The Soviet Union’s Top Secret Psychotronic Experiments

During the Cold War, both the Soviets and the Americans were conducting some very unorthodox research in an effort to get the upper-hand on each other. Such research lead to programs like MKULTRA and the Stargate program in the United States.

Very little has been released about the Soviet’s parapsychology research, which they call Psychotronics. However, a report by Serge Kernbach at the Research Center of Advanced Robotics and Environmental Science in Stuttgart, Germany sheds a great deal of light on the Soviet research. His report includes a number of Russian technical reports that range from 1917 through 2003, which provides some insight into the type of research the Soviets were conducting.

Mind Control Experiments

Surprisingly enough, the report shows that the Soviet programs were very similar to the American programs, which focused on mind control, clairvoyance, and remote viewing among others. In this report, Kernbach states that this research was “related to the impact of weak and strong electromagnetic emission on biological objects, quantum entanglement in macroscopic systems, non-local signal transmission based on the Aharonov-Bohm effect, ’human operator’ phenomena, and others.” In some cases, it seems that the Soviet research and then putting this research into use actually sparked a number of U.S. projects.

For example, the Soviets’ research into electromagnetic emission on biological objects was the direct reason that the U.S. conducted Project Pandora. Project Pandora was America’s research into the short-term and long-term effects of low intensity microwaves on living things.

America began conducting this research when they discovered that someone, more than likely the Soviets, was bombarding the U.S. embassy with low-intensity microwaves. The practice of pelting the U.S. embassy with low-intensity radiation was almost surely a result of the Soviet idea that the brain could receive high frequency electromagnetic waves.

Espionage through Clairvoyance

The Soviets not only researched the idea that this energy could effect the human mind, but also that this energy could also have an effect on other objects, as well. This belief had given rise to the idea of clairvoyance as an weapon of espionage.

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