SOME OF THE BEST CIA DOCUMENTS WE CAN FIND AS WE FIND THEM
CIA READING ROOM: THE GATEWAY INTERMEDIATE WORKBOOK TO CHANGE YOUR LIFE.. 55515, it is getting a lot of attention on TikTok.. you can read the full memo here..
Analysis of the Gateway process
The CIA made multiple attempts to test psychic abilities and remote viewing for espionage capabilities. Here is an experiment where they tried to have a psychic remote view Mars. She reports some interesting stuff.
MUNDANE OFFICE POLITICS AT THE CIA: SHORTAGE OF COCA-COLA BOTTLES IN 1954.. Even the CIA has mundane office squabbles about soda and other things..
Did CIA’s MKULTRA play role in Manson murders?
Part of CIA document talking about the emotional states that are created during the brainwashing process. (1956)
Newsweek 2018: More Than 4,000 New MKUltra Documents Requested From CIA After Crowdfunding Campaign
Christopher Garetano has spent the past decade researching the creepy urban legends surrounding Camp Hero in Montauk, New York – the inspiration for Stranger Things – and believes the truth may be even more terrifying than the storylines on the hit Netflix show
BRAINWASHED: ECHOES OF MK ULTRA
‘You’re not taking me out of here alive’: The surreal story behind the mysterious alien landmark near Joshua Tree
May 1984: Life on Mars! “I kind of got an oblique view of a, ah, pyramid or pyramid form. It’s very high, it’s kind of sitting in a large depressed area. I’m tracking severe, severe clouds, more like dust storm[s]. I’m looking at an after-effect of a major geologic problem. I just keep seeing very large people. They appear thin and tall, but they’re very large, wearing some kind of clothes.”
1969: A MAGICIAN WALKS INTO A LAB! This 1969 document, titled “Magician Walks Into a Laboratory,” describes a man in the then-Soviet state of Georgia who was allegedly able to heal people by touching them.
This is a study done comparing poltergeist activity in Brazil and the United States. The study concludes that in the U.S., the activity is considered psychic phenomena, where in Brazil, it’s considered sorcery. At no point does the study question the validity of poltergeist activity — whatever it is — being real.