How the Love Frequency is Changing the World

How the Love Frequency is Changing the World

Just Send the Bad Guys Love

It pays to stop and listen to wise warriors with real-world experience, especially during times of trouble, fear and absurdity. Michael Jaco, ex Navy Seal and CIA operative turned master trainer, author and all round top gun, is one of those people. He recently dropped a surprise love bomb in relation to remote viewing; the ability to perceive places, people and actions in a waking state of consciousness:

“In combat zones, where I was most effective was using love frequencies (528 Hz), love vibrations; sending out love as a frequency to terrorists and to people that were causing problems. It changed their vibration to the point where they were vulnerable and eventually, they were taken out. If more of us join together in sending love to our leadership, that love frequency is a vibration they do not like. They are in fear. They are in anger. When you send love energy to them, which is the most powerful force in the universe, it takes them down…We cannot come at them with force. We will win with love.

As we start to come together, we will start to increase our vibration and they won’t have any effect on us. Have no fear. Once you are in fear, you are in the vibrational state that they love. For those who are still in fear, we have to help them bring their vibrational fields up. When we all stay in that field of vibration, we’re more creative and we learn how to work around these guys. Just send the bad guys love. They are nothing compared to us. If we work together, we are super powerful. Once you understand that you have an ability and you link that with other people, you’re invincible. Focus on the love vibration and we win this.

This is good against evil. Evil is anger and fear. If you go there, you are giving them power. The good is love and the higher frequencies. That’s where we all want to go but we’re not going to go there unless we focus on it. We have to focus on that, keep each other informed, keep each other together and as we move through these fields of consciousness where these guys are trying to take us down, we leave them behind. We are creating the new world through the quantum field of consciousness. That happens only if we stay in the love vibrational field. We will win with love.”

Jaco’s welcome revelation was quite possibly the first time a direct admission about using the 528 Hz love frequency in combat has ever been made on a public platform. I hope this makes your heart sing as much as it did mine. (You can watch Michael Jaco’s commentary here.)

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Remote Viewing from a Military Perspective

Jaco’s reference to remote viewing reminded me of the offbeat comedy The Men Who Stare at Goats (2009), loosely based on the 2004 book of the same name by John Ronson. The story was originally inspired by the Stargate Project, a secret U.S Army unit established in 1978 at Fort Meade, Maryland by the Defence Intelligence Agency to conduct psi (psychic) experiments. Their primary focus was utilising remote viewing for espionage purposes.

Race For Inner Space

Remote viewing was used extensively by so-called “psychic spies” during the Cold War by both the US and Russia for classified military projects.

Dr. M. Srinivasan, former Associate Director of the Physics Group, Bhabha Atomic Research Centre in Mumbai, claims the US Government authorities began to pay serious attention to investigating remote viewing techniques in 1970, following the publication of a provocative book titled Psychic Discoveries Behind the Iron Curtain, by Sheila Ostrander and Lynn Schroeder. Dubbed by one journalist as the ‘Race for Inner Space’, the standard narrative is that the CIA and US Army’s call to action was sparked by remote viewing research conducted at Stanford Research Institute (now SRI International).

The $20M, 20 year US Stargate program used remote viewers for espionage activities including tracking extremists, Soviet submarines, missile sites and pinpointing locations of US hostages. Some sources suggest that they also had an interest in UFOs and aliens. According to the late US newspaper journalist Jim Marrs, one of Stargate’s best remote viewers was Pat Price who allegedly located four alien bases on Earth: Mount Perdido in Pyrenees, Mount Inyangani in Zimbabwe, Mount Ziel in Australia and Mount Haye’s in Alaska. This particular report was allegedly filed away and Pat Price died unexpectedly in 1975. His death is thought to have been connected to nefarious circumstances that were never investigated.

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Sounding the Stargate Death Knell

In 1995, the Stargate project was transferred to the CIA for a retrospective evaluation and they commissioned a report by the American Institutes for Research (AIR). The subsequent Evaluation of Remote Viewing: Research and Applications report concluded that remote viewings never provided an adequate basis for 'actionable' intelligence operations:

“Most importantly, the information provided by remote viewing is vague and ambiguous, making it difficult, if not impossible, for the technique to yield information of sufficient quality and accuracy for actionable intelligence. Thus, we conclude that continued use of remote viewing in intelligence gathering operations is not warranted.”

