The main focus of this article is centered around some documents that were allegedly left and found in a barn (attached at the bottom of this article), and may have belonged to a Douglas employee who moved – The new owner of the location found the files, and sold them on Ebay. These documents pertain to the research of small team of people in the Douglas Aircraft corporation in 1967 – 1969. They show that some people there took the UFO phenomenon seriously – and regarded them as real, physical objects. Someone decided that it was worth studying them in detail, with a view to developing a new method of propulsion – based on a new theory of physics. This research was, of course, Top secret.
To me, a long time student and practitioner on the subject of Remote Viewing. (Remote viewing (RV) is the practice of seeking impressions about a distant or unseen target using subjective means, in particular, (ESP) or “sensing with mind”.) Which includes a twenty three year program involving all aspects of the American military and various spaghetti soup intel agencies (CIA, NSA, DIA, FBI amongst others) is the investigation form McDonnell Douglas into contactee’s of UFO events and also in information gathering through experimentation with ESP, years before the official program at SRI started in 1972.
What the documents detail is that a small department of McDonnell Douglas, which included a man known as R.M. Wood (more on Robert Wood later)set about trying to research and back engineer the potential propulsion systems of UFO’s based on investigation of witness reports, contactee testimonies and ESP derived information. This small group briefed the Condon Committee and had a budget of around $500,000 between 1968 and 1970.
From further document sources within the CIA Star Gate FOIA archives, it’s clear that McDonnell Douglas was also still interested and exploring ESP as a technology nearly two decades later in the mid 80’s.
For the lay person the documents are very technical and discuss many theories and experiments with advanced psychics and propulsion systems, equations and theories are detailed and explained.
Enclosed below are some of the highlights that piqued my interest.
“ANALYSIS OF UFO OBSERVATIONS
Three avenues appear worthwhile for obtaining useful data from the UFO ‘ s:
I. Compilation of data in the Literature.
2. Interviews with “contactees”.
There are many books (1OO’s), magazine articles, and other sources of UFO reports. If the data in these reports were carefully organised and scientifically studied, which to our knowledge has never been done, it is possible that useful clues to the construction of a vehicle would emerge . In view of this, a concerted effort is now in process to extract all useful data from the tens of UFO books and the many magazines which currently are at hand. In extracting the data the only criterion will be whether or not the item extracted is descriptive of the UFO or its occupants o: of the local environment.
A form has been evolved for recording the extracted data, see Appendix D. It is anticipated that most events would be reported on the one page .
However , extensive reports such as D. W. Fry’ should start with this form but would extend many pages. Eventually this portion of the program should result in an extensive report which provides broad coverage of the I literature.
For the purposes here a “contactee” is defined as a person who may have • vehicle data (principally propulsion data) which would be useful design clues.
Appendix E is a start of making a list of potential contactees . Once the list is completed a cost/payoff ordering will be made and the interview plan will be firmed up.
Throughout much of the UFO Literature there are indications that the observers have been communicated information by non-conventional means presumably by extra sensory perception (ESP) . Comments such as “I heard it in my head” are common . A low priority effort will be made to study the literature, to measure the signal, carrier (most likely electromagnetic fields) , and to determine how to communicate in this manner. If it can be established that the communication scheme is real, then the last goal certainly should be achievable. If the communication scheme can be established , this in itself would be a significant achievement . However, the utility to us would be to obtain vehicle clues by “eavesdropping” or possibly by a direct back and forth communication link. The first step in this program beyond the low level literature surveyed will be to measure the magnetic fields (and possibly other phenomena) around someone’s head when he is supposedly receiving ESP communication.
The approach so far utilized in the development of the kinetic particle theory of physics has been to continually broaden the scope of qualitative application of the theory as a result of reading a large number of books in diverse scientific areas while at the same time generally tightening the analysis everywhere throughout the structure and particularly making the analysis perfectly rigorous where possible. It is believed that this approach is being successful and should be continued.
There are a large number of phenomena, particularly so called psychic phenomena, which appear to be beyond current science. These phenomena may not be physical, but they may be. In case of the latter , then clues to the structuring of a new theory may result from a study of these phenomena. In order to maximize success potential a small I literature survey and limited investigation effort on all strange phenomena appears to be well worthwhile.
Along this line there exists the phenomenon of “water dowsing” which undoubtedly works but is not understood. This phenomenon is definitely worth examining and it is planned to investigate it in the forthcoming months.”
