September 25, 2019 by Edward Morgan
(Prepare For Change) By Terry Gross: During the early period of the Cold War, the CIA became convinced that communists had discovered a drug or technique that would allow them to control human minds. In response, the CIA began its own secret program, called MK-ULTRA, to search for a mind control drug that could be weaponized against enemies. →
Read more via The CIA’s Secret Quest For Mind Control: Torture, LSD And A ‘Poisoner In Chief’ — Prepare For Change
(Era of Light) In 1954, a prison doctor in Kentucky isolated seven black inmates and fed them “double, triple and quadruple” doses of LSD for 77 days straight. No one knows what became of the victims. They may have died without knowing they were part of the CIA’s highly secretive program to develop ways to control minds—a program based out of a little-known Army base with a dark past, Fort Detrick. ➤➤
Read more via The Secret History of Fort Detrick, the CIA’s Base for Mind Control Experiments — Era of Light
Many people dismiss the astral world as little more than a mind-altering experience but a recently released CIA document suggests that the astral world in its entirety exists.
You can read the full document here: https://www.cia.gov/library/readingroom/docs/CIA-RDP96-00788R001700210016-5.pdf
For conventional science, the idea that we can get out of the body is not only far from being proven as it sounds absurd. After all, science does not believe in spirits. It does not accept the idea of an essence living within our body so it can not even imagine that it is possible to separate from the other.
According to the scientific model, we are our body: our essence, inseparable from us, is within our cells, especially in the brain. It is precisely in the brain the explanation of the scientists for this phenomenon and it is very prosaic, almost disappointing. There are those who believe, however, that the human being is able to detach himself from his body during sleep, to move through walls, to travel distances at unthinkable velocities, to interact with others who are in the same state or even with those already died.