This timeline - prepared by a researcher ["JH"] of our Quantum
Future School with many linked sources - barely scratches the
It is our hope that readers will do additional research and
provide us with more links and connections to this spider web of
Cosmic COINTELPRO that has blanketed the Earth with lies,
deception, confusion, and tricks and traps - the magnets of
impending Global Destruction.
A far more extensive timeline could be created by including the
information from Freddy Silva's book on Crop Circles, Richard
Dolan's book on UFOs and the National Security State, and the
research included in the Adventures Series. The reader will also
want to read "To
Be or Not to Be" for more background.
We will continue to
work on the project in hopes that by seeing the various threads
together, more people will realize just how it all connects and how
totally we have been duped, and how evil the plans of the
Controllers truly are.
Laura Knight-Jadczyk & Dr. Arkadiusz Jadczyk
Dr. Cornelius Rhoads - under the auspices of the Rockefeller
Institute for Medical Investigations - infects human subjects
with cancer cells. He later goes on to establish the U.S. Army
Biological Warfare facilities in Maryland, Utah, and Panama, and
is named to the U.S. Atomic Energy Commission. While there, he
begins a series of radiation exposure experiments on American
soldiers and civilian hospital patients.
The Tuskegee Syphilis Study begins. 200 black men diagnosed with
syphilis are never told of their illness, are denied treatment,
and instead are used as human guinea pigs in order to follow the
progression and symptoms of the disease. They all subsequently
die from syphilis. Their families were never told that they
could have been treated.
Humanist Manifesto is
published with 34 prominent signatories at the time.
(A) "A method for Remote Control of Electrical Stimulation of
the Nervous System", a monograph by Drs. E.L. Chaffee and R.U.
(B) Experiments in Distant Influence, a book by Soviet Professor
Leonid L. Vasiliev. He also wrote the article "Critical
Evaluation of the Hypnogenic Method" concerning the work of Dr.
I. F. Tomashevsky on experiments in remote control of the brain.
Pellagra Incident. After millions of individuals die from
Pellagra over a span of 2 decades, the U.S. Public Health
Service finally acts to stem the disease. The director of the
agency admits it had known for at least 20 years that Pellagra
is caused by a niacin deficiency, but failed to act since most
of the deaths occurred within poverty-stricken black
400 prisoners in Chicago are infected with malaria in order to
study the effects of new and experimental drugs to combat the
disease. Nazi doctors later on trial at Nuremberg cite this
American study to defend their own actions during the Holocaust.
Chemical Warfare Services begins mustard gas experiments on
approximately 4,000 servicemen. The experiments continue until
1945 and made use of Seventh Day Adventists who chose to become
human guinea pigs rather than serve on active duty.
In response to Japan's full-scale germ warfare program, the U.S.
begins research on biological weapons at Fort Detrick, MD.
U.S. Navy uses human subjects to test gas masks and clothing.
Individuals were locked in a gas chamber and exposed to mustard
gas and lewisite.
(A) After World War II, the Allies discovered the
been developing a "death ray" utilizing very short radio waves
focused into a high power beam. Tests were done on animals. The
Japanese denied ever testing it on humans. (From the Strategic
Bombing Survey, Imperial War Museum, London. Cited with
photocopies in "Japanese Death Ray", by Peter Lewis,
Resonance#11, pp 5-9)
Project Paperclip is initiated. The U.S. State Department,
Army intelligence, and the CIA recruit Nazi scientists and offer
them immunity and secret identities in exchange for work on
top-secret government projects in the United States.
"Program F" is implemented by the U.S. Atomic Energy
Commission (AEC). This is the most extensive U.S. study of the
health effects of fluoride, which was the key chemical component
in atomic bomb production. One of the most toxic chemicals known
to man, fluoride causes marked adverse effects to the central
nervous system. But much of the information is squelched in the
name of "national security" because of fear that lawsuits would
undermine full-scale production of atomic bombs.
Patients in VA hospitals are used as guinea pigs for medical
experiments. In order to allay suspicions, the order is given to
change the word "experiments" to "investigations" or
"observations" whenever reporting a medical study performed in
one of the Nation's veteran's hospitals.
(A) Colonel E.E. Kirkpatrick of the U.S. Atomic Energy
Commission issues a secret document (Document 07075001, January
8, 1947) stating that the agency will begin administering
intravenous doses of radioactive substances to human subjects.
(B) The CIA begins its study of LSD as a potential weapon for
use by American intelligence. Human subjects (both civilian and
military) are used with-and-without their knowledge.
(A) The Department of Defense begins plans to
weapons in desert areas and monitor downwind residents for
medical problems and mortality rates.
(B) In an experiment to determine how susceptible an American
city would be to biological attack, the U.S. Navy sprays a cloud
of bacteria from ships over San Francisco. Monitoring devices
are situated throughout the city in order to test the extent of
infection. Many residents become ill with pneumonia-like
(C) The French conducted research on infrasonic weapons (from
"The Road From Armageddon", by Peter Lewis, Resonance#13, pp
(D) The newly-formed CIA initiated studies in mind-control
programs in 1950 with Project Bluebird (rechristened
"Artichoke") in 1951. To establish a ' cover story' for this
research, the CIA funded a propaganda effort designed to
convince the World that the Communist Bloc had devised insidious
new methods of re-shaping the human will. The CIA's own efforts
could therefore - if exposed - be explained as an attempt to
"catch up" with Soviet and Chinese work.
The primary promoter of this 'line' was one
Edward Hunter, a CIA
contract employee operating undercover as a journalist and - later
- a prominent member of the John Birch society.
offered 'brainwashing' as the explanation for the numerous
confessions signed by American prisoners of war during the
Korean War and (generally) UN-recanted upon the prisoners'
repatriation. These confessions alleged that the United States
used germ warfare in the Korean conflict - a claim which the
American public of the time found impossible to accept.
years later, however, investigative reporters discovered that
Japan's germ warfare specialists (who had wreaked incalculable
terror on the conquered Chinese during WWII) had been mustered
into the American national security apparatus. And the knowledge
gleaned from Japan's horrifying germ warfare experiments
probably WAS used in Korea just as the ' brainwashed' soldiers
Thus, we now know that the entire brainwashing scare of the
1950s constituted a CIA hoax perpetrated upon the American
CIA deputy director Richard Helms admitted as much when
in 1963, he told the Warren Commission that "Soviet mind-control
research consistently lagged years behind American efforts."
(A) Alfred Hubbard first tries
LSD. An OSS officer in WWII,
Hubbard first took LSD in 1951 and proceeded to "turn on"
several individuals prominent in LSD research including Dr.
Humphrey Osmond, Myron Stolaroff , and Aldous Huxley, earning
him the title of "the Johnny Appleseed of LSD" (Lee, Martin and
Schlain, Bruce, Acid Dreams, Grove Press, 1985, pg 44).
Circa 1951, Hubbard later did undercover work for several
agencies including the FDA and FBI. He reportedly tried (and
failed) to "turn on" J. Edgar Hoover. He introduced LSD to many
high-ranking intelligence officers. In the early 1950s, he
refused an offer to join the CIA (Lee and Schlain, pg 52). In
all, it is estimated that Hubbard introduced LSD to over 6,000
individuals. He worked until 1965 at the
International Foundation for Advanced
Study (mis-identified here, I think, as the
International Federation for Advanced Studies) (Fahey, Todd
Brendan, The Original Captain Trips", High Times, November
Fahey describes Hubbard's work at SRI differently, placing him
with the Alternative Futures Project which sought to "turn on"
the World's political and business leaders. He left SRI in 1974
and died on August 31, 1982 (Fahey).
(B) The Department of Defense begins open air tests using
disease-producing bacteria and viruses. Tests last through 1969
and there is concern that people in the surrounding areas have
(A) As a child in 1952,
Jack Sarfatti claims to have received
phone calls from the mechanical voice of a conscious computer
aboard a spaceship, recruiting him along with 400 others for
some special project. These calls have similarities to the
mechanical voice which talked to
Andrijah Puharich via his tape
recorder. Sarfatti was later associated with Puharich. Puharich
first contacts "The Nine" - a group of channeled being via a
(B) During the
CIA's MK-ULTRA mind-control program,
briefed the intelligence community on his work to map out the
brains of animals using implanted electrodes. He abandoned this
line of work because he felt it was unethical.
John Lilly studied the effects of sensory deprivation tanks and
also briefed the intelligence community with his progress. Lilly
refused to let any of his work be classified and ended up
leaving the National Institute of Health when he found that he
could not work without the interference of the Government.
(C) Project Moonstruck/CIA:
Electronic implants in brain and teeth
Targeting: Long range
Implanted during surgery or surreptitiously during abduction
Frequency range: HF - ELF transceiver implants
Purpose: Tracking, mind & behavior control, conditioning,
programming, covert operations
Functional Basis: Electronic Stimulation of the Brain ( E.S.B.)
(A) John C. Lilly - when asked by the director of the National
Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) to brief the Central
Intelligence Agency (CIA), Federal Bureau of Investigation
(FBI), National Security Agency (NSA), and the various military
intelligence services on his work using electrodes to stimulate
directly the pleasure and pain centers in the brain - refused.
"Dr. Antione Redmond - using our techniques in Paris
- has demonstrated that this method of stimulation on the brain
can be applied to the human without help of the neurosurgeon ...
This means that anybody with the proper apparatus can carry this
out covertly with no external signs that electrodes have been
used in that person. I feel that if this technique got into the
hands of a secret agency, they would have total control over a
human being and be able to change his beliefs extremely quickly,
leaving little evidence of what they had done."
Control and the American Government", by Martin Cannon in
Lobster#23, pp 2-10. Cannon quotes Lilly from his book The
Scientist, Berkeley, Ronin publishers, 1988, also Bantam Books
1981. Research by Peter Lewis.)
[note: After a statement like that of Dr. Lilly's, how long do
you think it would take the agencies, FBI, CIA, NSA, etc. to
contact Dr. Redmond in Paris?]
(B) Project MK-ULTRA/ CIA:
Drugs, electronics and electroshock
Targeting: Short range
Frequencies: VHF HF UHF modulated at ELF
Transmission and Reception: Local production
Purpose: Programming behavior, creation of "cyborg" mentalities
Effects: narcoleptic trance, programming by suggestion
Pseudonym: Project Artichoke
Functional Basis: Electronic Dissolution of Memory, E.D.O.M. (Disinfo???)
When the CIA's mind-control program was transferred from the
Office of Security to the Technical Services Staff (TSS) in
1953, the name changed again to MK-ULTRA.
Later still, in 1962,
mind-control research was transferred to the Office of Research
and Development; project cryptonyms remain unrevealed. What was
studied? Everything including hypnosis, conditioning, sensory
deprivation, drugs, religious cults, microwaves, psychosurgery,
brain implants, and even ESP. When MK-ULTRA "leaked" to the
public during the great CIA investigations of the 1970s, public
attention focused most heavily on drug experimentation and the
work with ESP.
