Analysis and Assessment of Gateway Process (Paperback)
"You are not thinking, you are merely being logical."
-Niels Bohr, Danish physicist and Nobel Laureate
Analysis and Assessment of Gateway Process is a document prepared in 1983 by the US Army. This document was declassified by the CIA in 2003.
This brief report focuses on the so-called "Gateway Experience," a training program originally designed by the Monroe Institute, a Virginia-based institute for the study of human consciousness. The Gateway experience uses sound tapes to manipulate brainwaves with a goal of creating an altered state of consciousness, which includes out-of-body experiences, energy healing, remote viewing, and time travel. The report concluded that the Gateway Experience is 'plausible' in terms of physical science, and that while more research was needed, it could have practical uses in US intelligence.
Students of US intelligence, and anyone interested in the cross-roads between consciousness and reality will find this report fascinating reading.