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CIA Document Confirms Reality Of Humans With ‘Special Abilities’ Able To Do ‘Impossible’ Things

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Cases of mind influencing matter have been reported throughout history and across many cultures, more specifically in regard to ‘supernormal’ abilities which include telepathy, psychokinesis, and other phenomena that lie within the realms of parapsychology. This is evident in ancient literature, from the Vedic texts and the yoga sutras, to Jesus, Moses, Milarepa,  Mohammed and more.

Modern day evidence is suggesting that these abilities are much more than folklore.

Fast forward to today and scientists have been exploring the mind/matter relationship for more than a century. We have established that consciousness, or factors associated with consciousness, do in fact have observable effects on what we call the physical, material world, albeit very small effects.

It’s important to note that these effects aren’t always seen by the observable eye, but they are known at the quantum level.

If you want to learn more about that, a great place to start is with Dean Radin, the Chief scientist at the Institute of Noetic Sciences.

 

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The most commonly used experiment to illustrate the connection between consciousness and our physical reality is the quantum double slit experiment, which shows that observation “not only disturbs what has to be measured, they produce it.”  

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One of Zhang’s accomplishments involved moving sealed objects in and out of sealed containers.


https://www.collective-evolution.com/2016/11/11/cia-document-confirms-reality-of-humans-with-special-abilities-able-to-do-impossible-things/

 

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papageorge1

I think by now the evidence for psychic function has determined that it exists beyond reasonable doubt.

After millions of anecdotal experiences suggesting psychic abilities,  the laboratory evidence is in too.

 

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“After a century of increasingly sophisticated investigations and more than a thousand controlled studies with combined odds against chance of 10 to the 104th power to 1, there is now strong evidence that psi phenomena exist. While this is an impressive statistic, all it means is that the outcomes of these experiments are definitely not due to coincidence. We’ve considered other common explanations like selective reporting and variations in experimental quality, and while those factors do moderate the overall results, there can be no little doubt that overall something interesting is going on. It seems increasingly likely that as physics continues to redefine our understanding of the fabric of reality, a theoretical outlook for a rational explanation for psi will eventually be established 

Dr, Dean Radin

https://books.google.co.uk/books?

Materialism runs strong still in modern culture but the rest of us need to move on to more interesting questions regarding these things.

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Materialism runs strong still in modern culture but the rest of us need to move on to more interesting questions regarding these things.

Very true. Time has come to move off the platform of 'is it real' and move unto towards 'it is, and what can we do?' Time has come to ask ourselves more thought provoking questions. 

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Manwon Lender
1 hour ago, macqdor said:

CIA Document Confirms Reality Of Humans With ‘Special Abilities’ Able To Do ‘Impossible’ Things

 

Thanks for posting this, however, after reading the document I am hardly convinced. First of all the document was approved for release in 2001. Why is it just being brought farword now? We have a member here who worked for the CIA, I will wait until he adds his thoughts on the document.

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Sir Smoke aLot
2 hours ago, macqdor said:

One of Zhang’s accomplishments involved moving sealed objects in and out of sealed containers.

Beam it out Zhang :)

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Imaginarynumber1
4 hours ago, macqdor said:

The most commonly used experiment to illustrate the connection between consciousness and our physical reality is the quantum double slit experiment, which shows that observation “not only disturbs what has to be measured, they produce it.”  

 

What a p*** poor understanding of what the double slit experiment implies.

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2 hours ago, Imaginarynumber1 said:

What a p*** poor understanding of what the double slit experiment implies.

Even after reading Xenofish's link...I don't have a clue.  But then again...I don't need a clue to understand that misunderstanding of all kinds are easily viewed for what they are through the lens of common sense.

A.  Observation with our eyes.

B. Observation with the eye of a camera.

C. No observation at all.

In all of the above scenarios...photons are not aware if they are being observed or not.  What is the difference between observation through our eyes or observation through a camera?  Rhetorical Question.

It seems to me that some are attempting to say that we create reality simply by viewing...which is quite ridiculous I think.  We view reality and our minds define it in a seemingly infinite variety of ways.  The reality is the same whether we view it or not.

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XenoFish

You can't create reality without a reference point, without a reference point you can't create reality. Basically without something objective a subjective experience can't be had. The only thing thought influences is ourselves. And perhaps the people we share our ideas with. 

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6 minutes ago, joc said:

Even after reading Xenofish's link...I don't have a clue.  But then again...I don't need a clue to understand that misunderstanding of all kinds are easily viewed for what they are through the lens of common sense.

