CIA Star Gate Interactive Archives: a piece of remote viewing history
Teresa L. Frisch, RN, Reiki Master / Teacher 3.29.09
There are no words to describe the massive effort required by Tamra Temple to sort over 89,000 declassified CIA documents for the Star Gate Interactive Archive. I will create a scenario for you.
The military intelligence “psychic spy” program, Star Gate, was declassified and the Freedom of Information Act came knocking. Imagine a large room with 100 file cabinets lining the walls. Imagine ten file clerks assigned to 10 file cabinets. Imagine 5 clerks sitting at tables in the center of the room with time / date stamps and very large “outboxes.”
Now imagine all ten of the file cabinet clerks emptying over 89,000 of documents with numbers from the files from all the cabinets. Their job is to bring all the files to the stamp clerks in the center of the room, and all at the same time. Back and forth, repeatedly. The stamp clerks stamp each one with a date for release and assign them a second number. For a systems-type person looking to sort and produce an organized, finished product at the end of all this, this scenario isn’t mere organizational chaos. This is madness.
Still, Tamra has managed to bring a sense of order to the chaos. Sorted into like sequences and batches, she has left the Star Gate files open and “interactive.” The user can sort and rename the files as they peruse them and find their own special areas of interest. Looking at the bottom of the spreadsheet, the user will find that each actual, hands-on disc is a compilation of many discs, each containing several files with several pages.
History buffs, beware. Full of information about the research and development of the Star Gate program, remote viewing methodology, real around-the-world remote viewing sessions, and dialogue between viewers and monitors, these files make fascinating reading.
Thank you, Tamra, for preserving a piece of our history and providing a way for us to learn about it. From her Home Page:
“Star Gate was the most recent code name for United States Government’s formerly classified program on the powers of the human mind. Their research and operational intelligence applications included information and techniques described by the terms anomalous cognition, remote viewing, psychoenergetics, and psychotronics.
The Star Gate Interactive Archive is a collection of documents released by the United States Government under the Freedom of Information Act along with a user interactive index of the contents. The government released the 12,000 files, over 89,000 pages in no particular order and, without an easy method of knowing what was in each file, intelligent use of the contents was nearly impossible. NOW for the first time they have been compiled into an ordered, searchable, easy-to-use interactive archive for you to own and use. The archives contain many formerly Top Secret psychic spying documents from the: CIA, SRI, DIA, NSA and many others.” –Tamra Temple
If interested contact Tamra Temple at: http://www.stargate-interactive.com/
Revised: tlf 3.29.09