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Cosmic COINTELPRO Timeline

Cosmic COINTELPRO Timeline – Introduction

Agents of the world’s elite have been long engaged in a war on the populace of Earth. Greed is the motivation for this war, a greed so pervasive that it encompasses the planet and all of the beings on it, but in recent times a philosophy has been used to justify that greed. It is […]

1700

Elihu Yale was born near Boston, educated in London, and served with the British East India Company, eventually becoming governor of Fort Saint George, Madras, in 1687. He amassed a great fortune from trade and returned to England in 1699. Yale became known as a philanthropist; upon receiving a request from the Collegiate School in Connecticut, he sent a […]

1806

In Germany, the “scientific method” was being applied to all forms of human endeavor. Prussia, which blamed the defeat of its forces by Napoleon in 1806 on soldiers only thinking about themselves in the stress of battle, took the principles set forth by John Locke and Jean Rosseau and created a new educational system. Johan Fitche, […]

1832

William Huntington Russell, Samuel’s cousin, studied in Germany from 1831-32. Hegellian philosophy was very much in vogue during William Russell’s time in Germany. When Russell returned to Yale in 1832, he formed a senior society with Alphonso Taft. According to information acquired from a break-in to the “tomb” (the Skull and Bones meeting hall) in […]

1860

Abraham and Sarah Warburg had three children: Moritz, Siegmund and a daughter (unnamed in ref) who married Paul Schiff. Schiff was a director of Vienna’s Creditanstalt Bank, which was controlled by Baron Albert Rothschild. The Schiff’s and Rothschild families used to share the same house in Frankfurt. Siegmund developed close ties to Baron Lionell von Rothschild of the London family. While Moritz worked with Baron […]

1889

Robert Sterling Clark, heir to the Singer Fortune, graduated from Yale University’s Sheffield Scientific School with a degree in engineering. He then entered the United States Army, which sent him to Manila and also to China. Related Articles:18321700

1893

William McKinley, aiming at the Republican nomination for the presidency, makes hundreds of speeches throughout the country in the congressional campaign. He comes to be known as “the advance agent of prosperity.” Related Articles:JFK: The Debris of History

1897

William McKinley, after waging a “front porch” campaign, is the 25th president. The Republicans also win control of both houses of Congress. There will be unbroken Republican control of the presidency and both houses for 14 years.John Hay, one of the country’s greatest diplomats, who had been private secretary to Lincoln, secretary of the legations […]

1898

After an explosion on the night of February 15th rips through the U.S. ship Maine, anchored in Havana Harbor, killing 267 officers and men, the newspapers of Joseph Pulitzer and William Randolph Hearst stir up anger in the U.S. and help to push it toward war with Spain. McKinley makes every effort to avoid war, but even his own assistant […]

1900

William McKinley, the most popular chief executive since Abraham Lincoln, is re-nominated with Theodore Roosevelt as vice president. The prosperity of the nation continues. One of the best Republican slogans is “four years more of the full dinner-pail.” J. Henry Schroder Banking Company is listed as Number 2 in capitalization on the list of the seventeen merchant bankers who […]

1901

William Taft is appointed civil governor of the Philippines, with full responsibility for reorganizing the national and municipal government, the judiciary and police, and the taxation system. Princeton University trustees unanimously elect Woodrow Wilson president of the university on June 9th. He is determined to build the university into an institution that will produce leaders and statesmen. Robert Sterling Clark – […]

1903

The US Dept of Commerce and Labor is established. Thomas Edison produces the first ‘western’The Great Train Robbery.’ Henry Ford founds Ford Motors. Robert Sterling Clark – still in the Army – returns to Peking China. Yale Divinity School set up a program of schools and hospitals in China. Mao Zedong was among the staff. During the intrigues of […]

1904

The foundations of eugenics were laid down in the 19th century by Francis Galton. A cousin of Charles Darwin and a man of wayward brilliance, Galton was convinced of the need to improve human stock by selective breeding. At the start of the 20th century, industrialists like Andrew Carnegie andJohn D Rockefeller saw a justification for competitive capitalism in Darwin’s ‘survival of […]

