The Central Intelligence Agency of the United States is credited for bringing out the psychic phenomenon called remote viewing, which was actively performed in the 1970s, according to the declassified files of the Stargate Project (1975 to 1995). The study concluded that Star Gate psychics got it right only about 25% of the time. However, Joseph McMoneagle, a retired US Army veteran and prominent member of this project, helped the agency in 450 remote viewing operations. Those who are fond of UFOlogy might clearly know Minnesota Deputy Val Johnson’s incident, which became the most notorious UFO case.
Marshall County Sheriff’s Deputy Val Johnson chased a strange ball of light that ended with injuries and damage to his car. The deputy asserted that it was a brightly-lit ball that he encountered on the night of August 27, 1979.
Newspaper reporter Ken Korczak became a ghostwriter, who has done a tremendous job in an attempt to solve the 43-year-old Minnesota Deputy Val Johnson’s UFO incident. Korczak has written a series of articles, discussing the case on his personal blog where he concluded Deputy Val Johnson possibly encountered a highly advanced extraterrestrial or nonhuman intelligence.
Brief introduction to Val Johnson UFO case
At around 1:40 a.m. on August 27, 1979, Deputy Val Johnson was in his Ford LTD cruiser, patrolling on a State Highway in northwest Minnesota when he saw a ball of light, hovering a few feet above the ground that was visible miles from his car. He described the object as 12 inches in diameter and 3 to 4 feet off the ground.
In some time, the bright light entered his car. It was so bright that he felt like hit by a heavy pillow on his face. According to official reports, it was the last thing he remembered as he lost consciousness for 39 minutes.
After regaining his consciousness, the man realized that some strangeness started. His car was in the ditch. The car was damaged, broken windshield, twisted antennas, and some lights were also damaged. He assured his fellow officers that it was not an accident. What’s more, he had some bruises and felt a burning sensation on his face, especially around his eyes. The most shocking part of the story was that his wristwatch and the clock of his car were 14 minutes slower.
Johnson had no clue what had happened to him and what had hit his car. According to experts, a best-fit explanation for the damage to his car was “a highly charged electrical ‘thing’ with enough mass and momentum to create the effects.” However, the case was never solved and the documents also vanished for years. Johnson’s patrol car is still preserved and displayed in the Marshall County Museum with copies of the documents about his case. (Click here to read a full article)
Remote viewing Val Johnson case
Remote viewing was developed by the Stanford Research Institute at the behest of the CIA and DoD intelligence agencies. And Ken Korczak finds it plausible to discover new information in a 43-year-old unsolved case. He took the help of a remote viewer, psychic, and ESP Extraordinaire, Buddy Bolton.
Korczak writes that Bolton’s RV abilities have been studied by an array of government and private sector scientific agencies. Bolton is highly regarded by American physicist Russell Targ, who is best known for his work on remote viewing. Brandon Fugal, a multi-millionaire and chairman of Colliers International — Utah, called Bolton “truly gifted.” Fugal is the current owner of the famous Skinwalker Ranch.
The following is the data produced by remote viewer Bolton’s RV sensing of the object that confronted Johnson in 1979:
“This object is a probe. It is circular, has crisscross lines all over it — and has a squarish aspect — but it’s really a circle. It’s definitely not “black ops.” It is covered with the material — It’s a metal that is like a glassy alloy, like a charcoal-silver. The surface material is a classic kind of nanomaterial that enables a computational ability to spread across its surface. Other computational processes are spread across layers inside. There is an enormous load of fantastically high-end technology crammed into these objects. Sometimes this object has a little blinking light on it
“One of them was having a few technical difficulties. There is a catalyst liquid contained within a small chamber inside. It’s insanely efficient! Makes no noise, no sound — absolutely nothing is wasted. No ancillary energy wastes. The object is non-organic. Even though it is not a biological organism, it has the quality of being sentient because of the extreme sophistication of its AI-like computational ability.”
According to Bolton, the object was created by a super-intelligent race that has long evolved to a post-biological stage. The object is at least 100,000 years old, but not older than that. “The objects on earth were most likely replicated on Mars. Before that, they came from a distant origin outside our solar system.”
“It has main hubs which look like giant green cubes — but they can change into several different geometric shapes. They’re exceptionally large — like a quarter of a mile — and if you destroyed all of them except for one this race would still be alive. They have many backup hubs.
Just one probe originally entered our solar system. All others are replicated from that first probe. There seems to be at least 30 of them distributed on Earth at the time.
My impression is that they had a “home base” on the moon — but have since backed off to Ganymede since many of Earth’s space-faring nations are sending probes and imaging satellites to the moon and Mars now. The object works on a principle similar to a Von Neumann Machine.”
Purpose of the object
Remote viewer Buddy Bolton claimed that the object can serve as an avatar for another entity located elsewhere. It has self-consciousness. The object has a multitude of missions. But in 1979, it was conducting surveillance of a nearby U.S. military base and nuclear ICBM silos located near this location.
Bolton further stated that the aggressive behavior of the object toward Val Johnson’s car was a glitch in its system. It was under technical repairment but noticed Johnson’s approaching car as a threat.
His car was investigated by Roland Wardell, “a metallurgical engineer from Honeywell from the Ford Motor Co., a consultant in hyperspectral imagery from a Brainerd laboratory.” He was not a “UFO believer” but suggested that the best explanation for what had happened might be an “extraterrestrial influence.”