The First Remote Viewing Experiment—Documented

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Treasures from the University of West Georgia’s collection of the
private papers of Ingo Swann

The research for Ashton Gray’s book Watergate: The Hoax involved more than a dozen researchers whose contributions over the course of nearly two decades accumulated into a massive database—searchable, and sortable by date—of over 13,000 entries.

At the outset of the research, no one could have guessed that the investigations would lead them to the Central Intelligence Agency’s “remote viewing” program, which began the same year as Watergate: 1972. But it did. And that track of research ultimately led a seasoned researcher off on a trip to the University of West Georgia to review the permanent collection of private papers of Scientology OT VII Ingo Swann, accompanied on the quest by a volunteer research associate: a teacher named Meredith Wilson.

In the university’s research room, the curator of the collection brought them box after box of original, one-of-a-kind documents, a treasure trove of gems of information found nowhere else in the world. Many of those documents are cited in Watergate: The Hoax, supplying crucial pieces that had been missing from all previous literature on Watergate and the CIA’s remove viewing program.

One of those invaluable gems was a startling find: documentation of the very first, ever, experiment in “remote viewing,” conducted with Ingo Swann by Dr. Janet Mitchell at the American Society of Psychical Research (ASPR) in New York City. In fact, it is the experiment that caused Ingo Swann to coin the term “remote viewing.” Swann had said in several autobiographical works that he had coined the term on December 8, 1971, after this experiment of the same date, and other authors have discussed the fact, but there has been no known contemporaneous record of the event—until now.

The University of West Georgia did not allow photocopying of the papers, but kindly gave permission to the researchers to take photos of important papers with their phones, and to make limited use of such images for historical and educational purposes. Given the historic importance of these two pages of documents, we feel an obligation—and an honor—to present them here for the public good.

A note about the two pages below: Although the experiment took place on December 8, 1971, Swann’s monitor who was conducting the experiment, Dr. Janet Mitchell, wrote up her notes about it several days later, after checking several newspapers to verify Swann’s results, and after another experiment she mentions that took place on December 11, 1971. Her write-up is on different paper that was glued onto two different sheets of paper with page numbers 71 and 72—part of a historical account that had been compiled, found among the collection. That’s why her report has a different shade in the black-and-white images. Here are the photos taken of the documents at the university:

 

Here is a text transcript of those two pages:

[page number] 71

FIRST INFORMAL LONG-DISTANCE REMOTE VIEWING EXPERIMENT AT THE AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR PSYCHICAL RESEARCH.
J. Mitchell and I. Swann, 8 December 1971.

The following report is informal, and should be considered an example of a spontaneous task that took place while waiting instrumentation alignments for formal experiments that were in progress at the ASPR.

In view of subsequent controlled long-distance remote viewing experiments at Stanford Research Institute, however, this first impromptu feat is provided for the record.

[Janet Mitchell report glued to document pages]:

Ingo Swann – 12/8/71

At the 13th minute on this record Ingo reported over the intercom that he was going to Arizona. He goes out there often.

He then said it was cloudy and cold over Tucson. Using this infor mation as a sort of target, I checked out the weather in Tucsdn for that day.

N.Y. Times, Dec. 9, 1971, p. 93 – Weather is reported for a 24-hour period from 7PM on Dec. 7th to 7PM on Dec. 8th. The high for Tucson was 3 8 degrees. The low was 30 degrees. Precipitation at .68. General condition was cloudy.

N.Y. Times, Dec. 8, 1971, p. 110 – Report from 7PM Dec. 6th to 7PM Dec. 7th for Tucson. High – 54, Low – 42, Precipitation – .02, General Condition – Cloudy.

[page number] 72

As you can see, it was definitely cold and cloudy over Tucson on Dec. 8, 1971. So, Ingo is getting information about the target box in the room correct and weather conditions as far as 3,000 miles away correct.

Minutes 2 & 3 when Ingo was looking in the box show less beta and more theta: 38-10-13, 36-07-19

Minutes 13 & 14 when Ingo was in Arizona more beta and less theta: 47-09-06, 49-06-07

This finding is not consistent on other records – see 12/11, Minute 3 and 11/24 for both box and Arizona readings.

As one more note: A host of people who are hopelessly ignorant of the facts, and apparently want to remain that way, have stridently claimed all over the Internet that Ingo Swann’s abilities had nothing to do with Scientology. Those people will absolutely hate this image below, and will try to wish it out of existence, but it is from a carbon copy Swann saved of a letter he wrote to L. Ron Hubbard on July 6, 1972—one month to the day after Swann’s famous incident when he affected the sealed magnetometer in the Varian Hall of Physics at Stanford University. Swann addressed the letter to Hubbard “Via A. Maren,” who was Artie Maren, then in Scientology’s Guardian’s Office in Los Angeles. In the letter, Swann is discussing his successes in the fields of parapsychology, when he says this:

The text of the relevant highlighted portion:

Nothing I can do, which includes the ability of precise communication through and up to various OT phenomena, could have been possible in the controlled state without your genius and the training and auditing which I have undertaken in Scientology.

—Ingo Swann to L. Ron Hubbard, July 6, 1972

At the time of this writing, no other investigative report or book has cited, quoted, or made use of this extraordinary collection of documents—except for Ashton Gray’s Watergate: The Hoax. Chalet Books is proud to be associated with this groundbreaking work, and honored to be able to present these historic facts to the world.

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Watergate: The Hoax—CENSORED by the Education Forum!

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In an absolutely stunning turn of events, we have learned that a major worldwide forum—known, ironically, as the Education Forum—has stealthily censored, by deleting, an excerpt from our landmark book by Ashton Gray, Watergate: The Hoax.

On 14 January 2016, author Ashton Gray had posted an excerpt from Chapter 1, “Invisible Contracts,” in the Watergate section of the forum, which is in the category called Controversial Issues in History. A little over two weeks later, on 31 Mr. Gray got a private message from one of the administrators of the forum, James R. Gordon, suspending Mr. Gray’s posting privileges, claiming that it was “likely legal action may well be taken against” Mr. Gray “by a fellow member”—but with absolutely no reason for any such claim of “legal action,” and no identification of the mysterious “fellow member” of the Education Forum threatening any such legal action.

Less than an hour later, Ashton Gray responded:

James,

Thank you for your message.

The fact that someone has claimed to you that they have a “likely” cause of legal action against me, with no specifics, and that you have communicated that to unspecified “administrators,” and that you have taken action to my detriment as a result, unfortunately makes you a party to whatever arises from this defamation.

I therefore have to respectfully request that you supply to me at your earliest possible opportunity:

1. The name and contact information of the person claiming to have a cause of action.

2. All written communication related to this defamation.

3. The names and contact information of each other person to whom this defamation has been spread.

4. An address for you for possible service of process.

Kind regards,

Ashton

Within only a few hours, James Gordon wrote back to back-peddle, saying that the administrators may have placed Mr. Gray “at a disadvantage,” and that Gordon was going to “take counsel on this whole issue.” Meanwhile, he restored Mr. Gray’s posting privileges—but he refused to tell Mr. Gray the name of the person who had threatened legal action in the first place. All he would say was that the complaint had come to him “in a PM [private message],” adding this curious note: “it should not take you long to work out who it is.” Not long indeed…

Douglas “Ragtop” Caddy and the Mysterious Disappearing Excerpt

Recently one of our researchers went to find the excerpt from Watergate: The Hoax that Mr. Gray had posted to the Education Forum on 14 January 2016 that is about a man named Douglas Caddy. Caddy was the attorney who “gratuitously” (according to the FBI) showed up to represent the Watergate burglars when they were arrested on 17 June 1972. Naturally, Caddy looms large in the book, and the excerpt about him from Chapter 1 contains crucial information, much of it never collected in one place. But when our research went to the Eduction Forum to find it…

The excerpt had disappeared! Someone at the Education Forum CENSORED the excerpt by quietly DELETING IT, and never told Mr. Gray, or anybody at Chalet Books!

This isn’t the act of “educators;” this is the act of dictators and totalitarians! Who are they protecting? What are they trying to hide? You can decide for yourself, because here is the exact excerpt from Watergate: The Hoax that THE EDUCATION FORUM CENSORED:

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Douglas “Ragtop” Caddy must have been stone blind to invisible contracts, even though they were flapping all around him, and he seems to have had more than a few of his own. On the morning of the arrests of five men in the Watergate—James McCord, Bernard Barker, Frank Sturgis, Virgilio Gonzales, and Eugenio Martinez—Caddy popped up at the jail like a Jack-in-the-box saying he was there to represent them, and nobody could figure out how he got there or why. The FBI files on Watergate contain no fewer than 10 instances of the following statement or some variation of it, always containing the word “gratuitously”:

Michael Douglas Caddy, also known as Douglas Caddy, is an Attorney at Law having offices at 1250 Connecticut Avenue, N.W., Washington, D. C., and is associated with the law firm Gall, Lane, Powell, and Kilcullen. Caddy gratuitously appeared at the Metropolitan Police Department where subjects were taken after being arrested and claimed to represent them. Prior to Caddy’s arrival, none of the subjects made any phone calls which might have precipitated his appearance.25

Perhaps the initial representation of the five Watergate suspects constitutes one of the most invisible contracts of all. Although the FBI reported that Caddy “claimed to represent them” and the Washington Post described Caddy as “one of the attorneys for the five men,” Caddy had no experience at all in criminal cases. He had brought a criminal lawyer named Joseph Rafferty along with him to the D.C. Metropolitan Police Department that day. Rafferty later told the FBI that Caddy had “asked him to defend the five subjects involved in a break-in at the Watergate.” To further cloud the issue, Caddy later was declared in contempt of court for refusing to answer a set of questions before the Watergate grand jury, but the reason he gave was an attorney-client relationship with E. Howard Hunt—not with the original Watergate Five. [More about Caddy, Rafferty, and the events surrounding the arrests is covered in Part IV, “The Break-in That Was.” —Ed.]

Before Caddy gained notoriety as the first attorney associated in the media with the Watergate suspects, he had spent close to four years in the offices of Governor Nelson Rockefeller in New York, from 1962 to 1966. This is the very same Nelson Rockefeller who would become Vice President of the United States under Gerald Ford just a few years later, when Nixon was cut off at the knees by Watergate. It is the same Nelson Rockefeller who later would chair a committee specifically empanelled to investigate “CIA Activities Within the United States,” but who somehow would manage to miss the three Scientology OTs that the CIA had under contract in the United States—and under Rockefeller’s nose—to develop the parapsychology program later called “remote viewing.” Yes, that Nelson Rockefeller.

Caddy technically worked for Nelson Rockefeller’s lieutenant governor, Malcolm Wilson, but they all were in the same townhouse, which was owned by Nelson Rockefeller and housed his office as governor. In 1966 Caddy went from the Rockefeller clan to the General Foods Corporation, and in late 1969 that firm sent him to work in the Washington, D.C., offices of the Robert R. Mullen Company. That company name may sound familiar.

Caddy served at Mullen as public relations liaison for General Foods, and though he worked at the Mullen offices, his contract with Mullen was invisible: “At no time was I ever on the payroll of the Mullen Company. I was exclusively employed by General Foods.”26

Caddy has since “concluded that General Foods knew the Mullen Company was a CIA front and that General Foods cooperated with the cover operation.”27 He has gone so far as to say: “The Mullen Company had been incorporated by the CIA in 1959 and served as a front for the intelligence agency. The Mullen Company offices around the world were in fact operations of the CIA and General Foods was aware of this and a participant in the overall intelligence scheme.”28 Yet Caddy claims that he just had no idea that he was completely surrounded by CIA spooks when he was at Mullen, or that Robert Mullen’s company was a CIA front.