1905

Albert Einstein’s “Theory of Special Relativity.” See, “Elektrodynamik Bewegter Korper,” 17 Annalen der Physik, pp. 891-921. (1905). Robert Sterling Clark – still in the Army – travels to the West Indies to begin preparations for an ambitious undertaking: an expedition to a remote area of northern China. The beginning of the 20th century saw eugenicists questioning the health […]

1906

The Race Betterment Foundation was set up in Michigan, U.S.A., by J.H. Kellogg of cornflakes fame. Canada, in the North Atlantic, NE of Newfoundland, deck of the ship St Andrew. “I saw three meteors fall into the water dead ahead of the ship one after another at a distance of about five miles. Although it was daylight, they left a […]

1907

Inspired by Galton’s ideas, the Eugenics Education Society of UK was founded with the explicit aim of spreading the doctrine of genetic improvement throughout the land. Galton became its honorary president in 1908. Galton’s protge, Karl Pearson, a statistician of real originality, developed the founder’s ideas of human measurement and formed the Biometric Laboratory at University College, London in the […]

1908

The Tunguska meteorite. A mysterious fireball exploded over Tunguska in Siberia, creating shock waves felt miles away and setting 1,200 acres on fire. In 1927, Russian scientists first visit the sight of the blast. They find no meteorite fragments. Robert Sterling Clark – still in the Army – undertakes an ambitious expedition to a remote area of […]

1909

England. Mystery airships seen almost exclusively at night, once again visited many parts of Britain. Mostly described as oblong in shape and equipped with a large searchlight, the craft was capable of propelling itself through the air at great speed. Persian Gulf. Objects described as rotating wheels, which could go under water were sighted and a Danish […]

1910

With the financial support of the Harriman and Rockefeller families, Charles Davenport established the Eugenics Record Office at Cold Spring Harbour and appointed Harry Laughlin as its superintendent. Normandy. The crew of a French fishing boat operating off the coast saw ‘a large, black, bird-like object’ fall from the sky into the sea, then bounded back before it fell once more and […]

1911

A political cartoon drawn by cartoonist Robert Minor for the St. Louis Post-Dispatch in 1911 made an unusual statement. Minor’s cartoon portrays a bearded, beaming Karl Marx standing in Wall Street with Socialism tucked under his arm and accepting the congratulations of financial luminaries J.P. Morgan, Morgan partner George W. Perkins, a smug John D. Rockefeller, John D. Ryan of National City Bank, and Teddy Roosevelt – […]

1912

The psychologist Henry Goddard had introduced the Binet intelligence test to the US at the start of the century. This gave the eugenicists a way to quantify intelligence, and, more particularly, measure and define ‘idiots’, ‘imbeciles’ and ‘morons’. Goddard’s famous study of the inheritance of feeble-mindedness in the pseudonymous ‘Kallikak’ family was published in 1912. Senator LaFollette and Congressman Lindbergh spoke regularly […]

1913

At his inauguration on March 4th, Woodrow Wilson notices that a wide space had been cleared in front of the speaker’s platform. He motions to the police holding back the crowd and orders: “Let the people come forward.” His supporters will later say the phrase expresses the spirit of his administration. The Wilson administration offers Franklin Roosevelt several […]

1914

The Federal Reserve System began its operations in 1914 with the activity of the Organization Committee, appointed by Woodrow Wilson, and composed of Secretary of the Treasury William McAdoo, who was his son-in-law, Secretary of Agriculture Houston and Comptroller of the Currency John Skelton Williams. […] The certification of incorporation of the Federal Reserve Bank of […]

1915

The success of Francqui and Hoover at provisioning Germany during the First World War was noted in Nordeutsche Allgemeine Zeitung, March 13, 1915, which noted that large quantities of food were now arriving from Belgium by rail. Schmoller’s Yearbook for Legislation, Administration and Political Economy for 1916, shows that one billion pounds of meat, one and a […]

1916

With Edith Cavell out of the way, the “Belgian Relief” operation continued, although in 1916, German emissaries again approached London officials with the information that they did not believe Germany could continue military operations, not only because of food shortages, but because of financial problems. More “emergency relief” was sent, and Germany continued in the war until […]

1917

In January the Grace Russian Company was formed, the joint owners being W. R. Grace & Co. and the San Galli Trading Company of Petrograd. American International Corporation had a substantial investment in the Grace Russian Company and through Holbrook an interlocking directorship. Leon Trotsky wrote in his autobiography, My Life, “My only profession in New York was that of a revolutionary socialist.” Yet […]

