January 7, 2012

Sleepless in Roswell [Part 2]


This the concluding part of Colin Bennett’s Sleepless in Roswell, part one of which was published yesterday.


 

5. Weaponisation of the Narrative

Alien under ConstructionIn this sense meant by Errol Morris, can we deconstruct “fact”? Is the universe meant to work properly, or does the fabled “noise in the machine” function (like the UFO) as an anomalistic destabiliser? Does the slightest anomaly blossom out like the proverbial butterfly’s wing and throw any and every partially-stabilised system into chaos?

Certainly belief structures, from Jesus to UFOs, from Nazism to Capitalism, can be designed, managed and cultivated as crops in a cosmological nutrient. The symbiotic relationship of we might call a “soft” Lady GaGa mass-media system to the “hard” spines of rational belief structures appears to  concern the somewhat political management of different degrees of counter-ritualization concerning metaphor structure. Story-lines dispute fact and fact does not like story lines in the sense that they tend to destabilize the inner dimensions of fact which propagandistically (and all culture is propaganda) would like to be seen as absolutes.

This leads to the somewhat postmodern thought that live consciousness is a manipulation of theatres managing a scaling of allowances rather than objectivities. Thus in our New Model Ufology here we may say that the “extraterrestrial alien” (for example) is permanently “under construction” rather than being either strictly factual or strictly fictional.

Thus the answer to Fermi’s question “where are they?” is that  the alien is under construction…

http://www.paranoiamagazine.com/backissues.html

Therefore (as is happening) bits and pieces of a whole thing may arrive before the main body. This is a good model for Darwinism and the 19th century Eugenics movement forming eventually into the main body of Nazism in the form of Adolf Hitler. In the same as Eugenics were under discussion…

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January 6, 2012

Sleepless in Roswell [Part 1]


Sleepless in Roswell 

Weaponising the Narrative

by Colin Bennett

For Steven Jobs and Stephen Wozniac
Who helped create the modern Imagination

“All Image Systems are Magical Systems.”
(Politics of the Imagination)
“If you think things could get worse, then at least you know that you’re not in Hell.”
(George Mensche, The Rumford Rogues)
“When we imagine we create a form of life”
(Looking for Orthon)

Flying Discman from MarsIntroduction

The world needs to put UFOs and Ufology in a radically different perspective. As a culture it is at least as important as the drawings of Piranesi or Michelangelo, or the paintings of Dali or Chirico. What we get from such precious things we can get from the story-architecture of Ufology, which is now an essential part of our postmodern Imagination. Even in the kitchens of the most ardent sceptic there will be some item which owes its shape and character to the UFO, now a big prime-time star in the postmodern universe. As a Big Star, the UFO is as unavoidable as are Elvis Presley, Monroe, Michael Jackson, or the idea of quantum entanglement.

Ufology turns even downright imposture into a species of postmodern art form, showing that the mechanical truth of a story is something of a decoy.

What matters is that the tale is told complete with all its faults and deceptions and the supposed framework of its truths and lies. Any story bar-codes us forever. Despite our acceptances and rejections, we play with story games, we rehearse them, add new episodes even to absurd claims, and despite ourselves again, we continue and develop even the most dubious episodes, whether they are junk theatre or not.

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January 28, 2010

John Alexander – Mr. Non-Lethal With Many Hands in Many Pots



John Alexander

Rtd Col John Alexander. Copyright: Sam Morris, Las Vegas Sun


John B. Alexander. Who is this man? Many people have heard of him in different capacities and within different contexts. Some are aware of his technical work in the field of non-lethal weapons – in fact, he is a man who has been deeply involved within the military-industrial complex for many years. Other people know of him from his very early days in the U.S. Army from 1956 through 1988, when he finally retired as a Colonel.

The man is no slouch – having served time in Vietnam leading Special Forces teams. After the war was over, he worked his way up through the ranks until his last position as the Director at the Advanced systems Concepts Office under General Stubblebine.

As many people know, the Ufologist who was the original victim (or collaborator) of an elaborate effort to distribute MJ-12 documents upon the Ufology community was Bill Moore. Bill Moore eventually reported the names of all of his contacts during those MJ-12 years (1980s) in the form of his “Aviary” list of contacts. John Alexander was one of those contacts.

Coincidentially, John Alexander’s retirement from military/government work and his entry into private research at Los Alamos National Laboratory somewhat coincided with Hal Puthoff’s 1985 retirement from his Remote Viewing government contract and entry into private research at his privately owned research institute in Texas. Hal was also a member of Moore’s “Aviary” list of contacts. Coincidentally, Dr. Christopher “Kit” Green also retired from full time government work (CIA) in 1985 to enter into private industry as well, doing neuroscience work for General Motors.

At Los Alamos, Alexander began his work on Non-Lethal Defense technologies. Like Kit Green, he maintained contractual connections with government agencies, attended conferences and conducted briefings or talks for various U.S. Government and Intelligence organizations as well as collaborating and heading up various research endeavors with organizations throughout Industry and Academia. His non-lethal technology work is very public. He has wrtten articles in The Boston Globe and the Washington Post, and his work has been featured in publications like Scientific American, Wired and TV programs like CNN and Dateline. Now that you have an idea of the man’s public life, it’s time to dig deeper and explore into the man’s private endeavors that many people in the general public don’t know a whole lot about.

Dumpster Diving into Ufology

Like Kit Green and Hal Puthoff, John Alexander was listed by Bill Moore and others as a “U.S. Intelligence Contact” throughout the mid and late 1980s. Coincidentally, the public release of MJ-12 perfectly coincided with the military/government retirements of these men. What other evidence is there regarding the specifics of Alexander’s involvement with Ufologists during the mid to late 1980’s?

Once again, Bob Collin’s book Exempt from Disclosure leaks more information into the public domain that was previously hidden in secrecy, or at least obscurity. Also like Hal, Kit and most of Moore’s other contacts, Alexander has a direct connection to the parapsychology research that was ongoing within the military at the time. In particular, John Alexander worked under General Albert “Bert” Stubblebine III within INSCOM – looking for ways to improve the psychic performance of the military remote viewers.

In fact, according to “Remote Viewers: The Secret History of America’s Psychic Spies”, by Jim Schnabel, Stubblebine signed contracts with the Monroe Institute to test various hypnosis techniques to enhance remote viewer’s performance.

The Turning Point – When Paranormal Research Results in Disaster


John Alexander (Los Alamos), Gordon Novel, and John's wife Victoria


In 1984, General Stubblebine sent an officer to the Monroe Institute for another “RV enhancement” test. According to one of our sources, the technique that the Monroe institute applied to this particular officer was one where all stimuli was removed from the environment. Clothes, lights or sounds were all removed, leaving the officer stark naked in a pitch-black room. The event led to the officer having a psychotic breakdown, and finally Stubblebine’s “retirement” in 1984.

We’re talking about a man, now featured in the major motion film “The Men Who Stare at Goats” as repeatedly attempting to walk through a wall, only to collide with it. We confirmed with several sources that this really took place.

