Scientists in former Soviet Russia claimed to have tapped into "cosmic intelligence" from aliens using psychic abilities.
American journalist and alien enthusiast George Knapp said he witnessed "remote viewing" during a visit to Russia in the 1990s to investigate their alien research programme.
Appearing on the Weaponized podcast with investigative filmmaker Jeremy Corbell, Mr Knapp said he first went to Russia in pursuit of information about extraterrestrial life forms.
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But what he came across scientists were scientists who had "reverse-engineered" alien technology.
"They have this gigantic UFO study that goes on for 10 years and then another one replaces it, and they’re trying to figure out, 'How do we duplicate [alien] technology?'," George explained.
The award-winning journalist met with Lieutenant General Alexei Yurievich Savin, who wanted to share the impressive research he'd performed with the public.
"He had developed in essence a remote viewing," George continued.
"He showed us some training films where they would take a Russian sailor, put him down in the bottom of a ship, and then ask him to identify where other naval assets were around it without being able to look out the window and see them.
"And they were really accurate, incredibly accurate, at least in this film."
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But George claimed it wasn't just trained professionals who could use the alien technology.
Lt General Savin also picked out ordinary Russian housewives to trial the bizarre mind trick and found some of them became so good at it they even developed psychic abilities.
"There was one lady who specialised in determining medical conditions," Knapp added.
"She could size you up mentally and figure out what’s going on with you physically."
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"And she was pretty right-on with me with, I’m not going to go into details on that but there are some things you can look at me and figure out without being a psychic but she got some stuff that she shouldn’t have known."
Knapp explained that those who got good at remote viewing could tap into "cosmic intelligences" and communicate with beings that "weren't from Earth".
He continued: "They’re projecting their consciousness out into the cosmos and then they run into somebody else who has a conversation with them or shares information with them or shares images with them.
"Some of them would write stuff down almost like channeling, or draw pictures."
Knapp said he first travelled to Soviet Russia after learning their UFO research programme was several steps ahead of the US.
Russia was also the site of multiple alien sightings that had captured the imaginations of alien enthusiasts around the world and prompted the country's research into the phenomenon.
One high-profile case at Voronezh, about 530km south of Moscow, saw multiple witnesses report spotting giant robot-like aliens exit a space ship in a park, walk around, and then get back in the aircraft.
"There were a lot of witnesses," Knapp said of the incident.
"Most of them were young people but they were not just little tiny kids, they were teenagers. It was a really interesting case."
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