Reading the Enemy’s Mind

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One of the remote viewers in “Project Star Gate” was a man by the name of Paul H. Smith. During the same years that Paul was remote viewing for the military, he met and married Daryl Gibson, who happened to be the managing editor for the pultizer prize winning newspaper columnist, Jack Anderson. Jack got wind of the military’s use of psychics (not from Daryl Gibson) and wrote some very unflattering articles about it, never knowing that he had a source right under his nose that knew more about it than he was ever able to dig up. Paul has since written a book about remote viewing and the Star Gate program called “Reading the Enemy’s Mind” which I’ve read and can highly recommend. Having learned things he didn’t know at the time, Jack Anderson changed his mind about the “value” of remote viewing and even wrote the forward to Pauls book.

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