Two physicists discover psychic abilities are real only to have their experiments at Stanford co-opted by the CIA and their research silenced by the demands of secrecy. Yet, as both these '... See full summary »


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Credited cast:
Skip Atwater Skip Atwater ... Self
Daryl Bem Daryl Bem ... Self
Bernard Carr Bernard Carr ... Self
Karil Daniels Karil Daniels ... Self
Uri Geller ... Self
Dale Graff Dale Graff ... Self
Christopher 'Kit' Green Christopher 'Kit' Green ... Self
Gerald Hiken Gerald Hiken ... Self
Earl Jones Earl Jones ... Self
Brian Josephson Brian Josephson ... Self
Ken Kress Ken Kress ... Self
Joe McMoneagle ... Self
Edgar D. Mitchell ... Self
Hal Puthoff Hal Puthoff ... Self
Harold Puthoff ... Self (as Hal Puthoff Ph.D.)


Two physicists discover psychic abilities are real only to have their experiments at Stanford co-opted by the CIA and their research silenced by the demands of secrecy. Yet, as both these 'remote viewers' and our audience learn, the 'more you hide something, the more it shines like a beacon in psychic space and this ancient truth can no longer be suppressed.' The true story of Russell Targ and America's cold war psychic spies, disclosed and declassified for the first time, with evidence presented by a Nobel Laureate, an Apollo Astronaut, and the military and scientific community that has been suppressed for nearly 30 years, now able to speak for the first time. Targ's understated mantra that "the evidence for extra sensory perception is overwhelming and shows a talent we all share and deserve to know about, leaves us not just with a greater understanding of this unique chapter in U.S. history, but perhaps most importantly a greater understanding of who we are and our larger connection...

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It's 2020 and people still believe this nonsense?
14 January 2021 | by connelly-shawnSee all my reviews

It's 2020 and we live in a society of unprecedented access to REAL knowledge, yet the world is still filled with willfully ignorant people who believe in fairytales.

There are no psychics, only well establish parlor tricks. Place any of these liars in a controlled environment and not one of them can prove their abilities beyond the expected results of random guessing. I know that 1/2 of the liars featured in this documentary have already been proven as frauds.

Why do people insist on believing this nonsense. If it were real: 1. Someone would have claimed the James Randi $1 million dollar paranormal challenge. 2. There would be no lost children because psychics would find them. 3. Lotteries would be pointless. 4. And someone would be able to tell me what number I just wrote down on a piece of paper in front of me.

This is getting tiresome.

For similar reasons, there are no real paranormal abilities, no ghosts, UFOs, time travel, no secret NWO government pulling the strings, no god (which one is real again?), no qanon, no secret cabal of wealthy people drinking the blood of virgins, chem trails are not real, there is no Clinton death count, etc.

For similar reasons, yes... humans did walk on the moon, the Earth is spherical NOT flat, climate change is primarily human caused, vaccines SAVE lives, there is no suppressed cure for cancer or diabetes, etc.

The difference? The later is evidence supported.

Show me irrefutable scientific evidence and I'll believe. Many of the subjects in this "documentary" refused to submit to scientific scrutiny *only* because they know they will be exposed as frauds. Extraordinary abilities requires extraordinary proof.

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