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Approved For Release 2000/08/08 : CIA-RDP96-00789R002600120002-9 SECRET II. (U) PLAN OBJECTIVES (S/NF/SG/LIMDIS) The objective of this plan is to develop a long-range systematic and comprehensive approach to the investigation of anomalous mental phenomena (AMP). This includes identifying key in-house activities along with an appropriately integrated basic and applied external research support effort. This plan was based on the general guidance provided by the Congressional language that initiated this new program in FY 1991. (S/NF/SG/LIMDIS) Accomplishment of the various activities identified in this plan will greatly enhance threat assessment of foreign achievements in this area, and will help achieve the potential for US military/intelligence applications on select tasks as a supplement to HUMINT operations. (U) It is anticipated that this plan will assist decision makers in their review and consideration of future directions for this field, and that this plan can begin formal implementation starting in FY 1992. pursuing this largely unexplored area of human consciousness and subconsciousness interaction. Its scope is comprehensive; a wide range of phenomenological issues are examined that include psychological, physiological/neurophysiological, advanced physics (new wave concepts) and other leading-edge scientific areas. Although broad in scope, STAR GATE is well grounded due to its solid independent scientific review base. STAR GATE is based on dynamic style in all its endeavors, especially in its pursuit of foreign work in this area. III. (U) SIGNIFICANCE OF EFFORT (S/NF/SG/LIMDIS/WN) STAR GATE is a new dynamic approach for SECRET/f fFORII/LImDIS STAR GATE Approved For Release 2000/08/08 : CIA-RDP96-00789R002600120002-9