Price - Remote Viewer
Pat Price Remote Viewer, Researcher Russell Targ on NOVA
Early Days at SRI
CIA-Initiated Remote Viewing Program at Stanford Research Institute
by H. E. Puthoff
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Harold Puthoff and Russell
Targ began research at
SRI they applied for and received a research grant to probe plant sensitivity.
They brought Randall
Fontes to Stanford Research
Institute (SRI) to conduct Plant and Human Consciousness Research, also
known as Primary Perception or the Backster Effect.
Randall worked with Remote Viewers Ingo Swann, Hella Hammid and Pat Price.
One day Randall asked Ingo Swann if he could affect a plant by concentrating on it. Ingo looked at the plant and the plant monitoring equipment showed no change. Ingo went to the office 2 doors down the hall to think about it.
After a few minutes the pen on the strip chart recorder became very active and was pegging. Then the voice of Ingo came from down the hall. He yelled "I think I got it"!
The product of this work culminated in a final report "Organic Biofield Sensor" by H. E. Puthoff and R. Fontes dated November 1975.
Randall Fontes is currently conducting research on the effects of light and sound on human consciousness. He plans to soon reintroduce plants as an Organic Biofield Sensor.
and Hal Puthoff 1974
The Plant and Human Consciousness Research at SRI
By: H. E. Puthoff and R. Fontes
Electronics and Bioengineering Laboratory
S.R.I Project 3194 (Task 3)
Randall Fontes, M.A.
worked with the twice nominated physicist for the Nobel Prize
Dr. Harold E. Puthoff and
Russell Targ at Stanford Research Institute (SRI International):
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