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posted on Sep, 19 2012 @ 05:44 PM
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Anyone who doesn't feel the magnetic brain bliss from the Equinox is already mind-controlled.

Modern society lacks yoga so as Gurdjieff says -- people are ruled by their Kundabuffer. Gurdjieff stated that the dominant life on Earth has to help the Moon spiritually grow as the Moon controls life on Earth through electrochemical energy.

Modern society is based on Solar left-brain mathematics that cuts off the brain from the pineal gland Moon connection.


Dude, yes, you've got it, already. You are 'preaching to the choir' as they say.

Weird as you are (
) and despite the fact that you often come off as a block of text, you have found your people; welcome.

I know how nice it is to find folks you can get along with so I am excited for you...



Now let's get on with it, we've got apple carts to kick over.



X.




posted on Sep, 21 2012 @ 12:06 AM
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I have to hand it to you, Tis a grand conspiracy you weave !!!








posted on Sep, 21 2012 @ 12:49 AM
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These days, with Facebook and Twitter and social media galore, it can be increasingly hard to tell who your “friends” are.

But after this, Internet users would be well advised to ask another question entirely: Are my “friends” even real people?

In the continuing saga of data security firm HBGary, a new caveat has come to light: not only did they plot to help destroy secrets outlet WikiLeaks and discredit progressive bloggers, they also crafted detailed proposals for software that manages online “personas,” allowing a single human to assume the identities of as many fake people as they’d like.

The revelation was among those contained in the company’s emails, which were dumped onto bittorrent networks after hackers with cyber protest group “Anonymous” broke into their systems.

In another document unearthed by “Anonymous,” one of HBGary’s employees also mentioned gaming geolocation services to make it appear as though selected fake persons were at actual events.

“There are a variety of social media tricks we can use to add a level of realness to all fictitious personas,” it said.

Government involvement

Eerie as that may be, more perplexing, however, is a federal contract (PDF) from the 6th Contracting Squadron at MacDill Air Force Base, located south of Tampa, Florida, that solicits providers of “persona management software.”

www.rawstory.com...


From the ever brilliant, gutsy, and righteous mama of truth burntheships: Army of Fake Social Media Friends to Promote Propaganda

And from the balls-out Big Guy himself:

Revealed: Air Force ordered software to manage army of fake virtual people

Goodnight, Dimensional Detective, wherever you are, brother-man.



posted on Sep, 21 2012 @ 12:54 AM
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Tis a grand conspiracy you weave !!!


Well, I know, that's the problem right?

I mean, we don't really want to participate in this game of 'add on', you know? The ideas come from a place of wanting to deconstruct their prime narratives but it does seem that we have just jumped in to the strange loop with both feet, and now we are part of it.

I am really happy that you seem to have enjoyed it in some way, though.

And I really need to add that if at any time my posts have brought any clarity at all to this thread it is the result of more than just me figuring stuff out. I'm not that smart.

Thanks again, I sincerely appreciate that you have found your way to TG's thread.



X.

P.S.



“Anyone entrusted with power will abuse it if not also animated with the love of truth and virtue no matter whether he be a prince or one of the people.”


Amen, Brother. So friends and I have been talking. What would you do if you had the window into humanity provided by a database supported and driven by powerful, natural language processing software and heuristics engines all running on a massively parallel computing platform? Imagine the power.

X2
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posted on Sep, 21 2012 @ 01:09 AM
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Originally posted by Xoanon
And I really need to add that if at any time my posts have brought any clarity at all to this thread it is the result of more than just me figuring stuff out. I'm not that smart.

Thanks again, I sincerely appreciate that you have found your way to TG's thread.



X

Humility and BIG brains. You're a keeper, X. That's from the very bottom of my heart. Eidy too. I smell power couple. HEY, I'm just sayin'.



posted on Sep, 21 2012 @ 01:44 AM
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Originally posted by Xoanon
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Tis a grand conspiracy you weave !!!


Well, I know, that's the problem right?

I mean, we don't really want to participate in this game of 'add on', you know? The ideas come from a place of wanting to deconstruct their prime narratives but it does seem that we have just jumped in to the strange loop with both feet, and now we are part of it.

