posted on Mar, 8 2010 @ 08:46 PM
My first Exposure to this facility was while stationed in San Diego
Information - financial, administrative, statistical, technical - is the lifeblood of the modern world. For the U.S. Navy's tactical commanders at
sea, information can well mean the difference between victory and defeat, life and death. Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center Pacific (SSC
Pacific) is responsible for development of the technology to collect, transmit, process, display and, most critically, manage information essential to
successful military operations. The Center develops the capabilities that allow decision-makers of the Navy, and increasingly of the joint services,
to carry out their operational missions and protect their forces.
Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center Pacific (SSC Pacific) is the U.S. Navy's research, development, test and evaluation, engineering and fleet
support center for command, control and communication systems and ocean surveillance.
Now what is significant about why I posted this...
Spa War Navy
Navy dolphins may be deployed: Did secret ESP research involve them?
Navy SEAL officer's report on 'remote viewing' urges 'transcendent' intelligence
There are many others.
What you need to know...
Secret government work Puthoff was once a United States Navy officer who was assigned to the National Security Agency (NSA), later
becoming a civilian employee. Following a sabbatical at Stanford University to obtain his Ph.D., he joined SRI International where in
1972, together with Russell Targ, he founded a then-highly-classified, now-highly-publicised "remote viewing" program, originally called Project
SCANATE, finally STAR GATE, which was funded over its two-decade-plus history by the CIA, DIA, and various military organizations
The man of note who helped create it was a Naval Officer... Most of the ones listed where army personnel.
The facility, the main one listed is on the map. Two roads go around this facility.
What isnt on the map is the second site also in san diego. It is an unmarked base and you can walk past it and never noticed it. I found it because of
the faded blue line outside and dropping someone off later. You cross it your in the feds playground...
What I want to tie together is the fact that the Navy never lets the other branches run a program and not have one of its own.
My other reason for this facility is this.
I woke from a dead sleep while I was down there. I could feel there minds at work and it was at the building with no visible markings.
Do any of yall know anything else of note about Spa War