What next interested me amongst a few hundred pages of complex psychics was a memorandum titled: A New Communication Mode. This paper examines the possibility of a new communications navigation concept utilizing a mode of Information transfer adapted from natural phenomena other than electromagnetic.
“18 Feb, 1969 memo
To: R.N. Wood form C.P. Thomas
RE: A new communications mode
Attached to this memorandum Is a loose discourse on the feasibility of a new communications mode which could be a parent or a product of a new propulsion mode.
C.P. Thomas (advanced concepts)”
“Development and Experimentation With the Human Link
If the equilibrium system honors a stable reference, then possibly it could be made to honour coherent information content in the reference. Since all muscular coordination and action is based on the reference provided through the equilibrium system, then perhaps muscle action can be made to act on the coherent information. For instance, if it is sensed that an “a” is received , then the finger could be instructed by the coordinated motor system to point to an “a” on a chart.”
“It was found that the best sliding instrument is a small “jigger” glass, inverted, which has an indentation in the base in which a fingertip will rest. The angle of the sides of the glass provides a structure which will resist tipping over from the horizontal force supplied through the finger tip.
The chart should be made so that the maximum movement efficiency can be utilized . It was decided at first that an alphabetical circle was best; later, it was modified .to an ellipse.
It was further hypothesized that if coherent information exists as a modulated portion of the stable (gravitational) reference, then it would be identical for any number of persons In immediate proximity to each other; therefore, If two or three persons 1rere to operate as concurrent receivers, each with a finger on the Inverted glass, the strength of the received signal could be multiplied by the number of persons contributing.
On the very first trial , it was found that there is literally a plethora of intelligent~ information available through this method, that there are uncountable constant sources of information. Since authentication of both source and information was impossible, the experiment was continued based on observation alone, without judgment as to the source or content. The time of these experiments was in April, 1965.
Unauthenticated information was received from locations indicating ranges up to hundreds of millions of light-years away . If the source location were correct, the instantaneous link indicated a mode of communication approaching infinite velocity, -many magnitudes greater than c, in any case. V/hen the link was utilized as a two-way link, the indication of this phenomena was even stronger, as conversation ran back and forth with no apparent lag where, by the concept of c, such a I ink would be impossible. It was decided that in as much as a reception was made, a transmission had been made, and that a controlled test should be performed. First, however, requirements should be established for being a good receiver, and for a good transmitter.
From the small experience up to April 1965, we had learned that the best description of a good receiver is a person who has found his inner peace. One who has learned that concern and worry are not the same; who has found minute-to-minute, hour-by-hour, day-by-day, month-by-month, yearby- year ways of meeting everything, ranging from happiness and joy to boring normalcy to extra ordinary adversity with calm acceptance, gaining victory when necessary; accepting failure when unavoidable, and turning it to success whenever possible. It takes a relaxed mind and body to be a good receiver.
A good transmitter is a person who can think one thought, excluding all other thoughts, even from his subconscious, without thinking himself into doing so. Top-flight lecturers and show people have this quality persons like Danny Kaye and Johnny Carson are good transmitters. They hold their audiences because their conscious and subconscious (through the equilibrium system) transmit identical messages concurrently. The conscious message, of course, is vocal.
A person who is both a good transmitter and receiver has the capability of switching functions and attitudes instantaneously as necessary.
Our first step was to train two receivers . Two teenagers were chosen; a boy 15, and a girl 14. The training Involved using a third person (male, age 45) as transmitter. This person would transmit to any person anywhere (who would identify himself) and the person would transmit back, with the teenagers receiving the message. It was noted day by day that they would move the inverted glass over the communication alphabet faster and faster , unti I finally they could not move the glass as fast as they could detect what they received. At that point they discarded the glass and merely voiced the received message concurrently with reception of the message.
Through all of this training it was decided that authentication of the link was to be avoided. It was found that any attempt to authenticate usually resulted in jamming the link, and entered sufficient doubt in the mind of the receiver such as to seriously hamper his ability to receive. We discovered that complete faith in the success of the method is a requirement for successful training- both on the part of the receiver and transmitter.
At the end of a two-week training and practice Period It was decided that a closed-room, controlled factual link test ‘was in order. It was decided that the simplest information was to be utillized: card suits.
