I’ll be airing a pre-recorded interview I did a few days ago with an anonymous researcher who is the co-author of a very interesting and (I think) important piece of research. It’s available for download here and is titled “Loose Threads.”
The report analyzes a number of recently leaked documents (Davis-Wilson, Oke Shannon Notes, Jack Houck notes) along with other documents, publications, and interviews to piece together a fascinating story of a group of individuals in the classified world trying to penetrate the secrets of UFOs and aliens.
This is a long interview, more than two and a half hours, so you might want to watch it in chunks. This is a very long interview that covers a lot of ground.
The picture the two researchers have painted is worth our attention. First, they emphasize some of the history behind and the importance of the Advanced Theoretical Physics working group. Some of you are probably familiar with this group and others of you may not be. But the argument of the authors is that this group, starting in 1985, in many ways was the germ of at least a good portion of so much of the modern public conversation about UAP today.
The authors also have a lot to say about the significance of remote viewing in the world of intelligence. Specifically, in the efforts of the intelligence community to understand elements of the UFO and alien presence. I think this part of the interview is one of the best, and you want to pay close attention to it. Remote viewing, in other words, was not just some sideline activity to help us know the locations of Russian submarines. It was considered a vital method for developing information – including technical information – about the nature of UFOs and the alien beings that control them. It’s not that remote viewing provided a perfect panacea for such goals. It didn’t. But it was one of the few tools available to use and it appeared to have some “hits” as it were, in that effort.
Another technique the authors discuss in their paper, and which we talk about here, is the – let us say potential use – of other technologies by the militaries and their corporate sponsors to detect the locations of UFO craft. This was a truly fascinating part of the discussion and I have no doubt there will be a number of researchers who will want to follow up on this possibility.
Then there is the entire narrative concerned with “baiting” or “drawing in” UFOs or UAP. This may have included attempts to bring down such craft and there is the suggestion that two events in the 1990s fall under this category. The authors and my guest talk about the use of directed energy weapons to do this.
Finally, they have a lot to say about the current research being done on “experiencers.” that is, people who have had some sort of direct contact with either UFO craft or alien beings themselves. This research today is primarily associated with such individuals as Dr. Kit Green and Dr. Garry Nolan, and the authors have quite a bit to say about the development of this research.
Not everything is nailed down 100 percent. There’s some speculation here. But all of it is interesting and I do think you will find it worthwhile.
One technical issue I should mention here. About three minutes into the interview, our livestream connection was temporarily interrupted. This didn’t cause any problem with the recording itself, but when my guest returned, his previous video window remained black on the screen for the entire remainder of our interview. That was completely my fault, and I apologize for any distraction it may cause you. The quality of the conversation ought to overcome that, but I wanted to mention it here and it was the result of my own technical limitations and ignorance. So sorry about that.
That glitch aside, I do think many of you will find this conversation to be extremely thought provoking. My guest knows his material, that’s for sure, and he makes his case very well. I hope you enjoy it.
As always, the program starts at 8 p.m. EST. This will not be a YouTube premier, by the way. The video is too long and we just decided to do a normal upload.