John Mack: According to Dick Farley, former aide to
Jones, Laurance Rockefeller funnelled "$194,000 to
Harvard- affiliated ’Center for Psychology and Social Change,’
via the Washington, D.C. chartered ’Human Potential Foundation, Inc.’in the 1993-1994 period.
Mack’s group then started ’PEER’
(Program for Exceptional Experience Research) and operated an
’alien abductee support group’ who, among other functions they
served, became fodder for Dr. Mack’s 1994 ’Abductions.’"
According to Donna Bassett, who infiltrated Mack’s abductee
support group, the Center for Psychology and Social Change
(co-founded by Robert Jay Lifton) receives $250,000 a year from
Rockefeller. Rockefeller also gave $194,000 to PEER (Program for
Extraordinary Experience Research), along with various other
donations. According to Bassett, Mack claims to have received
funding from an ex-CIA source
Kit Green Director of General Motor’s Biomedical Research
department. Attended closed meetings with Dr. Igor Smirnov,
under the auspices of his membership in the National Academy of
Sciences panel on 21st Century Army Technologies. (Defense
Electronics, 7/93. Reprinted in Flatland)
Smirnov gave a series of closed meetings in Northern Virginia,
starting on 3/17/93, to the FBI, CIA,
DIA, and ARPA concerning
Russian developments with a device that allegedly implanted
thoughts in a subject’s mind. The FBI was considering using this
device to implant the voice of God in David Koresh’s mind,
telling him to surrender.
Other, non-intelligence participants included Dr. Richard
Nakamura of the National Institute of Health [I think he may now
be the director].
This technology was supposedly used by the Russians against
civilians in Afghanistan, and possibly on the Red Army to
prepare them for battle.
The American rights to this technology is owned by a Richmond,
Virginia company called Psycotechnologies Corp. (Defense
Electronics, 7/93. Reprinted in Flatland #11)
Haiti - The chaos in Haiti grows so bad that President Clinton
has no choice but to remove the Haitian military dictator, Raoul
Cedras, on threat of U.S. invasion. The U.S. occupiers do not
arrest Haiti’s military leaders for crimes against humanity, but
instead ensure their safety and rich retirements. Aristide is
returned to power only after being forced to accept an agenda
favorable to the country’s ruling class.
February 28, beginning of 51 day siege on the Branch Davidians
at Waco Texas, which ended in the death of more than 80 people.
Until this incident, the electromagnetic weapons had kept a very
low profile. But in the documentary video, "Waco: The Big Lie
Continues", footage from the British Broadcasting (BBC) shows at
least three EM weapons used by U.S. government agents.
the noise generators used against the Davidians.
powerful strobe light, shown during a nighttime sequence.
the third was the Russian psycho-acoustic weapon, considered,
but agents deny use of this weapon against the Waco people.
agents met with Dr. Igor Smirnov in Arlington VA to discuss the
possibility of using the weapon against the Davidians. (From "A
Subliminal Dr. Strangelove", by Dorinda Elliot and
Newsweek, Aug 22, 1994)
Janet Reno is also publicly connected to John Alexander (eg, the
recent "Non-Lethal Warfare" conference).
See also: The Man Who Knew Too Much - What really happened at
Carlos Ghigliotti thought he had the answer, and now he’s
dead. Was he a victim of conspiracy, or his own obsession? - Ghigliotti, an expert in thermal imaging, was retained by the
House Government Reform Committee last year to probe allegations
that FBI agents--despite their vehement assertions to the
contrary--had fired their weapons at members of the Branch Davidian sect, trapping helpless women and children inside the
burning compound on April 19, 1993. Last fall I had quoted him
in The Post as saying that infrared surveillance tapes--as well
as regular videos made by the media--contained proof that the
FBI fired: "The gunfire . . . is there, without a doubt."
In March he was finalizing his report to Congress, and he also
had been advising attorneys waging a $100 million wrongful death
suit against the government on behalf of the Davidians and their
heirs. "I still have a lot of shocking evidence to show you," he
wrote in a March 28 letter to Michael Caddell, the lead attorney
in that case.
