- Intro by the editor: Remote Viewing is a very controversial
thing. But what is even more controversial is when the best Remote Viewers
have perceptions of several underground UFO bases on Earth. Some months
ago the former Canadian minister of defence asked Canadian Parliament to
hold hearings on relations with alien "ET" civilizations. He
speaks of finally disclosing the biggest secret in human history, ET presence
- When then
Lt. F. Holmes 'Skip' Atwater began the US Army Remote Viewing Star Gate
program in 1978, he had no idea that he'd challenge his viewers with targets
like underground UFO bases.
- Atwater grew up in a southern California home where it
was normal to talk about things like leaving your body and hands on healing.
During the Vietnam Era, on February 14, 1968, he joined the Army as an
- Along the way, Atwater had read 'Journeys Out of the
Body' by Robert Monroe, which described how Hemi-Sync (tm) binaural (in
both ears) beats enhanced learning, induced out of body experiences and
stimulated different states of consciousness. He also read 'Mind Reach'
by physicists Hal Puthoff, Ph.D. and Russell Targ, who later introduced
him to remote viewing. He was asking questions like 'What is this remote
viewing? What is Monroe discovering about our consciousness with his Hemi-Sync
- In 1977, Atwater packed up his wife and three kids and
headed towards his new duty station, Ft. Meade, Maryland, to join the US
Army's elite Intelligence and Security command program, Systems Exploitation
Detachment or SED. He worked on the Sensitive Activity Vulnerability Estimate
or SAVE team. Cold war commanders were expected to take measures to protect
ALL aspects of their operational capabilities. Once a new threat was identified,
the SAVE team would 'attack' a command, challenging all aspects of security.
- Exploring his new Ft. Meade office, Atwater opened up
his safe and discovered three Department of Defense documents "mistakenly"
left by his predecessor.
- The first two described the Soviet Union's research into
psychic spying. The third was written by Targ and Puthoff and described
remote-viewing research at SRI International in Menlo Park.
- Atwater read a 1972 report on how the Soviets were conducting
parapsychology research at over 20 separate institutions with an annual
operating budget of over 21 million dollars. The KGB funded this research.
- The other document described 'bioinformation' such as
telepathy, precognition and clairvoyance and bioenergetics like psychokinesis
and telekinesis. 'Sounds like remote viewing to me,' Atwater thought. Soviet
Remote Viewing was now considered as a potential security threat.
- The third document described Project SCANATE, highly
classified, CIA funded remote- viewing research conducted primarily at
SRI that demonstrated the ability of remote-viewing surveillance to acquire
and report intelligence to the intelligence community.
- What is RV?
- According to Atwater, Remote Viewing is: The acquisition
and description, by mental means, of information blocked by ordinary perception
by distance, shielding or time. A way of perceiving something with mental
powers alone using a scientifically designed, protocol driven structured
process for acquiring information.
- Typically, a viewer and interviewer are isolated with
a target, which may be a picture or randomly generated numbers, in a sealed
envelope. Neither know what the target is and are both blind to the target.
This is known as working 'double blind' so the interviewer can't feed information
to the viewer. The interviewer might ask 'Describe the location inside
the envelope?' The viewer might then make sketches or jot down brief word
- Atwater then designed a proto-type RV program to assess
if we could defend and/or hide our secrets from the Soviets and began working
with SRI to orient the first six candidates to remote viewing.
- As operations and training, Atwater needed to 'determine
the operational capabilities and limitations of remote viewing, identifying
and developing the individual RV skills, and test and evaluate the accuracy
of remote viewing on unique targets.' Challenge targets such as ET's and
UFOs were used to hone skills and stretch RV capabilities.
- Pat Price's Underground UFO Bases
- Atwater not only worked with Robert
Monroe to develop his training program, he also co-operated with Targ and
Puthoff at SRI and learned of a viewer named Pat Price.
- Former CIA director Stansfield Turner described Price
as 'A man who could 'see' what was going on anywhere in the world through
his psychic powers.' Chicago Tribune, August 13, 1977. One day in
1973, Price walked into Hal Puthoff's office, tossed a file on his desk
and said 'You might be interested in these UFO bases.'
- Price believed that
ET's had established four underground bases, had remote viewed them and
provided Puthoff with descriptions of their locations and functions. Hal
Puthoff, Ph.D., founded and directed the CIA funded Remote Viewing program
at SRI from 1972 to 1985. Price, who died under mysterious circumstances
in 1975, was believable had a proven RV track record and had neither agenda
nor any axe to grind.
- Puthoff passed the same folder on to Atwater in the early
'80's, saying 'You might be interested in this.' At this point, it's important
to note that Price's information was viewed without protocols, the results
were not officially reported and Price did not use sealed envelopes.
- Price's report stated that the bases primary purpose
was to 'reinforce B.T.L. implants, transport of new recruits and overall
monitoring function.' Today, Atwater has no idea what B.T.L. implants are
and to his knowledge, no one has remote viewed this term.