What does all of this have to do with Ufology? Well, psychic phenomenon was not all Stubblebine or Alexander were interested in. In 1991, years after his retirement, Stubblebine, C.B. Scott Jones, and two Ufologists Victoria Lacas and Rima Laibow (who later became his second wife), traveled throughout Europe and the Soviet Union conducting research (and making contacts) into UFO and Psychic phenomenon there. Later, Stubblebine and his new wife Rima held “spoon-bending” parties for their elite friends and colleagues.

How much was Alexander involved with Stubblebine and C.B. Scott Jones in all of this research? Well, Victoria Lacas is now Victoria Alexander – John’s wife. Read Victoria’s comments about the film “The Men Who Stare at Goats.” In the 1990’s, John went on to work part-time for Bigelow-funded National Institute for Discovery Science (NIDS), alongside the usual fringe-research folks – Hal Puthoff, Kit Green, Kolm Kelleher and others.

And for those of you who thought Gordon Novel only recently popped up on the Ufology radar in recent years with his strange “RAM” project – take another good, long look at the photo above.

John Alexander and Ufology

On Page 8 of Exempt from Disclosure, under a section titled “Summits without the cocktails, the fall of 1986,” Collins writes:

“Ernie Kellerstrass had Bill Moore, Jaime Shandera, Hal Puthoff, Col. John Alexander (author of the book, Future War), Scott Jones (assistant for Senator Pell), and I over to his house in Beavercreek, OH (suburb of Dayton OH) for dinner. All of our meetings were very somber with most of us lookin glike stiffs right out of an “X-Files” show.”

At the time, Alexander was not yet retired, and still actively working on classified remote viewing work while taking part in these private UFO meetings. Given the ongoing activities, up to 2005 and beyond, of many of the individuals listed in this paragraph by Collins, we thought that it is very likely John Alexander is also still involved and active as well.

So, we decided to go straight to the horse’s mouth and ask John Alexander directly about these matters. His responses were interesting. The interesting part was more in what he chose not to answer, rather than what he answered.

The John Alexander Interview

Ryan: On Page 8 of Exempt from Disclosure, Collins writes: “[pasted quote above]” – Could you describe why you agreed to take part in this “summit without the cocktails” in 1986, with personalities like Kellerstrass and Ufologists Bill Moore and Jaime Shandera?

John: Don’t understand the question or context. Did meet him once. Certainly no summit.

Ryan: The context was a meeting in 1986 at Ernie Kellerstrass’ house in Beavercreek, Ohio – apparently to discuss some of Ernie’s stories related to UFOs. Again – could you describe why you agreed to meet with Ernie to discuss the topic? Did a friend invite you, or did Ernie himself?

John: Not sure – that was over 20 years ago and not of a great deal of importance.

Ryan: I know that you were involved (are involved) with non-lethal research, and back then it was just about a year or so from your military retirement and entry into private research. Your interest and involvement in the PSI field is well-documented (such as in your book and in the movie) – but I’m trying to understand why you were interested in UFOs and if there was some connection to your PSI work?

John: Am interested in many areas.

Ryan: On page 9, Collins describes a cloak and dagger operation where the members of the group he just outlined all traveled individually to meet with Executive Producer Seligman (the person who eventually produced “Cover Up Live” featuring Collins and Doty) in Dayton, OH at a secluded State Park. Did you take part in this operation to brief Seligman, and if so, why were you specifically involved and what did information did you plan to share with the Executive Producer?

John: No.

Ryan: On page 11, Collins describes yet another meeting in September of 1988 where everyone met in Albuquerque, NM to conduct interviews for the 1988 UFO show. Were you specifically interviewed by the producers of that show either at the Albuquerque interviews or at any other time or place? If so, can you share what information you provided to the producers and why?

John: No.

Ryan: Throughout the years, Collins consistently refers to a secret “Los Alamos” source who discusses UFO/Alien matters with him. Are you that source, and why?

John: No.

Ryan: On November 3rd, 2009, your wife, Victoria Alexander, wrote a review for the movie “The Men who Stare at Goats.” In that review she writes: “John was formerly with the U.S. Army Intelligence & Security Command (INSCOM) under Major General Albert Stubblebine.” We’ve learned that previous to Bert’s retirement, the last incident that led to his departure was related to a case at the Monroe Institute where he subjected an officer to a particular treatment meant to increase psychic ability (we were told it was the removal of all stimuli) which drove the officer into a psychotic state.

Were these events taking place while you were working for Stubblebine – and can you share more details about the event and how it impacted your own personal beliefs and research related to PSI effects?

John: Yes, Pat was not wound too tight to begin with. TMI was a step too far for him, and he had missed the examination process that all of the other attendees went through. He recovered just fine. Bert didn’t, but that’s another story. Recommend you read The Warrior’s Edge. Most of the stuff I wrote in that book.

Final Words

I admit – the interview felt like it was a bit “lacking” in substance or openness. John was evasive and ignored a number of the questions – in a few cases the most important ones. John ignored the importance of that 1986 meeting that Collins described as involving the group of people Moore eventually identified as his list of contacts throughout the MJ-12 affair. The fact that Alexander was on that list, and here he was meeting with other folks related to the topic of UFOs, is very likely not lost on our more discerning readers.

In short, based upon a close review of his history, associates and which pots his hands are in, in combination with his brisk and evasive answers – I have to conclude that John Alexander is far more involved in these particular Ufology matters than he would like people to know about. I am now even more suspicious than ever before that John was one of the integral players in the distribution effort of the MJ-12 memes upon the public domain, starting in the 1980’s and continuing throughout the next several decades to today.

In time, through interviewing additional players, digging further into the background activities and events, and uncovering more about the interactions among the various players – we will be able to definitively prove or disprove that suspicion.



Filed under: Serpo,UFOlogy,UFOs — Tags: , , , , — RyanDube @ 4:34 am




January 10, 2010

The Ernie Kellerstrauss UFO and MJ12 Drama


wpafbHave you heard of the Kellerstrauss UFO story yet? When most people think of the MJ12 documents, they think of Bill Moore, Jamie Shandera, Rick Doty and the other characters circulated throughout the Internet in the form of Ufology urban legends and of course the Aviary mythology. Surprisingly, despite countless examples revealing why the documents are fraudulent – one example Steve described in detail in an earlier article on the Truman signature, the MJ-12 cult led by Dr. Robert Wood and Ryan Wood forges ahead with their close minded and steadfast belief in the authenticity of the documents.

Where Does the Kellerstrauss UFO Connection Fit In?

So you might be wondering about Ernie Kellerstrass and the Kellerstrauss UFO link. Robert Collins was actually the first person to publicly name Ernie Kellerstrauss in his UFO book Exempt from Disclosure. So, the name is not yet high on the radar for many Ufologists, and the majority of researchers haven’t made many of the connections between what Collins allowed to slip out in his book, and the events that went on from the 1970s through today.

We first brought some of those connections to light in the RU article Bruce Maccabee Interviews Ernie “Hawk” Kellerstrass. In 2005, Maccabee released the content of a series of interviews that took place from 1985 through 1986 between himself and Ernie Kellerstrass. In those interviews, which took place before the public release of the MJ12 documents, Ernie described the following topics to Bruce.