When his body was discovered, Ghigliotti’s office got the
scrutiny that Vince Foster’s warranted after his suicide. Police
sealed the premises and carted off computers and files. Rep. Dan
Burton (R-Ind.), whose committee had retained Ghigliotti, called
for "a full and thorough investigation." The Justice
Department’s special counsel on Waco, John C. Danforth, asked a
federal court to take control of all evidence from Ghigliotti’s
I’d spent hours in that workshop, reviewing tapes on his
eight-monitor JVC video console, looking for evidence of
government perfidy in grainy images, debating theories while his
beloved cats, Simone and Sipowicz, lolled at our feet.
could be exasperating--brusque, inflexible and short-tempered, a
fireplug of a guy who carried himself like a street fighter--but
he had a soft side. More than once he admitted to breaking down
in tears while examining Waco evidence. Someone had to speak for
the dead, he told me. He believed with all his heart that he had
finally uncovered the Truth. "I’ve solved the case," he
announced during one of his calls in March, urging me to come
once again to his lab to review videotapes. "I know exactly what
happened." But I was busy on other stories and never made it
back. Now there was one more mystery to unravel: Was Carlos the
final victim of Waco?
The Russian government is offering to share with the United
States in a bilateral Center for Psychotechnologies the Soviet
mind-control technology developed during the 1970s. The work was
funded by the Department of Psycho-Correction at the Moscow
"Acoustic psycho-correction involves the transmission of
specific commands via static or white noise bands into the human
The Russian experts, among them former
KGB General George Kotov,
present in a paper a list of software and hardware available for
$80,000. (From Opal article, "U.S. Explores Russian Mind Control
High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program,
The HAARP Program is jointly managed by the US Air Force and the
US Navy, and is based in Gakona, Alaska. It is designed to
"understand, simulate and control ionospheric processes that
might alter the performance of communication and surveillance
The HAARP system intends to beam 3.6 Gigawatts of
effective radiated power of high frequency radio energy into the
ionosphere in order to (all of which may be disinformation):
Generate extremely low frequency (ELF) waves for communicating
with submerged submarines
Conduct geophysical probes to identify and characterize natural
ionospheric processes so that techniques can be developed to
mitigate or control them
Generate ionospheric lenses to focus large amounts of high
frequency energy, thus providing a means of triggering ionospheric processes that potentially could be exploited for
Department of Defense purposes
Electron acceleration for infrared (IR) and other optical
emissions which could be used to control radio wave propagation
Generate geomagnetic field aligned ionization to control the
reflection/scattering properties of radio waves
Use oblique heating to produce effects on radio wave
propagation, thus broadening the potential military applications
of ionospheric enhancement technology
During 1993, John Alexander and his team were working with
The Republicans win a majority of the seats [i.e. take control]
of the US House of Representatives.
The US joins the WTO.
By controlling the nature of the magnetic fields, causing them
to simulate brain patterns, Persinger is able to stimulate
strong emotions and hallucinations, including the illusion of
touch and movement.
(Blackmore, Susan, "Alien Abduction: The
Inside Story", New Scientist, 11/19/94, pg 29-31. Persinger is
shown demonstrating this device on the British TV show Horizon
entitled "Close Encounters", written and narrated by
Susan Blackmore. For their efforts, both Persinger and
been accused of being in
Persinger was on the Board of Advisors for the False Memory
Syndrome Foundation. Informal advisor to SRI’s remote viewing
As of 1994, Smirnov has worked at Moscow’s
Psycho-Correction, using subliminal technology as therapy for
drug abusers and others. The Institute has been strapped for
cash after the the fall of the Soviet Union, but it has refused
to accept business from the Russian Mafia.
(Elliott, Dorinda and
Barry, John, "A Subliminal Dr. Strangelove", Newsweek, 8/22/94,
However, Smirnov works with the
Foundation and John Alexander.