From a deck of cards, the four aces were removed. The Ace of Spades was discarded, as the spade in the center was large and ornamented. The deuce of spades was removed. The four cards then were placed face up, side by side, in 2- spade , A-heart, A-diamond, A-club order. The remainder of the deck (47 cards) was shuffled and placed face down . A 5″ x .7″ white card with a 1/2″ diameter hole cut in the center was used by the transmitter.to sight through at the upturned card face suit symbol to be transmitted.
The transmitter sat in the living room on a couch, with a card table in front of himself, with the cards arranged as described above. He faced the dining room, with the receiver sitting ~t the dining room table, about 12 feet away from the transmitter, with the back of the receiver facing directly toward the transmitter.
The transmitter would draw a card, mentally note the suit, and set the card down, face down. He ‘then would sight through the holed 5″ x 7″card at the suit symbol of the corresponding suit of the four face-up cards . His vision included only the whiteness of the 5″ x 7″ card, the hole in the card, the suit symbol, and the surrounding white area of the face-up card made visible by the hole-card . As soon as the transmitter established within himself that he was transmitting properly (excluding all other thoughts but the image o the card suit being observed), he said “now” . The time interval between drawing the card and “now” was usually 3 to 5 seconds . As soon as the transmitter said “now”, the receiver stated one word: the name of the suit being received.
By this method , 42 out of the 47 cards were transmitted and received correctly, the correct suit being stated correctly by the receiver on the first try. The 5 missed ones were analyzed by the transmitter to be errors on his part: he had allowed extraneous thoughts to clutter his transmission.
Each time an error was made, without knowledge of the receiver, the suit was retransmitted, making it appear as if a new card had been turned. On each of the 5 first-try errors, the second try was correct.
The Interesting fact about the second tri s was that the receiver knew they were second tries in spite of the efforts to mask the fact. It was realized afterward that the receiver should have known in spite of whatever masking attempts were made.
A simplification of the odds for 42 out of 47 Successes would be that the odds in favor of the successes would be 1 out of 4(42).
So, it would appear that there is a communication link which is capable of transmission and reception of at least simple factual information. ln this case, there were 5 errors out of 47 bits (10.6%), which is well within known error correction techniques.
The degree of authentication by this technique lends some credence to the reception of messages from sources on an instantaneous basis which should have involved from minutes to mega years delay, for it was the daily practice with links at light-minutes to light-years range which developed the capability of the receiver to receive factual information and read it out consciously.
In all of man’s experience in physics, engineering, and psychology, the propagation velocity of a gravitational field has never been determined; nor has it been determined as to what generates the field. It could be (although it may not be) instantaneous. In all of man’s experience in. physics, engineering, and psychology, never has he encountered any proven instantaneous phenomena.”
This document then goes on to say:
“It should be stressed that in mind-to-mind communications, most links attempting to deal with factual information fail. It appears that if one end of the link is regarded as the interrogator and the other the responder, the responder often responds to interrogations with a wishfully true answer rather than a factual one. It has been found that the mind-to-mind link is loaded with wishful thoughts and jamming influences such as pretenders, impostors, interrupters, kidders, and just plain liars.
If this type of communication is to be utilized , it will need much refinement over the present mode of utilization (mind-to-mind). It can be expected that with controlled transmissions and receptions, the transmitter (and interrogator) will be authenticatable as much as they are in presently used electromagnetic systems; and reception will afford much higher selectivity, and will be less subject to broad spectrum jamming.”
The documents then go on to describe telepathic communications with beings:
“SOME COMMUNICATION SAMPLES:
In communicating with many sources at many different ranges, a variety of topics was covered which could fill pages on subjects from sociology, government, economics, warfare, crime, and medicine to engineering and science.
A very few of the communications dealt with space ships, their operation, and their construction. Most of those contacted were reluctant to talk about these subjects. The few times we were able to enter communications with anyone willing to discuss any mathematics involved In space- propulsion, the I ink was unmercifully jammed by unknowns, indicating that there are those who deem it our task to find our own solutions.
Some of the more interesting communications are summed here:
One source who stated that he was from another universe discoursed quite freely about their space ships and space travel. It was made quite clear that he did not mean another galaxy or super-galaxy. He stated that he knew of our planet and had been by several times, never having landed. He stated that it took about 5 of our days to travel here from his universe, using normal cruise speeds; that with top speed it could be accomplished in 3 days.
