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couldn’t of said it better

Posted in info attack, misk, my fealings on August 8, 2011 by Agent Foxx

Dr. John A. Palmer

Posted in gov files, info attack, misk, random on December 1, 2010 by Agent Foxx

John A. Palmer graduated from Duke University with a B.A. in psychology and received his Ph.D. in psychology from the University of Texas at Austin. After spending two years on the psychology faculty at McGill University, he entered parapsychology on a full-time basis. In addition to heading the graduate program in parapsychology at John F. Kennedy University from 1977-1981, he has held research positions at the University of Virginia, University of California at Davis, and the University of Utrecht in The Netherlands. He has served twice as President of the Parapsychological Association. He is presently Director of Research at the Rhine Research Center in Durham, NC, where he also edits the Journal of Parapsychology and serves as Director of their Summer Study Program for students. Dr. Palmer has published numerous scientific articles and book chapters, and he is co-author of the book Foundations of Parapsychology: Exploring the Boundaries of Human Capability.

Director of Research, Rhine Research Center Durham, NC
President of the Parapsychological Association 1971, 1979, 1992.
Editor, Journal of Parapsychology

The Parapsychological Association, Inc. (PA) is the international professional organization of scientists and scholars engaged in the study of ‘psi’ (or ‘psychic’) experiences, such as telepathy, clairvoyance, remote viewing, psychokinesis, psychic healing, and precognition.

Such experiences seem to challenge contemporary conceptions of human nature and of the physical world. They appear to involve the transfer of information and the influence of physical systems independently of time and space, via mechanisms we cannot currently explain.

The primary objective of the Parapsychological Association is to achieve a scientific understanding of these experiences.

In view of this, PA members develop and refine methodologies for studying psi and its physical, biological or psychological underpinnings. They assess hypotheses and theories through experiments, conceptual models and field investigations, and seek to integrate their findings with other scientific domains. PA members also explore the meaning and impact of psychic experiences in human society, and assess the possibility of practical applications and technologies.
While covering a wide range of perspectives, the PA, as a whole, is committed to:


Promoting scholarship and scientific inquiry into currently unexplained aspects of human experience

Disseminating responsible information to the wider public and to the scientific community

Integrating this information with knowledge from other disciplines

Psi research: balancing openness and rigor
Psi experiences have been reported throughout history, in all cultures. Even today, as multiple surveys show, a wide segment of the world’s population reports having had at least one experience that they believe to have been psychic.

These experiences, and the phenomena associated with them, are the subject matter of parapsychology. PA members use well-developed scientific methods to determine to what extent psi phenomena can be explained through presently understood processes — whether physical or psychological — and to what extent they may point to unknown forces and laws, or necessitate a revised model of consciousness and its relationship to the world.

Historically, science has made major advances in its understanding of the world through observation of ‘anomalies’– phenomena or data that did not fit into the concepts of the time. On the other hand, scientific and academic institutions are justifiably cautious about adopting radically new principles, and they tend to be quite conservative in accepting the reality of anomalous phenomena.

The PA is dedicated to ensuring that legitimate caution does not equate to dismissal or active avoidance, thus merely propagating our ignorance. To preclude science from stagnating into dogma, it is vital that we improve our understanding of our world, of ourselves and our experience. If new principles of physics, biology or psychology do underlie psi experiences, then our current knowledge of human nature and the world around us is incomplete — and it will remain so, until the scientific community makes a sustained effort to understand these experiences.

An interdisciplinary matrix
Most likely, psi phenomena involve complex interactions between various subjective, interpersonal and environmental factors. Accordingly, parapsychology is an interdisciplinary field, with specialists from the biological, physical, behavioral and social sciences. Approaches for investigating psi vary widely, including laboratory experimentation, field work, analytical studies, phenomenological approaches, case studies, surveys and historical research. PA members also engage in the construction of theoretical models and the development of new methodological and statistical tools.

The diversity found within PA membership also leads to many different ‘schools of thought’ regarding the phenomena studied — ranging from those who suspect that psi will eventually turn out to be an artifact of no major significance, to those who believe it will be accounted for through new developments in physics or biology, to those who argue that psi phenomena suggest a basis for spiritual beliefs.

PA Conventions and Publications
The PA provides an international forum for scholarly exchange through annual conferences, generally held in North America or in Europe, and through publication of the proceedings from these conferences. The PA has also sponsored special sessions for interdisciplinary scientific audiences, such as the American Association for the Advancement of Science.

There are five PA-affiliated, peer-reviewed journals: The Journal of Parapsychology, the Journal of the American Society for Psychical Research, the Journal of the Society for Psychical Research, the European Journal of Parapsychology, and the International Journal of Parapsychology. PA members publish their work in these journals, as well as in the journals of their respective disciplines or in interdisciplinary publications.