It’s certainly rational to wonder why CIA-savvy General Foods, working with CIA-front company Mullen in furtherance of CIA aims and operations, would send a CIA-ignorant innocent into the D.C. lion’s den. But “Ragtop” Caddy may be the most CIA-involved non-CIA rube ever, at least to hear him tell it—a latter-day Pantagleize who stumbles and bumbles, all unawares, from one CIA connection to another, up to his unplucked eyebrows in dirty doings, but utterly innocent and naive, being used and abused by these unscrupulous covert intelligence operatives that he just can’t seem to get away from.

For instance, in the “late 1950s and early 1960s,” Caddy had “worked closely with” William F. Buckley, Jr.—that’s “former” CIA agent William F. Buckley, Jr., who had been an agent under the direction of E. Howard Hunt in Mexico City during the 1950s. What a cozy little group. But Caddy insists that he “did not know” about Buckley having been a CIA agent until Hunt told him in 1970 at Mullen. Of course, that would mean that Hunt had no problem offhandedly giving up the identity of CIA agents to a casual non-CIA business acquaintance. Naturally.

Caddy’s connection with Buckley purportedly came about because Caddy had been a founding member of the Young Americans for Freedom (YAF), an organization that Buckley championed. One indication of Caddy’s character—a phrase that may ultimately gain infamy as an oxymoron—is embodied in a smash-and-grab related to YAF that author John A. Andrew III has labeled “The Douglas Caddy Affair.”

In early July [1962], Caddy, [William] Cotter, and another individual (“a big guy”) barged into the YAF offices, overpowered the two YAFers on duty, and made off with the general membership list, the general ledger, and a list of four or five thousand financial contributors to YAF. Caddy apparently photocopied them at his Chamber of Commerce offices, returning the originals to YAF a few days later. Robert Bauman threatened Caddy with a felony prosecution, and Caddy turned over the copies to YAF. He was then fired by the Chamber of Commerce.29

It must have been either a matter of Providence or a matter of the Central Intelligence Agency that Caddy got slid over from the Rockefeller offices first to CIA handmaiden General Foods, then got injected directly into the CIA front Mullen Company just months before Hunt got placed there. However either of them got there, Caddy claims that Robert Mullen called both Caddy and Hunt into his office one day after Hunt had been there “a few months.” According to Caddy’s account:

I first met Howard Hunt in 1970 . . . The occasion of our first meeting was Howard’s coming on board as an employee at the Robert Mullen & Company upon his “retiring” from the CIA.

. . . A few months [after] our initial meeting, Robert Mullen called us into his office and surprised us by saying that he desired to retire and wanted to sell the Mullen Company. He then asked if we would be interested in purchasing it.

. . . Then one day Mullen announced out of the blue that he had decided to sell his company to Robert Bennett, a Mormon who was the son of the senior U.S. Senator from Utah. What I came to learn years later was that Mullen, Bennett and Hunt knew something that had been kept from me, namely that the Mullen Company had been incorporated by the CIA in 1959 and served as a front for the intelligence agency. 30

That all sounds quite reasonable—except that in his 1974 autobiography, E. Howard Hunt claims that Robert Mullen talked to him about buying the company in an interview before Hunt left the CIA and took the job at Mullen. Although Caddy is mentioned by Hunt, there is nothing about Caddy having been present at Hunt’s second job interview with Mullen— and of course Caddy wouldn’t have been present:

During a second meeting Mullen told me that he was getting on in years, the company was comfortably established and he was casting about for younger successors to take over the management and direction of the firm. One of Mullen’s accounts was the General Foods Corporation, whose Washington representative, Douglas Caddy, worked out of the Mullen offices. According to Mullen, with Caddy, myself and an as-yet-unselected individual [emphasis added], Mullen would be able to retire, leaving the business in the hands of this successor triumvirate.31

One problem with that is that Hunt had already told a different story under oath to the ill-fated Nedzi Committee, testifying on Thursday, 28 June 1973:

During one of my earlier interviews with Mr. Mullen prior to my retirement from CIA, and again [sic] prior to my being hired by the Mullen Co., Mr. Mullen indicated to me he had been in the public relations business for a number of years, that he was getting on in years himself, that he looked forward to retirement, and he had developed a plan under which he wanted to take in younger blood into the firm. He had in mind three candidates who would form a triumvirate, take over the firm and operate it, and he would be, in effect, a retired emeritus director of the company; he indicated to me a young man there in the office, an attorney from the General Foods Co., Douglas Caddy, would be one; I would be the second; and Bob Bennett, son of the Senator, would be the third [emphasis added].32

Hunt’s use of the phrase “an as-yet-unselected individual” in his autobiography is downright weird when compared to his prior sworn testimony, and to the story told to the FBI by the man that Mullen ultimately sold the company to: CIA-chummy Robert “Bob” Bennett. Bennett told the FBI agents investigating Watergate that Mullen had offered him the opportunity to buy the company long before either Caddy or Hunt had arrived on the scene. He said the offer was made about “four years” before Watergate, which would have made it sometime around June 1968. Bennett had turned the opportunity down at the time, but apparently had held onto an exclusive option from Mullen—another invisible contract—to buy the company. Then in 1970, after Hunt had been hired, Mullen came back to Bennett about buying the firm, according to the FBI report about its interview with Bennett:

Mr. Bennett stated that Mr. Mullen arranged a luncheon meeting approximately [June 1970] to discuss the details of the purchase of the company. Mr. Bennett said that he was surprised when Douglas Caddy and Everette Howard Hunt appeared at the meeting with Mr. Mullen.

Mr. Mullen explained that Douglas Caddy and Everette Howard Hunt had expressed a desire to purchase a portion of the stock of the Robert R. Mullen and Company and he, Mr. Mullen, felt that they should all get together and discuss this issue. Mr. Bennett said that he did discuss this matter with Douglas Caddy and Everette Howard Hunt, but no conclusion was reached at this luncheon meeting.

. . . Bennett stated that subsequent to this meeting with Mullen, Caddy and Hunt, he exercised his original option [emphasis added] for the exclusive purchase of the Robert R. Mullen and Company and completed the negotiations for the purchase of the company with Mr. Mullen.33

No matter how anybody tells it, it’s impossible for anyone with a measurable IQ to conceive of Robert Mullen proposing any sale of his CIA front company to Caddy unless Caddy were fully in on the CIA involvement—as were Mullen, Bennett and Hunt—and unless the CIA had fully approved of such a transaction before the first word was whispered about it. (When Caddy was asked directly about this obvious point in a public forum in 2005, he did what Caddy does so well: he ignored the question.) Even Sarah Silverman isn’t stupid enough to fall for that one. (Okay; maybe she is.)

As Bennett continued his interview with the FBI, he gave a few more insights into Caddy’s “character”:

Mr. Bennett stated that during this period of negotiations for the purchase of the company, both the Robert R. Mullen Company and the General Foods Corporation found Douglas Caddy’s performance to be unacceptable and Mr. Caddy was released from his position [emphasis added] by the General Foods Corporation. Bennett stated that through a contact, Mr. Mullen arranged for Douglas Caddy to obtain a position as an attorney with the law firm Gall, Lane, Powell and Kilcullen, Suite 707, 1250 Connecticut Avenue, N.W., WDC. Mr. Bennett noted that Douglas Caddy had left the Robert R. Mullen and Company before he [Bennett] assumed the duties as President of the company.34

Caddy didn’t see it that way at all:

After meeting Bennett and finding him to be an extremely strange man who exuded duplicity I chose to leave [emphasis added] General Foods and went to work as an attorney with the Washington law firm of Gall, Lane, Powell and Kilcullen.35

And Hunt claimed in his autobiography that “Douglas Caddy resigned [emphasis added] from General Foods and left the Mullen & Company office in favor of practicing law.”

It’s a grand waste of time to attempt to figure out which one was lying, and there’s one simple explanation for all of these contradictions: It’s nothing but a scripted “story” that they all kept trying to tell, but they all were lying. That’s what intelligence operatives do daily, professionally: They lie. Most likely, there never was any other plan than for Caddy and Hunt to link up with each other, and with the CIA operatives Mullen and Bennett. One primary reason is that black intelligence operations in Europe were going to be crucial to Watergate, the hoax [see Part III, The Beginning], and Caddy was crucial to the U.S. side of the fraud, but he needed to be actively practicing law to play his role.

Once “Ragtop” Caddy had motored on down to Gall, Lane, Powell and Kilcullen, he curiously became personal attorney for CIA veteran E. Howard Hunt in 1971, a relationship he would be in right up through his contempt of court conviction. Later chapters will demonstrate that Caddy or Baldwin or Hunt—or all of them—lied about the way Caddy was contacted on the morning of the arrests at the Watergate, and how Bernard Barker factored into the convoluted conflicting stories.

Caddy has stipulated to having met with Hunt and CIA goon-squad leader Bernard Barker in mid June 1971 at the Army-Navy Club in D.C., at a crucial time leading up to Watergate—but Caddy later told the FBI that they’d only had “a very amiable conversation concerning their mutual views on politics.” Of course they did. Yet when Caddy rewrote himself on 6 February 2006, he told it a different way:

My meeting came about by Howard Hunt inviting me to join him for lunch at the Navy Club [sic] in Washington, D.C. When I arrived there, Hunt and Barker were already seated and Hunt made the introductions. I do not recall exactly what we discussed but it most likely was Barker’s role under Hunt in the ill-fated invasion of Cuba that took place under President Kennedy, who later came to believe that he had been misled and misadvised by the CIA on the matter.36

From “I do not recall,” Caddy’s memory came back to him with stunning clarity only a little more than four months after that memory failure episode, because on 15 June 2006 he wrote:

When I arrived Hunt was already there with his guest, Bernard Barker. Hunt made the introductions. The luncheon conversation was almost entirely consumed with Hunt and Barker recounting their involvement in the ill-fated Bay of Pigs invasion of Cuba.37

First, the meeting was chit-chat about shared views on politics. Then it was “I do not recall exactly what we discussed.” Then it was “almost consumed” with stories of the Bay of Pigs fiasco—when both Hunt and Barker had been working for the CIA. That is extraordinary if Caddy’s accounting of when the meeting took place is true, because nearly every conversation in D.C. around that time was “consumed” with the topic of The New York Times having just published the Pentagon Papers on 13 June 1971—leaked to them by one Daniel Ellsberg. And only a few months later, E. Howard Hunt and Bernard Barker would be involved in the infamous “break-in” at the offices in Beverly Hills, California, of Dr. Lewis J. Fielding, Ellsberg’s psychiatrist. That ultimately would launch Ellsberg into mythological hero status—with some very material help from the CIA. But according to Caddy, we’re to believe that Hunt invited him to the luncheon so Caddy could sit and listen to Hunt and Barker drone on and on about the Bay of Pigs, never mentioning Ellsberg or the Pentagon Papers. Right-o.

Despite his self-contradictory stories, Caddy has the dubious distinction of being the only person in all the annals of Watergate ever to put Bernard Barker in Washington, D.C., around this crucial time. Neither Hunt nor Barker ever breathed a word of it.

Caddy had another meeting with Hunt in about mid-March of 1972—but this time along with the general counsel for the CIA, Lawrence R. Houston (whose name Caddy misstates, probably intentionally, as “Larry Huston”). This meeting was only about three months before the Watergate arrests, and it is illuminative to consider the CIA’s own biographical sketch of Houston:

The position of General Counsel was established within the CIA in 1947, the same year that President Truman signed into law the National Security Act that created the CIA. The first CIA General Counsel was Lawrence R. Houston, who had served as Assistant General Counsel of the Office of Strategic Services (OSS); General Counsel of its War Department successor organization, the Strategic Services Unit; and General Counsel of the Central Intelligence Group (CIG). Houston was a principal draftsman of the legislative proposal to abolish the CIG and establish the CIA, which was incorporated into the legislation that became the National Security Act.

