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Hosted by Richard C. Hoagland, Exposing Suppressed Science, Cutting Edge of Science and Thought

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Show Page: Alternate Listening: Tonight, we consider the vast (and still highly disturbing, to many) phenomenon of-- REMOTE VIEWING. Or, as my Special Guest, Russell Targ -- co-founder of the famed California Stanford Research Institute's once clandestine CIA "Remote Viewing Program" -- describes it-- "[Remote Viewing is the investigation] into the human mind's capacity for expanded awareness ... in which people are able to envision distant places and future events and activities. "For two decades, SRI's research was supported by the CIA and other [intel] government agencies. I was co-founder of this once secret program, which began in 1972. Our task was to learn to understand psychic abilities, and to use these abilities to gather information about the Soviet Union during [the height of] the Cold War. We have found from years of experience that [almost any kind of] people can quickly learn to do remote viewing, and can frequently incorporate this direct knowing of the world -- both present and future -- into their [own] lives. "For a phenomenon thought in many circles not to exist, we certainly know a great deal [now] about how to increase and decrease ESPs accuracy and reliability ... Blueprint accuracy has occasionally been achieved in these double-blind experiments, and reliability in a series can be as high as 80 percent .... " Join us tonight ... as we follow the startlingly, pioneering efforts decades ago to create "a band of Ghost Warriors" to literally outwit the continuing enemies of the people of United States .... Richard C. Haogland Copyright 2023

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Show Page: Alternative Listening: According to a recent write-up in "Strangemag.com": "The Mitchell-Hedges Crystal Skull is a life-size artifact made of quartz crystal. It is certainly one of history's most unusual and... more

Show Page: Alternative Listening: According to a recent write-up in "Strangemag.com": "The Mitchell-Hedges Crystal Skull is a life-size artifact made of quartz crystal. It is certainly one of history's most unusual and... more

Show Page: Alternative Listening: Tonight, Artemis-I is (finally ...) on its way to the Moon! The Mission is now well into its planned, uncrewed 26-day test flight to Earth's only natural satellite in ~50 years -- being carried out via a human-rated... more

Show Page: Alternative Listening: From time immemorial, humans have been sending messages to "those who would come after ...." We call the most elaborate "time-capsules." From strikingly haunting "desert graffiti" etched on ancient... more

Show Page: Alternative Listening: This morning, for the first time in a hundred years, after fifteen successive ballots ... and four days ... newly-elected Members of the US House of Representatives finally agreed upon their "Speaker" for... more

Show Page: Alternative Listening: This morning, for the first time in a hundred years, after fifteen successive ballots ... and four days ... newly-elected Members of the US House of Representatives finally agreed upon their "Speaker" for... more

Show Page: Alternative Listening: Happy New Year! A very famous TV Psychic used to solemnly intone at the beginning of his often repeated late night act on "The Tonight Show"-- "We are all interested in the Future -- for that is where you... more

Show Page: Alternative Listening: In the early 1930's, at the height of the world-wide Great Economic Depression, American President Herbert Hoover turned to his Chief Economic Analyst at the Department of Commerce, Edward... more

Show Page: Alternative Listening: What does NASA's first new human lunar mission in 50 years, since the end of the Apollo Program -- an unmanned test named "Artemis" (after the twin sister of "Apollo"...) -- and the fourth man to... more

Show Page: Alternative Listening: Tonight, is the 59th year since "another Christmas Eve," in 1963 -- the first Christmas we all struggled to somehow celebrate ... less than one month after John Fitzgerald Kennedy was killed. Why... more

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