I am really happy that you seem to have enjoyed it in some way, though.

And I really need to add that if at any time my posts have brought any clarity at all to this thread it is the result of more than just me figuring stuff out. I'm not that smart.

Thanks again, I sincerely appreciate that you have found your way to TG's thread.



X.

P.S.



“Anyone entrusted with power will abuse it if not also animated with the love of truth and virtue no matter whether he be a prince or one of the people.”


Amen, Brother. So friends and I have been talking. What would you do if you had the window into humanity provided by a database supported and driven by powerful, natural language processing software and heuristics engines all running on a massively parallel computing platform? Imagine the power.

X2
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You posts are always enlightening, and thought provoking. The kind of Posters,and postings that make ATS what it is. The Gut, brought me this way, actually. He said you have to read this.....

Glad I did.

Sometimes I just read, and sometimes I jump in. I Just had to say thanks.





posted on Sep, 21 2012 @ 07:44 AM
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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.


Hello again.

Shortly after posting the above in a message early in this thread, I tried to look for those fairly long notes regarding the Aviary. Unfortunately, I wasn't able to find a copy on my current computers. I dug out the old laptop I used (I think) at the time of typing up notes on the Aviary a few years ago and was probably the computer used when writing those notes. Unfortunately, I was not able to get that laptop to work. I wasn't even able to boot that laptop up in "safe mode" - it just kept crashing while booting up. A day or two later, my home telephone and broadband was disconnected and my telecoms company seemed unable to get it and running again for two whole weeks (for reasons the large number of people I complained to were unable to explain).

It's a good job I'm not posting these coincidences on a conspiracy forum where some members might give them more significance than they deserve. Oh, hang on...


By the way, various members of the Aviary have written books and articles about ufology. Some are easy to obtain (and I have several of them), while some are a bit harder to purchase. In relation to the latter, I have recently contacted C B Scott Jones and obtained his permission to upload a scanned copy of his book "Phoenix in the Labyrinth" to a free file storage website. It contains the text of a collection of lectures by C B Scott Jones. It is difficult to obtain via second-hand book sellers (including Amazon, Abebooks etc) but I am seeking to arrange that scanning at the moment.

As many of you probably know, C B Scott Jones has been discussed in several books and on quite a few websites in the context of "the Aviary" (being referred to in those discussions as "Chickadee" and/or the infamous "Falcon") and his work as an aide to Senator Pell. Relevant webpages include:
www.bibliotecapleyades.net...
www.veritasradio.com...
www.raven1.net...

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posted on Sep, 21 2012 @ 11:12 AM
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Isaac,

They make a usb HD rig with IDE and SATA connections that you can use to retrieve data. The one I have is called "NewerTechnology" USB 2.0 universal drive adapter. About $25. MAC Win & Linux compatible.

My gf dropped her laptop down concrete stairs. The connector to the HD was ripped from the mb. I hooked it up and was still able to save 95% of her pics, and other important info before the disk gave up the ghost and became totally unreadable.

I used this rig several times since, especially on un-bootable disks.
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posted on Sep, 21 2012 @ 12:19 PM
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Watching the vid now. Thank you kindly, Isaac. I look forward to reading the book once scanned.

Listening to C.B. Scott Jone's bio now in the linked vid--it's so long and pretty darn impressive-- that it takes two of 'em to read it. Computer Psychocorrection is mentioned.

That there was/is real government interest in psychocorrection keeps popping it's head up when looking at some of these folk. The Janet Morris listed below, of course, is the same one who turns up with Col. John B. Alexander and non-lethal warfare subjects.

The fourth paragraph below--which I haven't vetted yet--is interesting, if true, and germane to this thread as well as evoking items from the TIGER study and DARPA's The Neurobiology of Narratives.

Dr. Igor Smirnov


Smirnov has been characterized in the media as a Rasputin-like character with "almost mystical powers of persuasion". According to his wife Rusalkina, the Soviet military enlisted Smirnov's psychotechnology in the 1980s to combat the Mujahideen and treat post-traumatic stress syndrome in Russian soldiers during the war in Afghanistan.

