Thirty four years and millions of dollars later, CIA documents reveal the amazing success and dismal failures of the STAR GATE program, the formerly top secret intelligence agency programs used to “remote view” information that couldn’t be accessed by any normal means of collection.
15 February 2006
STARstream Research has uncovered new files strongly suggesting that America’s psychic intelligence agents were picking up information warning of the rise of Usama bin Ladin and the devastating attacks of September 11, 2001. The latest finds include a CIA released DIA document that identifies “Project 911” and drawings that strongly resemble Usama bin Ladin before and after the 9/11 attacks. You can view some of the original documents at the STARstream Research web site.
STAR GATE files pointing to the 9/11 events are only the beginning. According to British author and filmmaker Jon Ronson, following the 9/11 attacks, psychic Uri Geller was reactivated into the ranks of intelligence agency psychic spies. The ‘spooky’ spooks are likely used to track the movement of terrorists and weapons of mass destruction. Ronson claims that Uri Geller was reticent to speak of his work with the American CIA, but broke down and revealed one interesting tidbit of information. Ronson claims that Uri told him that the name of the man who reactivated his mental powers for intelligence was called Ron.
Based on information provided to us by various sources, we strongly suspect that Ron is [Ronald S. Pandolfi] a former high ranking CIA agency analyst, previously tasked to monitor technology developments in China. The big question remains: Which intelligence agencies might be involved in the latest version of a psychic black ops antiterrorist unit? MASINT (Measurement and Signatures Intelligence) is a likely candidate, but our present understanding is that Ron is working for John Negroponte at the Department of National Intelligence. [For the latest information, see my story “Is NSA in the Psychic Spy Business?”]
Rumors persist that America’s DIA trained psychic intelligence sources are viewing mushroom clouds over numerous cities in the homeland. Taken in tandem with the constant rumors of loose nukes, it appears that the psychic spies have been reactivated, at least in part, by the man said to have had a hand in shutting down the original DIA STAR GATE psychic spy program.
All in all it would seem that there is something about space, time and beyond that we don’t understand. Researchers have discovered mirror neurons that empathetically fire in your brain when you are watching someone else get poked by a needle, for example. Somehow the neurons in a remote viewer must fire empathetically for information about distant events, removed from ordinary sensory detection.
Last year  ( the Air Force received a great deal of flak from the press about a research paper they commissioned to examine the use of teleportation for military purposes. Apparently the journalists didn’t realize that quantum teleportation has been an active area of mainstream research, ever since it was discovered by a team at IBM in the 1990’s. MIT Professor Seth Lloyd has been researching the use of quantum teleportation for communication networks. Lloyd’s support includes DARPA, the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency. Recently he also developed an interest in quantum gravity, the elusive theory that would unite Einstein’s theory of bending space and time with the foundation stone of all modern electronics and atomic engineering: the quantum theory.
In the mid 1990’s, Dr. Stuart Hameroff at the University of Arizona, and Oxford’s Sir Roger Penrose proposed that quantum processes might be involved in the emergence of human consciousness. Penrose is well known for his work in mathematics and the physics of black holes. The idea of creating a synthesis of quantum teleportation and brain function quickly followed as a theory of telepathy. In the Penrose-Hameroff theory, the shape of certain structures in the brain are controlled by the location of single electrons, the quantum of electric charge, and these structures resemble quantum computing circuits.
Seth Lloyd’s theory of quantum gravity is based on quantum computing circuits. In other words, Lloyd believes that spacetime is fundamentally a computational quantum process. Is this beginning to sound a little bit like “The Matrix?” It should.
The STAR GATE legacy stands as evidence that the military will make operational use of anything appearing to offer a technical advantage, whether or not there is scientific support for the technology.
One unnamed high level source has confirmed that paranormal data was discussed by members of an elite government committee. Strange events investigated by Las Vegas businessman Bob Bigelow’s National Institute of Discovery Science (NIDS) have been the topic of discussion between members at DIA sponsored meetings on the threats of emerging technologies.
Dr. Eric Davis, author of the highly controversial report on teleportation commissioned by the U.S. Air Force, has been very forthcoming answering questions about observations of strange creatures and other anomalous phenomena made by NIDS personnel at Bigelow’s Skinwalker Ranch. The Skinwalker is a shape shifting being said to haunt this remote part of Utah near Salt Lake City. 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 spending any period of time at the ranch. The strangeness is reported in “Hunt for the Skinwalker,” by former NIDS staff scientist Colm A. Kelleher, and veteran UFO reporter George Knapp. In the Air Force teleportation study Davis examines potential scientific explanations for the weird phenomena, including spacetime wormholes, teleportation, and manipulation of the quantum vacuum.
If STAR GATE was any measure of the interest displayed by the DIA in this kind of weirdness, it wouldn’t be surprising to learn that the Utah ranch is the subject of at least a few confidential memos for the record. Perhaps DIA would like to ‘read in’ a Skinwalker or two as part of their secret paranormal war on terror.
Copyright © 2005, 2006 by Gary S. Bekkum for STARstream Research. This article was previously featured at Uri Geller’s website.