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Remote viewing & UFOs : Stargate, Galactic Federation + the Aviary (CIA index + 92,010 PDF pages)

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posted on Jul, 8 2015 @ 01:19 PM
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Section F2 : Cash-Landrum sighting



Another high profile UFO incident which features in the remote viewing documents released by the CIA is the Cash-Landrum incident. This incident involved by a sighting on 29 December 1980 by Betty Cash, Vickie Landrum,and Colby Landrum near Huffman, Texas. This involves claims that numerous helicopters were apparently escorting a UFO, with Betty Cash and Vickie Landrum claiming to have suffered ill-health following the incident (which resulted in an unsuccessful lawsuit against the US Government).

This incident is Case 30 in my "Top 100" article, since it was referred to in 68 of the books covered by that article. This incident came fourth in an online poll conducted in March/April 2006 by Paul Kimball of “the UFO case with the ‘best evidence’ ever”. This incident has also featured in lists by various UFO researchers of the top UFO cases, including a list by James Carrion (former International Director of the Mutual UFO Network) of the “top 10 cases” in an interview in 2006 and a list of cases produced by Greg Bishop for the Fortean Times in 2007 as part of a survey of various researchers of the ten cases from 1947 onwards that interested them the most.

Curt Collins has made available a considerable number of resources relating to this incident on his Blue Blurry Lines blog, including the video below from an episode of “The Unexplained” broadcast on 9 July 1998, featuring interviews of Betty Cash, Vickie Landrum, and ufologist John Schuessler (author of the book “The Cash/Landrum UFO Incident”).



The remote viewing documents released by the CIA include a document relating to a session on 26 January 1988 looking into the “Cash-Landrum Object”:
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That document includes details of a remote viewing session entitled “Cash-Landrum Object”, in which the remote viewer was “GP” (i.e. Gabrielle Pettingell) and the interviewer was “ED” (i.e. Ed Dames – see Section G3 below). I’ll embed a few sample pages from this document below, for ease of reference.




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posted on Jul, 8 2015 @ 01:22 PM
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Section F3 : Carl Higdon’s sighting



E Carl Higdon claimed to have a close encounter while elk-hunting on 25 October 1974 on the north boundary of the Medicine Bow National Forest, Rawlins, Wyoming. Higdon claimed to encounter a humanoid being who introduced himself as “Ausso” wearing an outfit that Higdon claimed was “similar to a wet-suit scuba divers wear”. Ausso allegedly “levitated” a packet containing four pills over to Higdon and told Higdon to take one. “Ausso” then reportedly took Higdon for a ride in a spaceship to see an alien planet, including a colossal tower above that planet’s suface.

This incident is Case 64 in my "Top 100" article, since it was referred to in 45 of the books covered by that article.

I’ll embed below a page from one of the earliest discussions in the UFO literature regarding Carl Higdon’s claims, in the APRO Bulletin for March 1975. (I would include a link to that APRO Bulletin, but unfortunately ATS has banned links to the website which helpfully made those bulletins and other significant ufological resources available online…).



The remote viewing documents released by the CIA include several documents relating to a remote viewing session during 1987 looking into Carl Higdon’s claims see Document 1, Document 2, Document 3andDocument 4). Here are a few sample pages:






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posted on Jul, 8 2015 @ 01:22 PM
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Section F4 : Cattle mutilation



As those familiar with the UFO literature will know, several researchers have claimed some sort of link between cattle mutilations and UFOs – such as in the UFO documentary below:



The material released by the CIA includes a document regarding a remote viewing “advanced training” mission relating to the site of a cattle mutilation. The relevant document includes a newspaper extract relating to a cattle mutilation investigation by well-known researcher Gabe Valdez and a record of the attempt to remote view the relevant site.

I’ll embed images of the relevant 3 page document below, for ease of reference.





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posted on Jul, 8 2015 @ 01:23 PM
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Section F5 : "MARS, 1 MILLION BC"



The documents released by the CIA include several attempts to remote view Mars.