Mystery still shrouds another area of study
- the area which seems to have most interested ORD:
(C) Martin Cannon, The Controllers: A New Hypothesis of Alien
"The MK-ULTRA program was a covert behavior modification program
run by the CIA in the early 1950s with the purpose of finding
ways to make men more suggestible and involving the use of pain,
drugs, and hypnosis on unsuspecting human guinea pigs.
(D) The first person to publicly expose the CIA's use of
"pain-drug-hypnosis" was L. Ron Hubbard, the founder of
Scientology who wrote in his 1951 book Science of Survival that
it had become so extensively employed in espionage work that it
was long past the time that people should have become alarmed
"Mr. Hubbard's statement was found to be true in the 1970s when
the CIA's program became public knowledge after the Freedom of
Information Act enabled investigators to document the agency's
inhumane and grotesque experiments on human subjects.
ensuing outcry over the use of mind-bending drugs - which
combined with electric shock caused the deaths or maiming of
untold numbers of people - drew comparisons between the CIA and
the infamous Nazi doctors and led to Congressional hearings into
the intelligence agency." - email@example.com (probably from
the Scientology Guardians Organization).
(E) U.S. military releases clouds of zinc cadmium sulfide gas
over Winnipeg, St. Louis, Minneapolis, Fort Wayne, the Monocacy
River Valley in Maryland, and Leesburg, Virginia. Their intent
is to determine how efficiently they could disperse chemical
(F) Joint Army-Navy-CIA experiments are conducted in which
tens-of-thousands of people in New York and San Francisco are
exposed to the airborne germs Serratia marcescens and Bacillus
(A) (circa) Dr Louis West, friends with
Aldous Huxley. It was Huxley
who suggested that West combine LSD and hypnosis in his
experiments (Lee, Martin, and Schlain, Bruce, Acid Dreams, Grove
Press, 1985, pg 48). West was an Air Force Major, chairman of
the Psychiatry Department of UCLA, director of the Neuro-Psychiatric
Institute, and an expert in hypnosis.
West was a veteran of the CIA's MK-ULTRA mind-control program
and worked on interrogation techniques using hypnosis and LSD.
West once killed an elephant by grossly overestimating a dose of
LSD (elsewhere, I have heard that the tranquilizers required to
calm the animal caused its death). West also studied the
returning American POWs from Korea for the effects of
brainwashing (Scheflin, Alan and Opton, Edward Jr., The Mind
Manipulators, Paddington Press Ltd, 1978, pg 149-50).
(B) Morris K. Jessup published The Case For the UFO.
(C) The CIA - in an experiment to test its ability to infect
human populations with biological agents - releases a bacteria
withdrawn from the Army's biological warfare arsenal over Tampa
(D) Army Chemical Corps continues LSD research, studying its
potential use as a chemical incapacitating agent. More than
1,000 Americans participate in the tests, which continued until
U.S. military releases mosquitoes infected with Yellow Fever
over Savannah, GA and Avon Park, FL. Following each test, Army
agents posing as public health officials test victims for
It has now been documented that millions of doses of LSD were
produced and disseminated under the aegis of the CIA's Operation
MK-ULTRA. LSD became the drug of choice within the agency
itself, and was passed out freely to friends of the family
including a substantial number of OSS veterans.
For instance, it
was OSS Research and Analysis Branch veteran Gregory Bateson who
"turned on" the Beat poet Allen Ginsberg to a U.S. Navy LSD
experiment in Palo Alto, California. Not only Ginsberg but also
novelist Ken Kesey and the original members of the Grateful Dead
rock group opened the doors of perception courtesy of the Navy.
The guru of the 'psychedelic revolution' - Timothy Leary - first heard about hallucinogens in 1957 from Life magazine
(whose publisher Henry Luce was often given Government acid like
many other opinion shapers), and began his career as a CIA
At a 1977 "reunion" of acid pioneers, Leary
openly admitted, "everything I am, I owe to the foresight of the
CIA.'' [Michael J. Minnicino, "The New Dark Age, The Frankfurt
School, and 'Political Correctness'", Fidelio, v1 #1]
(A) Project Argus
Between August and September 1958, the US Navy exploded 3
fission-type nuclear bombs 480 km above the South Atlantic Ocean
in the part of the lower Van Allen Belt closest to the Earth's
surface. In addition, 2 hydrogen bombs were detonated 160 km
over Johnston Island in the Pacific.
The military called this
"the biggest scientific experiment ever undertaken". It was
designed by the U.S. Department of Defense and the U.S. Atomic
Energy Commission, under the code name 'Project Argus'. The
purpose appears to be to assess the impact of high-altitude
nuclear explosions on radio transmission and radar operations
because of the electromagnetic pulse (EMP), and to increase
understanding of the geomagnetic field and the behavior of the
charged particles in it.
This gigantic experiment created new (inner) magnetic radiation
belts encompassing almost the whole Earth and injected
sufficient electrons and other energetic particles into the
ionosphere to cause worldwide effects. The electrons traveled
bac- and-forth along magnetic force lines, causing an artificial
"aurora" when striking the atmosphere near the North Pole.
(B) The U.S. Military planned to create a "telecommunications
shield" in the ionosphere, reported in 13-20 August 1961, Keesings Historisch Archief (K.H.A.). This shield would be
created "in the ionosphere at 3,000 km height by bringing into
orbit 350,000 million copper needles, each 2-4 cm long [total
weight 16 kg], forming a belt 10 km thick and 40 km wide, the
needles spaced about 100 m apart." This was designed to replace
the ionosphere "because telecommunications are impaired by
magnetic storms and solar flares."
The U.S. planned to add to
the number of copper needles if the experiment proved to be
successful. This plan was strongly opposed by the Intentional
Union of Astronomers.
(C) Project Orion/ USAF:
Drugs, hypnosis, and ESB
Targeting: Short range, in person
Frequencies: ELF Modulation
Transmission and Reception: Radar, microwaves, modulated at ELF
Purpose: Top-security personnel debriefing, programming, insure
security and loyalty
[StealthSkater note: Bob Lazar said that he was ordered to take
drugs that smelled like "pine" as part of his clearance to the
S4 projects. See
(D) While Lilly implies that he left the NIH because of
unethical government interference, his Communications Research
Institute (founded in the 1958 to study dolphins) was partially
funded by the Air Force, NASA, NIHM, the National Science
Foundation, and the Navy. He was assisted in this work by
While experimenting with sensory deprivation
and LSD and ketamine, Lilly came to believe that he was in
psychic contact with the aliens of what he called the "Earth
Coincidence Control Office". The aliens were guiding events in
Lilly's life to lead him to work with
dolphins, which were psychic
conduits between aliens and humans. The aliens are acting for
the survival of organic lifeforms against artificial
intelligences called "solid-state lifeforms".
(E) LSD is tested on 95 volunteers at the Army's Chemical
Warfare Laboratories for its effect on intelligence.
Huxley speeches in London on "Latent Human Potential".
COINTELPRO is kicked off and the games begin.
(A) MK-DELTA. CIA:
Fine-tuned electromagnetic subliminal programming
Targeting: Long Range
Frequencies: VHF HF UHF Modulated at ELF
Transmission and Reception: Television antennae, radio antennae,
power lines, mattress spring coils, modulation on 60-Hz wiring.
Purpose: programming behavior and attitudes in general
Effects: fatigue, mood swings, behavior dysfunction, and social
Pseudonym: "Deep Sleep", R.H.I.C.
(B) Hal Puthoff - according to author Jim Schnabel (and
confirmed by Dr. Puthoff) - served at the NSA in the early
1960s during his tour with the Navy (not the Army as McRae
reported) and later stayed on as a civillian. Joined SRI in 1971
as a specialist in laser physics. Served as an officer in the
Navy from 1960-63 at Ft. Meade.
(C) Headlines read,
"Khrushchev Says Soviets Will Cut Forces a
Third; Sees 'Fantastic Weapon' ". (From article of same title,
by Max Frankel, New York Times, Jan. 15, 1960, p.1 as cited in
"Tesla's Electromagnetics and Its Soviet Weaponization", paper
by T.E. Bearden.)
(D) The International Foundation for Advanced Study (IFAS) is
established. Founded by
Myron Stolaroff and Paul Kurtz
and located in Menlo Park, California. Studied the effects of
LSD and mescaline from 1961 to 1965. (Anderson, Walter Truett,
The Upstart Spring, Addison-Wesley Publishing, 1983) The
foundation also offered LSD therapy for $500 a session. In late
1961, the foundation released The Psychedelic Experience: A New
Concept in Psychotherapy. (Stevens, Jay, Storming Heaven,
Atlantic Monthly Press, 1987, pg 177-9)
Also involved with the IFAS were
Alfred Hubbard, Vice President
Willis Harman, Charles Savage,
Robert Mogar, James Fadiman, and Ethel Savage; with Hubbard
reportedly supplying the drugs (then legal for research).
(E) The Army Assistant Chief-of-Staff for Intelligence (ACSI)
authorizes field testing of LSD in Europe and the Far East.
Testing of the European population is code named Project "Third
Chance"; testing of the Asian population is code named Project
(A) The Esalen Institute was founded in 1964 by Mike Murphy and
Dick Price out of Murphy's family resort. Murphy and Price had
been running seminars at the resort beginning in 1962 with
speakers gathered through an expanding network of contacts,
beginning with Alan Watts,
Gregory Bateson, Gerald Heard,
and others. [see Anderson, Walter Truett,
The Upstart Spring,
Addison-Wesley Publishing, 1983 for an expansive history of Esalen]
While an engineering professor at Stanford University, Harman
led a 1962 conference on human potentiality at the
Institute called "The
Expanding Vision". Harman went on later to head IONS
with Astronaut Edgar Mitchell.
(B) Project Starfish
On July 9, 1962, the US began a further series of experiments
with the ionosphere. From their description:
"one kiloton device
at a height of 60 km, and one megaton and one multi-megaton at
several hundred kilometers height" (K.H.A., 29 June 1962). These
tests seriously disturbed the lower Van Allen Belt,
substantially altering its shape and intensity.
"In this experiment, the inner Van Allen Belt will be
practically destroyed for a period of time. Particles from the
Belt will be transported to the atmosphere. It is anticipated
that the Earth's magnetic field will be disturbed over long
distances for several hours, preventing radio communication. The
explosion in the inner radiation belt will create an artificial
dome of polar light that will be visible from Los Angeles" (K.H.A.
May 11, 1962).
"A Fijian Sailor - present at this nuclear explosion
- told me
that "the whole sky was on fire" and he thought it would be the
End of the World. This was the experiment which called forth the
strong protest of the Queen's Astronomer, Sir Martin Ryle in the
"The ionosphere [according to the under-standing at that time]
- that part of the atmosphere between 65 and 80 km and 280-320
km height - will be disrupted by mechanical forces caused by
the pressure wave following the explosion. At the same time,
large quantities of ionizing radiation will be released, further
ionizing the gaseous components of the atmosphere at this
height. This ionization effect is strengthened by the radiation
from the fission products...
