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Part 1, 1972-1973 FIX AND REPOST
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10 APRIL 2000:
Part 1, 1972-1973 FIX AND REPOST (Continued)

Monday, 01 c. January 1973
George Bush's position as US Ambassador to the United Nations comes to
an end.
SOURCE: "George Bush: the Unauthorized Biography," a book by Webster G.
Tarpley & Anton Chaitkin, on the web at
http://www.kmf.org/williams/bushbook/bush11.html

Friday, 05 January 1973
President Richard M. Nixon announces a reorganization of the Executive
Branch, putting into effect as much of his 1971 plan as possible without
congressional approval.
SOURCE: Encyclopedia Britannica Book of the Year World Chronology,
1965-1983

Thursday, 11 January 1973
Govenor Ronald Reagan, of California, announces plans for a "Center for
the Study and Reduction of Violence," to be headed by Dr. Joylon "Jolly"
West, a psychiatrist, and with funding to come from the state and from
The Law Enforcement Assistance Administration (LEAA). The center is to
serve as a model for future facilities to be set up throughout the
United States. Some of theplanned areas of study for the Center include
studies of violentindividuals, experiments on prisoners from Vacaville
and Atascadero, experiments on hyperkinetic children, experiments with
violence-producing and violent inhibiting drugs, hormonal aspects of
passivity and aggressiveness in boys, studies to discover and compare
norms of violence among various ethnic groups, and studies of
"pre-delinquent" children. Plans also include encouragement to law
enforcement to keep computer files on "pre-delinquent" children, which
would make possible the treatment of children "before they become
delinquents."
    With the backing of Governor Reagan and Earl Brian, Governor
Reagan's Secretary of Health, West has secured guarantees of prisoner
volunteers from several California correctional institutions, including
Vacaville. Dr. Brian, is adamant about his support for mind control
centers in California. He feels that the behavior modification plans of
the Violence Control Centers are important in the prevention of crime.
    According to the referenced source, the Violence Control Center is
actually the brain child of William Herrmann, a CIA agent, as part of a
"pacification plan" for California. A counter-insurgency expert for
Systems Development Corporation and an advisor to Governor Reagan,
Herrmann works with the Stand Research Institute, the RAND Corporation,
and the Hoover Center on Violence.
SOURCE: Article: "Mind Control" By Harry V. Martin and David Caul,
available on the Internet

Thursday, 11 January 1973
A major restructuring of the US Army's domestic command strructure is
announced.
SOURCE: Encyclopedia Britannica Book of the Year World Chronology,
1965-1983

Monday, 15 c. January 1973
Jim Dincalci quote, regarding their stay in New York: "He [LRH] had a
big fatty tumour, a lymphoma, on the top of his head which he said had
slivers of shrapnel in it. We (WE WHO?) had it X-rayed once and had the
film enlarged fifty times to find the shrapnel, but there was nothing
there." NOTE: Date is purely an estimate, and the date of the alleged
X-ray is unknown. This quote comes when Dincalci is talking about war
stories LRH would tell while they were staying in an apartment in "The
Executive" aparment building in New York.
SOURCE: Bare Faced Messiah, Chapter 19--probably from Dincalci's
testimony

Monday, 15 c. January 1973
"In January 1973," MKULTRA records are destroyed by [CIA] Technical
Services Division [TSD, aka TSS, aka OTS] personnel acting on the verbal
orders of Dr. Sidney Gottlieb, Chief of TSD: "Dr. Gottlieb has
testified, and former Director Helms has confirmed, that in ordering the
records destroyed, Dr. Gottlieb was carrying out the verbal order of
then DCI Helms."--Quoted from the 1977 Senate Select Committee on
Intelligence report, Appendix A. [NOTE: Actual date is estimated; only
the month and year given in referenced source.]
SOURCE: Joint Hearing Before the Select Committee on Intelligence and
the Subcommittee on Health and Scientific Research of the Committee on
Human Resources, United States Senate, Ninety-Fifth Congress, First
Session, August 3, 1977, Appendix A

Saturday, 20 January 1973
President Richard Nixon and Vice President Spiro Agnew are sworn in for
their second terms.
SOURCE: Encyclopedia Britannica Book of the Year World Chronology,
1965-1983

Tuesday, 23 January 1973
President Nixon announces that Henry Kissenger and the North Vietnamese
have initialed an agreement to end the Vietnam war.
SOURCE: Encyclopedia Britannica Book of the Year World Chronology,
1965-1983

