Not too long ago, the CIA made tens of thousands of documents available online. These were available to the public only in person at an archive, until now.
Many are from the Cold War era, etc. but surprisingly, there are many that are related to science, thermodynamics, remote viewing and other related topics.
For example, here is one declassified document from way back discussing “Scalar Waves” – and this doesn’ t mean their documents are authoritative or even accurate, but they are at least easily obtainable. It is interesting to see what was considered to be so important that it was classified at one time.
Here is one on remote viewing: https://www.cia.gov/library/readingroom/docs/CIA-RDP96-00789R003400040003-8.pdf this method was developed at Stanford Research Institute and was used to train people how to collect data on remote locations, activities, people, etc. using nothing more than a pen, paper and an innate “psychic” ability to bi-locate the awareness to the remote location and document in writing what is there.
Myth #10) The FBI has Nikola Tesla’s plans for a “death ray”!
If you don’t know the name, Nikola Tesla was a prolific inventor and gifted physicist and engineer—most known for developing the basis for AC power—who was born in Croatia in 1856 and settled in the U.S. in 1884. When Tesla died in New York in January 1943, his papers—which were thought to include plans for a particle beam weapon, dubbed a “death ray” by the press—were temporarily seized by the Department of Justice Alien Property Custodian Office (“alien” in this case means “foreigner,” although Tesla was a U.S. citizen). Despite longstanding reports and rumors, the FBI was not involved in searching Tesla’s effects, and it never had possession of his papers or any microfilm that may have been made of those papers. Since 1943, we have told a consistent story to all who have asked. Reports to the contrary appear to be based on an initial confusion of FBI agents with other government officials—especially Alien Property Office personnel. These rumors have long been repeated in biographies and articles on Tesla without double-checking the facts as reported in our files.
Obviously, we’ll never know the truth but in any case, that is the official story. They at least do point out an agency that did seize papers and that is the Department of Justice Alien Property Custodian Office. They say “temporarily” seized it, so who did they release it to? It has been thought it was the U.S. Navy.
Here are two large PDF’s released by the FBI that relate to Nikola Tesla. Quite a bit is blacked out – no surprise – and they’re probably more valuable as historical artifacts rather than treasure troves of technical data. Here they are: http://vault.fbi.gov/nikola-tesla
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