Is it possible that all the interest of CIA (the military and all the other alphabet agencies) on the paranormal, RV, ESP et all, is just an extremely
elaborated (and quite convincing) facade to lure the soviets into thinking that the americans were into this, and the real goal for the US would be to
try to hide that they had very advanced technology to spy the USSR (and even provide better cover to infiltrated agents)?
I'm gonna start with your hypothesis, meaningless, because it's an aspect that comes up in association with the topics and cast of characters we've
discussed so far, and is addressed in the literature I've dug into.
Opinions vary, on whom might have been fooling who in regards Russian parapsychological research vs the American branch. The most convincing
information, for me, suggests that we--the U.S.--were afraid we were falling behind and thusly attacked the subject with a vengeance. (Some of the
RV'ers did get creeped out though, and one even thought he had met a female Russian RV'er who was watching his every move in the 'ether!' The
"watchers," they feared, were being watched!)
Some researchers posit that it was the Russians yanking our chain and making us toss money at programs that, while valid studies, were known to be
The issue is confused, however, by the fact that different USG agencies and the individuals within them had various motives, beliefs, and strategies
of their own. The "Agnostic, Atheist, Believer" issue discussed in the introduction of this thread comes into play.
It gets even more complicated--but worth considering--that the intelligence gurus are always looking for ways to spin and use any phenomena by hook or
What I mean by that is, that whether a psyops strategist believes in, say, remote viewing or not, he might realize that it has its uses in
target population. Not necessarily foreign targets.
For example, I think that it is very possible that we are being set up for a new 'religion.' The ET Religion. Or even the Ancient Alien Religion.
This does NOT mean that I don't think there's intelligent life in the universe, it just means that I do think there's compelling evidence to suggest
that a Plan B to manipulate society exists--and may even be in progress--and that would be one extremely savvy, intelligent, and diabolical way to do
it. It may even have non-human intelligences behind it and pulling the strings!
I'll get back with some, imo, fascinating links/references on that aspect but, until then, I want to offer an observation that's been bugging me as
regards folk like Alexander, Green, Nick Pope, Aquino et al.
I'm very of the opinion that ET and/or Extradimensional intelligences are involved with our planet. On the other hand I'm VERY suspect of the Roswell
theory of ET.
One reason for that is because of something we've all seen here on ATS, especially in the AMA threads.
We have personality after personality
with military/alphabet/psyops/intelligence credentials holding court. They can be rather uppity about some of our questions and opinions, too. They
are very fond of and assertive about their own POV, however. Anyone else notice that?
They all exhibit their loyalty to the system that brought us MK-ULTRA and such, and decline to answer a multitude of very good questions that would
have huge implications for mankind…and yet they have ALL, so far, been quick to give their thumbs up to Roswell as an ET event. I, personally, smell
Not only that, but, as far as Aquino is concerned, it seems as if he's changed his tune on the possibility of the extraterrestrial visitation of Earth
between his recent posts and this AMA…almost as if he's been briefed and prepped before his AMA.
I'm gonna backtrack and make sure on that one, but regardless I do note that all these intel guys seem to be reading off the same script.
Can we trust them? It depends on what one thinks about someone who publicly states that they wouldn't tell you if they have classified info regarding
the greatest question humanity faces--humanity is SOL on that one as far as they are concerned--and on the other hand belongs heart and soul to
organizations that believe "the end justifies the means." Folk that are professionally trained and experienced in deception. Hmmmm.
My opinion and maybe some food for thought.
Always good to run across you on the boards, meaningless, and thank you for bringing your excellent thoughts to this thread.
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