Declassified Documents Reveal Information About Telekinetic Abilities & Psychic Warfare

Amid the Cold War era, combat tactics began evolving into more insidious techniques. Soviet leaders focused on cerebral battlefields accessed through psychic espionage and mind control. KGB agents sought super soldiers that could take down opponents without any physical contact. Rather than deploying tanks or armed troops, Russians unleashed microwave frequency weapons and clairvoyant spies. Although such feats sound like the work of science fiction, they were closely monitored by allied forces. One person of particular interest to the United States government was a woman who possessed unbelievable telekinesis abilities. Stranger still, her supernatural achievements are detailed in multiple federal reports.

Governments around the world have documented astonishing paranormal phenomena.

The Soviet Psychokinetic

Nina Kulagina was born in St Petersburg during the mid-1920s. At just 14 years old she was recruited to fight against the Nazis in World War II. While enlisted with the Red Army, she suffered a serious injury that abruptly ended her military career. Years passed and the veteran eventually got married and had children. Yet the introverted domestic engineer would soon experience a series of bizarre events which would change her life forever. It all unfolded when she was particularly angry and noticed certain objects surrounding her moved significantly. The frightened mother believed it was poltergeist-type activity. However, as the months progressed she noticed a direct connection with dramatic moods and items drastically repelling from her. Intrigued, Nina decided to dedicate herself to honing these emerging psychokinetic skills.

Developing telekinesis proved to be quite a challenge. Initial attempts to harness the emotionally-driven energy at will were unsuccessful. Undeterred, she continued practicing and eventually found herself capable of moving small matchsticks through intentional thought. As Kulagina grew more confident she successfully progressed onto heavier items. Simultaneously other psychic talents emerged. She knew what was inside the pockets of strangers and could ‘see’ colors while blindfolded with touch alone. The rigorous cognitive training gradually started taking a toll on her health. While being hospitalized for exhaustion, medical staff observed Nina’s inexplicable capabilities firsthand. Suddenly the reserved homemaker was wanted by state authorities.

Nina Kulagina demonstrated a number of unexplainable abilities.

Documented Paranormal Phenomena

Kulagina had caught the attention of parapsychologists and doctors throughout Russia. Many were skeptical regarding the claims of her supposed otherworldly accolades. Forty scientists— including two Nobel Prize laureates, studied the enigmatic housewife and conducted various regimented experiments. To the experts’ astonishment, she repeatedly passed numerous tests under controlled conditions with a staggering rate of proficiency. After verifying the validity of her telekinetic competence, physicians performed examinations. Results revealed that Nina’s heartbeat, brain waves, and electromagnetic field were measurably altered during psychokinesis. Each session was carefully monitored by researchers. Here are some of the intriguing paranormal accomplishments they recorded and filmed:

  • Physically moving objects & altering their rotation.
  • Cracking an egg then reassembling the shell fragments.
  • Imprinting images on undeveloped film.
  • Magnetizing or demagnetizing things.
  • Altering living cells and organic tissue.
  • Modifying essential physiological functions.
  • Affecting internal organs such as the heart.

Investigators forced Kulagina to work a strict regimen involving constant metaphysical assignments. Ultimately the strain of intense mental stress resulted in irreparable bodily harm. She lost weight, suffered from debilitating migraines, and succumbed to a heart attack. Family members suspected the fatal coronary episode was induced by her taxing psychic tasks. Some dismiss this case entirely and believe it was merely disinformation deliberately leaked by communist informants. However, the American government was genuinely concerned about her clairvoyance. Declassified documents from the US Army, CIADefense Intelligence Agency, and Office of the Surgeon General outline Nina’s transcendental abilities. Sometimes the truth really is stranger than fiction.

35 thoughts on “Declassified Documents Reveal Information About Telekinetic Abilities & Psychic Warfare

  1. Jason January 18, 2022 / 11:07 pm

    Ok so this is a bit out there but here me out. People who have taken DMT often report increases psychic abilities such as telepathy or psychokinesis. What if this substance opens doorways to untapped mental abilities because parts of the brain that are usually dormant are activated. DMT is a naturally occurring chemical. It’s released in our brains while we are sleeping/ dreaming. What if this woman just had higher levels of DMT in her brain and that’s what gave here these “powers”?

    • Ash Samba Cupric January 19, 2022 / 6:16 pm

      That is a very interesting theory, Jason! I have covered DMT experiences on this site so those articles may be of interest to you. Thanks for sharing your thoughts. =)

  2. Molly Davis January 19, 2022 / 10:59 am

    Kind of makes you wonder if they knew about this back in the 1970s what else do the elites know that they are keeping hidden from humanity?

  3. Brittany January 19, 2022 / 3:58 pm

    While I’m skeptical of anything the government releases, I do believe that some people do have genuine psychic abilities. The issue is there are so many frauds and people that do it for all the wrong reasons. Just look at all of these famous mediums who capitalize off of grieving family members and become millionaires. With Kulagina she was always very private about her telekinesis and only got thrown into the public eye after she was taken into observation. Another interesting thing to note is she actually won a defamation lawsuit against a newspaper that said she was lying.

    • Ash Samba Cupric January 19, 2022 / 6:18 pm

      I think a healthy dose of skepticism is a good thing. It’s always best to question everything, do your own research and gather facts. However it is equally important to keep an open mind. Thanks for sharing your thoughts!

  4. DJ January 19, 2022 / 8:09 pm

    I’ve never heard of this woman but she’s very interesting and I’m going to check out the declassified files included here. Can this site cover MK Ultra next?

  5. Billy Jean January 19, 2022 / 9:52 pm

    I saw a show years ago about declassified paranormal KGB files. Kulagina was brought up and they showed some footage of her doing telekinesis. The Russians were up to some crazy paranormal shit back in the day. You should do an article on the Moscow Signal!

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