It never ceases to amaze me what shows up sometimes.

Like today.

Here I thought I was going to do some minor research into the Gillham sisters and the next thing you know – something else showed up. Not that I didn’t find what I was looking for about the Gillhams, I did, but that’s not what this post is about.

It started with a rather tenuous link at a blog run by Robin Adair. He’s talking about remote viewing, like he usually does, but at the end of his Nov. 22, 2015 post he says –

Tending to muddy the waters of UFO research much like the broad release of Remote Viewing may have done.

The hyperlink he included goes to an article about scientologist and CIA ‘remote-viewer’ Pat Price, and I agree, it’s definitely a questionable source – a Jim Marrs interview.

However, have a look at what it said –

–What has your research into remote viewing revealed about an alien presence on Earth?

Pat Price, one of the world’s best remote viewers, conducted a private search, which located and described four bases, which were manned by extraterrestrials. Price showed this to Skip Atwater, one of the Army remote viewers. But, since his search was performed privately and there was no way of verifying its accuracy, it was filed away for ten years until Atwater, who was then training viewers for the Army, used it as a target for trainees. None of these subjects knew anything about what Price had found, but, when the viewing was completed, they described the same details about the bases.

Exclusive Interview By The ‘X Factor’ And Jim Marrs, extracted from “X Factor” magazine (UK), No 85 (May 2000)


That’s curious, says me, what’s this all about? A little more research was definitely called for.

Next I ran into a website called – so similar in name to Robin’s wordpress blog that one wonders if that was more than just coincidence. The about page tells us that it’s run by a remote-viewing Brit named Daz Smith. He says he’s been trained in the “Military technique called Controlled Remote Viewing” and has been practicing in the UK since 1997. He also publishes an unlikely-named magazine about remote viewing called Eight Martinis. That name is taken from Schnabel’s book, it refers to the CIA’s reaction to Pat Price’s accuracy after meeting with him in early 1975.

Daz has a page dedicated to Pat Price where two things of interest to me showed up. The first was his quoting a supposed former CIA official lauding Pat’s accuracy by saying: “He was extraordinarily accurate, unbelievably accurate”.

That’s interesting, again says me, but where’s the beef – where’s the source document for this lauditory quote?

One isn’t provided, but I found it myself in Jim Schnabel’s book: Remote Viewers, p. 170. However, even that doesn’t tell you where it came from. My money is on the Channel 4 documentary (The Real X-Files: America’s Psychic Spies) directed by Bill Eagles and narrated by Jim Schnabel in 1993, where they interviewed former CIA director Stansfield Turner .

What is provided by Daz are several links, one of which had a rather interesting title – Pat Price Underground UFO bases – article which winds us up again at the factually challenged Rense website, only this time, whoa lordy! Wait til you get a load of this.

It’s a 2005 article by Cassandra ‘Sandy’ Frost with a further link to something called “Soultravel” which is owned by Torbjorn Sassersson who says that he “studied both theoretically and practically a mental technique called remote viewing” developed by SRI (Stanford Research Institute) and that he also trained in using the Monroe Institute Gateway programme.

What the heck this Cassandra has to do with that website is anyone’s guess, because there’s nothing there about her at all other than a broken link. There is something called Pruwatch that doesn’t seem to like her much and tells us that Cassandra’s real name is Sandra Crider but who knows if that’s true or not but apparently she’s a self-styled investigative journalist who decided to investigate remote-viewing back in 1996.

Cassandra’s article at Rense has a intro by ‘the editor’ which goes into this whole background of Lt. F. Holmes ‘Skip’ Atwater and the US Army Remote Viewing Star Gate program of 1978. It goes into quite some story about how ‘Skip’ found some documents in his new office at Fort Meade, when he first transferred there in 1977.

The story goes that when he opened the safe there were 3 Department of Defense documents in it, two describing Soviet research into psychic spying and one written by Russell Targ and Hal Puthoff describing their remote-viewing research at SRI.

With several holes in how this all happened, sequentially, we’re told that Atwater worked with Robert Monroe to develop his training program, and co-operated with Targ and Puthoff.