Attempts by remote viewers to study the Martian surface continue to attract some attention, such as the attempt conducted by the Farsight Institute in March 2010 discussed in their video embedded below:



The remote viewing documents released by the CIA include a rather unusual transcript. It relates to an attempt on 22 May 1984 to remote view various coordinates on Mars - 1 million years BC. That transcript includes discussion of a perception of a shadow of “very tall…thin” people “not there anymore”, wearing “some kind of strange clothes”.





The available information relating to the “Mars, 1 Million BC” remote viewing session is supplemented by the recollections of remote viewer Skip Atwater. Skip Atwater confirms on his website that the remote viewer in the relevant session was Joe McMoneagle, whom Skip Atwater refers to as “one of the best remote viewers in the government's STAR GATE program”. He states that he decided to “geographic coordinates of some unusual formations, possibly artificial structures, on the planet Mars” in one remote viewing session. The co-ordinates had been provided by Hal Puthoff (see Section H2 below) “some years earlier”. He states that Joe McMoneagle did not know the target details, nor did Bob Monroe of the Monroe Institute (who was present for the session). Skip Atwater’s account includes the following:



Bob listened carefully to Joe's intriguing descriptions of an ancient race of "very large people" and a cataclysmic disaster that caused them to abandon their home. At one point Joe was in telepathic contact with one of the Martians. During this deep-contact period Joe's skin-potential voltage (measured from finger electrodes) reversed polarity-crossing the zero or null point-indicating a discrete shift in perception.

After the session Bob and Skip debriefed Joe before revealing the contents of the sealed envelope. Joe reiterated his feeling of having been "a long way off" and that this session was very different than his previous remote-viewing experiences. Joe did a great job during this audit session.



The importance of this remote viewing for Joe McMoneagle (and the rest of us) extends far beyond the implications it may have for the exploration of the planet Mars in the 21st Century. Joe was able to extend his consciousness across millions of miles and millions of years (in terms of space/time reality). This must have had a tremendous impact on Joe's concept of self. He not only experienced his consciousness extending beyond the confines of his physical body, but also reaching across our solar system, spanning millennia, and bonding (telepathically?) with another being. If this is an example of what we as human beings are capable of, then just who are we?


Joe McMoneagle’s book includes a chapter entitled “Another World” which discusses remote viewing of the Face of Mars and other targets (see Chapter 16 of “Mind Trek”). In that chapter, he gives a relatively detailed account of the remote viewing session on 22 May 1984. McMoneagle then asks rhetorically whether “remote viewing produced irrefutable proof of the existence of aliens from Mars a million years ago” and says that the answer is “I don't know”. He goes on to comment that “It is just as likely that the information produced was collected directly from previous information published in reference to the Face on Mars” and that if one reads a book titled “The Face on Mars” by Randolfo Rafael Pozos, “nearly all of the information found in the remote viewing transcript can be located - except for THEY, the people”. However, he then concludes that he did believe that was a race of humanoids on Mars. He states:



I can believe there was a race of humanoids who fought for survival on neighboring Mars. I can believe they dispatched a lifeboat of some sort to seek out a place where they might flee. If they possessed the technology to build huge pyramids on the surface of Mars, even if it meant constructing them from existent mountains, then they most certainly might have had the ability to reach Earth. Unfortunately, I don't know this to be true.


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posted on Jul, 8 2015 @ 01:23 PM
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A number of the other remote viewing documents released by the CIA also relate to Mars.

For example, a document from 27 April 1987 relating to an attempt by “MR” (i.e. Mel Riley - see Section G10 below) to target Mars[/url] includes the following sketches. “ED” (i.e. Ed Dames, see Section G3 below) acted as interviewer in this session:
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A note within that document indicates that MR reported that the site consisted of a structure with “an object or device in the middle of it that exerts control over another object that is remote. The remote object appears to be out in space”.




Just a couple of days later, on 29 April 1987, the same pair were involved in another remote viewing session relating to Mars. The relevant document released by the CIA relating to that remote viewing session includes an impression of a “very tall” structure located in “a large city”.

In another document also dated 29 April 1987, details are given of another remote viewing session relating to Mars. This time, “ED” (i.e. Ed Dames, see Section G3 below) again acted as interviewer but the remote viewer was “PS” (i.e Paul Smith, see Section G11 below).

