posted on Nov, 7 2008 @ 01:03 PM
However, the RTO was in actuality a front for military paranormal research, and Puharich was a researcher involved in MK-ULTA, the code name for the
intelligence community’s research into '___'. MK-ULTRA’s top man was Sydney Gottlieb, a former German scientist brought over by Operation
Paperclip. Gottlieb was friends with Hal Puthoff, who was director of SRI and funded the RTO. SRI was in control of a military think-tank called the
JASON Group (the majority of scientist’s in JASON are on the CFR), a top researcher of which at the time was one Luis Alveraz. Alveraz had an
interesting career: he used the Zapruder film to determine that Oswald was the lone assassin. Years earlier, he sat on the Robertson Panel, which
“debunked UFOs”. Other members of this panel include Frederick Durant, who worked at Bell Aviation with Paperclip scientist Walter Dorenberger
Arthur Young, and Michael Paine. Also on the Panel was Samuel Goudsmit, who was a supervisor to Operation Alsos, a subdivision of the Manhattan
Project which focused on German nuclear research and was closely connected to Paperclip.
One person involved with the Nine scenario with Young and Puharich was a SRI employee/mystic James Hurtak, who in the 1980s was the biggest proponent
of the “Nazi UFO” story, claiming that aliens bestowed them with military technology. To me this sounds like disinformation, given the ties to
Paperclip. Connecting Nazi technology to outrageous stories would definitely be the best way to get people to discredit the core ideas, and thus, a
cover up is achieved.
The whole Council of Nine scenario, though being a military experiment in disinfo, is based on the ideas of Theosophy and Ordo Templi Orientis, an
occult based secret society with an emphasis on “sexual magick”. In pre-WWII Germany, the OTO were in close contact with the Thule Society, an
occult organization whose members formed the Deutsche Arbeiterpartie, which Adolf Hitler turned into the Nazi party. Allegedly, there was a hidden
order deep inside the Thule Society, called the ‘Vril Society”, or as German rocket scientist Willy Ley called it, “The Society of Truth”.
“The Vril Society” was based on the ideas found in a book by Edward Bulwyer-Lyntonn, called “Vril: The Power of the Coming Race”. This book
describes a race of superior people, which would be one the inspiration for Hitler’s Aryan Race, and “Vril”, an “all-permeating fluid”. In
1896, a Theosophist named William Scott Elliot wrote a book called “Atlantis and the Lost Lemuria” which spoke of the lost civilizations
possessing the ability of ancient flight, with aircrafts powered by Vril. These stories and beliefs perhaps prompted influence on the Nazi’s
research into things such as the Bell.
The OTO became large in post-war America as well, particularly in California. The largest OTO temple in California was located at Mount Palomar, where
a scientist named Jack Parsons was a high-initiate. Parson, who was connected to Operation Paperclip, was a founding member of the Jet Propulsion Lab,
the prototype of NASA. He was close friends of Aleister Crowley, and conducted a series of magickal rites with him called the “Babalon Working”.
Present at these rituals was L. Ron Hubbard, the future founder of Scientology who had infiltrated the OTO on behalf of Naval Intelligence, who were
worried about the amount of rocket scientists who were entering this order. Strangely, occult researcher James Shelby Downard claims that at the Mt.
Palomar Observatory, there was a group of high ranking CIA officials who “worship” the star of Sirius. Now, Aleister Crowley had created an
“inner circle” of the OTO, called the “A.A.”, or “Argentum Astrum”, the “Order of the Silver Star”. He states that the Silver Star is
none other than Sirius, and the symbol of the order, the Eye in the Pyramid, is also a symbol of Sirius.