After waiting almost a week for feedback on the questions that I forwarded to Gordon Novel, I haven’t heard anything so I’ve decided to publish the questions over at RealityUncovered.net. The decision to do this stems from the fact that I’ve been hearing things from a few of the nutters that suggests Ron is actively working in the background to create a diversion from this particular discourse.
Browsing Ron Pandolfi
Well, loyal readers, it has been a full week since any update on this blog. My overloaded schedule is to blame, and the fact that I’ve been spending a large amount of my time collating and organizing information for the upcoming Gordon Novel interview. Last weekend, I thought Gordon was going to back out of the interview because he’d requested that questions and answers be vetted first by Jim Marrs, his son Sur Novel, and of course Ron Pandolfi. I’m pretty certain Project Camelot folks, George Knapp at Coast to Coast and Jerry Pippen did not need to jump through these hoops. However, Steve and I have become accustomed to these sorts of things – people throughout Ufology are always cautious when they are approached by RealityUncovered. The good news is, the questions are completed and submitted to those three individuals as Gordon requested. The bad news is, he’s now added a longer list of individuals who need to “approve” the interview before he’ll move forward. I am still holding my breath…but not much longer.
Recently, I’ve covered a little bit about the heated exchange between Jack Sarfatti and Gordon Novel. Much of the disagreement between the two originates with Gordon’s frustration from the fact that his RAM project has lost support of most of the fringe scientists who recently supported him, as well as from Ron Pandolfi, who previously gave Gordon the impression of open and sincere support for “RAM.” In the process of expressing that frustration, Gordon Novel and Jack Sarfatti started to exchange blows via email. In his signature approach, Gordon started threatening Jack Sarfatti. As I detailed in my previous post, things have escalated significantly. Today, Jack sent out a short video clip of himself walking to the San Francisco Hall of Justice to submit the criminal threatening complaint against Gordon Novel. Today, I’ve written a full report on Jack’s complaint and the evidence he included on RealityUncovered. Watch the video – and you can see the determination on Jack’s face – this is a man who intends to seek justice. Jack Sarfatti Headed to the Hall of Justice **UPDATE** January 16, 2010 9:00 P.M. Eastern Time **UPDATE** Just received the following image back from Jack Sarfatti – without comment. I believe the image speaks for itself. I guess Gordon Novel may be hearing from Officer Hathaway at some point soon. How this entire episode will play out is anyone’s guess. But one thing is for certain – the Gordon Novel interview on Coast 2 Coast this Sunday with George Knapp is going to be more interesting than ever.
If you already know about the Pandolfi UFO CIA connections and the Kit Green UFO CIA connections, then we’re half way there already. If you’ve never heard of these guys or know anything about them, then let me offer a primer and point you in the right direction. Welcome to the New Year folks. 2010 may turn out to be one of the most insightful years yet, with revelations and disclosures regarding Ufology on a scale that most folks could never imagine. This year, one of my New Years resolution is to better organize my various research endeavors into a collection of several “arms” of research. Each of these arms will serve a specific core purpose. At the very center of the machinery is the mission of RealityUncovered, the website and blog that I co-founded along with my UK research colleague and friend, Stephen Broadbent. The purpose of RealityUncovered is stated in the motto on the website header: “Searching for the answers. Passionate about the truth.”
