posted on May, 15 2012 @ 10:06 AM
Originally posted by And Why
OK, now back on topic. The remote viewing techniques that were developed and used during the Operation Stargate were/are Scientology techniques.
Here's a timeline
Psychic influencing. Psycic spying is also called remote viewing or in Scientology terms exteriorization, and psycic influencing is
called mind control.
Looking into this, it seems that some of the key figures in the now-well-documented effort (called at different times "STARGATE" (I'm not
making this up!!), "GRILL FLAME", and "SCANATE" were in fact Scientologists - and in fact were OT VII's, including the project's director at the
Stanford Research Institute, Dr. Hal Puthoff, and one of his most successful "viewers", Ingo Swann....it's hard to figure out how former NSA
official Puthoff manged to get to OT VII if there wasn't a secret agreement (e.g. a conspiracy) between Scientology and the Federal
Government....Did this apparent unrevealed conspiracy between Scientology and the goveernment to develop "remote viewing" have anything to do with
the land swap at Trementina or the truly-mysterious tax settlement in 1992?
The details on the tax deal, the land swap, and the underground bunker are all in the
I can't let this pass.
Too bad the extensively documented website is now 404'd but this concept that Ingo Swann's CRV method (and by implication remote viewing as a field)
is, if not "straight out Scientology", then definitey rooted in Scientology is baseless.
I find this effort to create a conspiracy, a dark and secret linkage between the origins of remote viewing (which, let's face it, is nothing new -
It's simply "traveling clairvoyance" under a new name) to be similar to to McCarthyism's efforts to create a Communist conspiracy in the 1950s.
They've also ignored the fact that Ingo Swann's methods, which they seem to believe were a product of Scientology, have had absolutely ZERO
scientific documentation in terms of any sort of superiority. In fact, the research leans the OPPOSITE way. The research demonstrates that
self-developed methods are the most accurate, the most reliable.
Over the twenty or so years that the government's RV program was in operation, there were literally 100s of people involved in it. But since they
have no link to Scientology, they aren't written about in that time line now 404'd. The program seems to have gone on for a long, long time with no
Scientologists on-board. And today's single best RVer in the world is no Scientologist. Could it possibly be that Scientology has no bearing
whatsoever on RV? Or is that the kind of common sense that's too easily dismissed?
One last point. Tom Cruise can't RV. OK, that's supposed to be funny.