"The lower Van Allen Belt, consisting of charged particles that
move along the geomagnetic field lines... will similarly be
disrupted. As a result of the explosion, this field will be
locally destroyed while countless new electrons will be
introduced into the lower belt" (K.H.A. 11 May 1962).
"On July 19... NASA announced that as a consequence of the high
altitude nuclear test of July 9, a new radiation belt had been
formed, stretching from a height of about 400 km to 1600 km; it
can be seen as a temporary extension of the lower Van Allen
Belt" (K.H.A. August 5,1962).
As explained in the Encyclopedia Britannica:
"... Starfish made a much wider belt [than Project Argus] that
extends from low altitude out past L=3 [i.e. three Earth
radiuses or about 13,000 km above the surface of the Earth]."
(B) Later in 1962, the USSR undertook similar planetary
experiments, creating 3 new radiation belts between 7,000 and
13,000 km above the Earth.
According to the Encyclopedia, the
electron fluxes in the lower Van Allen Belt have changed
markedly since the 1962 high-altitude nuclear explosions by the
US and USSR - never returning to their former state.
to American scientists, it could take many hundreds of years for
the Van Allen Belts to destabilize at their normal levels.
(Research done by: Nigel Harle, Borderland Archives,
Cortenbachstraat 32, 6136 C.H. Sittard, Netherlands.)
Hal Puthoff worked for 8 years in the Microwave Laboratory at
Stanford University till 1971
(A) "A project in the U.S. called
Project Pandora ... was
undertaken in which chimpanzees were exposed to microwave
The man who was in charge of this project said,
potential for exerting a degree of control on human behavior by
low level microwave radiation seems to exist" and he urged that
the effects of microwaves be studied for "possible weapons
(From "Electromagnetic Pollution: A Little Known
Health Hazard. A new means of control?" by Kim Besley, Great
Britain, p 14. Research from Woody Blue.)
In 1965, Koslov
- then a physicist at the Advanced Research
Projects Agency (ARPA) - suggested to Charles Weiss (head of
security at the State Department) that a "a sober and systematic
program of research" look into the "Moscow Signal", which was
caused by microwave radiation being beamed into the Moscow
This program eventually evolved into Project
Pandora, America's first research program into the possible
offensive, anti-personnel use of non-ionizing microwave
radiation. (Steneck, Nicholas H., The Microwave Debate, The MIT
Press, 1984, pg 94-5)
(B) A "Death Ray" weapon was developed by McFarlane Corporation.
Described as a modulated electron gun X-ray nuclear booster, it
could be adapted to communications, remote control and guidance
systems, EM radiation telemetry, and death ray.
claimed NASA stole the patent in 1965. Reported hearings before
the House Subcommittee on Department of Defense Appropriations,
chaired by Rep. George Mahon (Dem. - Texas). (From "Hearing
Voices" by Alex Constantine, Hustler, Jan. 1994, pp 102-104,
113, 120, 134. Research by Harlan Girard.)
(C) The CIA and Department of Defense begin Project MK-SEARCH
- a program to develop a capability to manipulate human behavior
through the use of mind-altering drugs.
(D) Prisoners at the Holmesburg State Prison in Philadelphia are
subjected to dioxin - the highly toxic chemical component of
Agent Orange used in Viet Nam. The men are later studied for
development of cancer which indicates that Agent Orange had been
a suspected carcinogen all along.
(A) CIA initiates Project MK-OFTEN
- a program to test the
toxicological effects of certain drugs on humans and animals.
(B) U.S. Army dispenses Bacillus subtilis variant niger
throughout the New York City subway system. More than a million
civilians are exposed when Army scientists drop lightbulbs
filled with the bacteria onto ventilation grates.
(C) Cleve Backster is a polygraph specialist who helped develop
interrogation techniques for the CIA. As of 1986, he ran a
polygraph instruction school and the Backster Research Foundaion
in San Diego. In February 1966, Backster recorded what he
believes to be emotional reactions in plants with a polygraph
machine. Called the "Backster Effect", the validity of this
phenomena is still debated.
CIA and Department of Defense implement Project MK-NAOMI - successor to MK-ULTRA and designed to maintain, stockpile, and
test biological and chemical weapons.
(A) Eldon Byrd Published a paper on the telemetry of brain waves
in the "Proceedings" of the International Telemetering
Conference, 1972. Byrd was a physical scientist at the Naval
Surface Weapons Center, White Oaks Laboratory, Silver Springs,
Maryland (1968- unknown, at least 1981) Byrd describes his work
with Naval Surface Weapons as "predicting what war will be like
in the future."
(B) Dr. Gordon J. F. MacDonald
- science advisor to President
Lyndon Johnson - wrote, "Perturbation of the environment can
produce changes in behavioral patterns." He was referring to
low-frequency EM waves in the ionosphere affecting human brain
wave patterns. (From his book, Unless Peace Comes, a Scientific
Forecast of New Weapons, cited in "New World Order ELF
Psychotronic Tyranny", a paper by C. B. Baker.)
(C) SPS: Solar Power Satellite Project
In 1968, the U.S. military proposed Solar Powered Satellites in
geostationary orbit some 40,000 km above the Earth, which would
intercept solar radiation using solar cells on satellites and
transmit it via a microwave beam to receiving antennas (called
rectennas) on Earth.
The U.S. Congress mandated the Department
of Energy and NASA to prepare an Environmental Impact Assessment
on this project, to be completed by June 1980 and costing $25
million. This project was designed to construct 60 Solar Powered
Satellites over a 30-year period at a cost between $500 and $800
thousand million (in 1968 dollars), providing 100 percent of the
US energy needs in the year 2025 at a cost of $3000 per kW.
that time, the project cost was 2-to-3 times larger than the
whole Department of Energy budget and the projected cost of the
electricity was well above the cost of most conventional energy
sources. The rectenna sites on Earth were expected to take up to
145 square kilometers of land and would preclude habitation by
any humans, animals, or even vegetation.
Each Satellite was to
be the size of Manhattan Island. [note: Sounds curiously like
the HAARP array, yes?]
(D) CIA experiments with the possibility of poisoning drinking
water by injecting chemicals into the water supply of the FDA in
(A) Charles Tart studied electrical engineering at MIT and
received a PhD in psychology from the University of North
Carolina. He taught humanistic and experimental psychology at
the University of California, Davis. Has served as Instructor in
Psychiatry at the University of Virginia Medical School, and as
Lecturer in Psychology at Stanford University.
His work has
dealt with parapsychology, sleep and dreaming, hypnosis, and
psychoactive drugs. [Tart, Charles, ed., Altered States of
Consciousness, Anchor Books, 1969, inside cover]
Dr. Robert MacMahan of the Department of Defense requests
from Congress $10 million to develop - within 5-to-10 years - a synthetic biological agent to which no natural immunity
(A) Zbigniew Brzezinski - President Jimmy Carter's National
Security Director - said in his book Between Two Ages that
weather control was a new weapon that would be the key element
of strategy. "Technology will make available to leaders of major
nations a variety of techniques for conducting secret
He also wrote that "Accurately-timed,
artificially-excited electronic strokes could lead to a pattern
of oscillations that produce relatively high power levels over
certain regions of the Earth ... One could develop a system that
would seriously impair the brain performance of a very large
population in selected regions over an extended period." [Cited
in Baker's "ELF Psychotronic Tyranny" paper.]
(B) Funding for the synthetic biological agent is obtained under
H.R. 15090. The project - under the supervision of the CIA - is carried out by the Special Operations Division at Fort Detrick, the Army's top-secret biological weapons facility.
Speculation is raised that molecular biology techniques are used
to produce AIDS-like retroviruses.
(C) United States intensifies its development of "ethnic
weapons" (Military Review, Nov., 1970), designed to selectively
target and eliminate specific ethnic groups who are susceptible
due to genetic differences and variations in DNA.
(A) Hal Puthoff joined SRI in 1971 as a specialist in laser
(B) circa 1972- Hubbard was hired by
Willis Harman, (then director
of the Educational Policy Research Center at
SRI to be a special
investigative agent) earning $100 a day. Officially he was a
security guard although his actual duties included spying on the
drug culture which Hubbard - a political conservative - disdained. He stayed at SRI until the late 1970s (Lee and
Schlain, pg 198-9).
(C) According to
Jack Sarfatti, a "very, very
sophisticated and successful covert psychological warfare
operation run by the late Brendan O Regan of the Institute of
Noetic Sciences and the late Harold Chipman who was the CIA
station chief responsible for all mind-control research in the
Bay Area in the 70s."
(A) Bruce Maccabee: Dr. Maccabee has been a Research Physicist
at the Naval Surface Weapons Center in Silver Spring, Maryland
since 1972. His work has centered on high power lasers,
underwater sound, and the Ballistic Missile Defense. He holds a
Ph.D. in Physics from the American University in Washington, DC.
Dr. Maccabee was a member of the National Investigations
Committee on Aerial Phenomena (i.e., UFOs).
(B) In early 1972, psychic
Ingo Swann heard of
Hal Puthoff's research proposal
through Cleve Backster. ccording to Swann, Backster maintained
his intelligence connections, and Backster reported that the CIA
was interested in his experiments. Some of Backster's
experiments are documented in "PRIMARY PERCEPTION: Cleve
Backster's astounding mind/plant communication discovery!",
Australian Lateral Thinking Newsletter,1996.
(C) Puthoff is head of the SRI remote-viewing program, 1972-85.
After he left, Puthoff was replaced with
Ed May, a former Naval
Intelligence Officer. (Puthoff, Harold, "CIA-Initiated Remote
Viewing Program at Stanford Research Institute", Journal of
Scientific Exploration, Vol. 10, No. 1, Spring 1996)
(D) The Taser
- the first electrical shock device developed for
use by law enforcement - delivers barbed, dart-shaped
electrodes to a subject's body and 50,000 volt pulses at
2-millionths of an amp over 12-14 seconds time. (From "Report on
the Attorney General's Conference on Less Than Lethal Weapons",
by Sherry Sweetman, 1987, p 4, which cites "Non-Lethal Weapons
for Law Enforcement: Research Needs and Priorities. A Report to
the National Science Foundation by the Security Planning
Corporation, 1972. Research by Harlan Girard.)
(E) "A U.S. Department of Defense document said that the Army
has tested a microwave weapon. It was an extremely powerful
'electronic flamethrower'. " (From Electromagnetic Pollution)
(F) "A study published by the U.S. Army Mobility Equipment
Research and Development Center, titled 'Analysis of Microwaves
for Barrier Warfare' examines the plausibility of using radio
frequency energy in barrier counter-barrier warfare ...
report concludes that (a) it is possible to field a
truck-portable microwave barrier system that will completely
immobilize personnel in the open with present day technology;
(b) there is a strong potential for a microwave system that
would be capable of delaying or immobilizing personnel in
vehicles; (c) with present technology, no method could be
identified for a microwave system to destroy the type of armored
material common to tanks." (From Electromagnetic Pollution by
Kim Besly, p 15, quoting The Zapping of America by Paul Brodeur.)