When the CIG was abolished by the National Security Act of 1947, all CIG personnel were transferred by law to the newly established CIA, where Houston continued to serve as General Counsel. Within the next three years, two other attorneys, Walter Pforzheimer and John S. Warner, joined Houston as Assistant General Counsels. Together all three attorneys helped to draft the legislation that became the CIA Act of 1949, which gave CIA special statutory authorities unique within the federal government.38

This was no CIA file clerk meeting with Caddy and Hunt; this was the architect of the CIA. He, along with Hunt, had been there at its very inception. One former assistant general counsel of the CIA, A. John Radsan, has called Houston “the ultimate intelligence insider.”39 That’s why it’s pointless to trot out here Caddy’s ridiculous “explanation” of what the meeting was about, just as in the case of his ridiculous “explanation” about the meeting with Hunt and Barker. The entire edifice of “Watergate” is built on the quicksand of just such wholly uncorroborated “explanations” of private meetings, all told by proven liars.

The relevant fact is that at the time of the meeting, Caddy was doing “volunteer” work for the Nixon campaign, part of which work just happened to involve reporting to G. Gordon Liddy to perform a number of “legal tasks.”40 Yes: G. Gordon Liddy, Hunt’s co-mastermind of Watergate, the one with the CIA “special clearances.” And just a few weeks later, as of 25 April 1972, Caddy would be doing more “volunteer” work that he says was “under John Dean’s direction” right up until the Watergate arrests.41 That’s the very John Dean who later will hide contents of E. Howard Hunt’s White House safe after the arrests, then give them to Acting Director of the FBI L. Patrick Gray, who will burn them.

“Ragtop” Caddy sure did get around, and the poor little man was just infested with CIA connections that he knew nothing about.

Caddy has said flat-out: “I have never been employed by the CIA or any other intelligence organization.” In the word-worminess of lawyers of Caddy’s ilk, that statement is almost certainly “true,” in one literal sense of not ever being on the payroll. In light of that, it’s worth considering testimony of the third Director of Central Intelligence, Roscoe H. Hillenkoetter, appearing before the Hoey Committee in the 1950s:

Hillenkoetter admitted that the CIA sometimes gave protection to homosexuals who came forward in exchange for their cooperation. “While this agency will never employ a homosexual on its rolls,” he insisted, “it might conceivably be necessary, and in the past has actually been valuable, to use known homosexuals as agents in the field.” The FBI had a similar policy of using and protecting homosexual informers. So while claiming homosexuals threatened national security, government officials also used them to protect it.42

At all times relevant to Watergate—and the parallel complex secret CIA plan to “appropriate” Scientology’s OT Levels—Douglas Caddy’s homosexuality was so under wraps that it led investigative author Jim Hougan to say in his landmark 1984 book, Secret Agenda, that “Caddy was about as conservative as they come, and there was no reason to suspect that he was anything but heterosexual.” Since then, Caddy has “come out,” and Hougan has publically corrected himself. But it also puts new light on something else Hougan said in that same book. General Paul Gaynor had been James McCord’s superior in the CIA as head of the Security Research Staff. According to Hougan:

A lifelong counterintelligence specialist, fascinated by the idea of a “Manchurian candidate,” General Gaynor was separately provided with this information [background checks] so that he might compare the names of new personnel and agents with dossiers in his legendary “fag file.” The file consisted of details concerning more than three hundred thousand Americans, mostly homosexuals, who had been arrested at one time or another for sexual offenses . . . Gaynor worked closely with the deputy chief of the Washington Police Department, Captain Roy E. Blick. According to every account, the late Captain Blick was sexually obsessed. A source for both J. Edgar Hoover’s FBI and the CIA under Allen Dulles and Richard Helms, Captain Blick maintained exhaustive files on the subject of sexual deviance, files that are said to have included the names of every prostitute, madam, pimp, homosexual, pederast, sado-masochist, and most points in between, of whatever nationality, who came to the attention of the police in the country’s capital.

When Douglas “Ragtop” Caddy came to Mullen in late 1969, was he listed in the Blick-Gaynor-McCord-Helms files? Had Caddy ever encountered New York’s “little CIA,” BOSSI, when he was in New York, but then had his record sheep-dipped by someone like John Caulfield or Tony Ulasewicz—the Tweedledee and Tweedledum who worked under the best friend the CIA and Hunt ever had, TweedleDean?

BOSSI alumnus John Caulfield became “a White House liaison with a variety of law enforcement agencies in the federal government” on Tuesday, 8 April 1969,43 mere months before Mr. Caddy came to Washington.

The very next day after Caulfield’s anointment, on Wednesday, 9 April 1969, an attorney in Miami, Florida, filed incorporation papers for a company called Ameritas, Inc., which would lie fallow for years, but would be revived by CIA stooge Bernard Barker in time to play a crucial role in Watergate during Memorial Day Weekend 1972.44

BOSSI alumnus Tony Ulasewicz got his invisible contract with Caulfield and the White House exactly one month after the creation of Ameritas, in the American Airlines VIP Lounge at LaGuardia Airport, on Friday, 9 May 1969.45

Within a few months, Douglas Caddy relocated from New York to D.C., arriving at the Mullen Company offices sometime late “in 1969.”

There was practically a blizzard of other invisible contracts in 1969. In March 1969, House Minority Leader Gerald Ford pulled strings for G. Gordon Liddy and got him appointed as Special Assistant to the Secretary of the Treasury for Enforcement. In that capacity, Liddy got a permit to carry a gun, and met John Dean. He also worked with Egil “Bud” Krogh during his Treasury stint, and, according to the FBI: “Liddy also worked directly with the CIA, had a secure telephone line directly to the CIA, and received CIA communications.”46 Around the same time period as Caddy’s arrival at Mullen, G. Gordon Liddy was granted “special clearances” by the CIA, in December 1969.47

In March 1969 Lieutenant General Robert Cushman—who had roomed in 1950 with E. Howard Hunt—was nominated to be the Deputy Director of CIA. (He will be replaced in 1972, at a crucial time in Watergate, by Vernon Walters, who both Cushman and Hunt had long been connected with.)

Also in March 1969, the U.S. Navy dispatched two ships of the Sixth Fleet to Corfu, Greece, the Fremont and Grand County, where they set up sentry posts around the Scientology flagship Apollo, ultimately resulting in the ship being driven out of Greece and ending up in Morocco—where founder L. Ron Hubbard would later disappear, on or around Memorial Day Weekend 1972.

In June of 1969, Hubbard wrote: “Nelson Rockefeller finances and pushes forward the totalitarian idea of population control by psychiatry, and his foundations try to shove us around. In the news he and his family interests are under heavy attack in South America.”

On 19 June 1969, Carl M. Shoffler was officially released from over four years of military service, during which time he had served in Vietnam, and also had served in the Army Security Agency at Vint Hill Farm Station in Virginia, a top-secret installation of the NSA. Shoffler joined the Metropolitan Police Department in Washington, D.C., and later would be the lead arresting officer at the Watergate on 17 June 1972, having lurked around for more than two hours after his shift ended, waiting for the call.

In 1969, Hal Puthoff was still with the NSA, in Naval Intelligence—at least as far as anybody can tell, since Puthoff ain’t telling—and was already worming his way into Scientology toward the secret OT Levels.

In August 1969, a Navy Lieutenant with Top Secret clearances named Bob Woodward had voluntarily extended his service to take a position on the staff of the Chief of Naval Operations, Admiral Moorer. That’s the Woodward of “Woodstein” fame who later would feed the world the “Official Story” of Watergate, laying all the blame on “All the President’s Men”—except, of course, the CIA. In Woodward’s work with Moorer, he “reviewed the raw traffic that flowed into and out of the CNO’s office to and from the fleet, the CIA and the NSA, the State Department, and the NSC [National Security Council].”

On the NSC in 1969 was one David Young, serving as special administrative assistant to National Security Advisor Henry Kissinger. (Young would soon go on to work with Krogh, Hunt and Liddy in the “White House Plumbers” group, in 1971, after Daniel Ellsberg leaked the Pentagon Papers. Nobody in the White House Plumbers would ever plug a single leak.)

By 29 September 1969, Ingo Swann had become Scientology Clear #2231—and somehow had gotten clearance to register for and complete Scientology’s secret OT Level I.

On Wednesday, 1 October 1969—exactly three years to the day before the CIA would issue its secret contract to seize Hubbard’s OT Levels—Daniel Ellsberg went to the small advertising firm of a friend of his, Linda Sinay, and started the mammoth task of illegally copying the 7,000+ pages of the McNamara Report that had been entrusted to him, later known colloquially as the Pentagon Papers.

In 1969 Eugenio Martinez was put on a regular monthly retainer by the CIA.

Slowly, inexorably, the people who would become the cast of Watergate were being moved into position, almost like pieces on a giant living chessboard being moved by an unseen hand. (It probably would not be productive to carry the analogy far enough to speculate what piece Douglas Caddy might have been.)

25 FBI Report of 21 July 1972, from Acting Director, FBI, to The Attorney General.
26 Douglas Caddy post in the Education Forum, “Questions for Douglas Caddy,” retrieved 20 February 2014, http://educationforum.ipbhost.com/index.php?showtopic=5892#entry52276
27 Ibid.
28 Douglas Caddy post in the Education Forum, “Introduction to St. John Hunt’s Book,” retrieved 20 February 2014, http://educationforum.ipbhost.com/index.php?showtopic=19747#entry263645
29 Andrew III, John A. The Other Side of the Sixties. New Brunswick, New Jersey: Rutgers University Press, 1997.
30 Douglas Caddy post in the Education Forum, “Introduction to St. John Hunt’s Book,” retrieved 20 February 2014, http://educationforum.ipbhost.com/index.php?showtopic=19747#entry263645
31 Hunt, E. Howard. Undercover: Memoirs of an American Secret Agent. New York: Berkley Publishing Corporation, 1974.
32 The Special Subcommittee on Intelligence of The Committee on Armed Services, Inquiry Into the Alleged Involvement of The Central Intelligence Agency in the Watergate and Ellsberg Matters, House of Representatives, 94th Congress, H.A.S.C. No. 94-4 (1974)
33 FBI Report of interview conducted 21 June 1972 with Robert F Bennett by SAs Donald E. Stukey, II and John W. Minderman, Washington, D.C., File # WFO 139-166 [handwritten: -205]
34 Ibid.
35 Caddy, Douglas. “Introduction to St. John Hunt’s Book.” The Education Forum—Controversial Issues in History—JFK Assassination Debate. November 30, 2012. Accessed June 15, 2013. http://educationforum.ipbhost.com/index.php?showtopic=19747.
36 Caddy, Douglas. “Questions for Douglas Caddy.” The Education Forum—Controversial Issues in History—JFK Assassination Debate. February 6, 2006. Accessed May 13, 2013. http://educationforum.ipbhost.com/index.php?s=4f987276525762e7e31a500f279940e4&showtopic=5892&page=3# entry53760.
37 Caddy, Douglas. “Douglas Caddy, Hunt, Liddy, Mullen, and the CIA.” The Education Forum— Controversial Issues in History—Watergate. June 15, 2006. Accessed May 13, 2013. http://educationforum.ipbhost.com/index.php?showtopic=7079#entry65509.
38 “Offices of CIA—General Counsel—History of the Office.” Central Intelligence Agency. May 22, 2014. Accessed June 29, 2015. https://www.cia.gov/offices-of-cia/general-counsel/agencypage.2007-03- 26.1987163356.html.
39 Radsan, A. John. “Sed Quis Custodiet Ipsos Custodes: The CIA’s Office of General Counsel?” Journal of National Security Law & Policy 2, no. 201 (2008): 201-255. Accessed 2015. http://jnslp.com/wp- content/uploads/2010/08/01_Radsan-Master-09_11_08.pdf.
40 Caddy, Douglas. “Gay Bashing and Watergate.” Advocate.com, 1 August 2005
41 Caddy, Douglas. “Memoir on Being Original Attorney for the Watergate Seven.” The Education Forum. November 18, 2014. Accessed January 6, 2015.
42 Johnson, David K. The Lavender Scare: The Cold War Persecution of Gays and Lesbians in the Federal Government. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2004.
43 Presidential Campaign Activities of 1972, Senate Resolution 60, Hearings Before the Select Committee on Presidential Campaign Activities of the United States Senate, Ninety-Third Congress, First Session, Watergate and Related Activities, Phase I: Watergate Investigation, Book 1, 93rd Cong. (1973) (Testimony of John Caulfield)
44 FBI Teletype of 23 June 1972.
45 Ulasewicz, Tony, and Stuart A. McKeever. The President’s Private Eye. Westport, Connecticut: MACSAM Publishing Company, 1990.
46 FBI Report of 17 July 1972 by SAs James W Hoffman and James R. Pledger, Washington, D.C., File # WFO 139-166
47 Testimony of witnesses: hearings before the Committee on the Judiciary, House of Representatives, Ninety-third congress, second session, pursuant to H. Res. 803, a resolution authorizing and directing the Committee on the Judiciary to investigate whether sufficient grounds exists for the House of Representatives to exercise its constitutional power to impeach Richard M. Nixon, President of the United States of America, Book III, 93rd Cong. (1974)

