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Posted April 6, 2005
Skip Atwater gives an excellent historical account of our nation's military secret 'remote viewing' project. Also, Skip lays out in deatil the protocol how to successfully 'remote view.'Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted August 29, 2001
A beautiful blend of mysticism and intrigue, and it's true!
This is the story of the man who initiated the US Army's psychic remote viewing counterintelligence initiative in the cold war era, which is now known as 'Star Gate.' Everything about this book is fascinating, from tales of his enlightened mother and early spiritually-aware upbringing, to the synchronicities that guided him into the position of training an elite cadre of remote viewers for the US Army to assess the Soviet's potential ability to use their research on remote viewing as an intelligence gathering method, to the work he now does as Research Director for The Monroe Institute, which was founded by out-of-body researcher Bob Monroe and which was one of the facilities he relied upon to assist him in the Star Gate training. Fascinating stuff. He even goes into the details about the different methods of remote viewing that were used. I couldn't put it down, and neither could my husband. We both loved it.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.