The CIA Attempted to Crack Time Travel

In 1983, the CIA commissioned a report on a project called the Gateway Process, which aimed to teach people how to convert the energy of their minds and bodies into a laser beam that could transcend spacetime.

The goal was to gain access to intuitive knowledge and commune with other-dimensional beings. Lt. Col. Wayne M. McDonnell wrote the report, which was declassified in 2003. It provides scientific underpinnings, instructions, and technical assistance for the Gateway Process. However, page 25 of the document went missing for 40 years, adding to the intrigue around the project.

The Gateway Project was the brainchild of Robert Monroe, a radio producer who studied the effects of sound patterns on human consciousness.

The project relied on the biomedical models of Itzhak Bentov and the theoretical physics that explained the character of the time-space dimension and the means by which expanded human consciousness transcends it. The methodology called Hemi-Sync borrowed from various consciousness-altering methodologies, including biofeedback, transcendental meditation, Kundalini yoga, and hypnosis.

The process involves listening to binaural beats, which confuse the brain, causing it to shift into a coherent pattern shared between the left and right hemispheres. This process syncs the hemispheres of the brain into a single, powerful stream of energy, like a laser, which aligns the other sounds of the body.

According to McDonnell, the entire body, based on its micromotion, functions as a tuned vibrational system that transfers energy into the earth’s ionospheric cavity, which resonates at about 7-7.5 Hertz. This brain/body energy connects with the sounds of the earth’s ionosphere and can travel around the planet in one-seventh of a second.

However, things start getting dicey when the report explains the nature of the universe into which the brain sends these signals. The report layers physics theories that have some acceptance with statements that sound completely made up.

For example, “Energy in infinity retains its inherent capacity for consciousness in that it can receive and passively perceive holograms generated by energy in motion out in the various dimensions that make up the created universe.”

The report’s theory rests on a field of energy it calls the Absolute, which exists in all dimensions, has uniform energy throughout, and is infinite, so it has no location and no momentum and is, therefore, outside of spacetime.

Hemi-Sync aspires to connect people with the Absolute through a wavelength of consciousness that “clicks out” of spacetime at certain frequencies. The world in which this process takes place is a giant cosmic egg with a nucleus in the middle where the Absolute spews matter from a singularity into the outer shell, where humans live.

The Gateway Project’s goals were to transcend spacetime, gain access to intuitive knowledge, travel in time, and commune with other-dimensional beings.

However, the report’s methodology seems to be more like an effort to write a technical manual for the ineffable than a gateway between materialistic science and experiential consciousness. Despite its questionable scientific underpinnings, the Gateway Process remains a fascinating glimpse into the CIA’s exploration of time travel and other-dimensional beings.

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