He stated that the rotor (propeller) in the ship is about 3 feet In diameter , with 4 arms, and flattened tear-drop shaped magnets at the end of each arm. (It could have been that he meant high permeability material rather than permanent magnets . ) He further stated that advanced ships accomplish the sane thrust with 2-foot diameter rotors. The rotor arms are hollow, with rods going to the magnets, and a pitch control mechanism rotating the magnets. The magnets change pitch with rotation of the control mechanism in the rods. Acceleration and speed of the ship were controlled solely by pitch control of the magnets.
Many different sources talked about their metallurgy. In the main. It was within our knowledge. There was one source, however, which talked about a totally different concept of metallurgy. He stated that they made their own atoms, constructing them concentrically. It had to be accomplished on planets or moons without radiation belts, with great “guns” firing the atoms at an accumulator. Through making concentric atoms they can construct extremely light metals with an excel lent balance of strength, malleability, and brittleness by virtue of being able to construct the central atom with far fewer neutrons than normally required for the total number of protons in both
the outer and inner atoms.
Through this method, it was stated, they are able to make absolutely pure light metals with higher tens! le strength and less brittle than we ever could through any alloy making methods we have. He also stated that their mother ships while in space manufacture oxygen and nitrogen atoms from particles gathered In space; are totally self-sufficient and never need to land.”
“SOME SECOND ORDER UNEXPLAINED COMMUNICATIONS
In many samples of communicating with unauthenticatable sources, It was apparent that it is possible to communicate with persons who have deceased. The length of time elapsed since death seems to have no bearing on the ability to communicate.
It appears possible for that portion of a person which survives after death to travel in time, for such as the case in many communications. Some vivid descriptions of past events were given t through this means.
Perhaps the most significant cause for pursuing this aspect of communications was the strong indication of an entirely new. concept in particle physics, if indeed we live In a particle-based universe. The closest approach this writer has seen toward a rational analysis is in Terletskii: “Paradoxes in the Theory of Relativity”.”
“The point which became most significant to us who were training the teenage subjects was that their unique factual proficiency resulted from unquestioning practice in communicating with sources claiming to be multi-millions of light years away, with no discernible time delay
Communication with distant unauthenticatable sources, although always accomplished in English, almost without exception provided an interesting facet in language. All sources, of any distance and age, preferred and attempted to communicate using the Greek alphabet symbols, both capital and small letters. The symbols represent phrases which are “rephrasable” as applied within different contexts, and apparently represent a universal language, which is best termed as prehistoric Mayan. The vestiges of this language are apparent in Polynesian tongues, American Indian, Eskimo, Yakut (spoken by the Oriental.
I. The development of mind-to-mind communications as a means of study of the gravitational phenomena is practicable within social and business limitations only to a certain point; that point has been reached. Further development is possible, i.e., to a point of vocal real-time readout and near-1OO% factual reliability; however, it would require a real isolation from society and business associations, and a basic research philosophy; the persons involved also would require training of their families in order to maintain the gains realized during company training.
2. Were probability theory employed, it is this writer’s estimation that it would show gravity fields to be;
1) the most likely basis for mind-to-mind communications, and
2) the most likely means for satisfying the requirements of the ideal CNI System.
3. Were a gravity-CNI System developed, it would automatically offer a gravitational field propulsion system as a by-product.
4. This dissertation is at best a qualitative and conceptual speculation concerning the possibility of technologically leapfrogging into the optimum CNI System, rather than slowly evolving into It through years of modification engineering.
Actuality can be reached only through sound, quantitative research and development. The highest probability approach for successful transition from concept to sound engineering would be through applied mathematics with a concurrent experimental program.
5. This writer Is of the opinion that a gravity-modulated CNI System is feasible in hardware, be it through infinitesimals or imaginary mass particles.”
From reading the documents it appears to me that the McDonnell Douglas research team concluded:
I. Established and tested for accurate ESP ability and over time trained two people in this technique to great effect.
II. They then went on to use these trainees to communicate with alleged life forms both dead and alive and form many millions of miles away.
III. That the team believed they could with training, time and social isolation, achieve a 100% factual and real time readout of communications using trained psychics.
IV. That the UFO propulsions and mind-to-mind communication may be linked.
Robert M Wood Ph.D
As promised earlier we would come back to one of the people in these documents – Robert (Bob) Wood Ph.D.
