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  • The Firedocs Remote Viewing Collection : PJ's Archives: Media & Politics: Dames Trashes all other Remote Viewers #3
    programming I had written and or other projects which I had started or participated in while in the service As a result of the natural tendency to pirate software my programs have spread throughout the intel communities of all branches of service and some other non military agencies in government so my clearance has now been kicked back up to TOP SECRET and has the added modifiers The way a clearance is raised is by adding limiting modifiers We don t care if you have a TS clearance If you aren t cleared for TS BOOGALU you don t get to see our TS BOOGALU documents I have been given the modifiers which make my present clearance TOP SECRET SIOP ESI which is an extremely limited billet allowing me basically access to all straight TS and many of the modified TS information not just in the Army but in all five military services many of the investigative agencies the White House and specific other agencies not related to military or investigation Ed working in DET G where he was before coming to our unit and in the other unit their unit name by the way is classified that he went to after working for us would have had no more than TS followed by 1 or 2 straight US Army modifiers PJ said I don t know about Lyn but I bet Ed doesn t even know what levels Joe was cleared for That s right Believe me Joe s clearances aren t anything to sneeze at either Buchanan states that he cannot produce his records because they are classified Absolutely wrong I produced the same documents to Mike Miley a journalist just as Ed had done I can send them to you too or anyone else You will note that Ed in sending his documentation to Mike didn t send anything classified either There are a lot of things which neither of us can send However again with the wording he is making it sound like I m saying I can t whereas he by default of logic can Ask Ed for the project reports he wrote up on Khadafi Idi Amin or any of the other work he produced in the office and he will say I can t produce those records because they are classified The barfjobbies which are given at the end of an assignment though are personal records and don t contain classified information In fact they often contain lies to cover up the fact that classified work was done Those we all have and we all can produce in great quantity PJ s note you can view those documents here As the lowest ranking member of the team he was also assigned many menial duties ergo his unpleasant memories of the unit But that s what being an enlisted man in the Army is about What a bunch of elitist puke Besides it s not true Let s take this one one at a

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  • The Firedocs Remote Viewing Collection : PJ's Archives: Media & Politics: Dames Trashes all other Remote Viewers #1
    can help assist in locating missing people the simple fact is as that child s father discovered that Lyn cannot stand and deliver even if he could arrange to take time off from his employment with a computer contractor As birds of a feather flock together I am reminded of another contributor to Buchanan s internet RV gossip column Joe McMoneagle who in Mind Trek informs his readers that he has never worked as a remote viewer for the Army and that the Army is not visionary enough to have a remote viewing unit In fact Joe like myself owes his fame to his former service I employed Joe in a number of operations ca 1980 82 while serving as an intelligence targeting officer at levels of DoD much higher than McMoneagle or Buchanan ever dreamed of having access to However since he is not trained Joe has difficulty in recognizing when imagination begins to start slipping into his perceptions Now I see that Sergeant Buchanan and David Morehouse have jointly concocted and are promoting a fairy tale about the RV unit s use of remote influencing supposedly used to harm or kill people at a distance Morehouse was assigned to the unit for a relatively short period of time after which he received a Less Than Honorable Discharge being brought up on a series of charges including rape that could have potentially landed him in Leavenworth prison Desparate for money Dr Morehouse now a mail order Ph D is marketing this outright fabrication to Hollywood telling of how the military tried to kill him to stop him from going public Most media and entertainment heads are savvy enough to see immediately through him but they like the story unless of course he s gotten to them through remote influencing Several of Buchanan s recent claims to wit Ed did not teach me remote viewing he just assigned RV rooms and scheduled sessions and we all did the same thing are juvenile puerile statements My military files explicitly stating that I was both Training and Operations officer for the unit are now public record Buchanan states that he cannot produce his records because they are classified I guess the CIA will come and get him if he does In truth he does not want to publicly display his primary job title during his assignment Data Base Manager His secondary job was to maintain the unit s vehicles As the lowest ranking member of the team he was also assigned many menial duties ergo his unpleasant memories of the unit But that s what being an enlisted man in the Army is about Furthermore Sergeant Buchanan like McMoneagle did not have the proverbial but necessary need to know i e in this case which intelligence agency had generated the unit s task target packages And because the targets were run blind by the viewers each remote viewer merely took away a piece of the puzzle after each session When I did

