Stanford Physicist (CIA Contractor) – Psychic Abilities Are Very Real
Russell Targ is a physicist and author, a pioneer in the development of the laser and laser applications, and a cofounder of the Stanford Research Institute (SRI) investigation of psychic abilities in the 1970s and 1980s.
Targ has a bachelor’s degree in physics from Queens College and did graduate work in physics at Columbia University. He has received two National Aeronautics and Space- Administration awards for inventions and contributions to lasers and laser communications. In 1983 and 1984 he accepted invitations to present remote-viewing demonstrations and to address the USSR Academy of Science on this research.
SRI is a research and development think tank in Menlo Park, California. Called remote viewing, his work in the psychic area has been published in Nature, The Proceedings of the Institute of Electronic and Electrical Engineers (IEEE), and the Proceedings of the American Association the Advancement of Science (AAAS).
Books Authored or Co-authored by Russell Targ:
The Reality of ESP: A Physicist’s Proof of Psychic Abilities (2012) Quest Books
Do You See What I See?: Memoirs of a Blind Biker (2008) Hampton Roads
The End of Suffering: Fearless Living in Troubled Times (2006, with J.J. Hurtak) Hampton Roads
Limitless Mind: A Guide to Remote Viewing and Transformation of Consciousness (2004) New World Library, 21,000 copies
The Heart of the Mind: How to Experience God Without Belief (1999, with Jane Katra) New World Library
Miracles of Mind: Exploring Nonlocal Consciousness and Spiritual Healing. (1998, with Jane Katra) New World Library, 25,000 copies
The Mind Race: Understanding and Using Psychic Abilities. (1984, with Keith Harary) Villard, 75,000 copies. S.F. Chronicle, Best Seller list
Mind at Large: Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers: Symposium on the Nature of Extrasensory Perception (1979, 2002 with Charles Tart and Harold Puthoff), Praeger
Mind Reach: Scientists Look at Psychic Ability (1977, 2005 with Harold Puthoff) Delacorte, 45,000 copies.