A.  Observation with our eyes.

B. Observation with the eye of a camera.

C. No observation at all.

In all of the above scenarios...photons are not aware if they are being observed or not.  What is the difference between observation through our eyes or observation through a camera?  Rhetorical Question.

It seems to me that some are attempting to say that we create reality simply by viewing...which is quite ridiculous I think.  We view reality and our minds define it in a seemingly infinite variety of ways.  The reality is the same whether we view it or not.

'Proponents of Woo love to take scientific concepts that are poorly understood by the public, add a few buzz words, and declare it an explanation for their x men LARPing

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stereologist

The following is an example of quantum flapdoodle.

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The most commonly used experiment to illustrate the connection between consciousness and our physical reality is the quantum double slit experiment, which shows that observation “not only disturbs what has to be measured, they produce it.”

That statement is so ridiculous. It simply tells us that the source is either a fool or is using it to fool the extremely gullible. I assume the latter is probably the case.

 

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stereologist

Here is another outdated comment meant to fool the incredibly foolish and gullible.

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One of Zhang’s accomplishments involved moving sealed objects in and out of sealed containers.

Zhang was exposed as a fraud in 1995. That's right, a quarter of a century ago this fraud was exposed and he still gets used to fool the gullible.

https://zh.wikipedia.org/wiki/张宝胜

Translate it to English.

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Although Zhang Baosheng failed to perform special functions many times [1] , it was not until 1995 that He Wei tested Zhang Baosheng with the title of "Zhang Baosheng defeated Maichengji" in the " China Youth " magazine [3] [4] . Zhang Baosheng gradually disappeared. Later, he was arrested for fraud [3] .

He was tested by a group of skeptics where he failed because they used their own equipment and not the equipment he had used to create the hoaxes. He ended up being arrested for his fraud.

http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:https://baike.baidu.com/item/%E5%BC%A0%E5%AE%9D%E8%83%9C/80485&strip=1&vwsrc=0

Translated this page

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At 15:30, Zhang Baosheng finally shakes the tablets out of the medicine bottle. However, the glass tape wrapped around the bottle has been torn, and the anti-counterfeit nutrient ring has fallen off. This only shows that the cap has been opened!

The pill bottle had been rigged with anti-tamper features which were ALL broken when the fraud Zhang opened the bottle.

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The Beijing Aerospace Medical Engineering Institute conducted 50 experiments on the breakthrough of space barriers for the special function person Zhang Baosheng. All the tablets or glass test pieces packed into transparent glass bottles were marked with unique marks, and then the bottle mouth was sintered. As a result, Zhang Baosheng had successfully removed part of the sample from the bottle to the outside of the bottle 25 times without breaking the bottle. Shooting with a high-speed camera at 400 frames per second, you can take a continuous process of penetrating the wall of the tablet. This shows that Beijing Aerospace Medical Engineering Research is all suspected of harboring Zhang Baosheng!

In July 1984, the China Times published three special articles for three consecutive days, introducing a wave of criticisms of “pseudo-qigong” and “fake-specific functions” that emerged from the middle of the Chinese mainland. The most famous one was the Chinese Academy of Sciences. Academician He Wei led a critical article published in the first edition of the Beijing Daily on June 2, and the attack pointed to Zhang Baosheng, the most famous special function person in mainland China. The article points out that in 1988, Dr. He led several magicians to personally test Zhang Baosheng's ability to "pill the bottle" and "see through the envelopes". As a result, the experiment of wearing the bottle within two hours was unsuccessful; "perspective power" The experiment was on the spot and Zhang Baosheng cheated. Therefore, the article concludes that all the specific functions of Zhang Baosheng are false.

This article states that he was pointed out as a fraud as early as 1984 yet this fraud's name is still bandied about as if he was the real deal.

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stereologist

What is clear is that the article only deals with one fraud and that fraud was exposed a number of times even during the dates mentioned.

Here is the conclusion.

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These report, among many others, clearly proves that there are cases of individuals with ‘supernormal’ abilities and that the CIA is well aware of them and has further researched this subject.

These revelations prove that not only do these ‘super-humans’ exist, but mainstream science cannot further investigate parapsychology and refuses to fund the research and even shuns it. However, this subject is still heavily studied by the secretive military industrial complex.

Clearly, this conclusion is based on old outdated information. The conclusion is based on one fraud. How ridiculous is that?

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stereologist

So I decide to read to the end of this pathetic write up.

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There is a lot of evidence to suggest that these programs are not using billions of dollars, but trillions of dollars that are completely unaccounted for in the books. 

