Greg Bishop (09-21-06) PROJECT BETA: How the U.S. Government Created an Alien Invasion
Paul Bennewitz, an electrical physicist living in Albuquerque, New Mexico, engaged in some aggressive radio monitoring of the nearby Sandia Labs, then managed by the Department of Defense. When he became convinced that the strange lights hovering over the labs and Kirtland Air Force Base signaled the vanguard of an extraterrestrial alien invasion, he began writing TV stations, newspapers, senators — and even President Reagan — to alert them. For the most part Bennewitz received form-letter replies, but Air Force investigators paid him a visit, as did Bill Moore, author of the first book on the Roswell incident. Before long Moore — then a new force in civilian UFO research — was tapped by a group of intelligence agents and a deal was struck: Moore was to keep tabs on Bennewitz while the Air Force ran a psychological profile and disinformation campaign on the unsuspecting physicist. In return, Air Force Intelligence would let Moore in on classified UFO material.
More controversially, Hansen stated that after the abduction, she had been taken to an underground base, had seen “body parts” floating in vats, and felt that some sort of “device” had been implanted in her body so that the aliens could monitor and control her thoughts.
When details of Hansen’s description of the underground base were relayed to Kirtland Air Force Base security, they immediately recognized that Hansen was describing a fortified section of one of its facilities: the Manzano Weapons Storage Complex, which, at the time, was the largest underground repository of nuclear weapons in the Western world. The U.S. Air Force seriously addressed the possibility that Hansen’s abduction experience had occurred in some kind of altered state, and that she had not, physically, been taken to the complex at all.
Greg Bishop learned that in 1980 Hansen was placed “under hypnosis with an Air Force psychologist” and described in great detail one specific facility at Manzano. Said Bishop: “Myrna Hansen could have been an ‘accidental remote viewer’ when in an altered state induced by her experience, whether by aliens or through other means more close to home. Unhooked from normal consciousness, she ‘knew’ that she would later be questioned by the Air Force, and the fact that she was near such a secret installation could have caused her to lock on to it.”
Greg adds: “Admittedly, this scenario is far-fetched,” but notes that the Air Force “couldn’t come up with anything better. Eventually, they were satisfied that this was a one-time event, and that she hadn’t been able to see or sense anything else of concern.”
Maybe so, but Myrna Hansen’s experience is important and instructive, since it parallels the experiences of Judy Doraty, in the sense that both women underwent abduction experiences in which some part of them was somehow detached – deliberately or not – from the physical body and transported to another location.
the Paul Bennewitz case is so interesting gives a real insight …plus there are many similarities and parallels to what happens to TI`s
mainly how the intelligent agency screw/manipulate his perception ect.