As a result, the Stargate Project was terminated and the partly declassified report was approved for release in 2001. It was published in the online CIA Records Search Tool (CREST) archive in 2017, where approximately 930,000 documents or 12 million pages are now available in the reading room. Hours of fun and intrigue for the curious minds amongst us.

A Second Opinion

A 2018 Coast to Coast interview with Paul H Smith, a seven year veteran of the Stargate Project, provides an alternative view of Stargate’s mission and demise: “The CIA was motivated to pursue psychic spying to keep up with the Russians as it was known they were spending a great deal of money on paranormal research. Yet conversely, the Russians reportedly became interested in the psychic arena after they learned the Americans had used ESP to communicate with one of their submarines. It is somewhat of a misconception to consider Star Gate a CIA project … as when John Deutch took over the organization, he was biased against remote viewing, and quickly canceled the covert program.”

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Ancient Origins of Remote Viewing

The term ‘remote viewing’ was coined by parapsychology research pioneer, J.B Rhine in 1934. The widely quoted Farsight Institute aptly defines this process as being a controlled and trainable mental process involving psi (psychic ability), used to transfer perceptual information across time and space.

Remote viewing is also known as Extra Sensory Perception (ESP) and evidence suggests that it was commonplace in most ancient civilizations. Indian yoga practitioners have been well acquainted with the ancient art of ‘Divya Drishti’ (divine sight or divine perception) for centuries. In fact, Aphorism 3.26 of Patanjali’s classic work Yoga Sutras (400 B.C.) describes the first ashta-siddhis (psychic powers) that a serious yoga practitioner can acquire as ‘obtaining knowledge of the small, the hidden or distant by directing the light of superphysical faculty’.

According to researcher Stephan A. Schwartz, the oldest recorded double-blind remote viewing experiment can be found in the 46th chapter of The History of Herodotus, written in 440 BCE by Greek social observer Herodotus of Halicarnassus, thought to be the world's first historian.

Both Indian and Chinese scriptures reference the use of clairvoyant skills by the military as an information gathering tool while the Egyptians, Greeks, Romans and Etruscans were known to rely upon skilled teams of remote viewers to provide practical guidance to state planners. And unlike the western world, where psychics and mediums are often written off by ignorant skeptics as over-imaginative woo woo folk, oracles in the ancient worlds were honored.

Stargate Program Offshoots

Fortunately, just because certain elements within the US political and military brass deemed remote viewing to be unhelpful to the cause of espionage, doesn’t mean it became a case closed. Far from it.

Hot on the heels of the CIA report came the 1996 book Psychic Warrior: Inside the CIA's Stargate Program: The True Story of a Soldier's Espionage and Awakening (1996) by David Morehouse. Tailored for readers who prefer real-world adventures to lab experiments, the author claims to have worked on hundreds of remote viewing assignments, from searching for a Soviet jet that crashed in the jungle carrying an atomic bomb, to tracking suspected double agents.

Another mind-stretcher worth mentioning is Tell Me What You See: Remote Viewing Cases from the World's Premier Psychic Spy by Major Ed Dames and Joel Harry Newman. True stories and more juicy remote viewing secrets ranging from gathering intelligence on Soviet missile sites and the whereabouts of missing POWs in Vietnam, to the location of the Ark of the Covenant.

Conversely, The Psychology of the Psychic (2000) by David Marks highlights the flaws in the Stargate Project. He concludes that it was nothing more than a "subjective delusion" and that two decades of research failed to provide any scientific evidence for the legitimacy of remote viewing. Marks also noted rather harshly, that appointing Edwin May as the principal investigator for the project was somewhat problematic due to the what he perceived to be a huge conflict of interest in relation to possibilities of collusion, cuing and fraud.

These days, Edwin May is an author, founder and president of the Laboratories for Fundamental Research, an interdisciplinary research centre which primarily explores parapsychological phenomena, extending to allied fields such as consciousness research, cognitive neuroscience, perception, physiology, psychology and physics. Interesting to note that May co-authored a book called ESP Wars: East and West, the story of how the U.S. and the former Soviet Union used individuals with enhanced psi ability to spy on each other. The forward is written by General N. Sham, the KGB 1st Deputy. Just goes to show how friendly, productive collaborations between historically frosty countries can be achieved when pesky politics are removed from the equation.