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  • The Firedocs Remote Viewing Collection : PJ's Archives: Media & Politics: Dames Trashes all other Remote Viewers #4
    PSI TECH Incorporated is in no way affiliated with The Farsight Institute Courtney Brown Ph D or P S I Sergeant Lyn Buchanan Several of my former students however enthusiastic about their nascent remote viewing skills are not professional remote viewers In experimenting with scientific remote viewing or controlled remote viewing etc they have naively altered or dispensed with the tight controls that enable a team of Technical Remote Viewing

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  • The Firedocs Remote Viewing Collection : PJ's Archives: Media & Politics: Dames Trashes all other Remote Viewers #5
    only stated in response to Dames s overly lying to the public about these things and c because Dames who claimed privately he knew the media stuff about him was totally false and promised he would issue retractions refused to do so demonstrating that the info came from him all along and he had no intention of being honest about it Forwarded Message A Response to Ed Dames s Statements on Remote Viewing by Joe McMoneagle The following comments are in direct response to the Press releases by Ed Dames I Joseph W McMoneagle hold the distinction of being the only Remote Viewer associated with the Project from its formalization under INSCOM as GRILLFLAME mid 1978 throughout and until its termination as Project STARGATE in 1995 Because of this unique position I have the interesting perspective of knowing what is true and what isn t with regard to claims now being made by many individuals about this project My viewer number alone verifies this singular qualification with any and all persons who might have had some access formal or otherwise throughout its history RV 001 372 I have also maintained contact with most of the other viewer personnel who have been productive or who were of some material worth throughout this extended period of time For the past seventeen years the facts as they may relate to the Project at whatever phase or name has been used are as follows 1 There were seven 7 commanders of the unit from 1977 1995 None of them were named Dames 2 Dames was a monitor interviewer of remote viewers not a remote viewer 3 Dames assignment to the unit was post 1984 He may not therefore lay claim to any knowledge preceding that time period classified or otherwise 4 Dames had no