Smirnov's background included military research, and the care of drug addiction and mental illness. He founded the Psychotechnology Research Institute at the Peoples' Friendship University of Russia to work on ideas like "psychocorrection", a term he used to denote the use of subliminal messages to alter a subject's will, or even modify a person's personality without their knowledge.[1]

The Institute caught the attention of Chris Morris and Janet Morris who were reportedly attempting to sell technology to the United States military. The FBI consulted Smirnov regarding the Waco Siege in 1993. Smirnov proposed blasting scrambled sound over loudspeakers to persuade David Koresh to surrender, however the FBI declined the plan. Smirnov died in November 5, 2004, leaving his wife to run the Institute.[1][2]

In May 2009, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security announced plans to award a contract for testing of an airport screening system based partly on Smirnov's concepts to ManTech SRS Technologies in association with Northam Psychotechnologies, a Canadian company acting as distributor for the Psychotechnology Research Institute.[1]

en.wikipedia.org...(scientist)

Janet Morris

From Defense News January 11-17, 1993, p 29:

In a Dec. 15 interview, [Janet] Morris said she and the Richmond, Va-based International Healthline Corp. have briefed senior U.S. intelligence and Army officials about the Russian Capabilities, which Morris said could include hand-held devices for purposes of special operations, crowd control and antipersonnel actions. Healthline Corp. is evaluating Russian health care technologies and will underwrite Russian demonstrations in the United States.

"We talked about using this to screen and prepare special operations personnel for extremely difficult missions and ways in which this could be integrated {?} for psychological operations," Morris said.


Thanks, too, Isaac for suggesting Remote Viewers: The Secret History of America's Psychic Spies. I've culled some interesting items from it that I'll be elaborating on here and elsewhere soon.

Psychocorrection--or mind-control if you will--may sound like conspira-fiction, and who knows what efficacy it may or may not have, but it's certainly a subject that has been taken seriously:

Effect of combined psychocorrection on dynamics of pain syndrome and psychological status of patients with spinal osteochondrosis

Varied and mysterious computer problems that stymied your service you say, Isaac? You're right. Probably nothing. Like some of my mysterious issues including email delivery problems on this very subject. It'd be cuckoo of me to think otherwise.


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posted on Sep, 21 2012 @ 12:46 PM
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Originally posted by gguyx
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Isaac,

They make a usb HD rig with IDE and SATA connections that you can use to retrieve data. The one I have is called "NewerTechnology" USB 2.0 universal drive adapter. About $25. MAC Win & Linux compatible.


Thanks gguyx. I'll keep that rig in mind if I can't sort out accessing the material on the laptop's hard drive over the weekend.

Tempting though I'm finding it, I don't want to spend very much time looking for, and dealing with, material relating to the Aviary at the moment because I'm keen to devote my rare spare time at the moment to finishing the researching and drafting of a couple of other threads I've been preparing for far too long...
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posted on Sep, 21 2012 @ 01:02 PM
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I found a little lowdown on the nuts and bolts of psychocorrection. It dead ends right at the first and only source linked, but nuts to veracity, let's check it out anyway.


We have developed the following methods of psychocorrection:

acoustical and audiopsychocorrection - coded words and whole phrases are put into an audio stream to be listened by the patient;

videopsychocorrection - coded images, subject images and words are put into a video stream to be watched by the patient;

intensive psychocorrection - carried out in a condition of altered conscious, where the desired result can be reached by using both images and words, including uncoded ones.

From the above list, audiopsychocorrection is the most available and convenient method - it is used not only for therapeutic purposes but also for psychological prophylactic, de-stressing and relaxation.

The essence of all these methods consists in influencing the unconscious through semantic stimuli - images, words and key signs. We have already mentioned that the human unconscious can be addressed using common language, which is, however, coded in a specific way.

www.newciv.org...


If that gives anywhere close to an accurate accounting of the arcane means employed by the PC practitioners, no wonder they have to soften their subjects up with heavy-duty antipsychotics for it to prove effective.

