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David Guyatt
09-27-2008, 02:51 AM
UFOS - the serious new deep political research topic?

Following the Kenneth Arnold sighting of nine unidentified aircraft over the Cascade mountain in June 1947, the subject of UFOs has increasingly grabbed the publics attention and has become a regular darling of media headlines alike.

From the little green men of the Fifties through to todays de rigueur Grey aliens, many of us have long regarded regard the subject of UFOs as the preserve of the slightly wacky. But this is no longer the case. Serious research in recent years combined with the release of previously classified or restricted information suggest - to this writer at least - that UFOs are very much part of the deep political milieu and have, in fact, always been important residents there. We just didnt know it until recent times.

Below is a photo of a sketch of the flying saucers seen by Kenneth Arnold that fateful day in June 1947.
http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/d/d5/Arnold_crescent_1947.jpg


Now compare Arnolds craft (above) with the advanced Nazi top secret (i.e., skunked) Ho 1X flying wing designed by nazi aircraft pioneers, Reimer and Walter Horton seen below

http://www.ctie.monash.edu.au/hargrave/images/horten_ix.jpg

The similarities are quite striking, and for a good reason, I think. The Horton flying wing formed art of the advanced nazi weapons technology grabbed by US forces towards the end of WWII and then placed under wraps.

It is not hard to conclude that Arnolds sighting of nine flying saucers was actually a sighting on nine Horton designed flying wings on some sort of wing test flight. If this conclusion is accurate, the by extension, the subject of UFOs was manufactured by the US to eclipse from the Soviet Union, amongst others, the simple fact that they had recovered these advanced nazi aircraft and were working hard on advancing the designs.

Going further still, can we offer further evidence of the manufacture of alien life forms to achieve similar cloaking of aerospace advances - or even deeper political aims? I think we can.

Today, the image of the grey alien, made famous by Whitley Streiber in his book Communion, is instantly recognized across the entire world.

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http://z.about.com/d/ufos/1/G/l/0/-/-/communion.jpg

Again lets conduct a comparison, this time with a pencil sketch made in 1918 by the infamous occultist, Aleister Crowley, of his magical master which he called Lam

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http://aftermathnews.files.wordpress.com/2008/06/lam.jpg

Ye again there are notable similarities. Indeed one could be forgiven for arguing that Crowleys Lam is the template for the much latter irruption of grey aliens.

What do we make of these curiosities?

I wish to advance a theory that we are seeing two distinct, but interrelated, psychological operations spread over the last sixty years. The first psyop had as its it goal was the cloaking of the acquisition and testing of advanced nazi technology by the US. The second, I postulate, goes further still. This simply (and it is a simple concept even though it has been reinforced over and over and over) is the propagation of a new cult or religion that has as its target the collective manipulation of our minds. Here, of course, be dragons.

Extending this argument further still and assuming the offered conclusions are broadly correct, it is important to ask why Crowleys inner world master Lam was chosen as the archetypal grey alien. The use of the word archetypal is no accident either. The Swiss psychologist Carl Jung defined an archetype as an inherited pattern of thought or symbolic imagery derived from the past collective experience and present in the individual unconscious.

The answer, or rather an answer, comes from some of the earlier pioneers of US rocketry, particularly Jack Parsons and associates, who were passionate rocketeers but also passionate Crowleyites. Furthermore, we can garner from a recent spate of books (for example Nick Cooks The Hunt for Zero Point) that the more advanced (and arguably some of it is still highly classified) nazi technology often operated on principles completely at variance with normal western science. Here we are speaking of the so called Schwarze Sonne or Black Sun philosophy that was of articular interest to SS leader Heirich Himmler and his most senior generals and aides.

When one begins to investigate the concept of black sun energy, one immediately is confronted with European alchemy of the middle ages. In other words the hunt for the Philosophers Stone, which is also known as the Holy Grail.

But one can hardly imagine the Himmler and his SS comrades - capable as they were of mass murder, utmost cruelty, genocide and other atrocities too gruesome to need repeating here - to be seeking spiritual enlightenment.

Perhaps they were seeking something different altogether and those who have been behind the propagation of the myth of the grey alien have been following in their footsteps?

Dixie Dea
10-07-2008, 10:09 PM
David

Your post is of special interest to me, because I have been attempting to study about this for awhile. I started out looking into something else and seemingly stumbled into just as you have mentioned....and so far, I am agreeing with you!

I continue to keep running into other pertinent information that I hadn't even expected and also requires its own study. It is not always so easy to sift through all the internet wheat and chaf of this matter.

If and when, I feel that I have gathered enough info to do so, I will post what all I have found. which I am beliving, all ties in together.


Dixie

David Guyatt
10-10-2008, 03:03 PM
Hi Dixie. I look forward to a further post from you when you have sorted things out. Like you, I stumbled into the subject of UFO's researching another matter. I was following the nazi gold laundering connections of the Priory of Sion and began running into all sorts of curious subjects ranging from ufo's and deeply occult matters -- all tied into Vatican related secret societies like SMOM and the Knights Templars. Then along came Peter Levenda's great trilogy, Sinister Forces - A Grimoire of American Political Witchcraft, preceded by (but in terms of my reading schedule, followed by) Nick Cook's excellent The Hunt for Zero Point. Things began falling into place.

David

Peter Lemkin
10-20-2008, 06:37 AM
The UK just released a bunch of documents on their UFO investigation project [ongoing]. Anyone seen them yet? BBC is running some stories on it, but not much substance to them. The timing of the release [in midst of financial collapse] is interesting (and diversionary). As with Bluebook, I doubt the full story will be let out of what they have found or thought or know. Cynical me.

Ron Williams
10-20-2008, 04:44 PM
Has anyone read an article by Peter Kor (a pseudonym I think) called "Is There A Plot To Promote The Saucers?" It was at the following link years ago that now seems to be invalid (http://beyond-the-illusion.com/files/Consp...dates/peter.kor).

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edit: 2/15/2009, correct URL:

http://beyond-the-illusion.com/files/Conspiracy/A-Albionic/updates/peter.kor
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A couple of quotes:

A PRINCIPAL article of faith of most saucer researchers is that the government has been engaged in a massive coverup.

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There is another, much more profound possibility, however. The government may be covering up the fact that there is nothing to cover up! Rather than trying to hide a profound truth, certain quasi-government groups may be trying to convince people that there is a profound truth to hide. In short, researchers must consider the possibility that much of the saucer mystery and movement has been created and controlled by the very people who have been accused of suppressing them.

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A certain percentage of people in any society will not be satisfied with conventional ideas and pursuits and will, inevitably, seek out and develop off-beat ideas and movements. Left to themselves, such people might become a potent anti-social or anti-establishment force. The way to handle such an on-going possibility is NOT to stifle such movements. That would only intensify the concern of its participants. Instead, such movements would be encouraged and controlled by containing and shaping the basic ideas involved

David Guyatt
10-21-2008, 09:10 AM
Ron, thanks for that. I hadn't seen the article before. There are many fascinating facets the the whole UFO subject. One of these is the connection between UFO and mind control

Colonel John Alexander, a scary sort of guy has deep connections to the subject of mind control technology that the US, in particular, has been pursuig since WWII. He also is also named as a member of the so called "Aviary", a murky US government sponsored group involved in UFO's.

Armen's below article is very insightful and well worth a read. Also the connection that lead off "Psi-tech" - who he mentions - opens up such subjects as 'Remote Viewing', 'Remote Influencing', 'The Nine' and further and deeper into very much more murkier subjects.


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The Aviary
An Article by Nexus

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The weapons of tomorrow will not only be aimed at hitting your body... they will also be aimed at your mind.
By Armen Victorian

PSYCHIC WARFARE & NON-LETHAL WEAPONS

On April 22, 1993, both BBC1 and BBC2 showed on their main evening news bulletins a rather lengthy piece concerning America's latest development in weaponry--the non-lethal weapons concept. David Shukman, BBC Defence Correspondent, interviewed (Retired) US Army Colonel John B. Alexander and Janet Morris, two of the main proponents of the concept. The concept of non-lethal Weapons is not new. Non-lethal weapons have been used by the intelligence, police and defense establishments in the past. Several western governments have used a variety of non-lethal weapons in a more discreet and covert manner. It seems that the US government is about to take the first step towards their open use.
The current interest in the concept of non-lethal weapons began about a decade ago with John Alexander. In December 1980 he published an article in the US Army's journal, Military Review, "The New Mental Battlefield", referring to claims that telepathy could be used to interfere with the brain's electrical activity. This caught the attention of senior Army generals who encouraged him to pursue what they termed "soft option kill" technologies.

After retiring from the Army in 1988, Alexander joined the Los Alamos National Laboratories and began working with Janet Morris, the Research Director of the US Global Strategy Council (USGSC), chaired by Dr Ray Cline, former Deputy Director of the CIA. I examine the background of Janet Morris and John Alexander in more detail below.

Throughout 1990 the USGSC lobbied the main national laboratories, major defence contractors and industries, retired senior military and intelligence officers. The result was the creation of a Non-lethality Policy Review Group, led by Major General Chris S. Adams, USAF (retired), former Chief of Staff. Strategic Air Command. They already have the support of Senator Sam Nunn, chair of the Senate Armed Services Committee. According to Janet Morris, the military attache at the Russian Embassy has contacted USGSC about the possibility of converting military hardware to a non-lethal capability.

In 1991 Janet Morris issued a number of papers giving more detailed information about USGSC's concept of non-lethal weapons. Shortly after, the US Army Training and Doctrine Command at Fort Monroe, VA, published a detailed draft report on the subject, titled "Operations Concept for Disabling Measures". The report included over twenty projects in which John Alexander is currently involved at the Los Alamos National Laboratories.

In a memorandum dated April 10, 1991, titled "Do we need a Non-lethal Defense Initiative?", Paul Wolfwitz, Under Secretary of Defense for Policy, wrote to Defense Secretary Dick Cheney, "A US lead in non-lethal technologies will increase our options and reinforce our position in the post-Cold War world. Our Research and Development efforts must be increased."

HOW LETHAL IS NON-LETHAL?

To support their non-lethal weapons concept, Janet Morris argues that while "war will always be terrible..., a world power deserving its reputation for humane action should pioneer the principles of non-lethal defense." In "Defining a non-lethal strategy", she seeks to establish a doctrine for the use of non-lethal weapons by the US in crisis "at home or abroad in a life serving fashion." She totally disregards the offensive, lethal aspects inherent in some of the weapons in question, or their misuse, should they become available to 'rogue' nations. Despite her arguments that non-lethal weapons should serve thc US's interests "at home and abroad by projecting power without indiscriminately taking lives or destroying property," she admits that "casualties cannot be avoided."
Closer examination of the types of weapons to be used as non-lethal invalidates her assertions about their non-lethality. According to her white paper, the areas where non-lethal weapons could be useful are "regional and low intensity conflict (adventurism, insurgency, ethnic violence, terrorism, narco-trafficking, domestic crime)." She believes that "by identifying and requiring a new category of non-lethal weapons, tactics and strategic planning" the US can reshape its military capability "to meet the already identifiable threats" that they might face in a multipolar world "where American interests are globalized and American presence widespread."

THE POTENTIAL INVENTORY

Janet Morris' White Paper recommends "two types of life-conserving technologies":
Anti-materiel non-lethal technologies:
To destroy or impair electronics, or in other ways stop mechanical systems from functioning. Amongst current technologies from which this category of non-lethal weapons would or could be chosen are:

Chemical and biological weapons for their anti-materiel agents "which do not significantly endanger life or the environment, or anti-personnel agents which have no permanent effects."

Laser blinding systems to incapacitate the electronic sensors, or optics, i.e., light detection and ranging. Already the Army Infantry School is developing a one-man portable and operated laser weapons system known as the Infantry Self-Defense System. The US Army's Armament Research, Development and Engineering Centre (ARDEC) is also engaged in the development of non-lethal weapons under their programme called "Low Collateral Damage Munitions" (LCDM). The LCDM is trying to develop technologies leading to weapons capable of dazzling and incapacitating missiles, armoured vehicles and personnel.

Non-lethal electromagnetic technologies.

Non- nuclear electromagnetic pulse weapons. Non- As General Norman Schwarzkopf has told the US Joint Chiefs of Staff, one such weapon stationed in space with a wide-area-pulse capacity has the ability to fry enemy electronics. But what would be the fate of enemy personnel in such a scenario? In a joint project with the Los Alamos National Laboratories and with technical support from the Army's Harry Diamond Laboratories, ARDEC are developing High Power Microwave (HPM) Projectiles. According to ARDEC, the Diamond lab has already "completed a radio frequency effects analysis on a representative target set" for HPM.

Among the chemical agents, so-called supercaustics--"millions of times more caustic than hydrofluoric acid"--are prime candidates. An artillery round could deliver jellied super-acids which could destroy the optics of heavily armoured vehicles or tanks, vision blocks or glass, and "could be used to silently destroy key weapons systems."

On less lethal aspects, the use of net-like entanglements for SEAL teams, or 'stealthy' metal boats with low or no radar signature, "for night actions, or any sea borne or come-ashore stealthy scenario", are under consideration. More colorful concepts are the use of chemical metal embrittlement often called liquid metal embrittlement and anti-materiel polymers which would be used in aerosol dispersal systems, spreading chemical adhesives or lubricants (i.e., based lubricants) on enemy equipment from a distance.

Anti-personnel non-lethal technologies:

Hand-held lasers which are meant "to dazzle", could also cause the eyeball to explode and to blind the target.

Isotropic radiators--explosively driven munitions, capable of generating very bright omnidirectional light, with similar effects to laser guns.

High-power microwaves (HPM). US Special Operations Command already has that capability within their grasp as a portable microwave weapon. As Myron L. Wolbarsht, a Duke University opthalamist and expert in laser weapons, stated: "US Special Forces can quietly cut enemy communications but also can cook internal organs."

Another candidate is infrasound-acoustic beams. In conjunction with the Scientific Applications and Research Associates (SARA) of Huntingdon, California, ARDEC and Los Alamos laboratories are busy "developing high power, very low frequency acoustic beam weapons." They are also looking into methods of projecting non-diffracting (i.e., non-penetrating) high frequency acoustic bullets. ARDEC scientists are also looking into methods of using pulsed chemical lasers. This class of lasers could project "a hot, high pressure plasma in the air in front of a target surface, creating a blast wave that will result in variable but controlled effects on materiel and personnel."

Infrasound. Already some governments have used it as a means of crowd control, e.g., France.

Very low frequency (VLF) sound (20-35 kHz), or low-frequency RF modulations can cause nausea, vomiting and abdominal pains. "Some very low frequency sound generators, in certain frequency ranges, can cause the disruption of human organs and, at high power levels, can crumble masonry." The CIA had a similar programme in 1978 called Operation Pique, which included bouncing radio or microwave signals off the ionosphere to affect mental functions of people in selected areas, including Eastern European nuclear installations.

JOHN ALEXANDER

The entire non-lethal weapons concept opens up a new Pandora's Box of unknown consequences. The main personality behind it is retired Colonel John B. Alexander. Born in New York in 1937, he spent part of his career as a Commander of Green Berets Special Forces in Vietnam, led Cambodian mercenaries behind enemy lines, and took part in a number of clandestine programmes, including Phoenix.
He currently holds the post of Director of Non-lethal Programs in the Los Alamos National Laboratories.

Alexander obtained a BSc. from the University of Nebraska and an MA from Pepperdine University. In 1980 he was awarded a PhD from Walden University for his thesis "To determine whether or not significant changes in spirituality occur in persons who attended a Kubler-Ross life/death transition workshop during the period June through February 1979." His dissertation committee was chaired by Elizabeth Kubler-Ross.

He has long been interested in what used to be regarded as 'fringe' areas. In 1971, while a Captain in the infantry at Schofield Barracks, Honolulu, he was diving in the Bimini Islands looking for the lost continent of Atlantis. He was an official representative for the Silva mind control organization and a lecturer on Precataclysmic Civilisations. Alexander is also a past President and a board member of the International Association for Near Death Studies; and, with his former wife, Jan Northup, he helped Dr C. B. Scott Jones perform ESP experiments with dolphins.

PSI-TECH

Retired Major General Albert N. Stubblebine (former Director of US Army Intelligence and Security Command) and Alexander are on the board of a 'remote viewing' company called PSI-TECH.
The company also employs Major Edward Dames (ex Defence Intelligence Agency), Major David Morehouse (ex 82nd Airborne Division), and Ron Blackburn (former microwave scientist and specialist at Kirkland Air Force Base). PSI-TECH has received several government contracts. For example, during the Gulf War crisis the Department of Defense asked it to use remote viewing to locate Saddam's Scud missiles sites. Last year (1992) the FBI sought PSl-TECH's assistance to locate a kidnapped Exxon executive.

With Major Richard Groller and Janet Morris as his co-authors, Alexander published "The Warrior's Edge" in 1990. The book describes in detail various unconventional methods which would enable the practitioner to acquire "human excellence and optimum performance" and thereby become an invincible warrior. The purpose of the book is "to unlock the door to the extraordinary human potentials inherent in each of us. To do this, we, like governments around the world, must take a fresh look at non-traditional methods of affecting reality. We must raise human consciousness of the potential power of the individual body/mind system--the power to manipulate reality.

We must be willing to retake control of our past, present, and ultimately, our future.

Alexander is a friend of Vice President Al Gore Jnr, their relationship dating back to 1983 when Gore was in Alexander's Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) course.

NLP "presented to selected general officers and senior executive service members" a set of techniques to modify behaviour patterns. Among the first generals to take the course was the then Lieutenant General Maxwell Thurman, who later went on to receive his fourth star and become Vice-Chief of Staff of the Army and Commander Southern Command. Among other senior participants were Tom Downey and Major General Stubblebine, former Director of the Army Intelligence Security Command.

"In 1983, the Jedi master [from the Star Wars movie--author] provided an image and a name for the Jedi Project." Jedi Project's aim was to seek and "construct teachable models of behavioural/physical excellence using unconventional means." According to Alexander, the Jedi Project was to be a follow-up to Neuro-Linguistic Programming skills. By using the influence of friends such as Major General Stubblebine, who was then head of the US Army Intelligence and Security Command, he managed to fund Jedi. In reality the concept was old hat, re-christened by Alexander. The original idea, which was to show how "human will-power and human concentration affect performance more than any other single factor" using NLW skills, was the brainchild of three independent people; Fritz Erikson, a Gestalt therapist, Virginia Satir, a family therapist, and Erick Erickson, a hypnotist.

JANET MORRIS

Janet Morris, co-author of The Warrior's Edge, is best known as a science fiction writer but has been a member of the New York Academy of Sciences since 1980 and is a member of the Association for Electronic Defense. She is also the Research Director of the US Global Strategy Council (USGSC). She was initiated into the Japanese art of bioenergetics, Joh-re, the Indonesian brotherhood of Subud, and graduated from the Silva course in advanced mind control.
She has been conducting remote-viewing experiments for fifteen years. She worked on a research project investigating the effects of mind on probability in computer systems. Her husband, Robert Morris, is a former judge and key member of the American Security Council.

In a recent telephone conversation with the author, Janet Morris confirmed John Alexander's involvement in mind control and psychotronic projects in the Los Alamos National Laboratories. Alexander and his team have recently been working with Dr Igor Smirnov, a psychologist from the Moscow Institute of Psychocorrelations. They were invited to the US after Janet Morris' visit to Russia in 1991. There she was shown the technique which was pioneered by the Russian Department of Psycho-Correction at Moscow Medical Academy. The Russians employ a technique to electronically analyze the human mind in order to influence it. They input subliminal command messages, using key words transmitted in 'white noise' or music. Using an infrasound very low frequency-type transmission, the acoustic psycho-correction message is transmitted via bone conduction--ear plugs would not restrict the message. To do that would require an entire body protection system. According to the Russians the subliminal messages bypass the conscious level and are effective almost immediately.

C. B. SCOTT JONES

Jones is the former assistant to Senator Clairborne Pell (Democrat, Rhode Island). Scott Jones was a member of US Naval Intelligence for 15 years, as well as Assistant Naval Attache, New Delhi, India, in the 1960s. Jones has briefed the President's Scientific Advisory Committee, and has testified before House and Senate Committees on intelligence matters. After the Navy he "worked in the private sector research and development community involved in the US government-sponsored projects for the Defense Nuclear Agency (DNA), Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) and US Army Intelligence and Security Command." He has been head of the Rockefeller Foundation for some time and chairs the American Society for Psychical Research.

BIRDS OF A FEATHER

Alexander and C. B. Jones are members of the AVIARY, a group of intelligence and Department of Defense officers and scientists with a brief to discredit any serious research in the UFO field. Each member of the Aviary bears a bird's name. Jones is FALCON; John Alexander is PENGUIN.
One of their agents, a UFO researcher known as William Moore, who was introduced to John Alexander at a party in 1987 by Scott Jones, confessed in front of an audience at a conference held by the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON) on July 1, 1989 in Las Vegas, how he was promised inside information by the senior members of the AVIARY in return for his obedience and service to them. He participated in the propagation and dissemination of disinformation fed to him by various members of the AVIARY.

He also confessed how he was instructed to target one particular individual, an electronics expert, Dr Paul Bennewitz, who had accumulated some UFO film footage and electronic signals which were taking place in 1980 over the Menzano Weapons Storage areas at Kirkland Air Force Base, New Mexico.

As a result of Moore's involvement, coupled with some surreptitious entries and psychological techniques, Bennewitz ended up in a psychiatric hospital.

Just before the publication of my first paper unmasking two members of the AVIARY, I was visited by two of their members (MORNING DOVE and HAWK) who had travelled to the UK with a message from the senior ranks advising me not to go ahead with my expose. I rejected the proposal.

Immediately after the publication of that paper, and with the full knowledge that myself and a handful of colleagues knew the true identities of their members, John B. Alexander confessed that he was indeed a member of the AVIARY, nicknamed PENGUIN. The accuracy of our information was further confirmed to me by yet another member of the AVIARY--Ron Pandolphi, PELICAN.

Pandolphi is a PhD in physics and works at the Rocket and Missile section of the Office of the Deputy Director of Science and Technology, CIA.

In his book, Out There, the New York Times journalist Howard Blum refers to "a UFO Working Group" within the Defense Intelligence Agency. Despite DIA's repeated denials, the existence of this working group has been confirmed to me by more than one member of the group itself, including an independent source in the Office of Naval Intelligence. The majority of the group's members are senior members of the AVIARY: Dr Christopher Green (BLUEJAY) from the CIA, Harold Puthoff (OWL), ex-NSA; Dr Jack Verona (RAVEN), DoD, one of the initiators of the DlA's Sleeping Beauty project which aimed to achieve battlefield superiority using mind-altering electromagnetic weaponry; John Alexander (PENGUIN); and Ron Pandnlphi (PELICAN).

The mysterious "Col. Harold E. Phillips" who appears in Blum's Out There, is none other than John B. Alexander.

John Alexander's position as the Program Manager for Contingency Missions of Conventional Defense Technology, Los Alamos National Laboratories, enabled him to exploit the Department of Defense's Project Reliance "which encourages a search for all possible sources of existing and incipient technologies before developing new technology in-house" to tap into a wide range of exotic topics, sometimes using defense contractors, e.g., McDonnell Douglas Aerospace. I have several reports, some of which were compiled before his departure to the Los Alamos National Laboratories when he was with Army Intelligence, which show Alexander's keen interest in any and every exotic subject--UFOs, ESP, psychotronics, anti- gravity devices, near-death experiments, psychology warfare and non-lethal weaponry.

John Alexander utilises the bank of information he has accumulated to try to develop psychotronic, psychological and mind weaponry. He began thinking about non-lethal weapons a decade ago in his paper, "The New Mental Battlefield". He seems to want to become a 'Master'.

If they ever succeed in this ambition, the rest of us ordinary mortals had better watch out.

Ron Williams
02-16-2009, 02:33 AM
I just found that the Peter Kor article referenced in the above post is, in fact, still on-line. Here is the correct URL:

http://beyond-the-illusion.com/files/Conspiracy/A-Albionic/updates/peter.kor

Ron W

David Guyatt
02-16-2009, 10:17 AM
Thanks Ron.

Kate Story
02-16-2009, 07:09 PM
Hmmm.

Vatican: It's OK to believe in aliens

The chief astronomer says those beliefs don't contradict faith in God

http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/24598508/

Jan Klimkowski
02-16-2009, 07:25 PM
David - you and I have discussed this subject on several occasions. Never enough though! :bolt:
I agree that UFOs are both:


a psyop (that) had as its it goal the cloaking of the acquisition and testing of advanced nazi technology by the US.

and


the propagation of a new cult or religion that has as its target the collective manipulation of our minds.

In other words, UFOs inhabit that most dangerous of Zones: a psyop based on a genuine but hugely misunderstood and largely unknown reality.

The involvement of the likes of Fred Crisman (friend of both Clay Shaw and Michael Riconosciuto) and Guy Banister (one of Oswald's handlers?) in promoting the original post-WW2 UFO myth is intriguing and points at its deep black origins.

By far the most fascinating plan that They may have in mind for us, when financial or nuclear or climatic armageddon occurs, is that a digital Orson Welles intones from beyond the grave that the little gray aliens of Crowley, the Aviary and Agent Mulder have invaded Planet Earth.

And as Their first psyop trick, the archetypal grays may scare us witless with an alien weapon....

Of course that alien weapon will most likely be a Tesla weapon, via Paperclip....

:elefant:

Charles Drago
02-16-2009, 07:27 PM
Aliens: It's OK to believe in infallibility of the Pope.

Leader Zog says that belief doesn't contradict basic definitions of mental health.

Charles Drago
02-16-2009, 07:43 PM
David - you and I have discussed this subject on several occasions. Never enough though!

