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Stranger Than Fiction: Declassified CIA Documents Suggest “Super-Powered X-Men Among Us”

Christina Sarich
December 6th, 2016
The Waking Times
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This article was written by Christina Sarich and originally published at The Waking Times.

Editor’s Comment: While it may seem unbelievable, the CIA and other government agencies took a careful look at the strange world of superhuman abilities, sixth senses and ESP capabilities. Surprisingly, the found that at significant portion of the population have the power to do extraordinary things that nobody thought was possible.

The feel good cliche – but still true – is that we ALL have extraordinary, superhuman abilities to do things we never thought possible. Science, though it has tried to shy away from the weird, is constantly confirming that the human mind is capable of extremely powerful things. And no one should be underestimated, because all things are possible.

Just think how much human potential is wasted on the daily grind, and our habit of dumbing down to the middle just to fit it… At the end of the day, there is no spoon. Try to wrap your head around that.

Declassified Document Suggests Many of Us May Have Superhuman Powers

by Christina Sarich

A recently declassified document that was unearthed through the Freedom of Information Act, suggests that the Chinese government has conducted massive-scale studies on superhuman powers like telepathy, psychokinesis, approbation, aerokinesis, clairsentience, clairaudience, and more. The US Central Intelligence Agency was appraised of these studies, and could have conducted similar investigations, all while keeping the results hidden from the general public.

The document titled, “Chronology of Recent Interest in Exceptional Functions of The Human Body in the People’s Republic of China” can be found on the CIA’s website, and details studies which the Chinese government and other agencies funded to test thousands of children to see if they had superhuman abilities.

The government was so interested in the possibility of these superhuman individuals, that hundreds of testing centers were set up across China. Though they do not reveal the results, except for the mention of one individual, a Qi Gong grandmaster, Zhang Baosheng, who was able to ‘smell’ the contents of messages written on folded slips of paper, and once relocated physical objects from inside sealed containers to another location. Baosheng was named by high-ranking communist leaders as a “healer with extraordinary powers” in the 1980s. Baosheng was later arrested for fraud in 1995. It is said that he and others of the Qi Gong movement took a ‘shortcut to scientific exploration’ and utilized weird science and superstition to promote their abilities.

This isn’t to say that Baosheng and others don’t have superhuman skills. There are numerous studies that are publicaly available, confirming this. Princeton scientists have found that telekinesis, or psychokinesis is very real.

In the famous children’s tale, Alice in Wonderland, the White Queen tells Alice that, “memory works both ways.” The superhuman power of clairaudience (along with many other ‘clairs’) have also been scientifically documented.

Dr. Bem, a social psychologist at Cornell University, has conducted a series of experiments that are published in one of the most prestigious psychology journals (Journal of Personality and Social Psychology). Across nine experiments, Bem examined the idea that our brain has the ability to not only reflect on past experiences, but also anticipate future experiences. This ability for the brain to “see into the future” is often referred to as psi phenomena. He used well established, standard scientific methods to study this phenomenon and found that we are all equipped with the ability to see into the future. It seems some of us have just developed this ability, either with practice, or through the gift of birth, to a more advanced degree.

Nikola Tesla once said, “the day science begins to study non-physical phenomena, it will make more progress in one decade than in all the previous centuries of its existence. To understand the true nature of the universe, one must think it terms of energy, frequency and vibration.”

If this is indeed true, then hundreds of thousands of children (and adults) could easily manipulate matter with the frequency of their thoughts.

The US government has similarly conducted parapsychology studies. The Stargate Project was the code name for a secret U.S. Army unit established in 1978 at Fort Meade, Maryland, by the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) and SRI International (a California contractor) to investigate the potential for psychic phenomena in military and domestic intelligence applications. The project was loosely reference in the film The Men Who Stare at Goats.

The fact that China’s government was involved in the study of parapsychology and that the CIA deemed it too dangerous to reveal to the public (while the US government was conducting its own studies)  is telling. Are these skills being used against us? And are we being dumbed-down by frequency so that we cannot realize our innate gifts to heal, read thoughts, move objects with our minds, and a myriad of other superhuman feats? Knowing what is possible is a good step in the right direction. Our evolution as conscious creatures has only just begun.