Then we have another hole sequentially, where somehow Atwater “learned” of “viewer” Pat Price and smashed right up against a rather off-hand mention of a news article about Price we see this –

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.’


Did he now…


Source for this? Anyone? Anyone?

One isn’t given.

The startling paragraph that eye-popping statement was smashed right up against – talk about your cognitive dissonance – was this one.

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.


Really? Turner specifically named Price?

no shaking head.

Ah. But the article does exist and I have to say it is pretty obviously talking about Price – but it does not name him.

Here’s the article for everyone to see –

Chicago Tribune August 13, 1977 page 8


Plain text –

The CIA’s crystal ball by James Coates

The CIA financed a project in 1975 to develop a new kind of agent who could truly be called a “spook,” CIA Direct Stanfield Turner has disclosed.

The CIA chief said that the agency found a man who could “see” what was going on anywhere in the world through his psychic powers.

Turner said CIA scientists and officials would show the man a picture of a place and he would then describe any activity going on there at that time.

The tight-lipped CIA chief wouldn’t reveal how accurate the spook was, but said the agency dropped the project in 1975.

“He died,” Turner said, “and we haven’t heard from him since.”

In a slightly – but not much – more serious vein, Turner confirmed that U.S. Intelligence operatives have discovered that the Soviet Union is spending money and time researching whether occult and psychic methods could be used to spy on other nations.

At a recent breakfast meeting with reporters Turner declined to be specific, but confirmed reports that the Russians are studying persons who claim to be able to read minds, “teleport” themselves into secret meetings, and foretell the future.


I’ll be coming back to this later on, but getting back to Cassandra’s piece about Price again, she picks up on the same line about Pat Price as the article did that Robin Adair referred to as “Tending to muddy the waters …”

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.


There’s a whole lot of ‘passing around’ of folders going on here, but setting that aside for the moment, let’s see what Price’s ‘report’ said.

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.


B.T.L. Implants?

trying not to laugh.

I know, I know!

I know I know raising hand

B.T.L implants = Between-Lives implants.


Although why Price abbreviated it in such a weird way is anyone’s guess. What’s interesting is that if it’s true this ‘folder’ went to Hal Puthoff? Because he was a scientologist, he would have known what that meant too.

Do you have any idea how many books, blogs, and websites go on about this ‘mystery’ of what B.T.L. means? Tons.

That’s just…I don’t know what to say about why no one, not one scientologist of whatever ‘breed’ who follow all these conspiracy theory type places managed to put two and two together.

Oh, well. My honey did, and now that you know what it means, watch what Cassandra says next about it and see if you recognize anything –

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.’

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, Africa.

‘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.’


The Pyrenees and a mountain in Africa?



Did you guys recognize it yet? I’m sure some of you have, but for those who don’t – that is L. Ron Hubbard’s between-lives implant areas ‘data’.

Come with me – I’ll show you.

Come with Me.

First, there is another (and perhaps more credible source) for Price’s ‘alien base’ remote-viewing adventures, and that’s Jim Schnabel’s 1997 book Remote Viewers.

So, let’s use that. This is my copy of the book –


Starting with page 200, Pat Price was “deeply involved” with Scientology.


Couple interesting points on that one. Note how it says –

That was how Puthoff had known him; they had met at a Scientology course in Los Angeles.

…Even Pat Price’s coal company deal had Scientology connections. A senior company official had recovered from a serious illness, he believed, through the help of Scientological techniques, and later he had tried to use those techniques to “cure” his company of its corporate problems. He [the company official] had heard about Price on the Scientology grapevine. [so he must have already been a scientologist]

It wasn’t a course, it was a lecture. Schnabel mentions that on page 108.

Puthoff meets Price 1969 approx

Right here –


But hey now – look at what else that said. They ran into him at a christmas tree lot?

What – Puthoff and Swann just decided to go shopping for Christmas trees together one day and just happened to go to Price’s particular lot?


Kermit the frog excited


Oh please.

