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originally posted by: ctj83
a reply to: coursecatalog
I'd suggest the following.
- Dr Pasulka was introduced by Jeff Kripal to this topic
- He took her to a UFO event at Eselan
- Vallee got back into material ufology more than he had done in 3 decades after discovering the classified Sierra 1 and 2 debris sites
- Dr Pasulka and who I assume is Dr Nolan, were taken by "Tyler" to a crash site in New Mexico that is not "Roswell" but also according to Tyler matches the rough geography of X Files series 10 episode 1, Roswell Crash. Could it be that "not Roswell" means not the ranch or Corona site, but a third site associated?
- What are the chances that Sierra 1 & 2 are classified and also that Tylers crash site in NM is classified?
originally posted by: The GUT
originally posted by: Willtell
It all may reach back to the granddaddy of all of this-- Puharich and the NINE.
Which--synchronistically enough--brings us back to Esalen.
The Council of Nine
Now, Harman's book, "Global Mind Change," as it was published in 1977 in the UK, is instructive about the world view in which Ira Einhorn was dabbling. In Stephen Levy's book, a passing reference is made to Einhorn's visit to San Francisco and Palo Alto, where Levy says Einhorn met with Dr. Jack Sarfatti and with Dr. Jacques Vallee, both of whom were actively at work on what eventually became the Internet. Einhorn was, characteristically, very excited about the "global neural net" the Internet would be, as Ira considered himself a "planetary enzyme," allegedly working on behalf of what he at the time may have believed were "off-planet intelligences" of the sort described by Puharich and his protege, Israeli psychic Uri Geller, with whom Ira had contacts, as Levy again documents. What is ironic about Puthoff's monography is that it "outed" the CIA's manager, Kit Green, whether inadvertantly or not. The same photograph that Puthoff used in his SSE paper ran in Jim Schnabel's book, "Remote Viewers." But Schnabel had identified Kit Green by his cover identity, "Richard Kennett," as well as identifying Puthoff and Pat Price. What will Einhorn say about his contacts with Green-aka-Kennett? (Spelling of "Kennett" uncertain; my copy not right here.) The Puharich and "Council of Nine" link to rich New Agers is the part of Ira's story that NOBODY is interested in having come out. But it is the most interesting part, for which there is ample documentation in print (although obscure by the media today), and which threads a trail across thirty or more years into the salons of the "elite." And the Puharich thread ties many high-profile people with New Age links into this, from Shirley MacLaine to current Rep. Dennis Kucinich (D-OH) and "active others." Most current "players" in the fringe fields of psychic "remote viewing" and "ET/UFO" cadres are retired intelligence and military operatives, some working for rich patrons having a most disturbing (perhaps "disturbed," but I'm not qualified to diagnose ;-) world view about Earth and its future. It was here Einhorn found himself and made a lot of noise which the elites, who at the time controlled some intelligence agencies, did not appreciate. They are not "The Government!" They work "beyond the fringe." According to Schnabel, these people and their world view troubled journalists of the day like Leon Jaroff, science editor at Time magazine, who wrote to discredit them and the work at SRI, Schnabel reports. Schnabel footnotes in his book that some of the folks like Jaroff saw similarities in the "New Age" underpinnings of what the SRI folks were dabbling in with the underlying "New Age" pseudoscience that held so much fascination with the Nazis like Himmler and major Teutonic backers of Hitler. Many of these operators, including those in the DIA and Army intelligence, are still "players" along the fringes of "The Weird" and are certainly not "government." Many seem to be working on the payrolls of powerful former "Cold War" elitists, who have their own odd visions of the New Age and their respective roles "running the world." Again, ample evidence that this milieu exists and still exerts considerable influence, enough to allow a jury to reach a considered opinion that there is more to Einhorn than what the Maddux family and the Philly DA (and LOTS of "others") will portray. Remember this: Justice doesn't only apply to those personalities we admire or like. If Einhorn is railroaded, or if the media "lynchings" under way by CNN and MSNBC do not provoke a challenge, then whoever "They" are protecting will only grow stronger and we, as freedom-loving people, will be further estranged from our civil liberties. It is irrelevant how I as a journalist think about Einhorn or my own "feelings" about what or who he may be. There are a lot of "you" out there, on this list, who know a LOT but who, for whatever reasons, are allowing Einhorn to "hang alone." But for more than fifteen years "some of us" have been watching, not to "free Ira," or to validate him or his philosophy, but to FREE OURSELVES from the clutches of crazed oligarchs in search for their own "Stargate" and revelation by which they seek to shape Earth in the future. There's lots more, but let's see who may be interested. Who'll go first? Dick Farley Washington, DC USA