Defense Intelligence Agency Explores Weird Science

From: http://www.americanchronicle.com/articles/viewArticle.asp?articleID=7075

Gary S. Bekkum
March 21, 2006

Rumors are one thing. Confirmation from a highly placed advisor to the U.S. government should be a different kettle of fish, altogether. Part two of this particular 'fish-story' lends at least some credence to rumors of continued government interest in accessing paranormal paraphysical phenomena in the guise of advanced technology.

Shortly after Starstream Research uncovered files that America's psychic intelligence agents had remote viewed information warning of the rise of Usama bin Ladin and the devastating attacks of September 11, 2001, we inquired about on-going interest in the use of paranormal phenomena by the Defense Intelligence Agency.

In the past few months we have received additional confirmation that anomalous mental and paraphysical phenomena continue to elicit high interest in high places. A highly placed source, who has asked to remain anonymous, has confirmed that the strange events investigated by Las Vegas businessman Bob Bigelow's National Institute of Discovery Sciences have been the subject of discussion at DIA sponsored meetings on the threats of emerging technologies.

Insert disclaimer here: We have received a request to refrain from posting anything too sensitive that might already have come our way. Actually, we have received such requests on more than one occasion. That can be good for business, if some of your business involves revealing bits and pieces of formerly secret government machinery. It tends to lend an air of authenticity to the process of digging around between what is real and what is fantasy.

One more caveat: We are more than willing to acknowledge that a good portion of the information coming our way via the world wide web is nothing more than disinformation and unsubstantiated rumor.

Swimming in the aquarium

Rumors are one thing -- confirmation from a highly placed advisor to the U.S. government should be a different kettle of fish, altogether. This particular 'fish-story' lends at least some credence to rumors of continued government interest in accessing paranormal paraphysical phenomena in the guise of advanced technology. In other words, 'they' want to reverse engineer technology not of this world.

Weird Science

Of course, it is likely that some of the information we received is provided as cover for a larger set of activities. Our source for this particular tidbit of information remains unnamed at his request, is a former officer with CIA/OSI Life Sciences Division. He is presently a member on a DIA sponsored committee tasked with monitoring developments in future technologies that might pose a surprise threat to the national security.

NIDS, Intelligence, Disclosure

In the 1990's, Bob Bigelow created the National Institute of Discovery Science (NIDS) to explore reports of paranormal activity. Recently there has been a lot of discussion of the bizarre paranormal activity at Bigelow's Utah based "Skinwalker Ranch." Strange creatures, strange objects, floating black triangles, animal mutilations, disintegrated dogs, telepathic messages -- a smorgasbord of every strange and imaginable terror has been served to those unfortunates that spent any period of time at the ranch. For readers curious about this strange 'threat' from spacetime and beyond, I suggest tracking down the book "Hunt for the Skinwalker" by former NIDS staff scientist Colm A. Kelleher, and veteran UFO reporter George Knapp. A Starstream contact who teaches at the University of Utah, Salt Lake City, and is not prone to flights of fantasy, actually observed a floating black triangle above the mountains. Something is out there, but we aren't quite sure what to make of all of this yet.

Our high level source confirmed that NIDS data has been discussed by members of an elite DIA TIGER committee, at least informally. Life sciences are probably more concerned these days with the avian virus, but never underestimate the appetite for weird and wild science, even at an official level. A list of names of committee members involved in this particular wild 'tiger tale' apparently was intercepted by the NSA, or so we are told.

On a private level, the NIDS investigation of the Skinwalker phenomena was flawed as a result of budget constraints. One of the lead investigators, a physicist who has recently worked under government contract, lamented the lack of available detection equipment. Some of the 'creatures' on the ranch could only be seen using ITT night vision binoculars. The lack of a color thermal imager meant there was no means of determining if the shadowy beings emitted heat. This particular 'entity' was completely invisible to the unaided eye.

The ability to enter an environment without detection and interact with the local surroundings, would be of immense interest to the DIA. Paranormal stealth was a driving force behind the original STAR GATE psychic spy programs. Worse yet, the ability of an unseen entity to enter into American top secret government installations should send up red flags throughout the military community. Covert psychic spying was heralded as a useful supplement to conventional intelligence gathering, but the real diamond in the rough was remote perturbation, the desire to use psychokinesis to affect the operation of command and control systems.

Consider the implications. Physics tells us that all information requires physical representation. Information is no longer considered an abstract quality. Information is the driving physical mechanism that controls the national defense from the operation of electronics on the battlefield, to the bio-physical mental functioning of the Commander in Chief.

The metaphysical barrier can be crossed, when and where it becomes possible to detect the actions of the unknown phenomena upon known material systems. Actual detection of the invisible NIDS Utah ranch entity using night vision equipment may signal a new era in the application of weird phenomena for military purposes.

Science is a moving target, and there is never a shortage of researchers looking to upset the status quo. The problem nowadays for the would be alternative scientist, is that the mainstream is getting back into the game as well. Not only are some of the mainstream leaders discovering exciting possibilities in previously forbidden ground, but there is data coming in that looks to support a whole new view of man, mind, and the (multi/mega) universe.