Popular Authors Jim Marrs PSI SPIES : THE BOOK THE GOVERNMENT DID NOT WANT YOU TO SEE!

PSI SPIES : THE BOOK THE GOVERNMENT DID NOT WANT YOU TO SEE!

PSI SPIES : THE BOOK THE GOVERNMENT DID NOT WANT YOU TO SEE!
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PSI SPIES

by Jim Marrs


PSI SPIES:
THE BOOK THE GOVERNMENT DID NOT WANT YOU TO SEE!

Jim Marrs' investigation into the secret remote viewing programs conducted by the CIA and U.S. Army is finally revealed in Psi Spies.

Jim Marrs unravels the mystery behind the psychic phenomena known as remote viewing. In lean journalistic style, Marrs uncovers the military program that turned soldiers into psychic spies. Find out what happens when the psychic soldiers use their abilities to unlock the mysteries behind UFO's, time travel, the assassination of JFK, and the Soviet plot to kill Ronald Reagan.

In the early 1990's, following the success of Crossfire and Alien Agenda, Jim Marrs set out to expose yet another government coverup. Originally titled "The Enigma Files," Marrs' new book detailed the activities of the U.S Army and CIA in training soldiers and spies in the use of psychic abilities. The publisher received advance orders for The Enigma Files from around the world. Meanwhile, the U.S. government agencies publicly issued denials that such programs ever existed. As the release date neared, Marrs' editor mysteriously disappeared, apparently relocated to somewhere outside of the United States. What followed was an attempt by his new editor to coerce Jim to rewrite the book in a FICTIONAL setting, a request that Marrs flatly refused to honor. This ended the publishing deal, thus delaying the book's publishing indefinitely. That is, until now! Retitled "Psi Spies", the details of the government's espionage efforts using psychic warriors.

Interestingly, the CIA ultimately admitted to funding psychic research later in Congressional hearings, although they downplayed the importance of the program. Uhh, right.

Another great "Classic" by Jim Marrs - You want this book !

Reviewer: (Edison, New Jersey USA)

As usual, Jim Marrs has given us another classic. Whether you are interested in government conspiracy, aliens, ufo's or any other mystery of the new millennium Jim Marrs has the FACTS. Being an investigative reporter and not simply an author Jim doesn't just write about a subject, he documents it and explains it with all the detail and clarity of the expert that he is. I have read everything by Marrs and I can say this, after being in police work for the last twenty-five years, the last twelve as Chief of Detectives, Marrs does his homework. He is the most thorough and comprehensive author of esoteric and controversial subject matter writing on the subject today. If after reading any of his books, the hair on the back of your neck doesn't stand up, you must be reading the another book that slipped into a Jim Marrs book jacket.

When I first started reading his work, like most people interested in the subjects (At least most police officers) I dug a little further. His facts and his research stand up to the scrutiny. I had the fortunate experience to become involved with a few of the military remote viewers when the Stargate project became public. I had taken the training and (once again the skeptic that I am) experienced it for myself. I heard some of the same stories, anecdotes and information that Marrs details in "PSI SPIES." I cannot recommend his work with any higher regard. He is a master at the craft of writing and an expert researcher. There are other books written about the Psychic Spying program that the Government ran, Marrs tells the story from the inside out --- He is by far the most knowledgeable person on the subject matter that wasn't actually a military remote viewer himself.


Paperback, 5 x 8

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