Wednesday, May 11, 2005

U.S. Government Used ‘Force’ Before Jedi Warriors

AUSTIN, Texas (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – Long before “the force” was tapped into by Jedi warriors in the Star Wars saga, U.S. military operations used a similar kind of force to read an enemy’s mind.

That’s according to retired military intelligence Major Paul H. Smith, who says the U.S. military began tapping into the power of The Force or “remote viewing” as early as 1972 – five years before the release of the first Star Wars.

Smith describes “remote viewing” as the ability to telepathically see objects that are miles away.

He claims the variation of ESP was taught to military officials and used to ferret out the locations and targets of Cold War adversaries.

The program continued in secret for more than 20 years before it was scrapped in 1995 because, as Smith puts it, “People didn’t believe it worked.”

Smith still thinks it does and goes into detail on remote viewing and how it was used by the government in his book, Reading the Enemy’s Mind: Inside Star Gate – America’s Psychic Espionage Program (Forge Books).

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