Carlos S. Alvarado, PhD, Visiting Scholar, Rhine Research Center

Dr. Edwin C. May

Dr. Edwin C. May

 

Physicist Edwin C. May has just published an article entitled “Star Gate: The U. S. Government’s Psychic Spying Program” (Journal of Parapsychology, 2014, 78, 5-18). Here is the abstract:

“From 1972 to 1995 various agencies of the U.S. government funded applications of and research into psi to the tune of over 20 million U.S. dollars. Although this sounds like a substantial amount of money to most of us, with regard to military and/or intelligence funding it is almost round-off error! This activity was not inspired by some academic curiosity that one might find at a university; rather, it was driven by necessity during the Cold War. Puthoff and Targ deserve unbounded respect for shepherding the project, especially in its early days. My view of STAR GATE extends from late 1975 through 1995, and I am the “keeper of the keys” of all the research and some of the spying. This means I have all the project records, including such things as raw data from a large number of experiments, final reports to a host of clients, administrative records as to who funded the project and for how much money, who was involved, and how and why the government’s in-house activity was established at Ft. Meade. This paper is a personal narrative of my first-hand account of much of that work.”

 

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