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  • The Firedocs Remote Viewing Collection : PJ's Archives: Media & Politics: Dames Trashes all other Remote Viewers #6
    higher headquarters the awards clerk s boss on 27 June 1990 In an interesting sidelight in the award recommendations he wrote Morehouse credited himself with 1200 operational RV missions after a total including training time of 24 months in the program But he credited Mel Riley who had a total of EIGHT YEARS with the unit with only 1000 RV missions From my own experience at Ft Meade I suspect the total for Mel was probably pretty close to reality if perhaps a shade low from what he actually did However after allowing six months to reach operational status which would be quite fast for an estimate Morehouse would have at most 18 months to attain his claimed totals you can do the math yourself but it works out to more than three RV sessions a day for a typical work month we didn t work on weekends Anybody who actually does RV knows that somebody must be smoking something to make a claim like this But I seriously digress this is about Ed Dames documentation not Dave Morehouse The bottom line is that Dames actually deserves at least a little credit for some of the rather souped up claims in his award and his OERs Though he sometimes got off on strange tangents as far as the military was concerned he was usually a productive contributing member of the unit But he is being disingenuous if he is really asking people to take all that stuff too seriously the documents are riddled with half truths exaggerations and boiler plate statements that crop up in the documentation of ALL of us who spent time at the unit for example stuff about cutting training time by half 200 increase in operational efficiency increases in training operational mission load etc or any Army unit for that matter since hype rules in the promotion game Particularly in the case of Ed s award much of what is said in there has some anchor in the real world but some of it particularly concerning the database really belongs to others in this case Lyn Buchanan Well this is probably not going to resolve anything just make matters worse But I wanted you all to know that there IS a middle ground Ed is not the monster some make him out to be but he s also far from being a god Paul next After having sent out my previous post on Ed s documentation I ll go through this and add what I can At 08 31 PM 4 15 97 EDT Joe Murgia wrote The award in question says that Ed briefed some higher ups in the government including the Office of The Secretary of Defense Those higher ups in turn briefed the President NOT ED Toldjaso Reason for submission is listed as Annual the senior rater listed on the form is Jack Vorona the rater listed on the form is William G Ray The most effective officer in grade and time in service with whom I have ever worked This line is in my OER from the same period as well Bill liked to take shortcuts with admin stuff he knew no one would ever see both OERs together at Dept of the Army Operationally the rating period has been the most productive in the unit s project s history He developed and successfully implemented a training program which cut by more than half the amount of time required to bring newly assigned personnel up to the operational level This feat is a milestone in the history of the technology employed by this project Not stopping with training innovations he pioneered additional advanced intelligence collection techniques which have facilitated deeper and more rapid access to a wide range of targets Yup This one is in mine too And probably in a couple of others maybe even in Lyn s During this rating period CPT Dames participated as Team Chief in eleven critical intelligence collection operations which provided information unattainable from any other intelligence collection system Particularly noteworthy were reports he produced in support of operational missions Note that Team Chief is not chief of training and ops Teams were formed around a monitor analyst and three viewers for a specific collection project Ed was chief of 11 of these This is no mean feat As training officer he has greatly increased the capabilities of his collection team while maintaining a high level of team morale A superlative manager he strikes the best balance of personnel and mission accomplishment to maximize mission performance and minimize personnel turbulence Average writing for a rater s block His leadership abilities could best be utilized in command of a Military Intelligence field office or detachment Standard boilerplate potential recommendations His enthusiasm and drive have revitalized his unit s training program He conducted a record number of training and advanced training missions at the same time conducting 20 intelligence collection operations during the course of the rating period This resulted in a 200 percent increase in the quantity of intelligence collection operations performed with a corresponding increase in the quality of those operations Highly versatile a brilliant leader performs exceptional well in a many faceted job Several others of us had similar things in our ratings this result could not be accomplished in a vacuum it was a team effort Ed was involved and got credit for it along with the rest of us He should continue to be placed in positions of increased responsibility and command in the human intelligence counterintelligence arena More boilerplate From the Joint Service Commendation Narrative Was he in the RV unit at this time or is this from another unit What follows is somewhat distressing It is the award narrative for the JSCM that Dave Morehouse wrote for Ed covering the period Jan 86 to Jun 88 But the dates are obviously wrong here The first date is actually the date on the award recommendation transmittal sheet the date Morehouse signed the

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  • The Firedocs Remote Viewing Collection : PJ's Archives: Media & Politics: TWA 800 #1
    to stay a while longer and said that they would pay our hotel bill until our statements as to what we saw could be taken by other investigators We agreed It turned out however to be more than just our statements taken They took our social security numbers drivers license and license plate numbers They wanted to know my place of employment and the names and addresses of our children and relatives They questioned us in separate rooms and made us feel like criminals They said that what we must have seen was a shooting star or some fireworks being shot from a boat I told them that it was not anything like that at all I said that it was definitely a flare type rocket heading toward the aircraft then it exploded It was then suggested that we did not see anything at all and that we were going along with what other people said they saw Just for the excitement of it I told them no way I know what I saw After the questioning we were asked to go back to the hotel and stay there until we were cleared to leave About three hours later two