Obviously this was an arranged meeting – they did not just ‘run into him’. That’s where Guardian’s Office Sooper-Spy handler Terry Milner comes in, we’ll get to him later but the G.O. spy-types (and general staff scientologists) were always on the lookout for such fly-by-night methods of earning income so that they could continue their ‘day job’.

The other ridiculous part of this story is that after ‘running into him’ around Christmas of 1972, right when Swann had showed up to do his experiments with Price – is what happened next.

Puthoff didn’t know how well the psychic had done, but he put Swan’s report together and prepared to send it to Kennett [pseudonym for the CIA contact]. Before he could, Fate twisted, and a man named Patrick Price telephoned him.


Wow! What amazing timing. Because, you see, Swann wasn’t doing so well on his tests so he ‘came up’ with the idea of being given geographical coordinates instead, and on the previous couple of pages to the above it’s discussed that he had done several tests that way where he had done better. On May 29, 1973 Puthoff had decided to send in a report of this to his CIA contact, and a couple days later on June 1, 1973 is when Pat called him and Puthoff gave him one of the same coordinates that he had given Swann (who hadn’t done all that well on it). He received back several pages of descriptions from Pat on June 4 (dated June 2) that were far more accurate.

I smell something funny here…



We’ll leave it at that, for now.

Apparently having so many scientologists around in the remote-viewing program at SRi caused some problems. The rumor was that scientologists couldn’t be trusted in a lab setting because “negative results were against their religion”. That’s both true and false at the same time, if you follow me there.


The truth was that Puthoff was a scientists in his lab, first and foremost, and failures were most definitely recorded. Ingo Swann had a lot of them, contrary to his self-aggrandizing image he so often put out. Whereas Pat Price was head and shoulders above Swann as to accuracy, as multiple documented experiments are offered to support in both this book and CIA records.

In the chapter about shamanism Pat Price’s other abilities and spiritual quirks are also described. Apparently, he could control the weather, clouds in particular, although why Schnabel wants to refer to this ability as ‘quaint’ or somehow de riguer is anybodies guess.


It’s in the second half of the paragraph describing him that we get our first description of Pat Price and remote viewing aliens and their bases.



Last but not least, he believed that an alien civilization flew its silvery saucers into bases on the moon and Mars–and also here on Earth, under the oceans and beneath great mountains. Not long after arriving at SRI, he reported to Puthoff that Alaska’s Mount Hayes, the jewel of a glacial range northeast of Anchorage, housed one of the aliens’ largest bases.

Note the ‘not long after arriving at SRI” part – that would put this as happening in the summer of 1973 just as the CIA contract with Puthoff etc. got going.

The other part talking about Price and the UFO-related targets is on page 359.



Pat Price had also done a great many UFO-related targets, and had even ventured out spontaneously, in his nightly reveries, to spy on flying saucers as they (supposedly) cruised in and out of Alaskan mountains. But Ingo Swann, asked by Puthoff if he would try to confirm some of Price’s results, almost always refused. His argument was that UFO occupants-aliens-if they sensed him psychically spying on them, might swoop down to spy on him, invading his mind, possessing his soul.


Possessing his soul?



What a ridiculous and totally lame excuse.

Sounds like to me, that he didn’t want to be called on the carpet for something he couldn’t do at the same time as obviously trying to divert off ‘those’ kind of targets.

Curiously, this had more to do with Price and what he theoretically saw (that Swann often couldn’t) in my opinion, because later on after Price died and despite all this BS about being afraid what do we find Swann doing?

Swann assigned his student Tom Nance to remote view ‘bases’ on the dark side of the Moon and in the ‘faces on Mars’ (Cydonia region)!!

At least Price was a whole lot closer to something even vaguely real (and I do mean vague) but now we know where all that horsepuckey about faces on Mars being alien bases came from – eh?

wink wink.

So, what do we have here so far then from Price.

