Former senior NSA official Tom Drake has gone on the record about psychic and other intelligence advanced warning of the terror attacks of September 11, 2001. We review how we exposed the story of American intelligence and psychic spying after 9/11.
Image: Screenshot of Tom Drake on CBS News 60 Minutes
(STARpod.us) — In 2007, STARstream Research sources claimed the U.S. National Security Agency managed a TOP SECRET Special Access Program investigating the use of paranormal phenomena for intelligence collection.
Our special investigation continued to reveal new information about the secretive effort until September 2012, when former senior NSA official Thomas Andrews Drake confirmed psychic 9/11 intelligence to investigative reporter George Knapp during a live interview on the popular late-night talk radio program Coast to Coast AM.
(17 September 2007) New Sources Confirm CIA STAR GATE Transferred to Spy Agency … Gus Russo is the author of several books including “Live by the Sword: The Secret War Against Castro and the Death of JFK.” Russo has worked as an investigative reporter for PBS’s Frontline and ABC News. In a story published in June of this year, Russo examined the “Real X-Files” behind the infiltration of government intelligence agencies into networks of investigative citizen journalists interested in exotic phenomena, like UFOs and parapsychology. According to information provided by an independent source to Gus Russo, the STAR GATE psychic spy project “was relocated from CIA and is one of the most highly classified at NSA.”
(20 September 2007) Inside the National Security Agency: Are Psychic Spies Watching You? … According to Gus Russo, he was told by his source that “the program encountered problems when when foreign targets were being blocked by an extraterrestrial source that has never been identified.” The CIA STAR GATE files prove military psychics — known as “remote viewers” — had allegedly encountered extraterrestrial entities in the 1980s. Reports of interference in psychic viewing of “foreign targets” adds a new dimension to the strange saga of psychic intelligence.
When asked about the veracity of his source, Russo stated, “His speculations are sometimes further than I would go … But his accuracy re: facts has never been in question.”
NSA has been in the public spotlight because of a controversial secret order signed by President Bush allowing NSA to spy on U.S. citizens.
(18 November 2007) It’s a Strange World: The Human as Living Time Machine … It’s not hard to find well educated persons who believe they have experienced a premonition of a future event. Perhaps no one has a greater burden to bear than Chris Robinson, who claims to be a “dream detective”: a man who has learned to use his prescient talent for predicting future events, by understanding coded messages revealed in dreams.
Robinson reported dreaming of airplanes crashing into buildings prior to the events of September 11, 2001.
Robinson’s premonitions were the subject of tests conducted by Gary E. Schwartz, at the University of Arizona, in the summer of 2001. I was first introduced to Dr. Schwartz a year earlier, in a private email discussion involving San Francisco physicist Dr. Jack Sarfatti, and his concept of a post-quantum theory of consciousness. Several years passed before I heard of the “Arizona Experiments” Schwartz had conducted with Mr. Robinson, a citizen of the United Kingdom.
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(25 March 2010) Spooks in Space: CIA, NSA, Extraterrestrial Aliens and Persons of Interest … The existence of multiple government weird phenomena units is a fact emerging from the forced declassification of older government documents. Now that the existence of the older programs is no longer a matter of speculation (for years many journalists, including Jack Anderson at the Washington Post had written about the programs before they had been officially revealed), we are free to ponder the possibility of new efforts to collect information concerning persons of interest.
In my first book “Spies, Lies, and Polygraph Tape,” I suggested the statement of Uri Geller to Jon Ronson in London — made mere weeks after 9/11 — pointed to a renewed attempt to put unexplained phenomena to good use by the Intelligence Community. New revelations made by another U.K. psychic — Chris Robinson — and later confirmed by well placed sources, point to a post-9/11 NSA-based paranormal psychic project, among other privately sponsored efforts. Robinson had been working with NSA official Tom Drake until Drake was forced out of NSA over his whistle-blowing on NSA mismanagement.
(19 June 2010) CIA Report Confirms NSA Psychic Spy Program … A footnote found in an article written by Gerald K. Haines for the CIA’s classified “Studies in Intelligence” confirms the existence of a rumored National Security Agency psychic research program … The footnote is found in the declassified CIA-published article called “CIA’s Role in the Study of UFOs, 1947-90: A Die-Hard Issue.” The article is available to read at the CIA’s website.
Haines writes, “CIA also maintained Intelligence Community coordination with other agencies regarding their work in parapsychology, psychic phenomena, and ‘remote viewing’ experiments. In general, the Agency took a conservative scientific view of these unconventional scientific issues.” He then adds in the footnote, “There is a DIA Psychic Center and the NSA studies parapsychology, that branch of psychology that deals with the investigation of such psychic phenomena as clairvoyance, extrasensory perception, and telepathy.”