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This article was written by Christina Sarich and originally published at The Waking Times.

Christina Sarich is a freelance writer, musician, yogi, and humanitarian. Her insights appear in magazines as diverse as Weston A. Price, Nexus, Atlantis Rising, and the Cuyamungue Institute, among others. She was recently a featured author in the Journal, “Wise Traditions in Food, Farming, and Healing Arts,” and her commentary on healing, ascension, and human potential inform a large body of the alternative news lexicon. She is also a staff writer for Waking Times.

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  1. Anonymous says:

    Well, of course! It IS true. However, the extremely corrupt CIA will never be able to access this ability because it comes from God. (Remember Jesus? “Even greater miracles than these ye can do”). What, know ye not that ye are gods– children of the Most High?

    • Jacknife says:

      I’m betting that Jeremiah Johnson is a super powered X-Man. There wasn’t enough room in the space or he would’ve included it on his list of special skills. I bet he even has a secret decoder ring.

    • durangokidd says:

      “Exceptional Functions of The Human Body …”

      Wrong.

      These exceptional functions are the attributes of the SPIRITUAL BODY manifesting THROUGH the physical body. All of us have these same attributes of soul. In some they are more developed than in others, but all can develop an awareness of these soul attributes. Add to yourself the FRUIT of the SPIRIT and the GIFTS or the SPIRIT will follow as a NATURAL CONSEQUENCE.

      Where the mind, and the heart, and the life are ONE, miracles occur. 🙂

    • AgDr says:

      I believe the verse you are referring to is Gospel of John 14:12 “Most assuredly, I say to you, he who believes in Me, the works that I do he will do also; and greater works than these he will do, because I go to My Father.” John 1:11-13 “He came to His own, and His own did not receive Him. 12But to all who did receive Him, to those who believed in His name, He gave the right to become children of God — 13children born not of blood, nor of the will of the flesh, nor of the will of man, but born of God.…” Hosea 1:10 “Yet the number of the sons of Israel Will be like the sand of the sea, Which cannot be measured or numbered; And in the place Where it is said to them, “You are not My people,” It will be said to them, “You are the sons of the living God.”
      It is a fun and very encouraging study if you prefer to continue.

  2. GrandpaSpeaks says:

    PSI the phenomenal prepper. “Bem examined the idea that our brain has the ability to not only reflect on past experiences, but also anticipate future experiences”. You can always tell a psychologist, you just can’t tell them much. Keep stacking like your life depends on it. We can use telekinesis now. “Think it up there Grandma, I can’t reach”.

  3. hammerhead says:

    Did George Noory write this piece ?
    Its like SHTF meets coast to coast am radio , lol.

    Seriously though , its thought provoking to think we are so dumbed down that our potential cannot be reached , but im not buying in just yet….

  4. Sgt. Dale says:

    Like my family from Missouri would say “SHOW ME”! Until then I’ll say entertaining.
    Sgt.

    • TEST says:

      True, Sgt…. but the march of science means sooner or later will will be confronted by stuff like this, if not exactly this.

      The problem is, as philosopher Francis Schaeffer noted, prior to today’s post-Christian culture, we had what we COULD do, as well as what we SHOULD do. Today, we only have the former.

      “Best” case we’ll “only” have more evil Japanese Unit 731s, Joseph Mengeles, etc. In fact we already do. Think Dr. Kermit Gosnell as one example. Worse case? Much, much worse…..

    • durangokidd says:

      Anyone with a sincere heart can discover these attributes of the soul within themselves through prayer and meditation.

      It does take time and phenomenal courage to pursue the unknown within, as it is not a medium for the faint of heart.

      The realms accessible through the human spirit ARE populated ….. for well and ill. Your motivation is the key that unlocks the door. 🙂

  5. NorseMan says:

    Here is the key – Remember that reports by the CIA of extra sensory thought projection shows great promise in attracting more money for the CIA to study extra sensory thought projection!

