An official of the United States Government has raised a serious issue about a potential threat to the national security, perhaps involving espionage and foreign powers.
27 October 2006
(ArriveNet Press Release) — A high-ranking official has inquired into UFO-related activities involving several present and former government officials. Although STAR stream Research does not [at this time] intend to release the name, position or identify the officer’s associates, they have a mutual contact, Dan [Throop] Smith, who produces a blog containing information about the investigation. Excerpts from Mr. Smith’s blog, relevant to the investigation, have been reproduced at the STARstream Research website.
An inquiry from STARstream Research to another undisclosed source, closely aligned with both sides of the investigation, has confirmed that the FBI has been apprised of the situation. [A prior request to the Minneapolis office of the FBI concerning some of the sources for this press release was responded to by the Joint Terrorism Task Force, stating they were not comfortable discussing the issue by e-mail.]
Another contributor to STARstream Research has been advised of concerns over potential violation of law coming from leaks made by government officials during an official inquiry. An additional issue involves confirmation of the existence of a confidential operation, conveyed in allegations that the STARstream Research contributor had asked “inappropriate questions” about an unrelated and sensitive matter during a meeting with a government official. Mr. Smoth, who was present at the meeting, denies that the sensitive topic was ever discussed.
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In August 2006, STARstream Research launched the “Invasion: Earth” series to examine the question of intelligent interference in human affairs. The next phase of the series — featured at the STARstream Research website — examines the possibility that a “viral information infection” has been largely responsible for reports of strange phenomena by otherwise intelligent and credible observers. In recent years, and largely due to the Freedom of Information Act, STARstream Research has learned of extensive government interest in the application of phenomenology, primarily as an addition to the espionage toolkit. The new vision of the phenomena, the government and the destiny of the world forms a synthesis beyond the ordinary view of consensus reality. “Follow the money” translates into “follow the memes” — follow the pattern of interaction [i.e. information infection] among the human players [at the UFO spy game] and their “phenomenology handlers.”
One particular question from Mr. Smith’s blog, allegedly sent to Mr. Smith by an intelligence official, makes reference to the “viral information” idea, also known as a meme. At issue is whether or not an information sickness might be involved in questionable activities [potentially related to the national defense], and the extent to which the Internet may have contributed to the situation. Portions of Mr. Smith’s blog, related to the investigation, have been reproduced with his permission [in articles published by STARstream Research, as reference material].
Caryn Anscomb, a London-based investigator of strange phenomena, has been reviewing the history of intelligence and phenomenology for STARstream Research, including UFO reports and counterintelligence operations. Additional information is available at the STARstream Research website in a series of reports, titled “UFO Trickster Tales.”
The October  edition of [the online report by STARstream Research] also features an interview with Mohammad Mansouryar, an Iranian theorist and physics student looking for American support to develop his ideas about creating spacetime wormholes for distance reduction transportation technology. Paul Murad, an official with at the Defense Intelligence Agency, has confirmed to STARStream Research that Mansouryar’s paper has been accepted by STAIF 2007. STAIF is the Space Technology and Applications International Forum.
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