About the organization
The PA was first established in 1957, and has been an affiliated organization of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) since 1969. As of the year 2002, there are approximately 300 PA members from all over the world.

The PA is a private, non-profit, 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization, governed by Bylaws and with nine elected Directors. The PA is a non-adjudicating organization and endorses no ideologies or beliefs other than the value of rigorous scientific and scholarly inquiry.


Submitted on 2009/09/24 at 17:41

“there not making weres…The tests have more to do with super strength, and stamina abilities, following Hitlers plan is basically the jest of it…The ultimate super human with the attributes that correspond to the likes of the new game prototype. They are making several different types of these super humans including tanks, stealth specialists, and gunners with abilities corresponding to the human body never before seen in the history of mankind. Its extremely scary and interesting at the same time. not leaking were I got this info from, but the images are spectacular…”

Submitted on 2009/09/24 at 17:57

“its an abomination, and im reading here that they are planning on dispatching several of these things into the middle east pretty soon so there may be a interesting headline on nbc come Wednesday or later. O and here it sais that temporary changes can be taken through a serum…holly *^&^#”

Submitted on 2009/09/24 at 18:05

“yeah there working on one is what I meant. “scientist john Palmer researches the possible alternative to full change” is what I read.”

Im about as confused as you are rite now ill hope fully have some more on this guy soon im looking for one of his books to.

Agent Foxx

lol look at how they messed up big time!?!

Posted in gov files, info attack, misk, random on July 7, 2010 by Agent Foxx

Message from the Director: Independence Day

Statement to Employees by Director of the Central Intelligence Agency Leon E. Panetta on Independence Day
July 1, 2010

We at the CIA celebrate our national birthday knowing that we help protect a great country. In defending it, we help preserve values fundamental to all humanity: that we are created equal, and that all people “are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty, and the pursuit of Happiness.”

Those words are America. Our country holds a special place in the world. Our leaders are elected, our rights are clear, and our laws matter. We have championed those principles beyond our shores so that others can benefit from the truth and reason embodied in the Declaration of Independence. Its message is timeless and knows no borders.

CIA’s mission is to safeguard America. We can accomplish that only if we reflect the very best of America. That is a commitment each of us must make, each and every day. I am deeply grateful for your service—especially those of you on duty this weekend—and I’m very proud of your exceptional dedication to what Independence Day is all about.

Have a happy Fourth!

Leon E. Panetta

Posted: Jul 01, 2010 12:03 PM
Last Updated: Jul 01, 2010 12:04 PM
Last Reviewed: Jul 01, 2010 12:03 PM

According to this it is only speaking to employees of the CIA.
“are endowed by their Creator” wtf? are you seeing what I’m seeing?
“benefit from the truth and reason embodied in the Declaration of Independence” what the hell you corrupted it you greedy bitches!?!
“Its message is timeless and knows no borders.”another mention of a ONE WORLD GOVERNMENT!
wow lol only “exceptional dedication” lol they ain’t dedicated there greedy and want the money. (unless of course they are blind of this situation)

I always love how they screw up.

till next time

GI JOE :knowing is half the battle

Posted in Death is only the begining, info attack, misk, my fealings, poems, Qs and As, random, the Qs of life, verse of the day on March 9, 2010 by Agent Foxx

Hey all I recently saw this phrase again* lol “knowing is half the battle”. Well if knowing is half the battle then whats the other 50%?

In life’s battles we already know what the first 5o% is right? (and if you don’t your a complete idiot) So what is the other half you are probably wandering rite? Well I believe that some of you have not even got on the pie chart gust yet. 1st if you don’t know Christ then you cant get on the chart ever! 2nd if you know Christ then your 50% which most of you will always stay at. BUT 3rd if you put your life fully out in faith that God will come through then you reward will be in abundance (and yes i do use that word regularly) but if you are stuck at 2 then you will be ether lying to your self all you life about making it that far of you don’t truly going out on faith.

For example if God told you to walk off a cliff in true faith and he would send a angle to rescue you right before you hit the bottom then he said if you have the slightest doubt i will allow you to hit the bottom could you truly do it?

If he told you to kill the Pastor because he is a false profit and he would protect you from the law but if you doubted him ever so slightly He would let them kill you could you do it?

What if he told you that some drunken dude would come buy and shoot you and he would bring you back to life but if you have the slightest doubt in him he would not bring you back from the grave could you do it?

Now if you are like Paul then yes yes you could do it but if you are one of the scum who call them self’s Christians who arn’t you would die. You ether need to step up or step down its your choice answer the call or the door or read the letter He has sent you do what He told you to do in true faith for Him or suffer the ultimate punishment hell.

Like i said its time to improve or move step up or step down be the best or settle for average. Its your choice what will you do in His name?