1918

President Wilson delivers his “Fourteen Points” speech on January 8th, naming 14 points to be used as a guide for a peace settlement. The speech will do much to undermine German morale during the final months of the war. William B. Thompson, who was in Petrograd from July until November last, has made a personal contribution […]

1919

RCA founded. Within a year of its foundation, engineers began publishing papers and organizing the study of long-range radio communications. The Rockefeller Foundation’s work in the natural sciences begins, with support to the National Research Council to establish fellowships in physics and chemistry. More than $4.5 million is expended over 33 years to train more than 1,000 individuals. During a […]

1920

A business decline will bring unemployment and the collapse of farm prosperity. People will blame Wilson and the Democrats. Warren Harding with his plea for a “return to normalcy” after the war is elected president on November 2nd. Calvin Coolidge of Massachusetts is elected vice president. President Wilson is unable to participate in the campaign. Harding and […]

1921

Rockefeller Foundation endows a second and third school of public health in the U.S.- Harvard University and the University of Michigan -and launches an ambitious plan to circle the globe with schools. Spending more than $25 million, RF helps establish schools in Prague, Warsaw, London, Toronto, Copenhagen, Budapest, Oslo, Belgrade, Zagreb, Madrid, Cluj (Romania), Ankara, Sofia, […]

1922

RCA hired Alfred Goldsmith as consulting head of Research Department while he taught electrical engineering at the City College of New York. Two years later, Goldsmith led a crew of engineers, technicians, and scientists to the new Technical and Test Laboratory opposite Van Cortlandt Park in the Bronx in New York City. There they tried to maintain […]

1923

Samuel Russell established Russell and Company for the purpose of acquiring opium in Turkey and smuggling it to China. Russell and Company merged with the Perkins (Boston) syndicate in and became the primary American opium smuggler. Many of the great American and European fortunes were built on the “China”(opium) trade. One of Russell and Company’s Chief […]

1924

The Virginia Racial Integrity Act passed on the advice of Harry Laughlin (Eugenics lab funded by Harrimans and Rockefellers) and was finally overturned and struck off the books by order of the US Federal Supreme Court as late as 1967. On February 22nd, Calvin Coolidge delivers the first presidential radio broadcast from the White House. Ireland, County Wexford. Two boys watched […]

1925

Calvin Coolidge wins a second term as president. United States, Moora, WA. Two Australian teenagers stumbled upon a saucer-shaped shimmering object resting on four legs in a paddock near. They ran off in fear. Related Articles:19241920

1926

Mongolia. During his expedition explorer Nicholas Roerich and members of his caravan, caught sight of a huge oval-shaped object high in the sky. It had a shiny surface that reflected the sun on one side and moved at great speed north to south. Related Articles:

1927

Charles Lindbergh is the first person to fly across the Atlantic Ocean. Josef Stalin comes to power in the former Soviet Union. Romania. A cylindrical object flew over a Rumanian village at an altitude of 200-300 m from west to east. Smoke gray in color it was an estimated 15-20 m in length and had a diameter of […]

1928

Calvin Coolidge declines to run for president again. Herbert Hoover was “designated” to run for president of the United States. There was only one problem; although Herbert Hoover had been born in the United States, and was thus eligible for the office of the presidency, according to the Constitution, he had never had a business address or […]

1929

Herbert Hoover becomes the 31st president and the first president born west of the Mississippi River. Stock Market Crash – The Great Depression begins. The stock market crash throws the nation’s economic system into disorder. Roosevelt’s vigorous relief policies convince people that he is on their side. Joseph Kennedy is one of the few financiers to sense […]

1930

Institute for Advanced Study founded. This ivory tower of academia, if ever there was one, was the result of a “synchronous” act of philanthropy. The Institute was underwritten with a gift from Mr. Louis Bamberger and his sister, Mrs. Felix Fuld, under the guidance of the famous educator Abraham Flexner, who originated the concept from which the Institute took its […]

1931

The Hoover Moratorium was not intended to “help” Germany, as Hoover had never been “pro-German”. The Moratorium on Germany’s war debts was necessary so that Germany would have funds for rearming. In 1931, the truly forward-looking diplomats were anticipating the Second World War, and there could be no war without an “aggressor”. 27 American states had […]