The report further documents the ability to create third-degree
burns on human skin using 3 Gigahertz at 20
watts/square-centimeter in 2 seconds.
(G) Dr. Gordon J. F. MacDonald testified before the House
Subcommittee on Oceans and International Environment concerning
low-frequency research: "The basic notion there was to create
between the electrically-charged ionosphere in the higher part
of the atmosphere and conducting layers of the surface of the
Earth this neutral cavity, to create waves - electrical waves
that would be tuned to the brainwaves ... about 10 cycles per
second ... you can produce changes in behavioral patterns or in
responses." [from Baker's "ELF Psychotronic Tyranny" paper.]
(A) Sharp and Grove transmit audible words via microwaves [EW:
That is, voice to SKULL] (See "Synthetic Telepathy" in Resonance
(B) "Richard Kennett" is a pseudonym used by author Jim Schnabel
in Remote Viewers (Dell, 1997) to describe a CIA scientist who
worked with the remote-viewing project. In the photo insert is a
picture of Kennett,
Pat Price, and
Harold Puthoff after a
remote-viewing experiment involving a glider.
(example: Puthoff, Harold, "CIA-Initiated
Remote Viewing Program at Stanford Research Institute",
Journal of Scientific Exploration, Vol. 10, No. 1, Spring 1996),
the man in the photo on the left is identified as Chistopher
Green. As there can't be too many scientists at the CIA with an
interest in the paranormal with this name, I feel safe in
guessing that the two are the same, although I haven't
absolutely confirmed it. At any rate, here is the information on
"Richard Kennett", all from Remote Viewers.
In Spring 1973, he was an analyst with the CIA's Office of
Scientific Intelligence with a Ph.D. in neurophysiology. "Within
a decade, Kennett would be the assistant national intelligence
officer for chemical and biological warfare issues". His work
concentrated on evaluating the health of foreign officials, but
he also explored the fringes of medicine and psychology. It was
under these circumstances that he challenged Hal Puthoff's
research at SRI, although he was not officially controlling the
contract. (pg 104-6)
The initial challenge was to view a secret microwave receiving
station. [This controversial experiment is
dealt with at length here.
According to Schnabel's information, this would make Kennett the
"East Coast challenger" from Mind Reach]. Kennett - as well as
the team at SRI - were reportedly investigated by the Defense
Investigative Service after the viewing. Kennett was also
involved with the experiments with
Uri Geller. (pg 139).
was also called in to look at the scientists at the Lawrence
Livermore National Laboratory who began to see "visions" after
experimenting with Geller. (pg 166-9) Kennett left the CIA
around 1985. (pg 317)
(A) Monroe Institute. Founded and directed by
Robert Monroe from 1974 until
his death in1995. Had classified contracts with the U.S. Army
Intelligence & Security Command (INSCOM) on orders by
Gen. Albert Stubblebine. The
Institute studied their hemi-synch techniques to see if they
could enhance soldiers' performance and concentration. (Emerson,
Steven, Secret Warriors, G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1988, pg 103-4)
The primary area of research at the Monroe Institute involves
using a binaural beat to cause different psychological effects.
A binaural beat is created by using stereo headphones with each
speaker emitting a slightly different frequency. The result is a
tone at the frequency between the two, which allegedly causes
the brain to "entrain" on the frequency (i.e. the brain waves
regulate themselves to the same frequency).
evaluated the Institute's
claims that the method could be used to improve learning.
[National Research Council, Enhancing Human Performance,
National Academy of Sciences, 1988, pg 111-4]
"..located near Charlottesville, Virginia. Bob Monroe
of many books on 'Out of Body Experiences' - has long and close
ties with the CIA. James Monroe - Bob's father, if I'm not
mistaken - was involved with the Human Ecology Society - a CIA
front organization of the late 50s and 60s.
The Monroe Institute
has done research on accelerated learning and foreign language
learning through the use of altered states of consciousness for
the CIA and other government organizations.
in the more radical research going on at the Institute remains
only tantalizing speculation. Official classified document
storage boxes have been seen at their mail-order outlet located
in Lovingston, VA." (Porter, Tom, Government Research into ESP &
Mind Control, March, 1996)
The Monroe Institute trained the government viewers from
Ft. Meade in Out of Body
Courtney Brown also went
through this training which involves using the Institute's
Hemisync tapes. These tapes - which work by using a binaural
beat to entrain brain waves - caused Brown to feel that he left
his body and communicated with aliens. [Brown, Courtney,
Voyage, Dutton, 1996]
(B) In 1974, Jack Sarfatti is director of a physics program at
Esalen Institute. He's been
Werner Erhard and Jean Lanier
(a friend of Laurance Rockefeller). (Sarfatti, Jack, "The
Parsifal Effect", The Destiny Matrix)
Sarfatti met with Puharich, Uri Geller, and Ira Einhorn at
Puharich's Ossining ranch. Einhorn acted as a literary agent for
Sarfatti and brought him to Esalen Physics /Consciousness
research group. This is where it all started back in 1975. PCRG
was co-founded by Jack Sarfatti and Michael Murphy at the Esalen
Institute in Big Sur, California in 1974. Financed by Werner
Erhard, Jean Lanier, and the late George Koopman, the PCRG
nurtured the creation of books like Space-Time and Beyond, The
Tao of Physics, The Dancing Wu Li Masters, Cosmic Trigger, and
The Roots of Consciousness.
The group included the physicists
and authors Fred Alan Wolf, Nick Herbert, and Fritjof Capra,
along with Saul Paul Sirag, Henry Dakin, Robert Anton Wilson,
Uri Geller, Barbara Honneger, the late Brendan O Regan, George
Leonard, Gary Zukav, Ira Einhorn, and artist Lynn Hershmann.
Nobel Laureate Brian Josephson along with physicists David
Finkelstein, Russell Targ, Karl Pribram, Henry Stapp, Phillipe
Eberhard, and Ralph Abraham all came for shorter visits.
The group is now reborn on the World Wide Web 20 years later
with both new and old faces. According to George Koopman, the
PCRG was the inspiration for the film Ghost.
(A) Saturn V Rocket. Due to a malfunction, the Saturn V rocket
burned unusually high in the atmosphere - above 300 km. This
burn produced "a large ionospheric hole" (Mendillo, M. et al.,
Science, p. 187, 343, 1975). The disturbance reduced the total
electron content more than 60% over an area 1,000 km in radius
and lasted for several hours. It prevented all
telecommunications over a large area of the Atlantic Ocean.
phenomenon was apparently caused by a reaction between the
exhaust gases and ionospheric oxygen ions. The reaction emitted
a 6300 Å airglow. Between 1975 and 1981, NASA and the U.S.
Military began to design ways to test this new phenomena through
deliberate experimentation with the ionosphere.
Bruce Maccabee joined MUFON and was appointed State Director
for Maryland and a Consultant in Photo Analysis and Laser
(C) In the 1970s, Mike Murphy became interested in Russian
parapsychology and visited the country to meet experimenters in
this field. This led to a close connection between Esalen and
some Russian officials, who set up an exchange program. Lasting
into the 1980s, this exchange was dubbed "hot-tub diplomacy".
John Mack was reportedly involved in this exchange.
In the late 1970s, Esalen became involved with an Englishwoman
named Jenny O'Connor, who claimed to be in psychic contact with
'the Nine' (probably the same "Nine" that Andriah Puharich
claimed to be in contact with). Dick Price and other members of
the Esalen staff became increasingly dependent on 'the Nine' to
the point of listing them as program leaders and members of the
Esalen Gestalt Staff in brochures. (Anderson, pg 302)
The virus section of Fort Detrick's Center for Biological
Warfare Research is renamed the Fredrick Cancer Research
Facilities and placed under the supervision of the National
Cancer Institute (NCI). It is here that a special virus cancer
program is initiated by the U.S. Navy, purportedly to develop
cancer-causing viruses. It is also here that retrovirologists
isolate a virus to which no immunity exists. It is later named
HTLV (Human T-cell Leukemia Virus).
"Unpublished analyses of microwave bioeffects literature were
disseminated to the U.S. Congress and to other officials arguing
the case for remote control of human behavior by radar." (From
the Journal of Microwave Power, 12(4), 1977, p 320. Research by
(A) Around late-1976 to 1977,
Dale Graff - then a physicist
with the Air Force's Foreign Technology Division - gave a small
contract to the SRI research team. Graff wanted to replicate
some Soviet psi experiments done in submarines, as well as test
the Soviet hypothesis that psi was transmitted via ELF
(Extremely Low Frequency) electromagnetic waves.
These test were
conducted in July, 1977 with the help of Stephan Schwartz, a
former Navy officer and psychic researcher. Schwartz helped
procure a submarine for a July 1977 experiment with SRI. These
experiments included some on behalf of Dale Graff of the Air
Force. (Schnabel, Jim,
Remote Viewers: The Secret History of
America's Psychic Spies, Dell, 1997, pg 207) Research associate
with the Cognitive Sciences Laboratory.
(B) Around 1976,
Koslov - as the scientific assistant to the
secretary of the Navy - was being briefed on various contracts
the Navy held, including one for SRI. The section describing the
contract at SRI was headed "ELF AND MIND CONTROL" (ELF stands
for Extremely-Low Frequency). Reportedly, Koslov was upset by
the label and cancelled the contract with SRI. "I don't believe
it's the function of the military to support parapsychology."
(Wilhelm, John, "Psychic Spying?", Washington Post 08/07/77, B5)
According to another account, the heading was "Sensing of Remote EM sources (Physiological Correlates)". According to this
account, Koslov thought the project dealt with mind-control and
looked into the contract in more detail. He found that it dealt
with psychic research which upset him as well, and ordered the
contract to be cancelled. (Schnabel, Jim, Remote Viewers, Dell,
1997, pg 206)
Either Wilhelm paraphrased and misinterpreted the section
heading on the briefing, or the story was sanitized somewhere
along the line before reaching Schnabel's book. In either case,
the Navy continued to fund psychic research (Wilhelm, 1977) and
has been one of the biggest funders of research related to
(A) Christopher Bird
presented a paper on "dowsing" and the
psychic ability of plants at the "Mind Over Matter" conference
at Penn State University, late January,\ 1977, organized by Ira Einhorn. Other attendees included Andrija Puharich and Thomas
Bearden (Levy, pg 189).
(B) Soon afterwards, Einhorn and the "Psychic Mafia" focused
their attention on ELF mind-control (Levy, pg 190). He suggests
that his murder charge could have been a set-up by the CIA or
KGB for his interest in activities by America and Russia in the
areas of psychic warfare, Tesla technology, and mind-control
(Levy, pg 242). Puharich says that Einhorn's work wasn't
important enough to elicit such a reaction (Levy, pg 308). The
likelihood is that Einhorn - like many of the individuals
involved in COINTELPRO - was merely a "useful idiot" who was as
manipulated as those he sought to manipulate.
