Remote Viewing and Russian Psychic Warriors

The Russian War Machine claims they have Psychic Soldiers. I discussed this recently in a faceook group that discusses the use of LSD. Within the next hour I am going to make a video advertising for a Woman Author to help me finish my autobiography. I need her to help push the women who have been attacking me – and members of my family – out of my space! They have a sick need to destroy my credibility – and abilities! My sobriety is under severe attack – as is my childhood! These are Dark Witches – for real! Why they have gathered around me will be written about by a woman who has some expertise. The Free World needs my Gifts right now. I spent all day yesterday in a semi-trance trying to see if Putin is going to invade anyone. I came close to calling it – but did not – and do not get THE SIGN!

The Buck Foundation should fund my Gifts that are of a religious nature. Longevity will not happen – if there is a nuclear war. Billions are being spent on War Games and Military Maneuvers – as I type! Give me a $100,000 dollars and I will start a Psychic Remote Viewing Program that will produce leads – if not direct results.

I suspect Jonah was given the Gift of Remote Viewing, and Noah had a Dove onboard the Ark that he bid to search for land.

I am trying to recruit Little Squirrel and other redheads, who have Gifts. She is from Odessa in the Ukraine and speaks Russian and English. When I get my team together we will meet for lunch at Burger King and have ice-cream.

John ‘The Dove’ a.k.a. John Von John

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“An article in an official army periodical is being ridiculed for claiming that the Russian military has psychic abilities and has used them in wartime. The article makes big claims but outside Russian critics claim it’s all nonsense and that the article should never have appeared in a Russian military publication.

The article, “Super-Soldier for the Future Wars,” was published in the February issue of the Russian Army’s Army Digest. The author, reservist Colonel Nikolai Poroskov, makes reference to “metacontact technology,” which is apparently a new word for what the rest of the world calls psychic technology. Even better, the Russian military learned the technology from dolphins, which are naturally psychic. As a result, according to Poroskov, a soldier trained in the metacontact arts can:

[See] (through) a captured enemy soldier: what kind of person he is, what his weak and strong points are, whether he will go to recruitment. The reliability of the interrogation is almost one hundred percent. From him it is impossible to “get out.” Technologies of counteraction to such interrogation train special forces soldiers in case of being taken prisoner, the highest persons of the country or the leaders of large industrial and banking structures – in order to preserve state or commercial secrets.

Poroskov claims the technology can also help Russian soldiers master foreign languages and locate ambushes, warehouses, and enemy weapons caches. But it’s not all reading minds, however: Metacontact technology also has a weaponized side. Poroskov claims Russian army psychics can crash computers, burn out the crystals in electrical generators, eavesdrop on conversations, and jam TV and radio (cable TV might be another matter.)

Another experiment involved so-called “remote viewing,” as it has come to be known among psychic researchers in the West, and involved successfully reading a document in a locked safe–even though it was in a foreign language. It can also be used to identify terrorists.

Russian scientists are not letting Poroskov off the hook. The chairman of the commission to combat pseudoscience at the Presidium of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Yevgeny Alexandrov, described the military’s alleged psychic abilities as an “invention” and essentially fake science. Alexandrov told RBC, “…all this is complete nonsense. No parapsychology exists at all, it’s a fairy tale. All the talk about the transfer of thought at a distance does not have a scientific basis, there is not a single such recorded case, it is simply impossible. This is a way to squeeze funds from the state budget.”

During the Cold War there were allegations that the Soviet Union was dabbling in psychic research as a means of espionage or warfare, but there is no evidence any of the research actually uncovered anything useful. Of course, once the U.S. military got wind of it the Pentagon had to fund a program of its own, which also went nowhere.

The three legs of the US nuclear triad are the silo-based ICBMs, ballistic-missile submarines, and bombers, all of which are overseen by STRATCOM. All are options, but only the submarines and the ICBMs are ready to go at a moment’s notice.

Richard argued that the “basic design criteria in the triad is that you cannot allow a failure of any one leg of the triad to prevent you from being able to do everything the president has ordered you to do.”

