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Manual unearthed in the CIA archives offers a how-to guide on remote viewing

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Eight page manual unearthed in the CIA archives offers a how-to guide on remote viewing

The government's decades-long psychic research program brought agents to Mars, predicted the rise of Trump, and (according to them) prevented as-yet unknown disasters.

Or at least, they tried.

From the late '70s to the mid '90s, the Army, Central Intelligence Agency, Defense Intelligence Agency, and others all looked into the applications of "remote viewing," psychically inducing agents to locate, identify, and describe specific remote targets and locations. Spam_A Spam_B <img class="size-full img-responsive wp-image-472950 aligncenter" src="https://admin62b4b.davidicke.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/rv.jpg"; alt="" width="808" height="138" />

For a program with such far-reaching geopolitical repercussions, it was clear that the process needed some form of standardization. The United States Army Materiel Systems Analysis Activity's "GRILL FLAME PROTOCOL, AMSAA APPLIED REMOTE VIEWING PROTOCOL," is an attempt to thoroughly test and detail the process of remote viewing to establish it as a part of their overall intelligence gathering efforts.

The eight page document includes the military objectives and applications of the program, key term definitions, and detailed remote viewing procedures. It essentially acts as an instruction manual for the process of remote viewing, taking into consideration variations, effectiveness, selection of participants, and ultimately, evaluation.

The document breaks the remote viewing process into four parts:

Target Selection
Remote Viewer Session Preliminaries
The Remote Viewing Session
Post-Session Analysis

To select a remote geographical target, a "target pool" of 50-100 geographical coordinates was randomly selected and presented to the remote viewer.

In the preliminary portion of the process, the viewer is informed of what will occur. Viewers were expected[to state "raw perceptions" and avoid specific interpretations of what they saw or heard during the session. That being said, AMSAA were sure to include this reminder in the protocol:

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