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Rave reviews keep coming in for Watergate: The Hoax, by Ashton Gray—as heard about on “Coast to Coast AM” and on “House of Mystery” talk radio shows. Now on sale at AmazoniBooks, Barnes & Noble, and other fine book retailers. Here are a few of the reviews from Amazon:

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I can’t recommend this brilliant work highly enough. Ashton Gray has proven beyond a shadow of a doubt that Watergate was a hoax perpetrated by the CIA. The entire spectacle was designed to mask what the CIA was really doing at the time, which was taking down L. Ron Hubbard and Scientology. I am not a scientologist, but I am a researcher into mind control technology and CIA crimes. Hubbard’s work was driven by his understanding that all humans have the inherent, but suppressed ability to vastly expand consciousness, and he was developing technologies to assist humanity in realizing this potential. Our government was very interested in using this technology for espionage and other nefarious purposes, but Hubbard steadfastly refused to allow that to happen, so he had to be taken down.

The real importance of this monumental work goes far beyond the tragedy of Watergate, and the many lives that were ruined by that hoax. This is the best book I’ve ever read about the CIA. It is vital that the American public understand the criminality and psychopathology of the CIA and the entire intelligence apparatus of our government and governments around the world. People need to understand Operation Mockingbird, and the takeover of most major media by the intelligence Hydra. The lies and hoaxes continue and can be viewed nightly on the evening news. This beast is winning the war against the American mind, and time is running short. Buy this book, read it, weep, then do something. Tell everyone you care about what is happening to our once great nation. Tell them about Ashton Gray’s magisterial work and shout it from the rooftops.

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What an astounding book!

Watergate was a hoax. The facts in this book are clearly laid out in orderly and specific fashion. There are No generalities to skip over poor research. Daniel Ellsberg was involved.

The target was L. Ron Hubbard.

Too many facts to be denied.

The author quotes William Casey of CIA: “We’ll know our disinformation program is complete when everything the American public believes is false.”

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This is a stunning work that goes into great detail to make its case. It is not so much a book to read as it is a history to study making notes, drawing schematics to connect the players and their interests and timelines to appreciate the chronology of events.

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Excerpt, Chapter 19 “Tangier, Morocco: The Real Watergate”

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This is an excerpt from the book Watergate: The Hoax, by Ashton Gray, now on sale at AmazoniBooks, Barnes & Noble, and other fine book retailers. This is Chapter 19, “Tangier, Morocco: The Real Watergate”:

“Watergate” is a code word.
William E. Colby, Director of Central Intelligence

The CIA . . . they’re supposed to tell the embassy everything.
Stuart W. Rockwell, alleged diplomat, “Appeaser of Islam”

If a title could be given to Stuart W. Rockwell to summate his career, it should be “Appeaser of Islam.” At the time the Sea Org arrived at the island of Corfu, Greece, in August 1968, Rockwell was the US State Department’s Deputy Assistant Secretary, Near East Affairs. The Near East Affairs desk covered Greece, Turkey, Cyprus, and Iran, so Rockwell was heavily vested in Greek affairs.

Across the Potomac from the State Department, at CIA Langley headquarters, E. Howard Hunt was in charge of dirty deeds in Europe as Chief of European Covert Operations. The CIA’s European Division included Greece and Turkey, so Hunt and Rockwell were joined at the hip in facing this new development of Hubbard having turned up at Corfu with his fleet of ships.

As part of the “special relationship,” Hunt and Rockwell had another roach-in-a-suit scurrying around on the island, his antennae almost tied in a knot with self-important prejudice and loquacious loathing of Hubbard and the arriving Scientologists. His name was Major John Forte, and playing quietly was not his forte. He supposedly was the “honorary British vice-consul” on Corfu—whatever that meant—and he soon reported to Britain’s Foreign Office the arrival of “the “sinister Scientology ship.”

In late August or early September 1968 (sources differ), the British Home Office sent Forte strutting pompously off on an errand to the Royal Scotman to hand-deliver a message to L. Ron Hubbard that Hubbard was persona non grata in England. What this had to do with Hubbard being in Greece is a roach-mind sort of conundrum, so don’t try to make sense of it, but there is no doubt that the Home Office was jerking on the ends of strings being pulled by MI6, causing Forte to jerk on the end of his strings, and so go to the ship to be a jerk. That, it seems, was his forte.

It did him no good. He had to hand over the letter to the ship’s supercargo, who met him at the gangplank, and weeks later Forte got a response saying that Mr. Hubbard was away on an excursion and not on the ship.

Meanwhile, on the other side of the world, CIA psychiatrist Max Fink was Professor of Psychiatry at New York Medical College, and was busy setting up the first electroshock facilities there. Fink had been given a grant by the National Institute of Mental Health for funds “to compare unilateral vs. bilateral” electric jolts to people’s brains, “as well as multiple treatments in one session vs. single treatments in a series.” Oh, those crazy fun shrinks, calling shuddering electric jolts “treatments.” Fink also was heavily involved in CIA drug experiments on unwitting patients at the time, which included:

A. Fenfluramine
B. Cyclazocine
C. Doxepin
D. Recent Experimental Compounds
1. GPA 41299, S 42548, CP 14368
2. Other presumed psychoactive compounds
3. Drugs of abuse—opiates and cannabis

There’s no record of whether Fink was delivering volts and jolts of electricity to his drug experiment subjects, too, but evidence in the records that are available from MK-ULTRA makes it a high likelihood.

Also in September 1968, a man named Jim Dincalci “started training in psychology in graduate school at New York Medical College,” which is where Fink was setting up his shock machines. Dincalci reportedly was pursuing a graduate degree in nursing. (Dincalci later will be one of only two people who supposedly is with L. Ron Hubbard when Hubbard disappears from Tangier, Morocco, in 1972.)

Meanwhile, back in Corfu, Scientology students kept arriving from Saint Hill and other locations around the globe for something, and on 24 September 1968, Hubbard upped the ante. Again. Onboard the Royal Scotman (probably still chuckling about Forte) he gave the first lecture to students of the new Class VIII Auditor Course. The lectures were highly confidential and dealt with the most advanced technology related to the OT levels. The CIA and the Five Eyes were left on the outside trying to look in. Again.

The next day, 25 September, a woman named Kima Churchill from Rhodesia, who had training as a nurse, joined the Sea Org. (She later will become Kima Douglas, and will be central to the disappearance of Hubbard and its long-running cover-up.)

Within a month, on 15 October 1968, the last Class VIII Course lecture was delivered, and two days later, on 17 October, “all 35 new Class VIII’s were returned to their respective orgs,” taking this new high-level technology to Scientology organizations all around the world.

By 3 November 1968, Hubbard had collected more evidence that the source of attacks on him and Scientology were being orchestrated by the National Association of Mental Health and the World Federation of Mental Health—and those, of course, were connected through the CIA and Five Eyes to the Operation Mockingbird mouthpieces. The WFMH had held its 20th annual convention in London starting on 5 August that year, and Hubbard’s view was that the various groups associated with it were in league to keep up a relentless attack because of the threat Scientology posed to countless billions of dollars in revenues for psychiatrists seeking to impose control over the minds of men, while the goal of Scientology was for humankind to become freer and more self- determined.

It’s almost as though Hubbard had been peering into a crystal ball; less than two weeks later, one of the preferred prostitutes of Operation Mockingbird, Life magazine, hit the streets on 15 November 1968 with hatred so caustic that it rivaled the sarcasm from THE REAL DEEP THROAT, practically dripping holes through the pages. The headlines were supermarket tabloid material, as usual:

“Scientology: A dangerous method of mind-probing attracts a large cult. A true life nightmare. A growing cult reaches dangerously into the mind—SCIENTOLOGY.”

It is a remarkable irony that Amos Jessup—the son of John Jessup, one of the high-level executives of Henry Luce’s Time/Life conglomerate—was at that moment a high-level executive of the Sea Org, having been made Captain of the Avon River. (Jessup will later be indispensable to the cover-up of Hubbard’s disappearance from Tangier, Morocco.)

It must have been frustrating indeed for the CIA to learn that the very next night after the Life article, on 16 November, L. Ron Hubbard was treated almost like royalty on the island of Corfu:

Local traders unashamedly welcomed the estimated $50,000 the Sea Org was spending in Corfu every month, and on 16 November, Hubbard was invited to a reception in his honor at the Achilleion Palace, a lavish casino on the island. . . . He was accorded a standing ovation as he entered the palace.

He wrote up his impression of the event the following day in the tear-sheet that came out daily on the flagship, called the “Orders of the Day” (OODs):

The dinner for Corfu VIPs went off like clockwork with Mr. Steinhauser of the Achilleion Casino as host and the top Corfu people there.

The only slight mar was a London Sunday Times reporter [Alexander Mitchell]. Earlier the local British Consul [Major John Forte] tried to push him into the party, offending the Corfu VIPs. He got a table nearby and bobbed up to introduce himself and again much offended the VIPs. The host confided he had already confiscated the man’s camera. These Corfu people work very hard to protect us. We are grateful that they do.

The dinner itself was excellent and in a very pleasant atmosphere, a large number of VIPs, good music.

That same day, 17 November 1968, the Sea Org pulled off another PR coup with the same Corfu VIPs, holding a christening ceremony to rename the Royal Scotman as the Apollo. The other two ships also were renamed, making all three of them named in honor of gods and goddesses from the Greek pantheon, with the Enchanter becoming the Diana, and the Avon River being renamed the Athena.

If all that approbation weren’t cause enough for alarming the hounding spooks and the psycho-establishment, on the same day as the christening an article appeared in the London Sunday Times—by Alexander Mitchell, that reporter who had been trying to get his nose under the tent at the VIP dinner—saying that Hubbard was “negotiating with local businessmen to buy the Delphinia Hotel in the remote south” of Corfu to “give him a land base.”

Then there was a weird turn of events—and “weird” is an infinitely expanding concept when dealing with the dispassionate facts of Watergate, the hoax. Bob “Blowtorch” Komer, a CIA veteran and personal friend of Daniel Ellsberg, was suddenly pulled from where he had been stationed in Vietnam and was named on 24 October 1968 as a “non-career appointee” to be US Ambassador to Turkey. That put a perfect triumvirate of hellions hovering over Hubbard and the ships of the Sea Org: E. Howard Hunt over Greece and Turkey for CIA, Stuart W. Rockwell over Greece and Turkey at State, and Bob “Blowtorch” Komer for State at the embassy in Turkey.