Helpful tip: It's not the light show that worked the cure, it was the drugs. Can't believe that even got funded. Taxpayer money would have been more profitably spent on studying the flow rate of ketchup.

From further down in the comments section, also sourcing the dead link:


"In Smirnov’s cluttered lab [link] , Slava, a tattooed heroin addict, has electrodes attached to his chest and shaved head. He has just watched subliminal messages on a screen and listened through earphones to other impulses disguised as noise. Smirnov says he’s trying to stimulate the child-rearing cluster of Slava’s brain to encourage him to care more for his soon-to-be born baby and less about his next hit of heroin."


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posted on Sep, 21 2012 @ 01:14 PM
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Originally posted by Eidolon23
Helpful tip: It's not the light show that worked the cure, it was the drugs. Can't believe that even got funded. Taxpayer money would have been more profitably spent on studying the flow rate of ketchup.

Yeah, I could've told 'em that on the cheap. A light-show is always nice with some "psychocorrection" however. I remember this one Pink Floyd concert at RFK stadium...ahh, but I digress.



posted on Sep, 21 2012 @ 01:37 PM
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There is a lot of evidence that the remote viewers at both Ft. Meade and SRI underwent techniques associated with MK-ULTRA. They all experienced some pretty frightening mental states including the dissociative state related to so-called MPD (Multiple Personality Disorder.)

They also, pretty much all of them, went UFO crazy to the point of obsession and seemingly tow pretty much the party line regarding the UFO mythos as promoted by the Aviary.

The same themes turn up time and again. Folk have had their brains tinkered with by black science. Most probably C.B. Scott Jones as well.


Reports, such as referenced by Durant, have long indicated Jones claimed to experience a UFO sighting involving a "silver disc" and a later "parapsychological" event during his Navy career. More recent reports suggest Jones tends to narrate alleged fantastic experiences involving intelligent non-human beings, the memories of which were recovered with assistance from psychics and hypnotists.

Jones wrote that such experiences were a revelation and described them as his now 83 years of "personal contact with ETs." He added he does not discuss the experiences in detail.

ufotrail.blogspot.com...


Cmdr. Jones seems somewhat aware of the issue:


Jones informed Gibbons, "There are reasons to believe that some government group has interwoven research about this (mind control) technology with alleged UFO phenomena. If that is correct, you can expect to run into early resistance when inquiring about UFOs, not because of the UFO subject, but because that has been used to cloak research and applications of mind-control activity.”

When asked if he continues to think the UFO subject cloaks mind control research and applications, Jones replied, "I think that the UFO/ET subject has been used to cloak a number of classified U.S.programs that certainly includes mind control. It probably has been used more often to confuse and disguise aerospace weapon systems than other subjects. It has been particularly effective when there is a presumed close relationship between what is trying to be protected and assumptions about characteristics associated with UFOs and ETs.

"For example, in my first visit to the old Soviet Union, Senator Pell asked me to find out what research the Russians were doing in the field of psychic phenomena. The first research institute I visited was publicly known to be involved in this area. What I discovered was that they also were tasked to look into the issues of UFOs and ETs. The lab director explained that so much of what they had learned about UFOs and ETs appeared to be psychic in nature that it was logical to research both areas together."

ufotrail.blogspot.com...

The full linked article is a recommended read between the lines.



posted on Sep, 21 2012 @ 02:01 PM
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Jack Brewer has got to be one of the freshest and most serious writer/researchers to come along in awhile. Penetrating mind, outstanding research, and admirable facility for logic.

The articles below are WELL worth the read.

Suspending Judgment or Knowing: Mind Control and Alien Abduction

The Human Hypothesis for Some Reports of Alien Abduction: Trauma, Covert Research Projects and Non-Lethal Weapons

Ufology and Alleged Post-MKULTRA Mind Control

Here's some of what other researchers in the field have had to say about him:


"Jack Brewer continues his fine blogging work on the UFO phenomena - with this weekend worthy free time read - of - Examining the Tainted Well of UFO Land."

