Remote Viewing & Project Center Lane

remote viewing

What is remote viewing? Remote Viewing involves moving one’s consciousness from one location to another. This often consists of seeking impressions of a distant target while our physical presence remains in our immediate surroundings. The purposeful use of our consciousness to see something that we cannot see with our physical eyes. Remote viewing is sometimes referred to as an astral projection or soul-travel.

A remote viewer is said to have the ability to give information about an object and/or person in a far-off location.

Vice recently published an interesting article entitled The US Army Funded Astral Projection and Hypnosis Research in the 80s,

I read about this idea in a CIA document about the US Army. Yes, the US Army. The institution that painstakingly crafts an image of commitment to pragmatic and logical objectives. When I was reading through the documents, I was certainly a bit surprised.

According to the declassified CIA documents that I read, the US Army was extremely interested in psychic experimentation. From the late 1970s into the 80s, it even paid for intelligence officers to go on week long excursions to an out-of-the-way institute specializing in out-of-body experiences and astral projection.

The documents were declassified as early as 2001, but they caught my eye when they appeared in a /r/conspiracy post earlier this month. The psychic experimentation program, which was called “Project Center Lane,” interviewed Army intelligence officers in order “to determine attitudes about the possible use of psychoenergetic phenomena in the intelligence field,” according to the declassified CIA document from 1984.

As a huge fan of The X-Files, I couldn’t resist reading as much as I could about Project Center Lane, which looks like it could have appeared on the show…

Project Center Lane