The evidence for US expenditures is a guy from Canada. Really? What a knucklehead. Let's see what the US spends a year.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States_federal_budget#/media/File:CBO_2018_Current_Law_Baseline.png

Take a look at that chart and then let's see when Hellyer made his idiotic comment. He did that in 2008.

So here is the budget for that year.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2008_United_States_federal_budget

Where is the trillion of extra spending? Let's say he meant over time. Let's say this was a 10 year spending.

Where is the extra 100 billion spent? No one notices that an extra $100B is spent every year? What a chuckle head comment by Hellyer.

Maybe it came out of the DOD budget. No one notices that over 20% of the cash is mysteriously missing? What a chuckle head comment by Hellyer.

 

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52 minutes ago, XenoFish said:

That article is sprinkled all over the internet isn't it?

One of the early quotes is:

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Major advances in science — revolutions, even — follow the collapse of outworn paradigms, whose overthrow is forced by the accumulation of empirical evidence that violates the paradigm.

It seems that Pruett's quote is not listed online. I was curious what he was referring to. He did do a lecture in which he talked about how science changes and mentions Newton, Galileo, and Copernicus. Apparently, he also believes that elementary particles composing atoms are involved in consciousness. 

He has a book out called Reason and Wonder in which it is stated that he predicts this:

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Highlights

  • Outlines a vision of human potential that reconciles science and spirituality
  • Moves beyond the evolution vs. creationism "debate" to affirm the complementarity of scientific and spiritual insights
  • Offers a cure to "disenchantment of the universe"—the root cause of much human dysfunction
  • Integrates wisdom from many traditions: aboriginal, scientific, religious, and mystical

https://www.abc-clio.com/ABC-CLIOCorporate/product.aspx?pc=A3698C

Apparently, he has no evidence just an idea he is putting forward.

Well they get this wrong in the main article:

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The first echoes of the need for a new paradigm that addresses the non-physical realty came from Einstein in the early 1930’s. In his research, he observed something so bizarre that he could barely believe what he was seeing. He called it “spooky action at a distance”, which later became two of the main concepts studied in the quantum information sciences, known as entanglement and non locality. 

Einstein was trying to show that QM had a serious flaw in the form of entanglement. It's not that "he could barely believe what he was seeing". There was no seeing this. It was a prediction of QM that he felt showed a fatal flaw. Entanglement was verified later, not at the time Einstein was trying to show that QM must be wrong or  incomplete due to this flaw.

So what should follow this simple mistaken> Quantum flapdoodle of course. Here it is.

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Though this phenomena is not fully understood, it is accepted in quantum mechanics. Maybe you have experienced a moment where you randomly thought of a loved one that you hadn’t thought about in a long time, then the phone rings and you pick it up to hear their voice? These sorts of “synchronicities” happen often for many people, yet may be hard to prove exactly why or how they happen. Quantum physics is at the very beginning of exploring this phenomena that is has usually been called coincidence…until now.

Next up in this grab bag article is Bill Tiller. He seems to have gone from material science into the land of woo. He has an arcane litany of things to do to keep healthy. Doesn't publish his stuff because it fails to meet the basics of scientific quality, something he should be aware of. He claims the existence of subtle energies beyond the 4 known forces. Apparently, he and only his fellow believers of qi and whatever can detect these things. The rest of us are too incompetent to detect these subtle energies. Oh yes, he resorts to quantum flapdoodle to portray some legitimacy to his fake science work.

Hold onto your sensibilities and resist the urge to fall to the dark side when you read this.

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A higher-dimensional-level substance, labeled deltrons, falling outside the constraints of relativity theory and able to move at velocities [faster than the speed of light and that acts as] a coupling agent between the electric monopole types of substances and the magnetic monopole types of substances to produce both electromagnetic (EM) and magnetoelectric (ME) types of mediator fields exhibiting a special type of ‘mirror principle’ relationship between them.

He accepts that science shows his BS to be worthless BS but he counters that the fault is with science and not that his complementary alternative medicine is a failure. Just because it does not work is not that it fails to help people but that science isn't able to see that it helps people. That has to be a way he gets the extremely foolish and gullible to fork over their cash for this worthless treatments.

Here is another daft comment from the article just reinforcing a dumb mistake about Einstein's work. Einstein was not baffled. He was attempting to show a flaw in QM. There were no observations of entanglement at the time. The observation made much later would show that another prediction of a valid scientific theory confirmed the theory.

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Just as Einstein was baffled and skeptical of his own observations of entanglement, we are all liable to have our preconceived notions challenged and overturned by this emerging field of non-material science.

