Today is the big day (maybe) when a new slew of JFK assassination files (over 3,000 previously classified documents and another 30,000+ previously redacted docs) are scheduled to be released…unless President Trump changes his mind at the last second, which wouldn’t surprise me one bit. (Nothing surprises me with this guy anymore!)
Assuming that these files do indeed see the light of day, I’m not necessarily expecting any great revelations to emerge from them — like what the hell happened to JFK’s brain or was Oswald the victim of Radio-Hypnotic Intracerebral Control (R.H.I.C.) and Electronic Dissolution of Memory (E.D.O.M.)???
However, it’s curious to note that Trump was apparently advised by his National Security Council team to hold back portions of these files due to concerns about “sources and methods” which seems a bit odd after all these years that any of the HUMINT sources are still alive and/or methods of intelligence gathering still need to be protected.
But never fear JFK assassination junkies, Roger Stone (of Infowars and Guccifer 2.0 fame…not to mention a huge tattoo of Nixon on his back) claims he intervened with a phone call to his buddy Trump and convinced the orange-haired one to OK the release of the materials—or at least Stone’s taking credit for it—but he’s such a bag of wind, who knows.
In a recent post at HistoriaDiscordia.com, I entertained the possibility that this forthcoming release may have materials related to Kerry Thornley, the cofounder of Discordianism and alleged Oswald double and possible MK-ULTRA patsy—a claim that’s not as outlandish as it may seem at first blush. (Read the article to find out more, and also be sure to check out my article “The Prankster and the Assassin” here on the Grail!)
To add another twist to all of this, famed psychic spoon bender Uri Geller came out with this Facebook post a few days ago:
To all my dear friends,
As you know, for decades I wasn’t able to talk about the secret testing the CIA carried out on me, until the CIA released millions of documents at the beginning of this year which included the files on me, and now I am extensively featured on the official CIA website.
Something else is about to happen of a similar nature, due to President Trump’s decision to declassify documents on the JFK assassination.
The ‘JFK Files’ have remained secret since his assassination in 1963, and President Trump has revealed that he is not going to block their release.
This means the National Archives must release the files by Thursday, which include over 3,000 previously top secret documents that have never been seen by the public, and another thirty thousand documents which were released but were redacted.
Although this tragic event happened so long ago it seems that there is still serious interest to discover the real truth.
What this means for me, is that for the first time in nearly 50 years, I can go public with my involvement in the investigation into the JFK assassination.
I was already in Mexico City at the time. One of my roles included being a secret agent for the Mexican treasury department, and if you find this hard to believe, just watch the Secret Life of Uri Geller, here: https://goo.gl/aTAi5N – and forward the video to 47:40 to see the interview with US Customs special agent Charlie Koczka.
Besides other assignments I had in Mexico City, for the CIA, which are well documented in my biographies and autobiographies, a CIA agent in Mexico City tasked me among other assignments, with investigating whether Lee Harvey Oswald acted alone or had accomplices – including the backing of sub-national organisations such as the Mafia or international organisations such as the KGB.
This assignment took me in the early 1970’s, inter alia, to Mexico City to the Russian Embassy where Oswald had travelled shortly before he shot the American president.
I was able to shed some light on organisations he may have been in contact with, but these did not include any US agencies, the Mafia or Lyndon Johnson.
I also met Jackie Kennedy at her apartment in New York. She had some involvement with the book URI that was written about me by Andrija Puharich, who had links to the CIA. I relayed these findings to her, since she was absolutely determined to discover the truth. She and I stayed in touch, and I still have correspondence from her.
I wonder if I will also feature in the JFK files about to be released, as I did in the released CIA documents in January – or whether my involvement will be redacted, or totally left out because of the information I delivered to the agent in Mexico City. If this is the case, sadly I will never be able to reveal what I discovered, because it is quite shocking.
