India successful in using remote viewing techniques and
satellite technologies for counterintelligence and strategic intelligence
Sudhir Chadda, Special Correspondent
December 13, 2004 http://www.indiadaily.com/editorial/12-13-04.asp
RAW India's equivalent of CIA has advanced quite a bit in recent days. Sources close to New Delhi report that RAW is using advanced satellite technologies and remote viewing techniques to look into foreign intelligence activities within India. Remote viewing is the paranormal activities with psychics that can sense into the future and unknown. CIA in America has used remote viewing for many years. Many times remote viewing has worked very well for the CIA and the Russian intelligence.
Recent days India has seen a massive amount Pakistan's ISI agents arrested
all over the country. The situation has gone so bad for Pakistan and Al-Queda
that they are looking for reasons what is really happening. Taking clue from
CIA, RAW Indian counterpart started remote viewing techniques many years back.
They also tried to correlate the remote viewing readings with high tech
feedbacks like satellite sensing and imaging. This is being further validated
with the agents' report in the field. The net results for RAW and CBI (Central
Bureau of Intelligence - equivalent of FBI) are astounding.
Sources say India has locked in close surveillance over most of foreign agencies within the country. RAW has recently expanded the efforts for strategic intelligence. This include spying over Pakistan, China and the Western nations.
The reason for the success is attributable to traditional Indian cultural richness in spirituality and paranormal activities.
The remote viewing activities are nothing new for India. Indians
traditionally have been doing it for thousands of years. But now India is doing
it for a reason.
Satellite technologies are also helping understand movement of Pakistan's ISI supported militants in South Asia. Sources close to RAW say Pakistan's ISI is more active in Bangladesh and North East India than Kashmir these days. In the field, the agents are confirming these information.
According to some remote viewers, Bangladesh has recently seen enormous amount of violence related to election. Pakistan's main goal is not Kashmir at this time. It is to hijack Bangladesh again and start a covert front on the east of India.
Remote viewing if applied in a wrong way can cause catastrophe and total embarrassment. An ideal example would be the WMD information in Iraq. Seventy-three thousand pages of secret documents have recently been declassified in the United States. The information unveiled the activity of two special groups that worked with extrasensory individuals. The CIA had to acknowledge that it used remote viewers and other individuals possessing paranormal abilities for intelligence purposes.
According to Pravda.Ru CIA's remote viewers initiated quest for WMD in Iraq. Obviously they were wrong at least based on what we know today.
CIA's remote viewing activities has been not all that failure.
"Psychic spy" Joseph McMoneagle also known as "remote viewing agent #001" was shown a spot on the map of the USSR, where the mysterious secret object was supposedly located, as CIA agents thought. McMoneagle put his finger on the map and described the image that he saw in his mind:
"It is a congregation of low stone and concrete buildings. A huge underground warehouse filled with lethal weapons, not only missiles. There are other square and round items there. I see a very high column of smoke, bearing some semblance to a huge lifting crane, rising above the area (it was most likely the smoke of a nuclear blast). The people inhabiting that place are sick. Their hair is receding, their bones are putrefying. They deliver sick children, and they are still obsessed with some idea."
It was quite an eloquent description for secret agents to understand, what
kind of an object was located in Semipalatinsk (which is now a town in the
republic of Kazakhstan). Then CIA Director Richard Helms moved the paranormal
espionage from the category "Research" to the category "Practice." Joseph
McMoneagle's success as a remote viewer increased the funding of such unusual
activities, not to mention the improved moral aspect. The US authorities spent
about $2 million a year on a rather small group of 20 extrasensory individuals
in the 1990s.
Other achievements of American psychic agents include: factories making weapons of mass destruction in third world countries, including Iraq (it is not ruled out that the information about WMD in Iraq sprang from remote viewers.) Extrasensory intelligence officers also developed certain recommendations to recruit CIA agents and rendered some other services too.
India's achievement in remote viewing and use of advanced technologies is remarkable in recent days. According to some international experts what really worked for India is not just remote viewing but the availability of the field agents who could confirm the clues from the remote viewers.