  6. TEST says:

    As Soren Kierkegaard noted, “In the end, all corruption will come from the natural sciences’

    One philosopher that deals with this is at http://www.the-philosopher.co.uk/end-of-science.htm. But it is apparent that imperfect man, with supra-natural skils, is an incredible threat to a lot of things.

    This is why Churchill wrote about the Nazis of his day (similar to today’s National Socialists uber alles) “…But if we fail, then the whole world, including the United States, including all that we have known and cared for, will sink into the abyss of a new Dark Age made more sinister, and perhaps more protracted, by the lights of perverted science. Let us therefore brace ourselves to our duties,…”

    CS Lewis – called by some the smartest man at Cambridge in the mid 20th C. – wrote about this same issue in That Hideous Strength. A good read if you have the time.

  7. Barn Cat says:

    That’s all nonsense. No, not all things are possible. It’s like the stupidity that says we only use a small portion of our brains. Really? Then why aren’t there people who can do a thousand times what the average person can do?

    • Burt Gummer says:

      But there are… People who can do things a thousand time better that is. They just can’t show it. They get punished if they do.

      Make too much money, pay more taxes. Make too many (fill in the blank) during your shift, catch hell or worse from your “teammates”. Invent something revolutionary, get suppressed or worse. Perform too well at your job or show any initiative at all, your manager finds a way to get you in trouble…

      It is enforced equality that has dumbed down the population by limiting growth and encouraging “normal/average” behavior or lifestyles.

      The greatest enemy to personal growth or improvement is fellow man. “Can’t be having Burt acting all better than us, he needs to be put back in his place. Let’s teach him a lesson he won’t forget!”

      Keep stacking, and watch out for parasites…

      • Archivist says:

        I was punished in school by having to sit in a room full of, what seemed to me, dummies.

        In second grade, the teacher would hand out sheets of arithmetic problems. I would go down the page and fill in all the answers in just a few seconds and then sit and stare, while the rest of the students labored for 30 to 45 minutes.

        Nobody liked it because I always got perfect scores on math and spelling.

        I finally got tired of micromanagement at work and went Galt about 12 years ago.

    • Archivist says:

      I can remember anything I wish to, including phone numbers, dates, addresses, music information and trivia, history, local history, and much more. The first phone number I learned was ME7-6131, back in 1959, for Coastal Cab. Google will tell you what town that was.

      People who know me can’t believe how much I remember. They think it’s a super power of some kind. On the other hand, I can’t believe other people can’t seem to remember crap.

      I am also very good at solving puzzles. I can do the average newspaper crossword in 6 or 7 minutes, even when the instructions say that it should take an average of 20 or 25 minutes. I can do the cryptoquips in about 4 minutes. As an added bonus, I do the puzzles in pen, not pencil.

      So I believe I use more of my brain than the average person does. Also I don’t drink, smoke, or use drugs, which helps a lot.

  8. incognito says:

    People will comment on anything….

  9. Anonymous says:

    I found a meth head in my yard late one night. I am female and was unarmed. If you are on my property and up to no good I will go after you whether armed or unarmed. I will take my chances. The meth head ended up running and yelling I was crazy. There is only seconds to decide if it’s fight or flight.

  10. BadAmerican says:

    I use my brain in a way that 90+ percent do not.

    I prep, therefore I am.

    Super Human…mebbee.

    Super Smart…mebbee.

    Prepared…..yep.

    ..aint no thang….BA.

  11. Kevin2 says:

    “psychokinesis, approbation, aerokinesis, clairsentience, clairaudience”

    I’m so ignorant regarding this that I had to look up the definition of the above and still couldn’t find approbation in reference to these powers. With China being a communist collective with 1.2 billion people harnessing this with a benign or nefarious purpose is unnerving. The world gets spookier every day.

    • Archivist says:

      It’s not “approbation.” It’s “apportation.” A gross typo or autocorrect gone wild.

      Wikipedia says: “The ability to undergo materialization, disappearance or teleportation of an object.”