(1) A secret book containing information about “EBE”, multiple alien races
(2) Early history from 10,000 years ago to the time of Christ
(3) Captured Alien Craft and Bodies/Prisoners
(4) Aliens as vegetarians
(5) Their star-system having a double-star, or double-sun.

Now, Ernie made reference to this information as coming from Dale Graff. At the time of the alleged Dale Graff/Ernie Kellerstrass conversations, 1979, Dale Graff was actively involved in a Top Secret government project that is now publicly revealed – the government’s remote viewing research. Ernie was Dale’s acting Supervisor at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base. This is a strange coincidence considering the number of former remote viewing characters who became involved and events that took place after the 1985 Maccabee interview.

Regardless who came up with the information, Ernie or Dale, the fact is that Ernie publicly revealed this information almost the same exact year that shadowy characters started forcing the public distribution of the MJ12 documents upon the Ufology community.

Amazingly, the MJ12 documents contained the exact same topics that Ernie had previously discussed in his interview with Bruce Maccabee.

So What Does It All Mean?

Is there even any Ernie Kellerstrauss UFO connection to the government at all, or are these memes simply the fabrication of one or two delusional minds? Did they see things during their work on Top Secret projects that they misinterpreted and later analyzed as relating to Aliens? Or were the projects actually related to the study of aliens and UFO’s?

In another previous article, we mentioned how Ingo Swann once allegedly remote viewed a UFO (according to the old remote viewing urban legends). Could these fabricated documents have been related to similar RV sessions? Or were the MJ12 docs an attempt by a group of believers to extract a reaction from a government that they believed was covering up inside information relating to UFOs.

If anyone is familiar with the closing of Project Blue Book – there were a lot of angry folks that felt the project shut-down was premature and unwarranted. Were there enough angry individuals to form a new group that would go on the offensive against a government they believed was attempting to keep the truth from the public?

There are a few things that are now known for certain regarding the origins of the MJ12 documents, and the origins of the “Aviary” group in those initial years of the 1980s. We know that many of Ernie Kellerstrass’ UFO ideas, were part of a discussion of these matters between himself and Dale Graff in the late 1970s, long before the ideas ever went public. We also know that an initiative built up steam from the mid-1970s through the mid 1980s to mount some kind of operation either against Ufology, against the U.S. government, or both.

Furthermore, we know that this group, while they are dispersed throughout the country and each have different UFO/Alien beliefs of their own that extend beyond the Kellerstrauss UFO theories, and the members of that group still maintain their collective efforts to distribute this material, at least as late as 2005.

There are patterns and connections now floating throughout the public domain relating to the motives and activities of this group. Bob Collins book was an attempt by a believer to disclose the reality about Aliens and UFOs, however the true reality is that it served as a massive security breach in the secrecy and privacy this private group has enjoyed for many decades.



Filed under: Serpo,UFOlogy,Ufology History — Tags: , , , , — RyanDube @ 5:35 pm




June 29, 2009

Gary Bekkum and Serpo: A Drama Queen Cannot Exist Without an Audience


binocularsTry as I might, I can never seem to get Gary Bekkum and his overdramatic boy-spy blog out of my life.  Just when we, at RU, think that he’ll be content publishing the same old baseless government conspiracy theories over and over – he throws a real doozy out there…a major faux pas manipulation of the truth that simply can’t go unfixed. As an organization that prides itself upon a “passion for truth,” such an outright abortion of the truth can’t go unanswered. What is this terrible thing? It’s a recent article Gary published at the American Chronicle, a cheesy small online publication that publishes user content from anyone who’s willing to write an article for free for them. In Gary’s recent article titled, “Spy Games Revealed: Spies, Lies and Polygraph Tape,” Gary weaves a very odd web – quoting out-of-context snippets from select email conversations between two friends who happen to be either current or former U.S. intelligence employees.

In this long, volumous article, Gary attempts to paint scammer Rick Doty as a “spy” of sorts – simply a scape goat as part of some sweeping government cover-up operation. The tale he paints is certainly dramatic (he is a drama-queen after all), intriguing, and unfortunately overwhelmingly baseless speculation that turns out to be nowhere near the target.

There are a few things people should know about the incident Gary refers to, where Ron and Green appear to be discussing the “SERPO” hoax.  The facts are as follows.

– Ron Pandolfi did not volunteer his time or attention to the hoax – he was contacted and drawn into it (possibly intentionally) by Dr. Green.

– Ron conducted an unofficial, brief query regarding a few alleged DIA names that Dr. Green told Ron Pandolfi might be relevant and important.

– In the course of trying to ascertain where these names Dr. Green received came from, Ron Pandolfi interviewed Rick Doty via email.

– All of the above activities were done out of a personal, private request from his friend Kit Green – otherwise Pandolfi would have had no interest in this drama

Why did Kit draw his friend Ron into the drama? Your guess is as good as ours – although it could have something to do with the fact that those who were creating and pushing the Alien stories known as “Serpo” were making every attempt possible to make it appear as though the sources “comfirming” the story were official and legitimate.  In his usual tell-only-half-the-story manipulation, Gary Bekkum finishes his article with the following quote:

kit“I need you to know that Col. Weaver has contacted me and said he is Gene Loscowski. Her [sic] referred in detail to the meeting you and I had with Barry Hennessey about Rick’s polygraph records … He quoted what I said, what you did, and the circumstances of the meeting to convince me of who he was. He also told me the essence of the SERPO story was true.”

Everyone reading this article should pause at this point.  Consider what Gary Bekkum is attempting to do…add legitimacy and relevance to the old “Serpo” releases and the sources behind them. Why would someone want to do such a thing – especially after so many of the sources have already been revealed as nothing more than sock puppets for a small group of men who have absolutely no official clearances for this sort of information? Rick Doty…Ernie Kellerstrass…seriously, folks.

To provide readers with the rest of the story, RU will provide Ron’s response to Kit’s claim above, which Gary quoted in his article completely out-of-context.  As you are reading this full quote (we’ve neither redacted nor modified any part of this), please make note that Ron is responding to claims about DIA/visitors from Kit – no one else. It should also be noted that the claimed “Col Weaver” contact was via email, and Kit had not confirmed that the sender was really who he claimed to be.

Kit explains to Ron how these “contacts” related to Serpo typically work:

“I suspect more details are not worthy of email. That said: 100% of all communications have been by email. I have no actual human contact whatsoever…they didn’t show up, ever, for the pre-arranged meetings…not one person: Gene, Paul, Herb, Smith, Joseph, Lackey.

I have erased all the emails…every one. However, I suspect there must be a way to retrieve them from my hard drive or the University Server. if someone knows how to do that, with proper identification, they are welcome to sit in my office and get them. The FBI wasn’t the least bit interested…but then, they never are.

The following was one of Ron’s responses to the strange story that Kit was telling him (Ron also confused “Gene” as a woman – the source is actually portrayed as a man…inconsequential of course because Gene isn’t really “Gene” in the first place):

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From: Ronald Pandolfi [mailto:xxxxx@cox.net]
Sent: Sat 9/2/2006 2:29 PM
To: Green, Christopher
Subject: RE: PRIVATE: Search For Two DIA Sources

Kit,

I was not with you during the meeting you had with Barry Hennessey about Rick’s polygraph records. The meeting you and I participated in included Barry Hennessey, Col. Weaver, and the CIA CI Director and did not involve any discussion of Rick’s polygraph records. So the quote from Ms. Loscowski regarding what I did and the circumstances of the meeting could not have been correct. More likely the person who claimed to be Ms. Loscowski described what she had read on the Internet concerning the fabricated story that you and I had met with Barry Hennessy to discuss Rick’s polygraph records. Therefore the lady who contacted you most likely was not Col.
Weaver.

