You know the story by now, if you have read your Archonology and/or listened to the podcast episode that I did with Chris Knowles:
The core piece of actual technology hidden in the Breakaway/Deep State is not all that complicated. It’s just that half of physics is missing. We’ve been sitting out here failing to get String Theory and Materialism to work because it’s the only part of it out in the open. I remind you of Catherine Austin Fitts’s front-on boob of truth:
But Tesla was working in the early part of the twentieth century. (In a funny way, the ‘flying saucer’ is effectively Victorian technology.) The ether/Dirac Sea etc was declared untrue by fiat and that was the end of it. So the story of torsion/scalar/electrogravitic machinery -we’d have a better term for it if it had been out in the open for the past hundred years- which relies on this other half of physics has been a dark one.
An approximate chronological summary is in order:
- Tesla and other independent amateurs messing around with technology based on the at-the-time-perfectly-valid theories of the ether generate remarkable results that are discredited and harvested in the lead-up to both world wars.
- The interwar period saw high levels of transatlantic research into Eugenics.
- The Nazis beat the allies to a number of technologies we know of -in particular over-the-horizon radar and what would come to be known as ‘space medicine’ (thanks to an unlimited supply of Jewish test subjects). And a few technologies that are circumstantial but make a lot of sense: even if the Nazi Bell was in planning stages it would still be valuable. For what it’s worth, Dr Farrell does often point out that, when asked where these technologies come from, some Nazis are on the record as saying “we had help”.
- These Nazis end up in Allied countries, principally the United States.
- Patent law is firmed up to guarantee that any technology with national security implications is immediately hoovered into the emerging Deep State.
- A combination of radar, fusion, fission, rocketry, eugenic, pharmaceutical, ‘psi’-chological, torsion/electro-gravitic research occurs in the hothouse of unlimited Deep State funding that marks the Cold War. In another ‘for whatever it’s worth’ (which is a lot less than a Dr Farrell FWIW), Dr Greer has official documentation that strongly implies some form of electrogravitic/massless vehicle was in use by 1956. Interestingly, given the technology of the time, something like that would look remarkably like whatever it was McCandlish/Sorenson saw at that airshow in the 1980s.
- The sixties and seventies saw a whole slew of crimes perpetrated against principally but not only the American people under various programmes such as MKULTRA. Nixon says the CIA was “running a goddamned murder inc” in Latin America, which they were, while also rising to be and remain the world’s largest drug dealer. Vietnam happens -where all manner of weather modification and drugs were tested (as well as possibly some even darker shadow state toys). JFK happens. The US makes it to the moon probably.
- Then we get the Church Committee where, after shredding millions of documents pertaining to it and many other projects, former CIA director (and then ambassador to Iran!) Richard Helms said “yes it existed but it never worked”.
- Then the DIA and Wernher von Braun himself provide initial funding for what would become Project Star Gate, although it had many other names. As we all know, this was the psychic spying programme that would find downed aircraft in African jungles but would also regularly encounter ‘aliens’ (and apparently Soviet psychic spies) during sessions.
Which brings us inevitably to Stranger Things.
Look. The show is… fine. Good even. In that it isn’t appallingly-acted and manages to mix entertainment and nostalgia in that very Steven Spielberg way it so very often references.
But it’s not exactly swinging for the fences. It’s safe and shallow the way basically every superhero film over the past decade or so has been… and you can see it is reaching the same audience that thinks it is somehow edgy or quirky by the way it is being lionised and fawned over. It is as edgy as pudding. I know that nobody but me liked the X-Files return but it was better at -to use a Chris-ism- telling tales out of school.
Stranger Things is not telling tales out of school. You know because there are a couple of really clunky scenes of dialogue explaining what MKULTRA is and the use of LSD on college students and the suggestion of testing of various shadow state hypotheses on children. All of these things happened but you can find them on wikipedia. So it is clearly well-researched, but that’s an altogether different animal to outside-school-teller.
If it has any kind of shadow state role at all, it’s a cointel one. Witness how the Department of Energy had to come out and correct the record of what they were ‘actually’ doing. (Because we are somehow confusing fiction for history or something? The lady doth protest a bit too much, yeah.) So we could be in limited hang-out land because, as with scenes in superhero films where aircraft carriers arrive in thinly-veiled-Ukraine-proxies to thunderous applause, there is an icky degree of celebrating these black projects which, taken in toto, could suggest a deliberate rearrangement in culture and sentiment. Throw in the absurd delusion that Killary is the supposed ‘disclosure’ President and we should all start to squint suspiciously.
(Let me be clear: Killary mentioning UFOs is her winking at the Deep State. Either to pull the faction of it that released her emails into line by reminding them she knows where the bodies are buried -literally in her case- or by signalling that she’ll provide fictional air cover for the roll-out of some of their toys. If Killary ever says UFOs are real it will be a lie. It will be a lie and the final shoe in Werhner von Braun’s deathbed warning will come to pass.)
Back to Stranger Things. I thought to myself, this is set in the 80s. After the Church Committee. But during Star Gate (Grill Flame at the time). And fortunately I happened to be reading Jacques Vallée’s journals covering the exact same decade whilst watching the show.
The general idea in the more balanced parts of parapolitics studies is that following the Church Committee you had a decade-long privatisation effort -hence Bush Snr moving from the CIA to Veep to President, etc- as all these toys went Deep Private… free from FOIAs and so on. Supporting that hypothesis is one of Nick Redfern’s best two books, For Nobody’s Eyes Only, which diligently shows that there really aren’t documents about Roswell and all the rest of it… there are gaps. There should not be gaps. Someone possessed the authority to remove military files from archives dozens of times.
