10 Paranormal Experiments the Government Kept Secret

10 Paranormal Experiments the Government Kept Secret

August 10, 2019 100 By William Hollis


(ominous music) – In the deepest darkest
regions of the research facilities governments
have been known to perform experiments with both
weaponry and technology. But sometimes those experiments extend to other worldly things. Things that are chilling. Things that are paranormal. (creepy sounds) Here are 10 paranormal experiments that governments kept secret. Number 10 is Nazi occultism. Government research into psychic powers may have been started by the Nazis. After the war, the
allies tried to discover all that they could about
Nazi research programs, in case there was new
technology to be found. This resulted in the
discovery of Ahnenerbe, which was Heimlich Himmler’s so called science organization. The research and experiments
carried out within its organization were horrific. And also included interest
in occult and psychic phenomena. As well as instructing agents
to gather up cult artifacts, it’s believed that the
Nazis experimented with telepathy and telekinesis. Though documentation of
these experiments is sparse, it’s rumored that both
the west and the Soviets started their own similar programs. It began with a psychic arms race, which some suggest continues
in secret laboratories to this day. Number nine is Soviet
biological communication. When the Soviet Union
and the United States both started their
investigations of the paranormal, they took two completely
different approaches. The United States
focused on the psychology of the paranormal while
the Soviets believed in the biological basis for psychic ability. One of those Soviet
experiments involved testing whether telepathic
communication could be used to communicate with remote regions. Specifically with submarines. The thought process behind this was that without using conventional
radio, such submarines would remain undetected. And it would also give
the Soviet Union a way to communicate with
its navy, even if radio infrastructure had been
destroyed through a cataclysmic war with the US. While it’s been proven that
this was a real experiment, the findings of the program
are currently unknown. Number eight are the Kulagina trials. Nine Kulagina was born in
1926, and was the subject of Soviet psychic
experimentation throughout the Cold War. Her psychic abilities were
allegedly so impressive that several experiments
attempted to measure her seemingly natural
talent for psychokinesis. The ability to move objects
with the power of her mind. This research produced a
number of black and white silent films which reportedly
shows Nina’s powers. The Soviet government
employed 40 scientists, including two Nobel
laureates to study Kulagina. And on March 10th of 1970,
scientists investigated whether Kulagina could
influence biology itself. It was discovered that she
could stop a frog’s heart from beating during the session. It was hoped that Nina’s powers
could be harnessed somehow. Allowing assassins to
kill with their minds. However, to this day,
nobody knows what happened to the files from that experiment. Or ultimately what happened to Nina. Number seven are the
Uri Geller experiments. The CIA ran a number of
experiments with Uri Geller, the self proclaimed psychic from Israel. The extent of these
experiments was revealed after the declassification of
CIA documents in 2017. The experiments took place
across eight days in 1973. And were designed to test
Geller’s clairvoyant abilities. While James Randy, among
others, claimed to have debunked Uri Geller as a
fake, those involved with the experiments believed
that Geller proved that he had psychic powers. One of the experiments
involved scientists picking a word at random from a dictionary. One of the words chosen was fuse, and in response in another room, Geller reportedly drew a firecracker. And most terrifyingly, he
has claimed that he has also been asked to
detonate a nuclear device through just the power of thought. Number six is project blue book. Project blue book is perhaps
the most famous study of unidentified flying
objects ever carried out. And it was performed by the United States air force themselves. Beginning in 1952, the
study lasted until 1970. And it has recently been revealed that the American government has
continued investigating unidentified flying objects
in the decades since. Project blue book collected
and analyzed thousands of alleged unidentified
flying objects sightings. Those involved with
there study were told to officially document that UFO’s constituted no threat to national security. However, some researchers
did admit that a small percentage remained unexplained. To this day, the findings
of exactly what UFOs exist out there remain classified. Number five is naval premonition research. $3.85 million was invested
in psychic research by the American navy as recently as 2014. The navy’s approach, unlike
many other government research programs into psychic ability, was not to try to understand
the science behind the phenomena, but
instead to employ it in a theater of war. The money was allocated after
a number of supposed events during war in Iraq, which
reportedly showcased the existence of psychic abilities. One such instance was a
staff sergeant who detected an explosive device
purely through intuition. The hope of this research
is that this type of psychic intuition can
be taught to personnel, so that military units
can maximize their ability to respond to dangerous
events moments before they actually happen. However, there are others
that believe that this sort of ability could
easily be used for more nefarious purposes. Number four is the
Philadelphia experiment. The Philadelphia experiment
is a highly controversial military case, which
allegedly took place in 1943. This experiment offered a
frightening glimpse into the weird world of parallel dimensions. The first mention of this
experiment was in two letters sent to Morris K. Jessup, an astronomer and UFO expert in 1955. Later, more anonymous
information was produced, stating that the US
navy had developed a new unified field theory of
physics, and been able to teleport an entire ship
across the country. This technology was deemed too dangerous when the ship was boarded
because it was found that the crew was horribly
mutated and fused with the metal of the ship itself. Number three is psychic survey. Secret documents show
that the UK government was involved in psychic
research in the aftermath of the 9/11 terrorist attacks. The government hoped that
it could use potential psychic insight to detect
terrorist cells before they had the opportunity to strike. This study was performed
under the guise of an academic survey. A questionnaire was sent out
to self proclaimed psychics, and the answers given
were used to identify those with exceptional
extra sensory talent. The next portion of
the experiment involved psychics trying to identify
a number of hidden images. The study concluded that
some of the psychics were actually able to
use some unknown means to see the images, even
when some distance away. What happened to this research,
and just how far it’s gone remains classified today. Number two is cosmonaut communication. CIA documents show that
throughout the 1950’s and beyond, the Soviet government was
interested in establishing a worldwide telecommunications
system for its cosmonauts using psychic ability. It’s been suggested that the
cosmonauts’ training at that time learned to be in
tune with each other, and share information over vast distances. In the Soviet press, it was reported that psychic training had
become and integral part of the space program. However, many of these
experiments and psychic policies which the Soviet union
employed remain classified. And thus, it’s truly difficult to evaluate the success of each experiment. Some believe that the
development of a psychic bond between cosmonauts or
astronauts could be used to keep them sane when
human beings are finally sent on long trips to
colonize other planets. And number one is project star gate. The star gate project
was established in 1978 by the defense intelligence agency in the United States. The primary goal of this
project was to use a psychic phenomenon
known as remote viewing. This allowed talented
individuals to spy on remote locations purely
through the power of thought. After the project was
publicly terminated in 1995, rumors persisted that it was far from being discontinued. And that remote viewing
research has become part of the American
military’s black ops budget. Debate rages about the success
of the star gate project to this day. Skeptics believe that the
project was a waste of money and a failure, where supporters
of this endeavor insist that the fact that the
government invested so much time in testing psychic
ability that proves once and for all that
human beings have untapped potential within them. So, those were ten
paranormal experiments that the government kept secret. And if you enjoyed this,
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