I agree that UFOs are both:


a psyop (that) had as its it goal the cloaking of the acquisition and testing of advanced nazi technology by the US.

and


the propagation of a new cult or religion that has as its target the collective manipulation of our minds.

Jan and David,

I concur with the above and with the balance of Jan's hypothesis, but would suggest the likelihood that UFO and related abduction phenomena in part may be attributed to a third and far more mysterious reality.

Are you familiar with the related work of Dr. Dean Radin and the late Dr. John Mack -- and, sans apologies, with Graham Hancock's Supernatural?

In an absurdly tiny nutshell: The space alien hypothesis is a pitifully inadequate explanation of UFO reality in light of advances in physics, brain science, archaeology and anthropology, and the exponential growth of the database of cross-cultural and cross-epochal experiences with "other-worldly" life forms.

None of which, by the way, diminishes the logic of your argument that, like so many other aspects of deep human experience, this sort of high strangeness is being exploited by all-too-human masters of perception.

Jack White
02-16-2009, 07:51 PM
Any and all UFO theories have equal validity, because like
the "theory of evolution", the only true answer is we do NOT
know. But that said, we SHOULD seek the truth, wherever it lies.

The truth may be that any, all, or a combination of theories
have some validity....or ALL are untrue.

Jack

Jan Klimkowski
02-16-2009, 07:54 PM
Jan and David,

I concur with the above and with the balance of Jan's hypothesis, but would suggest the likelihood that UFO and related abduction phenomena in part may be attributed to a third and far more mysterious reality.

Are you familiar with the related work of Dr. Dean Radin and the late Dr. John Mack -- and, sans apologies, with Graham Hancock's Supernatural?

In an absurdly tiny nutshell: The space alien hypothesis is a pitifully inadequate explanation of UFO reality in light of advances in physics, brain science, archaeology and anthropology, and the exponential growth of the database of cross-cultural and cross-epochal experiences with "other-worldly" life forms.

None of which, by the way, diminishes the logic of your argument that, like so many other aspects of deep human experience, this sort of high strangeness is being exploited by all-too-human masters of perception.

Charlie - yes indeed.

And I suspect the reason why David, in his earlier posts, invoked - heheh - both Crowley and Jung is because there is a huge and mysterious thing at the heart of this.

Prof John Mack, like CB Scott Jones, was a member of the deep black intelligence group, the Aviary. As was Phoenix veteran Col John Alexander - a remote viewer, an intimate of spookster scientist Hal Puthoff, and probably the only black operations soldier with a PhD in the "Kubler-Ross life/death transition".

The Aviary exists where psyops meet the Other....

Kate Story
02-16-2009, 08:17 PM
Otis T. Carr and the Tesla Saucers (http://crossingpointoflight.blogspot.com/2007/11/otis-t-carr-and-tesla-saucers.html)

http://crossingpointoflight.blogspot.com/2007/11/otis-t-carr-and-tesla-saucers.html

My flying machine will have neither wings nor propellers. You might see it on the ground and you would never guess that it was a flying machine. Yet it will be able to move at will through the air in any direction with perfect safety. Nikola Tesla, interviewed in The New York Herald Tribune, October 15, 1911





Otis T. Carr (1904-1980?) was a protg of the great inventor Nikola Tesla. Carr and his team constructed a number of fully functional, flying saucers in the late 1950s. The flying disks worked and were demonstrated. Carr was serious about taking his craft to the Moon. However, two weeks after a dramatic test flight, their laboratory was forcibly closed. Federal agents confiscated equipment as well as all documentation. Authorities told them Carrs project would destroy the monetary system of the United States.

Ralph Ring, now aged 72, was aboard that incredible and successful test flight. He and Carr, with their 45-foot saucer, transported themselves 10 miles at the speed of light!
http://video.google.com/videosearch?q=ian+crane&hl=en&emb=0#q=ralph+ring&hl=en&emb=0



It was in November, 1957when Otis T. Carr of Baltimore, Maryland, announced that free energy and spaceflight had been once again made available to the inhabitants of this planet. Carr, a disciple of Tesla, has come up with two new inventions. One is an electrical accumulator and the other a gravity motor; both utilizing the power of the sun and other forces in nature found in free abundance in the atmosphere.

Charles Drago
02-16-2009, 08:26 PM
Prof John Mack, like CB Scott Jones, was a member of the deep black intelligence group, the Aviary.

The Aviary exists where psyops meet the Other....

Jan,

I was not aware of Dr. Mack's affiliation -- real or alleged -- with the Aviary, yet a bell faintly rings.

At the risk of coming on like the spawn of "Frank Gerhardt" -- Do you have specific cites?

Is Mack's death in Britain more likely an accident or executive action?

In the meantime, I'll check Lavenda.

Kate Story
02-16-2009, 08:48 PM
Aliens: It's OK to believe in infallibility of the Pope.

Leader Zog says that belief doesn't contradict basic definitions of mental health.

I have no problem with claims of infallibility. My cat is infallible.

Jan Klimkowski
02-16-2009, 08:53 PM
Prof John Mack, like CB Scott Jones, was a member of the deep black intelligence group, the Aviary.

The Aviary exists where psyops meet the Other....

Jan,

I was not aware of Dr. Mack's affiliation -- real or alleged -- with the Aviary, yet a bell faintly rings.

At the risk of coming on like the spawn of "Frank Gerhardt" -- Do you have specific cites?

Is Mack's death in Britain more likely an accident or executive action?

In the meantime, I'll check Lavenda.

See David's post #6 in this thread. I'm pretty sure I've posted Aviary-related material on the EF but can't currently find it.

They were rumbled by, um, a very well connected journalist named Armen Victorian who then withdrew from the field because of death threats.

Or perhaps non lethal near death threats made through a viewer remotely.... and darkly..... :slug:

Robin Ramsay's Lobster was involved to some extent. As, tangentially, was David Guyatt and our old mucker, the architect and EM weapons victim Harlan Girard.

When I was trying to break the remote viewing story back in the mid-90s at the BBC, I mentioned Dr Jack Verona (Raven in the Aviary) and Dr Christopher Green (Bluejay) to my source, and was cut off.

The Aviary had strong links with Laurance Rockefeller. They were a very strange psyop group, containing visionary thinkers of absolute ruthlessness.

Jan Klimkowski
02-16-2009, 09:05 PM
Jan,

I was not aware of Dr. Mack's affiliation -- real or alleged -- with the Aviary, yet a bell faintly rings.


Charlie - you are right to make me check.

Mack may not formally have been a member of the Aviary.

However:


According to Dick Farley, former aide to C.B. Scott Jones, Laurance Rockefeller funnelled "$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.'"


According to Donna Bassett, who infiltrated Mack's abductee support group, the Center for Psychology and Social Change (co-founded by Robert Jay Lifton) receives $250,000 a year from Rockefeller. Rockefeller also gave $194,000 to PEER (Program for Extraordinary Experience Research), along with various other donations. According to Bassett, Mack claims to have received funding from an ex-CIA source.

Mack was reportedly heavily involved in the Russian/American exchange at the Esalen Institute.

http://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/sociopolitica/hambone_info/people.html#mack

See Dick Farley's post at the link below (NB this area is the subject of bitter internecine warfare):

http://www.mindcontrolforums.com/hambone/macrock.html

If the above is true, this places Mack as knowingly receiving Rockefeller/Aviary funding and support.

It also suggests he is another Timothy Leary figure.

Unwitting > witting > complicit?

Where on the scale do we judge him to be?

Charles Drago
02-16-2009, 09:06 PM
As you know, the recently deceased Claiborne Pell, of the Rhode Island China Trade Pells and for years reputed to be the wealthiest man in the United States Senate, employed C.B. Scott Jones as a special assistant. I believe this arrangement was in place during the 1970s.

Jones was said to have been an ardent proponent of the so-called reverse speech phenomenon.

I attempted -- unsuccessfully -- to arrange an interview with Jones.

I cannot imagine how to overstate the importance of this research.

Jan Klimkowski
02-16-2009, 09:08 PM
Kate - re the weaponisation of Tesla technology, have you read the provocative work of Joseph P Farrell?

Charles Drago
02-16-2009, 09:46 PM
Aliens: It's OK to believe in infallibility of the Pope.

Leader Zog says that belief doesn't contradict basic definitions of mental health.

I have no problem with claims of infallibility. My cat is infallible.

I have a dog without a nose.

Charles Drago
02-16-2009, 09:51 PM
[T]his places Mack as knowingly receiving Rockefeller/Aviary funding and support.

It also suggests he is another Timothy Leary figure.

Unwitting > witting > complicit?

Where on the scale do we judge him to be?


Where, indeed?

The genius of the UFO provocation's structure is to be discerned in its two-way disinformation flow.

Is the Farrell track designed to deflect attention from the reality of relatively prosaic extraterrestrial UFOs and/or what you neatly term The Other, or vice-versa?

The answer, of course, is "yes."

Kate Story
02-16-2009, 11:18 PM
Kate - re the weaponisation of Tesla technology, have you read the provocative work of Joseph P Farrell?

Jan,
No, but I certainly would be interested. I went to scribd.com and typed in Joseph P Farrell and Tesla in the search window and there are several items listed. I will have some free time tonight and can't wait to start reading. Also, I have found that many times if I can't locate an item of interest the Invisible Web comes in handy. These are mainly professional works of all categories that are not usually found by the normal search engines.
http://www.robertlackie.com/invisible/index.html

For websites that are now closed you can use the 'wayback machine' and find any website that existed since 1996 as long as you enter the original site address. Even if an article has been deleted on a working site, you can still use wayback to retrieve it. I have learned the hard way to search and dig.

Link for wayback: http://www.archive.org/web/web.php

Thanks for the tip and I will take all the advice and suggestions I can get. There is not a proud bone in my body and I still have so much to learn and UNLEARN! I don't know which is harder.

Kate Story
02-16-2009, 11:20 PM
Aliens: It's OK to believe in infallibility of the Pope.

Leader Zog says that belief doesn't contradict basic definitions of mental health.

I have no problem with claims of infallibility. My cat is infallible.

I have a dog without a nose.

He shouldn't have disagreed with my cat! I tried to warn him.

Charles Drago
02-16-2009, 11:21 PM
Kate,

I'm glad you're with us.

The "dog" line, by the way, is from an old Monty Python bit.

You were supposed to ask, "How does he smell?"

Kate Story
02-17-2009, 01:36 AM
Kate,

I'm glad you're with us.

The "dog" line, by the way, is from an old Monty Python bit.

You were supposed to ask, "How does he smell?"

Thank you and I am glad to be here.

I have never watched Monty Python but ok, I'll bite(pun intended).

How does he smell?

Charles Drago
02-17-2009, 02:31 AM
Terrible.

Kate Story
02-17-2009, 04:40 AM
Terrible.

I now dub you King of Corny Jokes and you will receive your floppy clown shoes and rubber nose shortly.:aetsch:

Magda Hassan
02-17-2009, 07:59 AM
Also, I have found that many times if I can't locate an item of interest the Invisible Web comes in handy. These are mainly professional works of all categories that are not usually found by the normal search engines.
http://www.robertlackie.com/invisible/index.html

For websites that are now closed you can use the 'wayback machine' and find any website that existed since 1996 as long as you enter the original site address. Even if an article has been deleted on a working site, you can still use wayback to retrieve it. I have learned the hard way to search and dig.

Link for wayback: http://www.archive.org/web/web.php


Thanks for these very interesting links Kate. I have also put them in our Research Tools and Useful Links board.

David Guyatt
02-17-2009, 10:22 AM
David - you and I have discussed this subject on several occasions. Never enough though! :creep:

I agree that UFOs are both:


a psyop (that) had as its it goal the cloaking of the acquisition and testing of advanced nazi technology by the US.

and


the propagation of a new cult or religion that has as its target the collective manipulation of our minds.

In other words, UFOs inhabit that most dangerous of Zones: a psyop based on a genuine but hugely misunderstood and largely unknown reality.

The involvement of the likes of Fred Crisman (friend of both Clay Shaw and Michael Riconosciuto) and Guy Banister (one of Oswald's handlers?) in promoting the original post-WW2 UFO myth is intriguing and points at its deep black origins.

By far the most fascinating plan that They may have in mind for us, when financial or nuclear or climatic armageddon occurs, is that a digital Orson Welles intones from beyond the grave that the little gray aliens of Crowley, the Aviary and Agent Mulder have invaded Planet Earth.

And as Their first psyop trick, the archetypal grays may scare us witless with an alien weapon....

Of course that alien weapon will most likely be a Tesla weapon, via Paperclip....

:elefant:

Jan, yes we agree entirely on what UFO's actually are aimed at achieving.

BTW, I hadn't previously realized that Fred Crisman was also a mate of Michael Riconsciuto! What a small bloody world, eh.

David Guyatt
02-17-2009, 10:56 AM
Prof John Mack, like CB Scott Jones, was a member of the deep black intelligence group, the Aviary.

The Aviary exists where psyops meet the Other....

Jan,

I was not aware of Dr. Mack's affiliation -- real or alleged -- with the Aviary, yet a bell faintly rings.

At the risk of coming on like the spawn of "Frank Gerhardt" -- Do you have specific cites?

Is Mack's death in Britain more likely an accident or executive action?

In the meantime, I'll check Lavenda.

See David's post #6 in this thread. I'm pretty sure I've posted Aviary-related material on the EF but can't currently find it.

They were rumbled by, um, a very well connected journalist named Armen Victorian who then withdrew from the field because of death threats.

Or perhaps non lethal near death threats made through a viewer remotely.... and darkly..... :slug:

Robin Ramsay's Lobster was involved to some extent. As, tangentially, was David Guyatt and our old mucker, the architect and EM weapons victim Harlan Girard.

When I was trying to break the remote viewing story back in the mid-90s at the BBC, I mentioned Dr Jack Verona (Raven in the Aviary) and Dr Christopher Green (Bluejay) to my source, and was cut off.

The Aviary had strong links with Laurance Rockefeller. They were a very strange psyop group, containing visionary thinkers of absolute ruthlessness.

It has been years now since I last spoke to him but I knew Armen very well indeed. Ditto dear old Harlan Girard who you also knew well Jan.

What is quite clear is that UFO's and mind control are tight twins. It is somewhat odd that Armen began life researching UFO's and then moved into the mind control field. I began researching mind control and then moved into the UFO field via investigating various occult chivalric groups (the mythological Priory of Sion for example). I had absolutely no expectation that the PoS would lead me to UFO's but they did - via Crowley initiate Jack Parsons and the post-war US nazi rocket programme NASA.

David Guyatt
02-17-2009, 11:00 AM
David - you and I have discussed this subject on several occasions. Never enough though!

I agree that UFOs are both:


a psyop (that) had as its it goal the cloaking of the acquisition and testing of advanced nazi technology by the US.

and


the propagation of a new cult or religion that has as its target the collective manipulation of our minds.

Jan and David,

I concur with the above and with the balance of Jan's hypothesis, but would suggest the likelihood that UFO and related abduction phenomena in part may be attributed to a third and far more mysterious reality.

Are you familiar with the related work of Dr. Dean Radin and the late Dr. John Mack -- and, sans apologies, with Graham Hancock's Supernatural?

In an absurdly tiny nutshell: The space alien hypothesis is a pitifully inadequate explanation of UFO reality in light of advances in physics, brain science, archaeology and anthropology, and the exponential growth of the database of cross-cultural and cross-epochal experiences with "other-worldly" life forms.

None of which, by the way, diminishes the logic of your argument that, like so many other aspects of deep human experience, this sort of high strangeness is being exploited by all-too-human masters of perception.

I've not read Hancock's Supernatural Charlie. Would you recommend it?

Charles Drago
02-17-2009, 11:37 AM
David,

Supernatural is classic Hancock -- rich in raw material, problematic in some of its conclusions.

You would be engaged, I think, by the former as it relates profoundly to Jung's collective unconcscious and the panspermia hypotheses of Hoyle, Crick, and Orgel.

Hancock contextualizes UFOs and the abduction experience in a manner which is, if not novel, then certainly well developed and illustrated. As is so often the case, I leave the room when the either/or choices are all but force-fed to us.

So ... On balance, I do recommend the most recent paper edition, which contains the author's refinements of certain key passages.

David Guyatt
02-17-2009, 02:36 PM
Thanks Charlie, I'll have to get it then.

Jan Klimkowski
02-17-2009, 07:27 PM
Kate - re the weaponisation of Tesla technology, have you read the provocative work of Joseph P Farrell?

Jan,
No, but I certainly would be interested. I went to scribd.com and typed in Joseph P Farrell and Tesla in the search window and there are several items listed.

Kate - all of Joseph Farrell's work is challenging.

However, his books which are most relevant to the subject matter of this thread are:

Reich of the Black Sun: Nazi Secret Weapons & the Cold War Allied Legend

The SS Brotherhood of the Bell

There are members of Deep Politics Forum who know a lot about Farrell's subject matter and his research. Whilst some of his work is necessarily speculative, he has uncovered much fascinating and suppressed material.

Kate Story
02-17-2009, 07:37 PM
Kate - re the weaponisation of Tesla technology, have you read the provocative work of Joseph P Farrell?

Jan,
No, but I certainly would be interested. I went to scribd.com and typed in Joseph P Farrell and Tesla in the search window and there are several items listed.

Kate - all of Joseph Farrell's work is challenging.

However, his books which are most relevant to the subject matter of this thread are:

Reich of the Black Sun: Nazi Secret Weapons & the Cold War Allied Legend

The SS Brotherhood of the Bell.

Thanks Jan and Reich of the Black Sun is the one I found so far and I am already hooked. I stayed up way past my usual bedtime because I couldn't stop reading.

Here is the link I found for this book if anyone else is interested. This is a great site for online books and articles. Most are available to be downloaded in text or pdf.
http://www.scribd.com/doc/468538/Farrell-Reich-of-the-Black-Sun-Nazi-Secret-Weapons-the-Cold-War-Allied-Legend

David Guyatt
02-18-2009, 11:38 AM
On the UFO subject I would also highly recommend Jacques Vallee's "Passport to Magonia" because it opens up for consideration the "other" dimensions that surround this subject.

Kate Story
02-18-2009, 03:35 PM
On the UFO subject I would also highly recommend Jacques Vallee's "Passport to Magonia" because it opens up for consideration the "other" dimensions that surround this subject.

I found this one on scribd.com also! Thanks.

http://www.scribd.com/doc/8652147/Passport-to-Magonia-On-UFOs-Folklore-and-Parallel-Worlds

David Guyatt
02-18-2009, 03:53 PM
On the UFO subject I would also highly recommend Jacques Vallee's "Passport to Magonia" because it opens up for consideration the "other" dimensions that surround this subject.

I found this one on scribd.com also! Thanks.

http://www.scribd.com/doc/8652147/Passport-to-Magonia-On-UFOs-Folklore-and-Parallel-Worlds

Great! Scribd.com is a wonderful resource eh.

David Guyatt
02-18-2009, 04:43 PM
Btw Kate, it is important to note that Jacques Vallee is believed to have been a member of The Aviary (see HERE (http://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/sociopolitica/esp_sociopol_aviary01.htm)). This is significant, I think, in his view that the "Greys" or aliens are transdimensional (i.e., inner world)in character - and if you look to the beginning of this thread and Crowley's master Lam, an "inner world" guide (who clearly was the template for the later aliens known as "Greys"), it becomes evident that the whole structure of aliens is metaphysical in character. It is also significant for another reason. If Crowley's Master Lam originated from the realms of the "Qlippoth" -- that is to say the "Tunnels of Set" then we are, indeed, dealing with something very unpleasant.

For more details on this see HERE (http://74.125.77.132/search?q=cache:KSwpSvx_L7UJ:www.redicecreations.co m/specialreports/2005/12dec/merovingianmythos.html+Crowley,+the+mauve+zone,+tu nnels+of+set&hl=en&ct=clnk&cd=3&gl=uk)

As spooky as it is, it can barely be denied that there are clear connections between a variety of curious subjects including mind control technology, UFOs, advanced Nazi weapons, Nazi occult practices of the Himmler/Thule Gesellschaft variety, L Ron Hubbard, the US and Nazi Rocket Programme (Crowleyite Jack Parsons et al), the Priory of Sion, the Nephilim (Watchers), the Merovignian bloodline, the Tunnels of Set a.k.a., the Tree of Death, the SS and the Scwarze Sonne -- also the "Black Sun" of alchemical literature and, of course, Jung's various discourses on the personal and Collective Shadow and the assassination of JFK. To mention just some key ones.

Ludwig Schulz
02-19-2009, 12:01 PM
I have been reading this thread with interest, especially the post about the meaning of the grey alien face.
I want to point the attention to the following article that appeared in the sceptic magazine.

http://www.skeptic.com/the_magazine/featured_articles/v11n4_alien_faces.html

The main argument is, that a lot of animals have inborn visual recognition templates, which help them recognizing certain shapes which are of extreme importance to them.
In the case of human beings, there seems to be some kind of facial recognition template. Being able to recognizing a face is a highly specialized human ability of great importance, especially being able to recognize the mother/parents. The visual capabilities of the newborn are quiet limited, so faces are seen distorted, the authors of this article try to figure out how a face might be perceived by a newborn and come to the conclusion that it looks pretty much like your typical grey alien face (or Master Lam). Since the newborn is reacting to it, even though having no own past experience with faces, they argue that the inborn visual recognition template of the newborn must resemble the "grey alien" face.
The grey alien face could well be the inherited archetypal face pre-programmed into every human brain.
If valid, these findings certainly offer interesting possibilities to interpret the abduction experience, or could give an explanation why a face like this would be useful in some kind of psyop. The typical abduction experience has lot more distinct features which could be interpreted as relived birth experiences.

David Guyatt
02-19-2009, 01:30 PM
I have been reading this thread with interest, especially the post about the meaning of the grey alien face.
I want to point the attention to the following article that appeared in the sceptic magazine.

http://www.skeptic.com/the_magazine/featured_articles/v11n4_alien_faces.html

The main argument is, that a lot of animals have inborn visual recognition templates, which help them recognizing certain shapes which are of extreme importance to them.
In the case of human beings, there seems to be some kind of facial recognition template. Being able to recognizing a face is a highly specialized human ability of great importance, especially being able to recognize the mother/parents. The visual capabilities of the newborn are quiet limited, so faces are seen distorted, the authors of this article try to figure out how a face might be perceived by a newborn and come to the conclusion that it looks pretty much like your typical grey alien face (or Master Lam). Since the newborn is reacting to it, even though having no own past experience with faces, they argue that the inborn visual recognition template of the newborn must resemble the "grey alien" face.
The grey alien face could well be the inherited archetypal face pre-programmed into every human brain.
If valid, these findings certainly offer interesting possibilities to interpret the abduction experience, or could give an explanation why a face like this would be useful in some kind of psyop. The typical abduction experience has lot more distinct features which could be interpreted as relived birth experiences.

Ludwig, welcome and thank you for your thoughtful post. There is also an excellent essay by Martin Cannon written several years ago called "The Controller's" that also speaks of the psyops aspect of alien Greys etc. You can find it HERE (http://www.constitution.org/abus/controll.htm). Prior to writing that, Martin was better known for is insightful essays in the mind control field.

Canon's essay contains this intriguing statement:


In this light, the film version of COMMUNION - whose screenplay was written by Whitley Strieber - takes on a new interest: The abduction sequences contain inexplicable images indicating that the "greys" are really props, or masks.

Strieber's Grey alien image could easily have been lifted straight from Crowley's pencil sketch of his Master Lam. But it might just as easily have been lifted from the 1950's British comic the Eagle that featured the weekly adventures of spacepilot Dan Dare and is arch adversary the aien being known as the Mekon -- the little "green" dude usually wafting about on a flying plate (saucer?) seen HERE (http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/9/9f/The_Mekon.png)

I contend that it was no accident that the Mekon (aka Grey alien forerunner) appeared in a 1950's comic - the argument being that the entire UFO myth was created in the 1950's -- specifically 1947 -- with Kenneth Arnold's sighting of the first ever flying saucers.

Dixie Dea
02-19-2009, 04:11 PM
David

I had read Martin Cannon's pages and then later on, I ran across this page. Do you have any explanation about why he would seemingly no longer believe his theories and turn away from everything. He mentions that he was tired of being accused of being a spook, but I wonder if there is more to it then that.

http://www.ufomind.com/misc/1997/mar/d21-001.shtml

Dixie

David Guyatt
02-19-2009, 05:47 PM
David

I had read Martin Cannon's pages and then later on, I ran across this page. Do you have any explanation about why he would seemingly no longer believe his theories and turn away from everything. He mentions that he was tired of being accused of being a spook, but I wonder if there is more to it then that.

http://www.ufomind.com/misc/1997/mar/d21-001.shtml

Dixie

Hi Dixie. Yes, I was in contact with him briefly back in the late 1990's and I think he had reached the point of disgusted burn out. Investigating UFO's and mind control is hard work and you do come into contact with all the fruit cakes -- and I can personally attest (re mind control anyway) to the fact that you can easily get sick of the subject and need time to stand back and rebalance yourself. So that's my best guess anyway.

But also, as Jan (I think) has mentioned elsewhere on this forum, he received death threats from John Alexander's CIA mate Gordon Novel of JFK fame. Which may or may not have had an impact?

edit = PS: I would add that any hopes anyone had (me included) of making a living researching and writing about serious conspiracy matters is virtually doomed to failure. This also hurts. A lot. At every turn you get screwed and the worse predators in this respect are TV types who want to bleed you for what you know but not pay a penny for it.

I eventually took the view to just do it anyway because I wanted the information out there - and was ultimately able to reconcile living in virtual poverty to achieve this (although I was always aware that compared to the starving in the third world I lived like a king!).

On the death threat and Aviary see HERE (http://paul.rutgers.edu/~mcgrew/ufo/to-be-merged/victorian)

Jan Klimkowski
02-19-2009, 09:17 PM
I spoke with Martin Cannon shortly after the manuscript of The Controllers was circulated - largely privately - in the 1990s.

It is important to note that, to my knowledge, it is still a manuscript and has never been formally published.

There is much I won't say on a public forum.

However, I will say that Martin Cannon is an intelligent and diligent researcher, and The Controllers is an important and interesting document.

It is, in large part, a perceptive exploration of a hypothesis which I will quote in Martin Cannon's own words:


The fault lies not in our stars, but in ourselves.

THE HYPOTHESIS

Substantial evidence exists linking members of this country's intelligence community (including the Central Intelligence Agency, the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, and the Office of Naval Intelligence) with the esoteric technology of MIND CONTROL. For decades, "spy- chiatrists" working behind the scenes -- on college campuses, in CIA-sponsored institutes, and (most heinously) in prisons -- have experimented with the erasure of memory, hypnotic resistance to torture, truth serums, post-hypnotic suggestion, rapid induction of hypnosis, electronic stimulation of the brain, non-ionizing radiation, microwave induction of intracerebral "voices," and a host of even more disturbing technologies. Some of the projects exploring these areas were ARTICHOKE, BLUEBIRD, PANDORA, MKDELTA, MKSEARCH and the infamous MKULTRA.

I have read nearly every available book on these projects, as well as the relevant congressional testimony[5]. I have also spent much time in university libraries researching relevant articles, contacting other researchers (who have graciously allowed me access to their files), and conducting interviews. Moreover, I traveled to Washington, DC to review the files John Marks compiled when he wrote THE SEARCH FOR "THE MANCHURIAN CANDIDATE"[6]. These files include some 20,000 pages of CIA and Defense Department documents, interviews, scientific articles, letters, etc. The views presented here are the result of extensive and ongoing research.

As a result of this research, I have come to the following conclusions:

1. Although misleading (and occasionally perjured) testimony before Congress indicated that the CIA's "brainwashing" efforts met with little success[7], striking advances were, in fact, made in this field. As CIA veteran Miles Copeland once admitted to a reporter, "The congressional subcommittee which went into this sort of thing got only the barest glimpse." [8]

2. Clandestine research into thought manipulation has NOT stopped, despite CIA protestations that it no longer sponsors such studies. Victor Marchetti, 14-year veteran of the CIA and author of the renown expose, THE CIA AND THE CULT OF INTELLIGENCE, confirmed in a 1977 interview that the mind control research continues, and that CIA claims to the contrary are a "cover story."[9]

3. The Central Intelligence Agency was not the only government agency involved in this research[10]. Indeed, many branches of our government took part in these studies - - including NASA, the Atomic Energy Commission, as well as all branches of the Defense Department.

To these conclusions I would append the following -- NOT as firmly-established historical fact, but as a working hypothesis and grounds for investigation:

4. The "UFO abduction" phenomenon MIGHT be a continuation of clandestine mind control operations.

I recognize the difficulties this thesis might present to those readers emotionally wedded to the extraterrestrial hypothesis, or to those whose political WELTANSHAUUNG disallows any such suspicions. Still, the open-minded student of abductions should consider the possibilities. Certainly, we are not being narrow-minded if we ask researchers to exhaust ALL terrestrial explanations before looking heavenward.

Granted, this particular explanation may, at first, seem as bizarre as the phenomenon itself. But I invite the skeptical reader to examine the work of George Estabrooks, a seminal theorist on the use of hypnosis in warfare, and a veteran of Project MKULTRA. Estabrooks once amused himself during a party by covertly hypnotizing two friends, who were led to believe that the Prime Minister of England had just arrived; Estabrooks' victims spent an hour conversing with, and even serving drinks to, the esteemed visitor[11]. For ufologists, this incident raises an inescapable question: If the Mesmeric arts can successfully evoke a non-existent Prime Minister, why can't a representative from the Pleiades be similarly induced?

But there is much more to the present day technology of mind control than mere hypnosis -- and many good reasons to suspect that UFO abduction accounts are an artifact of continuing brainwashing/behavior modification experiments. Moreover, I intend to demonstrate that, by using UFO mythology as a cover story, the experimenters may have solved the major problem with the work conducted in the 1950s -- "the disposal problem," i.e., the question of "What do we do with the victims?"

If, in these pages, I seem to stray from the subject of the saucers, I plead for patience. Before I attempt to link UFO abductions with mind control experiments, I must first show that this technology EXISTS. Much of the forthcoming is an introduction to the topic of mind control -- what it is, and how it works.

Dixie Dea
02-20-2009, 11:21 AM
Thanks David and also Jan.....quite interesting INFO! I sure can understand what happens when one tries to decipher or dive into such topics. Just with the very small attempts that I have made, I am findIng that the study just never ends. It continually takes you into areas you hadn't even thought about, which then requires another new study in ttself. Just on this thread alone, I have found names I never heard of and have been trying to check out each one, for just a little info about them and their theories.


Then there is all the.disinfo and the outright fruit loops, that keep you so confused as to what is truth and what is not....or what is just pure fairy tale fantasy. So, I do have to conclude this all leads to both great fear as well as deep burnout....not to mention perhaps redicule.


I mentioned some time hack that I had been working on something, along these lines, but it has been hard trying to pursue it. I have spent months just trying to find something that might confirm my growing suspicions regarding a certain Psychiatrist, but I am not hardly finding. anything, that might confirm it. But then also, I am suspicious that no info seems available, through google anyway.....even though I have used so many different categories in my search engine efforts. I only get the very limited and usually one sentence same info in every account mentioned of him, that has been copied over and over in hundreds of different websites. I just find that real strange for a Psychiatrist, who was regarded as so prestigious.. Although I was finally able to find some additional info, which gives me even more suspiciions of him. I have not even been able to find an Obituary for him, even though I believe that he passed away several years ago. Could be he was just as has been described and I am only just whistlening in the dark about him Or perhaps I am just overly suspicious because I grew up when it was thought that a Communist was hiding behind every tree...:-)


At the same time, I am continually getting sidetracked with other pertinent info that I just feel compelled to also check out.,,,which takes me into "other dimensions" related to this study. I have attempted to study some areas of Mind Control, throgh the years, but there is just so much info in that regard.


I do believe that many people are seeing something and even feel that some believe that they were abducted by aliens. However, I do NOT bellieve that UFO's are from another galaxy and believe there is other explanations to account for so-called alien abductions, such as with the discussions on ths thread. Problem is, that in both sides of this issue there are strange, imaginative and also rather preposterous accounts and theories.


Well. I have been involved in JFK studies for many years, so perhaps this is all just a new and additional form of interest and studies for me. However, I wasn't really wanting to get in so deep that I also feel compelled to buy every book involved....but some are actually beginning to be of interest to me. I already have quite an extensive collection of JFK Assn, related books and hate to get involved in another collection... :-) Yet, I am continually being more intrigued.


Maybe I should attempt to write up all that I do have about my specific subject of interest and post it here and then see if anyone else might have some additional thoughts or even some answers....or even if my suspicions are unfounded.


While I am thinking of it, what is the thought in regard to what has been referred do as MILABS? So far, parts of it seems somewhat plausible and yet it always seems to get into areas of seeming to be.too implausible.,,,like they get too carried away, with their imaginative theories. So then it all begins to seem as improbable (to me anyway) just as the belief in UFO's and alien abductions from other galaxy's. Although it has occurred to me that it has all been orchestrated by disinfo's in order to both confuse or actually sound rediculous.....so that we cannot get at the truth of what might actually be going on.

Oh, another question I have.....what is the (perhaps hidden) function or agenda in regard to the Rockfeller Foundation...that is, if there is any agenda at all. Is it perhaps like the Pioneer Fund...with its Eugenics studies and Nazi like focus? I ran across it in my area of study and not sure if it has any pertenant significanace to add to my suspicions or not.

Dixie

David Guyatt
02-20-2009, 11:57 AM
You might want to do a Google search on Prof. Antony Sutton and the Rockefeller interests Dixie. He has written on the subject fairly extensively in his various books.

The below link is just a flavour of some of it:

http://www.mail-archive.com/ctrl@listserv.aol.com/msg50418.htm

The Rockefeller family have long been very big movers and shakers and if I remember correctly, the Bush crime family were their faithful servants...

David Guyatt
09-20-2009, 11:00 AM
I think the following article clearly explains the historic interest shown by the RAF in the topic of UFO's.

http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/news/uk/article5950460.ece


From The Sunday Times
March 22, 2009

Is that a flying saucer? No, its a stealth bomber

Jack Grimston

INTELLIGENCE officers scoured hundreds of UFO sighting reports in the 1980s and 1990s looking for top-secret American stealth-plane projects, newly released files have shown.

At the end of the cold war, the Ministry of Defence was worried that America was developing mysterious planes but not telling its closest ally. Staff at department DI55 of the Defence Intelligence Staff logged and investigated hundreds of sightings by pilots, air-traffic controllers and private individuals who believed they had seen an alien presence.

The MoD did not believe Britain was being visited by aliens but these files show they were obsessed with the fear that our closest ally was developing spy planes and keeping them secret from us, said David Clarke, a lecturer at Sheffield Hallam University, and UFO specialist at the National Archives (which today releases hundreds of official UFO files on its website).

In one incident logged in 1989, an oil-rig worker trained in aircraft observation saw a perfect black triangle escorted by two American fighters. An official noted: Attention is now focusing on this, despite a recent US Air Force denial briefing. This is bound to prompt parliamentary interest. In 1990, the crews of six RAF Tornado jets flying over Germany reported seeing a UFO. Staff at RAF West Drayton, where many sightings were initially collated, noted that the pilots had reported the aerial phenomenon overtaking them, and said: Possibly idented [identified] as a stealth aircraft.

In another 1990 incident, the MoD believed two men had had a chance sighting of a spy-plane called Aurora, thought to be in development by the Americans. They reported a diamond-shaped UFO above the A9 at Calvine near Pitlochry, Perthshire.

The intelligence task sheet notes: Sensitivity of material suggests very special handling . . . minimum handling by listed personnel. The files, the latest in a series of UFO reports being released by the MoD, also settle a long-standing UFO conspiracy theory the death of American fighter pilot Captain William Schaffner during an exercise over the North Sea in 1970. To the distress of his family, it has been claimed by some that officials covered up a sinister incident possibly involving a UFO.

The files include the RAFs official inquiry into the crash, which concluded Schaffners Lightning fighter had brushed the sea during a delicate, low-speed manoeuvre.

When he tried to eject, the cockpit canopy remained stuck because of poor maintenance, and Schaffner is believed to have drowned.

The vast majority of the files record calls from the public reporting various cigar-shaped objects, mysterious lights and saucer-shaped craft.

In 1989, RAF Wattisham in Suffolk was phoned by a distressed female who described being engaged in conversation by an alien with a Scandinavian accent while walking her dog. The alien then departed in his spaceship.

The same year, the RAF was told of a large flying object seen approaching from Filton airport by a pleasant lady from her sofa in Bristol. It had an object on top like a teapot lid.

In 1992, a secret memo reported nocturnal sightings in the eastern suburbs of London of a bright cigar-shaped object, moving very slowly and making little or no sound.

An intelligence analyst recorded that the craft was almost certainly a brightly illuminated airship advertising the new Ford Mondeo.

See UFO files at www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/ufos

Magda Hassan
09-20-2009, 01:26 PM
Another one for the 'No one can keep a conspiracy secret - not true' file. The stealth bomber was in development for many years, decades, a cast of many hundreds perhaps thousands and no one spilled the beans.

Jan Klimkowski
09-20-2009, 01:54 PM
Another one for the 'No one can keep a conspiracy secret - not true' file. The stealth bomber was in development for many years, decades, a cast of many hundreds perhaps thousands and no one spilled the beans.

Yup. But that's not a "conspiracy of thousands", it's "honourable" men and women observing the "national security" clauses in their contracts. I know because a couple of furious disinformation entities told me so.... :rolleyes:

Myra Bronstein
09-20-2009, 01:54 PM
Who here has seen the classic X-Files episode "Jose Chung's From Outer Space," written by Darin Morgan?

What do you think of it?

I wish I could find video of the entire episode (in English). But here is the transcript: http://www.insidethex.co.uk/transcrp/scrp320.htm

I think it's the most brilliant TV writing ever (aside from Joss Whedon and Rod Serling). But no one asked me. :ridinghorse:

Tony Guerrier
11-14-2009, 07:47 PM
UFOS - the serious new deep political research topic?

Following the Kenneth Arnold sighting of nine unidentified aircraft over the Cascade mountain in June 1947, the subject of UFOs has increasingly grabbed the publics attention and has become a regular darling of media headlines alike.

From the little green men of the Fifties through to todays de rigueur Grey aliens, many of us have long regarded regard the subject of UFOs as the preserve of the slightly wacky. But this is no longer the case. Serious research in recent years combined with the release of previously classified or restricted information suggest - to this writer at least - that UFOs are very much part of the deep political milieu and have, in fact, always been important residents there. We just didnt know it until recent times.

Below is a photo of a sketch of the flying saucers seen by Kenneth Arnold that fateful day in June 1947.
http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/d/d5/Arnold_crescent_1947.jpg


Now compare Arnolds craft (above) with the advanced Nazi top secret (i.e., skunked) Ho 1X flying wing designed by nazi aircraft pioneers, Reimer and Walter Horton seen below

http://www.ctie.monash.edu.au/hargrave/images/horten_ix.jpg

The similarities are quite striking, and for a good reason, I think. The Horton flying wing formed art of the advanced nazi weapons technology grabbed by US forces towards the end of WWII and then placed under wraps. [...]


Its quite impressing when you see them for real:

http://pixhost.ws/avaxhome/cb/29/001029cb.jpeg


The book is here

http://rapidshare.com/files/307047844/DN.rar

sadly its just in german language, but I guess it talks about the story of this "Nurflugel bis" aircraft

Helen Reyes
11-14-2009, 11:14 PM
Page One promised some info on the 9 but none was found. I'll have to write it myself :) Come to think of it, the UFO thing, the 9, Vril, Theosophy, the Great Game, Andrija Puharich, Zbigniew Brzezinski, Afghanistan and Obama all connect. I'll make a thread in Borderlands for it when I write something coherent up for public consumption. It looks like the 9 is a myth that the American elite were supposed to assimilate, exactly as a minority immigrant community can assimilate the history and heritage of the host country/society, but here, for purposes of more direct mind control. In Pure Land Buddhism only the pure in heart can perceive Shambala. In other words, they were put in a trance in order to perpetuate a very strange myth involving ancient dynasties with forbidden technologies.

The Mahatma in Mahatma Gandhi came directly from C. W. Leadbetter and HP Blavatsky in India. Disraeli was forced out for Gladstone to take over because of an incident in Afghanistan which, going from memory, involved the viceroy Bulwer-Lytton, son of the author of The Coming Race which began the Vril mania. The 9 Puharich summoned betray their Theosphic origins when they disclose that blacks are "not of the starseed," just as Blavatsky informs us that Australian aborigines and pure Africans are not of the "root races."

More later.

Chris Bowen
11-18-2009, 05:02 PM
Whilst I dare say the "Montauk mythos" referenced herein won't find favour with many members I couldn't help but take notice of Gorightly's conclusion to his article - bearing in mind our likely future Prime Minister



that there exists a certain bloodline connected to the Cameron namesake, of which Hubbard is an apparent member. Among other members of this bloodline are as would be expected super psychic Duncan Cameron, and his immediate family. Add to this list Jack Parson's wife, Marjorie Cameron, as well as such evil mind control geniuses as Dr. Ewen Cameron of MK-ULTRA infamy, and what we have is a genetic-Cameron-code inherently adept at such practices as magick and interdimensional travel. Moon indicates that there's an ongoing battle of good and evil taking place within the Cameron bloodline, pitting the likes or a Ewen Cameron against an L. Ron Hubbard. Hubbard, it should be noted, was the only public figure to condemn the activities of Ewen Cameron during the late 60's, when Cameron was active on the MK-ULTRA front, prescribing such treatments as "psychic driving" for his "patients."


Ritual Magic, Mind Control and the UFO Phenomenon

- By Adam Gorightly (gorightly@hotmail.com)
Part 1

It was not long after my own encounter with strange aerial phenomenon that I began to see a link between UFOs to such seemingly disparate topics as psychedelics, psychotronics, and ritual magick. As the years pass, the Extraterrestrial Hypothesis (ETH) makes far less sense to the observer than other theories ranging from mind control conspiracies or on the other hand fissures in the space-time continuum which provide a portal of entry for ghostly apparitions that can be saucer-shaped or even take on the form of Moth-Men, Chupacabras or the Blessed Virgin Mary.
UFOs encompass a wide range of phenomenon and cannot be categorized simply in terms of little gray skinned buggers from Zeta-Reticuli shoving probes up human rectums (Ouch!). To me the term "UFO" simply suggests something unexplainable hovering in outer or inner space, whether it is machine-like elves encountered under the influence of DMT, or nuts and bolt craft performing inexplicable aerial maneuvers over Area 51.
UFOs are limited only by our imagination, and to consider them merely craft from another galaxy is as narrow a view as postulating that newborn babies are delivered exclusively by storks. UFOs are also in my estimation a product of altered consciousness, which is not to suggest that all sightings are in part, or in whole, complete hallucinations. What I'm suggesting is that in order to observe UFOs, one must often enter into a more receptive state, much like a psychic or channeler tunning into voices or subtle energies. Channelers must first induce in themselves a trance state before being able to contact "voices from the beyond". The same goes for magickal workings wherein magicians carry out rituals in order to invoke spirits and/or demons.
A corollary to the above statement is the famed Amalantrah Working of legendary occultist Aleister Crowley, which consisted of a series of visions he received from January through March of 1918 via his then "Scarlet Women," one Roddie Minor. Throughout his life, Crowley had a number of Scarlet Women, who acted as "Channels" for otherworldly transmissions of angelic and/or demonic origin. The Scarlet Woman also played a large part in Crowley's notorious sex ritual, at times combining drugs and bestiality to stir up those strange energies into which good ol' Uncle Al was trying to tap. To quote Crowley chronicler Kenneth Grant from Aleister Crowley and the Hidden God (http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/1871438365/conspiracyarc-20/104-8924776-1297547?%5Fencoding=UTF8&camp=1789&link%5Fcode=xm2):

Crowley was aware of the possibility of opening the spatial gateways and of admitting an extraterrestrial current in the human life-wave... It is an occult tradition and Lovecraft gave it persistent utterance in his writings that some transfinite and superhuman power is marshaling its forces with intent to invade and take possession of this planet... This is reminiscent of Charles Fort's dark hints about a secret society on earth already in contact with cosmic beings and, perhaps, preparing the way for their advent. Crowley dispels the aura of evil with which these authors (Lovecraft and Fort) invest the fact; he prefers to interpret it thelemically, not as an attack upon human consciousness from within, to embrace other stars and to absorb their energies into a system that is thereby enriched and rendered truly cosmic by the process...
http://www.conspiracyarchive.com/images/lam.jpg It was through the Amalantrah Working which included the ingestion of hashish and mescaline in its rituals that Crowley came into contact with an interdimensional entity named Lam, who by the way just happens to be a dead ringer for the popular conception of the "Grey" alien depicted on the cover of Whitley Strieber's Communion. Crowley called them "Enochian entities" because he purportedly contacted them by using "Enochian call", a Cabalistic system/language devised by 17th century Elizabethan magician, Dr. John Dee. From this alleged encounter, some have inferred that the industrious Mr. Crowley intentionally opened a portal of entry through the practice of ritual magick, which allowed the likes of Lam and other "alien greys" a passageway onto Earth plane. Dr. John Dee and his "scryer", Edward Kelly, had their own strange encounters with as they call them "little men" who moved about "in a little fiery cloud", thus a pattern exists in the lore of ritual magic connecting UFOs to sorcery.
Some now believe that what Crowley tapped into was the same unconscious reservoir of high weirdness that helped launch the current rash of alien abductions, as reported by such "experts" in the field as Bud Hopkins, John Mack, David Jacobs et al. When making these connections, bear in mind that many abductees recall their encounters with these gray skinned creatures only after they've been hypnotically regressed. Once again, we see that trance state not unlike those ASC's produced during rituals such as the Amalantrah Working are often the triggering factor which opens up a portal for these strange entities. According to Kenneth Grant, this tradition has been continued by current day adepts of the Great Beast, who follow in his footsteps practicing ritual magic to invoke these "alien entities".
In Outside the Circles of Time, Grant writes:

Some believe that the UFO phenomena are part of the "miracle", and a mounting mass of evidence seems to suggest that mysterious entities have been located within the earth's ambience for countless centuries and that more and more people are being born with innate ability to see, or in some way sense their presence... Prayer for deific intervention in ancient times has now become a cri de coeure to extra-terrestrial or interdimensional entities, according to whether the manifestations are viewed as occuring within man's consciousness, or outside himself in apparently objective but often invisible entities. New Isis Lodge has in its archives the sigils of some of these entities. The sigils com from a grimoire of unknown origin which forms a part of the dark quabalahs of Besqul, located by magicians in the Tunnel of Quliefi. The grimoire describes Four Gates of extraterrestrial entry into, and emergence from, the known Universe.
What Grant is speaking of is a form of ritual magic(k) practiced by such groups as the Golden Dawn, and the Ordo Templi Orientis(O.T.O.). "Sigils" are line drawings and diagrams that serve as signatures of entities accessible to a trained magician familiar with "Enochian calls" and other methods of summoning "spirits". A grimoire is a directory of such sigils, and a manual for their use.
A noted disciple of Crowley's, Jack Parsons one time head of the California branch of the O.T.O., and renowned rocket scientist carried on this tradition of interdimensional contact when, in 1946 with the aid of "Frater H." he made contact with some sort of entities not at all unlike Crowley's "Lam". This all took place during a series of magic rituals deemed the Babalon Workings. What makes this story all the more bizarre is that Parson's accomplice in this endeavor the aforementioned Frater H. became more commonly known afterwards as the charismatic cult leader L.Ron Hubbard, the founder of Scientology.
Apparently, Hubbard played a role similar to that of Edward Kelly, "scryer" for the aforementioned Dr. John Dee, of whom Crowley was an ardent admirer. A scryer works as a receptor of otherworldly communications, often using a crystal ball or similar device in conjunction with the magician's rituals and ceremonies to summon beings from other dimensions. Together magician and scryer work hand-in-hand in summoning these otherworldly beings: be they angels, demons or spirits of the dead. Crowley's Scarlet Woman, in many instances, performed this same function; for instance Crowley's first wife, Rose Kelly while in a magical trance received the first three chapters of the infamous Book of the Law, the manuscript that laid the foundation for Crowley's "religion", Thelema. Furthermore, the portal of entry for the extraterrestrial beings that Crowley theoretically opened (when he invoked the entity "Lam") may have been further enlarged by Parsons and Hubbard with the commencement of the Babalon Working, thus facilitating a monumental paradigm shift in human consciousness. As Kenneth Grant wrote, "The Working began... just prior to the wave of unexplained ariel phenomena now recalled as the 'Great Flying Saucer Flap!' Parsons opened a door and something flew in." Such researchers as John Carter suggest that the detonation of atomic bombs over Japan during the latter part of World War II may have also played a part in opening this door between dimensions or, at least, attracted the curiosity of our intergalactic neighbors.
As Thelemic history instructs, 1947 ended the first stage of the Babalon Working, as Parsons and Hubbard parted ways amid a cloud of turmoil.(Apparently, Hubbard split with Parsons wife and a large part of his fortune.) It was the same year the Modern Age of UFOs flew into view with the Kenneth Arnold sightings over Mt. Rainer in Washington state, followed not long after by the legendary saucer crash in Roswell, New Mexico.
http://www.conspiracyarchive.com/images/crowley.jpg 1947 was also the year that marked the passing of the Great Beast, Aleister Crowley. Not long after these monumental events, in 1948, Albert Hoffman gave birth to LSD, which indicates that strange things were indeed aloof in the collective unconscious of humanity between the years of 1946-48. Connecting all this high weirdness up even tighter is conspiracy researcher John Judge, who in an interview on KPFK radio, Los Angeles on August 12, 1989 dubbed "Unidentified Fascist Observatories" stated that Kenneth Arnold and Jack Parsons were flying partners, though I have as yet, been unable to find additional corroboration to support his claim.
As for L. Ron Hubbard though it is not well publicized by current day members of the Church of Scientology much of his "religion" was based on a bizarre cosmology he apparently concocted, perhaps to see how much his flock was willing to swallow, a thesis which suggested that several million years ago the souls of dead space aliens (Thetans) entered into the body of Earth humans, and that is part of the reason why today were so screwed up as a species.
Another interesting "UFO" parallel to note is that Parsons and Hubbard's "visionary experience" with these alien-like entities transpired in the California desert, which during the late 40's and 50's was a hotbed for flying saucer activity. It was in this setting that such famous "Contactees" as George Adamski and George Hunt Williamson invoked their own brand of cosmic messengers transported by saucers, cigar-shaped vessels and the like, often originating from nearby Venus, or other seemingly uninhabitable planets in our solar system.
In the 1930's prior to his "Space Brother" encounters Adamski operated a monastery dubbed "The Royal-Order of Tibet," which afforded him a permit to make sacrificial wine during the Prohibition. After the Prohibition ended, Adamski's monastery suddenly closed its doors, and he afterwards opened a burger stand near the Mount Polomar Observatory. While there, Adamski claimed to have helped astronomers photograph several UFO's a claim that afterwards was never verified by anyone at the observatory.
Adamski's first encounter with the "Space Brothers" occurred in the Mojave Desert on November 20, 1952, when in the company of George Hunt Williamson and some other friends he witnessed a cigar-shaped craft being pursued by military jets. Just before disappearing from sight, the craft ejected a silver disc, which landed a short distance from Adamski and his party. When Adamski arrived at the saucer he was greeted by a man with long blonde hair, wearing a one-piece suit.
Telepathically, the "man" informed Adamski he was from Venus, and that he was concerned about the possibility of atomic bomb radiation from Earth reaching other planets in the solar system, and that various beings from throughout the galaxy were visiting Earth harboring these same concerns. According to Adamski, he was taken aboard one of the alien ships and flown around to several venues throughout the universe, including the dark side of the moon. During the course of his ariel foray, Adamski took an array of spurious photographs that have been widely viewed as a hoax. In "Unidentified Fascist Observatories", John Judge asserts that Adamski was an asset of the CIA, who in his lecture tours throughout the 50's and 60's dispersed disinfo on behalf of the Company.
Adamski's colleague George Hunt Williamson went on to author several UFO books, such as Other Tongues Other Flesh, and promulgated the idea of a cosmic good-versus-evil battle taking place between the "good guys" from the dog star, Sirius, versus the evil shit-kickers from Orion. Strangely enough, the planet Sirius is a recurring theme found throughout Occult and UFO lore.
Of note in this regard is Robert Temple's The Sirius Mystery (http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/089281750X/ref=ase_conspiracyarc-20/104-8924776-1297547?v=glance&s=books), published in 1977, which documents the history of the Dogon tribe in Africa, and their fabled meetings with the Nommo, a race of three-eyed, crab-clawed beings from Sirius. It was these intergalactic emissaries as Dogon legends record that passed onto the tribe as far back as 3200 B.C. various astronomical data, among which that Sirius has a companion star invisible to the naked eye. These legends far predate the advent of telescopes, and were later confirmed by astronomers. This "companion" star Sirius B wasn't even photographed until 1970. In addition to this knowledge regarding Sirius B, such as the fact that Jupiter has four moons; Saturn has a ring around it; and that the planets in our solar system orbit around the sun. All of these facts, of course, were later confirmed by science.
In the Sirius Mystery, Temple traces contact with the Nommos all the way back to Sumeria circa 4500 B.C. At that time, he says, these three-eyed-crab-clawed creatures appeared in their mighty space ships from the stars, bestowing unto humankind vast secrets; revealing mysteries and esoteric knowledge passed on to initiates in various secret societies in Egypt, the Near East, and Greece. These initial contacts Temple contends, planted the seeds for the various mystery religions, whose offshoots include the likes of Giordano Bruno, Dr. John Dee, and the overall foundation which laid the stones for Freemasonry, and other secret schools of esoteric knowledge such as the Knights Templar and the Rosicrucians. In fact, Freemasons believe that civilization on Earth was initially formed by initiates from the Sirius star system, whom they equate with the Egyptian Trinity of Isis, Osiris, and Horus. In these legends, Osiris has been portrayed as a precursor to Christ, who was first crucified then later resurrected, forming the basis of an Egyptian priesthood that worships Sun gods.
The adepts of these mystery religions have always referred to themselves in one form or another as the Illuminati; those who have been "illuminated" by their worship of the various Sun gods/Moon goddesses.
In his treatise, Temple further notes that the entire Egyptian calendar revolved around the movements of Sirius, and that the calendar year began with the "dog days" when Sirius started to rise behind the Sun. According to Phillip Vandenburg in The Curse of the Pharaoh: "An archaeologist named Duncan MacNaughton discovered in 1932 that the long dark tunnels in the Great Pyramid of Cheops function as telescopes, making the stars visible even in the daytime. The Great Pyramid is oriented, according to MacNaughton, to give a view, from the King's Chamber, of the area of the southern sky in which Sirius moves throughout the year."
The brightest star in the heavens, Sirius is used for navigational purposes because it usually remains fixed in the sky. Comparatively speaking, it's approximately 35 times brighter than our own sun, and is regarded in occult circles as "the hidden god of the cosmos." The famous emblem of the all-seeing eye seen hovering above the unfinished pyramid is a depiction of the Eye of Sirius, and is a common motif found throughout Masonic lore. It is no secret that many of our nation's founding fathers were Freemasons, which explains the odd appearance of the Eye of Sirius on the dollar bill; a symbol seen everyday by millions of people across the globe, imprinting it's image forever in our psyches. The imprinting of such imagery has been called into question in recent times by a whole host of conspiracy theorists, who in their New World Order scenarios connect such fraternal orders as the Knights of Malta, Freemasonry and Rosicrucianism with the "insidious" symbol of Sirius, the eye in the triangle. At the top of this pyramid the conspiracy theorists suggest is the dreaded illuminati, tying all of these fraternal orders and secret societies together in a far flung plot intended to bring mankind to its knees under a futuristic Orwellian nightmare; a totalitarian society masquerading as a libertarian democracy, which uses Masonic imagery to program the masses.
As if this entire story wasn't already jumbled enough, the dawning of the 20th century ushered in a new generation of contacts paying homage to the "Dog Star", expounding ever further upon the legend of the hovering eye upon the pyramid. Right around the turn of the century, a gentleman named Lucien-Francois Jean-Maine formed an order in Haiti called the Cult of the Black Snake that used rituals borrowed from Crowley's O.T.O. in combination with certain voodoo practices. In 1922, these rituals reportedly summoned forth a disembodied being named Lam, the very same entity that Aleister Crowley made contact with a few years earlier. In fact, Kenneth Grant has stated that Crowley "unequivocally identifies his Holy Guardian Angel with Sothis(Sirius), or Set-Isis."
Later in the 1950's and 60's the aforementioned saucer "contactee" George Hunt Williamson once again summoned forth certain denizens purportedly from Sirius, conversing to them in the same "Enochian" or "Angelic" language used by John Dee and Aleister Crowley. Williamson in his various books an lectures also spoke of a secret society on Earth that has been in contact with Sirius for thousands of years, and that the emblem of this secret society is the eye of Horus, otherwise known as the all-seeing eye (http://www.conspiracyarchive.com/NWO/All_Seeing_Eye.htm).
As previously noted, Williamson was a close associate of George Adamski, perhaps the most famous of the early UFO Contactees, who claimed to be connected with astronomers at Palomar Observatory in California, in whose company he allegedly witnessed several UFO sightings. In a fascinating essay entitled "Sorcery, Sex, Assassination, and the Science of Symbolism", author James Shelby Downard describes a "Sirius-worship cult" reaching all the way to the highest levels of the CIA. In this provocative piece, Shelby describes one of their rituals taking place at the Palomar Observatory under the telescopically focused light of Sirius, bathing its participants in luminance of the majestic Dog-Star; a true Illuminati ritual on high.
A rash of Sirian references continued on into the 1970's, perhaps inspired by Robert Temple's book. In 1974, Science fiction writer Phillip K. Dick had some sort of "mystical experience" which at first he attributed to psychotronic transmissions," as he called them, commenced on March 20, 1974, showering him with endless reams and streams of visual and audio data. Initially, this overpowering onslaught of messages that Dick received was extremely unpleasant and, as he termed them, "die messages." Within the following week, he reported being kept awake by "violet phosphor activity, eight hours uninterrupted." A description of this event in a fictionalized form appears in A Scanner, Darkly. The content of this phosphene activity was in the form of modern abstract graphics followed by Soviet Music serenading his head, in addition to Russian names and words appearing there, as well. Dick's original theory was that Russian mind control agents were targeting him with these transmissions.
At the outset, Dick felt the emanations invading his mind were of a malevolent nature, although in time he began to believe they were something entirely different. In a letter to Ira Einhorn dated February 10, 1978, Dick went into more depth on those psychotronic transmissions, claiming that they "seemed sentient". He felt that an alien life form existing in some upper layer of the Earth's atmosphere had been attracted by the Soviet psychotronic transmissions. Apparently, this alien life form operated as a "station", tapping into some sort of interplanetary communication grid that, "...contained and transmitted vast amounts of information."
What Dick initially received were the Soviet transmissions, but eventually this alien life form whom he called Zebra became "...attracted or potentiated by the Soviet micro-wave psychotronic transmissions." In the months that followed, this alien entity according to Dick vastly improved his mental and physical well being in a number of ways. It (Zebra) gave him "...complex and accurate information about myself and also about our infant son, which, Zebra said, had a critical and undiagnosed birth defect which required emergency and immediate surgery. My wife rushed our baby to the doctor and told the doctor what I had said (more precisely what Zebra had said to me) and the doctor discovered that it was so. Surgery was scheduled for the following day i.e. as soon as possible. Our son would have died otherwise." (Dick's wife Tessa and others have since confirmed this story regarding the medical conditions of himself and son, Christopher.)
Phil Dick felt Zebra was totally benign, and it held great contempt for the Soviets and their psychotronic experiments. Furthermore, Zebra informed Dick that the Earth was dying, and that spray-cans were "...destroying the layer of atmosphere in which Zebra...existed.
It was not until several years after his "mystical experiences" with Zebra that Phil Dick finally wrote about these events in his classic novel VALIS (http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/0679734465/ref=ase_conspiracyarc-20/104-8924776-1297547?v=glance&s=books). Prior to the publication of VALIS, Dick had never made any mention of Sirius in connection with the events that so drastically impacted his life. However, in his classic work, Dick renamed Zebra to VALIS (Vast Active Living Intelligence System) and identified it as a product of Sirius star system, identifying it's operators as three-eyed crab-clawed beings.
During this period 1973-74 noted author Robert Anton Wilson was having his own experiences with "Et denizens" which at the time he thought were "telepathic communications from Sirius" as recounted in his mind-blowing book, Cosmic Trigger (http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/1561840033/ref=ase_conspiracyarc-20/104-8924776-1297547?v=glance&s=books). Although Wilson and Dick knew one another and Wilson was aware that he had had some sort of transcendental experience in March of 1974 Dick never mentioned Sirius in any of their conversations, or anything in reference to being contacted by "aliens". It wasn't until many years later when he read VALIS that Wilson became aware of this revelation. It should also be noted that in the late 60's/early 70's Robert Anton Wilson traveled down some of the same paths as Aleister Crowley, dabbling in ritual magic and psychedelic adventurism as a means of opening certain doors of perception, perhaps the very same ones that created a portal of entry for "Lam".
Also in the early 70's, popular English mainstream novelist Doris Lessing began a series of Sci-Fi novels revolving around particular entities from Sirius, which was a definite departure from her previous literary offerings. In the third novel of this series, The Sirian Experiments (http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/0006547214/ref=ase_conspiracyarc-20/104-8924776-1297547?v=glance&s=books), Lessing relates a tale with stunning similarities to Dick's VALIS experiences. When Robert Anton Wilson met Mrs. Lessing in 1983, she said she had never read a lick of Dick or Wilson, for that matter. It's hard to tell how much of this was cross-pollination; be it intentional or a subconscious filtration process that leaked in and out of a few cracked brains fixated on the Dog Star. Another somewhat unlikely source for such conjecture was the heavy metal rock band Blue Oyster Cult. At face value, one might consider BOC another in a long line of head banging guitar slingers, but upon closer examination many of their lyrics allude to subjects occult or arcane, often referring to amphibian-like beings from outer-space, as well as Sirius in their song "Astronomy". "...and don't forget my dog, fixed and consequent. Astronomy...a star!"
But not only has Sirius cropped up time and again in Occult and UFO lore, but the ubiquitous Dog Star has also been mentioned in relation to certain mind control experiments which fall under the nefarious umbrella of the CIAs MKULTRA project. Purportedly started in 1953 under a program that was exempt from congressional oversight MK-ULTRA agents and spychiatrists tested radiation, electric shock, microwaves, and electrode implants on unwitting subjects. The ultimate goal of MK-ULTRA was to create programmed assassins ala The Manchurian Candidate. (The CIA also tested a wide range of drugs in the prospects of discovering the perfect chemical compound to control minds. LSD was one such drug that deeply interested CIA spychiatrists, so much so that in 53 the Agency attempted to purchase the entire world supply of acid from Sandoz Laboratories in Switzerland. In fact, for many years the CIA was the principal source for LSD, both legal and otherwise.)
In recent years, various info on remote mind control technology has filtered into the conspiracy research community through such alternative publications such as Full Disclosure, Resonance as well as a Finnish gentleman by the name of Martti Koski and his booklet My Life Depends On You. Over the last decade, Mr. Koski has been sharing his horrifying tale with the mind controlled world at large, documenting as it does the discovery of rampant brain tampering committed upon himself and countless others. The perpetrators of these evil doings allegedly include the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP), The CIA and Finnish Intelligence, among various other intelligence agencies. Where Sirius comes into the clouded picture is quite interesting: at one point during a mind control programming episode, the doctors operating on Koski identified themselves as aliens from Sirius. Apparently, these doctors (or spychiatrists) were attempting to plant a screen memory to conceal their true intentions. What this suggests is a theory that a handful of researchers namely Martin Cannon, Alex Constantine, David Emory and John Judge started kicking around in the early 90s: that Alien Abductions were a cover for MK-ULTRA mind control shenanigans perpetrated by Intelligence Agency spooks.
According to Walter Bowart in the revised edition of Operation Mind Control (http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/0440167558/ref=ase_conspiracyarc-20/104-8924776-1297547?v=glance&s=books) one alleged mind control victim related an incident along these lines, purportedly occurring in the late 70s. In memories retrieved by way of hypnotic regression, it was revealed that the victim had been the recipient of a mock alien abduction, the intention of which was to create a screen memory that would conceal the actual mind control programs enacted on the victim. The subject in this instance claimed to have seen a young child dressed in a small alien costume, similar in appearance to the aliens in Speilberg's ET. None of this, of course, dismisses outright the ETH; nor does it mean that ETs have never visited us. Nevertheless, it's implications are staggering when one considers the impact and subsequent commercialization of the Alien Abduction Phenomenon, and how it has challenged and reshaped the belief systems and psyches of millions upon millions of the planet's inhabitants, in essence creating a new paradigm that prior to thirty years ago was virtually non-existent.
As chronicled in Walter Bowarts Operation Mind Control, in the late 70s Congressman Charlie Rose (D-N.C) met with a Canadian inventor who had developed a helmet that simulated alternate states of consciousness and realities, much like the VR eyegear-unit postulated in the movie Brainstorm. One such virtual reality scenario played out by those who tried on this helmet was a mock alien abduction. Congressman Rose took part in these experiments, which consisted of aforementioned alien abduction programme. Much to Roses amazement, the simulated scenario seemed incredibly realistic. This device sounds quite similar to Dr. Michael Persinger's much-touted "Magic Helmet", which has been receiving a fair amount of press in recent years. Equipped with magnets that beam a low-level magnetic field at the temporal lobe, the Helmet effects areas of brain associated with time distortions, and other altered states of consciousness. Although Bowart did not specifically name the inventor of the helmet in Operation Mind Control, chances are it was Persinger to whom he was referring. Persinger's name has also been bandied about by mind control researcher, Martin Cannon in his treatise The Controllers as a behind the scenes player in intelligence operations related to MK-ULTRA.
Persinger is a clinical neurophysicist and professor of neuroscience, whose work over the years has focused on the effects of electromagnetic fields upon biological organisms and human behavior. Persinger is an adherent to the theory that UFOs are the products of geomagnetic effects released from the Earths crust under tectonic strain. His Helmet it has been noted approximates the characteristics of Temporal Lobe Epilepsy (TLE) of which many a armchair theorist have attributed as being responsible for Phil Dicks VALIS experiences. One of the most common attributes of TLE are visions of the divine, in the form of direct communications with God, or gods in whatever form be it aliens, angels, fairies or elves.
Early on in his efforts to explain his own abduction experience author Whitley Strieber entertained the possibility that he might have been one such victim of TLE. Because of this, Strieber underwent extensive medical examinations including several CAT scans and MRIs to determine if such was the case, but the results of all these tests came up negative. Aside from such speculations, there is an undeniable magical component to Whitley Striebers experiences. After his initial hypnotic regression when the presence of the visitors were first revealed to him Strieber subsequently practiced a form a mediation to further conjure their image in his mind, so as to better identify their features. The first time he attempted this approach much to his surprise an alien grey immediately appeared in his mental field of view, allowing Strieber to delve deeper into the mystery of the phenomenon. This meditation experience as recounted in Communion (http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/0380703882/ref=ase_conspiracyarc-20/104-8924776-1297547?v=glance&s=books) seems nothing less than a magical conjuration, although Strieber may not have been entirely aware of his actions in the context of ritual magic. In a sense, Strieber perhaps performed unconscious or subconscious magical workings on several occasions, in essence summoning forth these beings from behind the veils of perception. Furthermore, it is my belief that hypnotic regression can, under certain circumstances, perform a sort of magical working, and it was through hypnotic regression that Strieber was able to come to terms with his visitor experience at least to a certain extent. Bear in mind that hypnosis approximates a trance state, and it is just this form of altered consciousness that has allowed many an abductee to recall their experiences. Strieber was also, prior to his visitor experience, a member of the Gurdjieff Foundation, a self-transformational organization dedicated to a system of techniques devised by the famed mystic G.I. Gurdjieff. As Strieber explained: I believe that the techniques I learned in that training particularly a form of double-tone chanting have enabled me to remain conscious in some experiences with the visitors where I otherwise would have been unconscious. What Strieber doesnt acknowledge is that Gurdjieff himself was in contact with certain denizens of Sirius via this method of double-tone chanting, which could also be describe as Enochian chants.
It was in the early stages of his visitor experiences that Strieber made the acquaintance of famed alien abduction investigator Budd Hopkins, who sat in on some of Striebers early hypnosis sessions. Later, when Strieber was working on the early drafts of Body Terror (the original working title of Communion) he sent Hopkins excerpts for comment. Hopkins though he was convinced that Strieber had indeed been visited by alien beings was somewhat distressed by the amount of high weirdness contained within the manuscript, although there were many parallels with other known abduction cases. During the course of some group abductee meetings attended by Bud Hopkins, Strieber has been quoted as saying that some people began volunteering stories about having left their bodies or other psychic experiences after their abductions. Budd wasnt interested in that, and would tell people to get back to talking about their abduction experiences. He refused to see a possible link between the experience of abduction and some kind of spiritual or psychic awakening happening in the people to whom experiences occurred.
Curiously enough, elsewhere in Communion, Strieber points out that the mental state produced by his encounters with the visitors could be approximated by a rare drug called Tetradotoxin, which in small doses causes external anesthesia, and in larger doses may bring about out of body experiences. Even greater doses of the drug can simulate near death experiences. According to Strieber, Tetradotoxin is the core of the zombie poisons of Haiti. What he doesnt mention is that Tetradotoxin was just one in a vast number of psychoactive compounds utilized by the CIA for their fabled MK-ULTRA project. Throughout Communion, Strieber makes (perhaps) veiled references to mind control (of the MK-ULTRA variety.) At one point in the narrative as Strieber is haphazardly tossing around various theories regarding these visitations he brings up the possibility that the Greys may not have been actually using mental telepathy to communicate, but that something of a more technical nature might have been occurring, such as extra-low-frequency waves beamed into Whitleys boggled brain, thereby producing the requisite voices in his head.
Along these lines, Strieber adds the interesting aside that the earth itself generates a good deal of ELF in the 1 to 30 hertz range. Perhaps there are natural conditions that trigger a response in the brain which brings about what is essentially a psychological experience of a rare and powerful kind. Maybe we have a relationship with our own planet that we do not understand at all, and the old gods, the fairy, and the modern visitors are side effects of it... Part of the appeal of Communion and subsequent books were, in my opinion, Striebers ability to entertain a whole host of theories, and in the process open the readers eyes to the various possibilities attempting to explain the UFO phenomenon, from fairy lore or travelers from alternate dimensions to the very real possibility of some sort of ELF wave/mind control machine being responsible for his haunted reveries.
[B]Part 2

Of the various cottage industries that have emerged from the field of conspiracy theory, the Montauk Project is perhaps one of the more bizarre, its mythology a veritable smorgasbord of paranormal conspiracies and "comic book metaphysics", as Disinformation's Richard Metzger has so aptly termed it. Time travel, mind control, quantum physics, weather modification, teleportation, suppressed technologies, and gray alien hijynx merely scratch the surreal surface behind the many mind-blowing scenarios detailed in the numerous books authored by Montauk fraternity, such as "The Montauk Project: Experiments in Time (http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/0963188909/ref=ase_conspiracyarc-20/104-8924776-1297547?v=glance&s=books)," "Montauk Revisited: Adventures in Synchronicity (http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/0963188917/ref=ase_conspiracyarc-20/104-8924776-1297547?v=glance&s=books)," and "The Black Sun: Montauk's Nazi-Tibetan Connection (http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/0963188941/ref=ase_conspiracyarc-20/104-8924776-1297547?v=glance&s=books)". To the casual observer, the Montauk Project appears to be a hodge-podge of many diverse disciplines, much of which would be considered by the mainstream as "crank science." Take a little Wilhelm Reich, sprinkle it with Nikola Tesla, then add a dose of Aleister Crowley, and what you end up with is one magnificent mindfuck that goes off on so many tangents and arcane avenues that the mind boggles, either discounting this entire sordid tale, or conversely becoming so caught up and confused in this cosmic conundrum that the Montauk mythos becomes the focal point in their lives.
As legend has it, this whole weird tale began towards the end of World War II, an alleged result of the U.S. Government's top-secret Rainbow Project. According to varied sources, the initial goal of The Rainbow Project was to make a ship specifically the USS Eldridge undetectable by radar. Such endeavors as The Rainbow Project were quite obviously a precursor to future stealth fighter craft technology, or in the parlance of Star Trek, a "cloaking device." Although the experiment was allegedly successful in causing the Eldridge to disappear from the Philadelphia Naval Yard, it also had some bizarre side effects that took the project from out of the realms of hard science and tossed it haphazardly into a raging sea of high weirdness. For you see, not only was the ship made invisible to the naked eye, but it also produced an unexpected consequence, in that it teleported the Eldridge and its passengers straight out of the space-time continuum, and into the Void. Shortly thereafter, the ship reappeared a hundred miles away, in Norfolk, Virginia. It was then transported back again to the Philly Naval Yard where some crew members were terminally planted into the bulkhead of the ship. Those who survived the ordeal entered into a state of madness and terror, totally freaked-out by the events that had occurred. The Rainbow Project after its somewhat successful and equally ill-fated physical vanishing of the USS Eldridge continued on after the 1940's, conducting covert experiments under the shadowy umbrella of U.S. Government Black Ops. This all presumably culminated in 1983 at a decommissioned Air Force station at Montauk Point when a hole was literally ripped through the space-time continuum. The end result of this Rainbow/Montauk technology was the creation of an alternate reality vortex. The Montauk Project is also referred to as The Phoenix Project, but to avoid any further confusion, we'll refer to it from here on out exclusively as The Montauk Project.
The Rainbow Project which in recent times has become more popularly known as The Philadelphia Experiment has been the subject of both a book and movie of the same name. "The Philadelphia Experiment: Project Invisibility (http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/0449007464/ref=ase_conspiracyarc-20/104-8924776-1297547?v=glance&s=books)" was co-authored by Charles Berlitz and William "Bill" Moore, a somewhat curious figure in the annals of UFO research. Long story short, Moore was intimately involved in the fabled Paul Bennewitz affair, and has been dubbed by many in U-Fool-ology as a disinformation agent, not only in regards to the aforementioned case concerning Paul Bennewitz and the Dulce underground base, but as well for his role in "uncovering" the infamous MJ-12 documents. For those unfamiliar with these respective cases, a simple web search on either Paul Bennewitz or MJ-12 will no doubt turn up a wealth of information or disinformation, as the case may be. Such as it is, Mr. Moore's research into these areas should at least be taken with a grain of salt. It's the present author's opinion that disinformation scams (such as Alternative 3, MJ-12, etc.) have, more likely than not, been used to discredit serious research into such topics as mind control, hidden technologies, UFO's and covert Black Ops. What I'm suggesting is that there may be a certain amount of truth surrounding the Montauk case, but a means of obscuring and distorting truth can sometimes be accomplished by releasing spurious stories that do indeed contain within them a measure of truth, but are also so thoroughly littered with red herrings that sincere researchers are diverted off course, and the theory itself becomes so muddied with misinformation that it's hard to take it seriously at all, as such seems to be the case in regards to much of the Project Montauk mythos. But anyway, I'm getting ahead of myself
In regards to the producer of The Philadelphia Experiment movie, an even greater curiosity abounds. According to the official scribe for the Montauk investigation, Peter Moon, the actor Mark Hamill who played Luke Skywalker in the Star Wars Trilogy is the actual producer of the film, though he chooses to keep this fact hidden from the public. It has been hinted at by Moon that a gentleman named Mark Knight (aka Mark Hamill) was a childhood friend of Montauk experiencer Preston Nichols, and that Hamill was instrumental in securing work for Nichols as a sound engineer on The Empire Strikes Back. It should also be noted that Hamill's father was an officer with Naval Intelligence, an agency long rumored to be mired in mind control conspiracies and assorted covert operations, one of which was, allegedly, the Montauk Project. Furthermore, Moon contends that Mark Hamill worked at Montauk during its halcyon days of time travel shenanigans and mind control meddlings.
Curiouser and curiouser
For the average Jane and Joe whose ideas about alternate dimensions come directly from the rental of an occasional sci-fi flick The Philadelphia Experiment remains naught but a fictional flight of fancy, although researchers many of them Montauk alumni claim to have in their possession actual documents verifying the existence of the project! In fact, on the covers of many a Montauk book, it's boldly advertised that the book series, "Goes beyond science fiction." In other words, beyond the point of believability. What I do find refreshing, though, is that the likes of Preston Nichols, Al Bielek, et al, flatly state that they're not trying to prove anything in particular, but are simply presenting the facts as they perceive them, and it's up to the rest of us to derive some meaning from all this Montaukian madness. (Or write it all off as mere delusion or out and out disinformation.) In a sense, this is the same ontological approach of such pioneers of quantum physics and consciousness exploration as Robert Anton Wilson, who adopt a philosophy of perceiving reality as an ever-changing faade which we as humans must interpret, then translate to fit into our own particular reality tunnels or world views. Or failing that, take the approach that all life is indeed Maya, much like a Philip K. Dick novel where you never know from one instant to the next if the ground is going to fall out from under your feet. For those who have extensively studied the occult and/or taken trips down psychedelic highways and byways, it quickly becomes evident that physical reality is merely one way to skin an ontological cat, so to simply rule out the seemingly far-out assertions of Al Bielek and Preston Nichols is a little short sighted in this author's opinion, though on the same token I'd be leery of buying a used time machine from either one of these gentlemen.
Preston Nichols one of the key players in the Montauk story was an apparent unwitting participant in the project, who years after the fact discovered his actual involvement in matters Montaukian. Since that time he has been sharing his strange story through lectures, books and videos. For those unfamiliar with the man, Nichols cuts a quite memorable swath to say the least. One part Jabba the Hutt and the other part some sort of psychic super hero/electronic genius with an unnatural fondness for virile young men. (Not that there's anything wrong with that!) Nichols a veritable high-tech wizard has his own version of the Mystery Machine in the form of a retired and renovated school bus, or as he calls it, his "Montauk Investigation vehicle." Preston's bus is filled to the brim with all sorts of gadgets and gizmos he allegedly salvaged from the secret Montauk site. Not only has Nichols been instrumental in bringing the Montauk Project story to a mass audience, but he has also played a pivotal role in deprogramming several Montaukian mind controlled subjects, more commonly known as the Montauk Boys, a slew of young men with Aryan characteristics, who had been covertly recruited into the Montauk mind control project. The ulterior motive behind this phase of the project was to create a blond-haired, blue-eyed bloodline of future rulers of the earth, thus bringing forth The New World Order.
During their original programming, the Montauk Boys were entranced via some sort of MK-ULTRA/psychosexual programming. For those unfamiliar with MK-ULTRA, it was the CIA's covert mind control project. Started in 1953 under a program that was exempt from congressional oversight, MK-ULTRA agents and "spychiatrists" tested radiation, electric shock, microwaves, and electrode implants on unwitting subjects. Other intelligence agencies such as the NSA and Naval Intelligence were also involved in such covert experimentation, and it's quite likely that the Montauk Project was a continuation of same. It has also been documented that Nazi doctors covertly imported into the US after World War II were instrumental in the early years of the MK-ULTRA project, as much of the early research into mind control was conducted on concentration camp victims by the likes of Joseph Mengele, and other notorious Nazi doctors. Apparently, this legacy was continued in an underground facility at Montauk.
Back in the 1970's according to Peter Moon the Montauk group became interested in programming children. The story gets even wackier when gray aliens become part of the lore, reportedly kidnapping around fifty children and delivering them to Montauk for these experiments.
In regards to Preston Nichol's deprogramming of the Montauk Boys, this was supposedly accomplished by masturbating these young men in concert with radionics. The method behind this madness according to Preston Nichols and associates suggests that in order to deprogram the Montauk Boys, they first had to be taken into the same trance state in which they were originally programmed. Once there, Nichols would then be able to undo the previous programming by using similar mind control tactics, which included tantric message, and certain other unspecified "Reichian Techniques." Some would suggest that all of this Montaukian madness is simply a cover on the part of Preston Nichols for homo erotic perversions, though whether or not he was actually getting his jollies jerking off the Montauk Boys is purely a matter of speculation. Admittedly, I'm not all too familiar with "Reichian Therapy" except that it apparently falls in line with Dr. Wilhelm Reich's overall worldview that the basic fundamental energy pumping life into the cosmos is the sex drive, and that this energy is defined in Reichian terms as "Orgone Energy." Part of Reich's therapy (if I'm not mistaken) had to do with removing the layers of psychic armoring that turns large segments of humankind into a bunch of repressed and uptight, sexually dysfunctional tight-asses. It must be understood that the intent of Reich's various therapies was not so much to control minds, as it was to set them free, but apparently Montaukian mind controllers took certain elements of these "Reichian therapies" and used them in a manner that Reich had not originally intended.
For those not in the know, Wilhelm Reich was a one time student of Sigmund Freud, who went on to establish his own name in the fields of psychology, science and alternative heath. Father of the "Orgone Box", he was later persecuted by the FDA as some sort of sexually deviant quack. Many of his published materials were subsequently burned via Gestapo-like tactics by FDA officials, and because of his controversial research, Reich was unjustly imprisoned. A common perception of Reich supporters is that he was railroaded into prison as a means the government used to suppress his alternative health cures and controversial research into such subjects as UFO's. Shortly after his imprisonment in the late 50's, Reich died of a heart attack in jail, although he was not known previously to have had any heart problems. Some subscribe his premature death to a conspiracy. If such was the case, it evidently succeeded.
In regards to UFO's, Reich had some rather odd ideas. His perspective was that UFO's were not so much actual nuts and bolts craft, as they were some sort of spectral space critters; interdimensional amoeba undulating through the known universe for unknown reasons. And if I haven't already cluttered your head up enough with this deluge of diverse and possibly delusional info, Reich was also of the opinion that UFO's were powered by Orgone Energy, the aforementioned fundamental cosmic power source of the Universe. Seems that these Reichian perceived UFO-nauts had somehow tapped into the Orgone Energy grid of Earth, sucked up vast quantities of said substance, then spat out a form of exhaust that Reich referred to as Deadly Orgone (DOR). DOR Reich contended was quickly destroying the environment. In response, Reich developed what came to be known in the annals of "fringe science" as the "Cloudbuster", which was basically a space gun that could be aimed directly at UFO's and cause them to disappear. The Cloudbuster also had the power to purportedly seed clouds with rain. Many thought Reich completely off his rocker in regards to his UFO studies, although for some reason the U.S. Air Force was quite interested in his research. As those who get deep into the Montauk story know, Reich is another famous name that comes up often in these discussions, as it appears his research is quite instrumental to the unfolding Montauk mythos.
Perhaps the most important piece of apparatus in this whole jumbled mess was the legendary "Montauk Chair" upon which Duncan Cameron sat and radiated his psychic powers with the intent of creating artificial reality vortexes. The ultimate purpose of these experiments was to not only alter physical reality, but to alter as well the mental landscape of all humankind. The chair itself so states Preston Nichols was developed in the 1950's with "sensor technology" that could display a person's thoughts, and was in essence a mind-reading machine. This device operated on the principle of tuning into the electromagnetic fields of human beings and translating their ethereal or Orgone Energy into a tangible form, ala thought-into-matter. The object in question, which accomplished this daunting task, was the aforementioned "Chair." This is where Duncan Cameron would sit, his head blazing like a psychic furnace, and paint a mental landscape of the gods. It was in this regard that Duncan himself, it has been said, became likened unto a god. To make the legend even more abstruse, the Montauk bunch claims that beings from the Sirius star system are also tangled up in this convoluted tale. Apparently, the Sirians provided the basic design, and then Montauk scientists took those original blueprints and developed The Chair. The Chair, in turn, was hooked into a complex grid of computers and amplifiers. Eventually The Chair (which, in appearance, was not unlike a Lay- z- Boy lounger) was fine-tuned to the point where a person could visualize something and a 3D image of those thought-forms would appear on a computer monitor, and then could be printed out. But it's only when Duncan Cameron came into the picture that things really started getting carried away. In a deep psychic trance state, Cameron was able to visualize a solid object and actually make it appear from out of nowhere. This was accomplished via an amplifier that would transmit a matrix, and then build up enough power to materialize whatever Cameron mentally cooked up, under the direction of his Montauk handlers. As indicated, Cameron took part in these experiments in an altered state of consciousness. In this regard, agents of the CIA and/or NSA under the auspices of MK-ULTRA funded experiments had given Cameron special training. The emphasis of this programming focused on diverting the mind through sexual bliss. It was then that the "primitive mind" would surface, as the individual in this case, Mr. Duncan Cameron would be transferred into an "orgasmic trance" state. His primitive mind now at the disposal of nefarious Montauk operatives would then become extremely suggestible, and therefore controllable. In time through the use of The Chair it was eventually discovered that Cameron had the power to bend time, thus creating vortexes, or time portals, not unlike the concept from the old TV series, Time Tunnel. In fact, those who have actually traveled through this time portal have described it like a spiral, such as that found in the aforementioned television series. Anyway, when Cameron would envision certain alternate realities in past and future time, the vortex could then be copied to the hard drive of Montauk computers. These experiments eventually led to a project with the express purpose of opening a time door to the USS Eldridge in 1943. All of this high-tech time travel tinkering is what allegedly sucked such players as Duncan Cameron and Al Bielek into the Montauk vortex. Bielek, for instance in another incarnation as Duncan Cameron's brother, Edward was a member of the crew on board the USS Eldridge, and because of his involvement with the Montauk Project has been jettisoned willy-nilly back and forth in time repeatedly, in the process leaving one's body behind and assuming another. But once again we're getting ahead of ourselves or behind ourselves, depending on where you are currently residing in the space-time continuum
Montauk Project participants (one of whom was Preston Nichols, although Nichols himself wasn't aware of this until after the fact because he'd been mind-controlled in such a Montaukian manner that he was actually living on two separate time tracks!) were given the directive on August 5th, 1983 to turn on the transmitter and let run it non-stop. At first, nothing out of the ordinary happened. Then, on August 12th, the equipment apparently dropped into synch with the USS Eldridge, which suddenly appeared on the other end of the time portal. It was at this juncture, that the Duncan Cameron from 1943 (who was an earlier incarnation of the present day Duncan Cameron) appeared in the time portal along with his brother, who in present day earth is non-other than Al Bielek. (Confused yet???) It seems that the past tense Duncan and Edward had tried to sabotage the Philadelphia Experiment by shutting down the equipment aboard the Eldridge, but found this to be an impossible task as it was all linked through time to the generator at Montauk. (Don't ask me to explain that one, either!) Determining that it was unsafe to remain aboard the ship, they decided to jump overboard to free themselves from the electromagnetic field surrounding it. Upon so doing, the Brother's Cameron were pulled through a time tunnel and on to dry ground, materializing at Montauk on August 12th, 1983! If you've been able to follow this thread thus far, I applaud you, as this whole story is naught but an endless maze that transports us back and forth through time, out of one crazy portal and into another. Like I said before: a true-to-life PKD novel, that may or may not have actually happened in one dimension or another. When the Cameron brothers arrived in 1983, they were then recruited into The Montauk Project, and subsequently used in various time travel missions by Montauk operatives. As stated before, Duncan and Edward Cameron have now assumed new bodies. Duncan Cameron still goes by the same name, but Edward Cameron is now known as Al Bielek. But don't worry yourself trying to remember all these details, as I doubt this will ever be a question on Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?
Preston Nichols aware of the fact that if the future Duncan Cameron on one end of the time portal saw the past Duncan on the other side of the portal, this would lead to some sort of time paradox/reality shift with decidedly disastrous results hatched a plan with some of his Montauk colleagues to sabotage the whole bleeping project. Of course, without the covert participation of Duncan Cameron, this whole daring plot would've never come off and we'd all probably be living in an alternative reality right now and not even know it! Whatever the case, somehow they managed to convince Duncan Cameron that the Montauk Project was coming undone, and that his help would be crucial in righting the ship that had gone astray, namely the USS Eldridge. This plan was put into effect when on dramatic cue one of the Montauk renegades walked up to Duncan in The Chair and whispered: "The time is now." At that precise moment, Duncan let loose a monster from his subconscious that took form and put a big wallop on the entire Montauk Project operation, bringing it to a sudden and cataclysmic end. The monstrosity in question was a big, hulking beast, "hairy, hungry, and nasty", to quote the inimitable Preston Nichols, no master of understatement. In The Montauk Project: Experiments in Time, Preston Nichols goes on to say that "after the bizarre occurrences of August 12, 1983, the Montauk base was virtually emptied. The power was restored, but lights were left off with everything in disarray. Most of the personnel were eventually rounded up, debriefed and brainwashed accordinglyafter the events of August 12th, the Montauk Air Force Base was abandoned. By the end of the year, there was no knowledge of anyone being on the base."
During the course of all this before the Montauk time portal closed Duncan, who by now had traveled back and forth in time on numerous occasions, returned to the Montauk of 1983, while his brother Edward remained in 1943. (Now, I don't quite follow all of this myself, but let's not worry too much about the details at the moment, or we'll all go mad!) At this point, it was discovered that Duncan's body was dying, and that he was rapidly aging due to his involvement in all these Montaukian time travel shenanigans. Somehow, Montauk scientists were able to copy Duncan Cameron's "electromagnetic signature" and transfer it to a new body. To make this operation a reality, Duncan Cameron, Sr. a mysterious figure himself in the lore of Montauk and Naval Intelligence was contacted by high Montauk mucky-mucks, who traveled back in time and persuaded the elder Cameron to sire a son. It was this child, Duncan Cameron Jr., who was imprinted with the "electromagnetic signature" of the dying Duncan Cameron from the future. So, in this case, the question begs to be asked: Who came first, the chicken or the egg? The Duncan Cameron body swap is just one more in a long line of time travel conundrums that litter the pages of the Montauk book series, and sets the reader's head a-swimming through a maze of reality shifts and time travel mind-trips. In regards to Al Bielek's body swap, Bielek states that age regression techniques were used to place Edward Cameron (that's who Al Bielek was in his previous existence) into a body in the Bielek Family. (For those of you keeping score at home, you might as well give up, 'cause it all gets even kookier from here)
Recently, I heard Bielek on the Coast To Coast radio program with Mike Siegel, speaking his oft repeated Montaukian mantra about how he'd been Edward Cameron in a previous life upon the USS Eldridge, as well as the standard version of the Philadelphia Experiment story as presented in the books of Nichols and Moon. During this program, a caller to the show stated that he as well has been a crew member aboard the Eldridge during the Philadelphia Experiment time period. The caller in question stated that he didn't remember doodley squat regarding Bielek's astounding claims that the USS Eldridge had been blasted straight out of the space-time continuum and into hyperspace. In response, Bielek didn't really address the matter, but if he had the argument no doubt presented would have been to the effect that this call-in crew member had probably been brain-washed, and that his memories of the Philadelphia Experiment wiped clean by Montauk operatives, which seems to be the party line espoused by the likes of Bielek, Nichols, et al. when someone comes forth testifying to have been on the Eldridge during the Philadelphia Experiment, and that nothing out of the ordinary had happened.
Another convenient argument offered up by Montauk experiencer Glenn Pruitt is that the reason the Montauk Project is so difficult to prove, is because it all transpired in an alternate dimension, which many observers could construe as a cop-out, because how the hell are you gonna prove an alternate dimension????? Of course, proving all these far-flung assertions is like wrestling one's way out of a Chinese finger trap: the more you struggle to make sense of this miasma of muddled mysticism and myriad madness, the more lost you become in a Montaukian maze.
But as much as the Montauk Mythos seems naught to many observers but a pile of happy horseshit, it continues to attract serious researchers and spiritual searchers into its endless stream of mysteries. As Montaukian Investigator/Experiencer Chica Bruce related to me: "What I've come away with is that everything is true and that nothing is true Any story (not just about Montauk - EVERY story) is ultimately irrelevant and useless to me outside of what it can teach me about Creation and the empowerment of humans via insights about how reality works. To this end, the study of the wacky world of Montauk has been extremely useful

It is cosmically humorous to me that a story so full of seemingly deranged allegations does contain many valuable, penetrating truths about consciousness and the nature of reality. The Montauk mythos is repugnant to current consensus world-views and it puts off mentalities that are fundamentally invested in conforming with the hegemony.
Those who feel a need to bash the Montauk story are failing to understand what it is really about and are revealing their unflagging allegiance to certain stodgy mind patterns and core beliefs
A reoccurring claim of Montauk experiencers is that advanced mind control experimentation has been perpetrated not only upon themselves, but also the local townspeople of Long Island, New Jersey, upstate New York and Connecticut, beamed from the infamous transmitter tower at Montauk. This is what is more commonly known as the art and science of psychotronics, and specifically as regards the Montauk Project the transmission of UHF/microwave energy through the atmosphere, ostensibly bombarding the beleaguered brains of unwitting subjects, not to mention various and sundry indigenous animals domestic and wild that have been reported going berserk upon occasion and running amok through the town of Montauk.
One of the Montauk Project psychotronic subjects in question was none other than super-psychic Duncan Cameron. By using psychotronics in concert with Duncan's surreal psychic abilities, Montauk scientists were somehow able to intensify his powers vis--vis the creation of alternate reality vortexes, if you follow my drift. (Yes, this all gets quite convoluted, and takes an enormous suspension of belief if we are to take seriously even a small portion of the mighty Montauk mythos...) This psychotronic experimentation consisted of operating the Montauk transmitter at different pulse widths, different pulse rates, and varying frequencies. The ultimate goal behind all of these fantastic fiddlings was to see how brain waves could be changed and entrained, whether it be controlling a super psychic like Duncan Cameron to create the aforementioned alternate reality vortexes used as time travel portals, or the ability to generate transmissions that could change people's moods, and cause agitation. What we're describing here could be classified as non-lethal weaponry, though I've heard disturbing reports from my colleagues in the mind control research community that microwave transmissions of a certain frequency could potentially boil someone's brain into oblivion, which certainly qualifies as something quite "lethal", as opposed to "non." The ultimate goal of all this bad craziness is total control of the human species, which apparently is what the Montauk Project was all about. Other uses for these microwave-boosted transmissions include the ability to focus on a car and stop all electrical functioning. This, of course, is the same effect commonly reported in UFO sightings and attributed to alien craft. Once again this illustrates how high tech black ops can be used to replicate a so-called alien encounter. As Dr. Michael Persinger has demonstrated, certain frequencies approximate the alien abduction phenomenon in the brains of human beings. So perhaps the entire Montauk Project is exactly that: an MK-ULTRA mindfuck designed to mess with the mass mind of humanity to see how far it can push the general populace towards complete and utter lunacy. It has also been suggested that certain forms of electromagnetic waves can affect weather patterns from great distances. This could explain the strange summer snows that have visited the town of Montauk in past years.
One of the most visible critics exposing the use of covert technologies of this type is Col. Tom Beardon. A former military intelligence officer, Beardon at one time published Specula, a magazine devoted to "psychotronics" and "bio-energetics." In the mid 80's, Bill Jenkins hosted a radio program on A.M. KFI in Los Angeles, which on a weekly basis dealt with subjects of the paranormal. The first time I tuned into Jenkin's show his guest was none other than Col. Beardon, who spoke of a mysterious "woodpecker" signal, which during that era had become quite the hot topic among ham operators around the world. The so-called "woodpecker" signal could be replicated by tapping a pencil on a table between eight and fourteen times each second. Beardon claimed this signal emanated from the Soviet Union which had been traced to an alleged "Tesla Generator" in the cities of Riga and Gomel, and that the "woodpecker" signal was responsible for weather modification wars covertly waged upon an unsuspecting United States citizenry by the wily and unscrupulous Russians. These manipulations of U.S. weather patterns created a drought in the western states, which in turn caused severe effects on farming and the economy in 1976, the same year the infamous "woodpecker" signal was first discovered.
It has been suggested that weather modification and mind control is the driving force behind the mysterious Project HAARP, which likewise is said to have originated from the brilliant mind of Nikola Tesla. This also falls in line with certain Montaukian mythologies, as The Montauk Project has been allegedly involved to a certain extent in weather modification using technology similar to both the HAARP Project, as well as Wilhelm Reich's "Cloudbuster." Tesla, so states the Montauk crowd, was the main man behind the first phase of The Philadelphia Project, but later bowed out of the experiment when he witnessed its deleterious side effects, and the direction the overall project was heading. Tesla also claimed contact with aliens, and that they were responsible for passing on certain knowledge that helped with his inventions, much in the same fashion as Montauk scientists supposedly received guidance form extraterrestrials concerning "The Chair."
One apparent goal of the Montauk Project was to send military operatives back in time to alter historical events, allowing the Montauk Group to hold the future hostage; to manipulate it for their own nefarious means, thus manipulating reality. (Chica Bruce refers to these exploits as "high tech Black Magic.") This notion has been seconded by Montauk experiencer Stewart Swerdlow, who after attending a Preston Nichols lecture some years ago experienced the sudden resurfacing of suppressed memories regarding the Montauk Project. Among other wild and woolly claims, Swerdlow says he was sent through the Montauk time portal packin' a pistol, on a mission to blow Jesus Christ to Kingdom Come. But when Jesus materialized in old town Jerusalem and came sauntering down the steps of the temple all beatific and such Swerdlow got cold feet and opted not to pull the trigger. (Perhaps the thought of burning in Hell for all eternity had something to do with his decision!) Later, Swerdlow was sent back in time again, and on the next occasion encountered Christ on the cross. On this occasion, Swerdlow was charged with the mission of extracting vials of holy blood from the crucified Messiah and, in the course of events, was apparently successful in this endeavor. The whole motivation behind this madcap Montaukian scheme was to clone the holy blood of Christ and then shoot psychic superstar Duncan Cameron up with it. Then according to the Montauk Project game plan the medical community would test Cameron's blood against the DNA residue on the Shroud of Turin, which would unanimously confirm the revelation of Christ's Second Coming. As a result of this psychic vampirism, humanity would then fall to its knees and worship this pseudo Christ, Duncan Cameron, the second only begotten Son of God! The ulterior motive behind all these blasphemies was to create the actual anti-Christ, thus ushering in a New World Order. (Now, why anyone would want to do that is beyond me!)
To mystify this subject even more, Peter Moon believes there is a strong occult connection to The Montauk Project, mainly in the form of Aleister Crowley, who Moon suggests was manipulating reality way back in the early part of the 20th century, traveling backwards and forwards in time "through a purely magical basis." The apparent reason Crowley was able to so freely time travel was due to the fact that he wasn't locked into any dimension or illusion of reality. A master of many mystical disciplines and secret schools, Moon believes that Crowley was able through his Will-To-Power to jettison himself literally through time and space, and into other dimensions, which is a really cool thing, if you think about it. But also, one must possess a very strong and disciplined intellect to be able to subject oneself to such paradigm shifting adventures without going stark, raving bonkers. Perhaps Aleister Crowley was just the man to fit the bill. Or perhaps it's all a crock of horse water
During the summer of 1918, Crowley took a "magical retirement" to Montauk Point, the specifics of which remain obscured to this day, although Peter Moon suspects that his visit there was related to the future freaky developments associated with the Montauk Project. In Montauk Revisited: Adventures in Synchronicity, Moon alludes to the possibility that Uncle Al may have been "creating worm holes from the physical realm to other realities and back again", and that the "bizarre manipulations at Montauk and in Philadelphia could have been elaborate physical deployments at the behest of simply one very powerful magician." In the opinion of one Montauk insider, Crowley is seen as a "wild joker who was romping around and having a good time without regard to how it might affect us." Moon recognizes this joker archetype as "The Fool" from the Tarot deck and comments that: "This is the wild creative impulse that started the whole universe. It is the force that creates will-nilly, on whim and without regard to consequences" Crowley mentions in his Magical Diaries that he picked up an odd colony of blisters during his stay on Montauk, and that they remained with him for five years. Whether these were attributable to some strange paranormal Montaukian event is unknown.
A former (and possibly practicing) Scientologist, Peter Moon makes no bones about the vital influence he feels L. Ron Hubbard had upon these multifarious Montaukian mysteries. As noted in part one of this series, Hubbard was intimately involved with Crowleyan protg Jack Parsons in a magical endeavor called The Babalon Working. According to those partial to a Montaukian worldview, Parsons with help of Hubbard and Parson's wife, Marjorie Cameron succeeded in creating a fissure in the space time continuum, which was quite similar to the type of vortex associated with The Philadelphia Experiment: a doorway into another dimension. After the Babalon Working, UFO sightings began to be reported en masse, as if a Devil's Floodgate had been opened, and into the earth realm flew powers and demons from beyond, much like an H.P. Lovecraft tale , unleashed on an unsuspecting human populace.
In his Montaukian scenario, Peter Moon portrays Hubbard as a White Knight in a realm of high-tech black magicians; one of the "good guys" engaged in psychic warfare with malevolent mind controllers and rascally reality manipulators. Hubbard, it has been conjectured, was an agent of Naval Intelligence, and later claimed that he had infiltrated Parson's O.T.O. group on behalf of the government in order to break it up. Eventually, Hubbard would apparently have a falling out with his friends in high places, and in fact found himself at war with both the CIA and IRS. Much of his disharmony with these various governmental bodies had to do with L. Ron's objection to MK-ULTRA agents bent on warping the minds of humanity. Or, at least, that's the picture Peter Moon paints within the pages of the Montauk books.
Part of L.Ron Hubbard's ontology revolved around the assertion that inhabitants of Earth (that's you and me) were formerly space aliens some million billion years ago and that we are working out our complex karma here on terra firma until eventually we can arrive at that much-sought-after state of "Clear", which is likened unto "Cosmic Consciousness" in the parlance of the New Age crowd. From all appearances, certain aspects of The Montauk Project mythos seems to be a continuance of Hubbard's psychotronic space opera.
Furthermore, Moon suggests that there exists a certain bloodline connected to the Cameron namesake, of which Hubbard is an apparent member. Among other members of this bloodline are as would be expected super psychic Duncan Cameron, and his immediate family. Add to this list Jack Parson's wife, Marjorie Cameron, as well as such evil mind control geniuses as Dr. Ewen Cameron of MK-ULTRA infamy, and what we have is a genetic-Cameron-code inherently adept at such practices as magick and interdimensional travel. Moon indicates that there's an ongoing battle of good and evil taking place within the Cameron bloodline, pitting the likes or a Ewen Cameron against an L. Ron Hubbard. Hubbard, it should be noted, was the only public figure to condemn the activities of Ewen Cameron during the late 60's, when Cameron was active on the MK-ULTRA front, prescribing such treatments as "psychic driving" for his "patients."
Apparently, bloodlines such of these play a major role in what's going on behind the Montauk Project scenes, not only in regards to the Cameron connection but as well with the aforementioned Montauk Boys, who were allegedly selected for experimentation due to their unique genetic qualities.

http://www.conspiracyarchive.com/UFOs/UFO_Ritual_Magic.htm

Jan Klimkowski
11-18-2009, 09:03 PM
Adam Gorightly is a good and insightful researcher. His book on the Manson events - The Shadow over Santa Susana: black magic, mind control and the 'Manson Family' mythos - is one of the very best.

The article above contains a lot of thoughtful, if inevitably speculative, interpretation of alternative history.

The entire Montauk episode is also explored at much greater length by Joseph P Farrell in Secrets of the Unified Field: The Philadelphia Experiment, The Nazi Bell, and the Discarded Theory.

Chris - is there any mention of Tory leader David Cameron in the Gorightly article?

Chris Bowen
11-19-2009, 12:40 AM
Jan ( hello by the way ! )

not specifically no although I doubt he has blipped on AG's radar screen to any extent - but then not that long ago he hadn't on anybody's - he is the classic figure who has "risen without trace" & yet strangely - as many political commentators keep saying - "the media" seem to have decided that they want DC as the next prime minister & seem intent on giving him as smooth a ride into power as possible & cutting off the admittedly hopeless Brown at every turn - the defection of Murdoch to the Tories is only the most recent & notable example.
This is largely put down to the fact that "the media" are rather like 5 yr olds who crave novelty & were simply somehow bored of the party that has been in power for 12 years & want some new things to write about - this may be a wholly too benign interpretation


a couple of choice snippets here :

CAMERON, said to be have been nicknamed Puff at Eton because of his yoyo-ing weight, is the son of a stockbroker with aristocracy on his mothers side. His elder brother is a QC who has represented Jonathan Aitken and Jeffrey Archer. His wife is even grander, the stepdaughter of Viscount Astor.

The would-be prime minister may even have had royal help in the early years. Robin Harris, head of research at Conservative Central Office when Margaret Thatcher was prime minister, said Cameron was originally turned away. He applied to the research department, but there were no spaces. Then we received a call from a royal equerry wanting to know why he had not been hired.

http://rigorousintuition.ca/board/viewtopic.php?t=10678&postdays=0&postorder=asc&highlight=david+cameron&start=0

Jan Klimkowski
11-19-2009, 06:11 PM
The would-be prime minister may even have had royal help in the early years. Robin Harris, head of research at Conservative Central Office when Margaret Thatcher was prime minister, said Cameron was originally turned away. He applied to the research department, but there were no spaces. Then we received a call from a royal equerry wanting to know why he had not been hired.

Samantha Cameron is British royalty through comminglings, in the Blackadder sense. Her original family home was Buckingham Palace, when it was effectively a royal brothel.

Her Wiki entry identifies her genes as follows:


Born as Samantha Gwendoline Sheffield, she is the eldest daughter of Sir Reginald Adrian Berkeley Sheffield, 8th Baronet, a landowner and three times a descendant from King Charles II of England, by his first marriage to Annabel Lucy Veronica Jones. Samantha's parents divorced after five years of marriage. Her mother remarried, to William Astor, 4th Viscount Astor, a Minister in John Major's government, and is now styled as Viscountess Astor.

Sheffield grew up on the 300-acre (1.2 km2) estate of Normanby Hall, five miles (8 km) north of Scunthorpe in North Lincolnshire. Her family also owns a large Yorkshire estate called Sutton Park. She went to the private School of St Helen and St Katharine in Abingdon, Oxfordshire and then took her A levels at Marlborough College in Wiltshire. She did an art foundation at Camberwell College of Arts and then went on to study Fine Art at the University of the West of England. It was while she was a student there that she met David Cameron through her acquaintance with his sister, Clare Cameron.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Samantha_Cameron

However, the more relevant line, in terms of family wealth and privilege, is as follows:


The Sheffield Baronetcy, of Normanby in the County of Lincoln, is a title in the Baronetage of Great Britain. It was created on 1 March 1755 for Charles Herbert Sheffield, the illegitimate son of John Sheffield, 1st Duke of Buckingham and Normanby. On the death of his half brother , the 2nd Duke, in 1735, he inherited the family estates including Buckingham House which was sold to George III in 1762 and Normanby Hall which latter remained the family seat until 1963. Thereafter the seat was Sutton Park, York.

The fifth Baronet served as High Sheriff of Lincolnshire in 1872. The sixth Baronet sat as Conservative Member of Parliament for Brigg.

Samantha Cameron is the daughter of the eighth Baronet.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sheffield_Baronets

The family home was Buckingham House. Since it was situated at the end of the Mall, it was in the logically striking position for the London palace of the British royal family, when royalty's official London home was the much less prominently placed St James Palace.

George III screwed Baronet Sheffield out of the right to Buckingham House, through some legal subterfuge involving lease durations etc, and granted the Sheffields land in Yorkshire as recompense.

Buckingham House became Buckingham Palace.

Sir Charles Herbert Sheffield, 1st Baronet, who proposed to Princess Anne and married the daughter of the King's mistress, and his successors down to the present day, have done rather well by the arrangement. And perhaps that royal favour still grants influence.

Jan Klimkowski
11-19-2009, 06:26 PM
Intriguingly, this means Samantha Cameron has both Stuart royal blood and Hanoverian/House of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha (aka Windsor) royal blood flowing through her veins.

Helen Reyes
11-19-2009, 09:23 PM
Any data on the bloodlines of "native" Canadian writer Anne Cameron?

I found the Montauk etc material interesting but had several problems with it.



that there exists a certain bloodline connected to the Cameron namesake, of which Hubbard is an apparent member.

Is he a Cameron? I know he was adopted. I think La Fayette Ronald Hubbard comes from a deWolfe family.


Ritual Magic, Mind Control and the UFO Phenomenon

- By Adam Gorightly (gorightly@hotmail.com)
Part 1

UFOs encompass a wide range of phenomenon and cannot be categorized simply in terms of little gray skinned buggers from Zeta-Reticuli shoving probes up human rectums (Ouch!).

The supressed and perhaps anal-retentive classicist in me rebels at the notion that the plural of rectum is anything other than recta, but that can't be right. Moving on....


(Apparently, Hubbard split with Parsons wife and a large part of his fortune.)

It was Parsons's girlfriend, Marjorie Cameron. Hubbard was the only one who was married at the time.


Connecting all this high weirdness up even tighter is conspiracy researcher John Judge, who in an interview on KPFK radio, Los Angeles on August 12, 1989 dubbed "Unidentified Fascist Observatories" stated that Kenneth Arnold and Jack Parsons were flying partners, though I have as yet, been unable to find additional corroboration to support his claim.

This was the same show in which Bill Cooper as guest babbled on about Greer shooting Kennedy and how Lars C. Hansson was a CIA agent who gave him a special copy of Zapruder. In fact Cooper got his copy of Hansson's unfinished documentary Dallas Revisted (http://www.mindcontrolforums.com/hambone/hansson.html)from John Lear, Iran/Contra pilot and intel agent assigned to UFO conventions. Jack Parsons wasn't a pilot, from what I've read. Hubbard had some experience "barnstorming" and played it up for aviation magazines to which he contributed stories.


Another interesting "UFO" parallel to note is that Parsons and Hubbard's "visionary experience" with these alien-like entities transpired in the California desert, which during the late 40's and 50's was a hotbed for flying saucer activity. It was in this setting that such famous "Contactees" as George Adamski and George Hunt Williamson invoked their own brand of cosmic messengers transported by saucers, cigar-shaped vessels and the like, often originating from nearby Venus, or other seemingly uninhabitable planets in our solar system.

True, but the area was known from pre-Columbian times as a hotbed of unidentified object phenomena. The cultic followers who assembled at Giant Rock did follow the flap of '47, but the nature of the contactees' contact differed markedly, from Adamski's personal direct conversations with Venusians to things best described as spiritism or spirit mediumship.


In "Unidentified Fascist Observatories", John Judge asserts that Adamski was an asset of the CIA, who in his lecture tours throughout the 50's and 60's dispersed disinfo on behalf of the Company.

A common enough accusation in UFOlogy. Did Judge have any evidence?


Of note in this regard is Robert Temple's The Sirius Mystery, published in 1977, which documents the history of the Dogon tribe in Africa, and their fabled meetings with the Nommo, a race of three-eyed, crab-clawed beings from Sirius.

There has been some serious scholarly discussion which challenges the veracity of a lot of the facts and the assertions in this book. As I recall, the book came out after Leonard Nimoy's television series In Search Of addressed the very same issues, ca. 1974.


It was these intergalactic emissaries as Dogon legends record that passed onto the tribe as far back as 3200 B.C. various astronomical data, among which that Sirius has a companion star invisible to the naked eye.

Researchers found hard evidence the tribe had been visited by European astronomers shortly before this 'ancient myth" was recorded by other visitors.


In addition to this knowledge regarding Sirius B, such as the fact that Jupiter has four moons; Saturn has a ring around it; and that the planets in our solar system orbit around the sun. All of these facts, of course, were later confirmed by science.

Last I checked, Jupiter has more than 4 moons.


Moons of Jupiter
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Jupiter and its four largest moons

Jupiter has 63 confirmed moons, giving it the largest retinue of moons with "reasonably secure" orbits of any planet in the Solar System...

So much for ancient revelations from 3200 BCE, or off-hand comments by astronomers ca. 1923.


At that time, he says, these three-eyed-crab-clawed creatures appeared in their mighty space ships from the stars, bestowing unto humankind vast secrets; revealing mysteries and esoteric knowledge passed on to initiates in various secret societies in Egypt, the Near East, and Greece.

This is important for one reason only: it coincides with Dick's vision, see more on that below.



In his treatise, Temple further notes that the entire Egyptian calendar revolved around the movements of Sirius, and that the calendar year began with the "dog days" when Sirius started to rise behind the Sun. According to Phillip Vandenburg in The Curse of the Pharaoh: "An archaeologist named Duncan MacNaughton discovered in 1932 that the long dark tunnels in the Great Pyramid of Cheops function as telescopes, making the stars visible even in the daytime. The Great Pyramid is oriented, according to MacNaughton, to give a view, from the King's Chamber, of the area of the southern sky in which Sirius moves throughout the year."

This is totally possible. there is an ancient Greek mathematician or astronomer whose name escapes me right now who did notice that stars could be seen from inside a deep well in Egypt during the day.


The famous emblem of the all-seeing eye seen hovering above the unfinished pyramid is a depiction of the Eye of Sirius, and is a common motif found throughout Masonic lore. It is no secret that many of our nation's founding fathers were Freemasons...

It was delivered as the Seal of the United States by a Mysterious Stranger. It also figures in an episode of Twilight Zone or Outer Limits as an alien invasionary force's emblem. It's also the symbol of Trilateral Commission.


In 1974, Science fiction writer Phillip K. Dick had some sort of "mystical experience" which at first he attributed to psychotronic transmissions," as he called them, commenced on March 20, 1974, showering him with endless reams and streams of visual and audio data.

Yes, his first theory was that they were a sort of localized microwave packet radio transmission in bursts beamed specifically at him from a satellite.


Initially, this overpowering onslaught of messages that Dick received was extremely unpleasant and, as he termed them, "die messages."

These weren't psychotronic, they were received on his radio set.


A description of this event in a fictionalized form appears in A Scanner, Darkly. The content of this phosphene activity was in the form of modern abstract graphics followed by Soviet Music serenading his head, in addition to Russian names and words appearing there, as well. Dick's original theory was that Russian mind control agents were targeting him with these transmissions.

They appear in raw form in VALIS. He says the images were Kandinsky paintings. He toyed with the idea it was Russians following an attack ealrier of paranoia in which he connected certain dots regarding Stanislaw Lem, the Polish SF master, and an Estonian critic and translator named Roogna's fan letter with an interview given to a French periodical on the decadence of the West and his novel Ubik to mean he was being targetted by the KGB for recruitment and/or tested by the CIA for his loyalty. He did what any red-blooded American patriot would do, he wrote a letter to the FBI turning in his fan, colleague aand French journalists as part of a Russian conspiracy, and threw in Thomas Disch for good measure, claiming Disch had included subliminal propaganda in his novel Camp Concentration. The FBI decided he was nuts.


At the outset, Dick felt the emanations invading his mind were of a malevolent nature, although in time he began to believe they were something entirely different. In a letter to Ira Einhorn dated February 10, 1978, Dick went into more depth on those psychotronic transmissions, claiming that they "seemed sentient". He felt that an alien life form existing in some upper layer of the Earth's atmosphere had been attracted by the Soviet psychotronic transmissions. Apparently, this alien life form operated as a "station", tapping into some sort of interplanetary communication grid that, "...contained and transmitted vast amounts of information."

Ira Einhorn the murderous fugitive. Yes, Dick had an idea they were connected with the ancient idea of the elohim, feminine plural, spirits of the upper air. One of the visions included a an intergalactic sentient teletype machine, the best metaphor in 1974 for an interstellar internet with AI abilities.


Phil Dick felt Zebra was totally benign, and it held great contempt for the Soviets and their psychotronic experiments. Furthermore, Zebra informed Dick that the Earth was dying, and that spray-cans were "...destroying the layer of atmosphere in which Zebra...existed.

Obvious reference to CFCs killing off the elohim. Ubik was also a spray can. Later Dick wrote a letter to the San Francisco SF fanzine Niekas edited by Ed Meskys (who was a personal friend of Dick's even before he went blind) recounting a vision of the Second Coming, Third Dispensation or Maitreya, a guy named Tagore on Sri Lanka whose body was physically crippled due to ecological destruction of the Earth. See my most recent post in Borderlands/Alchemy topic for more on the ecological aims of certain self-proclaimed aliens.


Prior to the publication of VALIS, Dick had never made any mention of Sirius in connection with the events that so drastically impacted his life. However, in his classic work, Dick renamed Zebra to VALIS (Vast Active Living Intelligence System) and identified it as a product of Sirius star system, identifying it's operators as three-eyed crab-clawed beings.

He didn't directly attrribute VALIS to Sirius. He recounted a vision of three-eyed aliens with pincer claws and Soviet technicians, and in his Exegesis part of which is included in VALIS he mentioned Nommo, the Dogon myths, and that Rudolph of Bohemia sought to make contact with the aliens from Sirius. He might've mentioned Sirius in Radio Free Albemuth although I doubt it. VALIS is the fourth book in Dick's final Divine "trilogy" along with Radio Free (published in France as Valissystem A), The Divine Invasion, and The Transmigration of Timothy Archer. the last book being far and away the best and most readable.


During this period 1973-74 noted author Robert Anton Wilson was having his own experiences with "Et denizens" which at the time he thought were "telepathic communications from Sirius" as recounted in his mind-blowing book, Cosmic Trigger. Although Wilson and Dick knew one another and Wilson was aware that he had had some sort of transcendental experience in March of 1974 Dick never mentioned Sirius in any of their conversations, or anything in reference to being contacted by "aliens". It wasn't until many years later when he read VALIS that Wilson became aware of this revelation. It should also be noted that in the late 60's/early 70's Robert Anton Wilson traveled down some of the same paths as Aleister Crowley, dabbling in ritual magic and psychedelic adventurism as a means of opening certain doors of perception, perhaps the very same ones that created a portal of entry for "Lam".

Robert Anton Wilson was more closely connected with Timothy Leary and Esalan back then, see Leary's Starseed Transmissions.


It's hard to tell how much of this was cross-pollination; be it intentional or a subconscious filtration process that leaked in and out of a few cracked brains fixated on the Dog Star.

Not really. Dick obviously imagined his three-eyed aliens after reading Sirius Connection. Doris Lessing is harder to pin down. RA Wilson was at ground zero for the MKULTRA conspiracy whose outlines I tried to sketch in the Borderlands/Alchemy post The Great Game, Vril-ya and Theosophy.


As chronicled in Walter Bowarts Operation Mind Control, in the late 70s Congressman Charlie Rose (D-N.C) met with a Canadian inventor who had developed a helmet that simulated alternate states of consciousness and realities, much like the VR eyegear-unit postulated in the movie Brainstorm.

Videodrome was filmed in Toronto.


Strieber was also, prior to his visitor experience, a member of the Gurdjieff Foundation, a self-transformational organization dedicated to a system of techniques devised by the famed mystic G.I. Gurdjieff.

Another Russian player in spiritual side of the Great Game in Afghanistan.



Back in the 1970's according to Peter Moon the Montauk group became interested in programming children. The story gets even wackier when gray aliens become part of the lore, reportedly kidnapping around fifty children and delivering them to Montauk for these experiments.

Montauk seems like a red herring, but Puharich had his lab burnt down by an MKULTRA kid who felt the "aliens were bothering" him too much.



Perhaps the most important piece of apparatus in this whole jumbled mess was the legendary "Montauk Chair" upon which Duncan Cameron sat and radiated his psychic powers with the intent of creating artificial reality vortexes.

My suppressed inner Roman orator screams "vortices!"


In the mid 80's, Bill Jenkins hosted a radio program on A.M. KFI in Los Angeles, which on a weekly basis dealt with subjects of the paranormal. The first time I tuned into Jenkin's show his guest was none other than Col. Beardon, who spoke of a mysterious "woodpecker" signal, which during that era had become quite the hot topic among ham operators around the world. The so-called "woodpecker" signal could be replicated by tapping a pencil on a table between eight and fourteen times each second. Beardon claimed this signal emanated from the Soviet Union which had been traced to an alleged "Tesla Generator" in the cities of Riga and Gomel, and that the "woodpecker" signal was responsible for weather modification wars covertly waged upon an unsuspecting United States citizenry by the wily and unscrupulous Russians.

My information is that Russian Woodpecker did emanate from a large radar array near Riga, subsequently dismantled around 1994, but that it wasn't MK, it was over-the-horizon radar and long-range telecommunications for subs.


Among other wild and woolly claims, Swerdlow says he was sent through the Montauk time portal packin' a pistol, on a mission to blow Jesus Christ to Kingdom Come. But when Jesus materialized in old town Jerusalem and came sauntering down the steps of the temple all beatific and such Swerdlow got cold feet and opted not to pull the trigger. ... Later, Swerdlow was sent back in time again, and on the next occasion encountered Christ on the cross.

Genetically similar to Bill Cooper's assertion the aliens showed US government officials a film of Jesus's crucifixion.



During the summer of 1918, Crowley took a "magical retirement" to Montauk Point, the specifics of which remain obscured to this day, although Peter Moon suspects that his visit there was related to the future freaky developments associated with the Montauk Project.

Crowley wrote extensively of his travels in America. I doubt the sleepy holiday resort of Montauk was suppressed. Either nothing happened there, or Crowley did write about it.

Also, Osiris wasn't crucified, he was hacked to bits and the bits scattered to the four corners of the earth.

RA Wilson is very right to question why Reich was persecuted and what he had that was so important to hide. As for Tesla, he did report receiving alien radio signals early on, but they disappeared as soon as radio was "invented" by Marconi sometime later and the aetheric bandwidth was crowded with Morse messages regarding the potato harvest in Topeka :) afaik Tesla never claimed aliens gave him any inventions, he always blamed his own accursed inner vision.

As I understood it, David Cameron the supposed future British PM is not averse to courting the BNP and assorted Nazis and neos in Europe, but being unable to contact the three-eyed Sirians, is probably as doomed as Gordon Brown.

http://www.archive.org/download/HollywoodStarPlayhouse/HSP_52-09-07_ep120-The_Tenth_Planet.mp3

Jan Klimkowski
02-21-2010, 10:31 PM
The interest in this article is not in the deliberately deceptive lead headline about the removal of "officials' barbs" about JoePublic:


MoD doctored officials' barbs about the public in UFO files

Memo reveals UFO files were edited for references to military technology, relations with other countries and insulting remarks about the public

Press Association guardian.co.uk

The Ministry of Defence had to blank out "uncomplimentary comments" made by officials about members of the public before publishing its UFO files, a newly released document shows.

Following a deluge of requests under the Freedom of Information Act 2000, the MoD agreed to disclose its full archive of reported sightings of unexplained sights in the skies.

But a previously secret memo reveals that the files had to be edited for references to military technology, relations with other countries and insulting remarks about the public written by defence officials and police.

The document, now posted on the MoD's website, also shows that officials feared publishing only part of the information would "fuel accusations of a 'cover-up'".

Thousands of pages from the department's UFO files have been released through the National Archives since 2008, revealing details of hundreds of reports of strange flying objects and encounters with aliens.

The newly released memo to ministers and defence chiefs, dated September 2007, discusses how to handle making the information public.

It notes: "The majority of the files are of low security classification, but include references to air defence matters, defence technology, relations with foreign powers and occasional uncomplimentary comments by staff or police officers about members of the public, which will need to be withheld in accordance with FoI principles."

The document continues: "The MoD is aware of no clear evidence to prove or disprove the existence of aliens, and consequently the files are considerably less exciting than the 'industry' surrounding the UFO phenomena would like to believe."

Dealing with all the FoI requests for information about UFOs was becoming "increasingly costly and time-consuming" by 2007, with the Directorate of Air Staff (DAS) receiving 199 applications in 2005 alone, the memo shows.

Officials realised they would be forced to release virtually all the MoD files within a few years, and decided it would be better to do this in a "structured" way.

The document pours cold water on conspiracy theories suggesting that the government was heavily involved in investigating aliens. "Contrary to what many members of the public may believe, MoD has no interest in the subject of extraterrestrial life forms visiting the UK, only in ensuring the integrity and security of UK airspace," it says.

The MoD was tasked with recording sightings of UFOs from the end of the second world war until it shut down its special investigation unit on 1 December last year.

After the unit was closed, defence staff were told to tell the public to stop making UFO reports in an order sent to all British military establishments.

"Stations that are contacted by members of the public are advised not to encourage them to report a UFO sighting or to expect an investigation to take place," the newly published order reads.

UFO expert David Clarke, who obtained the memo and the order following FoI applications, was instrumental in getting the full files released.

He said: "What appears to have happened is that they had to make the move because of all the pressure they were getting from people making FoI requests. It must have been costing them a fortune.

"The transfer of the files to the National Archives and the decision to close the desk itself seem to be linked. They were clearly pleased to be shot of it."

The fifth instalment of the MoD's UFO files was released last week, revealing reports of a large triangular UFO hovering in the skies above the home of the former home secretary Michael Howard near Folkestone, Kent, in March 1997.

Clarke, a lecturer in journalism at Sheffield Hallam University, said two-thirds of the archive or about 120 files remained to be made public.

http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2010/feb/21/ufo-papers-doctored

The interest lies precisely here:


a previously secret memo reveals that the files had to be edited for references to military technology

David Guyatt
02-22-2010, 09:20 AM
The interest lies precisely here:


a previously secret memo reveals that the files had to be edited for references to military technology

Indeed.

Ed Jewett
02-23-2010, 04:48 AM
I'm all in favor, David Guyatt (btw, got those books -- I'll report back in 2011.) There's lots of 'material' to choose from out there (pardon the pun), and a lot of interest in the topic, especially every time Hollywood calls forth some new blockbuster movie. As with any similar topic, the credibility is up for judgment.

Maybe someone has tweaked Drake's Equation. [ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Drake_equation ]

And as I have nothing in particular to offer up to the conversation or exploration, I'll just read, for the most part. I will, however, report in if possible when I have made a sighting (particularly with clear photo documentation), or if one invites me to dinner, just as long as I am not the dinner.

I think we should make it a rule at Deep Politics Forum, with stair-step overlap, that:

for close encounters of the fifth kind, the entity should immediately be offered a free membership at Deep Politics Forum;

for close encounters of the sixth kind, a post at DPF must be made ASAP;

for close encounters of the seventh kind, reports of same must be brought to the immediate attention of all DPF founders so that they may double-check the legitimacy of all members.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Close_encounter

Magda Hassan
02-23-2010, 11:55 PM
...

I think we should make it a rule at Deep Politics Forum, with stair-step overlap, that:

for close encounters of the fifth kind, the entity should immediately be offered a free membership at Deep Politics Forum;

for close encounters of the sixth kind, a post at DPF must be made ASAP;

for close encounters of the seventh kind, reports of same must be brought to the immediate attention of all DPF founders so that they may double-check the legitimacy of all members.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Close_encounter

:hahaha:
Alien entities are most welcome at the DPF as long as they agree to abide by the forum rules which apply to all members both great and small. If they don't .... :damnmate:

Austin Kelley
02-24-2010, 12:31 AM
Alien entities are most welcome at the DPF as long as they agree to abide by the forum rules which apply to all members both great and small. If they don't .... :damnmate:

This may help prepare us for that moment in which they do attempt contact:

Top Secret Government Alien UFO Invasion Film (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fv041-dAnqs)

Magda Hassan
02-24-2010, 12:37 AM
Alien entities are most welcome at the DPF as long as they agree to abide by the forum rules which apply to all members both great and small. If they don't .... :damnmate:

This may help prepare us for that moment in which they do attempt contact:

Top Secret Government Alien UFO Invasion Film (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fv041-dAnqs)

:congrats:Oh, that's hilarious Austin! A L. Ron Hubbard production by any chance?

Austin Kelley
02-24-2010, 12:53 AM
:congrats:Oh, that's hilarious Austin! A L. Ron Hubbard production by any chance?

No, though experimental film maker Craig Baldwin did recently release a fabulous full-length send up of all things Scientological.

Here's a clip:

Mock Up On Mu (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=grbscpyrWgg)

David Guyatt
02-24-2010, 12:00 PM
Alien entities are most welcome at the DPF as long as they agree to abide by the forum rules which apply to all members both great and small. If they don't .... :damnmate:

This may help prepare us for that moment in which they do attempt contact:

Top Secret Government Alien UFO Invasion Film (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fv041-dAnqs)

One film the Monty Python team would have been proud to make. Fabulous.:laugh::laugh::laugh:

Ed Jewett
03-04-2010, 02:14 AM
Offered without comment or opinion, but loaded with things to explore:

http://www.keyholepublishing.com/

This is the "about" text:

Richard Dolan was born in Brooklyn, New York, studied at Alfred University and Oxford University, was a finalist for a Rhodes scholarship, and completed his graduate work in history at the University of Rochester. Prior to his interest in UFOs, Dolan studied U.S. Cold War strategy, Soviet history and culture, and international diplomacy.

In 2000, he published UFOs and the National Security State: An Unclassified History, 1941-1973 (republished in 2002 with the subtitle Chronology of a Cover-Up, 1941-1973). This 500-page history provides clear detail on the major UFO cases of the early Cold War era, the attitudes and policies toward UFOs by the military and intelligence community, and the fascinating development of the citizen movements to end UFO secrecy.



In 2009, Richard completed Volume Two of his historical study, subtitled The Cover-Up Exposed, 1973-1991, and is now at work on the final volume of his historical trilogy.



Richard has also published articles and spoken at conferences around the world. Among his main themes are the destruction of our political liberties as a result of the UFO cover-up. He has also speculated on the possible nature of the non-humans themselves and what their presence here means for our civilization. This has led him to take a fresh approach to the topic of Exopolitics and to develop unique insights into the practical challenges and opportunities for a true disclosure of the UFO phenomenon.



Richard has done a great deal of television work, having appeared on many documentaries for the History Channel, Sci Fi Channel, BBC, and elsewhere. In 2006 he was host to a six-episode series for the Sci Fi Channel, called SciFi Investigates.

David Guyatt
03-04-2010, 10:15 AM
Richard... has also speculated on the possible nature of the non-humans themselves and what their presence here means for our civilization.

Yes, there are a lot of non-humans running our world these days.

Let's hope the psychosis heals itself before irreparable damage is done.

Fred Steeves
02-18-2016, 02:26 PM
If Crowley's Master Lam originated from the realms of the "Qlippoth" -- that is to say the "Tunnels of Set" then we are, indeed, dealing with something very unpleasant.

Yes David, most unpleasant indeed.



As spooky as it is, it can barely be denied that there are clear connections between a variety of curious subjects including mind control technology, UFOs, advanced Nazi weapons, Nazi occult practices of the Himmler/Thule Gesellschaft variety, L Ron Hubbard, the US and Nazi Rocket Programme (Crowleyite Jack Parsons et al), the Priory of Sion, the Nephilim (Watchers), the Merovignian bloodline, the Tunnels of Set a.k.a., the Tree of Death, the SS and the Scwarze Sonne -- also the "Black Sun" of alchemical literature and, of course, Jung's various discourses on the personal and Collective Shadow and the assassination of JFK. To mention just some key ones.

So far as I'm concerned, the subject matter you raised here is both the most important out there to investigate *and come to terms with*, yet by far the most difficult to discuss and/or describe. Quite the uncomfortable dichotomy... While as usual due diligence in research is vital, that alone can only take one so far IMO. It's ubiquitous, but in the end either you can see it, or you can't.

Reminds me of the beginning of the old t.v. show Kung Fu describing Kwai Chang Caine: "Looked for he cannot be seen, listened for he cannot be heard, felt for he cannot be touched".

Any further thoughts or observations on this since 2010?

David Guyatt
02-19-2016, 07:50 AM
Hi Fred,

Well, I'm more certain than ever that the UFO subject - and that of the surrounding philosophy too - is intricately related to the Nazis. I have zero doubt that what were reported as UFO's in the skies back in the heyday of the 1950's and 1960's sprung from the US development of Nazi technology. And that the whole aliens are visiting us was a US military psyop designed to befuddle the public about the technological aspect of said Nazi advanced aircraft.

In the last couple of years a book was published listing some (but by no means all of the names) of the Right Club, a British organisation membered by royalty, aristocrats and other members of the British "upper" class during the middle last 1930's. I bought and read that and was shocked to see the name of Brinsley le Poer Trench, who I knew very well during my youth as a UFO researcher. A number of Brinsley's books were to do with the philosophical side of the subject and it is evident now that much of this sprang from Nazi interest in those subjects.

And when we look at some of the US players in the subject, like Guy Bannister, that Jan mentioned in the first page of this thread, we see again these Nazi type connections.

Fred Steeves
02-20-2016, 12:48 PM
Well, I'm more certain than ever that the UFO subject - and that of the surrounding philosophy too - is intricately related to the Nazis. I have zero doubt that what were reported as UFO's in the skies back in the heyday of the 1950's and 1960's sprung from the US development of Nazi technology. And that the whole aliens are visiting us was a US military psyop designed to befuddle the public about the technological aspect of said Nazi advanced aircraft.

I'm about as certain of that as I can be as well. But that psy op sure seems to have other purposes well beyond befuddling the public doesn't it, with the alien meme becoming the new religion. Hell, I wouldn't mind going to an annual MUFON conference just to sit back and observe the who's who, and carryings on.


And when we look at some of the US players in the subject, like Guy Bannister, that Jan mentioned in the first page of this thread, we see again these Nazi type connections.

Sure enough, it's almost as if one were to toss a stick in the air, chances are it would land on some sort of weird Nazi connection.

What captures my interest most these days is the overall source of all these dark orders, the Order where beings like Crowley's "Lam" spring forth from. People such as Jack Parsons, to this day, know quite well what they are dealing with in their rituals of invocation. It does indeed look as if we are sailing into a new Aeon, and historically "the gods" are most interested in the direction they take.

David Guyatt
02-20-2016, 01:47 PM
Well, I'm more certain than ever that the UFO subject - and that of the surrounding philosophy too - is intricately related to the Nazis. I have zero doubt that what were reported as UFO's in the skies back in the heyday of the 1950's and 1960's sprung from the US development of Nazi technology. And that the whole aliens are visiting us was a US military psyop designed to befuddle the public about the technological aspect of said Nazi advanced aircraft.

I'm about as certain of that as I can be as well. But that psy op sure seems to have other purposes well beyond befuddling the public doesn't it, with the alien meme becoming the new religion. Hell, I wouldn't mind going to an annual MUFON conference just to sit back and observe the who's who, and carryings on.

I'm inclined to agree. But the technology also had a deeply occult level associated with it also and the whole 'aliens are with us' perspective directly connects to that Nazi occult tradition.



And when we look at some of the US players in the subject, like Guy Bannister, that Jan mentioned in the first page of this thread, we see again these Nazi type connections.

Sure enough, it's almost as if one were to toss a stick in the air, chances are it would land on some sort of weird Nazi connection.

What captures my interest most these days is the overall source of all these dark orders, the Order where beings like Crowley's "Lam" spring forth from. People such as Jack Parsons, to this day, know quite well what they are dealing with in their rituals of invocation. It does indeed look as if we are sailing into a new Aeon, and historically "the gods" are most interested in the direction they take.[/quote]

Yes, the so called "purple zone" if Crowley is to be believed. My understanding is that this is the dark side of the Tree of Life of Cabalistic tradition. Crowley was a Cabalist, as was Parsons and the others associated with this and their rituals are, of course, also Cabalistically focused.

Tracy Riddle
02-20-2016, 03:33 PM
The UFO phenomenon is much older than the Nazis. Declassified government documents prove the national security state's interest and concern about the subject, and how UFOs out-perform US military jets. They've remotely shut down US nuclear missile silos. Read Leslie Kean's recent book 'UFOs: Generals, Pilots, and Government Officials Go on the Record.' If you've actually studied the phenomenon, and not just the politics behind some of the people involved, it is much more complicated than either "Nazi technology" or "alien spacecraft."

Magda Hassan
02-20-2016, 11:59 PM
They've remotely shut down US nuclear missile silos.

They come in peace.

::beammeup::::peaceflag::;;hippie::

Tracy Riddle
02-23-2016, 03:03 PM
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DaJ0Xj1SqN8

Drew Phipps
02-23-2016, 08:36 PM
Life Magazine in their 2016 re-issue of "Strange But True" contains this picture:

https://deeppoliticsforum.com/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=8094&stc=1

Captioned: "A luminescent object hovered for 15 minutes near the Holloman Air Development Center in New Mexico on Oct. 16, 1957, and was photographed by a government employee."

Their final word (p. 41): "[UFO's are] a phenomenon. It may be fake. It may be something else entirely. But it is definitely a phenomenon, and it has been for a long, long time."

Claire Luce must be turning over in her grave.

R.K. Locke
02-26-2016, 09:29 PM
I'm posting this video in two different threads because it is relevant to both:


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rpkiEgXGiq8&feature=youtu.be&t=1h11m42s


The discussion of UFOs begins at 1:17:15

Fred Steeves
02-28-2016, 02:52 PM
What captures my interest most these days is the overall source of all these dark orders, the Order where beings like Crowley's "Lam" spring forth from. People such as Jack Parsons, to this day, know quite well what they are dealing with in their rituals of invocation. It does indeed look as if we are sailing into a new Aeon, and historically "the gods" are most interested in the direction they take.



Yes, the so called "purple zone" if Crowley is to be believed. My understanding is that this is the dark side of the Tree of Life of Cabalistic tradition. Crowley was a Cabalist, as was Parsons and the others associated with this and their rituals are, of course, also Cabalistically focused.

I've gotten back to looking at Crowley and associates closer than ever as of late David, but can't seem to find anything on a "purple zone". Where might I find something on that?

Mark A. O'Blazney
02-28-2016, 05:14 PM
You might first look at 'The Nature of the Klipot'. Just a suggestion.

David Guyatt
02-29-2016, 09:03 AM
You might first look at 'The Nature of the Klipot'. Just a suggestion.

Yes, it's the Qliphoth, known as the shells of the dark or shadow side of the Tree of Life of the Qabalah. The Purple Zone/Tunnels of Set are accessed through the 11th sphere or Sephirah known as Belial (Daath on the positive Tree of Life). Actually, I think Kenneth Grant called it the Mauve Zone. The theory is that communication of alien knowledge can occur in this realm. It is certainly not an area of research I would recommend. Grant was a student of Crowley btw.

On another subject, I happened on the following perusing Dave Emory's Spitfirelist.com:



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SS Offi*cer Werner von Braun and Ger*man staff officers
http://spitfirelist.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/01/Spaceships-of-Ezekiel.jpg (http://spitfirelist.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/01/Spaceships-of-Ezekiel.jpg)COMMENT: For*mer Air Force Sergeant Robert Vinson–an eye*wit*ness to an Oswald dou*ble fly*ing out of Dal*las on 11/22/1963–was posted to Site 51 (“Area 51″) out*side of Las Vegas.
While at the base, he learned of saucer-shaped air*craft being flown by the CIA at the base.
For more ont the sub*ject of so-called UFO’s, see FTR #‘s 66 (http://spitfirelist.com/for-the-record/ftr-66-the-truth-about-so-called-ufos/), 67 (http://spitfirelist.com/for-the-record/ftr-67-ufos-and-the-alien-contact-deception/), 68 (http://spitfirelist.com/for-the-record/ftr-68-the-aliens-are-still-not-among-us/), 167 (http://spitfirelist.com/for-the-record/ftr-167-no-the-aliens-still-arent-among-us/), 178 (http://spitfirelist.com/for-the-record/ftr-178-thats-right-the-aliens-are-still-not-among-us/), 588 (http://spitfirelist.com/for-the-record/ftr-588-the-aliens-are-coming-the-aliens-are-comin%e2%80%94not/), 639 (http://spitfirelist.com/for-the-record/ftr-639-the-aliens-are-coming-the-aliens-are-coming-not-part-ii/), 873 (http://spitfirelist.com/for-the-record/ftr-873-the-new-age-fascism-and-the-atlantis-myth/), 874 (http://spitfirelist.com/for-the-record/ftr-874-update-on-fascism-and-the-new-age/), as well as L-1 (http://spitfirelist.com/lecture-series/l-1-the-political-implications-of-the-ufo-phenomenon-and-the-et-myth/) and L-2 (http://spitfirelist.com/lecture-series/l-2-the-future-technology-theocracy-and-the-thousand-year-reich/).
The devel*op*ment of so-called “fly*ing saucers” may well have evolved from Project Paper*clip and the incor*po*ra*tion of Third Reich rocket and avi*a*tion spe*cial*ists, as well as advanced tech*nol*ogy, into the U.S. national secu*rity establishment.
JFK and the Unspeak*able: Why He Died and Why It Mat*ters (http://www.amazon.com/JFK-Unspeakable-Why-Died-Matters/dp/1439193886)by James W. Dou*glass; Touch*stone Books [SC]; Copy*right 2008 by James W. Dou*glas; ISBN 978–1-4391–9388-4; p. 301 (http://www.amazon.com/JFK-Unspeakable-Why-Died-Matters/dp/1439193886).

. . . . On his new assign*ment, Vin*son would soon learn that the CIA’s projects out of Site 51 included exper*i*men*tal air*craft shaped like saucers. The same was true at the CIA’s other base at Roswell, New Mex*ico, where the C-54 car*ry*ing the sec*ond Oswald had landed. Both Site 51 and Roswell were home to “fly*ing saucers” that peo*ple saw peri*od*i*cally in the area. They in fact came not from outer space but from the CIA, which encour*aged the fly*ing saucer reports as a con*ve*nient cover story for U.S. exper*i*men*tal aircraft. . . .


DISCUSSION3 COMMENTS FOR “CIA FLYING SAUCERS AT AREA 51”



http://www.theguardian.com/world/2013/oct/29/declassified-area-51-soviet-aircraft-cold-war
This arti*cle from The Guardian (UK) states:
“The US gov*ern*ment “secretly acquired” Soviet air*craft dur*ing the Cold War and tested them at Area 51, accord*ing to doc*u*ments released Tues*day that shed light on the once-classified and long spec*u*lated base deep in the Nevada desert.
The CIA in August con*firmed the exis*tence of Area 51 when it released declas*si*fied doc*u*ments through a Free*dom of Infor*ma*tion Act request by George Wash*ing*ton University’s National Secu*rity Archive. The ini*tial doc*u*ments show that Area 51 was used to test the US government’s aer*ial programs.”

POSTED BY ANONYMOUS | FEBRUARY 7, 2016, 9:03 PM (http://spitfirelist.com/news/cia-flying-saucers-at-area-51/#comment-99440)


For a seri*ous research, here is a link to an FBI declas*si*fied file:
https://vault.fbi.gov/hottel_guy/Guy%20Hottel%20Part%201%20of%201/view
1. Click on the right col*umn “Unex*plained phe*nom*e*non“
2. Then click on the left col*umn either
“UFO” or “Project Blue*book UFO”.
Below is a link to a heav*ily redacted file of Werner VonBraun’s secu*rity inves*ti*ga*tion. The fact that it is still heav*ily redacted is sus*pi*cious in an of itself:
https://vault.fbi.gov/Wernher%20VonBraun

POSTED BY ANONYMOUS | FEBRUARY 7, 2016, 9:26 PM (http://spitfirelist.com/news/cia-flying-saucers-at-area-51/#comment-99441)


@Anonymous–
I STRONGLY sus*pect that the tech*nolo*gies tested and deployed at Area 51 and Roswell are Third-Reich tech*nolo*gies, not “Soviet”–the stan*dard catch-phrase for much of a century’s worth of lies.
Best,
Dave

POSTED BY DAVE EMORY | FEBRUARY 8, 2016, 7:48 PM (http://spitfirelist.com/news/cia-flying-saucers-at-area-51/#comment-99446)

Fred Steeves
02-29-2016, 12:50 PM
You might first look at 'The Nature of the Klipot'. Just a suggestion.

Thank you Mark. Interesting I discovered just that while Googling around, and was going through it when I noticed these couple of replies. I'm catching up quick!



Yes, it's the Qliphoth, known as the shells of the dark or shadow side of the Tree of Life of the Qabalah. The Purple Zone/Tunnels of Set are accessed through the 11th sphere or Sephirah known as Belial (Daath on the positive Tree of Life).

Great, and thanks to you also David. I'll be looking into that. Looks like I really need to get me a copy of the Qabalah, and a fresh highlighter.


Actually, I think Kenneth Grant called it the Mauve Zone. The theory is that communication of alien knowledge can occur in this realm.

I discovered and was reading up on him just yesterday, apparently he's the one who introduced alien type stuff into Crowley's work in the first place.



It is certainly not an area of research I would recommend.

Believe me I understand 100% why you say that, and the heads up is much appreciated. Really...


On the alien thing at large. I don't think we are looking at an either/or between "the aliens" were nothing but the U.S. testing Nazi technology and other mind control themes, and real bonafide ET's. My personal opinion is that we are looking at a very (purposely) messy mixture of both, because from everything I've seen the u.f.o. field is muddied with so much disinfo and flat out bullshit (ie MJ-12 and the Ebens from Zeta Reticuli), that it takes the shrewdest of shrewd investigators indeed to separate the wheat from the chaff. Alas I make no such claims to be in that category, maybe one day. :)

David Guyatt
02-29-2016, 02:06 PM
My view is that any deep study into the alien theme of UFO's will very quickly devolve into the occult sphere. I think Peter Levenda's Sinister Forces trilogy is useful in this respect. Ditto Jacques Vallee's Passport to Magonia etc.


https://deeppoliticsforum.com/forums/showthread.php?26-UFOS-the-serious-new-deep-political-research-topic/page9#.VtRQXMdsyRs

Fred Steeves
02-29-2016, 10:39 PM
My view is that any deep study into the alien theme of UFO's will very quickly devolve into the occult sphere.


I'll see that, and raise you one. I contend that virtually every subject discussed at Deep Politics, and other similar forums, resolves quickly to hazy occult realms upon any serious minded investigation. That's my experience anyway, that's the nature of the reality we find ourselves in.

Curiouser and curiouser cried Alice.

David Guyatt
03-01-2016, 08:28 AM
My view is that any deep study into the alien theme of UFO's will very quickly devolve into the occult sphere.


I'll see that, and raise you one. I contend that virtually every subject discussed at Deep Politics, and other similar forums, resolves quickly to hazy occult realms upon any serious minded investigation. That's my experience anyway, that's the nature of the reality we find ourselves in.

Curiouser and curiouser cried Alice.

Yes, an awful lot of the subjects do have that connection, I agree.

R.K. Locke
03-01-2016, 07:20 PM
My view is that any deep study into the alien theme of UFO's will very quickly devolve into the occult sphere.


I'll see that, and raise you one. I contend that virtually every subject discussed at Deep Politics, and other similar forums, resolves quickly to hazy occult realms upon any serious minded investigation. That's my experience anyway, that's the nature of the reality we find ourselves in.

Curiouser and curiouser cried Alice.

Yes, an awful lot of the subjects do have that connection, I agree.


I agree also.

But how to make sense of it all?

David Guyatt
03-02-2016, 08:37 AM
Well, that is the question isn't it - making sense of it all.

My ten cents worth:

Historically, the occult has usually been the preserve of the well-to-do and the elite because usually they had the time, money and education available to pursue the subject (the liberal arts versus the servile arts). Also because if we go back further in time occult knowledge was often reserved for kings and pharaohs etc.

This was demonstrated in the Youtube interview with Peter Levenda when he spoke about those who participated in "The Nine" with Andrija Puharich that was the subject of Lynn Picknett's and Clive Prince's book The Stargate Conspiracy. In that book the nine were described as The Council of Nine that were said by Levenda (in above interview) to be situated in a massive UFO orbiting the Earth communicating to us poor, backward folk. And those involved in the channelling of The Nine were leading members of the US elite/establishment families of the time.

But if we go back further in time, the number nine is significant because this was the number of the Ennead, the nine deities of ancient Egypt; Atum, Shu, Tefnut, Geb, Nut, Osiris, Isis, Set and Nephtys. And I very much doubt that were orbiting the Earth in a UFO.

And any serious study of the occult always involves the gods of ancient Egypt. Always.

Another way - a more modern way - of understanding these forces/intelligences was presented by Carl Jung in his Archetypes (from Wiki).


In Jungian psychology (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Analytical_psychology), archetypes (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Archetype) are highly developed elements of the collective unconscious (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Collective_unconscious). Being unconscious, the existence of archetypes can only be deduced indirectly by examining behavior, images, art, myths, religions, or dreams. Carl Jung (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carl_Jung) understood archetypes as universal, archaic patterns and images that derive from the collective unconscious and are the psychic counterpart of instinct (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Instinct).[1] (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jungian_archetypes#cite_note-FeistFeist-1) They are inherited potentials which are actualized when they enter consciousness as images or manifest in behavior on interaction with the outside world.[2] (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jungian_archetypes#cite_note-Stevens_2006-2) They are autonomous and hidden forms which are transformed once they enter consciousness and are given particular expression by individuals and their cultures.

So for me, the bottom line, is that we cannot escape these massively powerful forces. They flow through us daily, shaping us and our lives. Most of us cannot perceive an Archetype moving though ourselves; we imagine it is just an aspect of us - which they are and conversely they aren't... they are autonomous - and so we take ownership accordingly.

The art is to make conscious that which is unconscious; to make scrutable the inscrutable.

And that which is hidden is, of course, by definition always occult.

In the last analysis we are the occult and there is no escape from that fact. And therefore, a study of the occult is the study of ourselves.

Lastly, what Jung did was take an awful lot of the hocus-pocus out of the subject. Prior to that the occult was the preserve of the few and it was protected by a bodyguard of impenetrable misdirection - often for sound reasons, but just as often for personal power, control and self esteem. In the Levenda interview he rightly says that anyone wishing to study the occult seriously should spend a few years in psychological analysis prior to embarking on that journey because it is vital to work out any kinks in yourself, as otherwise the forces released in occult studies can be devastating (like Levenda I've seen it happen). The shadow confrontation should, I think, be the minimum requirement for serious study. On the other hand a good occult school caters to this in the curricula - albeit in a slower more indirect way.

As I say, my ten cents worth....

David Guyatt
03-02-2016, 08:44 AM
An Essay on Man: Epistle II
BY ALEXANDER POPE (http://www.poetryfoundation.org/bio/alexander-pope)I.
Know then thyself, presume not God to scan;
The proper study of mankind is man.
Plac'd on this isthmus of a middle state,
A being darkly wise, and rudely great:
With too much knowledge for the sceptic side,
With too much weakness for the stoic's pride,
He hangs between; in doubt to act, or rest;
In doubt to deem himself a god, or beast;
In doubt his mind or body to prefer;
Born but to die, and reas'ning but to err;
Alike in ignorance, his reason such,
Whether he thinks too little, or too much:
Chaos of thought and passion, all confus'd;
Still by himself abus'd, or disabus'd;
Created half to rise, and half to fall;
Great lord of all things, yet a prey to all;
Sole judge of truth, in endless error hurl'd:
The glory, jest, and riddle of the world!

David Guyatt
03-03-2016, 11:53 AM
Slightly off topic to the recent posts to this thread that are also slightly off topic, but to be honest some of the better threads have tendency to slither on the slope this way.

Speaking of the Nine and the members of the elite who involved themselves with a medium in a trance channelling The Nine - no one, apparently, has ever considered the psychological or other dispositions of the medium, G D Vinod (and I failed to mention that the number none is dearest of all to Masons).

However, moving along in a similar vein the below is Bill (kiss-me-quick) Clinton speaking of his wife channeling Eleanor Roosevelt. Yeah, these people really are into all this stuff. Go to 0:50


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jvIQrYe0Iz4

Fred Steeves
03-03-2016, 01:26 PM
My view is that any deep study into the alien theme of UFO's will very quickly devolve into the occult sphere.


I'll see that, and raise you one. I contend that virtually every subject discussed at Deep Politics, and other similar forums, resolves quickly to hazy occult realms upon any serious minded investigation. That's my experience anyway, that's the nature of the reality we find ourselves in.

Curiouser and curiouser cried Alice.

Yes, an awful lot of the subjects do have that connection, I agree.

I agree also.

But how to make sense of it all?

Well now that's the million dollar question isn't it?



The art is to make conscious that which is unconscious; to make scrutable the inscrutable.

And that which is hidden is, of course, by definition always occult.

In the last analysis we are the occult and there is no escape from that fact. And therefore, a study of the occult is the study of ourselves.

Bingo, enter the Chapel Perilous.


In the Levenda interview he rightly says that anyone wishing to study the occult seriously should spend a few years in psychological analysis prior to embarking on that journey because it is vital to work out any kinks in yourself, as otherwise the forces released in occult studies can be devastating (like Levenda I've seen it happen).

I've seen it too, that ain't no joke. Very serious business here. IMO there's also a very positive and empowering aspect in play here, but one must first make it through the gauntlet with sanity intact to reap the benefits. No small task.

This could take lifetimes to figure out, but how do you eat the elephant? One bite at a time. One thing I *do* know for sure, it's doable.

This thread has indeed strayed off the beaten path, but not so much as it may appear. We could easily flow right back to the ufo thing in one or two sentences, lots of simultaneous moving parts here.

R.K. Locke
03-04-2016, 07:07 PM
Slightly off topic to the recent posts to this thread that are also slightly off topic, but to be honest some of the better threads have tendency to slither on the slope this way.

Speaking of the Nine and the members of the elite who involved themselves with a medium in a trance channelling The Nine - no one, apparently, has ever considered the psychological or other dispositions of the medium, G D Vinod (and I failed to mention that the number none is dearest of all to Masons).

However, moving along in a similar vein the below is Bill (kiss-me-quick) Clinton speaking of his wife channeling Eleanor Roosevelt. Yeah, these people really are into all this stuff. Go to 0:50


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jvIQrYe0Iz4



Hillary's campaign manager is, of course, John Podesta...

