911 hijacker Ziad Jarrah may have been identified in the 1980’S by military remote viewers.
A CIA Star Gate document, based upon input from four military sources, reveals that a pilot with a name similar to “Jerry, Gerard, or Geraldo” will “…fly to Washington D.C. with the mission of crashing into the US Capitol Building.”
The date of the document appears to be prior to “12 DEC 83.”
There are two copies of the same document in the CIA Star Gate Collection of released material. The Star Gate collection covers more than twenty years of government sponsored research into anomalous mental phenomena (AMP) information collection (RV – Remote Viewing) and perturbation (RP – Remote Perturbation).
The two documents of interest (they are identical, one is marked “confidential”) appear to be from 1983, as there is a notation that the target subject of the remote viewing data (pilot) is “…not in the country as of 12 Dec 83.”
This document is of interest primarily for two reasons:
There is the prediction of an event:
An aircraft will “…fly to Washington, D.C. with the mission of crashing into the US Capitol building…”
There is possible identification of the pilot:
The pilot, “…not in the country as of 12 Dec 83, foreign, perhaps Iranian, speaks English and perhaps French… Name may be or sound like Jerry, Gerard, or Geraldo…”
The remaining information, as presented in this document, appears at first glance to be seriously wrong. Starstream has discovered that removal of contextual overlay reveals interesting correlations to 911 events, including the identification of New York and New Jersey.
The art of remote viewing is far from being an exact science. There is a signal to noise ratio involved, and errors are to be expected. There is the extraordinary distance in space-time from 1983 to 2001. More importantly, the original data presented by the “four different sources” is not available. What is presented in the document appears to be an analytical summary and interpretation of the raw data provided by the viewers. The methodology used by the viewers is not known.
Keywords and concepts from the original document can be mapped to the assumed target event: the failed attack on Washington during the 911 terrorist events of 9-11-2001. The terrorist pilot on United Flight 93 was Ziad Jarrah (also sometimes spelled Jarrahi), a name that might be considered to “…sound like Jerry Gerard, or Geraldo.” Jarrah, a foreigner from Lebanon, was not Iranian, however at least one passenger identified the terrorists as possibly Iranian. Jarrah was of Middle Eastern origin and spoke both English and French.
It should be noted that according to the document “This information was produced unofficially and is unconfirmed.”
Notes added on 8-17-05:
From Paul H. Smith’s “Reading the Enemy’s Mind”:
Smith writes that he was among the second group of INSCOM people to get RAPT’ed sometime around Dec. 2, 1983. See page 143.
Thursday Dec. 8th, 1983 Future 15
“…we were to try to perceive events occurring over the next two years.”
INSCOM RAPT Gateway Experience Precognition Session, ~ Dec 9th, 1983
Page 150-151 tells the story of a special future oriented remote viewing group session at the Monroe Institute.
Smith mentions being tasked against a specific target:
“Will there be a terrorist attack against government facilities in the Washington, D.C. area in next few months?”
“Where will the next terrorist attack take place?”
“When will the next attack take place?”
Papers with the impressions were handed in, and according to Smith “…we never heard about it to my recollection.”
Preliminary Results CIA STAR GATE Documents:
Gary S Bekkum