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Transcript of the Army's attempt to remote-sense Martian life via astral projection

On May 22, 1984, the Army asked Joseph McMoneagle -- a "psychic spy" -- to astrally project himself to the planet Mars... 1 billion years in the past. The full transcript is online at the CIA's digital reading room, and it is exhaustively nuts. But a blast to read! Could someone hire a few actors and stage this? Or do a crackly-radio-serial recreation, as a podcast? Slate actually tracked down McMoneagle to ask him about the experience: As he tells it, neither he nor Monroe had any idea that he was being asked to examine extraterrestrial sites.
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