Note: I’m not sure how
Smirnov’s device is supposed to work.
Later reports claim it would work using inaudible, subliminal
suggestions (spliced into phone conversations in the case of
David Koresh). The device is definitely supposed to make the
subject "hear" voices, as the FBI wanted to use Charlton Heston
as the voice of God. This is definitely a different strategy
from other subliminal techniques, which are designed to produce
With a technique called "gene tracking,"
Dr. Garth Nicolson at
the MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston, TX discovers that
returning Desert Storm veterans are infected with an altered
strain of Mycoplasma incognitus, a microbe commonly used in the
production of biological weapons. Incorporated into its
molecular structure is 40 percent of the HIV protein coat,
indicating that it had been man-made.
Senator John D. Rockefeller issues a report revealing that for
at least 50 years the Department of Defense has used hundreds of
thousands of military personnel in human experiments and for
intentional exposure to dangerous substances. Materials included
mustard and nerve gas, ionizing radiation, psychochemicals,
hallucinogens, and drugs used during the Gulf War .
During the summer of 1994, U.S. military aircraft began dropping
a gel substance on the tiny town of Oakville near the Pacific
coast. Everybody in town came down with flu and pneumonia-like
symptoms. Some people were hospitalized and remained ill for
months. Pets and barnyard animals died. The police chief was
patrolling the town one morning at 3 a.m. when a deluge of
sticky stuff coated the windshield of his patrol car. He cleaned
the goo with rubber gloves but just breathing it made him
deathly ill. By afternoon he had major trouble breathing.
The gel material was tested by a number of government and
private labs which found human blood cells and nasty bacteria,
including a modified version of pseudonomas fluorescens, cited
in over 160 military papers as an experimental biowarfare
bacteria. Unsolved Mysteries aired the story on national
television in May, 1997. Several Oakville citizens reported
bizarre encounters with FEMA officials and intelligence
personnel from Fort Hood Texas -- home of the Black Hawk unit.
These spooks made repeated visits to Oakville, probing people
about their health and reportedly intimidating those who had
been interviewed on television.
Dr. John E. Mack:
"I will stress once again that we do not know
the source from which the UFOs or the alien beings come (whether
or not, for example, they originate in the physical universe as
modern astrophysics has described it). But they manifest in the
physical world and bring about definable consequences in that
Abduction - Human Encounters With Aliens,
Mack, J., New
York: Scribners, 1994.
Dr. John E. Mack, Professor of psychiatry
at The Cambridge Hospital, Harvard Medical School, and founding
director of the Center for Psychology and Social Change. A 1977
Pulitzer Prize winner for his biography of Lawrence of Arabia.
I told an audience at the annual meeting of the
American Physical Society about the hilarious claims that Eldon
Byrd made in court concerning important projects he’d been
working on as a parapsychologist. One was a wrist watch that
would protect the lucky wearer against the deadly effects of
hair dryers and electric razors that bombard the brain with
those 60-Hertz electrical waves. The watch would sense the
phase of the offending waves and generate an opposing field
to protect the subject.... But by far the best laugh of the
trial was generated by Byrd when he proudly announced
that, as a result of reading and believing the book, The
Secret Life of Plants, he had a project going to train
seaweed so that it could warn naval divers of danger."
Randi Hotline, 3/27/95
SAIC Military contractor, located in California. Click here for
their home page. [I couldn’t find anything on remote viewing.]
SAIC took over the research aspect of the remote-viewing program
from SRI when director Ed Mayand his
Cognitive Sciences Laboratorymoved there in 1991.
"SAIC, previously indicted on ten felony fraud counts by the
Justice Department relating to its management of a Superfund
toxic cleanup site, has several prominent board members: Admiral
Bobby Inman, former NSA Director and Deputy Director of the
Melvin Laird, Richard Nixon’s Defense Secretary; and retired
General Max Thurman, Commander of the Panama Invasion. Previous
board members include: Robert Gates, former CIA Director;
William Perry, current  Secretary of Defense; and
John Deutch, current  CIA Director."
