Declassified C.I.A. document reveals how a remote viewer identified advanced life on Mars, pyramids, in 1 million B.C.

A declassified document titled: "Mars Exploration" explains how an advanced civilization inhabited Mars before 1 million B.C.

(INTELLIHUB) — On May 22, 1984, a “sealed envelope coupled with geographic coordinates” was personally handed to a ‘remote viewer’ immediately prior to an interview session conducted by a C.I.A. monitor, a declassified C.I.A. document reveals.

In the envelope was a 3 x 5 card containing the following information:

  • The Planet Mars
  • The time of interest approximately 1 million B.C.

Select geographical coordinates were given to the viewer which were:

  • 40.89 degrees north
  • 9.55 degrees west

According to the actual transcript of the viewing session, within ten minutes the remote viewer saw a ‘very high yellowish-colored pyramid sitting in a large depressed area.’

Once the remote viewer went to the appropriate time period of 1 million B.C., the R.V. claimed to see “severe clouds” or a “dust storm” which the R.V. explained as a “geological problem.”

At that point, the monitor told the remote viewer to go back in time to a point before the problem actually occurred. The R.V. then claimed to see megalithic surfaces with very smooth walls and identified shadows of ‘very tall thin people.’

Moving forward with the session, the R.V. was then given more coordinates in which the R.V. identified other structures and a ‘dying race of people’ who appeared to have taken shelter from a storm in massive structures before relocating to another lush world.

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