1932

The Tuskegee Syphilis Study begins. 200 black men diagnosed with syphilis are never told of their illness, are denied treatment, and instead are used as human guinea pigs in order to follow the progression and symptoms of the disease. They all subsequently die from syphilis, their families never told that they could have been treated. Rockefeller Foundation grants […]

1933

In his book Aggression, Otto Lehmann-Russbeldt tells us that “Hitler was invited to a meeting at the Schroder Bank in Berlin on January 4, 1933. The leading industrialists and bankers of Germany tided Hitler over his financial difficulties and enabled him to meet the enormous debt he had incurred in connection with the maintenance of his private army. […]

1934

Hoover attacks FDR’s New Deal policies in The Challenge to Liberty Congress passes the Securities and Exchange Act. In China, Mao Zedong and his followers begin ‘The Long March.’ The British government classifies Physicist Leo Szilard’s atomic chain reaction patents. Drs. E. L. Chaffee and R. U. Light write monograph: A method for Remote Control of Electrical Stimulation of the Nervous […]

1935

The Pellagra Incident. After millions of individuals die from Pellagra over a span of two decades, the U.S. Public Health Service finally acts to stem the disease. The director of the agency admits it had known for at least 20 years that Pellagra is caused by a niacin deficiency but failed to act since most of […]

1936

John Maynard Keynes publishes The General Theory of Economics. So-called “Macroeconomics” is born. The Olympic Games are held in Berlin. African American track and field star Jesse Owens wins gold medals. A UFO crashed near the city of Freiburg, according to some sources. It is said that the UFO was retrieved, and that German scientists attempted to understand the UFO’s […]

1938

Einstein proposes to take Kaluza’s fifth dimension as REAL. Later retracts. Estonia, Juminda. Two observers watched a 1-meter long object that was greenish -brown in color until it finally disappeared. Josef Stalin tries the “Anti-Soviet bloc of rightists and Trotskyites.” The crux of the Stalinist accusation was that Trotskyites were paid agents of international capitalism. K. G. […]

1939

World War II begins in Europe, when Germany invades Poland. In Germany, sterilisation of the mentally retarded was replaced by a euthanasia law. Now patients in mental hospitals could simply be killed on eugenics grounds. Victims of this program, both adults and children, were given lethal injections or gassed; in the occupied territories, they were shot by […]

1940

Four hundred prisoners in Chicago are infected with Malaria in order to study the effects of new and experimental drugs to combat the disease. Nazi doctors later on trial at Nuremberg cite this American study to defend their own actions during the Holocaust. Rockefeller Foundation supports work to improve the design of the Van de Graaff accelerator […]

1941

FDR makes his “Four Freedoms” speech before Congress on January 6th. They are freedom of speech, of religion, from want, from fear. In preparation for World War II, President Roosevelt creates the Office of Coordinator of Information (COI). General William “Wild Bill” Donovan heads the new intelligence service. Pearl Harbor is attacked by Japan. Congress declares war […]

1942

United States, Los Angeles: February 25, At least a million residents awoke to air raid sirens at 2:25am., and U.S. Army personnel fired 1,430 rounds of antiaircraft shells at an unidentified, slow- moving object in the sky over Los Angeles that looked like a blimp, or a balloon. All radio stations had been ordered off the […]

1943

The U.S. begins research on biological weapons at Fort Detrick, MD, in response to Japan’s full-scale germ warfare program. Donovan recruits the Catholic Church in Rome to be the center of Anglo-American spy operations in Fascist Italy. This would prove to be one of America’s most enduring intelligence alliances in the Cold War. Russia, Pushkino. Soldiers […]

1944

United States, Washington, DC. On February 22, Franklin D. Roosevelt writes a Top Secret memo on White House stationary for “The special committee on non-terrestrial science and technology.” Both the title and the content clearly allude to extraterrestrial life, the former using the word “non-terrestrial” and the latter talks about “coming to grips with the reality […]

1945

In February, the “big Three” [Churchill, UK; Stalin, USSR; & F. Roosevelt, US] meet at Yalta. The “Cold War” begins. FDR is elected for a historic 4th term. Harry Truman is a reluctant compromise candidate for vice president. Truman becomes President when FDR dies in office on April 12th. On April 12th FDR dies in office. VP Harry […]