Your expansion of the story of the two DIA employees visiting LANL and being known to others has me concerned. The names you provided do not correspond to any DIA employees. There are no people with those names that have TS//SCI clearances. If the story of the sources/visitors is true, they are falsely representing themselves as DIA employees, possibly to access sensitive facilities and acquire classified information for a foreign service.

I am nearly certain that Rick fabricated this entire story, and that he is Mr. Anonymous, Ms. Loscowski, and the two DIA sources/visitors. If so, Rick may just be having a good time, and we need not be concerned for national security. If not, there may actually be a network of foreign agents penetrating some of our most sensitive facilities under the false flag of a DIA operation. Therefore please be very clear in describing the form of communications you had with Ms. Loscowski (e.g. phone, e-mail, etc.); how you acquired the additional background concerning the DIA sources visitors; and what you know of about the many people who know them.

Ron

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Not very long ago, Ron was kind enough to offer RU investigators a short briefing about the entire episode that transpired between he and Kit, and how Kit’s claims, in particular about Dearlove’s reactions to the alleged DIA names, caused Ron a lot of personal embarassment when he attempted to follow-up the story Kit was claiming with officials within the Agency. In the end, the DIA names turned out all completely fabricated, save for one – a DIA clerk without security clearances but who’d just started her job. Somehow, the scammers had obtained her name from a directory or other source, and started using it as a “DIA contact” – that person’s name was Tamara Linden. In fact, the scammers continue using a Tamara Linden email address today, as well as the Gene and Paul accounts – all fraudulent email accounts using fake or borrowed names. Not a single legitimate DIA source exists, nor does a single ounce of government interest exist in “SERPO,” to support the strange, delusional tales that Gary Bekkum weaves with each article he writes.

And now you know the rest of the story.



Filed under: Serpo — Tags: , , , , — RyanDube @ 10:50 pm




June 10, 2009

Latest RealityUncovered News and Updates


notes1 One thing we’ve learned here at RealityUncovered.net is that folks are very curious about all of our ongoing investigations. Every now and then we’ll receive emails from both members and non-members asking about how our investigations are going. We’ve decided to publish a monthly update to the blog outlining all ongoing investigations as well as the status on each – and any interesting tidbits we’ve learned along the way.

The Nature of Ufology Demands Secrecy

While we’re the last ones to promote non-disclosure when it comes to UFO information, one aspect of Ufology that requires secrecy is the "scoop" factor. The scoop is one of the biggest reasons Ufologists constantly fail to make any significant progress, because whether it’s researching a UFO sighting, government disclosure or any other groundbreaking story – investigators tend to lie, cheat and steal to capture story ideas and information from other researchers.

The problem with this is that the fastest person to publish the story is usually also the person who conducted the least research and verification of facts and evidence.  This has led to a field dominated by poor researchers who lack in critical-thinking skills. The confusion and doubt created by these shoddy articles lead to baseless speculation (in order to answer the points that were poorly researched), and also fuels the widening gap between the "skeptics" and "believers."

Well researched articles, on the other hand, leave very little question as to the truth. And for anyone who’s truly passionate about the truth – that’s what really matters. Some believers, due to a concept called cognitive dissonance sometimes ignore the evidence to protect the carefully built belief system in their head – but for the folks who are still grounded in reality, these well-researched and evidence-based articles are critical to a good understanding of what’s really going on. What this means, however, is that for good research to get carried out, it needs to be done under a certain degree of privacy and protection from other Ufology researchers – so while we can’t share all of the details about our ongoing investigations, we’ll provide what we can.

Ongoing RealityUncovered Research

The following topics are those that RU became interested in over the course of our multiple-year investigation into first Project Serpo, and then as that expanded into MJ-12 and a much larger 30+ year Ufology scam. The following side investigations are ongoing and at various degrees of completion. If you have any interest in joining RU investigators and contributing to the research, please contact us immediately. We are now offering payment for all contributor articles.

blackhole 1. MJ-12 Investigation –  The MJ-12/Serpo story continues to shock and suprise us regarding the depth and the scope of the long-running fraudulent activity. The activity involves a group of individuals, spans several decades, and involves scientific fraud, criminal activity and in some cases outright manipulation of Ufology enthusiasts, whom the scammers have very little respect for.

2. Steven Greer – RU investigators received information regarding the earliest days of Steven Greer’s "career" in Ufology. This was long before his "Disclosure Project" and CSETI days. We continue following a lead from 2006 referencing those early activities that are not mentioned anywhere else online, and have remained covered-up for almost two decades.

3. John Callahan – John Callahan is the FAA official who spoke at the National Press Conference in  2007, and told reporters, "At the end, one of the three people from the CIA said, ‘This event never happened; we were never here; we’re confiscating all this data and you are all sworn to secrecy.’" RU investigators, in collaboration with one of our members who had access to Leslie Kean at the Coalition for Freedom of Information who set up the conference, interviewed Leslie Kean in order to contact John. Our CIA source who was at the meeting provided information (to Leslie as well) about the meeting that conflicted with John’s statement to the press, and a second source who was at the meeting also confirmed that John’s statement to the press was untrue. Leslie attempted to block all attempts to question John directly. If anyone has further information on this story and would like to contribute directly before it is published to the national press, please contact us immediately.

4. Gordon Novel – Early on in our investigations, we learned about various ongoing activities within Ufology led by Gordon Novel and his alleged organization of a "reverse engineering" project that would eventually generate a craft that could fly based on flight properties observed from UFOs. Current activities related to this project are focused on gathering funds, and our sources confirm that multiple investors have already lost significant money on this "project." RU investigators continue to follow these activities because the prime person involved has a direct relationship and history with one of the MJ-12 scammers.

5. Earthtech/Institute of Advanced Research at Austin : Anyone with information about activities (both funding and promotional activities) at this research Institute is asked to contact RU directly.

6. Hal Puthoff – RU investigators are actively following up on several leads related to Dr. Hal Puthoff’s past and current activities in the field of Ufology. If you have information related to the funding of any of his work with Ken Shoulder’s "Charge Clusters" research and patent, Blacklight Power, High Freq. Gravity Wave research, Madison Priest’s "Magic Box," or the elusive "energy device," please contact us immediately. We now pay for published contributor articles.

7. Prion research – Early leads indicate that research into the brain degenerative Prion Disease may actually be related to something called mitochondria-mediated apoptosis – and one Canadian lead suggests that one cause could possibly be related to past military weapons research.

8. Robert Baker’s GravWave (Case Closed) – Information surrounding Robert Baker’s HFGW research suggests that the science as detailed by GravWave is not valid. Oddly, the typical "persons" who’ve promoted invalid scientific research in the past are also promoting Baker’s HFGW push to International scientists and investors. RealityUncovered contributed to the JASON group’s effort in determining all scientists involved in the work and providing information about the EarthTek conference by Davis and Puthoff promoting Baker’s work. This RU case was closed after the publication of the JASON report .