Another remote viewing session, on 19 May 1987, again targeted Mars. That session again involved “ED” (i.e. Ed Dames, see Section G3 below) again acting as interviewer and “PS” (i.e. Paul Smith) again as remote viewer.

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posted on Jul, 8 2015 @ 01:24 PM
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In yet another remote viewing document relating to a subsequent session relating to Mars, on 9 July 1987, “ED” (i.e. Ed Dames, see Section G3 below) again acted as interviewer and “PS” (i.e. Paul Smith) again acted as the remote viewing. The document refers to an “other wordly” culture.

Yet another document details another attempt, on 10 July 1987, to remote view Mars, again with “MR” (i.e. Mel Riley – see Section G10 below) as the remote viewer and with Ed Dames (see Section G3 below) again acting as the interviewer. The relevant document includes notes suggesting that the remote viewer stated he was seeing sun-tanned individuals wearing tunics with belts, “looks like Moses”.



A further document relating to yet further remote viewing session relating to Mars, on 20 May 1987, refers to “ED” (i.e. Ed Dames – see Section G3 below) yet again acted as interviewer. The remote viewer on this occasion was “CS”.

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posted on Jul, 8 2015 @ 01:24 PM
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Section F6 : "Galactic Federation Headquarters"



A contender for “best title” in any of the documents I’ve read released by the CIA is a remote viewing session document entitled "GALACTIC FEDERATION HEADQUARTERS (TRAINING)".

Not exactly a typical title within the CIA archives…

The remote viewer in the relevant session on was “MR” (i.e. Mel Riley – see Section G10 below) and the interviewer was “ED” (i.e. Ed Dames – see Section G3 below).

I’ve embedded a few pages from that document below, for ease of reference.





Jim Marrs discussed the relevant session in his IUFO presentation in 2011 – in the video below at 39 minutes 7 seconds onwards.





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posted on Jul, 8 2015 @ 01:24 PM
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Section F7 : "ET ACTIVITY AGAINST US PROGRAMS (TRAINING)"



The unusual titles of documents in the remote viewing material released by the CIA continues, with a document entitled "ET ACTIVITY AGAINST US PROGRAMS (TRAINING)".

That document relates to a remote viewing session on 15 May 1987.



A sample page from the document entitled "ET ACTIVITY AGAINST US PROGRAMS (TRAINING)" is embedded below.



Another document in the remote viewing material released by the CIA, entitled “ET Activities” relates to a remote viewing session on 9 November 1987. That session involved “ED” (i.e. Ed Dames – see Section G3 below) as the interviewer and “PS” (i.e. Paul Smith – see Section G11 below) as the remote viewer.

A sample page from that document is also embedded below.



Yet another document in the remote viewing material released by the CIA with a title relating to UFOs is a document entitled “Possible CEIII” (i.e. possibly Close Encounter of the Third Kind), relating to a session on 7 April 1987 involving “MR” (i.e. Mel Riley – see Section G10 below) as remote viewer and, yet again, “ED” (i.e. Ed Dames – see Section G3 below) as interviewer.



Similarly, another document in the remote viewing material released by the CIA dated 23 June 1987 is entitled TRAINING POSSIBLE UFO ENCOUNTER JUNE 87. That session involved “LB” (i.e. Lyn Buchanan – see Section G7 below) as the remote viewer and “ED” (i.e. Ed Dames – see Section G3 below).

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posted on Jul, 8 2015 @ 01:25 PM
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Section F8 : “Fleeting expression of a UFO”



A few of the remote viewing documents released the CIA have content which refer to UFOs, even though the title of the document does not give a hint of such content. For example, the CIA’s listing of titles refers to one document by the pretty unexciting name of “PROJECT 8908 SESSION NUMBER: 01 WRV VIEWER: 079”. The second page of that document, which relates to a Project Sun Streak remote viewing session on 2 March 1989, refers to the termination of the session after the remote viewer had “a last fleeting expression of a UFO and something associated with space surfaced as last expressions”.




posted on Jul, 8 2015 @ 01:25 PM
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Section F9 : Underwater "flying saucer"



Another remote viewing document released by the CIA containing an incidental reference to a possible UFO is a document relating to a session on 22 August 1988. The relevant document refers to the use of dowsing (yes, dowsing) to locate underwater targets, with one of the sketches made during the session being labelled “Flying Saucer”.



