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“Waking Up Dead” is a science-fiction/action-adventure/mystery thriller with a strong paranormal influence which takes the reader on a journey with a team of investigative journalists through the splintering and fraying fabric of space-time, and twisting through portals to parallel and alien worlds in order to expose a contorted and riveting conspiracy designed to keep one guessing every moment. This action-filled, graphic, and uncensored read will send a shiver up the spine, arouse the senses, and leave one questioning everything they believe.
Tuesday, April 28, 2015
Out of Body Spirit Communication
Out of Body Spirit Communication
By Jenna Alatari, Paranormal Research Scientist
April 28, 2015
Jennifer Alatari © 2015
Can our spirits travel and communicate outside of the body while we sleep? Research conducted in the field of hypnosis reveals that we are able to place the mind in a trance with the cooperation of a subject, and communicate with what psychologist have termed the subconscious mind; however, all studies view the mind and the various levels of consciousness as one connected unit, with the levels of consciousness being part of the brain, and do not consider the possibility that we have a spirit, that the spirit could be the level of consciousness that is able to communicate while the mind and body are in a state of hypnosis or sleep, or the possibility that our our spirit or subconscious can communicate outside of the body, and is not dependent upon the brain or body for communication during sleep or hypnosis. The paranormal research department of Magik Smoke, Inc. conducted an out of body spirit communication study which excited a very interesting theory.
The study involved a 42 year-old Hispanic female. She was found to be in good physical health and mentally sound upon observation, and not under the influence of any narcotic, drug, or sedative. The subject was coherent, cooperative, and provided her consent; furthermore, she was informed prior to the study that she would go to sleep as normal in her own bed without any monitors or transmitting devices, no changes were necessary with regard to her schedule or diet, and a team of researchers would set up and employ the use of an electronic voice recorder, a radio frequency receiver, a room temperature scanner, and an electromagnetic frequency meter (EMF) at a blind location four hours away from where she would be sleeping. She was further instructed that the team would attempt to talk to her spirit while she was sleeping. During the study, the four hour distance without transmitting devices to the subject prevented her from detecting any audible questions produced by the researchers. The session was conducted in a quiet environment without interruption at its unrevealed distant location. The study lasted approximately ten minutes, and consisted of simple questions which would authenticate the experiment (e.g., favorite color, birth place, etc.). After the study was completed, a voice sample was taken from the subject for further authentication purposes.
An analysis of the study followed. The data from the EMF was inconsequential, and there was not any noticeable fluctuation with room temperature. However, upon analysis of the audio, voices were captured, one of which revealed a voice match with the subject’s voice sample, and two other relevant male voices were documented as
being in context with the situation and phrase spoken by the subject. The first voice was male, and questioned, “Who sent her?” The second voice was a voice match with the female subject, which demanded, “Open the gate.” Another male voice followed her by saying, “Trust me,” or “Touch me.”
In conclusion, these findings strongly support the possibility that our spirit can communicate and travel outside of the body while we are sleeping over great distances. While this study is preliminary and limited to one subject, the resulting voice match with the subject supports the theory of spirit travel and communication while we sleep, and produces a foundation for further studies. These findings might also prove to be significant for the field of telepathy. Magik Smoke, Inc. is continuing and expanding research based upon said findings, which will be made available to the public.
Documenting Spirit Travel/Communication While We Sleep. YouTube, 2015. Film. https://youtu.be/4G0DK4kuvD8
Thursday, April 2, 2015
Jenna Alatari, Paranormal Researcher
April 2, 2015
Magik Smoke, Inc. © 2015
Most remember the 1994 French-American movie, Stargate, and its fictional doorway through time and space; however, few are aware of the secret government Stargate project which studied psychic and paranormal phenomenon long before the debut of that old blockbuster hit, and endeavored to create one of the most controversial intelligence programs yet. From 1972 to 1995, American military researched and operated a psychic spy program, involving remote viewing for military intelligence purposes. What seems like a conspiracy theory ripped from the Hollywood science fiction screen is a verifiable government spy program that raged a competition and suspicion between two powerful nations. Uncovering it could attribute credibility to the psychic phenomenon, shred its foundation, or increase the mystery.