- Price also reported that the base inhabitants looked
like us, homosapiens, except for the heart, lungs, blood and eyes. He reported
that the sites were highly protected from discovery, mutually supportive,
and had very high technology. He also noted that they used 'thought transfer
for motor control of us.'
- Mount Perdido
- So where are these bases?
- The first is at Mt. Perdido is in the Pyrnees Mountains,
between France and Spain. 'A famous set of caves in the Pyrenees have ancient
drawings of ancient astronauts and flying spacecraft,' Atwater explained.
'And there have been a number of sightings here.'
- Mt. Perdido, aka Mt. Perdu, is 3,352 m, 11,007 ft. high
and is the third highest mountain in the Pyrenees. It's about a quarter
inch west of Andorra. Price reported that the main base was protected around
a 2-mile perimeter with detectors. Several craft were in the launch recovery
area and had what looked like an electromagnetic field propulsion system.
- Price's next underground base location is Mt. Inyangani,
the highest mountain (2,592 m, 8,503 ft) in Zimbabwe, formerly Rhodesia,
- 'Actually, it's more of a maintenance and tech center,'
Price viewed. 'This base looks like overhaul and maintenance unit. I see
lots of spare equipment. Parts are being welded in a vacuum area with window
area then parts are fused. A grayish white powder is pasted on both parts
then fused.' His attention was drawn to unit that several were working
on. It is a tubular grid system 'for ionizing a layer of air.'
- Mount Hayes
- The next site is at Mt. Hayes, Alaska. It appears to
be a weather and geological center and has similar security measures to
prevent discovery. He described 'computer equipment' and followed leads
on an 'oscilloscope' which led to a small box like structure which contained
rotational antenna that sat on top of a mountain peak. The receiver seemed
to be part of a
- detection system.
- 'If they were discovered,' Price wrote, 'personnel are
deployed physically in activity to make sure of failure of that certain
project. This site has also been responsible for strange activity and malfunction
of US and Soviet space projects.'
- Atwater suggested that if a probe was launched over this
part of Alaska, that it might be interfered in some way, to prevent detection
of the Mt. Hayes base.
- 'It comes to mind that these 'people' have infiltrated
all government in sensitive positions, not to control government, the processes
or people, but rather to be in positions of power to stop politically any
activity that may produce a result that could cause discovery.'
- Mount Ziel
- The fourth site is Mt. Ziel, a personnel center, in Australia's
Northern Territory. 'It is interesting that this unit appears to have the
most personnel. There are personnel from the other three sites here, like
a rest and recreation area.' For a few moments, Price felt slightly disoriented
and decided they had detected him so he led them to Melbourne.
- Price returned to the site and saw vehicles from the
other bases, with each having different ID marks that correspond to each
site's different functions. 'Mt. Ziel had personnel for all bases and is
the homosapiens introduction point.' he observed. Price also noted that
the site should be approached with caution and that the area was under
alert at that moment.
- Is any of this true?
- Atwater looked at Price's data and asked 'Is any of this
true?' After reviewing the file, Atwater conferred with Puthoff. Puthoff
told Atwater that a colleague of his knew northern Australia's CIA station
chief and had decided to call him and ask what was going on.
- The colleague called and asked 'Hey, is there anything
unusual going on down there?' The station chief answered 'No, this is a
dead assignment, nothing is going on other than all those UFO's flying
around Mt. Ziel.'
- Atwater now oversaw a cadre of skilled remote viewers
and needed challenge targets. In 1982, he pulled Puthoff's file from his
drawer and thought 'Here are some interesting targets to look at. What
would happen if I used these as training targets? If they tell me that
there is UFO stuff there, it will corroborate what Pat Price said.'
- Atwater emphasizes that this targeting was his idea,
that there was no CIA or military tasking. He was a military officer in
a military unit using his own challenge targets to test and evaluate the
viewers he was training to see how they were progressing. As such, the
challenge targets were viewed under strict protocol.
- In July, 1982, Atwater gave Joe
McMoneagle a challenge target of Mt. Hayes. 'I've never seen anything like
it' he began. 'It's like walking into a place I have no familiarity with
at all. It's not just something you describe. It's all brand new. There's
a desolate open range of mountains.'
- McMoneagle perceived a mountainous location with underground
tubes and tunnels and ball shaped objects. 'The whole thing is underground
and is powered by like an atomic power plant. I have seen something and
don't have the rudimentary terms to describe it,' McMoneagle continued.