- Rick Phillips, UFO Disclosure Countdown Clock


"As always I genuinely find myself inspired by your willingness to stay the UFO trail, as you are convicted to navigate it, while in no way negating a true exploratory mission statement."

Jeff Davis, commenting at The UFO Trail


"Great writing as usual, Jack. This is one of my favorite blogs."

Lance Moody, commenting at The UFO Trail


"The UFO Trail (is) a blog I recommend following... You have a great blog! Keep up the good work; very stimulating."

- Dr. Michael S. Heiser, UFO Religions


"Jack Brewer did an interesting write up about Dr. David Jacobs and alien abductions. It is worth reading all three parts."

- Tim Printy, SUNlite


"It was Open Mic Night along the UFO Trail... The results are fascinating and somewhat surprising in some cases and it all is worth a close read."

- The Anomalist


"Mr. Brewer's had some great stuff lately - especially the careful, moderate, yet enormously damaging pieces on Dr. Jacobs."

- Terry the Censor, commenting at The Orange Orb


“There is plenty of substance in the blog posts of Jack Brewer at The UFO Trail... all related to UFO experiencer Leah Haley...”

- The Anomalist


"UDCC is committed to bringing readers the best in intellectual approaches by bloggers to UFOs - this more than qualifies. EXCELLENT blog."

- Rick Phillips, UFO Disclosure Countdown Clock


"Jack Brewer, one of the few out there doing the good work in regards to exposing David Jacobs: The UFO Trail"

- Regan Lee, The Orange Orb


“Is Jack Brewer penetrating the curtain around the U.S. military's covert mind control experiments and the UFO/alien abduction joint phenomenon?”

- The Anomalist


“Here's yet another excellent analysis of the 'alien abduction' phenomena... gets to the crux of many 'alien abduction' believers... The Bizarre World of Doctor David Jacobs.”

- Rick Phillips, UFO Disclosure Countdown Clock

The noose tightens. I'll be quoting from his work later. Anyone else who wants to pull some quotes, please do.


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posted on Sep, 21 2012 @ 03:12 PM
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Authored in 1980 by the Aviary member whose entire wardrobe appears to consist of sweaters his mom knit him for Christmas (the MIB chic memo never crossed his desk, I guess):



www.bibliotecapleyades.net...

Mosey over and take a gander, folks. It's some good reading.


The extent of parapsychological research in the United States is not well-known nor is it centrally organized. The US government is reported to have funded some research projects, but these have not been published. Frequently, the data are anecdotal in nature and are not well-accepted in the scientific community.


I must say, you guys didn't help that situation much, but I guess that was the whole point.


Unlike the Soviet research, US efforts have frequently been attacked as inconclusive. Since the phenomena being examined are frequently beyond explanation in known scientific terms, they are often discounted as nonexistent.


Possible translation: "The Soviets faked the US out, and the US didn't realize we'd been punked until we'd already dumped an embarrassing amount of money into baseless and hopelessly unquantifiable woo. Making the best of a bad situation, we used those programs as a smoke screen for more fruitful projects- which don't exist, of course."

Wouldn't be shocked if the only good thread they were able to pull out of the Soviet ball of Psi-yarn was RV related. More on that:


Test subjects have induced OOBE states while being physiologically monitored and have retrieved data that was not available through normal means. Experiments frequently include identification of random numbers either placed out of sight nearby or at a more distant location.

A distinct electroencephalogram (EEG) pattern called Alphoid has been isolated during tests, thereby indicating that this state is detectable through accepted physiological monitoring methods.





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posted on Sep, 21 2012 @ 03:59 PM
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From the Brewer blog, on the case of one John Carpenter, a therapist who specializes in abduction victims, specifically hypnotic regression:

www.ufotrail.blogspot.com...



Carpenter has a long history with the UFO community and particularly what some call investigation of alien abduction. Serving as the MUFON director of abduction research from approximately 1991 to 2000, Carpenter conducted literally hundreds of regressive hypnosis sessions...

