Throughout the decades, America’s infamous Central Intelligence Agency has created countless clandestine programs. Following the Cuban Missile Crisis, federal agents unveiled Operation Northwoods— a proposed series of violent terrorist attacks on U.S. cities that would be blamed on Fidel Castro. MKUltra was a series of human experiments in which test subjects were given large doses of mind-altering drugs and psychologically tortured. In the 1970s, troves of taxpayer money went into an ambiguous project known as Stargate. Government officials wanted to investigate the legitimacy of paranormal phenomena such as out-of-body experiences, telekinetic feats, and other supernatural abilities. What ultimately unfolded during one particular assignment would forever change the lives of those involved.
An Unexpected Cosmic Voyage
Remote viewing refers to the practice of seeing impressions of a distant subject or location within the mind. During the Cold War, a man named Joseph McMoneagle engaged in this unique form of psychic espionage. While working with the CIA, he provided intel on covert Soviet operations that proved to be astoundingly accurate. One such mission involved locating the exact size and position of a Russian nuclear submarine. Given his high success rate, he quickly gained the respect of colleagues. In May of 1984, the esteemed clairvoyant spy received an unusual mission after being awakened from a midday nap. Robert Monroe, a fellow remote viewer and inventor of binaural beats, handed him a sealed envelope. Inside was a single index card containing three lines of text: