Not that impressive, you say? I wasn’t wearing glasses. But there, floating in front of the screen, was an animation of spaceships and asteroids and various other things.
This wasn't a sexy telecoms conference either, with free waterslides and apps and cool new tablets. This was a boring telecoms conference about pipes and fiber to the home and such. And yet one of these boring pipe companies had built a 3D television for whatever reason.
Let me tell you another story about someone who isn't me. SWIM works in digital media in London. He has regular dealings with a very, very large company that -as part of its remit to... let's say... catalogue all the worlds information- is embarking on the greatest mapping project the world has ever known. And SWIM drinks regularly with people from this company. Late one night, SWIM heard a story. Prior to the release of the ocean component of their mapping project, this company summoned a bunch of diplomatic representatives from various governments to its London tower and put up some slides. Because this company had found some things. "Ladies and gentlemen... what's this? And what are these? And... they're in international waters. So which one of you owns them?"
I wonder about private companies that have extremely high capex, because there is nothing stopping them from building supervillain tech. What would you do with unlimited research money? Who knows what they have found? Sony found ESP, for instance.
As Richard Dolan points out, secrets develop their own momentum. You only need to look at how one little clandestine marital indiscretion snowballs out and collapses the whole partnership.
When that little lie is technology-based, it can snowball out into a completely separate world. Like when John D Rockefeller used Standard Oil (Nazi collaborators) to invest in (Nazi collaborator) Henry Ford's motor company to build gasoline-powered cars rather than the more popular electric ones of the day, before buying up urban train systems, replacing them with buses and then eventually closing them down, building an unbreakable, hydrocarbon reich across much of the first world. (Among other crimes, in conjunction with their friends at the NaCIA.)
This 3D television is currently not for sale through the company that was showing it in Milan. It may never be for sale. Because, and this is the other component of spook tech, nothing is mentioned until it is ready to ship. And it only ships when the benefit of launching a product exceeds the benefit of keeping it secret. So we need to work backwards from official announcements to get a picture of what's going on where.
Like when Skunkworks -previously run by UFO discloser Ben Rich- promises fusion power within four years. That's unnecessarily accurate. Unless it isn't. You know how long it would take to get to Mars with a fusion rocket? 30 days, apparently. So a shadowy military contractor whose former CEO said, twenty years ago, "we have the technology to take ET back home" now has a precise date for the release of fusion energy and then we find out it only takes 30 days to get to Mars in a fusion rocket. Interesting.
Stories dealing with space are indeed getting extremely interesting these days, especially when viewed in the context of when the benefit of disclosing something exceeds the benefit of keeping it secret. There is too much money and too many competitors to stick to the same, tired, old snowball.
Like the strange wording of this Japanese treaty that forms part of the US's Pacific pivot. Which, while clearly intended to spy on China, leaves the door open to the monitoring of space ships.
Which we could chalk up to a typo were it not for the fact that asteroids and space debris are big news in the private sector. One such asteroid may have what looks like artificial remains on it. Which is a place we've been before. And, insofar as 'asteroids' are concerned, there's also Phobos, which Buzz Aldrin said on CSPAN had a monument on it but which also happens to be hollow and leaking gas, neither of which are remotely possibly for a captured asteroid. (Its orbit is also highly suspicious.) Treaties take ages to agree, so it makes sense to give yourself some wiggle room for the things you happen to know are coming up.
When it comes to this material, we don't know what we don't know. Why is China building some crazy-ass shit out in the desert? We don't know. But we might just be able to pinpoint when we stopped knowing what we don't know.
The notion that the nazis were somehow technologically behind the Allies is truly laughable. Most laughable of all is this idea they hadn't achieved nuclear capability. Because there have been dozens of eyewitness accounts of their bomb tests. 126,000 barrels of nuclear waste were recently found in an old salt mine near Hanover.
Then there's the so-called "rubber factory" IG Farben built at Auschwitz. Here are a few facts about it:
- It cost $2 billion (!) to build.
- It was built near water.
- It consumed more daily electricity than all of Berlin.
- It had more than two thousand scientists working there, which is rather a lot for making rubber. This is outside the tens of thousands of slave labourers from the nearby concentration camp.
- IG Farben itself took until the year 2000 to be fully unravelled as per the surrender treaty. (Keep that in your head for now.)
- The company told the Nuremberg trials that, after four years of operation, it did not produce a single ounce of rubber.
Of course, isotope enrichment requires all these things. As noted in this presentation, the Manhattan Project admitted that it would not be able to enrich enough uranium for Fat Man and Little Boy until at least November. A quick scan of Wikipedia will show that August comes before November. It is pure conjecture that the submarine that left Hamburg with "the surrender documents" for North America, which was picked up on radar by the Canadians -a signal the US jammed- and was then led into an American port contained enriched uranium... but the calendrical discrepancy stands.
So it's not unreasonable to put enriched uranium in the basket with the rest of the nazi military innovations -including over the horizon radar, jet fighters, the first cruise missiles and infrared targeting for their Panther tanks. Let's throw this over to Eisenhower himself:
Albert Speer, in his book Spandau, The Secret Diaries brags that it was he who ordered Werner Heisenberg to stop building an atomic bomb and concentrate on a "uranium motor" for aircraft. Towards the end of the war, Hitler even made Göring and Speer subordinate to Kammler. Eisenhower admits in Crusade In Europe that the Nazis were within 6 months of developing advanced weapons that would have changed the outcome of the war.
Operation Paperclip starts to look a bit more exciting in that context, doesn't it? Because the thing about Hans Kammler's Kammler Group was that it was never penetrated by Soviet or Allied intelligence and he was in charge of all their tech projects.
There must have been some exciting toys in there that the fleeing nazis could use to secure their freedom. Indeed, Juan Peron used to joke that he had his own space programme and cold fusion project. And Peron's Argentina was basically The-Eagle's-Nest-On-Sea.
Remember that bit about Rockefeller's Standard Oil from the beginning? And remember that other bit about IG Farben. Check this out:
The Rockefeller group maintained a network of interlocking directorships and relationships with I.G. Farben. The chairman of Standard Oil of New Jersey, Walter C. Teagle, for example, along with its president William S. Farish, maintained close ties with I.G. Farben’s Hermann Schmitz, and actually became the director of American I.G. Chemical Corp, Farben’s American subsidiary, and sat on its board along with Edsel Ford. This arrangement allowed I.G. Farben to protect its patents from seizure by the American government, by simply transferring them to Standard Oil joint ownership, with an actual agreement being signed in The Hague that after the war, regardless of its outcome, the patents would be returned to Farben. [More.]
By this stage, just as an aside, Standard Oil was also the home of the company that created Christian Fundamentalism as a way of combatting the rise of unionism. But as we saw last time with Allen Dulles and the Bush dynasty, those wartime corporate/nazi/Allied government connections get crazy murky. Again from the same book:
For example, John J. McCloy, the pre-war American attorney for I.G. Farben, and who had once shared Hitler’s box during the Berlin Olympics, and postwar American High Commissioner for Germany (and, let it be noted, subsequently a member of the Warren Commission on the assassination of President John F. Kennedy), was brother-in-law to American General Draper, and the first West German Chancellor, Konrad Adenauer, for all three men had married daughters of John Zinsser, a partner in the JP Morgan interests! Similar connections were forged between Hjalmar Schacht, Hitler’s one-time Reichsbank president, and Greek shipping magnate Aristotle Onassis. And of course, the notorious Bilderberger meetings themselves were the brainchildren of David and Laurence Rockefeller and the London Rothschilds on the one hand, and Nazi SS officer former I.G. Farben manager Prince Bernhard of the Netherlands, with early meetings in the 1950s featuring the regular presence of Dr. Herman Josef Abs, head of Deutschebank and at one time, the banker who actually paid Hitler’s salary. And of course, let it be remembered that Colonel Skorzeny had married Hjalmar Schacht’s daughter.
It's breathtaking, really. All right in the open. As to what exciting things these archonic puppets may have kept safe from the eyes of the war tribunals and wider public, it has given rise to some very interesting speculations.
Before reading Dr Farrel's conjecture below, it is worth noting that the SS effectively banned "Jewish physics" -ie relativity- which freed them up from some of the incorrect assertions that had historically stymied torsion physics. The following project, "The Bell", if it existed, was classified higher than the A-bomb in 1944. Here's the evidence to support some kind of field/torsion technology:
- The Polish war crimes trial affidavit of SS general Jakob Sporrenberg, who was sentenced to death in Poland for the murder of some 60 scientists and technicians involved with the project. It should now be noted that Witkoski holds open the possibility that, during Sporrenberg’s execution, a last minute substitution of a double was made, and Sporrenberg himself was spirited out of Poland by the Soviet N.K.V.D., forerunner of the KGB, thus, there is a Soviet connection to the only known Nazi field propulsion project, exactly as was seen in the Nazi UFO mythos;
- The Bell project was known to have been developed in lower Silesia, and there are installations in the region that would be commensurate with such a project. Similarly, the Nazi UFO mythos consistently locates the base of operations in lower Silesia, in the provincial capital of Breslau (modern day Wroclaw, Poland]; and, finally
- It is possible to “reverse engineer” the physics conceptions of the Bell based on descriptions of the device, and other data. By following the clues of these conceptions, it is clear that the Nazis continued to research this project independently in Juan Peron’s Argentina in the early 1950s in Dr. Ronald Richter’s “controlled fusion” project.
These conceptions involved:
- High speed mechanical and electrical counter-rotation of a plasma inducing substance composed most likely of mercury and thorium 229 isomer oxide, to achieve magnetic fields separation and a quasi-super-conductive state; and
- High voltage direct current stressing of that plasma, to create momentary fusion reactions in the substance.
The basic goal of all of this, as I have argued elsewhere, is to create a “torsion shear” effect in the fabric of space time, a kind of “gravity bubble” around the device, which would account for its ionizing radiation and reported levitation.
What might this nascent technology be capable of doing with a further sixty years of clandestine development in the same dark world that was, to pluck two examples from a long list, testing tsunami bombs in the South Pacific or immediately snatching up all of Tesla's papers when he died? What can the '3D television' of torsion physics do today? Evaporate steel and concrete buildings midair while leaving the paper undamaged? THIS?
Before leaving this strange axis of nazi technology -> Standard Oil -> IG Farben -> fantastically wealthy wartime collaborators -> intelligence community -> the creation of Christian Fundamentalism, let's hear from Catherine Austin Fitts, Assistant Secretary of Housing under Bush Snr (among other things):
Okay, so I moved to Tennessee in 1999, and from the time that I got here I joined a little church in a small town in Tennessee where I lived. About three weeks after I got here we had a sermon that was very political. Afterwards I called a friend of mine, a very successful investigative reporter in Washington DC, and I said to her: “You know, we just got this sermon and I think bla-di-bla-di-bla…“ And the reporter said to me: “How can you possibly got that in a little church in Tennessee – my best source at the CIA just called me to tell me that!“
Over the next two years what we found was that there was an extraordinary sort of coordination between what I was hearing at an occasional political sermon and then what the reporter got from sources at the FBI and the CIA. Anyway, on September 9, 2001, two days before the events of 9/11, I went to church, and it was a fantastically political sermon. Basically, what my pastor at that time said was: “The age old battle between Islam and Christianity is coming to a head, and the only way to solve this is going to war.“ He then laid out the basic battle plan: First we’re going to war in Afghanistan, then Iraq and other places, but number one was Afghanistan. So I called this reporter and said: “Have you heard we’re going to war in Afghanistan?“ And she said: “No, I haven’t heard a word.“
So lo and behold, two days later 9/11 happened, and I was just amazed. The following day was prayer service, I went to church, and the pastor on the pulpit said: “George W. Bush is anointed by God for times such as this!“ Lars, I put my head in my hands and I said: “Oh Lord, give me a sign, I don’t know what to do, please help me!“ Just at that moment my pastor said to me: “Catherine, you have worked in Washington, what do you think?“ Now, I have to tell you, Lars, from my pastor to ask me that question at that moment – that is divine intervention! (laughs.)
So I said: “Well, in my experience the Bush family is anointed by financial fraud, narcotic trafficking and pedophilia!“ My pastor gasped and said: “If that’s the case, it’s hopeless.“
It's worth noting, once again, that the CIA was itself behind the Campus Crusade for Christ. When we talk about the poor and the Right being steeplejacked, it's crucial to consider who jacked the steeplejackers.
We will come onto this in a later post in the series, so just keep in your head that 70% of retiring US generals get jobs with defense contractors. What needs to be emphasised here, once again, is that this is not a wide-ranging government conspiracy. As we have shown from the interconnection of fantastically wealthy collaborators, to a man entirely sympathetic with the nazi worldview (even the Jewish ones!), this is instead a hijack of mankind by a multinational, private/public cabal that moves in and out of government roles like we move through rooms in a house.
Operation Paperclip, for instance, may have been just the "public" face of a much larger private programme. Indeed, as Richard Hoagland points out, those nazi scientists out in the desert could wander on and off base, collect their own mail from the post office and drive around town in Mercedes Benz cars that they certainly couldn't afford on a government scientist's salary.
Also keep in mind the oft-repeated comment that a 'plane' hit the Pentagon the day after Rumsfeld announced $2.3 trillion missing from its budget, calling the "Pentagon bureaucracy" an "adversary". You could hide all manner of things in "accounting systems that don't talk to each other". You could fly a plane through a hole that big, which is more than we could say about other Pentagon holes that week.
Instead, let's go back to Catherine Austin Fitts, and the real reason this woman fascinates me so much. Here's a story from her time in Washington, in her own words:
In 1998, I was approached by John Peterson, head of the Arlington Institute, a small high quality military think tank in Washington, DC. I had gotten to know John through Global Business Network and had been impressed by his intelligence, effectiveness and compassion. John asked me to help him with a high level strategic plan Arlington was planning to undertake for the Undersecretary of the Navy.
At the time I was the target of an intense smear campaign that would lead the normal person to assume that I would be in jail shortly or worse. John explained that the Navy understood that it was all politics ---- they did not care.
I met with a group of high level people in the military in the process --- including the Undersecretary. According to John, the purpose of the plan --- discussed in front of several military or retired military officers and former government officials--- was to help the Navy adjust their operations for a world in which it was commonly known that aliens exist and live among us.
When John explained this purpose to me, I explained that I did not know that aliens existed and lived among us. John asked me if I would like to meet some aliens. For the only time in my life, I declined an opportunity to learn about something important. I was concerned that my efforts with Arlington could boomerang and be connected with the smear campaign and the effects that I was managing. I regret that decision. At John's suggestion I started to read books on the topic and read about 25 books over the next year on the alien question, the black budget, and alien technology.
I had to drop from the project due to the need to attend to litigation and the physical harassment and surveillance of me and some of the people helping me. This process ---which turned out to be incredibly time consuming --- I now believe was connected with the black budget/slush fund activities connected with FHA and Ginnie Mae at HUD. (See, "The Myth of the Rule of Law") John then asked me if I would join the board of the Arlington Institute.
When I attended one of my first meetings, I joined in discussion with about 10 people which included James Woolsey, former head of the CIA in the Clinton Administration, Napier Collyns, founder of Global Business Network and former senior Shell executive, Joe Firmage, John, and other members of the Arlington board. The main topic of discussion was whether or not the major project for the coming year should be a white paper on how to help the American people adjust to aliens existing and living among us. I said nothing -- just listened. Not that long after, I dropped from the board due to the continued demands related to litigation with the Department of Justice and their informant.
To cut a series of additional long stories short, when I talk with my few sources from the military and intelligence community, I hear the same themes:
1. Aliens exist and live among us;
2. In part for this reason as well the accumulated investment over the last 50 years, the technology we have access to through the black budget is far more advanced than is commonly understood;
3. The black budget/slush fund construct was created to deal with this issue, which is why reasonable people thought selling drugs to the children who were US citizens was the better of several options --- including the option of telling the American public the truth and funding the expenses on budget.
As a result of these experiences, here is my framework for dealing with this very large pile of uncertainty. [More.]
Personal testimony, sure. But let's reverse it for the sake of argument. Fitts was a senior member of the Federal government, with a background in the world of international finance. She was a dyed-in-the-wool, book-balancing Republican (the last of her kind?) and yet spoke out regarding the black budget, 9/11, etc.
In recent years, she sings from the 'they're going to depopulate us out of existence'/'GM is poison' fringe Right songbook. She may keep some dodgy company, but that's not a reason to discount what she is claiming, just watch it a bit more closely.
For what it's worth, I don't think she's lying about what happened in 1998. The names and titles of the people she rattled off who attended the Arlington Group meeting are pretty much exactly who I would expect to be in attendance. Spooks, hydrocarbon barons, and mandarins. However, she is unashamedly vocal about wanting a decentralisation of federal power -and financing- down to local levels. (Wanting local co-op banks rather than the criminal megabanks we currently have, etc.) So I think these events actually happened and she is using them to promote a political position. It's not a binary analysis.
Let's look at how some of these archonic projects -extradimensional or not- might slip through the cracks. From a recent Washington Post exposé on the Top Secret world, which I highly recommend you read:
* Some 1,271 government organizations and 1,931 private companies work on programs related to counterterrorism, homeland security and intelligence in about 10,000 locations across the United States.
* An estimated 854,000 people, nearly 1.5 times as many people as live in Washington, D.C., hold top-secret security clearances.
* In Washington and the surrounding area, 33 building complexes for top-secret intelligence work are under construction or have been built since September 2001. Together they occupy the equivalent of almost three Pentagons or 22 U.S. Capitol buildings - about 17 million square feet of space.
In the Department of Defense, where more than two-thirds of the intelligence programs reside, only a handful of senior officials - called Super Users - have the ability to even know about all the department's activities. But as two of the Super Users indicated in interviews, there is simply no way they can keep up with the nation's most sensitive work.
"I'm not going to live long enough to be briefed on everything" was how one Super User put it. The other recounted that for his initial briefing, he was escorted into a tiny, dark room, seated at a small table and told he couldn't take notes. Program after program began flashing on a screen, he said, until he yelled ''Stop!" in frustration.
"I wasn't remembering any of it," he said.
Underscoring the seriousness of these issues are the conclusions of retired Army Lt. Gen. John R. Vines, who was asked last year to review the method for tracking the Defense Department's most sensitive programs. Vines, who once commanded 145,000 troops in Iraq and is familiar with complex problems, was stunned by what he discovered.
"I'm not aware of any agency with the authority, responsibility or a process in place to coordinate all these interagency and commercial activities," he said in an interview. "The complexity of this system defies description."
Walker served as a member of the Institute for Defense Analysis from 1958 to 1981 when he became Chairman of the Board. In 1986 he became Chairman Emeritus and remained in that position until his death. The Institute for Defense Analysis (IDA) is known as " the think tank to the highest echelons of the Pentagon " and "the principal advisory organization serving the office of the Secretary of Defense as a whole."
90% of the work done by IDA is TOP SECRET, the other 10% is for OFFICIAL EYES ONLY.
This organization spawned off a group from within known as DARPA, or the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency. DARPA was responsible for " the scientific investigation into advanced technologies of the future." DARPA is responsible for the initial research funding for over the horizon radar, the Stealth Technology, and the Internet.
Recall that it was Eric Walker who said to Grant Cameron's researchers that ESP and consciousness are related to the UFO phenomena. MK Ultra started about six months after the Wilbert Smith UFO memo in 1950. Which also mentions "mental phenomena".
The extradimensional/UFO component of these clandestine technologies is circumstantially tied into this snowball world from the start... especially when it comes to the manipulation of public consciousness. This is from Jacques Vallée's Dimensions:
I have alluded to the fact that the major groups of UFO believers have been closely monitored by government agents. There is a good reason for this attention: their influence can be manipulated for political goals or simply as a test of various forms of deception. One of the recommendations of a recently declassified CIA/U.S. Air Force panel on UFOs, which met in Washington in 1953, was precisely to monitor the activities of civilian groups: The Panel took cognizance of the existence of such groups as the "Civilian Flying Saucer Investigators" or Los Angeles and the "Aerial Phenomena Research Organization" (Wisconsin). It was believed that such organizations should be watched because of their great influence on mass thinking if widespread sightings should occur. The apparent irresponsibility and the possible use of such groups for subversive purposes should be kept in mind.
[T]hey would provide an escape valve for the steam of the enthusiasts and a useful channel for planted stories. Admiral Roscoe H. Hillenkoetter, the former CIA chief who stated, "It is imperative that we learn what UFOs are and where they come from," and later joined the board of directors of the National Investigations Committee on Aerial Phenomena (NICAP), could have lent credibility to the stratagem by deliberately promoting the extraterrestrial theory. Also among the leaders of NICAP, one of the most influential UFO groups in the fifties and sixties, were at least three well-known intelligence operatives: Bernard Corvalho, Nicholas de Rochefort, and Colonel Joseph Ryan, men who were trained practitioners of the modern techniques of psychological warfare.
I describe UFO research as sudoku for people who don't like sudoku... and I fucking hate sudoku. (Stop saying sudoku!) It is simultaneously a bundle of Cold War propaganda, illegal manipulation of the public mind, a lie to cover dangerous military research, extradimensional trolling and what appears to be a persistent aspect of normally functioning human consciousness going back at least as far as the Neolithic renaissance. Some of it might even be actual aliens.
Unpicking its component parts is much more interesting than sudoku. Because it's not just one thing... and there is a shadowy public/private contingent that goes out of its way to make sure it remains unpicked. This is from an interview with Jacques Vallée about forbidden science:
Plato: A massive project I'm sure. But you came across an important letter referred to as the "Pentacle Letter". What did its contents divulge?
Dr. Jacques Vallee: I feel more free to talk about this now, I did not feel free to talk about it in the book because the document had a secret stamp on it. My attorney and I were unable to determine whether it was still secret today. The document was dated 1953. However, it has now been released officially and so I don't feel now under any obligation to keep it secret anymore. The document that I had, that I found in the files, was a carbon of a letter sent by an organization working under Project Stalk, which was in fact, Battelle Memorial Institute in Ohio which had been hired by the Air Force to do a very thorough, statistical investigation of the patterns in UFO sightings.
Now, that investigation eventually was published as a very well known report called Report 14. What struck me was that the letter, it was a 2 page, single spaced letter, which was very, very well written by someone who obviously was very, very familiar with the scientific method. It explained what we already know by the way, that they were; Battelle at that time, was doing a massive statistical study on UFO sightings. However, it also discloses two things that have never been disclosed before. First, they have found patterns in those sightings. They wanted to go on studying before any kind of scientific panel was convened. So they were telling the CIA to stop this top secret meeting of the five scientists.
Now, when I read this, I almost fell from my chair. I mean, who were these people nobody had ever heard of before? They were actually telling the CIA to stop this top secret meeting of the five leading physicists in the land. Then they, went on saying that they wanted to discuss what could and could not be told to those scientists. Now, from a, if you will, from a historical point of view or from a ufological point of view, that may or may not be significant. From a scientific point of view, it's amazing, I mean, science relies on the ability of researchers to get the data and if there is somebody who is in the background telling agencies of a government what can and cannot be told to the scientists who are hired to make an assessment of the potential threat to the security of the country; I mean, this is... this is extraordinary.
And they went on to say something even more extraordinary and more ominous, although it's really not a smoking gun. But one of the paragraphs in the memo, in the Pentacle Letter, suggested before convening any panel, that they wanted to do a series of experiments, essentially to simulate UFO waves. This is not just putting cameras here and there and pointing them at the sky, and seeing what percentage of balloons are going to be recorded, and what percentage of meteors or whatever. This is actually simulating, what they were suggesting was simulating an actual UFO wave. And they said this would be on the scale of a secret military maneuver. So the question this raises is - this was 1953 - but was this actually done, and could this explain some of the more recent manipulations that we have been seeing in this field? I don't have to tell you that this field is becoming more and more bizarre. And there are more and more rumors flying around and there are more and more planted stories. People are seeing very strange things that in many cases do not match what UFOs have been known to do in years past. And so the question of possible manipulation should be raised.
In the background of these phenomena are stories of supposed techniques and projects related to psychological warfare. The Montauk Project, for instance... even MILABS. They range from what appear to be the entirely ludicrous to the "it probably happened". And then, every so often, you get things like this Pentacle Letter that revivify some old speculation you have either forgotten or dismissed. Here's a very long list of conspiracy facts you may think are theories.
It's the sheer ambition of faking an alien encounter that astounds me. But then, we know that when they weren't smuggling drugs into the country to sell to criminal gangs, overthrowing foreign governments, creating and training Al Qaeda or frantically covering up their own nazi dealings, the CIA would also kill the scientists working on these secret programmes:
The whole thing paints a terrifying picture of what the '3D television' of mind weapons might be, and how that may have been deployed. Given the provenance of these groups, their historic behaviour and the documentary evidence, you can no longer dismiss out of hand the assertions of individuals or groups who claim to be targeted psychically. If they can create modern art and turn that into a mind weapon, it's time to reconsider what you think has actually happened in the last 60 years.
I mean... this one turned out to be true:
"9/11 is so in your face it makes the Kennedy assassination look like a true mystery." - Jim Marrs
Returning to the notion of tech only being released when it's expedient, I do sometimes marvel at the archonic ingenuity of using technology that most of the planet didn't even really know existed, or that wasn't publicly acknowledged. (It begs the question of what other pieces of spook tech have been or are currently being deployed, of course. But that's the whole point of this post.)
In fact, in the next video, watch how Rumsfeld squirms (1:18s) so soon after 9/11 when a reporter asks him about the use of directed energy weapons in Iraq. It's fascinating. She may have accidentally asked him just the right question:
Unless he's simply lying. Iraqi children were being microwaved, after all. (Caution: unbelievably graphic.) And here we are in 2013 with scientists talking about using death rays to evaporate asteroids (asteroids again) and the air force wanting directed energy weapons that trigger 'non lethal' bioeffects.
So if you haven't seen it yet, watch Dr Judy Wood's presentation on the use of directed energy weapons preposterously masquerading as aeroplane damage, because this really is the fulcrum with which the outgoing archonic regime tried to propel themselves to total dominion of our yuga.
"At some level of the government, at some point in time ... there was an agreement not to tell the truth about what happened [on 9/11]." --John Farmer, Senior Counsel to the 9/11 Commission and Attorney General of New Jersey
I was actually discussing this on the weekend at a party in a Sussex village with a British military bomb expert who has done two tours of Iraq. They all watched it happen on a base in Essex and when the buildings dustified he said the entire room called controlled demolition. After taking him through some of the physics shown in these screengrabs, he agreed that on these seismic data alone, it could not have been any kind of explosion or kinetic device.
Unfortunately, that also meant I had to recommend the following video for an explanation of the Hutchison effect. Apologies to you, as well, for the format.
It strikes me that I’m in a slightly more fortunate position when it comes to extracting the actual content from pieces like this because I have an employment history that has required an understanding of the absurd, sausage-making, bullshittery that goes into making ‘factual’ multichannel programming for a ‘low information audience’. Sigh. (Those tales about shadowy handlers meddling in the production and deliberate changes to make the story seem preposterous are entirely true, I'm afraid. Even when it's about ghosts. Go figure.)
So that you don't have to watch the whole thing, here's the bit with John Hutchison himself, detailing the Hutchison Effect, his involvement with the Star Wars programme and his invitation from members of Bush Jnr's Executive Branch to return to working for the neocons.
What's worse than just sharing it, I'm inclined to agree with with Ventura that the only thing keeping Hutchison alive is camping up his insanity act. It's material for a separate post, but his contention that a lot of the black programmes went private under Reagan rather than get shut down seems sound to me. Things were getting pretty hot in Contra-town at the time. (Plus there's more money to be made by the exact same people in sending these things into the private sector.)
As for other uses of energy weapons, here's another little gem appearing courtesy of the Secret Sun facestalk group. Their ultimate conclusions are their own, but the material regarding how modern technology interrupts the Schumann Resonance and the terrifying implications of that for all of us. Regarding their more extreme claims... the whole point of this post is that it's almost impossible to simply dismiss them out of hand.
Now, a quote from Dolan's UFOs and the National Security State, regarding some even weirder implications -one way or another- of the use of energy or frequency manipulation and the alphabet soup agencies:
Throughout the summer and fall of 1980, Paul Bennewitz kept a close eye on the Manzano Weapons Storage Area. Bennewitz was a trained scientist who had done contract work for the Defense Department. He had an array of equipment that was picking up low-frequency electromagnetic pulses and recording aerial displays. During the fall of 1980, he called Kirtland AFB about this. He believed that the displays were genuine UFOs and the pulses were alien signals of various sorts. Some were alien messages directed to the implants of abductees (although why he believed this is not clear). Other signals seemed to be about an alien base.
Many of Bennewitz’s notes are gone or unavailable, but some exist – and make for strange reading. The following are ‘messages’ he received with what he described as “analog recording equipment” in October 1980:
Den under Archuleta Peak. West of peak, snow gone. Go west 1 km. Enter ram bad judgement. Attach cable. Drag ramp away. Drown good until Ant Widow beg for life. Death eats hate. Fox kill dead. Go down a railed entry. Strike fast. Enemy very tough at death. When at each turn test air. Key to effective fight, fear – ejection. Arbitrated peace no heed and deny or death take you. Do cut jugular. Go no further to arrange deal. State day they leave Earth. Near Lyra orbit. A gentle act does cause material good. Take fact first. Take until a black auto hit has seen chase. No let catch or upset you. Have Den racked. Aim well. A brave death has man.
(Ed: this sounds like just the kind of trolling crap inexperienced channelers and ouija users get. Which should be of professional interest to the wizards out there. Keep that in mind for the last paragraph of this quote.)
He wrote a series of separate interpretations of these statements, and believed they were instructions on how to attack and destroy the alien base under Dulce’s Archuleta Peak.
Bennewitz was worried. All this seemed very wrong. His communications with Kirtland AFB resulted in a personal meeting with AFOSI Special Agent Richard Doty. Doty’s office had jurisdiction over all criminal and security investigations at Kirtland and Manzano. Accompanied by Air Force physicist Lew Miles, Doty went to Bennewitz’s home on October 26. They saw Bennewitz’s impressive array of equipment, various photographs, and heard recordings of many of his signals – including, we might assume, the cryptic message regarding Archuleta Peak. At the request of the NSA, which had a major presence at Kirtland, Doty secretly photographed everything he saw. Bennewitz was invited to Kirtland AFB on November 10 to present his findings to a small group of officers and scientists. In attendance was commander Brigadier General William Brooksher, four colonels, two AFOSI men, and several scientists from Phillips Laboratories. Doty does not appear to have attended.
Bennewitz described the Manzano UFOs, his work with Myrna Hansen, and his thoughts on ET. When he asked for financial support to continue his investigation, he was advised to apply for an Air Force grant. It is possible that Bennewitz received a grant from the NSA, which appeared to be most interested in his work, particularly the discovery of the signals emanating from Kirkland. A week later, on November 17, Doty told Bennewitz that AFOSI had decided against further consideration of the matter. This was not true. In reality, Bennewitz’s story had created great concern within sectors of the military-intelligence community. Somewhere within AFOSI, DIA, or the NSA, the decision was made that Bennewitz would be allowed to continue his work, so that it could be learned how he obtained his information. To do this, Doty befriended Bennewitz and expressed enthusiasm about his research.
Years later, when Doty discussed this on the radio show Coast to Coast with Art Bell, he argued that AFOSI’s interest in Bennewitz had nothing to do with UFOs or aliens. Rather, it was to protect the technologies and activities at Kirtland. What followed was a program on Bennewitz that involved monitoring and misinformation, most of it passive. When, for example, Bennewitz asked Doty to let him know if he “tapped into something” that was going on at Kirtland, Doty merely nodded and said Bennewitz had found “something unknown.” Doty did not so much tell stories of aliens as allow Bennewitz’s belief system to take over.
Adding to the intrigue are rumors that a “Project Sigma,” allegedly an NSA program to communicate with non-humans, was based at least in part out of Kirtland AFB since the 1960s, or even earlier. In a communication with the author, Linda Moulton Howe stated that she personally had been shown from a distance an NSA structure at Kirtland that was said to house Project Sigma. According to her source, Sigma operated by sending out various Hertz signals identified as operational with Grey, Nordic, or other craft. If Sigma was in fact real, this could easily explain Bennewitz’s sightings, which would be alien craft attracted by the signals being generated. And if Bennewitz did stumble onto Project Sigma, surely this would have been more than sufficient cause for MJ-12 to order an immediate end to the threat this posed.
On a related note, Dr Stephen Greer even has an iPhone app you can use to attract UFO phenomena, proving that even the New Age movement has a Left Hand Path. Because,
professionally wizardly speaking... this isn't recommended. This is going swimming at dusk while bleeding profusely.
Let's start with a news piece about military spraying of poisons and radioactive material onto the people of St Louis. They were told it was to test a 'smoke screen' in the event of a Soviet attack. It wasn't. And much of the spraying was centred on low-income (ie black) areas, parts of which had a population that was 70% under the age of twelve. Britain was a bit less discriminatory in its own testing.
You need to keep that in the back of your head when it comes to the possibility that someone may be spraying something from airplanes. The fact is they've already done it. Unfortunately, like so many other aspects of alt research, the legitimate concern over chemtrails has been hijacked by a neoconfederate agenda, seeking to paint the whole thing as a NWO extermination plot.
Because the thing is... geoengineering is extremely easy. At its most simplistic level it's basically strategic littering. You can dump a few tonnes of urea into the ocean to generate a phytoplankton bloom and sink some atmospheric carbon. Will this have knock on consequences? Probably. But when has that ever stopped an archon?
So, in one breath, you'll have our occasionally-elected betters telling us that chemtrails and geoengineering are paranoid nonsense. In the next breath, they'll jet off to the World Economic Forum where 'rogue geoengineering' is point four on the agenda. (That would be just after the €300 lunch, then.) Reading between the lines of what is meant by 'rogue' here, this is a further indication that you should not roll all the manifestations of geoengineering up into the one agenda.
It is so easy to do and has been researched for so long that it's quite clear that different archons are worried about which of their kin can do what. Who knows? World War III may resemble nothing quite so much as the Olympian overthrow of the Titans... a tsunami here, an earthquake there, a two hour electrical storm over there. Here's a pertinent quote:
US Secretary of Defense William S. Cohen, said on 28 April 1997 at the Conference on Terrorism, Weapons of Mass Destruction, and U.S. Strategy, University of Georgia "Others are engaging even in an eco-type of terrorism whereby they can alter the climate, set off earthquakes, volcanoes remotely through the use of electromagnetic waves."
Electromagnetic waves, huh? Here's the path of a hurricane off the East Coast on September 11, 2001. It got close enough to cause rain on Long Island. Then it fucks off out to sea.
I remind you that the counter-rotating effects of the hypothetical Nazi Bell are present in hurricanes -which can also cause molecular effects like loss of mass and structural integrity.
Regarding HAARP, it is part of a wider project to -in the words of the USAF itself- "own the weather":
This advanced stage of full capacity (FIRI) corresponds to what the US Air Force has called "Owning the Weather":
US aerospace forces [will] 'own the weather' by capitalizing on emerging technologies and focusing development of those technologies to war-fighting applications... From enhancing friendly operations or disrupting those of the enemy via small-scale tailoring of natural weather patterns to complete dominance of global communications and counterspace control, weather-modification offers the war fighter a wide-range of possible options to defeat or coerce an adversary... In the United States, weather-modification will likely become a part of national security policy with both domestic and international applications. Our government will pursue such a policy, depending on its interests, at various levels. (US Air Force, emphasis added. Air University of the US Air Force, AF 2025 Final Report, http://www.au.af.mil/au/2025/ )
Somewhere in the intelligence community snowball there is a panel with cartoon-style red buttons and words like 'earthquake', 'drought' and 'volcano' under them. FACT. But, in all seriousness, we'll leave this section with a final note. It has already been acknowledged that geoengineering has been used in a theatre of war. This stuff isn't speculative.
Where you hide things
Everyone caught this when it came out. Declassified schematics of a hypothetical 1950s flying saucer. It needs to be viewed in the light of the comments Dr Vallée found regarding the staging of a mass UFO sighting (both documents date to the same time) and also in the light of the opening paragraphs: Stuff doesn't come out unless it's entirely useless from a tech perspective or slightly useful from a disinfo one.
Staying with the disinfo angle for a moment... the first place you hide things is in plain sight. Here is a drone that looks exactly like a helicopter.
It is commercially available now. Which means I can tell you with almost total confidence that it has been in use for some time. So it rather begs the question... how long have drones been in use in their countries of origin and in the domestic airspace they're currently not permitted to fly in under FAA regulations? Can we get this far into this enormous post and just dismiss the possibility out of hand?
The next place you hide things is where no one can see them. Which leads us inevitably to Roswell and Area 51, but we are only stopping briefly on our way to a wider point.
All we can say definitively about the incident known as 'the Roswell crash' is what it is not. And that is a weather balloon. It persistently refuses understanding because it fits into more than one of the UFO/sudoku (ufoku?) categories:
- Historically, this appears to be the first major incident where "they" decided media manipulation was called for. First it was published as a crashed saucer. This was retracted several days later and it became a weather balloon.
- The timing of when the Roswell incident appeared in popular consciousness points to it being used as Cold War propaganda. (Can you imagine the consternation in the Kremlin when it was discovered those capitalist pigs had got their fat hooves on a fucking space ship?) This may well explain why the official refutation of the facts has been so patchy.
- With nearby White Sands and the entire area crawling with nazi scientists, it is very likely "they" have a preference for investigators looking up into space rather than down on the ground, given that this was an era where "they" were gassing American civilians and drugging entire populations.
- The Aztec Incident was clearly faked and then heavily promoted. A manipulation of public consciousness is part of it.
Insofar as it has convinced people much smarter than me, including Apollo astronaut Ed Mitchell, I will err on the side of non-human craft, but this is a conviction you could knock over with a feather. At the moment, it hinges on some of the latterly released testimony from the very old men who were there at the time and too close to the grave to care what happens to them. Like Calvin Cox, who was issued with a "shoot to kill" order as he guarded the hangar where the material came in:
Cox said that there was a guard placed both outside and inside the entrances to the hangar. He was not to go beyond a rope that was placed just a few feet inside the hangar entrance. Despite this, Calvin had the opportunity to view some of the incoming Roswell debris from a distance. He saw some of the crash material sticking out of a 60 foot flatbed, filling perhaps just half of the trailer’s capacity. He indicates that it appeared that the crash material may have been metal-like, but that he could tell it was protruding out in beams and appeared shiny and smooth. Some of it may have had a burnished or tarnished coloring. Far back in the poorly lit hangar he could see about 30 feet of strange, structured metal-like material that was similar to what he had seen in the flatbed.
Cox states that at no time during this event did he see anything resembling a balloon or balloon train. He remembers the newspapers later stating that the disc was found out to have been a balloon after all- and personally knowing that was not true but being unable to say anything.
Calvin believes that Intelligence Officer Major Jesse Marcel’s late-in-life disclosures about finding material in the desert not from Earth are true. Calvin says that Jesse was “straight forward” and that Jesse was set up as a “fall guy.”
After the crash Calvin noticed that there were personnel around the base in great numbers that he knew to have been affiliated with intelligence agencies, including both the FBI and the OSI.
At the moment, my conviction hinges on the terrible official attempts to explain away the dozens of people who saw bodies (one of which may still have been alive) among the debris at several stages on its journey into the darkest recesses of the military industrial complex. Apparently these were crash dummies from a high altitude test flight... that actually happened several years after the Roswell incident.
Anyway, it's almost the least part of the story, because whatever this non-weather-balloon was, where it went is where we go now. And where it went is into that shadowy public/private nexus with nazi tendrils. Here's Chris Knowles talking about the odd appearance of something that seems so innocuous now, but certainly wasn't in the mid twentieth century.
Much more recently, stories began surfacing about what the Army or Air Force supposedly did with the downed Alien Spacecraft in August, September and October of 1947. Nuclear Powered Engines and Advanced Communications and Computing devices, all of which were a hundred years beyond post-World War II technology, were taken from the Alien wreck and purportedly made their way to The Bell System's "Bell Laboratories", then located in Murray Hill, New Jersey -- it has been alleged. There, they were studied, dissected, microanalyzed and pieces tested. One piece was supposedly found to have unique potential, an Alien switching device composed of Silicon and Arsenic, arranged in a microscopic array much more complicated than even now have been assembled by Humankind, hundreds of years ahead.
The Alien device purportedly became the priority focus object of Bell Labs' and The US Department of Defense's analysis and scientific research. It was discovered by the researchers, that the unusual electronic Alien device could act as both a high speed electronic switch and as an Amplifier. They decided to call it the "Transfer Resistor", because it could be made to resist or accept power flow at much higher or lower currents than were applied to it, depending upon unique application of electron flows.
Bell Labs should ring a few alien bells for those who recall the séance that changed America. Because the inventor of the Bell Helicopter was in attendance, as was the wealthy mother of a Bell employee and blue blood scion, along with Andrijah Puharich, one of the strangest people in intelligence history... which is really saying something.
These archonological connections appeal to me because, from the very beginning, they paint a picture of the inextricability of the 'nuts and bolts' and consciousness components of these phenomena. Circumstantially, the guys who got their mits on Roswell debris turned it into real world tech but also, more or less immediately after, started talking to Egyptian gods orbiting the earth on a space ship. One wonders what the 'transistor' of 'consciousness technology' might be.
This doesn't mean we can say "the Roswell debris went to Bell Labs", but given the location of some of the more mysterious private military contractors and their connections to American royals, we can say there would have been some very interesting after-dinner discussion on The Vineyard that summer.
Of course, one of the other places this stuff was supposed to go was deep underground in a very literal sense. Unfortunately, this is one of those fudges you can use to explain the paucity of physical evidence. It sounds almost childish.
Be that as it may, the following presentation makes it abundantly clear that the creation of vast underground and even undersea bases has been technically feasible for fifty years.
For what it's worth, I do believe there are hundreds of miles of tunnels and bases underneath North America but it seems more likely that most of them are currently filled with defunct, Cold War computers and slowly rusting office chairs. However, it must be nice to know that if you needed total secrecy for a particular project, there is some readymade, impenetrable infrastructure just waiting for you to build a stargate in.
One final note regarding SWIM's story of what that big mapping project found out in the ocean... I personally believe it is related to this.
Reaping the whirlwind
The newspaper report quoted above indicates that the number of people with Top Secret clearance is 1.5 times the entire population of Washington. How many of them do you suppose work for private companies?
Tracing the tumbling down of spook tech is rather like looking for an electron. When you look, you can find it in Bell Labs or in Rumsfeld's clenched demon claw or in the compounds of Bigelow Aerospace. Look away and it reverts into its 'natural form'... a shadowy archon probability wave of unimaginable wealth.
Let's return to nazis and asteroids then. Here's Dr Carol Rosin's oft-repeated warning from SS Major Von Braun. And whilst it might be easy to dismiss, as Dr Greer points out, our entire legal system is built on witness testimony. Either we take it for what it is; not much but still something; or we don't.
What fascinates me about this statement is not the surprisingly-timed increase in meteor activity over the last few months, or the space monitoring treaties, or the 'hypothetical' (ie probably deployed) death rays that can evaporate incoming space targets like Manhattan office buildings... what fascinates me is the implications of Dr Vallée's Pentacle Letter.
I think what Dr Braun is disclosing here is 'The Plan'... but 'The Plan' is in tatters. As I interpret it, we can see this reflected in the recent events in Boston. The FBI has a long history of arming -only to disarm- deranged enemy assets. These ones appear to have gone off script. So is it 'terrorism' or is it a 'false flag'? OR.. have we been lying down with dogs for so long that we can no longer distinguish where the canines end and the fleas begin? (Let me answer that for you... it's the last one.)
Plans require cohesion and that is in short supply among the remaining orcs. Look at how quickly the intel connections came to light in Boston. Pardon the pun, but the plan behind the curtain has been revealed. Hence you should interpret the miraculous discovery of 9/11 airplane wreckage as a desperate bid to maintain the illusion of the much bigger lie. You can easily follow their thinking. If the whole world found and believes the intel connection to Boston, how long before our eyes turn to lower Manhattan?
The corporate race for the vast riches/possible alien tech floating out there in space will inevitably mean much of this will come tumbling out of the snowball and into the public domain without any official disclosure. They care less and less what you think. There is too much money at stake. You don't even warrant the slightest nod of acknowledgement, just lies that get more and more absurd with each passing day.
We do not know what we do not know. Preventing our knowing, our gnosis, is becoming simultaneously more difficult and more important. That's the good news.
The bad news is these orcs still have some fairly alarming toys and may get desperate enough to use them.