From: Jason Gammon <boyinthemachine.nul> Date: Wed, 29 May 2013 15:57:27 -0400 (EDT) Archived: Thu, 30 May 2013 15:16:14 -0400 Subject: Re: Grant Cameron's 'Mental Effects' >From: David Rudiak <drudiak.nul> >To: post.nul >Date: Tue, 28 May 2013 12:07:18 -0700 >Subject: Re: Grant Cameron's 'Mental Effects' >>From: Jason Gammon <boyinthemachine.nul> >>To: post.nul >>Date: Tue, 28 May 2013 01:05:30 -0400 (EDT) >>Subject: Grant Cameron's 'Mental Effects' >>Does anyone have more info on Grant Cameron's views on the >>'mental effects' with regard to UFOs? >I don't know Grant's personal views on how it might work, but he >does bring it up with regards to the Wilbert Smith Nov. 21, 1950 >memo. Besides saying the saucers are real, classified higher >than the H-bomb, and a small group under Dr. Vannevar Bush were >looking into their "modus operandi", also brings up the subject >"mental phenomena" being investigated. Smith would also >sometimes bring up being in mental contact with the "boys >topside". >Another "mental case" that Grant has looked into was that of >Mrs. Francis Swan, a 1950s contactee, who said she was in mental >contact with an alien named AFFA. I helped Grant dig up some >obscure information on this, such as the 1954 orbiting satellite >story that broke in the news in August 1954. Yes, I'm familiar with both examples. I have no opinion on Mrs. Swan. She could have just guessed this information, meaning it would be a coincidence. She may have indeed been contacted by an intelligence. However, I seriously doubt it's name was AFFA and I doubt any suggestion other that it would have had and ulterior motive for the contact. <snip> >Grant, in one public lecture I attended, also mentioned his own >experiences with regards to literally chasing on foot small >probes out in the field and being under the impression that his >mind was being read on occasion (if I remember correctly, which >maybe I'm not, so don't quote me here). This was back in 1975-76 >in Manitoba during a huge UFO wave there when the UFOs hung >around for months. Grant now thinks this may be related to the >U.S. nuclear missile UFO incursions taking place at the same >time just over the border with Canada. The UFOs would "cool >their heels" over in friendlier Canada, maybe, when they weren't >harassing the missile sites. Such would be a common reported occurrence. >>To be specific, is he suggesting this is magic or advanced >>technology. From what little I've heard from him on this it >>seems he is pushing for the former. >>People always forget Arthur C. Clarke's famous quote, "Any >>sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from >>magic." >I don't think Grant believes in magic. I suspect he either >believes this is a natural ability and/or some technology. David, by magic I mean any suggestion other than technology. There is a considerate percentage of people in the UFO field who are caught up in magical thinking and who are in my opinion chasing rainbows. Not only do they believe that telepathy and the mental effects are naturally evolved abilities but such belief tends to go hand-in-hand with the 'star trek fantasies', of a union of organic species across the galaxy or multiple galaxies, or the notion of humans living and working side-by-side with aliens, as if they were equal. I'm sure some even fantasize about inter-species dating. I don't know what it's going to take to shake these people loose from these delusions. A Machine Which Can Read Your Mind http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4qqVhoHJW6s The technology (Brain-Computer Interface) in the above video is an extremely primitive version of the technology that the visitors are exhibiting. Their technology is sufficiently advanced that they have a wireless form of this technology. If they can interface with the human mind then it's only a small skip to the suggestion that they can also effect our perceptions and even control us. Not only could they read our minds but they could also predict our behavior in advance of our actions. When Machines Design Machines http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=puis1LSWeuQ At about 13:41 in the above video is where it gets interesting. Notice the antenna that was designed by A.I. We are at the beginning of the end of civilization and humanity as we know it. Machines have already begun to design machines. Eventually the day will dawn where no human input will be required, or even wanted. This will quickly be followed by the time when humans couldn't input advances as the human mind simply would not be able to keep up. The push for the RFID chip back in 2003 was the first step toward our cyborg future for the majority of citizens. We ultimately chose to reject the RFID chips but we can't fight the future. The development of cyborgs must continue if mankind is to exist in some fashion. However, the development of cyborgs will also serve to push normal humans toward extinction as well. So as I stated before the only way for normal humans to survive is if a 'god' felt pity for humans and established a planet for them elsewhere where they can start over and develop on their own until they reach the point once again where machines advanced beyond humans and the whole process repeats. The same future we face must have played out countless times on other worlds. It's just so frustrating that almost nobody is able to perceive the UFO phenomenon in the same way as I do. Sure, there have been others who have suggest that the grays are cyborgs. Corso, Dolan, and Strieber have all suggested this. I'm just pushing it to the next level, and have been for years. Not only are the occupants possibly cyborgs but that they may not even be in control. but may be mere pawns of an advanced machine intelligence. It also heavily bugs me when people claim that the visitors are friendly because they don't blow us up. An ant colony doesn't attack at once. It sends out scouts. If a scout finds a good source of food it returns. A few more follow the trail and then return home. Even more venture out next time. Eventually the point is reached where the entire nest is on the march. We may be seeing something similar to this. If this is a machine intelligence it would most likely view us as a resource. The abduction phenomenon is probably good evidence that they are already tapping this resource. As far as Cameron goes, I've not heard or seen anything from him suggesting he believes these mental effects are from technology. That worries me. -Jason Gammon Listen to 'Strange Days... Indeed' - The PodCast At: http://www.virtuallystrange.net/ufo/sdi/program/ These contents above are copyright of the author and UFO UpDates - Toronto. They may not be reproduced without the express permission of both parties and are intended for educational use only.
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