Einhorn led seminars at the Esalen Institute and was involved
with the Physics/Consciousness Research Group. He reportedly
worked with Congressman Charlie Rose, a large supporter of
psychic studies, on classified projects. Senate hearings on
Health and Scientific Research confirm that 239 populated areas
had been contaminated with biological agents between 1949 and
1969. Some of the areas included San Francisco, Washington,
D.C., Key West, Panama City, Minneapolis, and St. Louis.
(A) Experimental Hepatitis-B vaccine trials conducted by the CDC
begin in New York, Los Angeles, and San Francisco. Ads for
research subjects specifically ask for promiscuous homosexual
(B) Hungarians presented a state-of-the-art paper on infrasonic
weapons to the United Nations, "Working Paper on Infrasound
Weapons", United Nations CD/575, 14 Aug 1978 (from The Road From
Armageddon by Peter Lewis).
(C) SPS Military Implications
Early review of the Solar Powered Satellite project began in
around 1978, and I [Rosalie Bertell] was on the review panel.
Although this was proposed as an energy program, it had
significant military implications. One of the most significant - first pointed out by Michael J. Ozeroff
- was the
possibility of developing a satellite-borne beam weapon for
anti-ballistic missile (ABM) use.
The satellites were to be in
geosynchronous orbits with each providing an excellent vantage
point from which an entire hemisphere can be surveyed
continuously. It was speculated that a high-energy laser beam
could function as a thermal weapon to disable or destroy enemy
missiles. There was some discussion of electron weapon beams
through the use of a laser beam to preheat a path for the
following electron beam.
The SPS was also described as a
psychological and anti-personnel
weapon which could be directed toward an enemy. If the main
microwave beam was redirected away from its rectenna toward
enemy personnel, it could use an infrared radiation wavelength
(invisible) as an anti-personnel weapon. It might also be
possible to transmit high enough energy to ignite combustible
Laser beam power relays could be made from the SPS
satellite to other satellites or platforms - for example,
aircraft - for military purposes. One application might be a
laser powered turbofan engine which would receive the laser beam
directly in its combustion chamber, producing the required high
temperature gas for its cruising operation. This would allow
unlimited on-station cruise time. As a psychological weapon, the
SPS was capable of causing general panic.
The SPS would be able to transmit power to remote military
operations anywhere needed on Earth. The manned platform of the
SPS would provide surveillance and early warning capability as
well as ELF linkage to submarines. It would also provide the
capability of jamming enemy communications. The potential for
jamming and creating communications is significant. The SPS was
also capable of causing physical changes in the ionosphere.
President Carter approved the SPS project and gave it a go-ahead
in spite of the reservation which many reviewers - myself
included - expressed. Fortunately, it was so expensive - exceeding the entire Department of Energy budget
- that funding
was denied by the Congress. I approached the United Nations
Committee on Disarmament on this project.
But I was told that as
long as the program was called "solar energy" by the United
States, it could not be considered a "weapons" project. The same
project resurfaced in the US under President Reagan. He moved it
to the much larger budget of the Department of Defense and
called it "Star Wars". Since this is more recent history, I will
not discuss the debate which raged over this phase of the plan.
By 1978, it was apparent to the U.S. Military that
communications in a nuclear hostile environment would not be
possible using traditional methods of radio and television
technology (Jane's Military Communications 1978).
By 1982, GTE
Sylvania (Needham Heights, Massachusetts) had developed a
command&control electronic sub-system for the U.S. Air Force's
Ground-Launched Cruise Missiles (GLCM) that would enable
military commanders to monitor and control the missile prior to
launch both in hostile and non-hostile environments. The system
contains 6 radio subsystems, created with visible light using a
dark beam (not visible) and is resistant to the disruptions
experienced by radio and television.
Dark beams contribute to the formation of energetic plasma in
the atmosphere. This plasma can become visible as smog or fog.
Some has a different charge than the Sun's energy and
accumulates in places where the Sun's energy is absent, like the
polar regions in the Winter. When the polar Spring occurs, the
Sun appears and repels this plasma, contributing to holes in the
This military system is called Ground Wave
Emergency Network (GWEN). (See The SECOMII Communication System,
by Wayne Olsen, SAND 78-0391,Sandia Laboratories, Albuquerque,
New Mexico, April 1978.)
This innovative emergency radio system
was apparently never implemented in Europe and exists only in
(A) In February 1979, Alfred Hubbard attended an LSD
party hosted by Dr. Oscar Janiger along with Laura Huxley,
Sidney Cohn, John Lilly, Willis Harman, and Timothy Leary among
others (Lee and Schlain, 213).
(B) Around 1979, SRI funded a project of Tart's which screened
university students and faculty for psychic ability. (Schnabel,
Remote Viewers: The Secret History of
America's Psychic Spies, Dell, 1997, pg 225-6)
(C) In an article entitled "The Fund for CIA Research, or Who's Disinforming Who?", the anonymous authors (the Associated
Investigators Group) accuse Bruce Maccabee of working with the
CIA, providing them with information, and letting the CIA affect
his leadership in FUFOR. According to the article, Maccabee's
main contact with the CIA was through Dr. Christopher Green.
In a written response, Maccabee rebuts that most of his contacts
with the CIA have been in the context of his work with the Navy
and are unrelated to his UFO research. He says that he did give
CIA employees informal lectures at the request of Ron Pandolfi,
but that the CIA has never attempted to influence his research.
[A similar rebuttal was written by
Aviary guy Dan Smith and
Rosemary Ellen Guiley of Fate Magazine, and New Age Land Central
- in later years - after similar accusations were made.]
"I never contacted any companies. What I did was tell Jack Acuff
- Director of NICAP at the time - that I would like to speak
to experts in the field of radar. He, in turn, put me in contact
with a scientist - Dr. Gordon MacDonald - at the MITRE
corporation. I was invited to discuss the NZ sightings with him
and several other scientists at MITRE in McLean, VA.
And I did
(and they generally agreed with my conclusions). Then a
week-or-so later, I learned that MacDonald had contacted a man
at the CIA who contacted me and offered to provide technical
consultation if I would provide a briefing to some CIA
employees. At first, I was leery of doing anything with the CIA.
But I knew they had radar experts, so I stipulated that if they
would give me some feedback I'd tell them what I know.
briefed them and I received some helpful comments..." [note:
When you dance with the Devil, the Devil doesn't change - the
Devil changes YOU!]
"After I discussed the NZ case one employee
- Dr. Christopher
"Kit" Green (KG) - invited me to visit the CIA again a
week-or-so later to have a general UFO discussion with him and a
couple of other employees... After that last meeting with KG in
the spring of 1979, I didn't see him again and had no contact
with the agency until June, 1984 when I was contacted by Dr.
Ronald Pandolfi regarding my Navy work.
He had been tracking
developments by the "other side" in that field of research and
wanted to know what the U.S. state-of-the-art was." (Bruce Maccabee's response to the AIR report)
Formerly with the CIA, Dr. Green's work involved UFO research.
"Dr. Green attained a Ph.D. in Neurophysiology in 1969 and
in1976 received his M.D. (Doctor of Medicine) degree. Green was
awarded the CIA's National Intelligence Medal for his work on a
'classified project' from 1979 to 1983 - precisely the years in
which Maccabee was meeting with him at CIA headquarters.
uses somewhat of a cover story to describe his CIA work, calling
himself a 'Scientific Advisor on the Advisory Board to the
Directorate of Intelligence, CIA.'" (The Associated
Investigators Group, "The Fund for CIA Research, or Who's Disinforming Who?")
Esalen also held seminars in quantum physics, and was the
birthplace of the Physics/Consciousness Research Group. Some
results of these seminars are documented in Zukav, Gary, The
Dancing Wu Li Masters, Morrow Quill, 1979
(A) By the 1980's, Koslov was working with the Applied Physics
Laboratory at Johns Hopkins University, where he continued to
study the effects of electromagnetic radiation on humans. He is
currently the vice president of the Maryland Microscopical and
Scientific Instrument Society.
(B) Dale Graff had continued to task SRI on behalf of the Air
Force for the next few years. In 1980, he won a fellowship for
"exceptional analyst" within the intelligence community and
planned to take 2 years off to conduct research in other
laboratories: SRI, a psychokenesis lab at Princeton, a J.B.
Rhine affiliated lab in Durham, NC, and a Department of Energy
lab where microwave weapons were being studied. His fellowship
was revoked by the office of the Air Force Chief of Staff and - with the encouragement of Jack Vorona
- he retired from the Air
Force and moved to the DIA, where he ran the Advanced Concepts
(C) "Michelle Smith" and Lawrence Pazder published "Michelle
Remembers" about Satanic Ritual Abuse memories. She came to
therapist Pazder because she was in distress over horrible
dreams and a miscarriage.
(A) Orbit Maneuvering System
Part of the plan to build the SPS space platforms was the demand
for reusable space shuttles since they could not afford to keep
In 1981, The NASA Spacelab-3 mission of the
Space Shuttle made "a series of passes over a network of 5
ground based observatories" in order to study what happened to
the ionosphere when the Shuttle injected gases into it from the
Orbit Maneuvering System (OMS). They discovered that they could
"induce ionospheric holes" and began to experiment with holes
made in the daytime or at night over Millstone, Connecticut and
Arecibo, Puerto Rico.
They experimented with the effects of,
"artificially induced ionospheric depletions on very low
frequency wave lengths, on equatorial plasma instabilities, and
on low frequency radio astronomical observations over Roberval,
Quebec, Kwajelein, in the Marshall Islands, and Hobart,
Tasmania" (Advanced Space Research, Vo1.8, No. 1, 1988).
Eldon Byrd - who worked for Naval Surface Weapons, Office
of Non-Lethal Weapons - was commissioned in 1981 to develop
electromagnetic devices for purposes including 'riot control',
clandestine operations and hostage removal.
"Byrd also wrote of experiments where behavior of animals was
controlled by exposure to weak electromagnetic fields. 'At a
certain frequency and power intensity, they could make the
animal purr, lay down, and roll over.'" (Keeler, Anna, "Remote
Mind Control Technology")
"Between 1981 and September 1982, the Navy commissioned me to
investigate the potential of developing electromagnetic devices
that could be used as non-lethal weapons by the Marine Corp for
the purpose of 'riot control', hostage removal, clandestine
operations, and so on." Eldon Byrd, Naval Surface Weapons
Center, Silver Spring MD. (from "Electromagnetic Pollution" by
Kim Besly, p 12.)
(C) John Alexander supported the views of Thomas Bearden.
Delivered a paper to the 1981 national convention of the US Psychotronic Association
(D) General Albert Stubblebine. Former head of the U.S. Army
Intelligence & Security Command (INSCOM) 1981-84, Masters degree
in chemical engineering from Columbia. He signed classified
contracts with the Monroe Institute (Emerson, Steven, Secret
Warriors, G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1988, pg 103-4). Stubblebine often
met with Noriega while he was a U.S. intelligence asset
(Emerson, 1988, pg 110-1).