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posted on Jul, 8 2015 @ 01:25 PM
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Section F10 : "ET Bases"



“Description of personnel associated ‘ET’ Bases” is the intriguing title of one of the remote viewing document released by the CIA. The CIA files contain at least two copies of that document (here and here). That document details a remote viewing session on 28 January 1987 in which “MR” (i.e. Mel Riley - see Section G10 below) acted as the remote viewer and “ED” (i.e. Ed Dames – see Section G3 below) acted as the interviewer.

The “ET Bases” document refers to “Titan base” and bases at “Mt. Hayes” and “South America/Africa”. Understanding this document requires a bit of knowledge of the background in relation to another remote viewer (Pat Price – see Section G1 below) and also Skip Atwater (see Section G2 below), so I will return to this document in Section G2 below.



Incidentally, Gary Bekkum’s “Starpod” web” site has an article on this document. A sub-heading for that article states that this document “reveals how DIA ‘remote viewers’ spied on alleged extraterrestrial alien beings in the solar system and here on Earth”. However, the remainder of that article is a bit more careful to qualify relevant claims, e.g. the second paragraph begins “according to the report…”. I know it’s a bit boring of me, but I think that the inclusion of such qualifying language is absolutely essential when dealing with such highly controversial and unverified content – even if it is a government document. (Some members of the UFO community are extremely quick to disparage the quality and reasonableness of government reports relating to UFOs unless the document has some content supportive of their views…).


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posted on Jul, 8 2015 @ 01:25 PM
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Section G : The UFO Connection - UFO Sightings by Remote Viewers



Many of those involved in remote viewing projects for the military and intelligence agencies in the USA claim to have had UFO experiences at some point in their lives. Some of those purported experiences during remote viewing sessions, while some were not.

I outline below the claims made by some remote viewers relating to experiences with UFOs/aliens.

Quite a few of these individuals have given lectures to UFO conferences and/or featured in UFO books. Indeed, several of them have written books about their involvement in official remote viewing projects which also feature references to their purported UFO/alien experiences.

Some of the remote viewers imply that UFO showed in an interest because of their purported special abilities, others have implied (or stated) that their purported special abilities were a gift from aliens.

Jim Schnabel has commented that researching UFOs using remote viewing “might have seemed absurd, like trying to explain one magic trick with another” but added:



“remote viewing and ETs did appear to have some kind of weird attachment not just for Dames but for many others involved in the program. Sooner or later, they were always seen together".


I wonder if the apparently high level of UFO experiences among remote viewers simply arises from selection bias. Those that had had strange experiences which they believed involved aliens may be more inclined to have an interest in the paranormal (and vice versa). From reading about the backgrounds of some of those involved in the military remote viewing projects, it is clear that they became involved in those projects because of their known interest in the paranormal. Indeed, Jim Schnabel’s book “Remote Viewers” suggests that as far as SRI researchers were concerned, “the best way to find good psychics, if one was limited to asking questions in interviews, was to ask the interviewees whether they had any psychic experiences, or simply whether they believed in psi” (see page 15 of the Dell paperback edition). Books about the “paranormal” often include content about UFOs, while books about UFOs fairly often include material about the “paranormal”.


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posted on Jul, 8 2015 @ 01:26 PM
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Section G1 : Pat Price - alien bases on Earth



Pat Price was a former Burbank (California) police officer. He participated in several remote viewing experiments with Hal Puthoff (see Section H2 below) and others at SRI. SRI had funding from the CIA for some remote viewing experiments. According to Jim Schnabel’s book “Remote Viewers”, Hal Puthoff met Pat Price at a Scientology course in Los Angeles.

Many of you have probably seen the picture below showing (from left to right) Kit Green of the CIA (see Section H3 below), Pat Price and Hal Puthoff (see Section H2 below) smiling after a reportedly successful remote viewing experiment.