So I’m going to read to you from Jacques diary. Here’s what was going on around him in the 80s.
September 29, 1982
Lunch with Hal [Putoff]… One of SRI’s clients, an intelligence agency, has slipped the coordinates of Pat Price’s four mountains among a test list for remote viewers. One site in Australia is well known locally for peculiar lights. The remote viewers correctly identified all four places as mountains and described underground installations. One of them said “I am surrounded with leading-edge technology… like a prehistoric man sitting in an automobile. This site has something to do with transportation.”
… Then we left the restaurant and when we were alone Hal told me about an incident that bothered him. It concerned a friend of his, a physicist with Sandia. This man married the niece of an older physicist who is said to have studied a crashed saucer in the fifties. Allegedly he analysed the propulsion system and duplicated an antigravity device. Now this man, the uncle, has been found hanged, his hands tied behind his back, his lab in shambles. The uncle was a careful man: all his plans were in a secret bank safe. In case of death, someone in the family would receive a letter with instructions to retrieve the documents. The letter did arrive but the bankers said that government men bearing official identification had opened the box and confiscated the contents.
Now Hal’s friend is panicking. His house has been burglarised several times. He was studying an alleged energy machine, “Johnson’s motor”. All his models had been taken apart by visitors who made no effort to be discreet. Neighbors have seen the men driving away.
November 24, 1983
I spent the evening at Kit’s house with his four wonderful kids. Remote viewing is finally recognized as high levels. Kit has attended a briefing by Hal and Jack Vorona for CIA Director Bill Casey, who cancelled other afternoon appointments to hear them fully. There is a second group of military trainees now, equal to our own SRI team.
In addition to directing the SRI program, Hal now consults with a group financed by entrepreneur Bill Church, pushing the limits of physics. They have a device that focuses an energy blast to punch holes in steel walls.
July 25, 1985
There was a meeting on frontier subjects in Washington recently. When Hal arrived he discovered the topic was UFOs, and the overall project was structured in multiple layers, like an onion. The meeting was classified above top secret, under a codeword. Fifteen attendees reviewed cases like Kirtland AFB, Cash-Landrum and Tehran. They included Howell McConnell and John Tyler.
Two aspects of the meeting were ironic, Hal said. First, attendees were there because they ran programs that were impacted by unidentified signals but they were not necessarily interested in the UFO phenomenon itself. Second irony: they came to the conclusion there must be a secret UFO project somewhere else! Does the government have in its custody some saucer fragments? Perhaps it does not know what to do with them, someone suggested. Perhaps American industry should be given access to the supposed hoard of alien treasures? Perhaps it already has? In the absence of any hard fact this remains wild speculation, even at such high levels of government.
July 30, 1987
Back at SRI where I worked with Gina Trask on the classification of remote viewing sites, we spread some 200 slides over light tables. Ed May confirmed that some of the operational remote viewers have described UFOs and their occupants. Satellite imagery used as a target showed real objects, but the team was never able to find a trace of them in the official files when they checked with the responsible agencies. Another group, with higher access (all of this is above top secret) was told that “the images had gone back to the place where this kind of thing is centralized.”
March 26, 1988
We spoke of FastWalkers. Joe [McMoneagle] once obtained a detailed photograph of a disk. He placed a copy in a locked safe with double combination, a classified safe under his sole control. Yet the photograph vanished. “There must be a higher level of authority that controls UFO data,” he said, “a level beyond the folks who run the satellites.”
June 28, 1998
Hal has seen a 2-inch thick file that details UFO observations by infrared satellites. “The objects arrive 3,000 miles above the earth,” he told me. “The satellites pick them up as they come near the surface and go away the same manner they came in. Their infrared signature shows a level of energy fifteen times that of an aircraft carrier. But the data is so tightly classified no one wants to talk about it.” I wonder if those are really “our” UFOs, or natural phenomena of near space, still undiscovered, or even plain energy discharges.
August 19, 1989
I do not know what to do about Revelations. The phenomenon still looms large over us, but my research increasingly points to the fact that it’s not a recent problem. It relates to the deepest levels of our consciousness: it invokes forces drawn from history, from the depth of magic, beyond human life and its slavery to the time dimension.
At the same time the secret services of major nations keep feeding the Undercurrent for their own sordid purposes, simulating close encounters, using their puppets to spread stories of live aliens in Pentagon cellars, intimidating witnesses, covering up data and experiments, and expending big efforts to create confusion: Why are they doing this? Probably to hide some strategic operations and to take our attention away from their weapons development projects.
There is a striking contradiction here. If the phenomenon lurks in the deeper recesses of consciousness where nightmares reign and leprechauns roam, why is the military so frantically interested in its implications?
Returning to the bullet pointed parapolitical rundown of the twentieth century, the 80s were when things ‘go dark’ from a public perspective as all the toys are sent Deep Private and the Cold War winds down. And I think we see that with Dr Vallée’s record. But we also see that ‘dark’ isn’t exactly ‘pitch black’.
In the conclusion to the third volume, he observes that it was in the 80s that he realised several major governments were researching and weaponising UFO microwave and frequency effects. The was while he was working with and as a remote viewer: the tightly classified nature of the remote viewing work opened my eyes to the complexities of secrecy and the machinations it entailed.
Consciousness effects. Frequency -ie waveform physics we don’t publicly credit- effects and the clandestine building of reality distorting technology… all occurring in a more crowded universe than anyone expected.
History, then, is the Strangest Thing.