In the 1990s, US journalist and UFO investigator George Knapp delved into Soviet Russia's covert remote viewing experiments. Remote viewing is a controversial practice that involves using extrasensory perception to obtain information about a distant target.
Knapp's investigation led him to meet with Lieutenant General Alexei Yurievich Savin, who was willing to disclose information about the Soviet remote viewing program. Savin told Knapp that the program had been in operation for over 20 years and had involved thousands of participants. He also claimed that remote viewing had been used to gather intelligence on a variety of targets, including military installations, political leaders, and even UFOs.
One of the most striking aspects of the Soviet remote viewing program was its use of training films. These films showed instances of remote viewers successfully identifying naval assets without visual help. In one film, a Russian sailor was able to correctly identify the type, size, and location of a submarine that was hidden from view.
Perhaps the most astonishing claim made by Savin was that remote viewing had been used to facilitate communication with extraterrestrial entities in deep space. He said that remote viewers had been able to "project consciousness into the cosmos," where they encountered entities for conversations, information exchange, or image sharing.
Knapp was skeptical of these claims at first, but he was eventually convinced by the evidence that Savin presented. He concluded that the Soviet remote viewing program was a real and significant phenomenon.
However, concrete evidence supporting Savin's claims about extraterrestrial communication remains elusive. To date, there have been no scientific studies that have definitively proven the existence of remote viewing, let alone its ability to communicate with extraterrestrials.
Despite the lack of scientific evidence, the Soviet remote-viewing program continues to fascinate and intrigue people around the world. It is a reminder that the human mind is capable of amazing things and that the boundaries of our understanding of reality are still being explored.
In the years since Knapp's investigation, there have been a number of other studies into remote viewing. Some of these studies have produced positive results, while others have been inconclusive.