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How Remote Viewing Morphed into a Mental Martial Art

Scientific understanding of the remote-viewing phenomenon has greatly advanced in recent years and can now be reliably demonstrated in both laboratory and operational settings. Official names include Scientific Remote Viewing (SRV) and Controlled Remote Viewing (CRV).

Stephan A Schwartz aptly describes this psi process as a type of ‘mental martial art’ and estimates that thousands of practitioners have conducted several million remote viewing experiments under the same double or triple-blind laboratory conditions . This means that the remote viewer must know nothing about the target before engaging in the session.

That said, please don’t expect to emerge from a weekend remote viewing workshop with ‘everything you need to know’ to start your own spy agency. Remote viewing requires intensive, regular training and practice in order to reach a high level of proficiency. There many other fascinating realms of consciousness to explore. Remote viewing is just one of them.

Bringing Consciousness Back into the Scientific Fold

Psi research has made some amazing strides in recent decades. According to, new research indicates that alternate futures actually do exist, the past exists simultaneously with the present and that information transfer across time does not require enormous energy consumption that would be associated with worm hole singularities. These types of questions are among the most profound being addressed by science today.

Stephan A Schwartz also shares some thought provoking observations about some of the historical blocks that hindered science from making amazing research strides sooner: Why Isn’t Consciousness a Fundamental in Science?:

“I think what separated consciousness from science was fear. It was dangerous to delve into matters the Church claimed for itself; it could lead to humiliation, pain and even a gruesomely painful death. I think it cast a psychological pall over any inquiry that might put one in conflict with accepted orthodoxy about matters concerned with what the Church saw as spiritual doctrine. It influenced the careers of generations of scientists.

The last man killed by the Inquisition was in Spain in 1826, a teacher named Cayetano Ripoli, who was garroted for teaching Deism to his class. And when it became clear to the scientific community that materialism and reductionism were very productive ways of exploring the universe, the need to consider consciousness as a factor in science withered. It is only now coming back into currency because fields such a quantum biology, resuscitation medicine, neuroscience, and even physics have reached a point where they realize that Planck was right. Consciousness is causal and fundamental. We are not there yet, but that is the trend direction.” (Max Planck was a theoretical physicist awarded the 1918 German Nobel Prize for his discovery of ‘energy quanta’).

Similarly, the Farsight Institute states that remote viewing works in complete violation of accepted “laws” of quantum and relativistic physics, which deems those “laws” as incomplete:

“There is a theory about why it works on the level of physics, but that theory has not yet gained mainstream acceptance. The core of that theory involves an interpretation of quantum mechanics that is known as the "Other Worlds" interpretation of the famous "two-slit experiment" that was developed by Hugh Everett and published in 1957. A majority of mainstream physicists currently do not support that theory, but the number of physicists who do support it is significant and growing.”

An Absolute Beginner’s Guide to Remote Viewing

Follow these basic steps in the remote viewing process

  • Have a paper & pen or voice recorder handy
  • Ask a friend to place an image, message or symbol in an envelope
  • Enter a meditative state, visualize and develop a portal to your target
  • As you perceive your target, do not rationalize the data as it comes through. Simply accept it
  • Begin to write, draw or record your observations
  • Review your information and note any reactions of thoughts about what you see.
  • Repeat the experiment to build on what you already have
  • Interpret your results by applying your rational senses
  • Describe what you think the target is, your overall impression
  • Open the envelope to see how you fared during your first remote viewing experiment.

Sending Love to Those Who Need it Most

  • Close your eyes, enter a meditative state, focus on a leader or someone you know that needs love. Send them love energy with all your heart several times a day.

Remote viewing is an acquired art. Practice often. And please remember Michael Jaco’s guidance about focusing on staying in the 528 Hz love frequency.

We are creating the new world through the quantum field of consciousness. That happens only if we stay in the love vibrational field. We will win with love.” Michael Jaco

Over and out.


Coast to Coast

Stephan A Schwartz

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