Taken from the quotes in the book, we have:

  • an alien civilization flew its silvery saucers into bases on the moon and Mars–and also here on Earth, under the oceans and beneath great mountains….
  • flying saucers as they (supposedly) cruised in and out of Alaskan mountains…Alaska’s Mount Hayes, the jewel of a glacial range northeast of Anchorage, housed one of the aliens’ largest bases.

The Moon, Mars, Mount Hayes and other bases ‘under the oceans’ and ‘beneath great mountains’.

Coming back to Cassandra’s article at Rense again – she had said:

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.’

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, Africa.

‘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.’

OK, so now we have –

  • 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.’

Put another way, Pat is saying these bases are ‘screened’ from detection. Sort of like the Klingons and their cloaking devices, one surmises. (I’m trying to keep a straight face here)

And we have some more specifically named mountains, Mt. Perdido in the Pyrenees between France and Spain, and Mt. Inyangani in Zimbabwe/Rhodesia – Cecil Rhodes territory, no less, whom L. Ron Hubbard said that he was in a previous life.

So what’s that make our list of ‘screened bases’ and such now – we’ve got the Moon, Mars, Mount Hayes, Mt. Perdido, Mt. Inyangani and other bases ‘under the oceans’ and ‘beneath great mountains’.

Sounding familiar yet to any of you scientologist or scientology material experts out there?

It should, and here’s why.

Let’s start with the Pyrenees and the Between-Lives Implants.

The earliest mention in L. Ron Hubbard’s materials is in the book: History of Man.



The report area for most has been Mars. Some women report to stations elsewhere in the Solar System. There are occasional incidents about Earth report stations. The report stations are protected by screens. The last Martian report station on Earth was established in the Pyrenees.

Entities have between-life incidents independent of the thetan.


You can see that between lives is mentioned several times on that page because this is the “Between Lives” section.

Next we have an Hubbard tape lecture from November 1952 called The Role of Earth. The Church of Scientology publications department advertises that the transcript of this lecture is contained in Research and Discovery Series Volume 12.

Screenshot –


Here’s the relevant part of the transcript –

…But completely aside from that fact, Earth has been used consistently as a prison; and it is a prison, and it is heavily screened. There are installations in Mongolia, there are installations in the Pyrenees here on Earth, and there are installations down in the Mountains of the Moon in Africa which pick up, very often, people on death.

Dated Nov 1952 in R&D Volumes and 30 Oct 52 on old reels.
5210C30A SOP8A (SOP lectures number 8A).


You can also hear Hubbard saying this – I have qued this video (segment of actual Role of Earth lecture) right to the part where it says about the Pyrenees and the Mountains of the Moon.



Then there’s the part that talks about screens and such –

And there was – the Fourth Invader Force was here. The Fifth Invader Force came in to use this area, and the name of this solar system is Space Station 33. They started to use this area without suspecting that the Fourth Invader Force had been there for God knows how many skillion years, had been sitting down, and they have their installations up on Mars, and they have a tremendous, screened operation.

The Martian operation is a fascinating operation, simply because it has gone into 100 percent holding force. And it does everything it does with tremendous coversion. It’s sitting behind a defense screen of enormous size, and nobody – it’s practically impossible to penetrate that, except as a thetan. And if you penetrate it as a thetan, you go through the Martian screen, and they got you!

Dated Nov 1952 in R&D Volumes and 30 Oct 52 on old reels.
5210C30A SOP8A (SOP lectures number 8A).


So, it’s pretty clear where Pat Price was getting his ‘information’ from about these “underground bases” he supposedly remote-viewed – wouldn’t you say? As well as ‘screened’ locations, and between lives ‘implants.

If you would like to know what Pat means by B.T.L. or Between Lives implants, here’s Hubbard’s description of it in the same Role of Earth lecture.

Really, from death back to assumption of a new body and so on, is ordinarily a time period of about fifteen minutes and he has three engrams in those fifteen minutes:

  • 1) The death,
  • 2) The wipeout and implant between lives, and
  • 3) The assumption – knocking out the GE and taking over a body at birth. Very interesting.

All right. You’ll run into these things with pcs. That’s the only reason I’m talking to you about it, not to romance with you.