The research and evidence was found to be so compelling that the military of the most powerful nations in the world employed it. An overview and comparison of studies of paranormal phenomena, such as extrasensory perception and telekinesis, which were conducted by the U.S. and U.S.S.R., reviewed and concluded findings of interest for potential future military applications at the inception or early stages of this program. The studies involved other subcategories; however the significance is isolated to distance remote viewing, where a target is placed long distances from the psychic remote viewer. The remote viewer’s ability to sketch drawings of a location and/or objects during these double blind studies heighted interest and support for the program. While the outcomes varied with reliability, some studies yielded accuracy of as much as 80%. Russel Targ, physicist and author, was cofounder of the Stanford Research Institute’s program during the 1970’s and 80’s, playing a significant role in the U.S. research.
When comparing the differences in the early Soviet and U.S. studies, they found that the Soviet screened their subjects, while the U.S. did not. Theory guided Soviet experiments, contrasting the U.S. which provided little attempt to link theory to study. While the Soviets already had interdisciplinary research involving natural scientists, the U.S. had very few natural scientists in the field at that time. The brief concluded that more than forty years of research conducted in the United States was inconclusive; furthermore, it determined the Soviets were more likely to control, explain, and apply findings than the U.S. The vigor and thrust of the Soviets, evidenced by hundreds of millions of dollars invested in their psychic spy program, and competition for superior spy intelligence may have been the fuel for the development of a United States program to study and create psychic spies.
The secretiveness of the Cold War time period is said to veil much of the program, even after being declassified; however, some interesting facts have surfaced, exciting interest in the program and the concept alike. It was the premise of the program that remote viewing could be learned. Soldiers and civilians participated in hundreds of studies. Remote viewers have come forward over the years, some hiding their identity, and revealed their insider perspective.
The implementation of psychic spies led to the discovery of a downed bomber in Africa. During the Cold War, the U.S. employed the top-secret psychic spies in their desperation to reach a downed Soviet recognizance plane, and retrieve secret intelligence. A remote viewer was able to locate the exact location of the downed plane, intriguing President Carter and justifying program funding. By the mid-1980’s, successful outcomes continued to lend support and credibility to the program, as the location of hostages in Iran were discovered, and hidden Soviet weapons’ facilities were identified. Despite these successes, program analysis continued to provide inconclusive evidence, and lacked support to continue funding. Following the dissolution and defunding of the program, Clinton declassified the Stargate program in 1995.
Psychic phenomenon teeters on a fence, with skeptics and supporters on each side. Regardless of which side we join, at least two powerful nations have invested hundreds of millions of dollars to research and employ the possibility. Whether remote viewing is reliable or whether it can be taught to the average civilian for spy purposes is undecided; however, it has been verified that a few psychics were able to accurately make significant discoveries with reliability using remote viewing, which the U.S. government reaped benefit from during times of war. For now, psychic phenomenon remains one of the unexplained divisions of the paranormal, but the Stargate program has been exposed. ____________________________________________________________________________Juncosa, M.L., and Van Dyke. P.T. "Paranormal Phenomena: Briefing on a Net Assessment Study." 1973. http://www.remoteviewed.com/files/paranormal_briefing.pdf
Psychic Spies with Super Powers Used during the Cold War. Youtube. Film. https://www.youtube.com/watch?t=339&v=67vx9dK3irI
The CIA Used Psychic Spies during the Cold War. Ulive. Film. http://www.ulive.com/video/the-cia-used-psychic-spies-during-the-cold-war
"The Military Use of Remote Viewing, Stargate and the CIA FOIA Documents." Accessed April 1, 2015. http://www.remoteviewed.com/remote_viewing_history_military.htm. .