It all began in 1972 – Stanford Research Institute (SRI), was initially funded by the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) as part of its efforts to explore unconventional intelligence-gathering techniques. The project’s primary objective was to determine if remote viewing could be used as a tool for gathering information about distant or hidden targets. The CIA provided initial funding for this project.
Harold Puthoff, along with Russell Targ, was instrumental in conducting the remote viewing experiments at SRI under the auspices of the Stargate Project. Their research aimed to provide scientific evidence for the existence and validity of remote viewing as an extraordinary human perceptual ability. The CIA’s involvement in the project reflects its interest in exploring unconventional methods that could potentially enhance intelligence operations.
Puthoff’s work at the Stanford Research Institute (SRI) shed new light on the nature of human consciousness and its ability to transcend the limits of time and space. The following video series are a must watch and go into great details concerning the remote viewing experiments conducted by Puthoff and his team at SRI.