(Spies, Lies and Polygraph Tape) — In the 1990s, aerospace entrepreneur Robert Bigelow purchased a remote ranch in Utah where strange paranormal experiences had become a way of life. Bigelow’s National Institute Discovery Science (NIDS) team soon descended on the ranch in search of an alleged source behind the strange stories told by the previous owner.
The attack that followed — although not unexpected — was intense, if brief.
According to sources, one of Bigelow’s scientists experienced a close encounter of the most unnerving kind.
Like the smoke monster on the fictional ABC TV series “Lost,” an eerie fog had appeared, described as “a multiple intelligence manifested in the form of a dark shadow or cloud-type effect which had an unusual turbulence effect when it shrunk to a point and disappeared.”
We approached Bigelow adviser Dr. Eric Davis, a physicist who had, in 2001-2003, surveyed the field of teleportation, including reports of supernatural teleportation, while under contract by the U.S. Air Force.
With regard to Skinwalker-like reports of anomalous mind-matter interactions, Davis advised the Air Force, “We will need a physics theory of consciousness and psychotronics, along with more experimental data, in order to test … and discover the physical mechanisms that lay behind the psychotronic manipulation of matter. [Psychic] P-Teleportation, if verified, would represent a phenomenon that could offer potential high-payoff military, intelligence and commercial applications. This phenomenon could generate a dramatic revolution in technology, which would result from a dramatic paradigm shift in science. Anomalies are the key to all paradigm shifts!”
Davis told us, “NIDS folded in October 2004 and ceased routine intensive staff visits to the ranch back in 2001. I was the team leader from 1999-2001.”
“There were multiple voices that spoke in unison telepathically,” Davis candidly explained, regarding the Skinwalker attack, “The voices were monotone males with a very terse, threatening tone … Four senses were in their control so there was no odor, sound, smell, or touch, and overall body motion was frozen (as in the muscles that would not respond). Afterwards, when completely freed from this event — after the dark shadow disappeared — there was no lingering or residual odors, sounds, etc. in the immediate environment.”
Was Bob Bigelow’s remote ranch possessed by an evil supernatural entity?
“How do you interpret that?” I asked Davis. “Sounds like the Exorcist?”
“It does sound like it,” Davis responded, “But it wasn’t in the category of demonic possession. More like an intelligence giving a warning to the staff by announcing its presence and that they (the staff) were being watched by this presence. Demonic possessions are not short lived nor as benign as this, and they always have a religious context.”
What, exactly, was behind the reported experiences at Skinwalker Ranch? Was an unknown and highly capable and intelligent entity guarding its territory?
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Physicist Beatriz Gato-Rivera proposed a “sub-anthropic principle” and “undetectability conjecture” to explain why an alien intelligence might covertly occupy our local region of space and time: because the multiverse is very dangerous, an advanced intelligence must remain hidden for their own safety. Was our solar system a small piece of a galactic hyper-civilization that relies on ultra-technology to conceal its very presence? And was it possible our exposure of their presence (at Skinwalker Ranch?) represented a potential threat to the safety of that civilization from less friendly hyper-civilizations?
Gato-Rivera suggested that the human race might be under the protection of an advanced intelligence, safely inside their territory, thus we experience only minor incursions from hostile forces from deep space.
The question many of us were asking was what level of government involvement, if any, was behind the Bigelow purchase of Skinwalker Ranch.
Davis’ NIDS colleague, Dr. Kit Green, the former CIA analyst with Life Sciences Division had joined a special Defense Intelligence Agency advisory committee at the National Academies of Science. Green had noted with some disdain that Skinwalker had been discussed “ad nauseum” at meetings of the DIA committee, however the topic was never discussed as part of any official agenda.
The DIA committee, Technology Insight — Gauge, Evaluate, Review, or TIGER, was thought by some to have been co-created by Dr. Ron Pandolfi, who had been working with the CIA National Intelligence Council. One TIGER committee member, Dr. John Gannon, had chaired the National Intelligence Council before leaving for private sector intelligence. Pandolfi, a senior CIA adviser, had long been associated with all things tiger-related, and had moved to the MASINT office at DIA. In the 1990s, Pandolfi had created the TACP Network, “to provide the international endangered species protection community with advanced surveillance systems to counter growing poaching threats from organized crime … to assist in counter poaching of wild tigers.” According to Pandolfi’s friend Dan Throop Smith, Pandolfi would sometimes call meetings of his associates near the tiger cages at the National Zoo.
The TIGER committee, which included Kit Green and John Gannon, would soon produce an extensive review of “Emerging Neuroscience and Related Technologies” to “identify areas of cognitive neuroscience … that could have military applications that might be of interest to the intelligence community,” including “mind reading and psychological states.”
Davis seemed concerned that Bigelow’s NIDS might be connected to an official government science advisory group sponsored by the Defense Intelligence Agency.
“National security had nothing to do with NIDS and NIDS had nothing to do with national security … NIDS was a privately owned and funded UFO think-tank … I doubt NIDS was the topic of any Air Force TIGER committee discussion on a formal official basis. It is very likely and not at all surprising if NIDS was discussed on an informal unofficial basis during meals or breaks.”
Davis also noted in his Air Force study, “There are numerous supporters within the U.S. military establishment who comprehend the significance of remote viewing and [the] psycho-kinetic phenomenon, and believe that they could have strategic implications.”
Clearly, at least some officials in the intelligence community maintained an interest in bringing to life the kind of exotic technologies portrayed in science fiction.
And in February 2008, I provided Dr. Green with an experimental proposal by Dr. Shan Gao in Beijing, China, to test for and prove the existence of a quantum physics based mind-to-mind telepathy channel.
“This is fascinating, Gary,” Green replied, adding, “I will be moving to Beijing next month.”
Kit Green’s Mindtap
- Spies, lies, brain scanners and telepathy
- Attack at Skinwalker Ranch
- Sleight of Planet SERPO
- “We can watch a person decide to lie in real time”
- The Experiment
- To catch this Skinwalker, it takes a thief
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