In the 1970’s the U.S government in conjunction with Stanford Research Institute (SRI) in Palo Alto began research in the human perception phenomenon known as “remote viewing”: the ability to perceive and describe distant people, places, and events. People such as Russell Targ, Hal Putoff, Ingo Swann and others demonstrated that this human ability had a scientific basis.
Initial tests showed that some people were naturally good at this activity. More importantly, these researchers found that even ordinary people could be taught these skills, by training and enhancing their innate intuitive abilities. These findings were reinforced by twenty years of research by the Princeton Engineering Anomalies Research Lab under the direction of engineering school dean, Robert. G. Jahn.
Some of SRI’s best viewers, including Ingo Swann and Pat Price, had extensive contact with what they identified to be extraterrestrial entities and targets. Swann, in particular, wrote of being hired by a U.S, government agency to view extraterrestrial activity on the Moon. His experiences in this regard have been corroborated by SRI’s lead remote viewing researcher Dr. Hal Putoff.
The Institute for Resonance, a non-profit founded in 2002, has extended this learning process to children and adults of all ages so they can take advantage of their natural insight and other intuitive skills. Participants report experiencing vast improvements in their subtle perception and feelings of having made substantial mental breakthroughs within their minds and perception.