1946

Sweden. The Scandanavian countries reported over 2,000 unidentified flying objects over their airspace. These objects usually looked like rockets with fiery exhausts, and they sometimes performed unusual maneuvers as they passed overhead. At first they were thought to be captured German V-2 missiles that were being tested by the Russians, but British radar experts said they […]

1947

Colonel Maurice Sheahan, the Far Eastern Director of Trans World Airline, flies over Shaanxi Province and sees a large pyramid. It is about 40 miles southewest of Xi’an. His account was published in the New York Times on March 28 under the headline “U.S. Flier Reports Huge Chinese Pyramid in Isolated Mountains Southwest of Sian” [Si’an]. The report […]

1948

United States, Louisville, Kentucky. Capt. Thomas Mantell lost his life on 7 January while attempting to chase a UFO, This is the first fatality on record directly connected with an UFO chase. Reports from private citizens were made to the Kentucky State Highway Patrol describing a strange, saucer-shaped flying object, 200 – 300 ft. diameter. It […]

1949

Chinese Communist Party leader Mao Zedong and his supporters gain power in China. George Adamski, grill cook in a roadside hamburger stand, wrote, in his spare time, a document which he called An Imaginary Trip to the Moon, Venus and Mars. He voluntarily listed it with the Library of Congress for copyright purposes as a work of fiction. His […]

1950

President Truman survives an assassination attempt on November 1st. Calmly he keeps to his scheduled appointments afterward. The Korean War begins. Department of Defense begins plans to detonate nuclear weapons in desert areas and monitor downwind residents for medical problems and mortality rates. The French conducted research on infrasonic weapons. (From “The Road From Armageddon“, by Peter Lewis, […]

1951

US Army General Douglas McArthur asks American President Truman for permission to use atomic weapons in the Korean War. President Truman fires General Douglas McArthur. Richard Nixon enters the U.S. Senate as its youngest member. His Senate career is uneventful and he is able to concentrate all his efforts on the upcoming presidential election. Johnny Appleseed of […]

1952

Former WWII Supreme Allied Commander, Dwight D. “Ike” Eisenhower wins election as President of the US. Truman refuses to run for president again. The Republicans choose Nixon as Eisenhower’s running mate, to balance the ticket with a West Coast conservative. The Republicans win by a landslide on November 4th. Meanwhile, John Kennedy is elected to the […]

1953

Dwight D. Eisenhower sworn in as 34th president. He makes it clear that he plans to work for world peace. Richard Nixon at 39 is the nation’s 2nd youngest vice president. Eisenhower grooms his vice president for active duty. They will both serve 2 terms. Senator Kennedy marries Jacqueline Lee Bouvier of Long Island on September […]

1954

Atomic scientist Robert J. Oppenheimer [the Father of the Atomic Bomb] loses his US security clearance. Guatemala – CIA overthrows the democratically elected Jacob Arbenz in a military coup. Arbenz has threatened to nationalize the Rockefeller-owned United Fruit Company, in which CIA Director Allen Dulles also owns stock. Arbenz is replaced with a series of right-wing dictators whose bloodthirsty […]

1955

April 18, Albert Einstein dies. (circa) Dr Louis West, friends with Aldous Huxley. It was Huxley who suggested that West combine LSD and hypnosis in his experiments. (Lee, Martin and Schlain, Bruce, Acid Dreams, Grove Press, 1985, pg 48) West was an Air Force Major, chairman of the Psychiatry Department of UCLA, director of the Neuro-Psychiatric Institute, expert in hypnosis. West was a veteran of the CIA’s MKULTRA mind control […]

1956

Dwight Eisenhower is re-elected President. Television campaign ads are used (significantly) for the first time. U.S. military releases mosquitoes infected with Yellow Fever over Savannah, Ga and Avon Park, FL. Following each test, Army agents posing as public health officials test victims for effects. Hungary – Radio Free Europe incites Hungary to revolt by broadcasting Khruschev’s Secret Speech, […]

