Project Star Gate. A U.S. Army research unit that was established in 1978 out of Fort Meade, Maryland by the Defense Intelligence Agency and SRI International to investigate and establish psychic phenomena for militaristic purposes. Project Star Gate had a heavy focus on remote viewing with the intent to tap into Russian sites and establishments. The program was allegedly terminated in the early 90s and declassified in 1995. This move brought the concept of remote viewing and the legitimacy of it to the public forefront. (Why would the U.S. Military run a classified program for two decades if there wasn’t truth to it?) This segues into our guest this week on The Malliard Report. This week Jim welcomes the renowned remote viewer and naturopathic healer Dr. Kimberly McGeorge to the show.
“Dr. Kimberly McGeorge is an internationally renowned naturopathic doctor, energy healer, remote viewer, paranormal expert, and consciousness teacher. Her extensive client list includes of some of the world’s most talented healers. Dr. Kimberly was born with the ability to remote view, see people’s auras and was highly intuitive. While still in college, she helped police on many occasions. Finding she had a natural affinity with herbs, she worked as an herbalist and went on to create and distribute her own line of herbal organic products internationally. During this time, her personal practice expanded to multiple clinics throughout Columbus. Driven by her inner knowing that her healing work could be made much quicker, more affordable and amplified exponentially using technology, Dr. Kimberly consulted with an esteemed neurosurgeon and realized that the healing frequencies in naturopathy could be applied to all areas of her client’s lives.”
This is a fantastic show, and Dr. Kimberly is clearly one to not proverbially stand still for very long. She has been featured on many top programs on CNN, PBS, Coast to Coast (a Malliard favorite…), and many others. To keep up with all of Dr. Kimberly’s projects and goings-on, head over to her website www.secrettoeverything.com. For all things, Malliard, including an awesome merch store, signing up for the newsletter, and having a good old-fashioned binge of past shows, head over to malliard.com. Also, connect with Jim on all social media platforms @malliard.