(Spies, Lies and Polygraph Tape) — According to STARstream Research source Christopher Robinson — a man who was vetted by former senior intelligence official Tom Drake during a national talk show broadcast on over 500 radio stations — psychic intelligence warning of the 9/11 attack on New York City made prior to Sept. 11, 2001 was turned over to a U.S. secret service agency.
In addition to then senior NSA official Tom Drake, others had been advised of Robinson’s psychic warning of airplanes about to be used as weapons of mass destruction against buildings in New York City.
A paper written by professor Gary E. Schwartz of the University of Arizona reports:
While Chris Robinson was in Tucson [to have his precognitive skills tested in Arizona by professor Schwartz during a ten-day experiment] he had a nightmare involving planes crashing into large buildings in New York City and thousands of people dying. The dreams continued when he returned to England. He recorded the dreams, drew [pictures] of the buildings [resembling the twin towers of the World Trade Center], and told his police supervisor [his handler] of the dreams.
A few days before 9/11, he was compelled to post a letter to the London Embassy warning of a serious threat to U.S. safety. Chris Robinson’s police supervisor has a copy of drawings made by Chris Robinson prior to 9/11 of planes crashing into tall buildings in New York CIty. The diagram faxed to the police and verified by them is available [see the earlier drawing from August 2000 in this article].
The specific 9/11 twin tower precognitive dream is not novel for Chris Robinson. He has been having terrorist-related dreams — documented by British police and Scotland Yard — for more than twenty years.
The U.S. Secret Service is “a federal law enforcement agency with headquarters in Washington, D.C., and more than 150 offices throughout the United States and abroad.” Among the many missions given to the Secret Service is “to identify, assess, and manage persons who have the interest and ability to mount attacks against Secret Service protectees,” including the President of the United States, the Vice President, and their families.
The grave threat made by al-Qaida operatives against targets in Washington, D.C., including the White House and the U.S. Capitol Building, led to an increased interest in predicting the next major terror attack inside the United States.
In his paper, Schwartz explains what happened following 9/11.
In February of 2002, Chris Robinson conducted a replication and extension of the Arizona ten-day experiment in Washington, D.C., with a member of a U.S. secret service agency (who requested … that … identity and agency be kept secret). In this experiment, Chris Robinson predicted major events that would be published each day in the newspaper [a similar experiment called Project “P” was run by the Defense Intelligence Agency in the 1980s]. This procedure has the advantage that the major news stories obtained each day can be selected and scored by blind judges. Their findings replicated, in accuracy and detail, the findings from the University of Arizona ten-day experiment. Though their findings are currently secret (the … has read the report), it is anticipated that they will be available for publication at a later date.
The question of whether or not precognitive psychic intelligence — known from official documents to be of interest to the governments of the United States and Great Britain — was shared with White House staff, comes into focus when one compares statements made by Condolezza Rice to the 9/11 commission with the psychic intelligence provided by Chris Robinson to Britain’s MI5 intelligence service prior to 9/11.
The threat reporting that we received in the spring and summer of 2001 was not specific as to time, nor place, nor manner of attack.
However, as early as August 2000, more than one year prior to planes crashing into the twin towers of the World Trade Center in New York City, Robinson wrote in his dream notebook:
Muslims attack … I was in a plane … hijacked … front seats … I tried to get to back of plane, find my camera … tower blocks [drawing of two towers side by side] … big city … looks like New York … dead, everyone dead … lots of dead people everywhere … looks like a big place … what a terrible mess … Christopher, you must tell MI5, Paul or Bob … so many cups [symbol of dead souls], can’t count them all, impossible … can’t get near site of crash … terrible mess … never seen this before …
Rice also told the 9/11 commission:
“I think that concern about what I might have known or we might have known was provoked by some statements that I made in a press conference. I was in a press conference to try and describe the August 6  memo … And I said, at one point, that this was a historical memo, that it was — it was not based on new threat information. And I said, “No one could have imagined them taking a plane, slamming it into the Pentagon” — I’m paraphrasing now — “into the World Trade Center, using planes as a missile.” … All that I can tell you is that it was not in the August 6 memo, using planes as a weapon. And I do not remember any reports to us, a kind of strategic warning, that planes might be used as weapons.
However, former U.S. National Security Agency official Tom Drake told investigative reporter George Knapp on the Coast to Coast AM radio show that Robinson’s MI5 psychic intelligence had been shared with U.S. intelligence officials, and that it had been ignored (along with other pre-9/11 intelligence, including “actionable intelligence” Drake claims had been lost on NSA storage drives and was later recovered in 2002).
More troubling is Robinson’s claim of psychic intelligence pointing to a nuclear attack against targets inside of the United States.
Following 9/11, it was reported that some of the psychic spies had been mentally viewing above ground nuclear explosions.
Jon Ronson reported in his book “The Men Who Stare at Goats”:
A number of second-generation remote viewers (psychic spies who learned the trade from members of the Fort Meade [military intelligence] unit and subsequently set up their own training schools) were also contacted by the intelligence communities post-9/11. One — a woman named Angela Thompson — had a vision of mushroom clouds over Denver, Seattle and Florida.
At about the same time, psychic dreamer Chris Robinson also reported a vision of nukes.
“In about 2003 — I think it was summer in [the] U.K. — I spent a few days asking [the dreams] and focusing on the next serious attack on the U.S.A. I saw nukes! I did send this to a contact in the Pentagon [not identified by Mr. Robinson, other than to confirm it was not Tom Drake the NSA official]. I have seen some of the smaller attacks over the years and we learned a lot about the way this [predictive dreaming] can work.”
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