A body in pawn utilizes not the thetan but ridges. Here’s some of the most fascinating things. They’ll take a thetan and they’ll build up ridges, and these ridges will act like personalities, and because their wavelength is known, they can be monitored.”


Let’s have a look at some of these places Pat and Hubbard are describing, starting with Mount Perdido in the Pyrenees.

It’s located here –



And looks like this –

Mount perdido


Now let’s look at Pat’s choice for the “Mountains of the Moon” – which are a myth by the way, a reference to where the Nile starts supposedly but at least the myth puts them in Africa so I suppose that’s something (ha).

Here’s Pat’s choice, Mount Nyangani, and where it’s located –


Local legend calls it a feared mountain involving the “spirits world”. They have it related to the first Mbona (Seer) as in being able to “see” who was from the West meaning where the sun sets.  This is the spirit (mizimu) known as Tagoneka Mbona meaning we have put to sleep Mbona. The Sapitwa healers call it “mwala wamizimu” which means the “Rock of the Spirits”.

Not too hard to figure out why Hubbard got on the band-wagon of the whole ‘spirit mountain’ idea and why Pat Price (or more likely his handler Terry Milner) chose this particular mountain.

Another source of local lore says that people tend to disappear on that mountain due to all the mists that can sometimes just overtake the place “and then they get lost and fall off” – humorous, but probably some truth to that and in the Pat Price/Terry Milner UFO world that probably only added to the charm of picking it.

Here’s what it looks like –



Hubbard really went to town on this stuff in the early 1950’s – here’s some other sources that show him talking about the whole Mars ‘base’ idea with it’s force fields and screens and implanting going on.

By the way – other references show Hubbard is placing this as happening in 8244 BC approximately, if you can believe that. He’s always backdating things. I can’t imagine where he got that bad habit from, certainly not from the Catholic Church.

warning heavy sarcasm

This lecture is from 1954 –

You could have him find Mars. “Be outside of Mars and move down on the surface.” But he’s immediately going to discover the force field of Mars. I’m sorry that this has to be so. It’s not science fiction. He will always discover the force field of Mars. There’s something wrong with Mars.

And you say, “Move down to the surface of Mars.” He doesn’t like that. “Be on the surface of Mars.”

“Okay. “Be outside of Mars. On the surface of Mars. Outside of Mars. Be on the surface of Mars. Outside of Mars. Now, move down to surface of Mars.”

Nyaa-nya-yann-nya-nya-ruu-ruu. He doesn’t like that a bit. “Well, all right. I made it. Hey, what do you know. LTh-hu! Hey, there’s something around here.”

“Well, move out to the outer atmosphere of Mars. Move down to the surface of Mars.” He finally gets so he can move through force fields.

Every once in a while you’ll discover some boy who is standing there looking at a huge ultraviolet ball, or a big pyramid, such as you see on the dollar bill in all it … Actually, it’s almost the exact emblem of the dollar bill. That’s the Gates of Mars. That’s a between-life area. He’ll run into this and tell you all about it. Well, now don’t you be surprised; it’s simply the Gates of Mars-the call-back area. Just run Change of Space.

– Hubbard lecture ROUTE 1, STEP 9, 10 OCTOBER 1954


The Gates of Mars – my, how colorful that is. Methinks Hubbard must have been reading a bit much Edgar Rice Burroughs, because here’s what Mars actually looks like –



whoo bored.

A PDF file here at our blog titled Anthropology: Earth and The Universe Time Track – according to L. Ron Hubbard is an excellent source for some more specific references wherein Hubbard does his part to earn Scientology it’s place in UFO cult status.

One of the things he goes on about, which apparently escaped Pat and Terry’s notice, is that the Mars base, run by the Marcabians (whose real name is the Espinolians) was ‘taken out’ in 1150AD.

Gotsta keep your Hubbard history straight, you know.


The Espinols abandoned the Solar System in AD 1150, “when a group on Mars was finally abolished and vanished”, and since then have used the system as a dumping ground for convicts.

