Osama Bin Laden Brought Down By Military’s Elite Remote Viewer

Osama bin laden has been reported shot and killed by the white house May 1st, 2011


The search for Bin Laden has involved almost every branch of the U.S. military and intelligence agencies.

The world’s most wanted man took refuge in the crags and caves of Tora Bora’s mountains along the Afghanistan-Pakistan border. The Pashtun people, who call this harsh land home, have made it one of the best hiding places on Earth.

The search for Bin Laden has involved almost every branch of the U.S. military and intelligence agencies.

This includes a very secretive department of US Army’s remote viewing program.


Interest in remote-viewing goes back to the 1950s. Remote-viewing is the ability to see into the collective unconscious and retrieve specific information from it.

The Russians have always been more advanced than their American counterparts in the study and development of remote viewing and biophysical remote mind-control technology (RMCT). This did not go unnoticed by the CIA and the US military, who started experimenting with biophysical RMCT in the 1960s.

Reports from undisclosed source of the military confirm it was a one particular remote viewer that tracked Bin Laden in his final days.

It was “Sgt. Stacker” an alias to protect the identity of the real person, who used a combination of tactics to bring Bin Laden down. This included identifying the underground features of the compound where Bin Laden was hiding and the security weaknesses of the location in the northwest frontier of Pakistan.

Stacker was trained in technical remote viewing, but also had a personal interest in “remote Influencing” a technique that can alter the behavior of someone from a great distance.

Stacker convinced a pentagon official to provide him with a personal item known to belong to Bin Laden. It is with this connection that Stacker used a combination of remote viewing, influencing and “witchcraft” to alter the thought pattern of Bin Laden to fall in to repeating pattern of daily living behavior that could be track by sources on the ground to identify him in a group of people.

This obsession of Stacker to combine rigid RV training with ancient esoteric wisdom from the Keys of Solomon proved to be effective.

This new approach is being considered for wider implementation for the military intelligence agencies.

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