LRM EXCLUSIVE Third Eye Spies Clip Reveals Use Of Psychic Spies In The CIA

I see you. Yes you, sitting there in your armless computer chair, sipping on Mountain Dew, and wondering where I placed the camera. Only there’s no camera. I am using remote viewing. Bow before my vast mental powers! Okay, I was just guessing, but I bet I got it right for at least one reader. I may not have Extra Sensory Perception, but the United States government once believed (and possibly still does) that people do. Don’t believe me? Well a new documentary aims to show you the truth!

Third Eye Spies dives deep into the realm of government conspiracies:

After an experiment in psychic abilities at Stanford Research Institute reveals a top secret NSA site, the two physicists behind it all are co-opted by the CIA and the amazing work of their psychic spies is silenced by the demands of “national security.” When America’s greatest psychic spy dies mysteriously and is accused of treason, it spurs program co-founder Russell Targ to fight to get this work declassified, even if it means going directly to his former enemies in the Soviet Union, to the CIA, and beyond to prove the reality of ESP.

LRM was given an EXCLUSIVE look at the documentary through the above clip. It discusses one of the subjects of the Stanford Research Institute’s experiments, Ingo Swann and his ability to perform remote viewings. Remote viewing is when someone is able to describe scenes, objects, and areas, in real time, that are located away from the subject. It is a very interesting clip as Ingo is able to clearly describe and sketch the Palo Alto City Hall despite not knowing that is where the others in the experiment were located. It seems as if he’s able to see through the eyes of others.

Now, I take everything with a healthy dose of skepticism. It’s possible Ingo was told the location the other men would be headed too, overheard their destination, or took a lucky guess. However, I am not one to deny the possibility of people with ESP. Every myth has some sort of truth at the center of it, right? We see science fiction become science fact daily, right? Also, insects are able to communicate long distance through chemicals and signals through the air, why not some sort of advanced version of that for humans? No matter what the truth behind human superpowers may be, the fact is our government, and other world governments, believed in it enough to spend your tax dollars on research and experiments. Personally, I just want the ability to teleport. I could go for a Double-Double right about now.

Third Eye Spies is produced by Russell Targ, who was one of the founders of Stanford’s ESP research program and one of those tapped by the government’s research into the same. It is Directed by Lance Mungia who is known for Six String Samurai and The Crow: Wicked Prayer. The film will be available to own on February 26th, and you can head over HERE and sign up to pre-order the film.

What do you think about the clip? “Do you believe in UFOs, astral projection, mental telepathy, ESP, clairvoyance, spirit photography, telekinetic movement, full trans-mediums, the Loch Ness monster and the theory of Atlantis?” Let us know in the comments below!

Third Eye Spies will be available to own on February 26, 2019!

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