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6 Aug 2010


Secrets Revealed: UFO Files Connect to 9/11 Warnings

Gary S. Bekkum
Among the UK Ministry of Defence UFO files are reports of a warning of terror that came true. Sources claim similar warnings were given to the American CIA in London, just prior to the attacks of 9/11.

(STARpod.org) -- The latest release of UFO files from Britain's Ministry of Defence include a report that "a man was questioned by RAF police after he turned up at RAF Stanmore, Middlesex, in May 1990, to report a strange dream that involved a bomb explosion at a military installation in London."

According to the MoD UFO document's release notes, written by Dr. David Clarke, "RAF police confirmed that a few weeks later a terrorist bomb attack occurred at Stanmore. Inquiries were made about this incident in 1995-96 by the UFO desk officer at MoD following an inquiry from a journalist who was writing an article for the magazine Fortean Times."

Later, the man, reportedly to have been "dream detective" Chris Robinson, allegedly warned the American CIA in London of dreams of aircraft about to be used to take down tall buildings.

Mr. Robinson is perhaps most famous for his claims of predicting the attacks against the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center in New York City, while he was being tested for his precognitive abilities at the University of Arizona, by Dr. Gary E.R. Schwartz.

According to various accounts, Mr. Robinson may have alerted the US CIA in London prior to the 9/11 attacks.

The US government has a long history of using psychic data to enhance threat assessments and to collect intelligence. The use of so-called psychic spies was officially revealed by the CIA in 1995, following decades of secret research and operations.

In 1983, few Americans knew, or would have believed that the US government was training psychics to spy on the enemy. Some of America's psychic spies were receiving special mental training at the Monroe Institute of Applied Sciences. For his part of the training program, Mr. Robert Monroe was granted SECRET security clearance and $24,400.

In return for the $24,400, the government may have received the first known warning of the terrorist attack of September 11th, 2001, when the psychic team warned of an attack against Washington using an airplane as a weapon of mass destruction.

A few years later another U.S. government psychic, DIA SOURCE 21, warned of simultaneous attacks in New York City and Washington, D.C.

A 1986 SECRET Defense Intelligence Agency document quotes SOURCE 21's raw and un-interpreted vision of terror:

Newspaper headlines have something to do with the collapse of a building -- a lot of people hurt or injured. I also sense a feeling of panic, people scrambling and perhaps something to do with an aircraft. In summary, standing on top of a building, which is crowded inside with people, tourists, there is a perception of a large object falling -- heading -- toward the building ... I sense the object may cause structural damage as it crashes through the building. All of this takes place sometime in the future.

In August of 2001, UK psychic dream detective Chris Robinson was visiting with Professor Gary E. R. Schwartz at the University of Arizona. Schwartz had arranged a series of tests to see if Chris Robinson was able to describe locations where he would be taken at a future date.

Robinson's dreams were interrupted by disturbing images: airplanes crashing into buildings.

According to Robinson the authorities, apparently including the American CIA, were notified when the dreams kept recurring.

In September 2000, a source to STARstream Research received an email from Dr. Ron Pandolfi, a CIA analyst who had recently testified in front of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence about unauthorized technology transfers to China. Among the recipients of the email were US Web CEO turned UFO enthusiast Joe Firmage, and several scientists involved in Firmage's UFO research activities, as well as other individuals known for their psychic abilities, including mentalist showman Uri Geller.

In a taped phone conversation with a foreign national who identified himself as "Dr. Victorian," Pandolfi claims to have been a member of the US government Defense Intelligence Agency sponsored UFO Working Group.

A few years later, author Jon Ronson, the author of the book The Men Who Stare at Goats, identified "Ron" as the man behind a new US psychic spy effort, based upon the testimony of Uri Geller, less than a month after 9/11.

Open source documents appear to connect Dr. Pandolfi to the CIA's National Intelligence Council, the group tasked to produce National Intelligence Estimates for senior government officials, including the US President.

Other "X-files" provided by the UK MoD reveal official interest in fringe subjects like gravitation, zero point energy extracted from empty space, and other novel energy technologies which had been the focus of Joe Firmage's UFO venture.

The MoD files also make note of "novel phenomena" like psychic "remote viewing," "bio-effects psychotronics," requests for copies of US psychic research by the Stanford Research Institute, and Russian research into exotic morphogenetic fields thought to control DNA in living organisms.

According to documents produced for Firmage's International Space Sciences Organization from 1999 to 2000, torsion fields had been a core topic of study in collaborative efforts with the Russians.

A CIA publication confirms National Security Agency involvement with the paranormal. The article, from CIA's internal journal Studies in Intelligence, identified NSA and DIA as the home of psychic spy research.

In 2007, while researching a new book, investigative author Gus Russo -- the credited reporter for PBS Frontline's "Who was Lee Harvey Oswald?" -- met with an established source who provided information about the alleged clandestine NSA psychic spy project. Although declassified government documents had identified NSA interest in paranormal phenomena in the 1970s and 1980s, it had been assumed that the shutdown of the STAR GATE psychic program by the CIA in 1995 had ended government involvement with the paranormal.

Russo's source claimed to know a psychic spy "remote viewer" who was involved with NSA's paranormal projects.

According to Russo, "NSA considers remote viewing a valid SIGINT [singals intelligence] tool. The program was relocated from CIA and is one of the most highly classified at NSA."

A second, independent source confirmed the NSA program. According to this second source, NSA stepped up their psychic spy activities following the terror attacks of September 11, 2001.

In 2007, Russo advised to us that his source told him the NSA program was "definitely ongoing at NSA," later adding, "The source says the program encountered problems when when foreign targets were being blocked by an extraterrestrial source that has never been identified."

When asked about the extraterrestrial comment, Russo replied, "Interference from space, either from intelligent sources or some sort of natural phenomenon. My impression was they didn't know which."

When asked about the veracity of his source for the NSA story, Russo noted they had been in contact for several years, adding that the source's "accuracy re: facts has never been in question (10 out of 10)."

For more about American Intelligence and paranormal activity, see Spies, Lies, and Polygraph Tape -- Knowing the Future: The UFO Spy Games. To read about the book, click here.

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