Why Turkey? It’s no accident that Komer was put there. There were strong rumors afloat (pun unavoidable) that Hubbard was considering establishing a Scientology organization on land at Corfu, which would provide Scientology with a foothold on Greece. Given the downright alarming rate at which Scientology was expanding around the world (alarming to its enemies), nothing could have been more infuriating or terrifying—or both—to the leaders of Islam. No matter what “modernization” had been established in Turkey by Ataturk, Turkey has been of central, almost consuming interest to the real Muslims, the true Muslims, the fundamentalist Muslims, since the fall of the Ottoman Empire.

As recently as August 2014, a leading magpie of the Muslim Brotherhood, Sheikh Yusuf al-Qaradawi, declared in a video speech: “We came to Turkey to assess the Fourth Assembly of the Union of Muslim Scholars in Istanbul, capital of the Islamic Caliphate! . . . Turkey is the Caliphate State, and Istanbul is its capital . . . Turkey unites religion and the world, Arab (Wahhabist Sunnis) and Persian (Shiites), Asia and Africa, and it (the Caliphate) should be based upon this nation (Turkey).”

Even The Washington Post has opined that “many wonder whether the secularism embedded into Turkey by Ataturk is fading.” Some—those who actually understand the unyielding mandates of Islam for world domination—reasonably wonder whether the purported “secularism” ever really was otherwise than faded, especially given the fact that Turkey is over 98 percent Muslim.

In 1968, the flames of desire for the revival of the Caliphate were merely suppressed into embers, not extinguished, and are being fanned back to life at the time of this publication. Turkey, bordered by Iran, Iraq, and Syria to the east, and Greece to the west, is strategically vital to the Caliphate ever being able to overrun Europe in its quest for complete domination over the world. In fact, the fervor for a Caliphate may never have been higher than in late 1968, in the wake of the 1967 Six Day War with Israel. By the time the Sea Org ships had settled into the Corfu harbor, 57 Islamic states already were beginning the process of forming the Organization of Islamic Cooperation, which describes itself as “the collective voice of the Muslim world.” That organization holds Islamic Sharia law as superior to all human and civil rights, superior to all “man-made” law (never mind where Sharia came from), superior to every non-Islamic constitution in the world—including the Constitution of the United States.

The very word “Islam” means “submission.”

Scientology advocates one and only one survival course for Man: greater freedom. Scientology is anathema to Islam. Never doubt it for a moment.

Scientology and Islam do not mix, and never will.

Scientology could not be allowed to establish a base in Greece, and it’s a sure bet that the oil-rich Islamic nations were using all their influence on Turkey to deliver that message to the CIA and the Five Eyes, loud and long.

Komer had to be brought in by the CIA to pour banana oil on the troubled waters in Turkey and set up a holding action until Hubbard and the Sea Org could be driven out of Greece. Stuart “Appeaser of Islam” Rockwell unquestionably was brought in on the CIA’s plans for Hubbard, and used all his influence to make that happen. (Komer will only be in place as US Ambassador to Turkey for a few months, until shortly after Hubbard and the Sea Org are run out of Greece. Rockwell soon will tail Hubbard and the Sea Org to Morocco, getting posted there as US Ambassador in Rabat, and will be in that position when Hubbard disappears from Tangier in 1972.)

But the plan to drive out the Sea Org wasn’t going well. The damned Scientologists were much too popular.

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On 11 December 1968, L. Ron Hubbard upped the ante. Again. In the Apollo OODs of that date he made an announcement to the Sea Org members:

OT VII has been researched by me. I have not written it up.

I have almost finished OT VIII.

I was sort of waiting until I’d done the whole of VIII before I wrote up VII. VII could be written up almost any time.

Of course, the roster of Sea Org members by that time included infiltrators that had been sent in by the Five Eyes. The news was soon racing around the world to the chief spooks.

Around the same time as his announcement, a new issue of the American Medical Association’s magazine Today’s Health started arriving to subscribers. In it was an article called “Scientology, Menace to Mental Health.” Somehow, the AMA had managed to get some hack to rewrite the same tired old “dangerous cult” story that had been being written and rewritten by the psycho-establishment and Operation Mockingbird since 1950. In what must have been merely an oversight, the article didn’t mention that at that very moment “Dr.” Max Fink was shooting household electrical current through the brains of unwitting and unwilling patients, or that “Dr.” Ewen Cameron had been subjecting people to the endless horrors of “psychic driving,” all being paid for by taxpayer dollars, all in institutions fully blessed and sanctified by the AMA, all in collusion with the CIA.

On or about 20 December 1968, CIA Director Richard Helms traveled to Paris, ostensibly on a honeymoon, but while he was there he met with longtime superspook Vernon Walters. (Within a few years Walters will become Helms’s deputy during Watergate, the hoax, and the disappearance of Hubbard from Morocco.)

Meanwhile, on the other side of the world, on Christmas Day 1968, Daniel Ellsberg flew to New York City from DC, where he met at the Pierre Hotel with Henry Kissinger, who Ellsberg describes as “the long-time protégé and adviser of Nelson Rockefeller.” Indeed. (Another protégé of Nelson Rockefeller had been Douglas “Ragtop” Caddy, who later will appear “gratuitously” to be the first attorney for the Watergate “burglars” in DC.) Ellsberg had meetings with Kissinger over the next three days.

Shortly thereafter, around the turn of the New Year of 1969, the CIA started paying a man named Eugenio Rolando Martinez y Creaga, a.k.a. Rolando Martinez, a monthly retainer. (Martinez will be a key player in Watergate, the hoax.)

Around the same time, a man named William J. Galbraith—who has been named in some sources as CIA—was assigned to Morocco. (He will soon be involved in an incident with the Sea Org in Morocco, after a curious visit to the White House in the beginning stages of Watergate, the hoax.)

Meanwhile, back in Corfu, there had been rumblings about some action to be taken against the Scientologists—all of it stirred up by the raving roach, Major John Forte. On 20 January 1969, four Greek commercial associations sent a letter to the Prime Minister and Deputy Prime Minister of Greece, attempting to put a stop to any such action:

Dated 20 January 1969

To their Excellencies, Prime Minister G. Papadopoulos and Deputy Minister S. Pattakos, Athens.

For many months there lies anchored in Corfu Harbour a ship named “Apollo” on which functions Professor Hubbard’s Philosophy School. So far this school has never given cause for any misunderstandings but on the contrary it spends considerable sums to buy supplies from the local market. These sums so spent give considerable boost to the anaemic Corfu market. We now learn that various persons entirely foreign to Corfu are trying to persuade the Government to cancel the permit given to the vessel to remain without giving any specific reasons against the school.

Since as far as we know nothing suspicious exists against this school and since it is not permissible for foreigners to run our homes we submit to you our warmest plea to disregard these efforts of said foreigners and to allow the vessel to remain in Corfu. This school possessing serious capital and an extensive net of branches abroad plans to get established in Corfu permanently and Corfu tourism would profit greatly.

(Signed)

Manufacturers and Merchants Society, Gerondicos Traders Union, Hondroyannis
Labour Centre, Gynargeros
Shopkeepers Society, Moutsos

The letter did its job. Days later, Yannis Lagonikas, Secretary-General of the Ministry of Mercantile Marine, telegraphed a reply:

In reply to the organisations’ telegram addressed to the Prime Minister and Deputy Prime Minister, we have the honour to inform you that from the part of the Ministry of Merchant Marine there was never any objection for SS “Apollo” remaining in Corfu. (Signed) I. Lagonikas, Secretary General Ministry Merchant Marine.

It was going to take some big guns to change this situation, and it couldn’t wait; Hubbard was going full steam ahead with his plans to set up an organization on Corfu, and it was going to include an Advanced Org, delivering the OT levels. It’s little wonder, then, that on 11 February 1969, the Secretary of State sent a memorandum to the newly elected incoming President of the United States, Richard Nixon, entitled “Steps to Emphasize US Interest in, and Friendship for, Turkey.” Not one word was said specifically about Scientology being next door to Turkey, in Greece, but the document had been “cleared by Rockwell,” and in diplomat-speak conveyed a sense of urgency about mollifying and appeasing Turkish interests.

At the same time, high-level negotiations were going on with another Islamic force, King Hassan II of Morocco. He put forward a false front of being progressively modern, but history has revealed that he was a narcissistic despot given to psycho-establishment torture and executions for people he saw as enemies. He had long been in bed with the CIA, and had even had them help him set up his torture facilities with electroshock machines, but he was always threatening to cozy up to communists if the US didn’t meet his ever-escalating demands for handouts. He well knew the strategic position of Tangier, Morocco, as “the gateway to the Mediterranean,” and the high value placed on it by the international superpowers. On 17 February, a week after the Turkey appeasement suggestion from Rockwell to Nixon, another State Department missive came from the American Embassy in Rabat, Morocco: “US Policy Assessment for Morocco.” It was full of barely veiled threats as delivered from Hassan, e.g.:

Soviet influence has grown rapidly. . . .

US and Western economic and military aid have not been fully responsive to these concerns. . . .

Arab-Israel confrontation generates pressures on King Hassan . . . to align Morocco with Arab extremists. . . .

USSR is prepared to help King economically. . . .

Strategic importance and economic potential of Morocco warrant special effort to blunt Soviet drive. . . .

It wasn’t even subtle. Then it ended with the bottom line extortion demand from Hassan II, couched in “diplomatic” terms: “Provision of grant military assistance amounting to $57 million over next five years.” That works out to over $377 million in 2015 dollars.

Somebody was asking Hassan II to do something for which he was demanding a high price.

Meanwhile, on the other side of the world, Jim Dincalci withdrew the next day, 18 February 1969, from the New York Medical College Graduate School of Nursing—the school where CIA shock doctor Max Fink was conducting MK-ULTRA experiments. No reason is apparent for Dincalci’s withdrawal from the program. (Dincalci soon will join the Sea Org in Morocco, and will be involved in the disappearance of L. Ron Hubbard.)

Meanwhile, back in Corfu: The next day, 19 February, the London Times reported that Hubbard had set up “a limited company in Greece to carry on his enterprises,” but that “Foreign Minister Pipinelis had told a press conference that the government was examining their activities before deciding on their request to be allowed to set up offices on Greek soil.”

A local paper announced that students soon would be arriving from around the world. The Sea Org already had buildings purchased and were preparing them for setting up an Advanced Org to deliver the Clearing Course and OT Levels, and a Saint Hill organization to deliver the Saint Hill Special Briefing Course, which used all the recorded lectures Hubbard had given at Saint Hill in England. On 26 February, LRH wrote in the Apollo OODs, “We are now waiting for AO [Advanced Org] Greece customers which should be showing up . . . We won’t be here forever. When AO Greece is well established, we’ll be taking a cruise.”

They would be taking a cruise sooner than that; two ships from the Sixth Fleet of the US Navy were already en route through the Mediterranean to Corfu.

Meanwhile, back in the United States, attorney G. Gordon Liddy was making a deal in early March with Gerald Ford, House Minority Leader, for a favor. Liddy wanted to be hired into the Treasury Department, specifically into the position of Special Assistant to the Secretary of the Treasury, for Enforcement. That would put Liddy in the Executive Branch of the government, in a prime position to move him into the White House. Ford pulled some strings and made it happen. (Ford, who had served on the Warren Commission investigation into the assassination of John F. Kennedy, will go on to replace Richard Nixon after Watergate, the hoax, and will know about the CIA’s theft of the Scientology OT levels to start its “remote viewing” program.)

