admit to interest in "Remote Viewing".
Ministry of Defence has released a previously classified Report
which shows that it financed Extra-sensory
experiments in 2002. The heavily censored Remote Viewing
made available in response to an application under the Freedom
of Information Act.
F.O.I Remote Viewing
Disclosure Date: 23
The report states that a study
was undertaken by the UK's MOD in 2001-2002 to investigate
theories about capabilities to gather information remotely
about what people may be seeing and to determine the potential
value, if any, of such theories to Defence.
The Ministry of Defence has released the findings of this
study in response to a Freedom of Information request and we
are pleased to now make it available to a wider audience via the
MOD Freedom of Information Disclosure Log. Where indicated information
has been withheld in accordance with Section 26 (Defence), Section
27 (International Relations), Section 40 (Personal Information),
Section 41 (Information Provided In Confidence) and Section 43
(Commercial Interests) of the Freedom of Information Act 2000.
Research By: Clive Denton