Rogue journalist Gary S. Bekkum discussed his research on secret government documents, as well as UFO information and psychic premonitions. Project Stargate, the CIA-run program that used remote viewing for "psychic spying," ceased in 1995, and 89,000 pages of formerly classified material were then released. Some of the documents revealed predictions of events similar to 9-11, including mention of a "Project 911" and drawings that resemble bin Laden, he detailed.
Chris Robinson, the "Dream Detective," known for his accurate psychic dreams, predicted that terrorists would use planes as weapons back in 1999. And a few days before the 9-11 attacks, he provided a specific warning to the CIA, Bekkum said. For more on advance warnings of 9-11, see this posting on Bekkum's blog, Spies, Lies and Polygraph Tape.
In Stargate's 'Project P' remote viewers were asked to look at newspaper headlines from one week in the future. Alas, this project did not yield noteworthy results, Bekkum reported. He also spoke about the "core story" of government contact with ET intelligences-- it has oft been repeated in certain circles that visitations took place three times-- in 1947, 1983, and 1992, he said. Yet, disinformation and counterintelligence plague many UFO/alien accounts, such as Project Serpo, he added.
Contacting the Dead
Last hour guest, paranormal investigator Joshua P. Warren shared several different methods to contact the dead. Here are directions on how to create the "flashing device":
- Take a fluorescent light bulb and and suspend from the ceiling with something like fishing line.
- Then, turn the lights out and sit near the suspended bulb. After your eyes get used to the dark, you'll see a faint illumination from the bulb.
- You can then pose questions to the presumed entity, asking it to flash the bulb once for yes, twice for no.
Warren said he had seen this method work successfully on a half a dozen occasions.
Bumper music from Thursday November 5, 2009
Midnight Express (The Chase)
Time After Time
God Only Knows
Isn't It Time
Fanfare for the Common Man
Emerson, Lake & Palmer
Ashes To Ashes
Shouldn't Be Ashamed
Leaving on a Jet Plane
Peter, Paul & Mary