Agent Foxx

President Obama and CIA Director Panetta Speak at CIA Memorial Service

Posted in gov files, info attack on February 19, 2010 by Agent Foxx

February 5, 2010

The Central Intelligence Agency today held a memorial service at its headquarters for the seven Americans killed in eastern Afghanistan on December 30th. Family members and more than a thousand Agency officers gathered in attendance, along with guests including President Obama and senior officials from the Intelligence Community, the White House, and the Pentagon, as well as members of Congress.

President Obama spoke of the country’s gratitude to the families. “Everything you instilled in them — the virtues of service and decency and duty — were on display that December day. That is what you gave them. That is what you gave to America. And our nation will be forever in your debt.” He told CIA officers that their “seven heroes” were at the vanguard of a mission vital to national security. “Let their sacrifice be a summons. To carry on their work. To complete this mission. To win this war, and to keep our country safe.”

CIA Director Leon E. Panetta paid tribute to the talent and accomplishments of the fallen, telling their loved ones that Agency officers “simply cannot do these jobs — we can’t do these jobs — without the love and support of our families.” He called the seven “genuine patriots” who “lived up to our highest principles,” and pledged that CIA would strive to be worthy of them. Panetta added: “As they worked to protect lives, they sacrificed their own. For this, we honor them — now and always…We will carry this fight to the enemy. Our resolve is unbroken, our energy undiminished, and our dedication to each other and to our nation, unshakable.”

CIA Headquarters
Langley, Virginia

THE PRESIDENT: America’s intelligence agencies are a community, and the CIA is a family. That is how we gather here today. I speak as a grateful Commander-in-Chief who relies on you. There are members of Congress here who support you. Leaders — Leon Panetta, Steve Kappes — who guide you. And most of all, family, friends and colleagues who love you and grieve with you.

For more than 60 years, the security of our nation has demanded that the work of this agency remain largely unknown. But today, our gratitude as citizens demands that we speak of seven American patriots who loved their country and gave their lives to defend it:

[Names redacted.]

They came from different corners of our country — men and women — and each walked their own path to that rugged base in the mountains. Some had come to this work after a lifetime of protecting others — in law enforcement, in the military; one was just a few years out of college.

Some had devoted years, decades, even, to unraveling the dark web of terrorists that threatened us; others, like so many of you, joined these ranks when 9/11 called a new generation to service. Some had spent years on dangerous tours around the globe; others had just arrived in harm’s way.

But there, at the remote outpost, they were bound by a common spirit. They heard their country’s call and answered it. They served in the shadows and took pride in it. They were doing their job and they loved it. They saw the danger and accepted it. They knew that the price of freedom is high and, in an awful instant, they paid that price.

There are no words that can ease the ache in your hearts. But to their colleagues and all who served with them — those here today, those still recovering, those watching around the world — I say: Let their sacrifice be a summons. To carry on their work. To complete this mission. To win this war, and to keep our country safe.

To their parents — it is against the natural order of life for parents to lay their children to rest. Yet these weeks of solemn tribute have revealed for all to see — that you raised remarkable sons and daughters. Everything you instilled in them — the virtues of service and decency and duty — were on display that December day. That is what you gave them. That is what you gave to America. And our nation will be forever in your debt.

To the spouses — your husbands and wives raised their hand and took an oath to protect and defend the country that they loved. They fulfilled that oath with their life. But they also took your hand and made a vow to you. And that bond of love endures, from this world to the next. Amidst grief that is sometimes unbearable, may you find some comfort in our vow to you — that this agency, and this country, will stand with you and support you always.

And to the beautiful children — I know that this must be so hard and confusing, but please always remember this. It wasn’t always easy for your mom or dad to leave home. But they went to another country to defend our country. And they gave their lives to protect yours. And as you grow, the best way to keep their memory alive and the highest tribute you can pay to them is to live as they lived, with honor and dignity and integrity.

They served in secrecy, but today every American can see their legacy. For the record of their service — and of this generation of intelligence professionals — is written all around us. It’s written in the extremists who no longer threaten our country — because you eliminated them. It’s written in the attacks that never occurred — because you thwarted them. And it’s written in the Americans, across this country and around the world, who are alive today — because you saved them.

And should anyone here ever wonder whether your fellow citizens truly appreciate that service, you need only remember the extraordinary tributes of recent weeks: the thousands of Americans who have sat down at their computers and posted messages to seven heroes they never knew; in the outpouring of generosity to the memorial foundation that will help support these proud families.

And along a funeral procession in Massachusetts, in the freezing cold, mile after mile, friends and total strangers paying their respects, small children holding signs saying “thank you.” And a woman holding up a large American flag because, she said simply, “He died for me and my family.”

As a nation, we pledge to be there for you and your families. We need you more than ever. In an ever-changing world where new dangers emerge suddenly, we need you to be one step ahead of nimble adversaries. In this information age, we need you to sift through vast universes of data to find intelligence that can be acted upon swiftly. And in an era of technology and unmanned systems, we still need men and women like these seven — professionals of skill and talent and courage who are willing to make the ultimate sacrifice to protect our nation.