– Ron Hubbard lecture, The Free Being, SHSBC-281, July 9, 1963

Still workin’ that Prison Planet idea though, as you can see.

In 1961, is (I believe) the first time Hubbard uses the term Marcabian.

Marcabian intelligence report date-something or other.  Did you hear about the Marcabians who had to PDH the Thedeans who had to -in order to make Frank Sullivan safe for democracy.  Anyhow-ah, it’s a wonderful life.

– Points in Assessing – 7 June 1961 – SHSBC

Hubbard names the Marcabs as the Society that started 200,000 yrs ago in SHSBC lecture Auditing Comm Cycles  given on 6 August 1963 –  but as you see in the above reference, the Espinols were “running things” here up until 1150 A.D. In the same  Auditing Comm Cycles reference Hubbard also says that Marcab is not it’s right name.

You can’t really blame Pat Price and Terry Milner for not quite having their cover stories straight about what the hell Pat is ‘remote viewing’ as implanting bases, because heck – neither can Hubbard!

Here’s Hubbard saying this between lives “implanting” is still CURRENT – as opposed to his other statements about “knocking out their base on Mars in 1150 A.D.

Note the great intro, just before he’s going to LIE to everyone.

… The truth never hurts. It’s only lies that aberrate.




The very fact that this is a prison planet, that it is being monitored this carefully right this minute… Right  this instant, as I’m talking here, some Joe off this planet has appeared on that landing stage…”

… They’ve been looking down the backs of our necks and we didn’t know it, for thousands of years. Each one of us as a person and as a society as a whole. And I just want to point out to you that the other day, I was looking down the back of theirs.

– SHSBC Tape – Between Lives Implants – 23 July 1963


Let’s finish up with one of the other mountains that Pat Price ‘remote viewed’ an alien base at – Mount Hayes in Alaska, as per Cassandra’s article –

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.’


Methinks Terry Milner knew about the HAARP (High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program) array in Alaska and he and Pat played off of that. Mount Hayes isn’t very far from it, around 100 miles or so as the crow flies.

Despite not being a fourteener (14,000 feet high) it is one of the largest peaks in the United States in terms of rise above local terrain.

Here’s where it’s located, and I’ve marked where the HAARP array is for you as well –



Here’s what it looks like –




mount hayes



.mount hayes glacial plain

Notice the similarity to how Mount Perdido looks. It’s like someone chose these two mountains because of their ‘bowl’ right next to them. What, did they figure aliens would need such a feature to land or something?


I guess if they were stupid or something they would.

If anything was messing up US and Soviet space projects as Pat put it, it was probably HAARP. One of the reasons HAARP was located where it was is to study “an energetic and active region of the upper atmosphere.”

… The U.S. military is interested in the ionosphere because this portion of the atmosphere plays a role in transmitting radio signals. HAARP sends radio beams into the ionosphere to study the responses from it — one of the few ways to accurately measure this inaccessible part of the atmosphere.

HAARP operates out of the HAARP Research Station in Gakona, Alaska, where it has a high-power radio frequency transmitter that can perturb a small portion of the ionosphere. Other instruments are then used to measure the perturbations.

The goal of the program is to understand the physics of the ionosphere, which is constantly responding to influences from the sun. Solar flares can send solar particles racing toward Earth, occasionally disrupting communications and the electrical grid. If scientists could better understand what happens in the ionosphere, they might be able to mitigate some of these problems.

But the Air Force is no longer interested in maintaining HAARP, according to David Walker, the Air Force deputy assistant secretary for science, technology and engineering.

At a Senate hearing on May 14, Walker said the Air Force has no interest in maintaining the site, and is moving in another direction in ionospheric research.

…HAARP cost more than $290 million to build, much of it earmarked by late Senator Ted Stevens (R-Alaska), who had great influence over the U.S. defense budget during his time in Congress.

The site was host to numerous projects over the years, including the creation of the first man-made aurora in 2005. The site’s generators now require remediation to meet the environmental standards set in the Clean Air Act, an expense no one seems keen to take on.