Robert Wood, PhD, has emerged as one of the leading researchers on the MJ-12 documents. He is a co-director of the Crash Retrieval Conference held annually in Las Vegas and now in its fifth year. Dr Wood’s 50+ years of contribution to extraterrestrial-related phenomena research extends well beyond the MJ-12 document. He has a Bachelor of Science in Aeronautical Engineering from the University of Colorado and a Ph.D. in physics from Cornell. He enjoyed a 43-year career at McDonnell Douglas managing research and development projects and has spent over thirty years privately investigating extraterrestrial related phenomena. He began research into the Majestic-12 Documents in 1995. Dr. Wood is considered a disclosure witness because he worked in a senior capacity as an aerospace engineer at McDonnell Douglas. In testimony provided to the Disclosure Project, he stated he was involved in a specific project at McDonnell Douglas to study the propulsion systems of UFOs. In addition, he confirms the existence of similar projects within the aerospace industry and gives his assessment of the extraterrestrial nature of the phenomenon.
In this video (Below) Dr Robert wood describes the project at McDonnell Douglas and his 50 years of UFO research.
Clearly McDonnell Douglas continued its interest in ESP, PSYCHIC and remote viewing – shown by these following document sources.
From the Star Gate CIA – remote Viewing archives – Oct, 1979 an article in the bulletin of the Parapsychological association stated:
McDonnell ESTABLISHES LABORATORY FOR PSYCHIC RESEARCH
A parapsychology centre as been established at Washington University, St. Louis, through the support of James S. McDonnell, Chairman of the McDonnell Douglas Corporation. Dr. Peter R. Phillips, Professor of Physics, has been appointed Director of the Laboratory.
In making the $500,000 grant which established the new psi facility, McDonnell said, “Man is approaching the evolutionary point where he is beginning to realize there is a possible merging of matter and mind, and a priority item for current scientific research is the understanding of human consciousness. The exploration of the deep inner space of humankind can challenge intellectually adventurous men and women for generations to come. From these explorations will surely come countless discoveries which in time can make possible human life at higher levels of health, happiness, and creativity.” McDonnell has a life-long interest in psi and is an Honorary Member of the PA.
Years later, McDonnell Douglas are mentioned numerous times in the official Star Gate FOIA documents released from the CIA on the subject of Remote Viewing. Douglas are mentioned as potential partners and researchers in the field of remote Viewing.
A later memo from the CIA Star Gate Remote Viewing archives, says:
14 May 1984 – MEMORANDUM FOR RECORD
SUBJECT: Trip Report, McDonnell Douglas Astronautics Company, 11 May 1984.
I met with LTC Buzbv and Mr. Atwater, McDonnell Douglas Astronautics Company (MDAC) Huntington Beach, California. The purpose of the meeting was to initiate discussions with MDAC in compliance with directives to seek out additional/alternate contractors to SRI- International (Incl 1).
MDAC had been recommended by CIA and DIA personnel familiar with CENTER LANE.
XXXXXXXX executed the required security indoctrination briefing statements and were provided a CENTER LANE Level 3 briefing. Discussions concerned MDAC’s development and implementation of a set of operant profiling strategies designed to determine the psychoenergetic capabilities of a selected individual.
By agreement MDAC will provide information on their psychoenergetic development capability in June 1984.
biographies attached hereto (Incl 2 & 3), are professional, highly competent and capable of providing CENTER LANE with much needed contractual support and academic insight. Their knowledge, coupled with the resources of MDAC will enable CENTER LANE to begin its recently expanded mission.
Also within the Star Gate archives is a small document detailing slides from an informal talk presented by Dr Bob Wood – McDonnell Douglas, 9 June, 1982. This details PSI, remote viewing and the connection to UFOS and about how real and valid each of these are.
What these papers and documents show is that McDonnell Douglas already had a head start years before remote Viewing was even created and that UFOs, back engineering of technology and the use of calibrated intuitive’s were actively being used to gather otherwise impossible to get, information as far back as the sixties and were also well on topic within McDonnell Douglas well into the 80s almost twenty years later.
Makes you wonder what these black project based companies know and can do today – doesn’t it?
The Douglas UFO Docs – attached pdf file [/fusion_builder_column][/fusion_builder_row][/fusion_builder_container]