Precognition as a Forecasting Tool

Carmen Medina and Julia Mossbridge

Join us live on Tuesday September 22nd at 12:30pm Eastern as Julia Mossbridge and Carmen Medina discuss Precognition as a Forecasting Tool. They’ll reference the CIA’s former Star Gate program from the 70’s and 80’s, bring you up-to-date on the latest research, and examine whether the scientific evidence for precognition supports a new Intelligence Community initiative to adopt precognition, remote viewing, and other intuition-based methods into its forecasting toolkit.

The Pentagon recently announced a new program to use a combination of AI and Big Data to predict events days into the future. Why not supplement that program with human beings who have been scientifically tested and shown to have a repeatable capacity for accurate intuitive forecasting? In addition to our fireside chat, Dr. Mossbridge will be speaking on this topic at SafeHouse Global’s virtual summit on Nov 19th.

If you’d like to learn more about how the IC has used remote viewing in the past and why it should consider renewing a similar program, read “Unconventional Human Intelligence Support: Transcendent and Asymmetric Warfare Implications of Remote Viewing” by Commander L. R. Bremseth, United States Navy.

For additional background reading by Dr Mossbridge, check out “Plausibility, statistical interpretations, physical mechanisms and a new outlook: Response to commentaries on a precognition review” and “How to Avoid the Time Wars: A playful serious guide to surviving time travel in the coming era.”

If you’d like to attend the fireside chat, register for free here.

Jeffrey Carr
Jeffrey Carr

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