Early on in Leah Haley's quest to learn more about a childhood UFO sighting, Budd Hopkins (that's Scott Jones' erstwhile partner, if you will recall -ed) recommended she contact Carpenter. Haley did so and Carpenter hypnotized her throughout 1991, giving rise to many fantastic and previously unknown alleged experiences of alien abduction and military abduction. More about Haley, her experiences and her current beliefs are contained in previous posts....

Somewhere along his way, John Carpenter was said to have cut a deal with Robert Bigelow involving the release of 140 case files of alleged abductees, including Leah Haley. The files were said to have been sold for $100 apiece, totaling $14,000. The public commonly perceived a single transaction took place.


Farther down, Carpenter is linked to both Alexander and Green, leading one to tentatively conclude that he was first paid to tamper with abduction victims by one party (collecting field data all the while), and then the bastard raked in an additional $14,000 selling that data to yet another party.

ETA, also from the Brewer site. Apparently Scott Jones anticipated one of my observations up there^.


The very successful U.S. counterintelligence program to make this subject a third rail for academe has really worked...


Boy howdy! Could not agree more, Mr. Jones.


...It appears that some ET groups that want disclosure to be made have decided that it will never happen by earth action, and that they will cause disclosure to be an informal accumulative process by increasing the number of sightings.


Aaaaand you lost me.
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posted on Sep, 21 2012 @ 06:18 PM
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TheGUT:


They all experienced some pretty frightening mental states including the dissociative state related to so-called MPD (Multiple Personality Disorder.)


Whoa, yeah, thanks TG, that jogged my memory. I bet you all have but I have to ask....

...hey boys and girls, have you ever heard of the Greenbaum Speech?



"If they’re going to kill me, they’re going to kill me. It’s time to share more information."- Dr. Corydon Hammond

On June 25, 1992, Dr. Corydon Hammond gave a lecture entitled “Hypnosis in MPD: Ritual Abuse” to an audience of professionals at the Fourth Annual Eastern Regional Conference on Abuse and Multiple Personality in Alexandria, Virginia. Dr. Hammond, a psychologist, has lectured, written and received many awards related to the field of psychology—including a 1998 Presidential Award for Advancements to Clinical Hypnosis.

Ed. Dr. Hammond became controversial because as a result of his work, he came to believe the tales of satanic ritual abuse that fueled the 'satanic panic' of the 1980s

Dr. Hammond’s main subject was the ritual abuse of children. He stated that in as many as two-thirds of ritual abuse cases, the victims had been subjected to highly developed and uniform technology of mind control...

“When you start to find the same highly esoteric information in different states and different countries, from Florida to California,” according to Dr. Hammond, “you start to get an idea that there’s something going on that is very large, very well coordinated, with a great deal of communication and systematic-ness to what’s happening. So I have gone from someone kind of neutral and not knowing what to think about it all to someone who clearly believes ritual abuse is real and that the people who say it isn’t are either naïve like people who didn’t want to believe the Holocaust or- they’re dirty.”

Hammond says that many of the cases dramatizing the phenomena of multiple personality disorder (MPD) have connections to the CIA and military installations.

coyoteprime-runningcauseicantfly.blogspot.com...


Or the whole thing could be part of 'The Show' which I have come to see as a sort of performance art, considering how many modalities of art it encompasses, not the least of which is showmanship.

Nevertheless...

"The Geenbaum Speech"

Of course I will leave the mystery of why the speech was given by Hammond but is called the Greenbaum speech to you, gentle reader.



X.
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posted on Sep, 21 2012 @ 06:32 PM
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I'm curious if anyone knows when the term Aviary was first used? Was it before or after Doty was consulting for the X-Files?

Also, if Exempt From Disclosure gets a 4th edition I'm going to face palm myself to death.



posted on Sep, 21 2012 @ 07:08 PM
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Originally posted by freelance_zenarchist
I'm curious if anyone knows when the term Aviary was first used? Was it before or after Doty was consulting for the X-Files?

Also, if Exempt From Disclosure gets a 4th edition I'm going to face palm myself to death.


Exempt from Dislosure: Me too. We need a face palm icon!!!