Russell Targ has also made available a similar photograph from 1974 showing (from left to right) Hal Puthoff (see Section H2 below), Russell Targ (see Section H14 below), Pat Price and Kit Green of the CIA (see Section H3 below).



Pat Price believed that UFOs flew into bases on Earth under several mountains, including Mount Hayes (in Alaska), Mount Perdido (in the Pyrenees), Mount Inyangani (in Zimbabwe) and Mount Ziel (in Australia).

According to an article by Cassandra Frost entitled “Remote Viewing Underground UFO Bases”, one day in 1973 “Price walked into Hal Puthoff's office, tossed a file on his desk and said 'You might be interested in these UFO bases.'” Hal Puthoff passed the same folder on to Skip Atwater (see Section G2) in the early '80's, saying 'You might be interested in this’”.

The relevant claims by Pat Price are summarised in Jim Schnabel’s book “Remote Viewers” at page 118 of the Dell paperback edition and are also outlined at 27 minutes 14 seconds onwards in Jim Marrs’ IUFO presentation in 2011 embedded below).



Jacques Vallee’s book “Forbidden Science” Volume 2 indicates that Vallee went to La Javie on a mountain road that stopped a few miles from a point that Pat Price had indicated to Vallee (as a result of Pat Price’s remote viewing) as a possible location for a UFO base. Vallee notes that “local people scoff at the idea of an undiscovered cave in the vicinity” (see entry for 31 July 1974).

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posted on Jul, 8 2015 @ 01:26 PM
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Very nice



posted on Jul, 8 2015 @ 01:27 PM
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Section G2 : Skip Atwater - Project 8200



Skip Atwater states on his own website that he was “was the Operations and Training Officer for the once highly classified U.S. Army Intelligence remote-viewing surveillance program”. That website includes details of Skip Atwater’s attempts to remote view alien bases on Earth while working for that remote viewing project.

According to Skip Atwater, he occasionally used targets that “had to do with extraterrestrials or unidentified flying objects (UFOs)” during training exercises. He has stated that none of these controversial challenge targets was “ever directed or approved by higher military authority”. Atwater has stated that, as the Operations and Training Officer, he had “sole authority on the use of these as training targets” and that the information resulting from these training sessions “was never officially reported and, presumably, has been destroyed in the years since the project was closed”.

Atwater has said that “more adventuresome folks” feel that since remote-viewing surveillance is “unbound by the constraints of time and space (as we understand them)” it is “the ideal technique for exploring the extraterrestrial and UFO realm”. He has stressed, however, that “several of these people have become overzealous and have forgotten that the information stream objectified by a remote viewer can be erroneous or valid or a mixture of both” and commented that “Remote viewers themselves are of little help in determining which”, which means that “such remote-viewing sessions may amount to nothing but folly”.

His website refers to Pat Price’s belief that extraterrestrial beings had established bases under the surface of the earth at four different geographical locations and the report of these findings to Hal Puthoff of SRI. Atwater states that “nearly a decade later” (in 1982) these locations were “(unofficially)” remote viewed by individuals working for the U.S. Army Intelligence remote-viewing project. He refers to this later effort as “Project 8200”.

Skip Atwater’s website includes details of relevant sessions. A screen-shot of part of the relevant summary is embedded below to illustrate that material/



Skip Atwater’s summary links to various videos in relation to the relevant remote viewing sessions, e.g. the one embedded below:



The remote viewing document regarding Mars 1 million years BC referred to in Section F10 above should be seen in the context of these previous sessions and claims.

According to an article by Cassandra Frost entitled “Remote Viewing Underground UFO Bases”, one of Puthoff’s colleagues called Australia’s CIA station chief to ask if anything unusual was going on down there and was told “'No, this is a dead assignment, nothing is going on other than all those UFO's flying around Mt. Ziel”.

Jim Marrs’ IUFO presentation in 2011 embedded in Section G1 above includes a discussion of Skip Atwater claims regarding remote viewing of ET bases on Earth from about 28 minutes 20 seconds onwards. Jim Marrs refers (refers at 30 minutes 45 seconds into his presentation) to Skip Atwater making a presentation in 1998 at the 7th International UFO Congress about the confirmation of Pat Price’s remote viewing of 4 alien bases on Earth. (Jim Marrs also includes in his presentation a new release in relation to that presentation, embedded below).



