A CIA document, based upon input from four military sources, predicted that a pilot from the Mideast, with a name that sounds like “Jerry, Gerard, or Geraldo,” will “fly to Washington D.C. with the mission of crashing into the U.S. Capitol Building.”
This article was originally published as a press release issued by PRWEB on 5 September 2005
(STARpod.us) — On September 11, 2001, United Airlines Flight 93 crashed into a field in Pennsylvania, preventing terrorist pilot Ziad Jarrah from reaching his intended target. The likely target of the failed attack was the U.S. Capitol Building.
Amazingly, the date of the CIA document predicting this event appears to be prior to the 12th of December, 1983.
The CIA document was released as part of the STAR GATE collection. The STAR GATE collection covers more than twenty years of government sponsored research into anomalous mental phenomena (AMP) used by the military for intelligence collection. The method involved using human sources as psychic spies to acquire intelligence by using their minds. The CIA refers to this form of intelligence collection as remote viewing.
Paul H. Smith’s book, “Reading the Enemy’s Mind,” tells of special INSCOM (Intelligence and Security Command) remote viewing sessions, held during a RAPT training program to enhance psychic skills, at the Monroe Institute in early December, 1983. These sessions were future oriented and tasked the viewers to locate future terrorist attacks in the Washington, D.C. area. Smith mentions being tasked against a specific target:
“Will there be a terrorist attack against government facilities in the Washington, D.C. area in next few months?”
“Where will the next terrorist attack take place?”
“When will the next attack take place?”
Papers with the impressions were handed in, and according to Smith, “we never heard about it to my recollection.”
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The CIA document is of interest primarily for two reasons.
There is the prediction of an event:
An “aircraft”, will “fly to Washington, D.C. with the mission of crashing into the US Capitol building.”
There is possible identification of the pilot:
The pilot, “not in the country as of 12 Dec 83, foreign, perhaps Iranian, speaks English and perhaps French … Name may be or sound like Jerry, Gerard, or Geraldo.”
The art of remote viewing is far from being an exact science. What is presented in the CIA document appears to be an analytical summary and interpretation of raw data provided by the viewers.
Ziad Jarrah (also sometimes spelled Jarrahi), is a name that might be considered to “sound like Jerry, Gerard, or Geraldo.” Jarrah, a foreigner from Lebanon, was not Iranian, however at least one passenger on Flight 93 identified the terrorists as “Iranian looking.” Jarrah was of Middle Eastern origin and spoke both English and French.
The STARstream report notes that of the 19 names of the 9/11 pilots and their cohorts, the only potential match is Ziad Jarrah. Jarrah’s intended target was judged to be either the White House or the U.S. Capitol Building in Washington, D.C.
Other details in the CIA document appear to be unrelated to 9/11. A detailed review identifies interesting details related to the 9/11 attacks, once the context of the original report is removed.
This includes identification of New York and New Jersey, both important locations involved in the 9/11 plot. A range of tail numbers and letters also appears to match the 9/11 aircraft.
It should be noted that according to the document, “This information was produced unofficially and is unconfirmed.” This suggests that the Monroe Institute sessions may have been involved.
The STARstream report also mentions this note from the 9/11 Commission Report:
“A 1998 White House tabletop exercise chaired by Richard Clarke included a scenario in which a terrorist group loaded a Learjet with explosives and took off for a suicide mission to Washington. Military officials said they could scramble fighter jets from Langley Air Force Base to chase the aircraft, but they would need “executive” orders to shoot it down.”
Curiously, the original 1983 CIA document suggests that the attack would involve a Learjet type aircraft loaded with explosives. Early reports of the World Trade Center attacks described the aircraft as a small, twin engine commercial plane, which is similar to a Learjet.
The actual CIA document may be viewed at the STARstream Research website.
Source: STARstream Research STAReport
Preliminary Results for CIA STAR GATE Documents
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