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Podesta#Recent_years

https://www.corbettreport.com/how-to-fake-an-alien-invasion-video/



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EP3eaKw29AU

David Guyatt
03-05-2016, 08:56 AM
No sooner had Fred said that we could be back to the subject UFO's in one or two sentences when Hey Presto! there we are with Podesta.

Moving along this serpent path then:

And now for something not at all ciompletely different.

I read Dennis Wheatley when I was a teenager and was fascinated. Then about 20 years ago I bought half a dozen of his books again at a Church jumble sale (honest) and began reading them again. What a terrible writer and pompous arse he was. But I suppose of his time. The below I have hijacked from Sir Herbert Tooth's FB this morning.

Occult Mi6: Dennis Wheatley (https://espionagehistoryarchive.com/2016/03/05/occult-mi6-dennis-wheatley/)

I'm a bit surprised the author of the article did not dig that little bit deeper that we have covered before at DPF, namely the Elizabethan origin of British intelligence in the form of Dr. John Dee, spymaster for Elizabeth 1, and lifetime student of alchemy, divination and hermetic magic and originator of the signature 007 - which are said to represent his two eyes - exclusively for the Queen (For Your Eyes Only) - covered by an elongated number 7 (sometimes said to be a square root sign). The number 7 is, as stated elsewhere a number sacred to Knights Templars.

https://deeppoliticsforum.com/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=8132&stc=1

Below is a painting of Dee and beside him is Christopher Lee playing the role of Duc de Richleau in Wheatley's The Devil Rides Out

https://deeppoliticsforum.com/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=8130&stc=1 https://deeppoliticsforum.com/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=8131&stc=1

Below is the old logo of MI5, the Eye in the Triangle (next to it) and well...money:

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Not least, I suppose, is the curiosity that included in British Army Intelligence Corp bases is the street name "Templar Way", which you can see using a satellite map for "Chicksands", home of BAIC (here (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/RAF_Chicksands)), which used to be headquartered at Templar Barracks in Ashford, Kent - former home of the Joint Services School of Intelligence (here (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joint_Services_School_of_Intelligence)). And another Bond actor, Roger Moore, who used to play the role of Simon Templar in the British TV series, The Saint written by Leslie Charteris:

https://deeppoliticsforum.com/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=8136&stc=1

I remember meeting my son for lunch in the City several years ago. He choose a wine bard in Clerkenwell, and after lunch we walked past St. John's Gate, home of the Knights of St. John (Knights Hospitallers) sister Order of the Knights Templar. And in case I seem to be rambling, I am actually heading somewhere with this, albeit very vaguely, because having insisted to my son that we duck inside the John Knights museum to nose around, we then wandered back to his office and on the way passed a cafe called "The Saint" which had the Saint TV series logo as part of its sign - a strange fact that has always struck me as being somehow relevant.

Oh well, it's time for my appointment with the men in white coats... ::cuckoo::

https://deeppoliticsforum.com/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=8138&stc=1
The Saint TV series

https://deeppoliticsforum.com/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=8137&stc=1
St. John's Gate

One of the antagonists of Duc de Richleau in the Devil Rides Out was Mocata. Those wishing to follow this exceedingly thin trail can read further HERE. (http://theinfounderground.com/smf/index.php?topic=14856.0) Trust me it will lead you once again back to the Knights Templar.

R.K. Locke
03-05-2016, 09:53 PM
Interesting stuff, David. Thanks. I will look into this some more.

By sheer coincidence, Jay Dyer has just posted this at 21st Century Wire:

http://21stcenturywire.com/2016/03/03/the-devil-rides-out-1968-a-cultic-crossroads-of-satanic-spies/


CULTIC CROSSROADS, SATANIC SPIES: The Devil Rides Out (1968)

March 3, 2016 By Jay Dyer

Jay Dyer
21st Century Wire


Spies Lie and Nazis Fly. There seems to be no shortage of connections between British Intelligence writers and the occult, and while I’ve examined a good deal of Ian Fleming, one of the more overtly occultic writers we haven’t looked at is Dennis Wheatley.

Wheatley was the son of a winemaking family who caused some stir early in his college days for creating his own campus “secret society.” Following his expulsion for this incident, Wheatley joined the military, fighting in World War I as a Royal Artillery Lieutenant, while focusing on military intelligence and covert operations in World War II in the London Controlling Section.

After his war activities, Wheatley worked for British Intelligence and was introduced to Aleister Crowley, stating:

“The fact that I had read extensively about ancient religions gave me some useful background, but I required up-to-date information about occult circles in this country. My friend, Tom Driburg, who then lived in a mews flat just behind us in Queen’s Gate, proved most helpful. He introduced me to Aleister Crowley, the Reverend Montague Summers and Rollo Ahmed.” (The Time Has Come: The Memoirs of Dennis Wheatley (Vol 3) 1919-1977: Drink and Ink, p. 131.)

However, there is more to the story concerning his relation to British Intelligence and MI5, as his personal site explains:

“Then in May 1940, following a chance conversation between his wife and her passenger while she was a driver for MI5, Wheatley was commissioned to write a series of papers on various strategic aspects of the War. These ‘War Papers’ were read by the King and the highest levels of the General Staff, and as a result in December 1941 he was re-commissioned, becoming the only civilian to be directly recruited onto the Joint Planning Staff. With the final rank of Wing Commander, for the rest of the War Wheatley worked in Churchill’s basement fortress as one of the country’s small handful of ‘Deception Planners’ who were charged with developing ways to deceive the enemy of the Allies real strategic intentions. Their top secret operations, which included the plans to deceive the enemy about the true site of the Normandy landings, were highly successful and saved countless lives.”

Wheatley’s wife also worked for MI5, yet these details do not easily emerge in research on the subject, though it is now known Wheatley was also with MI6, including writing anti-German and anti-Russian occult spy fiction. To old dusty books one must go before the fuller picture emerges and we see the connections to Fleming and Maxwell Knight, and the decision to co-opt Aleister Crowley into MI5 work. In Anthony Masters’ book The Man Who Was M: The Real-Life Spymaster Who Inspired Ian Fleming, we read:

“Dennis and Joan Wheatley were constant visitors to the flat, but Lois found she had little in common with Knight’s and Wheatley’s all-absorbing interest in the occult, and in particular, Aleister Crowley who was later to become an MI5 agent. Wheatley had met Crowley through Tom Driberg, then a remarkable journalist (and later a Labour Party MP) whom Knight was to use as an agent inside the CPGB [Communist Party of Great Britain]. Crowley had come to dinner with the Wheatleys many times and provided Dennis with occult information for his books. Wheatley’s first opinion had been that Crowley was interesting but harmless. Driberg, however, warned him that Crowley had been responsible for running a community in Northern Sicily where a number of children had been rumored to have disappeared in connection with Satanic masses. He also told Wheatley that there had been another alarming episode, this time in Paris, which was better documented. In an attempt to raise the pagan god Pan, Crowley had spent a night in an empty hotel room on the Left Bank, in company with one of his followers, a man named MacAleister. In the morning they were both found naked. MacAleister was dead and Crowley was crouched howling in a corner, from where he was taken to an asylum. Four months later he was released, but the cause of MacAleister’s death was never discovered.

This, anyway, was Driberg’s story and it fascinated both the Wheatleys and Knight, although Crowley in the flesh remained a disappointment.

Knight met Crowley at the Wheatleys. He was well-dressed and middle aged, with the voice and manner of an Oxford don. He said his own grace, embroidering Rabelais’ (Do what you like) ‘Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the Law,’ but nevertheless Knight wondered how such racy legends had sprung up around such a seemingly harmless, if eccentric, academic.

Knight told his nephew, Harry Smith, that he and Dennis Wheatley went to Crowley’s occult ceremonies to research black magic for Wheatley’s books. “They jointly applied to Crowley as novices and he accepted them as pupils,” Smith told me. “But my uncle stressed that his interest – and also Wheatley’s – was purely academic.” (pg. 90-1)

On Her Majesty’s Satanic Request

The links become clear: It is Wheatley, Knight and Ian Fleming who would be the chief architects of the ruse to coopt Crowley for the purpose of luring Nazi Rudolph Hess to parachute into Scotland. Fleming biographer Andrew Lycett only mentions this briefly in passing, leaving out Crowley:

“At the same time he [Fleming] maintained contact with several other friends in the broad field of deception, including Ellic Howe, who had worked for the printer James Shand and now specialized in counterfeit German documents; Dennis Wheatley, an occasional dinner guest who worked for the London Controlling Section masterminding deception projects; and Louis de Wohl, and astrologer who was used by the NID to chart the exact moments when Hitler might be open to ruses and feints.” (Ian Fleming, pg. 134).

Rudolph Hess reportedly parachuting into Scotland. Hess lands in Scotland.

And Masters again:

“Ian Fleming, then in the Department of Naval Intelligence, was fascinated by Knight’s mysterious persona, and was to involve him in an extraordinary adventure whose components – The Link [a supposed pro-Hitler underground in the UK], Aleister Crowley and Hess – were to make an explosive mixture. Years later, when Fleming wrote the first of his James Bond books, he used an amalgam Knight and his own superior, Rear-Admiral John Godfrey, as the model for M, Bond’s boss.” (The Man Who Was M, pg. 157)

In fact, this curious episode of the tale of luring Hess through Crowley was apparently seeded in a predictive programming form (or the idea was nabbed therefrom) in Ian’s brother, Peter Fleming’s novel, The Flying Visit, penned soon before Hess’ flight. Fleming scholar Craig Cabell comments on this fantastical story:

“SOE and NID were closely associated with each other at the time of Hess’ flight and Fleming would have learned very quickly about Hess (because he saw much intelligence from various sources). We know for certain that Fleming tracked down Aleister Crowley for advice concerning Hess’s interrogation, which prompted Crowley to write to the DNI. But why would Fleming do that? Crowley had been dubbed the wickedest man in the world, a master of the Black Mass, who once apparently summoned Pan and was left a jibbering wreck. Although still a master of the Occult and Astrology during the Second World War, Crowley was more content to write propaganda poems than summoning up ancient demons; bit he did write to Godfrey, the sealed letter covered in occultist symbols. The letter read:

Sir:

If it is true that Herr Hess is much influenced by astrology and magick, my services might be of use to the Department in case he should not be willing to do what you wish. I have the honour to be, sir,

Your obedient Servant,

Aleister Crowley” (Ian Fleming’s Secret War, pg. 46)

Author Peter Levenda comments on this association as well, in his Unholy Alliance: A History of Nazi Involvement with the Occult:

Richard B. Spence's work on the topic.Spencer’s book on Crowley and MI6.

“His [Crowley’s] utility to MI5 during his Berlin days, when he spied on German communists, was not forgotten. Further, he had been cultivated by Dennis Wheatley, who found the occult fascinating…Knight was the prototype for Ian Fleming’s character “M”: The intelligence chief whom we always see in the movies giving Sean Connery or Roger Moore his dangerous, “license to kill” assignment. What is not generally known is that “M” was also introduced to Aleister Crowley–by Dennis Wheatley–and was quite friendly with the Magus….here is Maxwell Knight, “M” after all, accepting a kind of occult initiation into from Aleister Crowley and becoming his pupil! Himmler was obsessed by the idea that British Intelligence was being a Rosicrucian Order and that occult adepts were in charge of MI5. How would he have reacted if he had known the formidable Maxwell Knight, head of Department B5(b), the countersubversion section of MI5, was a disciple of Aleister Crowley? And that Dennis Wheatley – he of the occult novels favored by Goering – was also a student of Crowley’s and simultaneously working for Churchill’s planning staff? (pg. 231-3. See also For Your Eyes Only: Ian Fleming and James Bond by Ben MacIntyre, pg. 88)

I’ve noted many times the connection of Crowley to various villians, including LeChiffre in Casino Royale, but as we shall see, the influence in the British Psy Op Department extends beyond Fleming to Wheatley: “One of the last photographs of Rudolf Hess in Spandau has him pictured with detailed maps of the moon. These are printed on the wall of his cell directly above his bed. Also the character of LeChiffre in the James Bond novel Casino Royale is based physically on Aleister Crowley; just as the evil occultist in Dennis Wheatley’s Devil Rides Out is based upon Crowley.” (Ibid., pg. 48-9) Indeed, not only was this the beginning of Fleming’s inspirations for 007 and the fictional occult tales of Duc de Richleau in Wheatley’s novels, but is in fact the same circles that would produce the OSS in 1942, later to become the CIA in 1947. The curious convergence of espionage, Hollywood, the occult and high finance become manifest. Cabell continues:

“It was May 25 1941 wen Fleming and Godfrey stepped off the flying boat at LaGuardia, New York. They were there to observe U.S. port security alongside William Stephenson’s British Security Coordination (BSC), who worked out of New York. There was of course more to the trip than that. The gentleman form the NID were overtly there to assist Stephenson in developing a security sector in America that would benefit both US and UK interests. Godfrey was keen to make William Donovan head of the new security force. Donovan was senior partner in a law firm but during the Great War he had worked as a private intelligence gatherer for J.P. Morgan, so he was a known, albeit unused, officer. Fleming had tried to coax Donovan into Operation Goldeneye, but Godfrey had him personally marked for the U.S.” (pg. 53)

William Stephenson, aka Intrepid, with Wild Bill Donovan. William “Wild Bill” Donovan with William Stephenson

And for the icing on the cake, consider Phillip Knightley’s admission of this as nothing more than a British move to further manipulate U.S. policy in favor of the U.K., in his The Second Oldest Profession: Spies and Spying in the Twentieth Century:

“Donovan was helped to prepare his submissions to Roosevelt by Stephenson and the SIS officers attached to his staff. Two senior British Intelligence officers, Admiral John Godfrey and his personal assistant, Lieutenant Commander Ian Fleming (later of James Bond fame), crossed the Atlantic to work on the campaign…There is no doubt what the British were hoping to achieve, as the reports that Stephenson sent to Menzies make clear. He wrote that, at first, Donovan was not at all certain he wanted the job of directing ‘the new agency we envisage’ (emphasis added). When Donovan’s appointment was announced, Stephenson wrote that Donovan was accusing him of having intrigued and driven him into the job. Stephenson then expressed his relief that ‘our’ man was in a position of such importance to ‘our’ efforts. Major Desmond Morton of the Industrial Intelligence Center was even blunter: ‘…to all intents and purposes US security is being run for them at the president’s request by the British. It is of course essential that this fact should not be known in view of the furious uproar it would cause if known to the isolationists.” (pg. 217-8)


Thus we come to the analysis of the 1968 film incarnation of Wheatley’s novel, The Devil Rides Out, starring Christopher Lee and James Gray, directed by Terence Fisher. Fisher was a fixture of dozens of B horror films in the 60s, including previously directing Christopher Lee as Dracula and Peter Cushing as Van Helsing in Dracula: Prince of Darkness (1966). (Lee would also go on to play Dracula in The Satanic Rites of Dracula in 1973 with Cushing). Interestingly, Fisher’s gothic horror films generally present evil as defeated by a combination of faith and reason, in contrast to both superstition and rationalistic scientism:

“His films are characterised by a blend of fairy-tale, myth and sexuality. They may have drawn heavily on Christian themes, and there is usually a hero who defeats the powers of darkness by a combination of faith in God and reason, in contrast to other characters, who are either blindly superstitious or bound by a cold, godless rationalism (as noted by critic Paul Leggett in Terence Fisher: Horror, Myth and Religion, 2001).”

The figure of Christopher Lee is also relevant, given his own claims of involvement in the Special Operations Executive, including even whispers he was an assassin: “I was attached to the SAS from time to time but we are forbidden – former, present, or future – to discuss any specific operations. Let’s just say I was in Special Forces and leave it at that. People can read in to that what they like,” he stated. However, there is some matter of dispute as to Lee’s claims, including the idea they may have been exaggerated or made up. Similar to the story of Chuck Barris, the Gong Show Host who purportedly worked side jobs as a CIA hitman as portrayed in the 2002 film Confessions of a Dangerous Mind, Count Dooku may have been serving out the Imperial Palpatinian death notices in real life.


What is also curious about Lee are his comments on the occult, in which an old interview shows his knowledge and fascination, as well as his personal copy of Anton LaVey’s book, signed by the founder of the rather theatrical Church of Satan. LaVey’s connections and associations with Hollywood, including Sammy Davis, Jr. and Jayne Mansfield are well known and need not be rehearsed, but the interview certainly provides a window into Lee’s views on the matter. Lee also later bade curious investigators an emphatic warning in an interview just prior to his death, assuring the dark forces of the occult will induce madness, as well as loss of soul.

Is that Penrose tiling? Simon Aaron’s Coven Floor.

Replete with occult and tarot imagery, the film is a fantastical, yet relatively realistic presentation of the rituals and beliefs of some serious occultists. It is also worth remembering, as we have seen, these occult practitioners include member of the British elite and intelligence establishment. Both Wheatley and Knight appear to have taken it seriously, giving the story a unique, dark aesthetic. In the film, we find Nicholas Duc de Richleau (Lee) becoming suspicious of the odd behaviors of his friend, Simon Aaron. Visiting Aaron, Nicholas discovers he is no longer welcomed among his new cast of colorful elites, all of whom appear opulently wealthy and eccentric. Sneaking away to Aaron’s observatory, Nicholas discovers the sign of Baphomet upon the floor and various astrological and ritual implements (including chickens stored in a closet) which suggest the elite “society” of Aaron’s is, in fact, a coven involved in ceremonial invocation of spirits.

"If I pledge my soul to you, can I play Blofeld?" or "Baphomet? Yuck, how about bath-omet?"Baphomet Appears to the UK Elite.

Upon learning the coven is intent upon initiating both Aaron and a young love interest (of Nicholas’ other friend) named Tanith, the bloodline importance here coming to the fore, inasmuch as generational Satanic bloodlines are believed to carry a special potency. In fact, Tanith is going to be wed to Satan himself. Heading up the cult is one Mocata (James Gray) who appears to have the special ability to cause smog, mirror-frosting and on-the-spot mind control and psychic vampirism through the gaze of his eyes. The much-hyped “suicide programming” of “Illuminati victims” actually does appear in the film, where both Tanith and Aaron attempt to murder others, as well as themselves, showing “suicide programming” on the part of Mocata.

"Did you guys see the new Jay-Z video? Praised be our Illuminated brutha..."A Ritual Meeting.

Disrupting a woodland Satanic baptismal ceremony that hearkens to something akin to the Order of the Golden Dawn, yet situated in Salisbury Plain, Nicholas party crashes the drugged revelry by tossing a cross at Baphomet himself. Rather pissed at this effrontery, Mocata conjures the Angel of Death himself to take vengeance upon Nicholas and company, leading to the counter-ceremonial ritual sleepover inside the magic circle. While inside the circle, Nicholas and company experience a spiritual/psychical magical battle that evidently plays out in the aether, resulting in a foiled attempt at child sacrifice by Mocata. The interesting aspect here is the idea that to fight the black magic of Mocata, Nicholas must also delve into ritual magic. While somewhat ridiculous, the film does present authentic aspects of both hermetic and perennial esoterica, where the notion of spiritual battles waged on a higher, aetheric plane effect our own through the transference of energy.

Count Dooku slumber parties are a trip...Count Dooku’s Sleepover.

While all of this may seem a bit out of place, one can see a deeper strand of revelation at work here, shining light on more than merely spies and weird movies. The real story of the Devil Rides Out is that Wheatley, as a high level insider in the western intelligence elite and associate of Crowley, couldn’t help but reveal the actual workings of the upper crust, now evident in the stories of the Franklin Coverup, the Dutroux Affair and the UK’s Jimmy Savile. In Voodoo, there is the old myth that the devil appears especially at the crossroads, and as we see, he also rides out in similar fashion, as the crossroads of occult film and espionage meet here.


Jay Dyer is the author of the forthcoming title, Esoteric Hollywood: Sex, Cults and Symbols in Film from Trine Day. Focusing on film, philosophy, geopolitics and all things esoteric, JaysAnalysis and his podcast, “Esoteric Hollywood,” investigates the deeper meanings between the headlines, exploring the hidden aspects of our sinister synthetic mass media matrix.

R.K. Locke
03-05-2016, 09:54 PM
Here is the video of Christopher Lee discussing black magic and the occult:


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EoqJTegrFKw


And here is a more recent one:


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Xli7Osex4Q

David Guyatt
03-06-2016, 10:41 AM
Thanks R K. I think both articles are probably one and the same, or at least both are by Jay Dyer. In the link I posted, the writer identifies himself as "Jay 008". Otherwise it's a remarkable synchronicity.

On Crowley and the so called "Paris Incident" with the alleged invocation of Pan as detailed by Wheatley, this seems to be discredited here (https://sjhstrangetales.wordpress.com/2014/10/16/new-on-strangeblog-aleister-crowley-and-the-paris-incident/). The sad facts are that Crowley was a pompous liar and a morphine addict and, as I have earlier noted elsewhere, the only time he ever found real love was with his infant son born when Crowley was already an old man and stumbling towards death. But at least he found it. His life prior to that was a rampage against his strict upbringing by his Plymouth Brethren parents, which I believe psychologically damaged him.

R.K. Locke
03-07-2016, 10:50 PM
Thanks R K. I think both articles are probably one and the same, or at least both are by Jay Dyer. In the link I posted, the writer identifies himself as "Jay 008". Otherwise it's a remarkable synchronicity.

On Crowley and the so called "Paris Incident" with the alleged invocation of Pan as detailed by Wheatley, this seems to be discredited here (https://sjhstrangetales.wordpress.com/2014/10/16/new-on-strangeblog-aleister-crowley-and-the-paris-incident/). The sad facts are that Crowley was a pompous liar and a morphine addict and, as I have earlier noted elsewhere, the only time he ever found real love was with his infant son born when Crowley was already an old man and stumbling towards death. But at least he found it. His life prior to that was a rampage against his strict upbringing by his Plymouth Brethren parents, which I believe psychologically damaged him.









David, you're right. I neglected to check the original link after I'd read through what you had written.


Re: Crowley and the subject at hand, this book looks like it could be quite interesting:

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Aleister-Crowley-Aeon-Horus-Psychedelia/dp/0955769612/ref=pd_cp_14_4?ie=UTF8&refRID=1CE48AV049QJXP1A19MG

Kara Dellacioppa
03-08-2016, 12:36 AM
Have you guys taken a look at Levenda's new book The Hitler Legacy? Im only a couple of chapters into it and Ive learned so much about Levenda's life and intelligence connections which before I felt like i had to piece together from various blogs and obscure podcasts trying to figure him out.
Anyway the occult obviously figures heavily in the book...

on another note. Ive never seen Jay Dyer mentioned here before and I just started reading and listening to him a few months ago...

Dyer and Levenda seem to both have murky agendas coming from different places. Sometimes I feel like the whole "deep politics" thing has been come its own upstart industry, especially with the internet, i suppose it always was.. however sometimes when these researchers sounds interesting with good material but beneath the surface, i feel like Im just being sold another ideology or religion.. Ed Opperman is a great interviewer but a total evangelical christian. Levenda is into the occult, lately I feel like Dyer who seems to admire Joseph P Farrell has his heart in the Eastern Orthodox Church, James Corbett is an anti state libertarian. I dont think anything is bad about believing in any of these things, its just when you can tell it skews the research...

btw, Joseph Farrell one time taught at this extremely right wing fundamentalist christian school here where I live in orange county (and to call a school "extreme fundamentalist christian" is saying something because there is a lot of competition here..

anyway I guess i should have started my own thread

meh, Im feeling cynical today..

David Guyatt
03-08-2016, 08:55 AM
Have you guys taken a look at Levenda's new book The Hitler Legacy? Im only a couple of chapters into it and Ive learned so much about Levenda's life and intelligence connections which before I felt like i had to piece together from various blogs and obscure podcasts trying to figure him out.
Anyway the occult obviously figures heavily in the book...

on another note. Ive never seen Jay Dyer mentioned here before and I just started reading and listening to him a few months ago...

Dyer and Levenda seem to both have murky agendas coming from different places. Sometimes I feel like the whole "deep politics" thing has been come its own upstart industry, especially with the internet, i suppose it always was.. however sometimes when these researchers sounds interesting with good material but beneath the surface, i feel like Im just being sold another ideology or religion.. Ed Opperman is a great interviewer but a total evangelical christian. Levenda is into the occult, lately I feel like Dyer who seems to admire Joseph P Farrell has his heart in the Eastern Orthodox Church, James Corbett is an anti state libertarian. I dont think anything is bad about believing in any of these things, its just when you can tell it skews the research...

btw, Joseph Farrell one time taught at this extremely right wing fundamentalist christian school here where I live in orange county (and to call a school "extreme fundamentalist christian" is saying something because there is a lot of competition here..

anyway I guess i should have started my own thread

meh, Im feeling cynical today..

Cynicism is an indispensable tool to smell BS, I think Kara.

As with all such things, the trick - for me anyway - is to generally avoid the personalities (who always seem to develop a bit of a cult following) and just stick to the facts and curiosities and follow those "leads" instead.

Over the decades I've had any number of "Guru's" ( a dreadful word actually) and all ultimately fail because they're flawed humans just like the rest of us, and the lesson I took from this was to use from others what you can to advance your knowledge, understanding and insights. But apart from that you're on your own. Rightly so, I think.

Interesting what you say about Levenda's latest book. His trilogy was a masterpiece - or at least volume one was with much original research that was new to me. Volume two was a rehash, most of which I already knew - and volume 3 generally lost it's way, imo. I always assumed he was deeply involved in the occult even before he outed himself on the subject, just because that sort of thing can't be concealed if you're writing on a subject with some knowledge - but I wasn't aware he was directly involved in intelligence matters? Please let me know when you've finished The Hitler Legacy if it is still worth buying?