“If you don’t have intercontinental ballistic missiles, we can’t meet that criteria,” the admiral said, adding, “You are completely dependent on the submarine leg, and I’ve already told the secretary of defense that under those conditions I would request to re-alert the bombers.”

Richard stressed Tuesday that without funding for programs like the GBSD – the research and development of which is expected to cost more than $85 billion, with a total life-cycle cost in the hundreds of billions – the US runs the risk of its ICBMs eventually “not working at all.” He said that he simply “cannot deter with the leftovers of the Cold War forever.”

Putting the strategic bomber force back on alert, meaning loaded and ready for an immediate nuclear strike should the order come, would be a return to practices that were common decades ago during the Cold War.

The idea of putting bombers back on alert has come up before, though not in the context of a potential loss of a leg of the nuclear triad.

In 2017, Defense One reported that the Air Force was preparing to put the nuclear bombers back on 24-hour alert. That change, however, was never actually made.

Journal Claims Russian Troops Have Psychic Powers (popularmechanics.com)

  • The head of STRATCOM said he would put bombers on alert if the ICBM leg of the triad goes away.
  • His comments come as some in Congress question the need for nuclear modernization spending.
  • The STRATCOM commander says he needs a modern ICBM force, not “leftovers of the Cold War.”
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America’s top nuclear commander told lawmakers Tuesday that he would push to put US nuclear-capable bombers on alert if the military lost its intercontinental ballistic missiles.

As some lawmakers question the need to invest in nuclear modernization programs like the Ground Based Strategic Deterrent, a replacement for the aging Minuteman III ICBM force, the head of US Strategic Command is arguing in favor of moving forward with the modernization plans and against cutting the ICBM force.

STRATCOM commander Adm. Charles Richard has argued previously that a failure to modernize and replace what the US has now is essentially disarmament in the face of a growing threat. Russia has its own nuclear triad, and China is developing a functional triad.

Speaking before the Senate Armed Services Committee on Tuesday, Richard said that if the ICBM leg of the US nuclear triad were to be abandoned, then the bomber force would have to take its place as an always-ready nuclear deterrent.

“What is not often recognized is that we don’t have a triad day-to-day,” Richard said. “The bombers are not available to us. We chose to take them off alert as a type of peace dividend after the Cold War. Day-to-day, what you have is basically a dyad.”

Top Navalny associates detained ahead of protests (msn.com)

Taiwan to Raise ‘Temple Militia’ of Holy Villagers to Fight off China Invasion (msn.com)

Taiwan plans to mobilize temple and church staff as part of the island’s reserve force in its latest reorganization centered on a future war effort amid escalating military intimidation by China.

During a hearing in Taiwan’s legislature on Monday, Defense Minister Chiu Kuo-cheng told lawmakers that policy planners hope to expand the country’s reservists by integrating volunteers from local Buddhist and Taoist temples.

He made the comments while defending the government’s plan to establish a comprehensive new reserve mobilization agency, which will oversee the continued reform of Taiwan’s reserve force—often described as insufficient in number and inadequately trained.

A widening of the current call-up pool, which only includes volunteer police and firefighters, will require amendments to the country’s Civil Defense Act.

Chu Sen-tsuen, an official with the ministry’s mobilization office, explained that the latest plans were a response to “the increased enemy threat faced by Taiwan.”

Top nuclear commander says he will push to put bombers back on alert if US gets rid of its ICBMs (msn.com)

STRATCOM commander Adm. Charles Richard has argued previously that a failure to modernize and replace what the US has now is essentially disarmament in the face of a growing threat. Russia has its own nuclear triad, and China is developing a functional triad.

Speaking before the Senate Armed Services Committee on Tuesday, Richard said that if the ICBM leg of the US nuclear triad were to be abandoned, then the bomber force would have to take its place as an always-ready nuclear deterrent.

“What is not often recognized is that we don’t have a triad day-to-day,” Richard said. “The bombers are not available to us. We chose to take them off alert as a type of peace dividend after the Cold War. Day-to-day, what you have is basically a dyad.”

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