Joe McMoneagle is a decorated, retired Army officer and former remote viewer (clairvoyant) for the U.S. government’s once top secret, Star Gate “psychic spy” program, declassified in 1995. Millions of Americans have seen him on ABC-TV, or read about his exploits in Time and Newsweek.
Few know that Joe had a twin sister Margaret who shared his psychic ability. Twins often grow up very close emotionally. They’re raised in the same way by parents, burdened with the same academic expectations by teachers, and treated as clones by classmates. Their lives are forcibly intertwined. The day Joe’s twin sister Margaret suffered the heart attack that later proved fatal, he was hundreds of miles away, working as a contractor on a house.
“It was a beautiful day, cool, perfect for work, and about 10:00 A.M. in the middle of the week – all the reasons not to quit working,” he told me. “But I suddenly had this overwhelming feeling that my twin sister was trying to contact me. I put away all my tools, paid all the help for a full day, and left the job. I got home three minutes before the call from the hospital in Florida telling me that my sister was in bad shape from a massive coronary. My wife and I drove down to Florida right away, and I got to see her about a week before she died. I’m absolutely certain she called out to me.”
Margaret’s early psychic gifts came at a high price. Joe remembers Margaret admitting to him when she was twelve or thirteen that she could tell what people were thinking. He told her that he too sometimes had telepathy, but they made a pact not to talk about it. She eventually told their mother and an aunt, and they took her to a doctor who ended up medicating her, then later diagnosing her as schizophrenic. To this day, Joe believes that there was nothing wrong with Margaret, and that the doctor’s mistaken diagnosis and treatment put her in an institution.
Topping the worry list for most people is the possibility of family or close friends suffering death, serious illness or an accident. So it’s not surprising to find that three out of ten psychic messages we receive about family and friends concern death, and four out of ten deliver news of accidents.
(One of 200+ ESP cases found in The Gift)