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Originally posted by IsaacKoi
I got around to typing up a fairly long note of relevant references to discussions of various members of the Aviary in a document when I was looking into Aviary issues a year or two ago. I'll try to dig that document out soon.
I'd really recommend to help gain an insight into relevant personalities is Jim Schnabel's "Remote Viewers: The Secret History of America's Psychic Spies". It is on Amazon at:
Also, I'd have to bother Mark Pilkington and a few others again since I've identified some significant gaps in the material I've obtained so far and would need to follow up on those items. Have you been in touch with Mark, or Caryn Anscomb? I keep meaning to contact her but haven't got around to it yet.
...I do not know what the Police Officer's view was -- and he may not care if his emails are made public.
I do. I take assurances of confidentiality seriously, especially to and from Federal Officers, State Officers, and myself.
Originally posted by Eidolon23
reply to post by Bangle
Sorry, I tend to get a little loose with my pronouns at times.
I wasn't addressing board members, I was using a rhetorical device to comment on the subjects of the OP.
Originally posted by fulllotusqigong
Jacques Vallée, one of the first to research the covert manipulation of the UFO scenario by official agencies, concluded: “someone is going to an awful lot of trouble to convince the world that we are threatened by beings from outer space.”8 But how does this fit in with his Magonian hypothesis? Vallée presented his most explicit statement of the big picture in the storyline of his 1996 novel Fastwalker (written with Tracy Tormé): a powerful group of human conspirators know that the UFO phenomenon is created by entities from a parallel world, but they aim to convince world leaders and the global population of the existence of ‘aliens’ – and then position themselves as the world’s go-betweens. Which is basically our own view of the case of the Council of Nine: they have the stamp of the Ultraterrestrial all over them – clowns, conmen and cosmic jokers – but there is also the pernicious presence of very human agencies lurking in the background. The joke is on all those who follow the Ultraterrestrials, however they choose to manifest themselves or however their human allies choose to present them to us. But, as history has shown, it may be no laughing matter.
So this Prince and Picknett article you linked indirectly was new to me
So you think that qigong is valid for health practice but doesn't enable contact with spiritual powers that are miraculous?
O.K. I did see real ghosts from my qigong practice...