by Scott Creighton
Prominently featured in this 2004 film, is Maj. Gen. Albert Stubblebine, first person listed on Patriots Question 9/11 Truth and the guy in this program who, while in command of 16,000 men in the army, used to run face first into walls because he thought he could find a way to pass through them. He thought he could “psychic” his way through them (something about manipulating his atomic structure… I guess he should have tried it naked). His is the first interview of this, the first part of Jon Ronson’s 3 part series “Crazy Rulers of the World”.
The whole “Jedi warriors” thing was based on Jim Channon’s report that detailed what he called “1st Earth Battalion“. It was kind of new-age hippy version of war making. Makes for funny movies with George Clooney and all, but in reality, you would be surprized to know just how many of the 125 suggestions listed in Channons manual have been implemented by the U.S. army. Though “remote viewing” got it’s start in Russia and China a bit earlier, it ended up being incorporated in this research under the 20 million dollar “Stargate” project. Well, it went bust in 1995, but it’s “stars” couldn’t help themselves and they went out into the private sector and held seminars for profits supposedly teaching people this stuff.
Two of those seminar attendees (Courtney Brown and Prudence Calabrese (she has also dabbled in “remote healing” apparently, guess she didn’t do enough damage with Hale-Bopp)), who ended up “teaching” seminars themselves after a whopping one week of training, had a radio show appearance on the Art Bell show and they told his listeners that some kind of object was flying in the tail of the Hale-Bopp comet. They said they had discovered it by “remote viewing” and that it was definitely heading this way.
To the people of the Heavens Gate cult, that was all they needed to hear. The sign they had been waiting for was upon them. So 39 of them killed themselves when the Hale-Bopp comet passed by the planet.
Prudence Calabrese is the founder and Director of TransDimensional Systems, which provides information solutions to government, corporations and individuals using an array of alternative and paranormal services including remote viewing, knosomatics, intuitive counseling, technology transfer, consciousness mapping, physical profiling and other techniques. She has trained hundreds of students.
One of the more positive off-shoots of Remote Viewing is the specialized use of the protocols and techniques collectively called: Remote Healing.
Prudence will give a lecture with hands-on examples and practice on how to use Remote Viewing skills and training to perform Remote Diagnosis and Healing Prudence Calabrese website
For a fee, one of the people responsible for the Heavens Gate horror will diagnosis and heal you, over the phone. She can’t do any damage like that, can she?
Prudence talks about the Hale-Bopp incident in this series of videos. Prudence also suggests that “remote viewing” may be in use now looking for “terrorists”. She apparently felt bad about the effect her bullshit had on some people. But of course, she was attending another Remote Viewing seminar and get together when the reporter found her for the first interview. So she must only have felt “bad” about it when someone made her think about it.
This is part one of “The Men Who Stare at Goats”… you can find all the rest at YouTube. The story I related to you about Hale-Bopp can be found in the third part of the series, Psychic Foot Soldiers.