"Without the added Melodrama I'll stick to what I was told or know. I was told the documents were hoaxes, but the CONTENT is real and to expect a visit from the FBI. They told me the DIA Office at LANL couldn't find the Code Words or Serial Numbers. But in the government that means little, since one government agency or person will lie to the other government agency or person. The reason the FBI (or others) won't investigate is because of the nature of the subject. It's just better to say nothing. They don't want to touch this with a ten foot pole. But for anything else the FBI would be all over you ... Also, my own sources ran those DIA Docs thru the DIA Office at LANL. The DIA Office claimed they couldn't find the Code Words or Serial Numbers but guess what; the CONTENT is real as those same sources told me ... And, no government agency will acknowledge real classified documents publicly, you should know that ... They will call them fakes or hoaxes..."
Robert M. Collins, author of "Exempt from Disclosure"
Quote:By Gary S. Bekkum
There are plenty of officially declassified U.S. Government documents that touch on the bizarre world of paraphysics: psychic powers, alien beings and the like. Enough genuine documentation is available to make any ordinary and mentally stable citizen question the sanity of their leadership in Washington.
STAR GATE is a case in point. The CIA released a large portion of the existing files from the various psychic spy programs (about 50,000 pages are said to remain classified, for unknown reasons) to the public, as the STAR GATE collection. Buried within the 80,000 plus pages are numerous references to strange events suggesting 'contact' with extra-human intelligence. As for the true nature of this 'contact' some might point to visitors from other worlds. Others apply more creative solutions, such as 'viral' information infections -- memes -- that have now spread by contact with the world wide web.
The bottom line is that phenomenology has been and remains a potentially useful part of the tool-kit for counter-intelligence, and perhaps for intelligence gathering operations. Ultimately, it becomes a means of redirecting the enemy's mind by planting the seeds of doubt and fear.
The murkiness thickens when one considers the volume of 'faked' documents, such as the MAJIC MJ-12 alien UFO papers, which may contain classified or otherwise controlled content. Tales of video presentations of extraterrestrial biological entities given to USAF/OSI (Office of Special Investigations) counter-intelligence officer Rick Doty are intriguing, but far from proof that the government has been host to visitors from another world. In the counter-intelligence game, convincing your own people of an alternative and imagined reality is not outside the realm of possibility. We have no means of knowing the veracity of Mr. Doty's testimony about alien contact, but wish to point out that a video presentation is not proof of living beings from beyond the Earth. Video can be faked just as easily as a document.
Real-life intrigue revolves around those souls caught up in the wake of operations now viewed as ancient history. As the wave of 'revelation' expands, it settles into new basins of operation, often taking rest in small niches on the world wide web. We suspect this new dynamic was never foreseen by the original perpetrators. We wonder if some of what we are observing today is damage control, or if the original source(s) are still around to admire the branching tree grown from seeds planted long ago.
It is also worth questioning why the American taxpayer should pay for various government agencies to investigate a counter-intelligence trail left behind by another agency. We have been apprised of the present situation, and told of FBI interest in potential leaks and breaches involving past efforts of the USAF/OSI. A small cottage industry has grown around tales of past USAF/OSI operations intended to dissuade the curious citizen from poking around and asking too many questions about very real (and most likely non-alien) sensitive technologies.
We wonder to what extent intelligence officers past and present, and well placed government consultants are willing to pass 'disinformation' of their own creation, in order to probe the gray area of their inner suspicion. Years of wandering the perimeter surrounding the singularity of truth eventually points to the black hole of secrecy, beyond a point of no return.
Is there any correlation between inner probes of government blackness and the resulting emission of information? Hidden within this impenetrable wall is the truth behind the "core story" (transmitted in at least three different versions according to our sources) -- and analogous to a black hole, once a source passes beyond the horizon there can be no further communication. A source may fall from grace and remain frozen to an outside observer, where we can never learn of the agony of the crushing darkness that surrounds them.
On reflection it is worth noting that the 'giggle factor' provides a limited barrier of insulation from the crushing forces prior to final descent. Phenomenology is ultimately a personal quest about the nature of reality, and the place of the individual experience within that all-encompassing journey. The social cost of such a trip into the unknown often pales next to the personal perception of revelation coming from a quest for something greater than one's self. In the last moment one reaches the endpoint and sees the final truth, just as existence itself is sacrificed in the process.