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originally posted by: The GUT
........the strong runner-up is something that includes psychological operations.
Let's explore the theory that the GB6 were a psychological experiment. Did someone "collect" and assign this group together? One or two of the Bentwater guys have suggested that very M.O. That is that certain personality types were identified and sent to the base, at the same time, as test subjects for whatever the heck was going on there. One Bentwaters guy specifically stated his suspicions and reasons for feeling he was personally "culled" and assigned there for some ulterior purpose. (Excellent thread by miraeman, btw: Rendlesham Forest…, A Christmas Story from 1980 - Can We ‘Let it Be’?
Along with his interest in Silva Mind Control, Davis also experienced odd dreams of a psychic nature. One of his earliest memories is of a ball floating in front of him when he was a child of six or seven.
With that in his background, one might think Davis was easily predisposed to believe in and experience the paranormal aspects of UFOs and alien contact.
I am a 100% disabled vet and a medically retired civil service person, I'm 46. Since this thread has started and a lot of question and some damn good info has appeared it has peaked my interest. Since I have time in my hand. One of the biggest thing is the inconsistentsies (sp) I was suppose facts we were given and how quickly it seemed to just disappeared from our minds. Nobody question it at the time, it just seemed to go away quickly. Things don't normally do that in a small Intel community were u have so many smart inquisitive people. Especially the analyst were critical thinking is one if there most important skills. The more we delve, the more inconsistent stuff seems to me. Let's keep this rolling, the more we learn, the more we are able to fit the pieces of the puzzle together for a bigger picture.
Augsburg was the home of two patrician families that rose to great prominence internationally, replacing the Medicis as Europe's leading bankers, the Fugger and the Welser families.
Since a time apparently in the 1970s, a number of individuals with extremely high security clearances, who were working on various aspects of the UFO phenomenon, began to interact with each other on a regular basis to pool the information each had from their highly-compartmented assignments. The objective was to coordinate data, see the big picture about UFOs and extraterrestrial contacts with Earth, and to use this privileged information pool to gain access to additional secret data, to understand the policies of the elite, hypersecret "Majestic-12" (MJ-12) UFO information-control and policy group, and to gain special influence through having this highly- privileged information.
This elite group of perhaps 14 individuals working in National Security assignments eventually gave themselves code-names, using mostly bird names. Collectively, they came to be called "The Aviary" (bird enclosure). A reader warning is in order: This affiliative network may exist as reported, or the accounts of this grouping may include disinformation generated by The Aviary themselves to obscure their membership.
The relationship of The Aviary to "MJ-12" [actually, SSG, the National Security Council's Special Studies Group] (ultimate UFO information control and policy) is murky. It is the estimate of more than one UFO researcher that there is some overlap in membership; meaning that SSG has quietly infiltrated The Aviary to keep tabs on it.
It has been reported by Dr. Michael Wolf, late of the SSG, that the MJ-12 Group is now designated as SSG, [Personal communication, 1999]. This hyper-classified group deals with the most sensitive compartmented information regarding Star Visitors, and is so covert a Special Access Program, that reportedly the President and Congress do not exercise control over SSG, and only know of its existence through indirect chsannels. www.drboylan.com...
originally posted by: hellboyz
a reply to: tetra50
Yes Augsburg has a rich history as far as the Army goes. It was in Bavaria, the southern part if Germany closest to then Soviet block countries and Russia itself. I was at work when the wall seperating east and west Germany came down. We were quite busy that night tracking units being moved around. We worked at a site 20 miles outside the city proper on Gablagen (sp) kerserna. We were bused out to the site from the barracks in Sheridan kasern. There was like a cluster of little bases within a couple miles of each other. It was not a big sprawling base. It was actually quite small. The antennae array and building can still bseen using Google earth. It is now non operational. According to legend Gab was an WW2 air strip. It was flooded during the day and drained an used at night. The barracks we lived in were W2 barracks, ours was a psych hospital complete with legends of ghost and underground tunnels. It was an intesresting place without the military presence. City was very old with a wall than surrounded the original city. They withstood several sieges during medieval times.
I am a 100% disabled vet and a medically retired civil service person, I'm 46. Since this thread has started and a lot of question and some damn good info has appeared it has peaked my interest. Since I have time in my hand. One of the biggest thing is the inconsistentsies (sp) I was suppose facts we were given and how quickly it seemed to just disappeared from our minds. Nobody question it at the time, it just seemed to go away quickly. Things don't normally do that in a small Intel community were u have so many smart inquisitive people. Especially the analyst were critical thinking is one if there most important skills. The more we delve, the more inconsistent stuff seems to me
As Ritzmann explained, there are actually many reasons the intelligence community might take an interest in manipulating circumstances and reports surrounding public perception of UFOs. Those reasons include but are by no means limited to:
- Leading global adversaries to fear extraordinary "UFOs" are actually advanced exotic US aircraft and weapons of which they are defenseless.
- Leading adversaries to fear UFOs may actually be alien spacecraft, of which any number of concerns should arise, including US officials have reverse engineered aspects of the craft and/or collaborated with the occupants to receive access to advanced technology.
- Leading adversaries to frustratingly conclude they have become confused about UFOs to the point of accepting they have virtually no idea what is flying around, who flies it or what its capabilities may be (not entirely unlike many members of the UFO community).
- Meme creation and tracking, which have been repeatedly demonstrated by agencies such as the USAF and DARPA to be prioritized and valued for psychological warfare reasons ranging from spreading dissent to manipulating superstitions.
- The use of public perception of the UFO phenomenon as cover for classified operations that have nothing to do with unexplained aerial phenomena, extraterrestrial life or anything of the kind.
Many more reasons could be listed with citations of confirmed examples.
Exploring the UFO Cover Up