Research and Write for RealityUncovered

If you have information regarding any of RU’s ongoing investigations and would like to write a feature article on any of these topics, please contact us immediately. We’re now offering payment for all contributor articles. Why waste time writing for free at other paranormal/conspiracy forums and websites, when you can get paid for your research at RU? Contact us immediately with your application – we’re looking forward to bringing you on board.

Read more about how to apply for writing opportunities at RealityUncovered on the forum .



Filed under: Disclosure,Disinfo,Serpo,Site Related,UFOlogy — Tags: , , , — RyanDube @ 7:35 pm




June 4, 2009

Earth Energies Talks – Is Free Energy Possible?


energy One of the most amazing aspects of researching Ufology is the concept that most investigators who’ve been involved in the field for a certain amount of time usually end up fascinated by two major concepts – psychic power and free energy. In many ways the two ideas are very different, and in many other ways they are very much the same. After all, for many years parapsychologists explained the psychic "reality" that they believed they could reproduce in the lab through the concept of  a single, unifying "cosmic" force.

A Cosmic Force by Any Other Name

One man’s cosmic force is another man’s god. These are the fringes of science – the outer edge where physics struggles to explain the existence of the universe from the fragments that are already understood. The various Earth Energies talks that go on within conferences and committees, both within government agencies and non-profit institutes, all strive to understand the underlying source of energy that forms the Universe so that maybe, just maybe we can "tap" into that energy just like a waterwheel taps into the energy of a raging river.

Is There a Cosmic "River" of Energy?

Within electrical engineering there’s a deep appreciation for real-world conservation of energy – the idea in physics that energy can not be created or destroyed. Many people know of Einstein’s theory represented by E=mc2, or "E equals mc squared."  What’s it really mean? It means that in Einstein’s view of reality – E is energy.  The other side of the equation is the cool part.

The equation represents Einstein’s view of this connection between energy and mass when you combine it with the speed of light. In 1933, Irene and Frederic Joliot-Curie captured a photograph showing the creation of two particles within a "quantum of light" and curving away from eachother. John Cockcroft and E.T.S. Walton later established the reverse process of converting mass into energy in the splitting of an atom – each lower in mass than the original atom, but creating enormous energy in the process. Of course, we know how the conversion of mass to energy was used in warfare not very long afterwards. But keep in mind that Einstein never made any claims that energy could come from the vacuum of space, nor did he support anything even closely resembling a concept some pseudo-scientists are pushing called "zero-point" energy.

Is Free Energy Possible Then?

This goes back to conservation of energy. Whether or not you’re talking matter or energy, the Universe is balanced on both a macro and micro scale. Even in magnetism, a magnet only turns as long as the magnetic fields are unbalanced by another magnet or electricity.  

If there is in fact a "fixed"  or balanced amount of energy in the Universe, then we experience nothing more than conversions of energy every day. The reserve of energy, or the Unifying Force, comes from something that already exists – so to create energy to power your car, or boat, or heat your house…you need to get it from somewhere. You need to convert it from something.

The most promising advanced technologies are those that increase the efficient conversion of energy from a natural source into the energy that our modern world uses – electricity.  Today, your car is powered by the combusion of fossil fuels – extracting the energy from that fuel and converting it into mechanical motion of pistons. Tomorrow, that same car may be powered by 80 to 90 percent efficient solar devices that convert solar radiation into strong electrical power. Again – these are technologies that convert one natural form of energy into another form. There’s no such thing as "free" energy, because energy can’t be created from nothing.

Avoid Free Energy Scams

If you come across a device where the inventor claims it can extract energy from the magnetic field of the earth or from zero-point vacuum energy, grab hold of your wallet and back away very, very slowly.  Invest absolutely none of your hard-earned money into any project that violates the natural laws of thermodynamics. These are laws that are not going away soon – however much the scam artists would like them to.

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March 10, 2009

The Philosophy Within the MJ-12 Documents


Bogus MJ12 Document

Bogus MJ12 Document

According to the 2007 MUFON Report, a "mysterious" AF Colonel and Rick Doty contacted Moore initially in September of 1980.  Taking this date into consideration, RU researchers decided to dig further back into the ongoing activities of the U.S. Air Force during this time period, and any place where the same philosophy might have appeared prior to making its way to Moore in 1980.  An obvious place to look would be the Air Force just before, and just after, 1980.  The question was – where to start?

As we previously reported, the 2005 article Hawk Tales by Bruce Maccabee was written as a supplement to Robert Collins’ 2005 book Exempt from Disclosure , and it provides a number of important clues.

This article includes references to names and events that took place at Wright Patterson Air Force Base in 1979 and earlier.  According to Maccabee’s 1985 interview with Kellerstrass (Hawk), Kellerstrass claims that Dale Graff shared an entire litany of alien/MJ-12 stories with him while they both served on the base in 1978-1979.  At the same time, Dale Graff was working very closely with SRI and Hal Puthoff on highly classified remote viewing research.

We eventually interviewed Dale Graff and learned that, at the time of those late-night "gee wiz" speculative conversations, Kellerstrass had only limited knowledge of the RV projects Dale and Hal were working on.  Dale admitted that, at the time, he repeatedly met with his supervisor, Dr. Anthony Cacioppo, to discuss the classified remote viewing research. When asked if he’d attended any "highly classified meetings" with Dr. Cacioppo at the time, would those likely have been the Remote Viewing work?  "Absolutely," Dale answered.  At the same time Dr. Cacioppo, and to a limited degree Dale Graff as well, were also involved in Project Blue Book work going on at the base before the Project was ended.  Kellerstrass reported to Maccabee that Dale and Cacioppo were meeting with a "secret committee" to discuss the issue of UFOs.  UFO believer groups would later label this committee as "MJ-12."

Maccabee states in his introduction that Kellerstrass was “One of the main sources of information" for Exempt from Disclosure .

In the interview, Kellerstrass claims that Dale Graff, as early as 1978, was privately feeding Kellerstrass the same exact themes and ideas (the “Philosophy” as described in the 2007 MUFON document) that would eventually make their way into the early 80’s versions of the MJ-12 documents, and eventually, Project Serpo in 2005 as well.  This philosophy was injected and mixed up with the common UFO "lore" that Moore and Shandera were already feeding Doty. Their Roswell/UFO stories were taken, injected with the philosophy, and recycled back to the UFO community.

In 1978, Ernie claims that Dale Graff told him about:

(1) A secret book containing information about an “EBE” (Extra-terrestrial Biological Entity) and multiple alien races.
(2) Early history of humanity from 10,000 years ago to the time of Christ, suggesting Christ as a central theme.
(3) Captured Alien Craft/Technology and Bodies/Prisoners.
(4) Aliens as vegetarians.
(5) Their star-system having a double-star, or double-sun.

However 1979 wasn’t Dale’s first interaction with SRI – according to Paul Smith’s chronology, in 1975 Air Force FTD became the “primary funder” of the SRI research program, with Dale Graff supervising.  If true, this implies a close relationship between Dale Graff and Harold Puthoff, starting in 1975.  By 1979, this relationship would have been at least 4 years old, and Dale was soon to become a very important figure in the government’s Remote Viewing research.