Stubblebine was the former boss of
Col. John Alexander, and the two have held numerous
"spoon-bending" parties. He is a friend of Lyn Buchanan
[according to a representative from PSI TECH, the two are not
friends]. Stubblebine is married to ufologist Rima Laibow.
(Porter, Tom, Government Research into ESP & Mind Control,
Soon after becoming head of INSCOM, Stubblebine began a program
called the "High Performance Task Force" - a series of methods
to improve his officers' performance. These ranged from the neuro-linquistic programming of Tony Robbins to the hemisynch
tapes of the Monroe Institute where Stubblebine often sent his
officers. (Schnabel, Jim,
Remote Viewers: The Secret History of
America's Psychic Spies, Dell, 1997, pg 276)
Following an incident involving an officer having a psychotic
episode at the Monroe Institute, Stubblebine resigned in 1984.
He was replaced by Major General Harry Soyster (Schnabel, 1997,
pg 316), formerly vice-president for 'Intelligence Systems' of
BDM of McClean, Virginia. As of 1992, Chairman of PSI-TECH.
"Laibow, Stubblebine, and ufologist Victoria Lacas (with [C.B.
Scott] Jones in the shadows) toured Europe and the Soviet Union,
where they have established a prodigious UFO/Psi network."
(Durant, Robert J., "Will the Real Scott Jones Please Stand
Up?") Stubblebine gave a lecture at the International Symposium
on UFO Research - sponsored by the International Association
for New Science - in Denver, Colorado (May 22-25, 1992).
gives a good example of Stubblebine's coherence (or lack
thereof) and paranoia (he often threatened to destroy the tape).
Stubblebine claimed that none of the members of the
remote-viewing program had prior psychic abilities or interests
(but all other sources state that they did).
(E) In the Summer of 1981, Pat Delgado brought to the attention
of the national Press the existence of mysterious circular
depressions in the fields at Cheesefoot Head, Hampshire.
(F) Budd Hopkins published Missing Time with an afterward by
therapist Aphrodite Clamar. Hopkins book was about the in-depth
investigation of 19 cases of UFO abduction which he had
undertaken in the previous 5 years.
(G) The first cases of AIDS are confirmed in homosexual men in
New York, Los Angeles, and San Francisco, triggering speculation
that AIDS may have been introduced via the Hepatitis-B vaccine.
(A) In May 1982, Elisabeth and
Russell Targ held a workshop on
psychic phenomena for 25 professionals.
This was part of a
program with Stanislav Grof, who was studying non-chemical
alternatives for altered states of consciousness. The Targs goal
was to show that psychic experiences did not require an "altered
state". (Targ, Russell and Harary, Keith, Mind Race, Villard
Books, 1984, pg 99). Grof served briefly as the branch chief of
the operational unit of Star Gate from around 1982 or 83 until
he resigned in summer of 1993.
(B) Electromagnetic weapons for law enforcement use in Great
A 10-30 Hz strobe light which can produce seizures, giddiness,
nausea, and fainting was developed by Charles Bovill of the now
defunct British firm Allen International. Addition of sound
pulses in the 4.0-7.5 Hz range increases effectiveness as
utilized in the Valkyrie - a "frequency" weapon advertised in
British Defense Equipment Catalogue until 1983.
The squawk box
or "sound curdler" uses 2 loudspeakers of 350-watt output to
emit 2 slightly different frequencies which combine in the ear
to produce a shrill shrieking noise. The U.S. National Science
Foundation report says there is "severe risk of permanent
impairment of hearing." (From Electropollution by Kim Besley,
citing the Manchester City Council Police Monitoring Unit
(C) Air Force review of biotechnology.
"Currently available data allow the projection that specially
generated radiofrequency radiation (RFR) fields may pose
powerful and revolutionary antipersonnel military threats.
Electroshock therapy indicates the ability of induced electric
current to completely interrupt mental functioning for short
periods of time to obtain cognition for longer periods and to
restructure emotional response over prolonged intervals.
"... impressed electromagnetic fields can be disruptive to
purposeful behavior and may be capable of directing and/or
interrogating such behavior. Further, the passage of
approximately 100 milliamperes through the myocardium can lead
to cardiac standstill and death, again pointing to a
speed-of-light weapons effect.
"A rapidly scanning RFR system could provide an effective stun
or kill capability over a large area." (From "Final Report on
Biotechnology Research Requirements for Aeronautical Systems
Through the Year 2000". AFOSR-TR-82-0643, Vol 1, and Vol 2, July
(A) Phoenix II / USAF, NSA:
Montauk, Long Island
Electronic multi-directional targeting of select population
Targeting: Medium range
Frequencies: Radar, microwaves. EHF UHF modulated
Power: Gigawatt through Terawatt
Purpose: Loading of Earth Grids, planetary sonombulescence to
stave off geological activity, specific-point earthquake
creation, population programming for "sensitized" individuals
Pseudonym: "Rainbow", ZAP
(B) Nikolai Khokhlov - a Soviet KGB agent who defected to the
West in 1976 - interviews recently arrived scientists and
reports that "The Soviet mind-control program is run by the KGB
with unlimited funds." (From The Spectator, Feb 5, 1983,
reported in "New World Order Psychotronic Tyranny" by C. B.
(C) "Center Lane" was the codename for the operational unit of
the remote-viewing program, redesignated from Grill Flame in
late 1983. Control of the unit shifted from INSCOM's operation
group to the more direct control of Albert Stubblebine. The unit
was known as INSCOM Center Lane Project (ICLP). (Schnabel, Jim,
Remote Viewers: The Secret History of
America's Psychic Spies,
Dell, 1997, pg 280)
In late 1983, 4 more individuals were recruited to Center Lane:
Captain Ed Dames, Captain Bill Ray (counterintelligence
specialist), Captain Paul Smith, and Charlene Cavanaugh
(civilian analyst with INSCOM). These four began a training
program - which started at The Monroe Institute - and
concluded with personal training with Ingo Swann. (Schnabel,
1997, pg 292-3)
After Gen. Stubblebine's retirement in 1984, Center Lane was
completely without support in the Army. Jack Vorona arranged for
the unit to be transferred directly to the DIA's Scientific and
Technical Intelligence Directorate when Army funding ran out in
late 1985, at which time it was redesignated Sun Streak. Until
that time, the unit was given no official taskings (Schnabel,
1997, pg 319).
Center Lane started when Ingo Swann at SRI came across a
breakthrough in his techniques in 1983. He developed a training
program and trained 6 military officers (including Ed Dames)
over a period of 6 months. After finishing the training in late
1983, the viewers returned and started applying their knowledge.
The unit was renamed 'Center Lane' with Dames as the operations
and training officer. "Dames took a 'let's see what this baby
can do' approach, replacing the unit's former intelligence
collection methodology with the breakthrough technique." (Dames,
Ed, "Ed Dames Sets the Record Straight") [Keep in mind that
Dames is a major disinfo artist.]
"USSR: New Beam Energy Possible?", possibly associated with
early Soviet weather engineering efforts over the U.S. (from
"Tesla's Electromagnetics and Its Soviet Weaponization" by
Bearden.) According to former Reagan aide Barbara Honneger,
fundamental reason for the increased interest [in psi research]
is initial results coming out of laboratories in the United
States and Canada that certain amplitude and frequency
combinations of external electromagnetic radiation in the
brain-wave frequency range are capable of bypassing the external
sensory mechanism of organisms - including humans - and
directly stimulating higher-level neuronal structures in the
This electronic stimulation is known to produce mental
changes at a distance, including hallucinations in various
sensory modalities - particularly auditory." (McRae, Ronald,
Mind Wars, St. Martin's Press, 1984, pg 136)
The overlap between these 2 fields can be described as:
Some ELF mind-control studies have been discussed under the
heading of "psychotronics". Many - myself included
agree with this label as there is no psychic component in the
study of the effects of electromagnetic radiation on the central
As in most scientific fields, research that is tangential for
one project may be central to another. Navy studies in ELF
communications included a portion on possible health effects.
When these findings were revealed, the possibility of using ELF
as a weapon arose and studies were continued in that direction.
However, we can't say that all of the Navy's research into ELF
radio was a front for mind-control as they have a definite
interest in communication with their submarines. The same may be
true for remote-viewing studies. Studies at SRI and elsewhere
measured and analyzed subject's brain waves, and also studied
the effects of ELF waves as a possible carrier for telepathic
Some studies - especially those involving dolphins
- tried to
use technology to enhance psychic phenomena. Most of this is
pure bunk including most of the inventions I've seen created by
the Russians and the US Psychotronic Association. Some of it
resembles telepathy simulated by technology, such as the attempt
to carry signals from dolphins to humans via the "Neurophone".
This would seem to fit better under "Mis-identification".
Remote-viewing - like UFOs - has been postulated by some
researchers as being used as a "cover story" for covert
mind-control experiments. This plan would convince the victims
that the "voices" or sensory data they were unnaturally
receiving was due to channeling, telepathy, or remote-viewing.
It would also have the "high-weirdness" factor, which would
preclude a serious treatment of the subject by the mainstream
media. However, I'm hesitant to lump the entire spectrum of
government interest in psi in this category.
Both psychic ability and things like non-lethal weapons are
considered to be on the "cutting edge" of military theory. This
is an alternative explanation as to why individuals like John
Alexander and David Morehouse are interested in both fields. The
degree to which these crossovers apply to specific cases are
dealt with individually, and to this subject as a whole in the
(A) Founded by Ed May, the
Cognitive Sciences Laboratory was
formed at SRI in 1985 and moved with May to SAIC. May and the
Cognitive Sciences Laboratory are currently at a "small start-up
research place called the Laboratories for Fundamental Research"
(e-mail from Ed May, 8/7/96).
Joe McMoneagle is listed as a
research associate. Other staff members include S. James, P.
Spottiswoode, Earling DeGraff, Nevin D. Lantz, Philip Wasserman,
Laura V. Faith, Ellen Messer, and Stephan A. Schwartz.
"I (Dean Radin) took a leave of absence from Bell Labs in 1985
and spent that entire year at SRI International, working with
Hal Puthoff and Ed May.
Since then, I spent about half my time
in academia (Princeton, Edinburgh, UNLV) and half in industry (Contel
Technology Center, GTE Labs). My academic research was
exclusively on psi phenomena, and my industrial research
included about 20% on psi.
"I'm not in favor of developing or using psi for any military
purposes. But unfortunately there are those in the World who
would use psi as a weapon if they could.