Secret Weapon? Conspiracy Theories Abound as US Military Closes HAARP By Stephanie Pappas, Senior Writer   |   May 22, 2014 04:22pm ET


I love the shore story for why someone was creating an Aurora – you gotta see this.

By shooting intense radio beams into the night sky, researchers created a modest neon light show visible from the ground. The process is not well understood, but scientists speculate it could one day be employed to light a city or generate celestial advertisements.

Researchers with the High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program (HAARP) project in Alaska tickled the upper atmosphere to the extent that it glowed with green speckles.

The experiment was conducted March 10, 2004 and the results released Feb. 2, 2005.

Artificial Neon Sky Show Created


Generate Celestial Advertisements – like…hmm…The Second Coming or an Alien Invasion?

Say it ain’t so –


One of the websites that picked up the Pat Price stories about alien bases quoted Price as saying –

Price added: “The site has also been responsible for strange activity and malfunction of U.S. and Soviet space objects.”

Mysterious Universe


It cites as the source for that a now defunct website but I found it in the internet archive. It’s a good thing I did because look what it says –

A few years later, after the FBI raided the Church of Scientology’s Los Angeles office, agents found records that Price, a Church member, gave to a senior Scientology official about his SRI and CIA RV research. These included descript­ions of highly secret operations and names of clandestine agents that Price had agreed, in CIA and SRI contracts, to keep undisclosed.

This made people wonder if Price’s RV information was fed to him by a Scientology spy network in the US intelli­gence community.

When government officials informed Puthoff about this, he said it was the biggest duplicity he had experienced.

Kress wondered, via a 1999 document, whether Price’s 1973 remote viewing of the NSA site had been inform­ation supplied by others so a psychic double agent could gain access to information that he could give to his superiors. Kress suspected that Price obtained target-related information from CIA officials. During a foreign embassy related project by CIA agent “Frank,” Price said he liked the muted red and green décor around the stairs and “Frank” replied he was impressed with the Italian marble.

In the past, Kress was criticized within the CIA community for his enthusiasm about Price and the SRI. By 1999, he was skeptical and concluded that the most remarkable talent of “psychics,” like Price, was their ability to implant the belief in unexplainable abilities in naïve people.


The “Senior Official” was Terry Milner, who was second in command over intelligence activities for scientology’s Guardian’s Office in the United States.

Terry is the man who oversaw the black ops (fair game) against Paulette Cooper.

what terry milner did to paulette cooper - fair game.

Using Jeffrey K. Marino aka Jerry Levin aka Don Alverzo to befriend Paulette and try to get her to commit suicide –

Don alverzo -Handler_MV-Agent-450x216.

Taking up this phrase by itself – Price’s RV information was fed to him by a Scientology spy network in the US intelli­gence community that would be probably pretty close to the truth.

Except Terry, as was his other agent, the gun-running drug-smuggling Jerry McDonald, as was Hubbard himself, were all deep cover CIA assets.

Numerous posts (as well as chapters in Mike’s Scientology Roots book) go into great detail about that, and just how long it had been going on – like right from the beginning of Dianetics!

It’s no surprise then, to see Pat and Terry mixed up with ‘remote viewing’ research that accidentally on-purpose helps promote Scientology so they can bring in MORE black-budget funds from any erstwhile newbies that get railroaded into it. Plus, they get to haze some people in the intelligence community, plus bait the Russians while they’re it at it.

It’s just a helluva thing.

whee - audrey.

Somehow, considering there’s many people that think a guy named Jesus came back from the dead on this day – Easter Sunday – it seemed appropriate to post about this today.


I like the bunnies.

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  1. Hello Virginia, and Happy Egg and Bunny Day! I really appreciate your thorough article, it’s rare to find so much in one that is useful. My only experience with Scientology are: delivering pizza there when I was in college, and the actors I cast in tv shows that tried to get me to meet them for rehearsal at the Scientology headquarters in Hollywood. Lol. (I am a Director/Producer/Writer.) I have to say, that in my quest to learn more about my own MK programming in Arizona long ago, that your stories help delve the mystery. And, your images seem to trigger the brain fog I get when I have flashbacks. If you find anything more specific about that mind control, let me know, and if you want me to detail my own stories to you, I can privately. Thanks for all the hard work you put into this. Scott

  2. Thank you Virginia for all the effort put into this terrific blog.    I posted a Comment.  Thanks, Scott

  3. Hi Virginia

    Thanks for the interesting website! I find it very informative.