1957

Dwight Eisenhower uses well-armed federal troops (including the 101st Airborne) to desegregate schools (over strong state resistance) in Little Rock Arkansas. The “D-Day” parallel is. . . Future American President, William Clinton is living in Arkansas at this time. It has now been documented that millions of doses of LSD were produced and disseminated under the aegis of […]

1958

Project Argus Between August and September 1958, the US Navy exploded three fission type nuclear bombs 480 km above the South Atlantic Ocean, in the part of the lower Van Allen Belt closest to the earth’s surface. In addition, two hydrogen bombs were detonated 160 km over Johnston Island in the Pacific. The military called this […]

1959

Aldous Huxley gives a speech in London on “Latent Human Potential.” COINTELPRO is kicked off and the games begin. Morris K. Jessup found dead in his station wagon in a Dade County Park, Florida, on the evening of April 29, 1959. A hose had been attached to the exhaust pipe of the station wagon and looped into the […]

1960

MK-DELTA, CIA: Fine-tuned electromagnetic subliminal programming Targeting: Long Range Frequencies: VHF HF UHF Modulated at ELF Transmission and Reception: Television antennae, radio antennae, power lines, mattress spring coils, modulation on 60 Hz wiring. Purpose: programming behavior and attitudes in general population Effects: fatigue, mood swings, behavior dysfunction and social criminality, mood swings Pseudonym: “Deep Sleep”, R.H.I.C. Hal […]

1961

John F. Kennedy becomes the nation’s first Roman Catholic president. Lyndon Johnson is vice president and an active partner, attending Cabinet, National Security Council, and special White House meetings. He chairs other councils and committee and represents JFK on goodwill missions throughout the world, explaining the administration’s foreign-aid policy. On July 4th, the President replies to […]

1962

In October, the Knights of Malta award Lyndon Johnson the Grand Cross of Merit of the Sovereign Order of Malta for his “significant humanitarian contributions.” He is the first American to be so honored by the knights of one of the oldest Roman Catholic orders. Keep in mind that the Catholic Church has been coopted by […]

1963

Hal Puthoff Worked for eight years in the Microwave Laboratory at Stanford University till 1971 Martin Luther King delivers his famous speech, “I Have a Dream” during the “March on Washington.” 10 May 1963 – General Walker shot at in his home. ref. Treachery in Dallas, p 319 5 June 1963 – Decision for Texas trip made at meeting with Kennedy, Johnson, […]

1964

The American “Civil Rights Act of 1964” is passed under the authority of the 14th Amendment and the Federal “Interstate Commerce Clause.” Martin Luther King Jr. wins the Nobel Peace Prize. United States, Holloman AFB, New Mexico – Possible landing of UFO at base. Lyndon Johnson is elected President of the US in his own right. Johnson defeats Arizona […]

1965

“A project in the U.S. called Project Pandora … was undertaken in which chimpanzees were exposed to microwave radiation. The man who was in charge of this project said, ‘the potential for exerting a degree of control on human behaviour by low level microwave radiation seems to exist’ and he urged that the effects of microwaves be studied […]

1966

The Ramparts Affair – The radical magazine Ramparts begins a series of unprecedented anti-CIA articles. Among their scoops: the CIA has paid the University of Michigan $25 million dollars to hire “professors” to train South Vietnamese students in covert police methods. MIT and other universities have received similar payments. Ramparts also reveal that the National Students’ […]

1967

Minot AFB, North Dakota – Radar and visual sighting of UFOs over missile site; jets scrambled. (3-05-67) Malmstrom AFB, Montana – UFOs disrupt missile circuitry. (3-20-67) Malmstrom AFB, Montana – Reported UFO landing. Cuba – Two Cuban jets attempt UFO intercept; one is disintegrated. The “Hippies” have the “Summer of Love” in San Francisco. The “Long Hot Summer.” Significant […]

1968

Eldon Byrd Published a paper on the telemetry of brain waves in the “Proceedings” of the International Telemetering Conference, 1972. Byrd: Physical Scientist at the Naval Surface Weapons Center, White Oaks Laboratory, Silver Springs, Maryland (1968- unknown, at least 1981) Byrd describes his work with Naval Surface Weapons as “predicting what war will be like in the future.” Dr. […]