Shortly after these alleged Dale-Ernie conversations in 1979, the "mysterious" AF Colonel, Rick Doty and others contacted Ufologist and author Bill Moore in September of 1980.

The Philosophy Spreads, Travels from Wright Patterson 1979 to MJ-12 1980s

Rick Doty

Rick Doty

By 1981, Doty had revealed to Moore the information about crashed saucers and dead aliens which were all compiled in the original “Aquarius” document.  The “philosophy” of this document bears striking resemblance to the “philosophy” Dale Graff was feeding Ernie Kellerstrauss during 1978/1979.

In 1980 Rick Doty began actively distributing these same ideas to Moore, and later to Howe.  Obviously, at least these two men, Doty and Graff, were reading from the same book and following the same plot. The real question is, was that plot provided to them from outside individuals?

As Moore pointed out (quote from the MUFON document):

“I do know from first-hand experience that there was a tremendous amount of government disinformation involved, and that a large proportion of what we are hearing today about malevolent aliens, underground bases and secret treaties with the U.S. government has its roots firmly planted in the Bennewitz affair. Stories of an alleged UFO crash at Aztec, New Mexico, are also a part of this picture….
[snip]
And, since connections can be shown to exist between those who are spreading it now and those who were spreading it then, both from the Bennewitz angle and from within the intelligence community, it seems reasonable to assume that those responsible for it are not satisfied that their task has been completed, even after all this time…. The real question is ‘Why?’"

Moore draws the premature and erroneous conclusion that what Doty provided to him was government disinformation.  The truth is, the disinformation could just as easily have been a group effort from a private group outside of the authority or knowledge of the U.S. government.  Are these individuals still actively trying to distribute this same philosophy? The 2005 Project Serpo debacle tells us that this is so.

The Contemporary Release of the "Philosophy"

Kit, Pat, and Hal

Kit, Pat, and Hal

This time, the same group who released the earlier MJ-12 documents attempted to use the technology of the Internet to distribute the same meme again, nearly 25 years after they started the effort in 1980.  That attempt to utilize the power of the Internet is ultimately what led to their demise.  The group which RU researchers discovered actively distributing Serpo related materials included the same folks who were central figures in the MJ12/Aquarius activity with Moore/Pratt/Shandera….that group included, in part, Robert Collins and Rick Doty.   But this time, through a counter-intelligence initiative conducted against the group by Reality Uncovered investigators, additional members of those involved alongside Doty were finally revealed. Two of these individuals included Dr. Harold Puthoff and Dr. Christopher (Kit) Green.

Those were only the "semi-public" individuals who portrayed themselves as only involved with "investigating" the releases alongside those individuals who were chosen (by allegedly "anonymous" sources) to release the information via email and the web. Their (Green and Puthoff’s) intention was to remain "under the radar," during the releases. The non-public members of the group consist of a satellite group of ex-intelligence and ex-military men – all collaborating to inject various parts of this story into the field of Ufology.  These satellite “agents” include: James Angleton Jr., an Arizona group which may or may not include a J. Lackey, and other individuals who may be posing as fake email identities (either real stolen names, or fake ones entirely) including a Paul McGovern, Gene Lakes, Herb Milton (no longer active), and Tamara Linden.  One involved individual even falsely presented himself, in person, at a UFO conference as Paul McGovern. There may still be additional individuals involved as well.

Serpo – More of the Same

The general theme of the storyline coming from Dale Graff in 1979, and Rick Doty in 1980 are now clear.  The Aquarius document and MJ12 stories originated from the same place and had the same themes, the “Philosophy” that MUFON investigators recognized from the MJ12 information, and the following ideology that came from Graff/Kellerstrass. All of those sources seek to promote the same philosophy.

(1) A secret book containing information about “EBE”, multiple alien races
(2) Early history from 10,000 years ago to the time of Christ
(3) Captured Alien Craft and Bodies/Prisoners (Genetic Engineering)
(4) Aliens as vegetarians
(5) Their star-system having a double-star, or double-sun.

In 2005, we discovered the same story recycled under the new name Project Serpo:

Original “Anonymous” posting November 2005 (Crashed Alien Ship and “Prisoner”):

“One live entity [EBE] was found hiding behind a rock. The entity was given water but declined food. The entity was later transferred to Los Alamos.”

Posted by “Anonymous” November 4, 2005 (Double-Sun):

“The planet had two suns but their angles were small and allowed some darkness on the planet depending on one’s location.”

Posted by “Anonymous” November 7, 2005 (Secret Book about “EBE” containing information about multiple Alien races – genetic manipulation also used as a theme)

“The "Red Book" lists nine different visitors . We determined recently that some of the visitors were the same type of race but a "mechanical lifeform." They were hybrid beings that were created in a laboratory rather than by natural birth.”

Posted by “Anonymous” November 9, 2005 (Early history from 10,000 years ago to the time of Christ):

“The Eben civilization was estimated to be about 10,000 years old . They evolved from another planet, not on Serpo. The original home planet of the Ebens was threatened with extreme volcanic activity. [snip]

The Ebens have been space travelers for the past 2,000 years. The Ebens first visited Earth about 2,000 years ago.

The Ufologists who were publishing and promoting this new material, actually had the insight to recognize the comment of the visitation 2000 years ago from the 1980’s Aquarius document, and even called attention to it on the Serpo website.  Ironically, they considered the “match” a form of confirmation that the new information was legitimate.  They did not realize, or could not realize, that the source in both cases was the same exact person, Rick Doty and his group.  And that’s why the material was identical.

Posted by “Anonymous” November 14, 2005 (Aliens as Vegetarians):

"As I mentioned before, the Ebens allowed us to kill the beasts for meat. The meat isn’t really bad, 899 says it tastes like Bear, which I never ate. But Ebens look at us very strange when we eat meat. Strange, they can clone creatures and other species of humans but they can’t eat meat.

Same “philosophy” and the same core story, with a whole lot of erroneous “details” thrown in for show.  But what we were looking at in 2005 was a rehash of the information Moore received in 1980 from Doty and others, Linda Howe received from Doty and others, and which Ernie Kellerstrauss allegedly received from Dale Graff in 1979.

The origin of the story appears to be between 1978 and 1980.  And the group who created it appears to be centered around the active (at the time) Remote Viewing work, which during 1979 for the Air Force, was at Wright-Patterson FTD (Dale Graff/Ernie Kellerstrass) and SRI (Hal Puthoff), and for the CIA was the Office of Science and Technology (Kit Green).

It should be noted that the involvement of particular individuals in these releases, from 1979 through 2005, does not automatically imply nefarious motives. But it does demand appropriate explanation.  False stories were injected into Ufology, a field that strives, even today, to achieve credibility.  These stories negatively impacted that credibility in a big way, especially after th 1988 UFO Live! broadcast.

Next, we will discuss a shocking additional person who was also discussing elements of this same exact philosophy in the mid-to-late 1970’s, around the same time the Graff-Kellerstrass conversations were allegedly taking place.