    Just a few tidbits of information for you.

    # Inyangane and Mountains of the Moon are two different locations. Mountains of the Moon (google it) are up in Rwanda area in the rift valley, a thousand miles or more from Zimbabwe.

    # Back in the 1800s when the Brits were actively colonizing Africa and setting up mission schools” and hospitals all over the place – it made for good humanitarian PR, but there was always a condition attached to any black fella who came along wanting services – he had to go home, fetch and bring back and hand over any and all little idols and artifacts of African religious beliefs that he had. manikins and “power” objects and so on. He had to verbally reject these and accept the new god who was brought in by the whites. (reference is just common talk among older settlers whom I had met in South Africa over the years)

    These objects were collected up and all sent back to the UK where they apparently still are warehoused. (reference here is the hours long interviews that David Icke recorded with Credo Muthwa, a Zulu senior shaman)

    # Cecil Rhodes, when he was “conquering” Rhodesia, always enquired of the inhabitants where their “holy places” were. He always investigated these – one was the Inyangane mountains in eastern part of the country, the other near Bulawayo in the South West. (By the way, Inyangane is not the highest int in Zimbabwe – that is Mount Chimanimani in the South East) People who have been to these areas often say that they have a very spiritual atmosphere abut them. I found this to be so about the Matopos. Have never been to Inyanga. The matopos is an area about 30 or 40 k’s wide and 20 deep where the landscape is covered with HUGE boulders and narrow valleys between them. By huge I mean the size of a small town. Really HUGE.

    The Inyanga place was important for contacting the spirit gods, the Bulawayo place was holy because all chiefs, when they died, were brought there to be buried at the foot of thae highest hill there. When Rhodes died his will decreed that he was to be buried – guess where – at the very top high point of one of that high point in the Matopo Hills near Bulawayo. The message was immediately clear to the locals – he would rule their ancestors in the afterlife just as he ruled the living while he was present.

    # In his interview with David Icke, Muthwa tells of a visit to Inyangane – remember this guy, as far as I know, knows nothing of LRH and Scio and its teachings – he goes up Inyangane as part of his training as shaman (Actually a “Senussi” – an elder keeper of the tribal traditions) and he undergoes some sort of reality shift and describes the between lives implants and all of it. It’s worth listening to that interview. It’s on the web, several hours long.

    # While in Bulawayo years ago I met a guy at my parents-in-laws’s place. An old jewish guy, he’d been a pharmacist all his life. He told of an experience he’s had in the Inyanga mountains when he was younger. He was up there alone one afternoon when the mist suddenly came down very suddenly – as it often does there. One minute blue sky, the next you can hardly see two yards in front of you.

    This was serious because he needed to get down before dark. He said he nearly panicked, didn’t know which way to go. The a little bushman appeared out of nowhere. Dressed in skins and looking as old as the hills. (sounds like a fairy tale doesn’t it? Happens to be true) The bushman never said a word but only gestured that the guy should follow him. He was led down the mountain to where he was in sight of the camp, and, yes, he looked again and the bushman had disappeared.

    Make of this story what you like. I take it as true.

    best regards,


    • Hi Leon, I was aware of that about the Mountains of the Moon, I may have not made that clear, sometimes I get in a hurry and get word mashups. In any case, I’m glad for any mistake on my part because here you are with such a fun and colorful addition. I loved the story about the bushman and the fog, I can totally see something like that happening there. It makes one wonder just how many times the poor guy has to show up for all the “tourists” who don’t know the place like he does. Was certainly gallant of him to do that, that’s for sure. Thanks again for stopping by – don’t be a stranger! Best, Virginia


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