    • Other than the first one, none of the rest are terms commonly used (even in fringe theories). The 3rd would translates to something along the lines of “makes wind blow” (Think Storm from Xmen), the 4th would be akin to mind control, the 5th would be mind reading. The 2nd, I have absolutely no idea. I’m just going of the Latin roots for the 3-5th. I think the author just started makin’ stuff up to poke fun.

  12. vocalpatriot says:

    “The fact that China’s government was involved in the study of parapsychology and that the CIA deemed it too dangerous to reveal to the public (while the US government was conducting its own studies) is telling.”

    Too dangerous, or too embarrassing?

  13. Anonymous says:

    I’m an empath and a healer. Nothing paranormal about my
    abilities.

  14. the Lone Ranger says:

    Anyone remember “the Amazing Kreskin”? I loved that guy as a kid, he was a “mentalist”, claiming anyone could do what/as he did. His finger dexterity with card decks was unparalleled and unsurpassed.

    Amazing.

    The politicians take all our money, make it disappear, never give it back. Not amazing.

    Kreskin was different. He always gave back. Wherever you are, Mr. Kreskin, God bless you, and thank you for making me glued to the TV back when I was a kid growing up watching you.

    “There are people reading this, and most of them are preppers.”

    “That is correct”.

    smile…

    – the Lone Ranger

    • Archivist says:

      The Amazing Kreskin was pretty devious. It was hard to see how he did some of his mentalist tricks, unless he used hired confederates.

      You must be a lot younger than I am. I was in my 20s when I saw him on TV.

  15. Archivist says:

    The Amazing Randi says that scientists are very easy to fool.

    “Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.” — Arthur C. Clarke.

    I have only been fooled once by magic. Many years ago, I went to a magic show. I was there very early, perhaps 20 to 30 minutes early. The stage curtains were open all the way back to the back wall of the building (concrete blocks). The floor was wooden and very old. In the middle of the stage was a triangular mirrored tall box sitting upon legs, maybe 6 inches above the floor.

    I watched the box closely for movement. I didn’t see any way for anyone to get to that box once I started watching it. I did not detect any movement at all. So if the magician was already inside, he was very patient.

    All of a sudden there was a bang and a puff of smoke, and the magician stepped out of the box.

    Unless he was standing in the box for as much as an hour prior to the show, I don’t know how he got in there.

    So I won’t believe any of that fictional stuff unless I see it myself under controlled conditions.

  16. Archivist says:

    I believe my greatest super power is my ability to weigh more than I appear to. The weight guesser at the county or state fair has no chance with me. They will guess 50 or more pounds low every time. I tell them I’m packed tight with solid muscle, and they just laugh and laugh.

  17. Yes, if you doubt it, take a balloon and rub it onto the hairs on your arm, then apply it to the hairs on your head. Electricity, Tesla’s passion, is but one example of the world of invisible powers.

    Contrary to the belief that Jesus and Religion is boring, and limiting, when understood, it reveals hidden powers. That’s why the backwards J*ws feared and hated the Christ and the Christians. Complaining that Christian’s had a “mysterious power”, the backward J*ws (Talmudic Shephardic J*ws), created the early Masons with their own “mysterious power”, based on ancient superstitions dating back to Babylonian captivity; and using blood sacrifice as a cornerstone of this power of belief. Incredibly, it does work as the act of killing an innocent child and drinking it’s blood has no true value in and of itself, but it does have a powerful psychological power, as well as the power to unite the participants in a shared monumental crime. This is powerful, causing the participants to intensify their existing abilities; that is why child ritual murder continues in the secret ceremonies of secret societies, at the highest levels.

    __

  18. Earthlings must die! I try to fit in here on this nasty planet but it just sucks too much! If it wasn’t for Boston Creams at Dunkin’ Donuts, I would have left already.

  19. Marcus of Arrington says:

    Although it is a work of movie fiction, THE ATTICUS INSTITUTE, had a theme of the CIA trying to WEAPONIZE DEMONIC POSSESSION. It wouldn’t surprise me if they didn’t actually try that in reality.

 

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