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  • The Firedocs Remote Viewing Collection : PJ's Archives: Media & Politics: TWA 800 #2
    sky were the accident occurred by a streak of light moving from my right west to my left east The same direction as the TWA flight he said Baur s account differs on this point According to the two officials who have heard both pilots accounts Baur on the left side of the cockpit saw a streak moving from left to right toward the approaching TWA aircraft before the initial explosion Almost due south of the helicopter there was a hard white light like burning pyrotechnics in level flight Baur told investigators from the National Transportation Safety Board FBI and a Federal anti terrorist task force I was trying to figure out what it was It was the wrong color for flares It struck an object coming from the right and made it explode Baur s first impression was that there had been a midair collision possibly between two light aircraft that tow banners along the beach They had witnessed these aircraft come very close to each other at that time of day and that s what they assumed the second official said NTSB investigators have suggested unofficially that the streaks the pilots saw could have been light reflections from the skin of the aircraft tongues of flame from the airliner or the forward door of the aircraft popping open a possibility that still intrigues investigators the second official said Meyer could not actually see the aircraft but only the streak and he admits that Baur a younger man has better eyesight Moreover Meyer adds Whatever Chris saw on the left side I didn t see because he blocked my view Baur disputes this saying that the explosions and crash were virtually dead ahead of the aircraft The helicopter was executing a missed approach and was about halfway down Runway 24 at the Francis S Gabreski International Airport at Westhampton Beach NY It had started a climbing left turn to the south when the accident occurred The sun had not yet set and the sky was still bright According to Meyer the streak was about 15 20 degrees above his line of sight and perhaps 15 degrees left of the aircraft s centerline I don t know if it was a missile that struck the airliner Meyer said Nothing at that moment said missile to me I spent a number of years in Vietnam and had seen missiles fired some of them at me But that was 25 yr old missile technology which left smoke trails I understand that today they are made with smokeless rocket fuel and don t leave trails What I saw was a streak of light not a smoke trail The streak of light that Meyer saw made a very shallow gradually descending arc He points out that he never saw the actual airframe of the TWA 747 within the streak or subsequent explosions or smoke trails It was virtually identical to the trajectory of a meteor with only a slight curve But unlike a meteor

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  • The Firedocs Remote Viewing Collection : PJ's Archives: Media & Politics: TWA 800 #3
    be any restriction to public discussion of the testimony of any witness And why has the news media not picked up on this very provocative story We have extremely credible eyewitnesses FBI gag orders and so on all of it of high order newsworthiness How is it that two officials decided to talk to Aviation Week about this I will offer two speculations in reply First that this is a way for Aviation Week to protect Meyer and Baur by creating fictitious sources Second that Aviation Week is fulfilling a function that it has carried out for decades which is to publish information that the government wants in the open but does not want attributed to the real source This has occurred many times with respect to military technology and is one of the reasons the magazine has enjoyed such a wide and enthusiastic readership both here and abroad The helicopter was executing a missed approach and was about halfway down Runway 24 This merely means that the pilots were practicing approaches to that runway simulating what they would do in very low visibility conditions Runway 24 is so named because it is oriented to 240 degrees magnetic meaning toward the southwest The helicopter was probably about 500 feet in the air at the time and climbing The cockpit layout permits a wide field of view The 15 20 degrees above the pilot s line of sight and 15 degrees left of the centerline mean that the events reported appeared nearly straight ahead of the pilots Only a very slight turn of the head would be required to look directly at the streaks of light If the streak of light did in fact remain in view for as long as 3 to 5 seconds this would almost certainly rule out a meteorite NTSB investigators have suggested unofficially that the streaks the pilots saw could have been light reflections from the skin of the aircraft tongues of flame from the airliner or the forward door of the aircraft popping open a possibility that still intrigues the investigators the second official said Here we see the antagonism of the NTSB toward eyewitness testimony This is reminiscent of the absurd official explanations of UFO sightings as in swamp gas and the weather balloons that outrun jet interceptors To the extent that there is conflict in the testimony of these two pilots it probably arises from seeing different portions of a very rapidly evolving event During the practice instrument approach Baur would ordinarily be entirely on instruments meaning that his focus would be inside the cockpit This would continue until the initial portion of the missed approach at which time he would probably adjust his scan to include both the instruments and the vista outside the helicopter Meyer acting as copilot would have devoted some of his attention to cross checking the instruments but most of his attention would be focused outside in order to preclude an encounter with another aircraft It seems that

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