Around the same time, on 4 March 1969, Daniel Ellsberg was “sworn in at the Rand Washington office as a top secret courier.” He was given “two big packages of double-wrapped volumes” that filled “two large briefcases—courier pouches, with flaps and combination locks.” This was the McNamara study that will become the “Pentagon Papers.” Rand president Harry Rowen (a.k.a. Henry Rowen, Henry S. Rowen) told Ellsberg on the phone that when he got back to Santa Monica, he was to put the study in his own safe, and that no one, including the security officers at Rand, were to be allowed to know that the study is there. Ri-i-i-i-ght.

Two days later, on Thursday, 6 March 1969, two ships of the US Sixth Fleet arrived in Corfu: the Fremont and the Grand County.

A task force arrived off Corfu and a detachment of Marines set up sentry posts around the berths occupied by the Sea Org ships, apparently in order to prevent US Navy personnel from coming into contact with Scientologists. “Somehow it seemed,” said Major Forte, “that this was a carefully planned operation designed to bring forcibly home to the authorities the grave danger of contamination by this undesirable cult.”

Gee, you think? The men on the ships had been “briefed” that the Sea Org ships were “full of draft dodgers, marijuana smokers, free love, hypnotism.”

Meanwhile, on the other side of the world, on the same day that the Navy ships arrived in Corfu, a man named Robert Cushman was nominated as Deputy Director of the CIA, to serve directly with Richard Helms. In 1950, Cushman had shared an office in the CIA with E. Howard Hunt. Cushman and Hunt also had worked together in 1960, when Cushman had been Nixon’s “military aide” in a plot to overthrow Castro, and when Vernon Walters also was an aide to Nixon, as an interpreter. (Cushman soon will supply Hunt and Liddy with everything they need to carry out the first operation in Watergate, the hoax, and to set up a “get out of jail free” card for Ellsberg. Cushman then will be replaced by Vernon Walters as Deputy Director of the CIA for the rest of the hoax operations, when L. Ron Hubbard disappears.)

It was all being set into motion.

On 18 March 1969, the Nomarch of Corfu issued an order that L. Ron Hubbard and the Sea Org had 24 hours to leave Greece.

On the same day, “Hana Eltringham321 and 13 other Sea Org members left the Apollo and arrived at AOLA [Advanced Org Los Angeles], with the mission to effectively replace the top administrative personnel of the org.” (Eltringham, one of the Commonwealth infiltrators, will be the Commanding Officer of AOLA at crucial times over the next few years, allowing both Ingo Swann and Hal Puthoff to slip past Hubbard’s emphatic injunctions forbidding the upper levels to intelligence operatives. She later will leave Scientology and become one of the main harpies spewing venom about it, a favored “source” for Hubbard-haters Russell Miller and the admitted British intelligence operative Chris Owen.)

The next day, 19 March, the Sea Org ships left Corfu.

The CIA, the prissy little Forte roach, the Five Eyes, and the Islamic Cult of the Caliphate fanatics must have felt a great sense of conquest, having shut down Hubbard’s attempt to set up a new Advanced Org (AO) and new Saint Hill (SH) org. As usual, though, they forgot who they were dealing with; two days later an announcement went out in Greece and around the world:

WE ARE NOT OPENING THE NEW AO – SH IN GREECE BUT IN DENMARK

THE WHOLE NEW ORGANIZATION IS ALREADY TRANSFERRED TO COPENHAGEN, DENMARK SO

GO NOW DIRECT TO

SCIENTOLOGY ORGANIZATION

DENMARK HOVEDVAGTSGADE 6 1103 COPENHAGEN TELEX: 20515075

After a trip through the Mediterranean and brief stops at Cagliari, Sardinia, and Cadiz, Spain, for fuel and supplies, The Sea Org ships sailed to the real Watergate, long known as “the gateway to the Mediterranean”: Tangier, Morocco.

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Excerpt: Chapter 27, “1971: The Fielding Farce”

Tuesday, 26 July 2016 by

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This is an excerpt from the book Watergate: The Hoax, by Ashton Gray, now on sale at AmazoniBooks, Barnes & Noble, and other fine book retailers. This is Chapter 27, “1971: The Fielding Farce”:

The files in my cabinet were in considerable disarray. My personal papers, including those pertaining to Dr. Ellsberg, appeared to have been thoroughly rummaged through.
CIA-Blessed Psychiatrist Lewis Fielding

We had gone to a lot of effort and taken a number of risks—for nothing. All we had established was that Ellsberg’s file was not in Fielding’s office. Where was it, then?
E. Howard Hunt

Arguably, the most deadly, mind-scrambling combination of CIA psyops in Watergate, the hoax, is embodied in the events of the night of 3 September 1971, going into the wee hours of 4 September, when E. Howard Hunt and G. Gordon Liddy supposedly masterminded and oversaw a “break-in” at the Beverly Hills office of Lewis Fielding— former psychiatrist to Daniel Ellsberg—utilizing three of the “Cuban Contingent” from Miami to do the dirty work: Bernard Barker, Eugenio Martinez, and Felipe de Diego. Martinez was actually still on the CIA’s payroll at the time, but the other two also were working for the CIA, just through some other “arrangement.”

There was, indeed, a “break-in” of sorts of Lewis Fielding’s office, and the Cubans took pains to make sure there was no mistaking the fact of a break-in, including breaking a window, using a crowbar on the office door and file cabinets, and scattering pills around the office to make it look like a search for drugs, but the entire “operation” was never anything other than a fraud and a farce. It never had anything at all to do with “finding” any psychiatric file on Ellsberg, as the perps claimed. It had two primary purposes:

1. Give Daniel Ellsberg a guaranteed “get out of jail free” card, and,
2. Create as much confusion as possible in relation to the later Watergate operations.

It was a masterpiece of psychological warfare, using no fewer than six CIA psyops. [See Appendix III: “The CIA Psyops of Watergate and Beyond.” —Ed.] It was so effective that up to the very moment when this manuscript is being prepared, not one single investigator, reporter, author, or trier of fact ever has exposed it for the abominable fiction it is—fiction almost certainly authored by E. Howard Hunt—even though the evidence of it being a fraud has been lying in plain sight for almost half a century, and is inarguable. The headings of some of the CIA psyops that were used help to analyze it for the farce it is.

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CONTRADICTIONS TO CREATE CONFUSION, AND CONTRADICTION BY MULTIPLE SOURCES: THE COMMONALITIES

The “accounts” by different participants of the break-in at the Fielding office have certain scripted commonalities, but are irreconcilably contradictory on the single most important “fact” in this insane fiction: Did the perps find Ellsberg’s files in Fielding’s office or didn’t they? Here is how some of the perps and the “victims” told it—in different places, and at different times—to create the maximum possible mind-numbing confusion. First, here is the CIA psycho-establishment mouthpiece Lewis “Gollum” Fielding saying (under oath in both cases) that Ellsberg’s files were in his office during the break-in, and had been compromised:

Lewis Fielding in affidavit:
I drove down to the office . . . and found my papers and records strewn about. The files in my cabinet were in considerable disarray. My personal papers, including those pertaining to Dr. Ellsberg, appeared to have been thoroughly rummaged through.

Lewis Fielding in grand jury testimony:
Questioner: Now, would it be possible to look at the Ellsberg-1 envelope that you previously described in the drawer to determine whether it had been opened? . . . [Was there] no way to look at the papers themselves to see if there had been an actual intrusion and removal and then perhaps being put back?
Fielding: Oh, yes, there was, because these papers, as I found them, were outside the envelope. I know that I had left them inside the envelope. Beyond that, there was evidence that these papers— You know, again, if you have been with a file long enough and lived with it, you know what your papers look like. And this looked as if it had been fingered, had been fingered over, you know, people had done something with it, you know.

Then comes one of the “masterminds” of the break-in G. Gordon Liddy, to contradict the shrink:

G. Gordon Liddy in sworn testimony:
On the 3rd of September 1971, we—that is the group, using Cuban expatriates who had been trained and had been in the service of the Central Intelligence Agency—penetrated the office of Dr. Fielding, and they looked for those records. They were not there.414

G. Gordon Liddy in autobiography Will:
Hunt arrived first [at the hotel room], and by the time I got there he was cooling a bottle of champagne. The Cubans arrived next. Barker spoke for them. . . . What did they find?

“Nothing, Eduardo [code name for Hunt],” said Barker to Hunt. He held up a piece of paper on which I’d written the name “Daniel Ellsberg” . . . “There’s no file with this name on it.”

Hunt was unbelieving. “Are you sure?” he asked. They were.

Hunt had to ask if they were sure that they didn’t find anything. Sure he did. Oh, but the real “victim” has to weigh in himself, Saint Ellsberg, and the saint ain’t so sure:

Daniel Ellsberg:
The plumbers did find my file. . . . In it was a paper I had written for the American Political Science Association called “Quagmire Myth and the Stalemate Machine.” I alluded to classified information I’d seen, which obviously meant the Pentagon report.415

Ellsberg told that to Smithsonian Magazine in 2012, and they were gullible enough to print it. Now comes Egil Krogh, who served time for having approved this “break-in”:

Egil Krogh:
Burglars broke into Dr. Fielding’s Beverly Hills office to photograph the files, but found nothing related to Mr. Ellsberg.416

Oh, but Felipe de Diego, one of the Cubans who “had been in the service of the Central Intelligence Agency,” chooses to disagree, and after all, he was there:

Felipe de Diego, one of the burglars:
Mr. de Diego . . . did not remember who had found the file, but shortly afterward the search stopped and he helped to hold papers from what appeared to be Dr. Ellsberg’s file while Martinez photographed them.417

That’s a little odd, because Eugenio Martinez doesn’t seem to remember photographing Ellsberg’s psychiatric files at all:

Eugenio Martinez, the burglar on CIA payroll at the time, who Diego says photographed Ellsberg’s file:
There was nothing of Ellsberg’s there. There was nothing about psychiatry, not one file of sick people, only bills. It looked like an import-export office more than a psychiatrist’s. The only thing with the name of Ellsberg in it was the doctor’s telephone book.

And now let’s hear from the CIA veteran liar himself, the spy-fiction writing hack who dreamed this miserable pack of lies up, E. Howard Hunt. Notice how similar his commonality “talking points” are to G. Gordon Liddy’s in their autobiographies:

E. Howard Hunt in autobiography Undercover:
I was the first one back to the hotel room, then Liddy came in a few minutes later. . . . The three men from Miami came in together. They were sweaty and disheveled, and one of them had cut himself on broken window glass. We gave each other abrazos [embraces], then Barker said, “Eduardo, there was nothing there.”

I stared at him. “Nothing?”

He shook his head. “We went through every goddamn file in that office, Eduardo, and there was nothing there. Nothing with the name Ellsberg on it.” From his pocket he pulled the scrap of paper on which Liddy had printed the name “Ellsberg” and given it to Barker.

. . . We had gone to a lot of effort and taken a number of risks—for nothing. All we had established was that Ellsberg’s file was not in Fielding’s office.

It’s spy fiction, and if your head isn’t spinning yet, you haven’t been paying attention. But it will spin. This CIA psyops carnival ride has hardly gotten set into motion.

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THE PRINCIPLE OF DUPLICATES—“TWOSIES”

The Fielding Fraud is filled with terrible “twosies” that sow seeds producing thick briar- weeds of confusion. Here are the major ones:

• The Fielding Op was on a three-day summer holiday weekend, Labor Day weekend; the Watergate “first break-in” hoax was on a three-day summer holiday weekend, Memorial Day weekend. That alone can start to make you feel spinny and sick at your stomach. It was designed just that way.

• The Fielding Op was an actual break-in—even though Fielding was in on it —but the Watergate “first break-in” was a complete hoax. Then there was a later actual break-in at the Watergate [See Part VII, “The Break-In That Was and Aftermath.” —Ed.], during which the perps were arrested, creating even more confusion. The Fielding Op over a Labor Day weekend was to lend “credibility” to the Watergate phony break-in op over a Memorial Day weekend.

