Real Jedi's? The Worlds Most Documented Superhumans
January 7, 2016 Barbara Buck
Many skeptics like to say that there hasn’t been one well documented case of psychic ability that definitively proves the existence of people who are “supernormal.” Not only are there documented cases, but some of these real life “Jedi’s” have been tested and hired by governments because of their abilities. Here are just a few of them.
Pat Price: The Man Who Could Go Anywhere
Pat Price was a retired police commissioner and city councilman who was considered by the U.S. government to be the best remote viewer in the world. He worked on two of their clandestine psyops programs in the 1970’s, SCANATE and Star Gate. These programs trained people to psychically retrieve information from enemy facilities around the world.
Pat was so accurate that after he died in 1975, that CIA director Stansfield Turner acknowledged in a 1977 article in the Chicago Tribune that “the agency found a man who could ‘see’ what was going on anywhere in the world through his psychic powers. Scientists and officials would show the man a picture of a place and he would then describe any activity going on there at that time.”
He was so successful that the program was forced to undergo a formal Congressional investigation to determine if there had been a breach in national security.
Unfortunately, Pat died mysteriously after being studied for only a couple of years. There is rumor that he was murdered by a Soviet assassin because of his abilities, but the U.S. government is mum on his death.
Nina Kulagina: The Woman Who Could Move Objects with Her Mind
Most people who claim to have the ability of telekinesis- moving objects with the mind- have been proven to be frauds, but the case of Nina Kulagina has even the biggest skeptical diehards scratching their heads.
Nina was a Russian woman born in Leningrad in 1926. She joined the Red Army when she was 14 and was wounded at the end of WWII. She began to notice that when she was angry, objects would move around her, seemingly of their own accord.
The Russian government began to do controlled experiments on her during the Cold War, and have released a number of film clips of her.
She is most famous for using her powers to stop a frogs’ heart. When the Russians had her attempt this type of control on humans, it always ended badly for her, with severe physical discomfort.
While some skeptics claim the Russian government faked the films in an attempt at “disinformation,” no one was ever able to prove that she was anything other than what she claimed to be.
Natasha Demkina: The Girl with the X-ray Eyes
Natasha Demkina is another young woman from Russia (I’m starting to wonder what they put in the water over there!) with some amazing and well documented abilities. She claims to have the ability to see inside the human body as easily as an x-ray machine, as well as diagnose medical conditions.
Multiple researchers have tested her abilities, and she has used her gifts on camera with news reporters a number of times.
One in particular was British reporter Briony Warden. She had been in a severe car accident not too long before meeting with Natasha. Her injuries weren’t visible during the meeting, but Natasha was able to accurately describe them, even going so far as to tell her where the pins were in her leg.
She was tested by a skeptics group called SciCop, though, and found lacking. Most believe that their requirements were ridiculous. She had to get five out of six diagnoses correct in order to “pass” their test. She got four, so it was considered a failure.