According to McMoneagle 'This is a prototype of something. I don't get
an aggressive nature to this target. I don't sense the presence of individuals
at the target.' McMoneagle went on to draw some radio type of intercept
- The High
Frequency Active Auroral Research Program HAARP Array is about 100 miles
SE of Mt. Hayes. 'If you ask Joe McMoneagle today about the Mt. Hayes site,'
Atwater explained 'he'll say it was more like a radio site or something
that NSA would put up there and that he doesn't remember anything about
UFOs, so we have an interesting dilemma.' 'All of the drawings and comments
support a number of probable possibilities,' McMoneagle said. 'One is underground
UFO Bases. The other is an Over-the-Horizon Radar site. Another would be
some other form of system like the HAARP which is still classified.'
- Star Gate team member Mel
Riley, US Army, ret., was given this same target in November, 1986. Riley's
introduction to RV happened when an agent on the ground had taken a picture
of a piece of military machinery that was completely covered by canvas.
He told his comrades that he could draw what was under the canvas. He proceeded
to draw what he pictured and in his terms, the feedback he received was,
"It totally freaked them out". Immediately thereafter, Mel was
asked to go to Ft. Meade. He worked in the unit as a viewer, project officer,
monitor, and analyst.
- He began with the impression that structure is some sort
of UFO. 'A dark figure is seated at a circular control panel, another light
figure is in the background,' he viewed. 'The structure is located within
a mountain with a large triangular peak with a large lake at the base of
the mountain,' Riley recorded.
- 'There are two people walking outside and two people
inside the structure. Inside the structure sits something that looks similar
to an organ. The word observing comes to mind. There appears to be some
sort of screen or monitor.'
- Update, September 1, 2004: Mel Riley's notes from an
- dated Sun, 21 Apr 2002 08:35:22 -0500.
- The structure mentioned in the Mt. Hayes session was
not a UFO. It was merely a complex located within the mountain. Fortunately
I have a copy of the monitor's summary. I will include it here in its entirety.
- MR/24NOV86/MT HAYES:
- (See sketches), triangular peak, inside domed, cavernous,
tunnels, rough, natural, (AOL-like being inside NORAD), two persons outside
(unable to make contact with them or gain information of any sort, fossils,
music box melody, reminds me of Switzerland: site appears to be a structure
located within a mountain which has a triangular peak, there is a large
lake at the base of this mountain which is surrounded by high rugged mountains
or cliffs, it seems fairly impenetrable, there were two people walking
around outside of the structure and two people inside the structure, one
of the people inside the structure sat at a circular position which appeared
to look similar to an organ because of the keys, buttons and switches (the
word "observing" comes to mind), it appeared to be some sort
of screen or monitor, but could not make it out clearly, entity at console
appears to be human in form but lacks definitive facial features, he seems
friendly enough and invited me to observe his actions at the console
- The above is complete and verbatum. For this session
I was completely blind as to what the target was. I was given only a set
of coordinates and asked to describe the location. The coordinates given
were the actual lattitude/longitude of Mt. Hayes, Alaska.
- Hope the above info is of help, Mel
- 'When I saw Mel's drawing,' Atwater said 'it reminded
me of the oscilloscope description given by Pat Price, his idea of some
sort of a round sort of screen you might watch signals on.'
- Atwater concludes 'The two viewings above are part of
others that appear to confirm the existence of these bases. These sites
are described as protected from discovery, mutually supportive in purpose,
and of very high technology. The later data reports the site's purpose
as benign and involving precise observation, location, relay, and perhaps
some navigational use. These data also indicate that the sites may not
always be occupied and may be somehow connected with a deep space object.'
- 'So it's entirely possible that some sort of extraterrestrial
civilization checks in every now and then but does not man a 24/7 kind
of a crew. It's a possibility.'
- 'We are not alone in all that is, he continued. 'But
should we expect that our companions are made of the same "stuff"
as we are? I think not. It's hard to grasp the idea of a periodic table
different from ours, given our closed-end perspective of physical reality.'
- 'I would suspect that given an alternative zero-point
field environment, atoms and electrons would combine differently and that
process would yield far different intelligent life than we know,' Atwater
hypothesized. 'Perhaps that is why physical contact with extraterrestrials
is so rare.'
- 'The answer may be in seeking contact on the mental and
spiritual planes beyond the often-narrow confines of physical reality,'
he concluded. 'For our presence here is transient and our spiritual existence
- Atwater is the author of 'Captain of My Ship, Master of My Soul' and is an internationally
acclaimed speaker. He was personally hired by Robert Monroe in June, 1988
and he currently works as the Research Director for the Monroe Institute:
- Joe McMoneagle runs his own Remote Viewing company Intuitive
Intelligence Applications at mceagle.com, has written MIND TREK, The Ulitimate Time Machine,
Remote Viewing Secrets and THE STARGATE CHRONICLES: Memoirs of a Psychic
Spy. He most recently astounded Japanese police by Remote Viewing a woman
in her apartment who'd been missing for 27 years.
- Mel Riley lives a quiet life in a remote part of the
mid-west, is involved with Native American culture, participates in pow
wows and is Vice-Commander of the Mohican Veterans.
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