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We get a lot of people asking if we’ve ever heard of Occam’s Razor.

The Stargate Project was the umbrella code name of one of several sub-projects established by the U.S. Federal Government to investigate claims of psychic phenomena with potential military and domestic applications, particularly “remote viewing”: the purported ability to psychically “see” events, sites, or information from a great distance.

What’s more likely? 

1) Humans have evolved in some instances to be able to remotely view important images and scenes given a set of longitude and latitude coordinates, two numbers invented by humans that have no real meaning.  Then, the United States Military studies the phenomenon for two decades, before declaring the project a failure and closing it.

2) An Intelligence Agency was transferring these images into the brains of the victims/participants of Stargate, in order to hide the existence of a network of hyper-spectral satellites from lower echelons of the military and the public.

How bout this one?

1) The CIA and NSA have created a vast network of hyper-spectral satellites which can see through walls, and in deep into ground, and they have them trained only outside the boundary of the United States of America.

2) The CIA and NSA really enjoy it when you are showering. They also see every crime being committed throughout the country, and refuse to allow this system to be used to fix our justice system.

Or this: 

It’s obvious that our Federal government has the ability to solve most crimes without much effort, like murder, abduction, and drug trafficking. They don’t because:

1) They are worried we will find out about something obvious, such as intelligence agencies having access to real time satellite imagery of the entire surface of the planet.

2) They’d prefer not to deal with pesky things like the Fourth Amendment.

This is what I call “evidence” of the psycho-surveillance infrastructure, and its implementation long, long ago.  It’s been here since at least the “U2 incident,” as that was clearly a cover up for the satellite network.  There’s proof of its use on the ground in Dallas, and the Military’s “fascination” with psychic phenomenon is just about as rock solid as you get these days.

Welcome to reality, its been about science and technology the whole time, please take your heads out of the sand.

7 thoughts on “Occam’s Razor

  1. Nice post. It's a shame there's no truth in it. Imagine, the CIA can see through walls and deep underground with satellites but had to have someone tell them where Osama Bin Laden was to get him. Reality should always be preferred to fantasy

  2. …XDOccam's Razor applied simply to logic says, the most likely answer is the simplest.A few examples:"What's more likely?"3)The Stargate Project, if it even actually existed, found no superhuman talents in humans. The "purported ability" was just that: purported, nothing more."How bout this one?"3) The CIA and NSA have no "vast network of hyper-spectral satellites which can see through walls," or deep into the ground, or through anything. "Or this:"The federal government does not have the ability to solve most crimes without much effort. It is not god, it is not all-powerful.

  3. Imagine the government knew where Osama Bin Laden was the whole time, but they wanted to topple the government of the largest opium producing nation in the world before finding him in another country.Oh, that's what happened.

  4. I like this blog. It's good to see that there are some theories out there that actually make sense. I too believe that Stargate was a cover up for psychotronic research/experiments/operations/projects. I think they found really intelligent people and just fooled them.Good call on the Raytheon link.

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