• Both ops used Cubans from Miami, and the three Cubans involved in the Fielding op will be used in the Washington ops—along with some others— creating further confusion.

• Both ops involve the Cubans having “camera equipment” and supposedly taking photographs of documents (except there were no documents to photograph—except there were documents to photograph, depending on which set of lies you listen to).

• All the ops involve the use of walkie-talkies.

• All the ops have Hunt and Liddy as the outside overseers, and in a hotel.

• The name “Fielding” is itself a “twosie,” because John Dean had hired Fred Fielding not long before this op—specifically for the “twosie” value. The psychiatrist Lewis Fielding is styled as a “victim” of E. Howard Hunt; the Dean-hired Fred Fielding later will be involved in the disposal of contents of E. Howard Hunt’s safe in the White House. This welds these “Fielding” names together in an incautious mind in relation to Hunt, creating extreme confusion, especially in texts where only the last name, “Fielding,” is used to refer to either man.

• The name of one of the Cuban perps is Martinez. Although the perps claim, in their versions, that they met and talked with a cleaning woman at Lewis Fielding’s office building early in the evening before the break-in, Lewis Fielding claimed in his affidavit that the cleaning person at his office building who interacted with the perps that evening was a male named—you guessed it: Martinez.

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“HISTORY” BY MANUFACTURED CONFESSION

Exactly as with the later Watergate “first break-in” hoax, almost everything about this Fielding break-in covert op comes from manufactured “confessions” told by the perps, and, most importantly, by the CIA-connected psychiatrist Lewis Fielding himself. Although police were called in, and investigated the scene of a “break-in,” it had been staged by the Cubans with the specific intent to make unquestionable record of a “break- in.” When used in conjunction with the photos Liddy and Hunt had made of themselves in front of Lewis Fielding’s office using CIA-supplied “disguises,” camera, and film, that would be vital to spring Ellsberg later from the charges against him for releasing the Pentagon Papers.
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PSYCHIATRIST LEWIS FIELDING WAS COMPLICIT IN A CRIMINAL CONSPIRACY

As with everything about Watergate, the hoax, this Fielding Farce is all talk, talk, talk, talk, talk. The one thing this exposé proves for the first time ever, and proves beyond even a faint shadow of reasonable doubt, is that at all relevant times the psycho-establishment’s psychiatrist Lewis J. Fielding was a willing and witting participant in this criminal CIA conspiracy against the United States and its people.

The Lewis Fielding “break-in” story was vicious fiction designed to make fools of the American people and the world. It’s fiction that was written by a hack spy-fiction writer named E. Howard Hunt, who was on the payroll of your tax dollars for decades. In fact, you or one of your family members probably paid, right out of pocket, every one of the professional liars involved in this hoax for the privilege of having them make a fool of you, and of the press, and of Congress, and of the entire world.

If you weren’t paying taxes then, don’t feel bad, you aren’t left out: there are just as many paid professional liars today as there were then, creating the exact same kinds of covert operations on your dime. The CIA is still a pack of professional liars using the money taken right out of your pocket to create elaborate fictions to make a fool of you. But you go right on paying them to do it, don’t you?

Don’t expect a receipt or an accounting of where your money went; fiction doesn’t leave a paper trail.

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Ashton Gray Interview on “House of Mystery”

Monday, 11 July 2016 by

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Ashton Gray, author of Watergate: The Hoax, was interviewed recently by host Al Warren for the “House of Mystery” radio show on KFNX out of Phoenix, Arizona. Now you can listen to the program if you missed it, details below. The book is now on sale at AmazoniBooks, Barnes & Noble. Buy it now!

“Watergate” is a code word.
William Colby—Director, Central Intelligence Agency, 3 January 1975

Chalet Books author Ashton Gray, whose monumental work Watergate: The Hoax is rewriting the history books, was interviewed recently on the popular “House of Mystery” talk-radio show. Now you can hear it anywhere in the world:

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You can reach us, and Ashton Gray, by sending email to “info” (without the quotation marks) at chaletbooks.com.

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Monday, 27 June 2016 by

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Ashton Gray, author of  Watergate: The Hoax, appeared 23-24 June 2016 on the nationally and internationally syndicated radio program, “Coast to Coast AM.” Now you can listen to the program if you missed it, details below. The book is now on sale at AmazoniBooks, Barnes & Noble, at a special introductory price of $5.99, but is going up to $13 at the end of June. Buy it now!

“Watergate” is a code word.
William Colby—Director, Central Intelligence Agency, 3 January 1975

Chalet Books author Ashton Gray, whose groundbreaking historical work Watergate: The Hoax has recently been released, was interviewed last week on the world-famous overnight talk show “Coast to Coast AM,” and his interview already has generated a storm of controversy. Now you can listen to it if you missed it:

Coast to Coast AM Interview with Ashton Gray

Our thanks to everyone who has written in with kudos for the book and for Ashton’s interview. You can reach us, and Ashton Gray, by sending email to “info” (without the quotation marks) at chaletbooks.com.

Watergate: The Hoax is a big read at more than 240,000 words. The trade paperback is also now on sale at Amazon, with 620 pages, for just $26. Buy it now, in any format, and find out why the CIA engineered an enormous hoax on the press, on Congress, on Nixon—and on the entire world. Buy it today in an electronic format before the price more than doubles on 28 June!

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Ashton Gray on “Coast to Coast AM” Radio Show

Sunday, 19 June 2016 by

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Ashton Gray, author of  Watergate: The Hoax, is scheduled to appear this week on the nationally and internationally syndicated radio program, “Coast to Coast AM.” Details below. The book is now on sale at AmazoniBooks, Barnes & Noble, at a special introductory price of $5.99, but is going up to $13 at the end of June. Buy it now!

It doesn’t take a genius to figure out that Watergate was a CIA setup.
We were just pawns.
Frank Sturgis, Watergate “burglar”

We’re very pleased to announce that Chalet Books author Ashton Gray, whose groundbreaking historical work Watergate: The Hoax has recently been released, will be interviewed this Thursday night/early Friday morning on the world-famous overnight talk show “Coast to Coast AM”:

Coast to Coast AM

According to the Wikipedia page for the show, it has the highest listenership of its time slot—”around 2.75 million unique listeners” on over “600 stations in the U.S., Canada, Australia and Guam.”

Mr. Gray’s two-hour interview is scheduled for 10 p.m. till midnight in the Pacific time zone on Thursday, 23 June 2016, which in the Eastern time zone will be 1 a.m. till 3 a.m. on Friday, 24 June.

Watergate: The Hoax is a big read at more than 240,000 words. The trade paperback is also now on sale at Amazon, with 620 pages, for just $26. Buy it now, in any format, before the interview, and have the book to follow the discussion. Find out why the CIA engineered an enormous hoax on the press, on Congress, on Nixon—and on the entire world. Tune in!

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Excerpt: Chapter 20, “The Nixon Problem”

Sunday, 29 May 2016 by

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This is an excerpt from the book  Watergate: The Hoax, by Ashton Gray, now on sale at Amazon, iBooks, Barnes & Noble, and other fine book retailers. This is Chapter 20, “The Nixon Problem”:

You don’t have Nixon to kick around any more.
Richard Nixon

Out, damned spot! Out, I say!
Shakespeare, Macbeth

Nixon . . . hates us.
L. Ron Hubbard

Before this narrative can proceed, it regrettably has to address Richard Nixon. On 20 January 1969, the same day the Greek commercial associations had sent a letter pleading for the Scientologists to be allowed to stay in Greece, he was sworn into office.

It isn’t that he’s a mere footnote to Watergate, the hoax; he was, after all, the President of the United States, and had more indelible blood stains on his hands than Lady Macbeth. There are no tears shed here for Nixon. He got no worse than he deserved.

That said—with gusto—still, history has been unkind to him on the subject of Watergate. Or perhaps that should say that historians and so-called “journalists” and so-called “authors” have been like teenage girls with a gushing crush on him, attributing to him downright godlike powers of conspiracy. “The Official Story” of Watergate, the one pawned off on the world by Woodward-and-Bernstein and the idiots in Congress (but I repeat myself, apologies to Mark Twain), is the biggest and most downright laughable “conspiracy theory” ever concocted. It posits Nixon as some sort of all-powerful Svengali making his army of mindless automatons do his bidding—apparently through telepathy, because not one scrap of evidence ever has surfaced, anywhere, even slightly linking him to a single order for any of the CIA-connected Watergate thugs to do anything they did.

It seems that somebody, somewhere, should get around to noticing that.

At every moment after the arrests, Nixon looked and sounded like he’d been hit between the eyes with a two-by-four. He was stunned, and from the first instant was trying to play catch-up to the ever-escalating scandal. That’s exactly where Helms had wanted Nixon: trying desperately to figure out what was going on and why, then trying to cover it up because he was informed—after the fact—of what “his people” had been doing. Except the key “his people” were all the CIA’s people, and Nixon was like a stumbling gladiator with arterial bleeding from the first blow. He was going down.

Others can go right on analyzing to death what Nixon did and when and why—but they better do it now with the firm realization that there was no “first-break-in” at all, or they are off wandering in the same swamp as all who have gone before—and never made it out.

The only thing this narrative seeks to do with regard to Nixon is to explore why the CIA had to bring down Nixon at the same time they brought down Hubbard and stole his OT levels. That’s pretty easy to analyze, and doesn’t require any telepathy. It’s spelled out in no uncertain terms by L. Ron Hubbard himself, in a bulletin he wrote on 24 April 1960:[See NOTE below]

CONCERNING THE CAMPAIGN FOR PRESIDENCY

 

A person named Richard M. Nixon will enter his name this Fall at a convention as a citizen aspiring to the Presidency of the United States. Many Scientologists think he is all right because I once quoted him. This is very far from the facts and I hasten to give you the real story why Richard M. Nixon must be prevented at all costs from becoming president.

 

Two years ago in Washington this man’s name appeared in a newspaper article as uttering an opinion about psychology. I called attention to this opinion as a matter of banal interest in an article.

 

Shortly two members of the United States Secret Service, stating they had been sent directly by Nixon, entered the establishment of the Founding Church of Washington, DC, armed with pistols, but without warrant or formal complaint, and with foul and abusive language threatened the girls on duty there.

 

Hulking over desks, shouting violently they stated that they daily had to make such calls on “lots of people” to prevent Nixon’s name from being used in ways Nixon disliked.

 

These two men stated they were part of Nixon’s office and were acting on his express orders. They said that Nixon believed in nothing the Founding Church or Scientology stood for.

 

Their conduct before the ladies present was so intolerable that Mary Sue, having heard the shouting and curses from her office, had to come and force these men to leave, which they finally did, but only after she threatened to call the police.

 

As Scientologists were present, much information was obtained, of course, from these agents as to their routine activities. These were not creditable. Nixon constantly used the service against the voteless and helpless people of Washington to suppress the use of his name.

 

I am informing you of an exact event. It convinced me that in my opinion Nixon is not fitted to be a president. I do not believe any public figure has a right to suppress the use of his name in articles. I do not believe a public figure should enforce his will on writers or organizations by use of the Secret Service. I believe a democracy ceases to exist when deprived of freedom of speech. I do not believe any man closely connected with psychiatry should hold a high public office since psychiatry has lent its violence to political purposes.

 

Would you please write your papers and tell your friends that Nixon did this and that his actions against private people in Washington cause us to defy his cravings to be president.

 

It’s my hope you’ll vote and make your friends vote. But please don’t vote for Nixon. Even his own Secret Service agents assure us he stands for nothing we do.

 

I do not tell you this because Mary Sue came close to serious injury at Nixon’s hands. I tell you this because I think psychiatry and all Fascist-Commie forces have had their day.