SAIC owns Network Solutions, Inc. (NSI), which in September,
1995 took over control of Internet Domain Name registration from
the National Science Foundation. ("Spooks Spook Net Users",
Paranoia, Issue 12, pg 26)
SAIC is also working with non-lethal weapons, but I haven’t
heard any details. (Brandt, Daniel, "Mind Control and the Secret
U.S. Government admits that it had offered Japanese war
criminals and scientists who had performed human medical
experiments salaries and immunity from prosecution in exchange
for data on biological warfare research.
Dr. Garth Nicolson, uncovers evidence that the biological agents
used during the Gulf War had been manufactured in Houston, TX
and Boca Raton, Fl and tested on prisoners in the Texas
Department of Corrections.
The Federal Building in Oklahoma City, OK is bombed and
virtually destroyed. 168 people are killed.
The US Congress fails to pass a budget, and the US Government
temporarily ’shuts down.’
"The knowledge of such an energy production method is crucial
for the future of mankind. The UFO observation reports tells us
that ambitious, entirely new, solutions are possible [underlined
in the original]. This is very important." From a letter to
Marie Galbraith, November 26, 1995.
Dr. Poher earned a Ph.D. in
astronomy, was an expert in aeronautics, and astronautics, an
engineer at the French Space Agency (CNES) for thirty years,
specializing in rocket propulsion and nuclear space energy;
former Chairman of many working groups in the International Astronautical Federation; founder of
GEPAN in May 1977 and its
first Director until 1979. Before creating GEPAN, he had studied
the UFO phenomenon for many years and had access to French
military and police UFO files, including classified reports.
NIDS established: At one point, millionaire Robert Bigelow
offered to provide funding to the tune of a million dollars for
a cooperative research effort of the "big three" of ufology -
MUFON (Mutual UFO Network), CUFOS (Center for UFO Studies), and
FUFOR (Fund for UFO Research). This effort, sometimes referred
to as "the Coalition" fell apart, reportedly when
to control the direction of the group. UFO skeptic
reportedly accused John Alexander of causing the break-up,
although Alexander denies it.
NIDS É Maccabee has recently worked with The National Institute
for Discovery Sciences, and probably worked with or near Eldon
Byrd, as the two both worked at the Naval Surface Weapons Center
at the same time.
Courtney Brown: Author of
Voyage, Dutton, 1996.
trained in remote-viewing by Ed Dames, and took courses at the
Brown’s book details his psychic conversations with aliens, and
repeats allegations similar to those made by Dames, Ingo Swann,
Joe McMoneagle, and others. Among them:
Martians live among us, and seek our help to return home. They
live in South America and under the mountain Santa Fe Baldy
Brown psychically contacted
Jesus, Guru Dev, and Buddha
The idea for the Star Trek TV series was inspired by aliens to
get humanity accustomed to the idea of working with alien races
in a Federation
Specific plot elements of the Star Trek: Next Generation series
were suggested to someone on the show via an implanted telepathy
Many of Dames’ claims concerning the Martians are presented in
Brown’s book, but Brown implies that this is the first time any
of this has been revealed to the remote viewers, even though the
sessions took place in 1994 and Dames made similar claims as
early as 1993 (see Stark, Debby, "Talking to Ed Dames", NM MUFON
News, June/July 1993
Courtney Brown founded the
Farsight Institute in 1995. The
Institute teaches a Scientific Remote Viewing course called "Farsight
Voyager", which costs around $3,000.00. Here’s the Institute’s
Radin is currently working with Joe McMoneagle, in a project
involved with remote-viewing future technology. (Compuserve On
Line Conversation w/ Joe McMoneagle, 1/4/96)
Edgar Mitchell briefed then CIA director George Bush on the
activities and results of the
Institute of Noetic Sciences.
(Mitchell, Edgar, The Way of the Explorer, GP Putnam’s Sons,
1996, pg 91)
Department of Defense admits that Desert Storm soldiers were
exposed to chemical agents.