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posted on Jul, 8 2015 @ 01:27 PM
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Section G3 : Ed Dames - Early public link between UFOs and remote viewing



As outlined below, Ed Dames was giving talks at UFO conferences about remote viewing aliens by 1992.

While the fact that Ed Dames was a member of the US Army’s remote viewing project is clear, the extent and nature of that role is one of the many controversies surrounding Ed Dames.

Ed Dames is a colourful and controversial figure within the remote-viewing community and also the UFO community. He is well known for making sensational claims, particularly on Art Bell’s radio shows. (He is sometimes referred to as “Dr Doom”)

Several pages of the undervalued “UFO Watchdog” website refer to numerous alleged failed predictions by Ed Dames.



Ed Dames has a Facebook page that continues to publish regular predictions of “coming global catastrophes”. He also continues to appear on the Coast to Coast AM radio show discussing his predictions, including in the video embedded below:



Ed Dames also has a slightly more restrained remote viewing website on which he refers to himself as “the world's foremost remote viewing teacher, and creator of Technical Remote Viewing”.

The files released by the CIA include an article from the “Army Times” dated 1 February 1993 describing claims by Ed Dames regarding “strand alien machines going underground in the desert” and “mental abductions” in which “aliens enter the minds of earthlings for hours”. That article refers to Ed Dames starting a company called Psi Tech in 1989 and claiming that Psi Tech had “compiled evidence of mental abductions”. Dames reportedly claimed that Roswell was a “mental abduction”, in which “aliens orchestrated the crash in the minds of the witnesses, using highly technical methods to create an illusion in their brains. Neither bodies nor debris every existed …”.




posted on Jul, 8 2015 @ 01:28 PM
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Jim Marrs’ book “Psi Spies” states that in a public speech at the Treat (“Treatment and Research of Experienced Anomalous Trauma”) IV Conference in Atlanta in early 1992 “then-Army Captain Ed Dames spoke about UFOs, detailing in no uncertain terms what they were, where they came from, and where they were going”. Interestingly, Marrs added that “During his talk he was flanked by Col. John Alexander ... and Maj. Gen. Albert Stubblebine ...” (see page 11 of the New Page Books paperback edition).

An article entitled “TREAT SPEAKER TURNS HEADS” by Carolyn Duce-Ashe in “UFO Magazine” in 1993 (UFO magazine 28 Vol 8, No. 3 1993) refers to an appearance of Ed Dames at the Treat V Conference in early 1993 (at which other speakers included John Alexander and Major General Stubblebine). That article includes the following:



Ed Dames of PSI-TECH, Inc. discussed his method of remote viewing and outlined the history of his company's work. It was in the Q&A session following his presentation that he had us open-mouthed and enthralled. I posed the first question---- We've heard rumors of a big UFO event predicted to happen in New Mexico in August. "No," said Dames, "not in August. Between now and August. Something may happen very soon at a site in northern New Mexico." "How soon?" someone asked. "It could happen in the next few months," he said. Then Dames began to tell us a bizarre tale involving a colony of hibernating aliens. Apparently PSI-TECH had a contract to remotely view an orbiting platform belonging to the U.S. in which something was seen "coming in over our shoulders."

Dames and his team were amazed to see these objects "land in location in northern New Mexico." Subsequently, a second site was located, also in New Mexico. Some interaction may have occurred with aliens, which led to the participation of important scientists. All this was picked up by PSI-TECH's remote viewing specialists. Dames said that these hibernating aliens were originally a dying species on a wasted planet where there was much hunger and violence. After most of them had died, suddenly "the skies filled with UFOs" Entities controlling these UFOs took females and hybrid children and put them in a "goop," as he called it, and kept them in a location" not that far from earth." Was it the moon or Mars? No one thought to ask. The ideal was to move them here (earth), but it couldn't be done before now because humans "would have responded with pitchforks," remonstrated Dames.

