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You are the guy with the hole in your mind who barely powers his own energy system because he is so enthralled by that tear..and the issues you find so compelling..your search for truth...your conflicted feelings about God ufo and the supernatural. Nobody is going to prove anything to you. I doubt Ingo swan could have.
and more trickster stuff is likely on the way for you...that door in your head is currently cracked open.
But don't believe me... I'm batting zero guy who exerts evil power over those with weak wills...*eye roll*. You are close to impossible for me to read...90% of your being is in that hole.
I have some info somewhere, where some folk from Scientology are rather peeved that Puthoff & Swann (both highly "accomplished" Scientologists) stole the remote viewing concept without giving credit. Pat Price, we will note, was a Scientologist, too.
5. It's the other way around! The church stole it from the program. Pat Price stole a huge chunk of documentation related to remote viewing and gave it Scientology.
Two Scientologists, Hal Puthoff and Ingo Swann, researched remote viewing at Stanford Research Institute for the CIA Project Stargate in the 1970s. Most of the SRI team, including project director Puthoff, and the CIA's star "psychic spies", Price and Swann, were Scientologists...Puthoff and Swann were of the "original" Operating Thetan (OT) VII level (the Church has since 'changed' OT VII from the level these two completed), and credited Scientology with their success in the CIA remote viewing program.
In 1970, the Church of Scientology published a notarized letter that had been written by Puthoff while he was conducting research on remote viewing at Stanford. The letter read, in part: "Although critics viewing the system Scientology from the outside may form the impression that Scientology is just another of many quasi-educational quasi-religious 'schemes,' it is in fact a highly sophistical and highly technological system more characteristic of modern corporate planning and applied technology." Among some of the ideas that Puthoff supported regarding remote viewing was the claim in the book Occult Chemistry that two followers of Madame Blavatsky, founder of theosophy, were able to remote-view the inner structure of atoms.
The promise of OT Abilities was one which first attracted me to Scientology. I avidly read the “OT Phenomena” stories from OTs in Advance Magazine. Then in the 1970s, I became the Editor of Advance Magazine, and eagerly collected and published these stories. In some ways I was the perfect candidate for Editor – I was not yet OT myself and held an eager fascination for the subject. My sense of awe and anticipation translated itself into the magazine and helped to create a sense of mystery and wonder surrounding the OT Levels.
And the stories certainly were amazing. Stories about communicating over long distances through the mind (telepathy), remote viewing (extrasensory perception or clairvoyance), influencing matter, energy, space and time as a spirit (telekinesis or psychokinesis), supernatural healing, predicting future events (precognition), remembering past lives, dealing with ghosts and haunting, and more. Exciting, heady stuff. Exhilarating and empowering.
And the LRH articles reinforced the sense of wonder. Hubbard told us that we could become a super-being: “A thetan who is completely rehabilitated and can do everything a thetan should do, such as move MEST and control others from a distance, or create his own universe; a person who is able to create his own universe or, living in the MEST universe is able to create illusions…
Near as I can tell "remote viewing" has been in practice for thousands of years.
This is actually just another example of the disaster of terminology -- UFOlogy has a lot of this too -- and how the use of terms greatly contributes to how we think about things and how we define things.
Suppressive Person, often abbreviated SP, is a term used in Scientology to describe the "antisocial personalities" who, according to Scientology's founder L. Ron Hubbard, make up about 2.5% of the population. A statement on a Church of Scientology website describes this group as including notorious historic figures such as Adolf Hitler.
The term is often applied to those whom the Church of Scientology perceives as its enemies, i.e., those whose "disastrous" and "suppressive" acts are said to impede the progress of individual Scientologists or the Scientology movement.
The term Fair Game is used to describe policies and practices carried out by the Church of Scientology towards people and groups it perceives as its enemies. Founder L. Ron Hubbard established the policy in the 1960s, in response to criticism both from within and outside his organization. Individuals or groups who are "Fair Game" are judged to be a threat to the Church and, according to the policy, can be punished and harassed using any and all means possible.
were Scientologists at one time.
Does this information contain clues or relevance to motive and character?
The Scientology concept, btw, does seem to have predated the possibility of Pat Price stealing it from the SRI crew...
In 1970, the Church of Scientology published a notarized letter that had been written by Puthoff while he was conducting research on remote viewing at Stanford.
The church is actually more than welcome to take those back if they want LOL. S5 is an interior analysis stage one can mostly do without or figure out on their own, and S6 is modeling which is fairly rare and again anyone can do on their own. I never met any good viewer who couldn't get anything they needed (a) without any of the elements of the method anyway, although nearly everyone uses stage progression even without trying and in other methods since that's more just a reflection of the native process, and/or (b) within S2-S4 if using that approach.
Not really relevant to RV in a way, though armchair discussion I suppose.
Probably not relevant to Vallee's control systems. Or maybe it's overwhelmingly relevant. I can't tell.
No offense Gut...but IMO, since Vallee's former buddy J. Allen Hynek had close ties to the CIA along with his track list of debunking seemingly valid reports of alien starships --- I sense that Vallee carries too much excess CIA baggage as well --- which does not offer the respect nor any sense of reliability due to such a person, who partially represents the ufological community such as Jacque Vallee.
I don't think anyone has yet suggested this: Vallée's ideas are the actual attack on the control system.
So there's two Control Systems to be concerned about, right? The one that Vallee is talking about and the one all the shadowy research is trying to mimic?
the trickster phenomenon
That's basically how I'm parsing it at the moment.