1969

Charles Tart studied electrical engineering at MIT and received a PhD in psychology from the University of North Carolina. Taught humanistic and experimental psychology at the University of California, Davis. Has served as Instructor in Psychiatry at the University of Virginia Medical School, and as Lecturer in Psychology at Stanford University. His work has dealt with parapsychology, sleep and […]

1970

Zbigniew Brzezinski, President Jimmy Carter’s National Security Director, said in his book, Between Two Ages, weather control was a new weapon that would be the key element of strategy. “Technology will make available to leaders of major nations a variety of techniques for conducting secret warfare…” He also wrote “Accurately timed, artificially excited electronic strokes could lead to […]

1971

Hal Puthoff joined SRI in 1971 as a specialist in laser physics. circa 1972 Hubbard was hired by Willis Harman, then director of theEducational Policy Research Center at SRI to be a special investigative agent, earning $100 a day. Officially he was a security guard, although his actual duties included spying on the drug culture, which Hubbard, a political conservative, disdained. He stayed at SRI until the […]

1972

Bruce Maccabee: Dr. Maccabee has been a Research Physicist at the Naval Surface Weapons Center in Silver Spring, Maryland since 1972. His work has centered on high power lasers, underwater sound, and the Ballistic Missile Defense. He holds a Ph.D. in Physics from the American University in Washington, D.C. Dr. Maccabee was a member of the National Investigations […]

1973

Dr. Joseph C. Sharp and Grove transmit spoken words via “pulsed microwave audiograms.” [EW: That is, voice to SKULL] (See “Synthetic Telepathy” in Resonance ] Dr. Joseph C. Sharp, at Walter Reed Hospital, while in a sound proof room, was able to hear spoken words broadcast by “pulsed microwave audiogram.” These words were broadcasted to him without any implanted electronic translation devise. […]

1974

The Democrats gain control of the House of Representatives. They will hold control for the next 20 years. Dr. Carol Rosin: “Von Braun [founder of modern rocket science] told me [in 1974] that the reasons for space-based weaponry were all based on a lie. He said that the strategy was to use scare tactics – that […]

1975

Saturn V Rocket: Due to a malfunction, the Saturn V Rocket burned unusually high in the atmosphere, above 300 km. This burn produced “a large ionospheric hole” (Mendillo, M. Et al., Science p. 187, 343, 1975). The disturbance reduced the total electron content more than 60% over an area 1,000 km in radius, and lasted for […]

1976

Around late 1976 to 1977, Dale Graff, then a physicist with the Air Force’s Foreign Technology Division, gave a small contract to the SRI research team. Graff wanted to replicate some Soviet psi experiments done in submarines, as well as test the Soviet hypothesis that psi was transmitted via ELF (extremely low frequency) electromagnetic waves. These test were conducted […]

1977

Christopher Bird Presented a paper on dowsing and the psychic ability of plants at the “Mind Over Matter” conference at Penn State University, late January, 1977, organized by Ira Einhorn. Other attendees included Andrija Puharich and Thomas Bearden. (Levy, pg 189) Soon afterwards, Einhorn and the psychic mafia focused their attention on ELF mind control. (Levy, pg 190). He suggests that his […]

1978

Experimental Hepatitis B vaccine trials, conducted by the CDC, begin in New York, Los Angeles and San Francisco. Ads for research subjects specifically ask for promiscuous homosexual men. Hungarians presented a state-of-the-art paper on infrasonic weapons to the United Nations, “Working Paper on Infrasound Weapons“, United Nations CD/575, 14 Aug 1978. (From “The Road From […]

1979

Iran – The CIA fails to predict the fall of the Shah of Iran, a longtime CIA puppet, and the rise of Muslim fundamentalists who are furious at the CIA’s backing of SAVAK, the Shah’s bloodthirsty secret police. In revenge, the Muslims take 52 Americans hostage in the U.S. embassy in Tehran. In February, 1979, Alfred Hubbard attended […]

1980

By the 1980’s, Koslov was working with the Applied Physics Laboratory at Johns Hopkins University, where he continued to study the effects of electromagnetic radiation on humans. He is currently the vice president of the Maryland Microscopical and Scientific Instrument Society. Dale Graff had continued to task SRI on behalf of the Air Force for the next few years. In 1980, he won a […]