A lot of people who drop by TopSecretWriters.com are looking for answers to the question about what the U.S. government knows about the UFO phenomenon – and specifically what are the most secret classified UFO documents. Most UFO researchers are aware of project Blue Book and the USAF approach to resolving public discontent with the government’s mishandling of UFO sightings, but several decades later one would suspect that things have changed and that there should be some new clues as to what the U.S. government knows. In this article, I’m going to cover a few of the most recently declassified documents that could provide some clues as to what might exist in the form of the most secret classified UFO documents. Hot on the Trail of the Most Secret Classified UFO Documents This topic is going to represent a regular theme as part of TopSecretWriters, and there’s far too much material to cover in one post. So first, I’m going to start by reviewing a few declassified CIA documents that provide a few clues as to what the government really knew, and knows, about UFO’s. HOwever, if you’re not familiar with it, you should review the 1997 article by Jim Wilson titled The Secret CIA UFO Files, which does an excellent job detailing what the CIA knew about the UFO phenomenon during the 1960′s – in effect that most of the sightings were created by the testing of the A-12 or the SR-71 spy planes. Here’s a small excerpt. “The secret development program, which was originally called Project Aquatone, and then Gusto and then Oxcart, led to the first A-12 mockup. It became connected with UFO lore in late 1959 when, according to Crickmore, it was trucked from the famous Lockheed Skunk Works, in Palmdale, California, to Groom Lake, Nevada.”
*Tap….tap….tap* Ahem….Is this thing on? Cool. Ladies and gentlemen, I want to apologize for that brief period of radio silence after the last busy round of disclosures and discussion. Life often takes priority over distributing these interesting tales of manipulation and mayhem. That’s just how it is. Now back to the story at hand, shall we? Recap and Moving Forward For those who’ve been following along, this will be a bit of a summary. For those who are new to TopSecretWriter, this will help you understand what this thing is all about. If you’ve followed the RU Blog, you’ll know that a game has gone on for decades – the likes of which most people could never imagine. A game involving what, and why?
Bruce Maccabee is an interesting figure within the history of Ufology. He unknowingly played a pivotal role in the distribution of Ufology?s ?Core Story,? related to the MJ-12 storyline. In the latest ?Rotten to The Core? update at RealityUncovered.net, the folks at RealityUncovered.com have revealed another significant piece of the puzzle related to the earliest days of the CIA?s interest in Ufology. In particular, his interactions with the CIA during the late 1970?s provide insight into the thought process and activities of CIA officials who were also interested at the same time in the field of parapsychology, as evidenced in the later declassified ?Stargate? documents. Maccabee obtained a bachelor?s degree at Worcester Polytechnic Institute, and then a Masters and a Doctorate in Physics at The American University in Washington, D.C. He?s certainly no fool. His reports on UFO sightings are filled with valuable and informative, yet somewhat dry, data and analysis of UFO events.
After several years of digging, fact-checking, collecting and analyzing data, and observing social networks within the UFO community – the hoax-busting researchers at RealityUncovered.net (which in fairness, I must disclose that I co-founded with Stephen Broadbent) is finally moving forward with releasing all information and data collected over the course of those years. This data collection started with an analysis of a story called Serpo – a hoaxed story about a 1950′s alien/human exchange program first released in 2005. Researchers quickly ascertained Rick Doty as the source, and from that point on the data and evidence gathered painted a disturbing picture of an elaborate scam stretching back several decades, and touching on age-old Ufology tales such as MJ12, Roswell, and more. One central element to this several-year study is a “Core Story” created by three individual scientists, many years ago in the early 1980s, during a late-night philosophical discussion at a Denny’s Restaurant. Those three scientists were Jacques Vallee, Christopher “Kit” Green, and Harold Puthoff.
If you’ve been following UFOlogy for years, you’ve probably heard of the likes of Bruce Maccabee, J. Allen Hynek, or Jacques Vallee, but you’ve probably never heard of Mr. Dan Smith. The story of this man actually starts back in the 1970s and 1980s when he started out as a researcher of crop circles. In a parallel story, around the same time, Bruce Maccabee was busy researching New Zealand UFO sightings and was subsequently contacted first by Dr. Christopher Green of the CIA, and then later by Dr. Ronald Pandolfi, Dr. Green’s successor. The short story is that they each invited Maccabee to the CIA to provide some background, not only regarding his New Zealand research, but also regarding UFOlogy overall. Maccabee was also the UFOlogist who Pandolfi tasked with writing up a brief for Clinton’s scientific advisor on the current state of UFOlogy. Given these activities, it’s little surprise to learn that Pandolfi also contacted crop circle researcher, Dan Smith, around the same time.