Mission Incredible: Al Qaeda Train Terror Plot Predicted by Secret Psychic Spies

Last Updated on June 2, 2020 by

An incredible development in the leaking of documents from the raid on Osama Bin Laden’s compound reveals that a plot had been planned for 2009 in the west.  But that information had already been revealed due to information derived solely from psychic impulses generated through the Defense Intelligence Administration and released through the investigative program keeping tabs on the project.

When we first heard that a series of terror attacks on trains in 2009 had been planned, the date came and went with nothing of the sort occurring.  The information was readily dismissed by western media outlets due to its source – information leaked from a spy network employing purely psychic means of information gathering.  These psychic spies had spoken of a terror plot taking place in 2009 after remaining silent for some time.  After the event information was not always forthcoming on why the prediction had failed.  And by 2011 the event was all but forgotten.

But the site STARpod.org and PsycheLeaks resurfaced the information with breaking details that suddenly put a story that came out in 2009 in context now with new information confirmed on CNN and other major media outlets in 2011.  The Al Qaeda terror plot had been planned, just as the psychics said – and was subsequently abandoned.  This vindication for the Stargate program may mean future explorations into the power of human consciousness in the future.

And 2009 was the same year another major event came about in the field of psychic warfare.  For the first time the film “The Men Who Stare at Goats” broke out on the silver screen reminding the world and informing some who had never heard of psychic spying that the government did indeed take the subject very seriously at one time.  And with this latest major vindication it may begin doing so once again.

Originally transferred to the CIA in 1995, the Stargate project was to undergo a series of tests examining the validity of some of the project’s more dramatic claims.  Included in this was the possibility that psychic phenomena would be officially recognized and declassified.  Unfortunately, this evaluation was closed by June 30th of that year mere days before the evaluation which could finally prove psychic phenomena was to begin.  However, other researchers examining the results concluded that some test subjects would show a 5%-15% increase in their ability to psychically project and gather information outside of their normal means.  While most of the subsequent techniques for improving these results was never officially recognized or declassified, a culture of research has grown in the wake of this project with some startling results.

Unfortunately, the intelligence is still recognized officially as “not actionable” because it is derived through means that are not always trusted or known.  That may soon change as the 2009 bomb plot has been uncovered.  And we may be seeing psychic spies gradually increasing in both corporate and military fields.