The CIA Releases 13 Million Pages of Declassified Documents Online

The CIA Releases 13 Million Pages of Declassified Documents Online

Calling all analytical, philosophical and deep thinking Tyrese Gibson minded people!

The CIA just released 13 million pages of declassified records online. This move comes on the heels of receiving pressures from the non-profit freedom of information advocates who also filed a lawsuit prompting the CIA to publish the full archive which is made up of almost 800,000 files. 

The documents, that were previously only made accessible on four computers at the National Archives in Maryland, contain everything from papers on Henry Kissinger, who served as secretary of state under presidents Richard Nixon and Gerald Ford, to thousands of pages of intelligence analysis and science research and development.

The most unusual information now available to the public are documents from the Stargate Project which consist of psychic powers, mind control, and telepathy.

One instance in particular recounts the testing of celebrity psychic Uri Geller in 1973 who was able to partly replicate pictures drawn in another room with varying - but sometimes precise – accuracy.

If you want to know more about the declassified archives you can click here. Meanwhile, I’ll be preparing for work.

via BBC