William Clinton is re-elected. He defeats Kansas Senator,
"Bob" Dole. Clinton’s VP is Albert "Al" Gore.
In April, 1997, millionaire Robert Bigelow donated $3.7 million
dollars to the University of Nevada to found the Bigelow Chair
of Consciousness Studies, which allows students to take
undergraduate courses dealing with parapsychology for college
credit. These courses are related, though not formally linked,
to Dean Radin’s research at the University’s Consciousness
Research Laboratory, which Bigelow once funded.
Tart is currently teaching at the University of Las Vegas as
part of Robert Bigelow’s Bigelow Chair of Consciousness Studies.
(Patton, Natalie; "UNLV recruits authority in ESP", Las Vegas
Eighty-eight members of Congress sign a letter demanding an
investigation into bioweapons use & Gulf War Syndrome.
In June, a jury convicted Timothy McVeigh of the 1995 bombing of
the Oklahoma City Federal Building.
Anthony Blair (Labour, Sedgefield) becomes the British Prime
Rancher William Wallace was plowing his fields near Kettle Falls
Washington when a U.S. Navy Intruder swooped down and sprayed
him with a fine mist. He became so deathly sick he could not
lift his arm above his head for days. He lost his job because of
his illness. His cat’s face became paralyzed and actually began
to dissolve until it died. Wallace went to the CBS affiliate in
Spokane with his story. Two days later, a turbo prop aircraft
dived over his house spraying something that made him and his
family ill again. Wallace told chemtrail investigator
Thomas he felt this was a warning to "shut up." The
affiliate in Spokane finally did a two-part news interview with
Wallace in the spring of 1999.
In Southern Idaho near the town of Caldwell, seven healthy
people died in their sleep when their lungs collapsed. All were
in perfect health. An article in the Arizona Republic noted that
people had suspicions that officials might be covering something
up. Two years later an eye-witness report was filed about a dark
fibrous material falling on Caldwell homes, cars and lawns
shortly before the mysterious deaths occurred. Residents said
the material looked like feces.
Medical journalist Ermina Cassani has investigated nation-wide
reports of such biological waste being dropped on neighborhoods
from low-flying planes. Cassani investigated over 30 different
yuk drops during the years 1998 and 1999. In 1998, she obtained
a sample that looked like dried blood from a Michigan house.
Examining this material, a University of Michigan lab found
pseudonomas fluorescens, the same bug used on Oakville. It can
cause horrible human infections including fatal shock, and
because of its glowing properties, it allows the military to
track its path.
"Of course it is possible that
UFO’s really do
contain aliens as many people believe, and the government is
hushing it up"
Comment by Hawking on C Span Television.
Hawking was the guest lecturer at the second Millennium Evening
at the White House on March 6, 1998.
My research has not been ’funded by U.S.
interests’. All of the money for our human research for the last
30 years has been from my personal income as a professor. The
only funding ($10,000) we ever obtained from the U.S. was from
the U.S. Navy, thanks to Eldon Byrd, to evaluate the effects of
0.5 Hz rotating magnetic fields upon the degranulation of mast
cells in the rat brain. The effect was small but statistically
(Letter to Wes Thomas, 1/6/99)
Terminal experiments are being carried out on Women, babies, men
of all ages.
George W. Bush loses the popular vote in the Presidential
election, but wins in the Electoral College. He was, as a
practical matter, declared winner. See, Bush v. Gore. People are
still debating whether what happened constituted Bush
George W. Bush "Sure I will," In a news conference on July 29,
2000, televised on CNN, George W. Bush reply when a citizen
asked if he would tell the public "what the hell is going on"
with UFOs. Bush indicated that vice-presidential candidate
Chaney would use his experience as Secretary of Defense to
address the issue.
On September 11th, terrorist activity prompts calls for
increased federal government action to quell both domestic and
international security concerns.
Portions of the US airport security system are nationalized
without significant objection. Armed soldiers are stationed at
On January 1st all members of the European Union (except
Denmark, Sweden, and the UK) begin to replace their traditional
physical currencies with the new Euro.