Thus, I reluctantly
suppose that R& D on psi for intelligence and possibly military
purposes can be justified for defensive reasons. It would be
naive to think that someone, somewhere is not working on this
(Interview with the RetroPsychoKinesis Project)
(B) Since the early 1970s, Puthoff had been a part-time paid
consultant to Bill Church regarding alternative fuel sources. At
Puthoff's urging, Church developed a company (Jupiter
Technologies) to research Zero-Point Energy. In the summer of
1985 after giving only 2 weeks notice, Puthoff left SRI to work
for Church full time. (Schnabel, Jim, 1997, pg 323)
(C) Women in the peace camps at Greenham Common began showing
various medical symptoms believed to be caused by EM
surveillance weapons beamed at them. (See "Zapping: The New
Weapon of the Patriarchy", Resonance#13, pp 22-24. Research by
(D) Innovative Shuttle Experiments
An innovative use of the Space Shuttle to perform space physics
experiments in Earth orbit was launched, using the OMS
injections of gases to "cause a sudden depletion in the local
plasma concentration - the creation of a so-called ionospheric
hole". This artificially-induced plasma depletion can then be
used to investigate other space phenomena, such as the growth of
the plasma instabilities or the modification of radio
The 47 second OMS burn of July 29, 1985
produced the largest and most long-lived ionospheric hole to
date, dumping some 830 kg of exhaust into the ionosphere at
sunset. A 6-second, 68-km OMS release above Connecticut in
August 1985 produced an airglow which covered over 400,000
During the 1980s, rocket launches globally numbered about
500-to-600 a year, peaking at 1500 in 1989. There were many more
during the Gulf War. The Shuttle is the largest of the solid
fuel rockets with twin 45-meter boosters. All solid fuel rockets
release large amounts of hydrochloric acid in their exhaust.
Each Shuttle flight injects about 75 tons of ozone-destroying
chlorine into the stratosphere. Those launched since 1992 inject
even more ozone-destroying chlorine (about 187 tons) into the
stratosphere (which contains the ozone layer).
(E) Whitley Strieber publishes Communion.
(F) According to the journal Science (227:173-177), HTLV and
VISNA - a fatal sheep virus - are very similar, indicating a
close taxonomic and evolutionary relationship.
(A) Attorney General's
Conference on Less Than Lethal Weapons
Reviews current weapons available. Most date back to 1972: the
Taser; the Nova XR-5000 Stun Gun (can interrupt a pacemaker);
the Talon, a glove with an electrical pulse generator; and the
Source, a flashlight with electrodes at the base.
are useful only at close range except for the Taser, and are
generally restricted to correctional institutions. Photic
driving strobe lights tested by one conference delegate on 100
subjects produced discomfort. Closed eyelids do not block the
effect. Evidence that ELF produces nausea and disorientation.
Suggestion to develop fast-acting electro sleep-inducing EM
weapon. Discusses problem of testing weapons on animals and
(From "Report on the Attorney General's
Conference on Less Than Lethal Weapons", by Sherry Sweetman,
March 1987, prepared for the National Institute of Justice.
Research by Harlan Girard.)
(B) "The Electromagnetic Spectrum in Low-Intensity Conflict" by
Captain Paul Tyler, MC, USN quotes the above passage and further
elaborates on the theme. (Published in Low Intensity Conflict
and Modern Technology, Lt. Col. David J. Dean, USAF, ed., Air
University Press, Maxwell AFB, AL. Research by Harlan Girard.)
(C) On 02/10/86, Cleve Backster's lab was visited by National
Research Council's Committee on Techniques for the Enhancement
of Human Performance. The NRC was evaluating enhancement and
parapsychological studies conducted for the Army. So it is
likely that Backster's research was involved with the
Government. (National Research Council, Enhancing Human
Performance, National Academy of Sciences, 1988, pg 193-8)
(D) Mighty Oaks
In April 1986 just before the Chernobyl disaster, the U.S. had a
failed hydrogen test at the Nevada Test Site called "Mighty
Oaks". This test - conducted far underground - consisted of a
hydrogen bomb explosion in one chamber with a leaded steel door
to the chamber (2 meters thick) closing within milliseconds of
The door was to allow only the first radioactive beam
to escape into the "control room" in which expensive
instrumentation was located. The radiation was to be captured as
a weapon beam.
The door failed to close as quickly as planned, causing the
radioactive gases and debris to fill the control room and
destroying millions of dollars worth of equipment. The
experiment was part of a program to develop X-ray and particle
The radioactive releases from Mighty Oaks were
vented under a "licensed venting" and were likely responsible
for many of the North American nuclear fallout reports in May
1986, which were attributed to the Chernobyl disaster.
(E) According to the Proceedings of the National Academy of
Sciences (83:4007-4011), HIV and VISNA are highly similar and
share all structural elements except for a small segment which
is nearly identical to HTLV. This leads to speculation that HTLV
and VISNA may have been linked to produce a new retrovirus to
which no natural immunity exists.
(F) A report to Congress reveals that the U.S. Government's
current generation of biological agents includes modified
viruses, naturally occurring toxins, and agents that are altered
through genetic engineering to change immunological character
and prevent treatment by all existing vaccines.
(A) In 1987, Pandolfi invited UFOlogist Bruce Maccabee "to give
a general lecture to [CIA] employees on UFOs and MJ-12". (Maccabee's
response to AIR)
(B) Department of Defense admits that despite a treaty banning
research and development of biological agents, it continues to
operate research facilities at 127 facilities and universities
around the Nation.
(A) After retiring from the Army in 1988, John Alexander joined
the Los Alamos National Laboratories and began working with
Janet Morris, the Research Director of the U.S. Global Strategy
Council (USGSC) chaired by Dr Ray Cline (deceased) former Deputy
Director of the CIA."
(B) The Pentagon is ordered by courts to cease EMP tests at
several locations due to a lawsuit filed by an environmental
group. (From The Washington Post, May 15, 1988, see "US and
Soviets Develop Death Ray", Resonance 11, p 10. Research by Remy
(C) Senator Claiborne Pell from Rhode Island. Member of the
Council on Foreign Relations and the Club of Rome. Decorated by
the Knights of Malta. Along with Charlie Rose, Pell is one of
Washington's biggest supporters of psychic research. In1988, he
introduced a bill to get government funding for the New Age
group the National Committee on Human Resources (Al Gore was a
co-sponsor). He is also on the advisory board of the
International Association of Near-Death Studies and on the board
of the Institute of Noetic Sciences and the Human Potential
For 7 years, Claiborne Pell employed C.B. Scott Jones as an aide
(Gardner, Martin, "Clairborne Pell: The Senator From Outer
Space", Skeptical Inquirer, March/April 1996). Chairman of the
Foreign Relations Committee. Pell was a close friend of BCCI
figure Clark Clifford. (Truell, Peter and Gurwin, Larry, False
Profits, Houghton Mifflin Company, 1992, pg 240)
(A) MUFON appointed C.B. Scott Jones as a Special Consultant in
(B) TRIDENT/ ONR, NSA:
Electronic directed targeting of individuals or populations
Targeting: Large population groups assembled
Display: Black helicopters flying in triad formation of three
Power: 100,000 watts
Purpose: Large group management and behavior control, riot
control Allied Agencies: FEMA
Pseudonym: "Black Triad" A.E.M.C
(C) Human Potential Foundation founder and president
Jones. Board members include Clark Sandground and Claiborne
Pell. Received original funding from Laurance Rockefeller.
Passes funds from Rockefeller to UFO abduction researcher John
Mack. Worked with Dr. Igor Smirnov.
(D) Michael Persinger feels that he is able to replicate alien
abduction and other supernatural phenomena through the use of 3
solenoids (attached to a modified motorcycle helmet) passing a
magnetic pulse through the frontal lobes of the brain. Solenoids
are called "magnetic coils" by psychiatrists, who use them as a
non-intrusive alternative to implantable electrodes for
stimulating the brain. (see Hallett, Mark and Cohen, Leonardo,
"Magnetism: a New Method for Stimulation of Nerve and Brain",
JAMA, 7/28/89, pg 530)
(E) John Alexander:
"I have served as chief of Advanced Human
Technology for the Army Intelligence and Security Command
(1982-84) and - during the preparation of the EHP [Enhancing
Human Performance] report - was director of the Advanced
Systems Concepts Office at the U.S. Army Laboratory Command."
Alexander stated that "..psychotronic weapons lack traditional
scientific documentation, and I do not suggest that research
projects be carried out in that field." (Alexander, Col. John,
"A Challenge to the Report", New Realities, March/April 1989)
(F) Psi Tech founded in 1989 by president Ed Dames. Their
vice-president is Jonina Dourif. A "John L. Turner" is listed as
a monitor. Board Members include John B. Alexander and Gen.
(A) According to an anonymous BBC television reporter,
West headed up the medical oversight for the Ft. Meade
remote-viewing operational unit. (Constantine, Alex, "'Remote
Viewing' at Stanford Research Institute or Illicit CIA Mind
Control Experimentation?") West was also a "Member of the
medical oversight board for Science Applications International
Corp. remote-viewing research in early 1990s.
(B) RF MEDIA/ 1990, CIA:
Electronic, multi-directional subliminal suggestion and
Location: Boulder, Colorado (Location of main cell telephone
node, national television synchronization node)
Targeting: national population of the United States
Frequencies: ULF VHF HF Phase modulation
Implementation: Television and radio communications, the "videodrome"
Purpose: Programming and triggering behavioral desire,
subversion of psychic abilities of population, preparatory
processing for mass electromagnetic control
Pseudonym: "Buzz Saw" E.E.M.C.
(C) TOWER/ CIA, NSA:
Electronic cross country subliminal programming and suggestion
Targeting: Mass population, short-range intervals, long-range
Frequencies: Microwave, EHF SHF
Methodology: Cellular telephone system, ELF modulation
Purpose: Programming through neural resonance and encoded
Effect: Neural degeneration, DNA resonance modification, psychic
Pseudonym: "Wedding Bells"
(D) More than 1500 6-month old Black and Hispanic babies in Los
Angeles are given an "experimental" measles vaccine that had
never been licensed for use in the United States. CDC later
admits that parents were never informed that the vaccine being
injected to their children was experimental.
(A) SRI’s remote viewing project moved to SAIC
(B) Desert Storm
According to Defense News, April 13-19, 1992, the US deployed an
electromagnetic pulse weapon (EMP) in Desert Storm, designed to
mimic the flash of electricity from a nuclear bomb. The Sandia
National Laboratory had built a 23,000 square meter laboratory
on the Kirkland Air Force Base in 1989 to house the Hermes II
electron beam generator capable of producing 20 Trillion Watt
pulses lasting 20-to-25 billionths-of-a-second. This X-ray
simulator is called a "Particle Beam Fusion Accelerator". A
stream of electrons hitting a metal plate can produce a pulsed
X-ray or gamma ray. Hermes II had produced electron beams since
1974. These devices were apparently tested during the Gulf War,
although detailed information on them is sparse.
(A) Eldon Byrd told me [Dick Farley] about it [lawsuit w/ Randi]
over dinner at C. B. "Scott" Jones home one evening of several
we spent together back in '92 and '93 there.
"Byrd said that Uri
Geller put up $10,000 for his legal costs. Byrd and Geller are
good friends, from back in the '70s..."