 

We want clean hands in public office in the United States. Let’s begin by doggedly denying Nixon the presidency no matter what his Secret Service tries to do to us now in Washington. It is better, far better, for us to run the risk of saying this now, while there’s still a chance, than to fail to tell you of it for fear of reprisals and then be wiped out without defence by the Secret Service or other agency if Nixon became president. He hates us and has used what police force was available to him to say so. So please get busy on it. I am only telling a few friends.

 

L. RON HUBBARD

So never mind whatever Nixon may or may not have known about CIA involvement in the assassination of John F. Kennedy—which he seemed to call “that whole Bay of Pigs thing”—or how fervently he disliked their Ivy League airs, or how psycho he was, or whether he had an impulse to firebomb the Brookings Institute upon hearing of Ellsberg’s betrayal with the Pentagon Papers blindside haymaker.

That doesn’t matter to what Watergate was. “Watergate” was a CIA code word. “Watergate” was a hoax, and a target of the hoax was Nixon and his stooges.

Everything that matters about Nixon here, in this context, is contained in that bulletin above. It tells exactly why the CIA had to remove Nixon after it took out and nullified Hubbard, and stole his OT levels for the “remote viewing” program. Nixon never would have stood for Scientology being used in his administration for intelligence purposes, had he found out. He hated the Hubbards and Scientology.

That’s also the complete reason why Spiro Agnew had to be taken out as Nixon’s VP: the CIA had Gerald Ford waiting in the wings for Vice President, and Ford was witting. Ford was in the club on “that whole Bay of Pigs thing,” having helped cover it up on the Warren Commission. He also had been brought in early on with the CIA’s plan for the take-down of Hubbard and the craven need for seizing the OT levels in the Coldest War for the minds and souls of men.

Ford also was going to help get revenge on Hubbard for an old and dear friend: he was going to name Nelson Rockefeller as his VP when he took over the presidency from Nixon.

Nelson had a score or two of his own to settle with L. Ron Hubbard. And Nelson had some friends in the psycho-establishment who would be only too eager to help in any way they could.

With the CIA, they had developed lots and lots of ways.

[NOTE] This bulletin is found in several places, in full, on the Internet, as though in the public domain. One source also presented an old hardcopy of this that was described as having been posted on a staff bulletin board at the time of its writing, and that hardcopy had no copyright mark or statement. Also, L. Ron Hubbard himself cancelled this in a later Policy Letter of 10 January 1968, which said in pertinent part: “All statements attacking any political entity or ideology are hereby withdrawn and canceled in any lectures or literature.” Given that this bulletin was so “withdrawn and cancelled,” it cannot have any intrinsic monetary value to be compromised by its reproduction; its value here is strictly its historical value, and this work could not possibly be complete and relevantly commented without the full understanding of its historical impact on events that followed, which this historical work is covering. We therefore feel that its inclusion in full is justified on all levels, including indispensible Fair Use.

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Excerpt from “Invisible Contracts”

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This is an excerpt from the book  Watergate: The Hoax, by Ashton Gray, now on sale at AmazoniBooks, Barnes & Noble, and other fine book retailers. This is taken from Chapter 1, “Invisible Contracts”:

The reporters might have been still rewinding their tape of the Baldwin interview that Sunday, 1 October 1972, when the Central Intelligence Agency—almost as if on cue—quietly issued a contract that would remain a deep secret for decades, throughout everything the world knows of as Watergate and beyond: Office of Technical Services Contract 8473.

The CIA was paying, initially, a little over $285,600 to a physicist and “former” member of the National Security Agency (NSA), Dr. Harold “Hal” Puthoff, for “an expanded effort in parapsychology” to be developed for U.S. military intelligence. The key word in that mission statement is not “psychology;” it’s “parapsychology.” Metaphysics. The paranormal. The contract, dated oddly on a Sunday, initiated a Top Secret military intelligence program that ran into the multimillions of dollars across two decades and six U.S. presidencies, but in practical and political terms, it was an invisible contract.

The public would not find out about this CIA-initiated program for over 20 years. Even when some of the facts squeaked out, almost everything done under that contract would remain secret, hidden, invisible. It still is. As Puthoff said in a 1996 article for the Journal of Scientific Exploration, “almost all of the documentation remains yet classified.” A latter-day participant in the tax-funded program, Joe McMoneagle, told Psychic World magazine in its summer 1998 issue: “Probably less than 2 percent of the information pertinent to the program has been released; certainly almost none of the operational data. A great deal of the research data is still classified as well.”

The contract itself has never seen daylight. It’s as invisible as ever. There is a compelling reason why it was kept that way, a reason that goes well beyond the fact that it dealt with psychic phenomenon. That reason lies in the selection of the three main participants.

Of significant interest to the CIA at the inception of the project was a man named Ingo Swann, who, along with Puthoff, had been involved with the CIA for over a year leading up to the contract—parallel in time to everything that became “Watergate.” Another man, Pat Price, also was brought into the CIA’s core group. Those three men who were central to the purpose of the secret contract—Puthoff, Swann, and Price—had something in common that was very uncommon: All three of them were Scientologists.

All three of them had risen through the ascending levels of Scientology services to attain its upper states of being known as “Operating Thetan” (OT). That designation represented an ability—acquired through the processes of Scientology’s secret OT levels—to operate and perceive as a spiritual entity outside of and independent of a human body. The concept could be likened to an “out-of-body experience” that is under the person’s volitional control.

It’s impossible to mention Scientology’s OT levels today without address to purported copies of them that have been broadly distributed around the world through the Internet. Later chapters supply evidence that those copies are forgeries, frauds created by CIA and put into circulation, but in October of 1972, the OT levels were Scientology’s closely guarded secrets, available by invitation only.

The founder of Scientology, L. Ron Hubbard, had issued official edicts strictly forbidding any government agency from gaining access to the secret upper levels. The OT Levels were his intellectual property, so he had the right to control access to the limited number of copies of the works. He had expressly debarred “suppressive groups,” which included “police spy organizations and government spy organizations” such as the CIA, IRS, FBI, NSA, Department of Justice, “or any other federal agency in any country.” He also debarred any agents, current or former, of any such organization unless and until that organization had been formally and fully disbanded.

Hal Puthoff had been in the NSA, yet he somehow had slipped his way through Scientology’s application screening process to get access to the secret upper Scientology levels. He had reached the highest level attainable at the time, called OT VII, and was bringing that knowledge under contract to the CIA.

Ingo Swann had been given Secret and Top Secret clearances by the government during his service in the military, a clear indication that he had been involved in sensitive classified “spy organization” operations, and he had continued to work with sensitive information in a job at the United Nations after leaving military service, yet he also managed to slip his way through and get access to the secret upper Scientology levels. He, too, had reached OT VII, and was bringing that knowledge to the CIA.

Pat Price had a background as a “California police commissioner and city councilman.” Nothing has ever been revealed about government security clearances he might have had at any time, in any capacity, but he certainly had passed a CIA smell-test to be brought into the secret contract. He, like Puthoff and Swann, had gone up through the Scientology processes, and had reached at least Scientology’s OT III.

Some not-quite-bright commentators have opined that it was pure happenstance that the CIA-initiated program to explore psychic phenomena would have as its core three Scientology OTs. Given that in 1972 there were no more than about 3,500 Scientology “Clears”—a prerequisite to reaching the OT Levels—and given that the population of the United States at the time was approximately 209,900,000, the most charitable possible odds of that happening are about (3,500 / 209,000,000)^3, or about 1 in 200 trillion. By comparison, DNA odds given in court usually run only about 1 in a billion. The CIA inarguably had an agenda, and whatever their reasons, that agenda was the “appropriation” of Hubbard’s OT technology for military espionage.

There is not any evidence that has been uncovered anywhere that President Richard M. Nixon ever knew anything at all about the CIA’s secret program using the Scientologists. There is every indication from his past and his Quaker creed that he would have brought it to a screeching, smoking halt if he had.

There is not any scrap of verifiable evidence anywhere that Hubbard ever found out about the CIA’s secret program to get its hands on his OT Levels. There is no question at all that he would have brought it to a screeching, smoking halt if he had.

There’s also no question that Bible-thumpin’ doorway-blockin’ good ol’ Southern Methodist George C. Wallace would have brought it to a screeching, smoking halt if by some long chance he had made it to the Oval Office—but he was brought to a screeching, smoking halt himself on 15 May 1972, just months before the CIA’s secret contract and the Presidential elections. That eliminated the Wallace problem.

The Washington Post’s hotshot Watergate reporters, Woodward and Bernstein (hereinafter, “Woodstein”), didn’t find out about it.

Grandfatherly Walter Kronkite never announced it on the CBS Evening News. Nor did government watchdogs Jack Anderson or Seymour Hersh ever write a syllable about it.

The 1975 Rockefeller Commission—formally known as the United States President’s Commission on CIA Activities Within the United States—never revealed it, even though the CIA program had been going on within the United States for two years when the commission was empaneled. That committee was headed up by then Vice President of the United States Nelson Rockefeller. Having Rockefeller in charge of an investigation of the CIA was like sending a velociraptor to guard the henhouse. During the Eisenhower administration in the 1950s Rockefeller had “headed the secret ‘Forty Committee,’ a group of high government officials who were charged with overseeing the CIA’s clandestine operations.” Between 1969 and 1974—throughout Watergate and at the very time that the CIA was laying the groundwork for stealing the secret Scientology OT Levels—Nelson Rockefeller had been a key member of the President’s Foreign Intelligence Board, closely tied to Director of Central Intelligence Richard Helms, and to Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs Henry Kissinger. Rockefeller, of all people, probably did know that in some devious way the CIA had managed to get past Hubbard and get its hands on his OT Levels, but the committee never reported a single word about it to the American public.

One startling revelation did emerge from the creation of the Rockefeller Commission, though not from the committee itself or its proceedings. It came from the loose lips of President Gerald Ford after he set up the commission:

On January 16, 1975, the President held a luncheon in the White House for the publisher of The New York Times, Arthur Ochs Sulzberger, and some of his top editors, including the managing editor A. M Rosenthal. At the end of an hour or so of general discussion, Rosenthal asked Ford how he expected the Rockefeller Commission to be trusted when its membership was so heavily weighted by conservative figures with a history of hard-line political beliefs and sympathy for the military. Ford explained with unusual candor that the commission’s mandate was strictly limited to CIA activities within the United States and he didn’t want anybody on it who might stray off the reservation and begin rummaging about in the recesses of CIA history. If they did they might stumble onto things which would blacken the name of the United States and every President since Truman.

“Like what?” asked Rosenthal.

“Like assassinations!” Ford shot back. And then it sank in on him what he had said, and to whom he had said it. “That’s off the record!” he quickly added.

Another investigative committee, the so-called Church Committee, also met in 1975. Chaired by Senator Frank Church and formally known as the United States Senate Select Committee to Study Governmental Operations with Respect to Intelligence Activities, it also somehow whiffed finding out about this CIA scandal using the Scientologists. Not a single peep in its report. Then again, Senator Church had been stonewalled by Nelson Rockefeller:

When Senator Church asked for materials from the White House, he was told that the papers had been given to the Rockefeller Commission. When the senator demanded the papers from Rockefeller, the vice president declined to provide them on the grounds that only the president could grant access to the papers.

It’s not really surprising that Congress and the American people remained blissfully stupid about the CIA’s long-running dirty little secret. Hal Puthoff, in a 2008 talk at The Arlington Institute, revealed that the program had been more than merely Top Secret; he described it as a Special Access program, meaning that it was also code-word protected. In Puthoff’s words: “Someone could have a Top Secret clearance, but they could not get access to the program or any of its results unless they were on a special list.”

Somehow, right in the middle of the Watergate scandal, the CIA secretly and illicitly had got religion—and had it under government contract, Hubbard and his copyrights and his edicts be damned.

 

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