Because of them, because of you, a child born in America today is welcomed into a country that is proud and confident, strong and hopeful — just as Molly Roberson welcomed her daughter Piper this week, both of whom join us today. Piper will never know her dad, Scott. But thanks to Molly, she will know what her father stood for — a man who served his country, who did his duty, and who gave his life to keep her safe.

And on some distant day, years from now, when she is grown, if Piper — or any of these children — seeks to understand for themselves, they’ll need only come here — to Langley, through these doors, and stand before that proud Memorial Wall that honors the fallen.

And perhaps they’ll run their fingers over the stars that recall their parent’s service. Perhaps they’ll walk over to that Book of Honor, turn the pages, and see their parent’s names. And at that moment of quiet reflection, they will see what we all know today — that our nation is blessed to have men and women such as these. That we are humbled by their service, that we give thanks for every day that you keep us safe.

May God bless these seven patriots, may he watch over their families. And may God bless the United States of America.


Mr. President, Honored Guests, my colleagues from the CIA, Ladies and Gentlemen: Today we come together to honor seven courageous men and women. And to their loved ones, we come together to offer our comfort, our support, and our lasting gratitude.

As Director, I have never had a more difficult duty than to bid farewell to colleagues taken from us. From Dover, to the family services, to this memorial, it is tough to say good-bye. Within this Agency, they were more than co-workers or friends — they were part of our family. And as family, even knowing that God has a plan for each human life, it’s hard to accept the sudden loss of so many good and decent people.

Thank you, Mr. President, for being here — you honor us with your presence, and I thank you. Thank you, Madam Speaker — you also honor us with your presence. We are also joined this morning by many senior officials — from the Intelligence Community, the White House, the Congress, the Pentagon, and many other places. You, too, are part of our family, because the responsibility to protect and defend the nation belongs to all of us. On behalf of the entire Agency, I thank you for your support, both public and private, during these difficult days. Your presence here is important to all of us.

The deepest grief, of course, is felt by those who knew our officers best and who loved them most — who called them husband and wife, father, mother, son, daughter, sister, brother.

Despite the pain and the grief, the families of our fallen have been pillars of strength. As tragic as this event has been, you are our inspiration. Thank you for sharing with us your loved ones — these extraordinary people. All they are and all they achieved is because of you. We simply cannot do these jobs — we can’t do these jobs — without the love and support of our families. We are forever grateful for the support and for the love. We are forever grateful for the sacrifices all of you made as they faithfully served our nation. We are honored to have you as part of the CIA family because, in a very real way, your love is what made them patriots. They gave their lives because they loved you — and they wanted all of us, and all of you — to have a safer nation.

Six decades ago, Adlai Stevenson famously described patriotism as “the tranquil and steady dedication of a lifetime.” What he said next was equally important, and I quote: “These are words that are easy to utter. But this is a mighty assignment. For it is easier to fight for principles than to live up to them.”

The men and women we remember today are genuine patriots. They took on that mighty assignment. They not only fought for this nation, they lived up to our highest principles. They understood that America is more than a place. It is the keeper of our ideal — that all people deserve to live in freedom and without fear.

Devotion to that ideal brought our colleagues to Khowst, that little known outpost in Afghanistan. Like others before them, they stepped forward to perform a very dangerous, but essential, mission. They collected intelligence — which was what they were trained to do — that simply cannot be obtained anywhere else. With courage and skill, they worked to defeat the most urgent threat of our time. And as they worked to protect lives, they sacrificed their own. For this, we honor them — now and always.
* * * * *

These remarkable men and women are the story of America. They are the heart and soul of this great country. Their devotion to duty is the foundation of our country. Throughout history, our nation’s strength has rested on the service and the sacrifice of individual Americans — brave warriors who believed that the life of the nation was worth their own lives. The officers killed and wounded on December 30th upheld that enduring truth.

In silent service to our country, they accepted great risks, and they bore heavy burdens. They can rest now in the knowledge that they did their duty: They helped to keep our nation safe.

In their name and in their honor, the men and women of CIA will carry on their noble mission. Each of their stars — stars that we see here — will be emblazoned on our Memorial Wall, and will forever be a reminder of their sacrifice — and will forever be an inspiration to carry on their mission. For this Agency — by virtue of its purpose and its people — we find strength in adversity. We are on the front lines. We will carry this fight to the enemy. Our resolve is unbroken, our energy undiminished, and our dedication to each other and to our nation, unshakable.

Posted: Feb 16, 2010 01:24 PM
Last Updated: Feb 16, 2010 05:21 PM
Last Reviewed: Feb 16, 2010 01:24 PM