"Byrd says he had been "set-up" by postal inspectors
- part of
some initiative to discredit him because he was too public with
his personal interests in "psi," etc. He'd allegedly had some
Navy security clearance issues dog him, which contributed to his
early retirement as one of their senior most civilian
"When he was still with the Navy, Dr. Byrd was the contract
manager for some of the research Michael Persinger did on 'neuro-impacts'
of various EMFs and ELFs. Something about wave-propagation and
influences on submariners if somebody "beeped" them with
mind-influencing EMF signals, etc. That kind of thing." (Farley,
Dick, "False Memory Spindrome")
(B) John Alexander. Last year, Alexander organized a national
conference devoted to researching "reports of ritual abuse,
Near-Death Experiences, human contacts with extraterrestrial
aliens, and other so-called anomalous experiences", the
Albuquerque Journal reported in March 1993.
"The U.S. Army's Armament Research, Development,
and Engineering Center is conducting a one-year study of
Acoustic Beam Technology ... The command awarded the 1-year
study to Scientific Applications and Research Associates of
Huntington Beach, CA. Related research is conducted at the
Moscow-based Andreev Institute." (From "U.S. Explores Russian
Mind Control Technology", by Barbara Opal, Defense News, Jan
11-17, 1993. Research by Harlan Girard and others.)
Dan Smith [the
Aviary's physicist "Chicken Little"] was for
a while engaged to marry the illustrious Rosemary Ellen Guiley,
who numbered Von Ward, Jones, Colin Andrews, and a host of
others on her "Center for Crop Circle Studies" advisory panel
back in '92-93. Rosie's moved ahead (upward?) to the angelic
realms, following the market and the money.
But she does have
the corner on American expertise on Wicca, and her close
relationship with former (now retired) Defense Intelligence
Agency (DIA) "weird desk" and senior "applied anomalous" guy
Dale Graff ... who was from my contacts with Scott Jones'.
[Aviary's Prince Hans Adam- & Laurence Rockefeller-funded
retired Naval Intel Cmdr. Cecil B. "Scott" Jones] Affiliated
with Sen. Claiborne Pell, with Dale Graff being the latter's
"inside man" at the DIA.
Aquarium Conspiracy" by
Dan Smith and Rosemary Ellen Guiley
In the beginning, there was "eschatology"
- the branch of
theology dealing with the end times. Having spent many years
first studying physics and then metaphysics, Dan came to the
conclusion that the scientists have been looking at the World
upside-down. Mind - not matter - is the foundation for all
realities. Moreover, the materialist paradigm was in danger of
imminent collapse, being subverted on the inside by its own
contradictions and on the outside by the growing body of
evidence for the paranormal.
Creating and maintaining a reality is no easy game. It requires
a lot of magic and a lot of conscious critters like ourselves
who are pretty good at collective self-deception. Fortunately - or perhaps unfortunately
- our particular reality game has
about reached its natural conclusion, and we are waking up to
the fact that mind and matter are not separate. We are
undergoing an exciting-but-stressful revolution in our
collective consciousness. This revolution - or global spiritual
emergency - will bring upheavals and overloads in our global
consciousness that will impact the material Earth for
better-or-worse, and may quickly get out-of-control. We also
will be opening up to other realities that will be impacting us
Our present very tidy sense of 'reality' and its boundaries is
due to become much more fluid and permeable. Every spiritual
tradition takes very seriously its prophesies about the End of
the World. But for the first time, we are seeing these
prophesies turning into believable predictions of Earth and
reality changes. That is how Dan fell from physics into
eschatology. [This last remark tells us that Rosemary is the one
doing the writing here.]
After experiencing numerous slammed doors among his former
scientific colleagues, he decided that the most logical place to
find fellow eschatologists would be in various intelligence
agencies and among investigators of the paranormal. Dan next
addressed how to communicate about
eschaton. Even a small
hint that the Government is worried about the End of the World
might start a chain reaction of panic, which could possibly
serve as a trigger for the eschaton.
On the other hand, people inside the Government might be wanting
to set up a kind of civil defense network vis-a-vis the eschaton.
And so they would be looking for people on the outside who could
much more freely network among the general public.
An important link in the communication chain is what has become
known as the "Aviary". This is the final link next to the public
network, and so it must be heavily disguised by its own
surrealistic smoke screen. The Aviary functions best by
amplifying people's own misconceptions about the paranormal. It
does this by helping to overinflate individual pieces of the
puzzle so that particular investigators get pushed further into
their own blind alleys. People are encouraged to be so
"distracted by the trees that they fail to see the forest".
This cacophony by people looking for truth in all the strangest
places provides an excellent cover for the deadly serious
business of clearing the decks and battening down the hatches
for the eschaton event. It is like a Manhattan Project going on
behind the scenes of alien grays and praying mantises having sex
with humans. However, this eschaton conspiracy is being
orchestrated by higher powers. And we don't mean the "Committee
of 300". Very few of the people even near the center of the
orchestration have a clear picture of what is coming down. But
they do know that something is coming, and that they will have
front-row seats. [note: Interesting that Guiley compares the
government actions behind the scenes to the Manhattan Project,
since that resulted in the most destructive weapon known to
historical man up to that time. And now, subconsciously, Ms.
Guiley has revealed to us the agenda: Total destruction of the
masses of humanity except for those few elite who "help the
project" and "sign agreements" to keep secrets - such as
herself. "When you dance with the Devil, the Devil doesn't
change - the Devil changes YOU.]
The "Manhattan Project"
relative to the eschaton is a global
civilian network of people who will serve as a lightning rod for
the cosmic energies coming in during the consciousness
revolution. They will be looking to channel these energies into
expanded realities. Thus, they will provide a degree of
protection for those people who can find their places alongside
Outside of the network, there will be greater
levels of trauma and confusion. The pieces of the network are
already in place. The remaining task is to properly activate and
link the pieces into a critical mass of awareness. This last
step is now underway. This is how an 'Aviary' helps to spawn an
'Aquarium', and how 'birds' learn to swim. The Aquarium is our
business, and we are working to reach people who are ready to be
activated in the consciousness revolution.
And here Ms. Guiley has described exactly what
have described for us and have helped us to uncover - that the
Negative Hierarchy has created the New Age Movement, the
Potential Movement, the "Contactee" and
Phenomenon for the express purpose of locking the planet into
total Control - to make it a "headquarters" for the
And as the C's have said regarding the "Higher Powers"
that Ms. Guiley reverentially refers to above:
A: At those levels, there is only one "Master."
Q: (L) "Those levels"? What 'levels'?
A: Levels that can hand down orders to bury or suppress. ...
Those who are at that level have been bought-and-paid for by
both giving knowledge of upcoming cataclysmic vents, and
promised survival and positions of power after. It is not
difficult to realize that there is a body of such types in
positions of power already. Power is not only attractive to such
types, but they are also the kind most easily corrupted by it.
We also notice that Ms. Guiley has compared the process to that
of "birds learning to swim". In other words, she and
are giving their signature as part of the Scale Gang - the
Reptilian Overlords, as opposed to the
Avian followers of the
All Giving Mother.
According to Dan Smith - who undoubtedly is privy to a wealth
of accurate though not widely known UFO information - this data
is being released through him due to the grave concern by high
government officials about impending metaphysical catastrophe -
the eschaton, or the End of the World. What we see, however, is
that Dan Smith and Rosemary Ellen Guiley are being used to
further the agenda of the World Controllers who do, indeed,
suspect the "End of the World", but have their own plans to
survive it at the expense of most of the human population.
this agenda that Ms. Guiley is now actively promoting in her
writings and columns in Fate Magazine, which has become an organ
of COINTELPRO, etc. We do notice that Ms. Guiley - like
Strieber and the rest of the gang who play ball with the Matrix
Controllers - have NO TROUBLE whatsoever getting "30 books
published" and "hobnobbing" with the CIA.
(A) John Mack:
According to Dick Farley
- former aide to C.B. Scott Jones - Laurance Rockefeller funneled "$194,000 to Mack's
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.
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 along with
various other donations. According to Bassett, Mack claims to
have received funding from an ex-CIA source.
(B) 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
Other, non-intelligence participants included Dr. Richard
Nakamura of the National Institute of Health [note: 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
(C) 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 3 EM weapons used by U.S. Government agents.
First, the noise generators used against the Davidians. Second,
a powerful strobe light, shown during a nighttime sequence. And
the third was the Russian psycho-acoustic weapon considered, but
agents deny use of this weapon against the Waco people. FBI
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 (e.g.,
the recent "Non-Lethal Warfare" conference).
See also: The Man Who Knew Too Much - What really happened at
Waco? 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. 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
I'd spent hours in that workshop reviewing tapes on his
8-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. Carlos 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 that 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 Medical Academy.
"Acoustic psycho-correction involves the transmission of
specific commands via static or white noise bands into the human
subconscious ..." The Russian experts - among them former
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 Technology".)
(D) High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program, HAARP
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
systems". The HAARP system intends to beam 3.6 Gigawatts of
effective radiated power of hig- frequency radio energy into the
ionosphere in order to (warning: all of which follows may be
● 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
(E) During 1993, John Alexander and his team were working with
Dr Igor Smirnov
(A) By controlling the nature of the magnetic fields and 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 Blackmore have
been accused of being in the
Aviary.) Persinger was on the board
of advisors for the False Memory Syndrome Foundation. Also an
informal advisor to SRI's remote-viewing program.
(B) As of 1994,
Smirnov has worked at Moscow's Institute of
Psycho-Correction using subliminal technology as therapy for
drug abusers and others. The Institute has been strapped for
cash after 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,
pg 57) However, Smirnov works with the Human Potential
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 mere suggestions.]
With a technique called "gene tracking,"
Dr. Garth Nicolson
at the MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston, TX discovers that
many returning Desert Storm veterans are infected with an
altered strain of Mycoplasma incognitos - 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.
John D. Rockefeller (D-WV) 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
(A) James Randi:
"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 wristwatch that
would protect the lucky wearer against the deadly effects of
hairdryers 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
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 May and his
Cognitive Sciences Laboratory moved there in 1991.
- previously indicted on 10 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 CIA; 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."
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
State). 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.
(C) 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.
(A) 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 Bigelow tried to
control the direction of the group. UFO skeptic Philip Klass
reportedly accused John Alexander of causing the break-up,
although Alexander denies it.
Maccabee has recently worked with the National Institute for
Discovery Sciences (NIDS) and probably worked with-or-near
Byrd, as the two both worked at the Naval Surface Weapons Center
at the same time.
(B) Courtney Brown, author of
Voyage, Dutton, 1996. Brown
was trained in remote-viewing by Ed Dames and took courses at
the Monroe Institute. 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 are:
● 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" television 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
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. Dames made similar claims as early
as 1993 (see Stark, Debby, "Talking to Ed Dames", NM MUFON News,
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
(C) 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)
(D) 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).
(E) Department of Defense admits that Desert Storm soldiers were
exposed to chemical agents.
(A) 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
(B) 88 members of Congress sign a letter demanding an
investigation into bioweapons use and Gulf War Syndrome.
(A) Michael Persinger:
"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 significant." (Letter to Wes Thomas, 1/6/99)
(B) 2000 Terminal experiments are being carried out on women,
babies, and men of all ages.