Enron, the nation’s seventh largest company, goes bust amidst
rumors of insider trading, document shredding, etc. Thousands of
people suffer large financial losses. Calls for federal
regulation of energy, business, securities, and the accounting
industry, etc, increase. At mid-January Senate hearings, the
outrage is palpable on "both sides of the aisle." By early
February, it is common knowledge that the Federal Government had
passed a law giving immunity to certain accountants and auditors
for the sorts of actions that resulted in the Enron collapse.
Criminal indictments and convictions follow.
The following provisions of the Federal Bill of Rights still do
not "apply to the States, [i.e., are not incorporated]:" the 2nd
Amendment; the Federal 3rd Amendment; the "Grand Jury
Indictment" clause of the Federal 5th Amendment; the Federal 7th
Amendment’s requirement of a jury trials in civil cases; and the
"Excessive Fines and Bail" clause of the Federal 8th Amendment.
By March, all EU countries [except Denmark, Sweden, and the UK]
have withdrawn their old national currencies from circulation.
While "Official Europe" moves toward closer federation, European
"anti-federalist" movements gain notoriety. In France, a well
known nationalist presidential candidate, Jean-Marie Le Pen,
gains substantial support.
By the end of June, it is clear that Enron is not the only US
company with bookkeeping issues. Telecommunications giant,
WorldComª admits that it improperly inflated its profit figures
for 15 months. The total inflation is estimated at 3.8 Billion
Dollars [$3.8 x 109]. Several other firms admit to accounting
irregularities as well.
The US refuses to submit its troops to the "war crimes"
jurisdiction of the new International Criminal Court.
In July, Yale Senior Research Fellow, Immanuel Wallerstein’s
"The Eagle Has Crash Landed" appears in the July/August issue of
Chicago Tribune October 10:
Army seeks to expand chemical,
biological drills; But critics fear possible effects around Utah
site By Judith Graham
- For 60 years, the U.S. military has
tested its ability to withstand chemical or biological attacks
at a desolate site in the Utah desert. Protective gear for
troops, heavy equipment such as tanks and aircraft, and
detection systems designed to signal an attack have all been run
through intense simulations, sometimes using active chemical and
biological agents. - Now, with a possible war with Iraq looming
on the horizon, the military plans to more than double its
testing at the 798,000-acre Dugway Proving Ground, 80 miles
southwest of Salt Lake City, and to vastly expand its
counterterrorism training activities at the site. The plans are
disclosed in a draft environmental impact statement issued by
Dugway, which has received little attention in Utah or
nationally. The statement indicates that the Army facility wants
to expand biological defense testing from an average of 11
events a year to 26, and boost chemical defense testing from 30
events a year to 70. Counterterrorism training would go from two
events to 58 events a year.
The Pentagon last week revealed that the United
States secretly tested chemical and biological weapons on
American soil, possibly exposing thousands of civilians in
Hawaii, Florida, and Alaska to toxic agents. Roughly 5,500
servicemen were involved in the tests, also conducted in
Maryland, Florida, and Utah, from 1962 to 1973. More than 50
veterans are seeking compensation for related health problems,
but Pentagon and Veterans Affairs officials say they have yet to
make the link between their symptoms and exposure to the
biological "simulants" like E. coli, a bacterium believed at the
time to be harmless. One of the agents used, Bacillus globigii,
has since been found to cause infections in people with weakened
"The reasoning behind all of these," says
William Winkenwerder, the Pentagon’s top health official, "is
not altogether clear from the record that we have."
Will it ever
The Army has acknowledged that between 1949 and 1969, 239
populated areas from coast to coast were blanketed with various
organisms during tests designed to measure patterns of
dissemination in the air, weather effects, dosages, optimum
placement of the source and other factors. Testing over such
areas was supposedly suspended after 1969, but there is no way
to be certain of this. In any event, open air spraying continued
at Dugway Proving Ground in Utah.