Then the article asks people to join in on global experiments. AS we all know global meditation has not succeeded in previous efforts.

Here is an example:

https://www.nytimes.com/1993/08/01/nyregion/meditating-to-try-to-lower-crime-rate.html

And this one is worth a laugh or two. The guy wins an Ig Nobel.

https://www.theguardian.com/education/2012/oct/08/meditation-crime-prevention-research

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At a press conference the following year, just weeks before the presidential election, candidate Hagelin announced the results of the experiment: it was a success. While the meditators were meditating and levitating, Washington's crime rate dropped by 18%.

This was a fact. The crime rate did drop by 18%. However, the rate that dropped by 18% was not the number of crimes actually committed – in fact, during the experiment, Washington's weekly murder count hit the highest level ever recorded. The 18% drop was from Hagelin's computer prediction of what would have happened had his meditators not been meditating and levitating.

For his influence on criminals, John Hagelin was awarded the 1994 Ig Nobel Peace Prize.

 

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XenoFish

Let's face it. If thought literally shaped reality, we'd all have a good life. Never hungry, tired, sick, always entertained. Life would be just a fantasy world. 

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So someone got suckered by this Zhang dude, who was debunked LONG ago?  The web is plastered with stuff about this, like:

https://www.scmp.com/article/370619/pla-pursued-16-year-psychic-spy-operation

 

So who on earth would be that slack that they didn't even research this at all, before bringing it here?

 

 

Oh.  Of course.

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16 hours ago, macqdor said:

CIA Document Confirms Reality Of Humans With ‘Special Abilities’ Able To Do ‘Impossible’ Things

 

I still remember President Bush (the 2nd one) admitting in a press conference that the CIA had been investigating paranormal abilities, that an effect was demonstrated, but wasn't off much use for military purposes. Its the sceptics who filter out things like this then claim there is no evidence.

Sigils work and so does an inverted law of attraction.

For me doing the receiving to give pleasure thing in Kabballah normally doesnt produce an effect. But really bizarrely, if I am doing it off articles I am reading on a Kabballah website it does. Its like the very affect of reading then doing seems to charge it.

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32 minutes ago, RabidMongoose said:

I still remember President Bush (the 2nd one) admitting in a press conference that the CIA had been investigating paranormal abilities, that an effect was demonstrated, but wasn't off much use for military purposes. Its the sceptics who filter out things like this then claim there is no evidence.

Sigils work and so does an inverted law of attraction.

For me doing the receiving to give pleasure thing in Kabballah normally doesnt produce an effect. But really bizarrely, if I am doing it off articles I am reading on a Kabballah website it does. Its like the very affect of reading then doing seems to charge it.

If you think that is evidence then please provide the evidence. Suggesting you have a vague memory of someone who was not the primary investigator suggesting they heard that something happened is hardly evidence. Oh that's right. You are telling an anecdote.

I suppose this is like your fairy tale about speakers playing sound before the CD has been read.  And all of those other things you pretended.

Why not provide the evidence of something working and back it up with facts?

It's the believers that fake evidence and the skeptics that ask people to back up their claims. 

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XenoFish

Sigils work because they reprogram your subconscious, thus changing your focus. Which is basically engineering confirmation bias and self fulfilling prophecy/intentions. 

 

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Its the skeptics who filter out things like this then claim there is no evidence.

skeptics filtering and cherry picking the truth?    See what they want to see to support their argument.   Wouldn't be the first/ nor the last time that's happened.

 

 

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I think that is the biggest problem with law of attraction, intention-manifestation, and magick practitioners, they think all their techniques change something externally. When in reality it changes their internal programs. This inner change is why sigil magick is the most successful system out there. Change yourself and you'll change the world around you.

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Just now, macqdor said:

skeptics filtering and cherry picking the truth?    See what they want to see to support their argument.   Wouldn't be the first/ nor the last time that's happened.

 

 

Truth can be proven. But stories sell better.

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The CIA  document states NOTHING!!!!
The CIA document reveals NOTHING!!!
 

The document link is here https://www.cia.gov/library/readingroom/docs/CIA-RDP96-00792R000400300011-9.pdf

Even its title reveals that is a merely chronology of organized events, or statements given by someone, not a single independent  "demonstration" is referenced, its all this group said this in this date, this guy said that in that date, this group got together in this date and so on.

 

"CHRONOLOGY OF RECENT INTEREST IN EXCEPTIONAL FUNCTIONS OF THE HUMAN BODY IN THE PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF CHINA"

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