John Gannon, former head of CIA National Security council, was tossed into the muddy mess of a tale of an extraterrestrial alien human exchange program turned viral Internet legend. CIA’s Dr. Ron Pandolfi investigated the outrageous claim that Gannon had been the anonymous source behind the so-called SERPO tale.
(Spies, Lies and Polygraph Tape) — According to the Associated Press, among the names thrown around for Obama’s first CIA Director was Dr. John Gannon, former deputy director for intelligence during the Clinton Administration.
Gannon has since left the CIA and the White House Transitional Planning Office for Homeland Security to join the privatized and outsourced intelligence community.
And, perhaps, he was also party to alleged discussion of the strange and disturbing events at aerospace entrepreneur Bob Bigelow’s haunted Skinwalker Ranch in Utah. The ranch, according to another government intelligence consultant, retired Col. John B. Alexander, is a very strange place where very strange things are reported to happen.
Gannon also participated as a member of a special committee chaired by former CIA life sciences analyst Dr. Christopher Kit Green at the National Academies of Science.
A strong denial — rumors spread that the high strangeness experienced by Bigelow’s science team at the ranch was part of the formal discussion by committee members — was subtly underlined by the admission that the topic had been discussed “ad nauseum” between formal sessions.
“I know John Gannon very, very well,” Green confided to me.
Gannon’s name had been tossed into the muddy mess of a tale of an extraterrestrial alien human exchange program turned viral Internet legend.
CIA’s Dr. Ron Pandolfi investigated the outrageous claim that Gannon had been the anonymous source behind the so-called SERPO tale.
“I am trying to keep the focus on just the issue of claims that DIA employees were in communications with [former Air Force agent Rick] Doty concerning the activities of John Gannon or any other personnel involved in classified work.”
We may never know if SERPO was an Internet joke gone wild or a more nefarious attempt to penetrate classified information via a viral marketing scheme (see my book “The UFO Spy Games” for more information) or if the affair damaged Gannon’s future options within the outsourced intelligence community. The SERPO affair did illustrate the higher-level connections between Bigelow’s science advisers, including Green, who sat on Bigelow’s Science Advisory Board, and senior U.S. intelligence officials.
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Meetings attended by Gannon and chaired by Green resulted in a report on the threat of “emerging cognitive neurosciences” — a field that might someday include the induction and reading of thoughts directly from the human brain.
The final report explores a vast landscape of related topics of interest to the Department of Defense.
At the first meeting of the group in June 2007, Defense Intelligence Agency interests were represented by Jim Dearlove, a senior intelligence officer. Curiously, I had come across Dearlove’s name in the voluminous material concerning the SERPO affair — material that included a series of email messages provided by CIA’s Pandolfi, who had been working out of a DIA office.
“I have concluded the John Gannon connection was fabricated,” opined Pandolfi, “most likely by Doty with possibly the assistance of others.”
“Your expansion of the story of the two DIA employees visiting Los Alamos National Laboratory being known to others has me concerned,” Pandolfi would later write to Green, in a series of emails Pandolfi leaked to us, “If the story of the sources — visitors — is true, they are falsely representing themselves as DIA employees, possibly to access sensitive facilities and acquire classified information for a foreign service.”
“I am fully prepared to believe,” Green would later reply to Pandolfi, according to email provided by Pandolfi, “that there is ample room in all this for Rick [Doty] to be fabricating. I do not believe for one single instant that Jim Dearlove is fabricating. He was, however, decidedly nervous and uncharacteristically upset — sweating, apologetic to an absolute extreme — apologized for ‘failing’ me in what I needed at least three separate times in the discussion, which was in a classified setting … [he] said nothing like that had ever happened to him after such a routine request in his over 30-years at DIA — and especially since the question was, he thought, banal: ‘Have we two guys with this name, and can Dr. Green meet with them?’”
The SERPO affair added an otherworldly “Close Encounters of the Third Kind” inspired nonsense that covered over the serious discussion of Bigelow, his aerospace effort, and the private intelligence his group had collected while spending time at Skinwalker Ranch — intelligence that might have uncovered a secret privatized psychological warfare experiment using very advanced technology that had been developed in the black world of government contractors.
At least, that was one possibility suggested by Bigelow sources.
The other, more disturbing and popular explanation involved an extraterrestrial presence doing more or less the same with the unfortunate humans living on the property.
Gannon and Green had been tasked to provide the DIA with an early warning of potential mind-altering methods for reading and controlling the human brain.
The report summarized a list of questions in the minds of key decision makers:
- Can the cognitive states and intentions of persons of interest be read?
- Can cognitive capacities be enhanced?
- Can cognitive states and intentions be controlled?
- Can cognitive states be used to drive devices?
The alleged telepathic incidents, including one well-reported takeover of the mind of a Bigelow scientist would superficially appear to answer “yes” to all the above. One question remains largely unanswered: If the Skinwalker Ranch incidents represent real and objective interaction with the human mind, then who — or what exactly — is hiding behind the curtain?
But is telepathy — and in particular, quantum mind based telepathy, real? An experiment designed by a scientist in Beijing would soon attract Dr. Green’s attention. And we know — based upon the small amount of foreign collection intelligence released in the STAR GATE psychic spy files by the CIA — that the Defense Intelligence Agency was very interested in paranormal research in China in the 1990s.
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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