While there’s a lot to unpackage in Uri’s post, it’s no secret he’s long been linked to various intel agencies, in specific the “secret testing” he mentions, which was a joint CIA/DIA funded program code-named Project Stargate conducted at Stanford Research Institute in the early 1970s, overseen by Dr. Hal Puthoff and Dr. Russell Targ. These experiments included remote viewing as well as tests of Uri’s purported psychic abilities a la his spoon bending routine. The CIA liaison for Project Stargate was Dr. Christopher “Kit” Green who staffed the so-called “weird desk” at Langley that catalogued UFO reports and other unexplained phenomena. Green has often been referred to as the real life Fox Mulder.
It’s been rumored that much of the mythology that informed UFO culture of the 1970s and 80s (ala MJ-12/Dulce/Roswell Crash) was originally remote-viewed by a former Air Force physicist named Dale Graff. It should be noted that Kit Green, Hal Puthoff and Dale Graff have all been alleged to be members of The Aviary, that legendary spooky group of intelligence agency insiders who purportedly hold the keys to the UFO mysteries.
Uri’s Project Stargate activities overlapped with his involvement during this same period with Dr. Andrija Puharich, who also had his own deep history of intelligence agency connections. In the late 1940s, Puharich founded the Round Table Foundation, a paranormal research group that was funded by the deep pockets of east coast socialites and industrialists. Using a stable of psychics, Puharich’s group were said to have come into contact with some ‘Ascended Master’ types known as the “Council of Nine” who, in turn, were in contact with space aliens. Concurrent with these “Council of Nine” communications, Puharich served as a medical physician with the U.S. Army (from 1952-1954) stationed at Edgewood Arsenal and Fort Detrick where he was involved in human experimentation projects that overlapped with the CIA’s MK-ULTRA program.
At some point, Puharich placed Uri under hypnotic trance and Uri recalled an encounter from his youth with a “silvery mass of light.” The light identified itself with a name straight out of a James Bond movie: SPECTRA, a “conscious super-computer aboard a spaceship” which sounds rather similar to Philip K. Dick’s VALIS. Geller described SPECTRA as his “programmer” — another curious descriptor in light of Puharich’s possible MK-ULTRA ties. Puharich came to believe that Geller was “specifically created to serve as an intermediary between a ‘divine’ intelligence and man” and that SPECTRA was, in essence, an emissary of The Nine. In addition to channeling SPECTRA, Puharich and Geller purportedly witnessed a wide range of weird paranormal activity, including messages from SPECTRA that appeared on blank audio tapes, not to mention several UFO sightings and the teleportation of objects.
So we’ve got a little bit of everything in this story: intelligence agency spooks, super secret programs, UFOs, the JFK assassination, paranormal phenomenon…and of course, Uri!
Uri and Puharich parted ways soon after Project Stargate closed shop, which is presumably the period when Uri was recruited to be a spy. If you watch the video embedded in Uri’s post, he makes all sort of grandiose claims about his days working clandestinely for not only the CIA, but Mossad and the Mexican government.
As far as I know, none of these aforementioned agencies have ever copped to any of this, aside from Geller’s involvement in Project Stargate, though of course none of them would ever admit to it — that’s not how intel agencies roll…never confirm or deny…Glomar.
And so to claim you did this or that for this or that intel agency is a good self-promotion ploy if you want to go down that road (assuming Uri has made up a lot of these claims that he was some sort of paranormal super-spy.) Of course, Uri would have made the perfect spy; being a celebrity he had a reason for traveling around the world to perform his stage act, and was known to rub elbows at the height of his fame with big-shot politicians and other world leaders.
In his Facebook post, Uri states that while working for the Mexican government in the 1970s he was recruited by the CIA to remote view what Oswald had been up to in Mexico, and to try to figure out what parties were involved in JFK’s assassination. To this end, Uri hints that he may have identified — or remote viewed — who some of these players were. Though he rules out that LBJ or any government agencies were involved, which I’m sure would be a big letdown to Roger Stone, who would love to blame JFK’s assassination on the Deep State, and in specific Hillary Clinton and uranium.
I guess we’ll soon see what secrets the ‘JFK FILES’ hold!