This update will be relatively brief. First, the really awesome news:
The 12,000+ STARGATE documents from CREST are now online in PDF format. STAR GATE was an umbrella term for the CIA, DIA, etc. effort that used remote viewers who claimed to use clairvoyance, precognition, or telepathy to acquire and describe information about targets that were blocked from ordinary perception. The records include documentation of remote viewing sessions, training, internal memoranda, foreign assessments, and program reviews. The STAR GATE program was also called SCANATE, GONDOLA WISH, DRAGOON ABSORB, GRILL FLAME, CENTER LANE, SUN STREAK.
You can download all of the documents at once here: https://archive.org/details/STARGATEDataset
Or browse them individually here: https://archive.org/details/cia-collection?and=STARGATE
I want to thank The Black Vault, a site which fought for years to obtain TIF (photo) copies of these documents and then made them freely available. I was able to take the image files and convert them to PDFs for easier reading, and then uploaded them to the Internet Archive which performed the text recognition on the files, which is sadly not possible with TIF files (as CIA is well aware).
Altogether, these files come to around 90,000 pages.
I was also able to pull the MKULTRA files from The Black Vault, which were also in TIF format. They've been uploaded here for bulk download: https://archive.org/details/MKULTRA-Dataset
And here for individual browsing: https://archive.org/details/cia-collection?&and=MKULTRA
Next, one of the files I found on CREST while doing follow-up research for follow-up articles to Memo Sheds New Light on CIA's Network of Journalists, I found a metaphorical thread that, when I pulled on it, revealed Morton "Tony" Jackson: CIA's Forgotten Watergate Player.
I've also uploaded more CIA histories and added them to the list.
Finally, another batch of shirts has gone out. =)