The European Space Agency (ESA) Captures Footage of What Appears To Be An Ancient Pyramid on Mars

Is it really an ancient pyramid? Who knows, but after reading the information below, the educated answer seems to be yes. What do you think?

What is the STARGATE project? Well, it was a joint effort by the CIA and NSA, along with SRI and a few other academic institutions around the world to study parapsychology (telepathy, ESP, remote viewing, etc). The program lasted more than two decades, and was funded by millions of dollars. You would think that a black budget special access program that ran for more than two decades had some success, and it did.earth science space science physics science earth science space science physics science

The STARGATE program was used in multiple missions for ‘national security’ and ‘intelligence collection’ purposes, and the United States wasn’t the only country interested in this type of phenomena. For example, here is a document going into detail about certain people (studies by the Department of Defence) with ‘paranormal’ abilities. Here is a cancelled TED talk by Russel Targ, a physicist and co-founder of the STARGATE program sharing everything he knows about ESP. earth science space science physics science earth science space science physics science

Here is another example from Russia, of a women who was in the hands of their military for a while.

Here is a great declassified US Air Force report on teleportation, which was made available through the Federation of American Scientists, which also mentions human beings who posses certain abilities.

A CIA document titled “Chronology of Recent Interest in Exceptional Functions of The Human Body in the People’s Republic of China” is another great example of their interest. In the document, it outlines the Chinese government’s interest in parapsychology (remote viewing, telepathy, psychokinesis, etc.) just as the ones above do.

In 1976, a presentation was given at the Institute of Electrical & Electronics Engineers (IEEE) on a paper published by the Institute on behalf of Hal Puthoff (now part of the To The Stars initiative who received and released the recent UFO Pentagon footage from the US government) and Russell Targ. earth science space science physics science earth science space science physics science

Both of them titled the paper “A Perceptual Channel For Information Transfer Over Kilometer Distances: Historical Perspectives and Recent Research.” Remote viewing, which was a large part of the program, had an 85 percent success rate, and it could be taught to other people as well. Remote viewing is the ability to describe a remote geographical location, in detail, from a distant location. It’s as if these people were trained and had the ability to project their consciousness into other areas in which they were not physically located, or at least, somehow, perceive those areas. earth science space science physics science earth science space science physics science

Remote viewing also seemed to show that ‘time’ as we know it isn’t what we think it is, as it was also used to peer into the past as well as into the future, with successful ‘hits.’

The dialogue below about Mars is an example of that.

Paul H. Smith, PhD, one of the participants in the Stargate project (now a retired U.S. army major), gives us details from his book, The Essential Guide To Remote Viewingearth science space science physics science earth science space science physics science

He also describes in his book how remote viewing, in multiple occasions, was successfully used to predict future events, and shares his own successful experience of successfully perceiving future events with great accuracy.

One of the participants in the program, Ingo Swann, was able to successfully describe and view a ring around Jupiter, which scientists had no idea even existed. This took place precisely before NASA’s Pioneer 10 spacecraft fly of the planet. You can read more about that .  (source)

“To summarize, over the years, the back-and-forth criticism of protocols, refinement of methods, and successful replication of this type of remote viewing in independent laboratories has yielded considerable scientific evidence for the reality of the [remote viewing] phenomenon. Adding to the strength of these results was the discovery that a growing number of individuals could be found to demonstrate high-quality remote viewing, often to their own surprise. . . . The development of this capability at SRI has evolved to the point where visiting CIA personnel with no previous exposure to such concepts have performed well under controlled laboratory conditions.” (source)

The point is, remote viewing, and other similar phenomena is real, and can no longer be debunked. It’s been validated a number of times. In 1999, statistics professor Jessica Utts at UC Irvine, published a paper showing that parapsychological experiments have produced much stronger results than those showing a daily dose of aspirin helping to prevent heart attacks. Utts also showed that these results are much stronger than the research behind various drugs like antiplatelets, for example. earth science space science physics science earth science space science physics science

Even as far back as 1985, a report prepared by the Army Research Institute disclosed that “the data reviewed in this report constitute genuine scientific anomalies for which no one has an adequate explanation for.”
Just because it can’t be explained does not mean it’s not real.
“The statistical results of the studies examined are far beyond what is expected by chance. Arguments that these results could be due to methodological flaws in the experiments are soundly refuted. Effects of similar magnitude to those found in government-sponsored research at SRI and SAIC have been replicated at a number of laboratories across the world. Such consistency cannot be readily explained by claims of flaws or fraud.” earth science space science physics science earth science space science physics science

So, What About Mars?

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It’s safe to assume that not all which was discovered was declassified. Personally, I believe that declassifying a controversial topic is possibly a tool used by the intelligence community to prolong secrecy. I could be wrong, but it seems that when something is declassified, like the STARGATE program, the general population automatically assumes that that’s all there is/was to it, and there is nothing new left to discover. I don’t believe that’s true, and it (declassifying information) might be away to stop public inquiry into controversial and secretive subjects.

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