March 3, 2009

Bill Moore’s Disinfo – A Vehicle for Injected Social Memes


Bill Moore Most anyone who’s researched Ufology history for any length of time knows the story of Bill Moore, Bob Pratt, and Jaime Shandera.  The short version is that following the publication of his book The Roswell Incident in the summer of 1980, Moore was contacted by someone claiming to be a Colonel at Offut AFB, as well as from another individual (Doty) from Kirkland AFB. Those contacting Moore convinced him that they were "high level government Intelligence" personnel who were "uncomfortable with the government’s continuing cover-up."

Puzzle Pieces from 1976 through 1985

No one has ever really pieced together, or fully exposed, all of the individuals who were involved in this early scam. Richard Doty is the only person who’s been publicly revealed as a contact. Moore’s announcement at MUFON in 1989 left much to be desired in terms of details and source names.

It took until 2007, at the MUFON International UFO Symposium Proceedings, for a well-written and thoroughly researched background expose to finally go public regarding these background activities surrounding the MJ-12 releases.  MUFON researchers did a brilliant job providing the public with a fair and balanced review of some of the activities of these scammers through the 1980s. 

Bob Pratt It helped that they had access to the "secret tapes," in which MUFON UFO Journal Editor, Robert Pratt, had recorded meetings and phone conversations with Moore.  These tapes revealed some fascinating new details about the men behind the scam. (Unfortunately, Bob Pratt passed away in November 2005, the same year and month the hoaxers attempted to start releasing the same stories via Project Serpo.) The general timeline detailed in the MUFON document, covering the years before the MJ-12 stories went "public" is summarized as follows.

-> Since September 5, 1980, Moore communicated with a "mysterious AF Colonel" through "middleman" Richard Doty (much like Doty also served (and still does) as the "middleman" for Bob Collins, author of Exempt from Disclosure , and many of Collins’ own "mysterious" sources.

-> Doty and his "mysterious contacts" recycled information fed to them by Moore and Friedman and recycled that information, in the form of allegedly classified or secret documents and stories, to UFO researchers including Linda Howe, Bruce Maccabee and others.

-> December 29 and 30, 1981 – Doty meets Moore at a restaurant and provided him with three documents, one of which was the "one-page Aquarius Teletype."

-> In 1982, with Doty’s assistance, Moore tried to get Bob Pratt to help him publish a book centered upon the Aquarius/MJ12 documents. The book project fizzled out in 1983. Richard Doty cooperated under the pseudonym "Ronald L. Davis."

-> After Moore told Doty the story of a famous UFO hoax, Doty and his associates used those story details to create the "Aquarius Executive Briefing" document and a few months later attempted to pass it off as an authentic document to Ufologist Linda Howe in April of 1983.

Aquarius/MJ12 Documents Were Created from Data Recycled from Ufologists

The most significant finding of the MUFON report was that the released MJ-12/Aquarius documents recycled information Moore, Shandera and Pratt had previously fed Doty.  The Mufon report quotes Friedman in 1996 writing:

"…the simple fact of the matter is the Moore, Shandera, and I had already picked up on all the names of the [MJ-12] list prior to the receipt of the [MJ-12] film…"

From page 107 of the MUFON report we get a glimpse of the people who appear to be helping Doty run the scam.

Linda Howe "Some months later, in early 1983, I became aware that Rick was involved with a team of several others [in AFOSI], including one fellow from Denver that I knew of and at least one who was working out of Washington, D.C., in playing an elaborate disinformation game against a prominent UFO researcher [Linda Howe] who, at the time, had close connections with a major television film company [HBO] interested in doing a UFO documentary…."

 The information that Doty was feeding Linda Howe was a story based upon the Aztec information Moore had fed Doty only months earlier.

On page 116, the author of the 2007 MUFON analysis recognizes the clear philosophy that was injected by Doty’s group into the material.

"The Aquarius Document contains “philosophy” as well as technical data. In the section which deals with the philosophy behind the need to maintain a “Top Secret” posture for as long as possible with respect to the Aquarius data, are the following two startling conclusions which have been arrived at by the US government with respect to UFOs:

(A) The events surrounding Jesus Christ and the establishment of the Christian religion were manipulations affected [sic] by beings of an advanced civilization from another world. [snip]

(B) Release of this data to the public would not only severely cripple the ability of the government (indeed any government in the Western world) to effectively govern, but would also severely damage the very fibre [sic] of Western civilization as we know it."

The Philosophy Distributed Within the MJ-12 Documents

In fact, MUFON got it exactly right. The philosophy that the creators of the documents were trying to distribute, by implanting it within stories of crashed aliens and, in 2005, stories about a human-alien exchange program, remains the same. 

Some specific excerpts from those documents, released in the 1980’s, that portray how specific and how much focus was placed on this ideology is shown below.  The common theme is always the same – (1) Aliens “planting” Christ, (2) Hints of Genetic Manipulation throughout our evolution (notice the focus on evolution).  (3) Alien technology far exceeds our own but we have the potential to reverse-engineer it.  From the MJ-12 documents: 

This first section injects the concept of Christ as a "planted" human.

“(TS/ORCON) Most governmental documents pertaining to UFO sightings, incidents and governmental policies, including Project Blue Book, have been released to the public under FOIA or under various other release programs.  [snip…] There was other information obtained from EBE that was deemed sensitive and not releasable to the public. Notably, Project Aquarius Volume IX, which pertains to tracing the Aliens’ first visitation of earth back some 5,000 years. EBE reported that 2,000 years ago his ancestors planted a human creature on earth to assist the inhabitants of earth in developing a civilization. This information was only vague and the exact identity or background information on this homo-sapien was not obtained. Undoubtfully [sic], if this information was released to the public, it would cause a worldwide religious panic. MJ3 has developed a plan that will allow release of Project Aquarius, Volumes I thru III.”

This next section injects the meme suggesting that humans have alien technology in our possession, and may be able to "reverse engineer" it with approprite [fringe] scientific funding and advancement.

“(TS/ORCON) In the 1976 MJ3 report (Atch 6), it was estimated the Aliens’ technology was many thousands of years ahead of United States technology. Our scientists speculate that until our technology develops to a level equal to the Aliens’ , we cannot understand the large volume of scientific information the United States has already gained from the Aliens. This advancement of United States Technology may take many hundreds of years.”

In fact, countless believers have latched on to this meme through the years, and an entire fringe scientific cottage industry is now based on alien "propulsion" and reverse engineered UFO craft.

ufopropulsion

Today you can find "researchers" who are attempting to "reverse engineer" UFO propulsion technology, clean energy technology, and other technologies that the "aliens" are supposedly offering humanity. Millionaires actually invest money into these sort of projects. 

The next injected meme focuses on genetics.

“1. (TS/ORCON) PROJECT BANDO: (PROWORD: RISK) Originally established in 1949. Its mission was to collect and evaluate medical information from the surviving Aliens [sic] creature and the recovered Alien bodies. This Project medically examined EBE and provided United States medical researchers with certain answers to the evolution theory . (OPR: CIA) (Terminated in 1974).”

In the next update, we will outline how we used social networking analysis to connect these same MJ-12 memes to later releases, and directly to the same people who were distributing those releases in 2005.