1981

Orbit Maneuvering System Part of the plan to build the SPS space platforms was the demand for reusable space shuttles, since they could not afford to keep discarding rockets. The NASA Spacelab 3 Mission of the Space Shuttle made, in 1981, “a series of passes over a network of five ground based observatories” in order […]

1982

In May 1982, Elisabeth and Russell Targ held a workshop on psychic phenomena for twenty-five professionals. This was part of a program with Stanislav Grof, who was studying non-chemical alternatives for altered states of consciousness. The Targs’ goal was to show that psychic experiences did not require an altered state. (Targ, Russell and Harary, Keith, Mind Race, Villard Books, 1984, pg 99) Grof served briefly as the […]

1983

“Crack,” i.e., high ph, non-soluble [water], Cocaine makes its debut on US streets. PHOENIX II, U.S.A.F, NSA: Location: Montauk, Long Island Electronic multi-directional targeting of select population groups Targeting: Medium range Frequencies: Radar, microwaves. EHF UHF modulated Power: Gigawatt through Terawatt Purpose: Loading of Earth Grids, planetary sonombulescence to stave off geological activity, specific-point earthquake […]

1984

Ronald Regan is re-elected. The Boland Amendment – The last of a series of Boland Amendments is passed. These amendments have reduced CIA aid to the Contras; the last one cuts it off completely. However, CIA Director William Casey is already prepared to “hand off” the operation to Colonel Oliver North, who illegally continues supplying […]

1985

Mikhail Gorbachev becomes Premier of the Soviet Union. He relaxes social controls. UFO Scientific Conference in Darlian, China. In 1985, the government newspaper, China Daily, reported that a UFO Scientific Conference was held in Darlian, with some forty papers presented on various aspects of UFO research. Professor Liang Renglin of Guangzhou Jinan University, Chairman of CURO, […]

1986

The 25th US Space Shuttle mission vehicle “Challenger” explodes a few seconds after take off. The Reagan Administration sells arms to Ayatollah Khomeini’s Iran and uses money illegally [i.e., contrary to the so-called Boland Amendment] to fund military operations in Nicaragua. Eugene Hasenfus – Nicaragua shoots down a C-123 transport plane carrying military supplies to […]

1987

In 1987, Pandolfi invited UFOlogist Bruce Maccabee “to give a general lecture to [CIA] employees on UFOs and MJ-12”. (Maccabee’s response to AIR) Department of Defense admits that, despite a treaty banning research and development of biological agents, it continues to operate research facilities at 127 facilities and universities around the nation. Related Articles:1986194919841983198019791975197419731972

1988

Vice President Bush wins the Presidential Election by defeating former Massachusetts’ Governor, George Dukakis. After retiring from the Army in 1988, John Alexander joined the Los Alamos National Laboratories and began working with Janet Morris, the Research Director of the U.S. Global Strategy Council (USGSC), chaired byDr Ray Cline, (deceased) former Deputy Director of the CIA. The Pentagon is ordered by […]

1989

MUFON appointed C.B. Scott Jones as a Special Consultant in International Relations In November, The East German Government tore down the Berlin Wall. East and West Germany were subsequently reunited. TRIDENT, ONR, NSA: Electronic directed targeting of individuals or populations Targeting: Large population groups assembled Display: Black helicopters flying in triad formation of three Power: 100,000 watts Frequency: […]

1990

The Internet [f/k/a the ARPA-net] is made available to civilians willing to pay for access. Haiti – Competing against 10 comparatively wealthy candidates, leftist priest Jean-Bertrand Aristide captures 68 percent of the vote. After only eight months in power, however, the CIA-backed military deposes him. More military dictators brutalize the country, as thousands of Haitian […]

1991

SRI’s remote viewing project moved to SAIC The Fall of the Soviet Union – The CIA fails to predict this most important event of the Cold War. This suggests that it has been so busy undermining governments that it hasn’t been doing its primary job: gathering and analyzing information. The fall of the Soviet Union also robs […]

1992

Eldon Byrd told me [Dick Farley] about it [lawsuit w/ Randi] over dinner at C. B. “Scott” Jones home one evening of several we spent together back in ’92 and ’93 there” “Byrd said that Uri Geller put up $10,000 for his legal costs. Byrd and Geller are good friends, from back in the ’70s…” “Byrd says he had been “set-up” by postal inspectors, part of […]