Raised in a spiritually oriented family environment, Skip Atwater's childhood was filled with extraordinary psychic experiences. As a young adult he was guided from within to a career as a counterspy during the cold-war era where he used his natural psychic aptitude as a U.S. Army Counterintelligence Special Agent. He played a key role in the remote viewing intelligence program now known to world by the code name STAR GATE .
After retiring from the Army, Skip became Research Director at The Monroe Institute. Since then he has published technical research on methods for expanding consciousness, authored the inspirational book, Captain of My Ship, Master of My Soul , and assisted hundreds of individuals in experiencing and exploring expanded states of consciousness. Skip is also the current president of the International Remote Viewing Association (IRVA), which was organized by scientists and academicians involved in remote viewing together with veterans of the now declassified STAR GATE program.
Skip Atwater, whose childhood was filled with extraordinary experiences, discussed his involvement in the U.S. government's remote-viewing program STAR GATE, and his subsequent work at the Monroe Institute. ... More »Host: Barbara Simpson