Pat Price was very skilled when it came to the field of remote-viewing. His abilities were so well-known that the CIA recruited him into an elite group in 1973. He was particularly hired by the Office of Technical Services and its Office of Research and Development. Price was hired in order to gather some of the most closely guarded secrets of the former Soviet Union. The U.S. government could theoretically do away with its “secret agents” and instead have a near-army of psychic spies watching the enemy via the power of the human mind. This could be only possible if Price could successfully get access to Russian government confidential files.
The CIA assigned the first mission to Price, which was to try to locate a domestic target. Specifically, a National Security Agency-run secret installation. Price’s abilities were such that he within no time and in an extraordinary manner, identified the purpose of the facility. As a result of a successful operation, the CIA immediately created the following summary, not only for itself, but also for the NSA’s employees. Though there were a large number of files to be created and analysed carefully and silently, it didn’t take much time.
“Pat Price, who had no military or intelligence background, provided a list of project titles associated with current and past activities including one of extreme sensitivity. Also, the codename of the site was provided. Other information concerning the physical layout of the site was accurate.”CIA’s Statement
Shortly after joining the CIA, Price found himself embroiled in many dangerous investigations that involved foreign agencies as well as military and intelligence operations. Such operations were given to him that included the targeting of Soviet embassies and military bases in Libya a number of times. Things took an unexpected, but spectacular, turn in Pat Price’s life and profession in 1974. The task of remotely-viewing Alaska’s Mount Hayes was assigned to him. One has to wonder why the CIA would be spying on the United States as the CIA’s remote-viewing project was meant to spy on other countries that could be a potential threat to the United States. There was a valid and interesting reason behind this.
While Price was remote-viewing the huge Mount Hayes, he observed a gigantic extraterrestrial civilization operating out of the mountain’s depths, buried deep inside. In addition, those aliens resembled humans very much, but their eyes and internal organs were slightly different. Price was assigned the task of remote viewing of Mount Hayes, indicating that CIA agents were already aware of what was going on in the mountain’s deepest reaches. It is still not known to what extent the CIA knew about the alien base. As one might expect, the CIA maintains its top-secret information behind lock and key.
The most disturbing aspect of the X-Files-type situation was that aliens could manipulate or, to be precise, mind control us through “thought transfer for motor control of us.” He believed so because the more Price dug into the mountain, the more he became obsessed and fascinated by the presence of aliens. However, things did not end there. Price reported to CIA handlers about three more alien bases hidden in the mountains. This made him nervous but excited at the same time. The three mountain locations were Mount Ziel, Mount Perdido in the Pyrenees Mountains, and Zimbabwe’s Mount Inyangani. This particular piece of information bothered the CIA very much.
According to the investigation, aliens are hiding in secret alien bases beneath the earth’s surface and mind-controlling humans, but the CIA does not know why. The whole thing was concerning for Price and his colleagues in the CIA.
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