He further stated that these aliens have been conditioning earth to accept their presence. He denied that the conditioning process is a government program. "Is it kinda like the 'Alien Nation' scenario?" a friend of mind queried tentatively. Very similar, Dames responded. "If you want to understand something about what's going on here in New Mexico, go watch 'Alien Nation,'" he advised.


PSI-TECH has been discussed at some length elsewhere, e.g. by George Hansen in his book “The Trickster and the Paranormal”. In that book, George Hansen wrote about the claims made by Ed Dames in April 1992 in Atlanta at TREAT IV that remote-viewing data “indicated that there were cities on Mars, that various kinds of extraterrestrial aliens were visiting underground caverns on earth, and that Psi Tech would locate Mozart’s grave”. Hansen states that “Dames spoke of angelic and extraterrestrial beings … Dames later publicly predicted that a nest of pregnant extraterrestrial alien hybrid women would emerge from a cavern in New Mexico in late summer of 1993”. George Hansen commented that the “continuing public association” of General Stubblebine and Colonel John Alexander with Ed Dames “enhanced the seriousness of his claims” while some thought that the “Psi Tech people had lost all capacity for rational analysis”.



posted on Jul, 8 2015 @ 01:28 PM
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Ed Dames had been interested in UFOs, bigfoot and the paranormal since childhood (see Jim Schnabel 's book "Remote Viewers" at pages 290-291 and at pages 355-356). Jim Schnabel's book "Remote Viewers" suggests (at pages 350-353) that Ed Dames ran remote viewers against his own targets “under the guise of advanced training”, at least partly in an attempt for the remote viewers “to keep busy” when the remote viewing program “drifted in the margins of the intelligence community” and “the rate of operational taskings dwindled”. Schnabel commented that “Dames seemed to assume that verification was unnecessary” and that by the early 1990s Dames “would be claiming that CRV enabled virtually infallible 'direct knowledge' of almost anything out there in the space-time Matrix”. According to Schnabel, Dames would later refer to the resulting corpus of work on of anomalous incidents and paranormal phenomena as 'The Enigma Files'".

Ed Dames can be heard in a teleph one conversation tape recorded by Armen Victorian (Armen Victorian is a colourful character mentioned in Section H4 below).

Jon Ronson commented in his book “The Men Who Stare at Goats” that “Ed Dames was an atypical military psychic spy” since “most of Ed’s colleagues in the secret unit at Fort Meade spent their time psychically viewing extremely boring things, mostly map coordinates” while Ed Dames “was psychically concluding that the Loch Ness Monster was the ghost of a dinosaur” (see page 105 of the Picador paperback edition).

However, as this page has hopefully made clear, Ronson’s comment is misleading it is intended to imply that only Ed Dames was interested in such exotic targets. Attempts to remote view UFOs and extraterrestrials were not limited to Ed Dames alone.

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posted on Jul, 8 2015 @ 01:29 PM
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Section G4 : Uri Geller – Powers from Spectra



Uri Geller probably needs little introduction. He is well known internationally as being a self-proclaimed psychic and for his performances of spoon-bending.

I need hardly point out that Uri Geller’s claims (including his spoon-bending) are highly controversial, with various people having claiming to have detailed how Uri Geller actually performs his feats. See, for example, the video below by one of Uri Geller’s best known critics - James Randi. (Randi himself features in a number of documents within the remote viewing material released by the CIA, mainly newspaper and magazine articles relating to him).



Possibly somewhat less well known are Geller’s involvement in research with the CIA and SRI into remote viewing and claims that he received his purported abilities from a computer on a spaceship.

Some of you may be surprised by the number of references to Uri Geller in the remote viewing documents released by the CIA. A quick search found over 2,300 references to “Geller” in that material (which includes internal reports, newspaper articles and other material).



The remote viewing documents released by the CIA include a SRI report on an experiment in August 1973 “to verify Geller’s apparent paranormal perception under carefully controlled conditions”. That report concluded:



As a result of Geller’s success in this experimental period, we consider that he has demonstrated his paranormal perceptual ability in a convincing and unambiguous manner.




(Prominent UFO skeptic Robert Sheaffer has commented that the SRI’s team’s “loosey-goosey 'validation' of Uri Geller's magic powers has been soundly criticized”).




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