Aviary name was before X-Files. Bill Moore and I believe it was Shandera, came up with the name.



posted on Sep, 21 2012 @ 07:59 PM
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Originally posted by Xoanon
Or the whole thing could be part of 'The Show' which I have come to see as a sort of performance art, considering how many modalities of art it encompasses, not the least of which is showmanship.

Nevertheless...

Of course I will leave the mystery of why the speech was given by Hammond but is called the Greenbaum speech to you, gentle reader.

I agree that it's hard to tell a crafted viral sickness from actual practices/operations, but ain't it funny how the same names pop up around these strange subjects?


"Last year, Alexander organized a national conference devoted to researching 'reports of ritual abuse, near-death experiences, human contacts with extraterrestrial aliens and other so-called anomalous experiences,' ...

... He was an official representative for the Silva mind control organization and a lecturer on precataclysmic civilizations ... [and] he helped perform ESP experiments with dolphins.'" (Aftergood, Steven, "The Soft-Kill Fallacy", Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, 9-10/1994, v50, n5, p40)

www.bibliotecapleyades.net...


The Colonel has an interest in ritual abuse. Remember this story; The Finders?:



In early February 1987, an anonymous tipster in Tallahassee,  Fla., made a phone call to police. Two "well-dressed men"  seemed to be "supervising" six disheveled and hungry children  in a local park, the caller said. The cops went after the case  like bloodhounds - at least at first. The two men were  identified as members of the Finders. They were charged with  child abuse in Florida. In Washington, D.C., police and U.S.  Customs Service agents raided a duplex apartment building and a warehouse connected to the group. Among the evidence seized:  detailed instructions on how to obtain children for unknown  purposes and several photographs of nude children. According to a Customs Service memorandum obtained by U.S. News, one photo  appeared "to accent the child's genitals."

…Today, things appear to have changed yet again. The Justice Department has begun a new investigation into the Finders and  into the group's activities. It is also reviewing the 1987  investigation into the group to determine whether the probe was closed improperly. Justice officials will not elaborate,  except to say that the investigation is "ongoing" and that it  involves "unresolved matters" in relation to the Finders.

One of the unresolved questions involves allegations that the Finders are somehow linked to the Central Intelligence Agency.

Customs Service documents reveal that in 1987, when Customs  agents sought to examine the evidence gathered by Washington,  D.C. police, they were told that the Finders investigation "had become a CIA internal matter." The police report on the case  had been classified secret. Even now, Tallahassee police  complain about the handling of the investigation by D.C.  police. "They dropped this case," one Tallahassee investigator  says, "like a hot rock." D.C. police will not comment on the  matter.

As for the CIA, ranking officials describe allegations  about links between the intelligence agency and the Finders as  "hogwash" - perhaps the result of a simple mix-up with D.C.  police. The only connection, according to the CIA: A firm that  provided computer training to CIA officers also employed  several members of the Finders.

The many unanswered questions about the Finders case now have Democratic Rep. Charlie Rose of North Carolina, chairman of the House Administration Committee, and Florida's Rep. Tom Lewis, a Republican, more than a little exercised. "Could our own  government have something to do with this Finders organization  and turned their backs on these children?

That's what all the  evidence points to," says Lewis. "And there is a lot of  evidence. I can tell you this: We've got a lot of people  scrambling, and that wouldn't be happening if there was nothing here."
www.american-buddha.com...

Even FBI agents were hollering, "CIA." That's another interesting topic the CIA and Cults and Cult Building.

Above the Law does funny things to some folk. One more peek at George Hunter White's letter to his boss Sidney "Dirty Trickster" Gottlieb:


By all accounts, White enjoyed the undercover work he was doing. Perhaps a little too much. He would write in a 1971 letter to Gottlieb,

"Of course I was a very minor missionary, actually a heretic, but I toiled wholeheartedly in the vineyards because it was fun, fun, fun. Where else could a red-blooded American boy lie, kill and cheat, steal, deceive, rape and pillage with the sanction and blessing of the All-Highest? Pretty Good Stuff, Brudder!"




edit on 21-9-2012 by The GUT because: (no reason given)





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