February 1, 2009

How Scientologists Created a Cult of the U.S. Government


Swat TeamIn July of 1977, the FBI conducted three early-morning raids of Scientology Guardian Office facilities (the Guardian Office was Hubbard’s Intelligence agency).  Senior GO personnel were sent to jail as a result, and the GO was disestablished afterwards.  Prior to this raid, there was a virtual intelligence war between the cult of Scientologists and U.S. government agencies.  Scientologists dedicated an inordinate amount of resources and time to infiltrating U.S. agencies – even by simply using low-level positions in order to “convert” others within the agency over to Scientology.  L Ron Hubbard’s ultimate goal was to obtain whatever Scientology related documents existed within various government organizations.  L Ron Hubbard had filed countless FOIA lawsuits leading up to that critical point when the FBI raid took place. With these raids, the U.S. intelligence complex dealt Scientology a deadly blow.

The U.S. Government Gets Infected

Meanwhile, due to the volumes of documents released many years later in the 1990s, the public now knows that at the time of these raids, in the 1970’s, the CIA was not averse to using Scientology auditing “technology” through the employment of high-level Scientology OTs.  Keep in mind, these were guys where active members of a cult that was actively taking part in Intelligence warfare with the CIA and other U.S. intelligence agencies.  Yet the top three guys running the SRI-CIA contract were, all three, high level Scientologists.  One of whom, Hal Puthoff, had such a close relationship with L Ron Hubbard that he even wrote the preface for one of his books.  Ingo Swan, who essentially was the one who developed the “remote-viewing” techniques, used the cult of Scientology methodologies that he’d obtained from high-level Scientology documents that, at the time, were well-protected by the Guardian Office.  At the point of these raids, these scientologists had already begun training CIA personnel in using these “methodologies,” or auditing procedures, which some have described as a form of hypnosis, or brain-washing.

The CIA allowed these three Scientologists to spread this belief system created by the cult of Scientology, and allowed them to infect other personnel within the agency with this doctrine and these practices.  These personnel in turn, as well as Swann himself, spread these techniques to other agencies as well as the military, such as the research and operations conducted at INSCOM, Fort Meade.  A religion was born…except our government could legally practice it.  At the point of these raids, the IRS had conveniently official removed its tax-exempt status.  This meant that as far as the U.S. Federal Government was concerned, Scientology was not a “religion.”  This removed the government from its obligations to respect and maintain a “hands-off” approach regarding religious beliefs.  With the cult of Scientology no longer officially classified as a religion, the government was free to do as it wanted, and it proceeded to treat the organization as an Intelligence threat.  Its secrets, once finally obtained from the GO raid, could be utilized in the “best interests” of the United States.  If the claimed abilities allegedly generated by auditing procedures were shown to be effective – the government would have yet another weapon in its massive military-industrial arsenal.

Little did the CIA know that they had just allowed an infectious virus into their inner sactum.

The Spread of the Remote Viewing/Auditing Viral Meme

Many of those running the anti-Scientology intelligence campaign, as of the early to mid 70’s, may not have realized the kind of organization they were dealing with.  And they may not have realized the inherent danger of the highest-level “technologies” which they were only just beginning to dabble with.  Viral memes, and the susceptibility of the human mind to the power of suggestion and hypnotic techniques, would prove to be catastrophic to those who were exposed to this training.

JanetIn a fascinating article by Janet Reitman in Rolling Stone magazine titled Inside Scientology – Unlocking the complex code of America’s most mysterious religion, she writes:

“Scientologists, much like Mormons or Christian evangelicals, consider themselves to be on a mission. They frequently speak of ‘helping people,’ and this mission is stressed in a number of church testaments. ‘Scientologists see themselves as possessors of doctrines and skills that can save the world, if not the galaxy,’ says Stephen Kent, a professor of sociology at the University of Alberta, in Canada, who has extensively studied the group.”

She quotes Hubbard himself as describing the cult of Scientology as follows:

“‘We’re not playing some minor game in Scientology,’ Hubbard wrote in a policy paper titled ‘Keeping Scientology Working,’ which is required reading for every member. ‘The whole agonized future of this planet, every man, woman and child on it, and your own destiny for the next endless trillions of years depend on what you do here and now with and in Scientology. This is a deadly serious activity.'”

She describes OT’s (Operating Thetans):

“OTs are Scientology’s elite — enlightened beings who are said to have total ‘control’ over themselves and their environment. OTs can allegedly move inanimate objects with their minds, leave their bodies at will and telepathically communicate with, and control the behavior of, both animals and human beings. At the highest levels, they are allegedly liberated from the physical universe, to the point where they can psychically control what Scientologists call MEST: Matter, Energy, Space and Time.”

OTIII is described by Janet as reaching the “Wall of Fire”:

“The most important, and highly anticipated, of the eight ‘OT levels’ is OT III, also known as the Wall of Fire. It is here that Scientologists are told the secrets of the universe, and, some believe, the creation story behind the entire religion. It is knowledge so dangerous, they are told, any Scientologist learning this material before he is ready could die. When I ask Mike Rinder about this, he casts the warning in less-dire terms, explaining that, before he reached OT III — he is now OT V — he was told that looking at the material early was ‘spiritually not good for you.’ But Hubbard, who told followers that he discovered these secrets while on a trip to North Africa in 1967, was more dramatic. ‘Somehow or other I brought it off, and obtained the material and was able to live through it,’ he wrote. ‘I am very sure that I was the first one that ever did live through any attempt to attain that material.’ Scientologists must be ‘invited’ to do OT III. Beforehand, they are put through an intensive auditing process to verify that they are ready. They sign a waiver promising never to reveal the secrets of OT III, nor to hold Scientology responsible for any trauma or damage one might endure at this stage of auditing. Finally, they are given a manila folder, which they must read in a private, locked room.”

A Story That Can Make You Sick

RinderImagine – a story so terribly dangerous to an unprepared human mind, that it could actually make a person who was previously mentally healthy, very sick.  A poisonous viral meme, if you will.  A story that could make a previously healthy person very sick, sick, sick.  Sound familiar?

The story described above, published by a former member in 1995, shows a darker side to the cult of Scientology, both anti-Christian and anti-God, disavowing organized religion entirely – and replacing it with a cosmological belief system based on an alien story.  Auditing, essentially, is a brainwashing technique to gradually strip away any previous religious beliefs or inclinations to logically and critically think about ideas and new concepts.  It’s a method to remove resistance to illogical new ideas, building up to the point when the final revelation of the true nature of Scientology is revealed.  At this point, OTIII, the Scientologist’s mind is so emptied and robotic, and so “clear” that this story fills the void and becomes “truth”.

When Janet asks Scientology leader Mike Rinder, the fifty-year-old director of the Church of Scientology International’s legal and public-relations wing known as the Office of Special Affairs, about these kinds of science fiction stories at the heart of Scientology – he responds heatedly: “I’m not explaining it to you, and I could not explain it to you,” says Rinder heatedly. “You don’t have a hope of understanding it.”

It must be very complicated.  Sort of like the “New Physics” we heard about during the Project Serpo fiasco.  Scientology is known among its members as the “New Science” after all.



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