I just did that.:-/
...Many people don't know this, but the blueprint for post-WW2 SF was created by USA MG Ed Lansdale, assisted by USAF COL Fletcher Prouty. Fletch sent me all the original course material from this gig, which also brough SF to what was then just the PSYOP School at Bragg. Lansdale's a Black Ops legend...
This MW is mind fucking me. Not sure if you're.. or if I'm being tested.
I'm just answering questions that I've been asked. Some of these are not exactly simple concepts, though I'm trying to minimize the jargon.why are you dropping Gen grade names and quantum theoretical mental physics and such into a public forum that reads like a graduate thesis?
If everyone is into MW... I'll just recluse to myself back into my lurk mode.
I'm very familiar with Lonsdale's activities and I knew of him prior to going to SE Asia. Rufus Phillips was another Army/CIA officer involved with our allies there, working, like Lonsdale, to build a good relationship with our counterparts. Those two understood the need for rapport, the need to build support among the populace for an anti-Communist campaign. Their efforts were eventually stymied by the Bureaucracy/Big Army/Big Politics, South Vietnamese machinations and by Generals like Westmoreland who tried to fight the Viet Cong/NLF/NVA like they did the Germans on the plains of Europe.
I was involved in the Marine's Combined Action initiative. Major Curtis Williamson III offers one of the best descriptions of our mission ... I honestly believe if the powers-that-be had listened to men like Lonsdale, Phillips and the Marine officers who tried to get authority to expand Combined Action, the war might've had a different outcome.
Read about 'remote viewing' Ingo Swann once. My impression was it only works for a particular type of person. Could be wrong though.
We have tried to detect EM signals emitted by people, and in particular the Fourier spectrum of such signals, to test the reality of ESP phenomena. All experiments failed to yield any unusual EM radiation. It is possible to conceive transmission of EM energy from one person to another, or of emission by one person in a manner undetectable by the apparatus we have used. This would have been so if very brief pulses of EM energy were used in such signaling with times less than the response time of the corresponding apparatus at the frequency used. There are no known mechanisms in the body able to produce such signals at the power levels required to produce the effects. We have also found that humans are insensitive to low levels of EM. A possible mechanism for such signaling is therefore clearly ruled out for telepathy and distant-viewing. The EM levels emitted to achieve metal-bending [in the microwave range to achieve the desired focusing] are joules, and there is no known mechanism in the body to achieve a peak power output of GW; it is difficult to suppose that this would be possible without severe tissue damage.