Saturday, 27 January 1973
Vietnam Peace agreement is formally signed.
SOURCE: Encyclopedia Britannica Book of the Year World Chronology,
1965-1983

Tuesday, 30 January 1973
G. Gordon Liddy and James McCord, Jr. are found guilty of attempting to
spy on Democratic National Committee Headquarters in the Watergate
building complex. (Five other defendants have pleaded guilty.)
SOURCE: Encyclopedia Britannica Book of the Year World Chronology,
1965-1983

Wednesday, 31 January 1973
Date of a CIA document: "Project Files," (19511967) gotten through FOIA.
[NOTE: This document, according to the referenced source, is a
description of the destruction of MKULTRA documents. Congressional
sources say that Richard Helms verbally ordered the destruction of the
documents, which order was carried out by Dr. Sidney Gottlieb, who had
headed MKULTRA since its inception. See entry for 15 c. January 1973.]
SOURCE: Book: "The Search for the Manchurian Candidate," by John Marks,
Chapter 13; NOTE: Source CIA documents are cited in the book.

Thursday, 01 c. February 1973
Hal Puthoff and Russell Targ have meetings with "selected Agency [CIA]
personnel," presumably at CIA headquarters in Langley, Virginia, to
review the results of their research contract with CIA. Several Office
of Research and Development officers show interest in contributiing
their own "expertise and office funding" to the research efforts. (Prior
to this, the contract has been with CIA's Office of Technical Services
[OTS].)
SOURCE: A report, "Parapsychology in Intelligence: A Personal Review and
Conclusions," by Dr. Kenneth A. Kress; appeared in the Winter 1977 issue
of Studies in Intelligence, the CIA's classified internal publication;
report released to the public in 1996

Thursday, 01 c. February 1973
A translation of a Soviet paper, "Report from Movosibirsk: Communicaion
between Cells," appears in Vol. 7, No. 2 of the Journal of
Parapsychology. The report, says that experiments (conducted in "Special
Department No. 8") indicate that cells can communicate illness, such as
a virus infection, despite the fact the cells are physically separated.
The tests show that when one group of cells is contaminated with a
virus, the adjacent group--although separated by quartz glass--catch the
disease. [NOTE: Date estimated from the Vol. and No. information; only
year is known.]
SOURCE: "Amplified Mind Power Research In The Former Soviet Union," by
Martin Ebon

Thursday, 01 c. February 1973
Dr. Jolyon "Jolly" West, named to be head of the California Center for
the Study and Reduction of Violence, writes the following letter to the
Director of Health for California, J.M. Stubblebine:
    "Dear Stub:
    "I am in possession of confidential in formation that the Army is
prepared to turn over Nike missile bases to state and local agencies for
non-military purposes. They may look with special favor on
health-related applications.
    "Such a Nike missile base is located in the Santa Monica Mountains,
within a half-hour's drive of the Neuropsychiatric Institute. It is
accessible, but relatively remote. The site is securely fenced, and
includes various buildings and improvements, making it suitable for
prompt occupancy.
    "If this site were made available to the Neurophyschiatric
Institute as a research facility, perhaps initially as an adjunct to the
new Center for the Prevention of Violence, we could put it to very good
use. Comparative studies could be carried out there, in an isolated but
convenient location, of experimental or model programs for the
alteration of undesirable behavior.
    "Such programs might include control of drug or alcohol abuse,
modification of chronic anti-social or impulsive aggressiveness, etc.
The site could also accommodate conferences or retreats for instruction
of selected groups of mental-health related professionals and of others
(e.g., law enforcement personnel, parole officers, special educators)
for whom both demonstration and participation would be effective modes
of instruction.
    "My understanding is that a direct request by the Governor, or
other appropriate officers of the State, to the Secretary of Defense
(or, of course, the President), could be most likely to produce prompt
results."
SOURCE: Article: "Mind Control" By Harry V. Martin and David Caul,
available on the Internet

Friday, 02 February 1973
Dr. James Schlesinger takes charge as Director of Central Intelligence,
following his appointment on 21 December 1972 [see].
SOURCE: Report "Fifteen DCIs' First 100 Days," prepared January 1993 by
the History Staff in CIA's Center for the Study of Intelligence.

Tuesday, 06 February 1973
An affidavit, submitted to counter claims that LRH was arrested in 1948
[1949?] for a bad check:
    RUTH WARNKEN
    County Clerk
    Telephone 543-1550, EXT/ 231
    COUNTY CLERK
    Courthouse Annex
    SAN LUIS OBISPO, CALIFORNIA - 93401
    February 6, 1973
    I, RUTH WARNKEN, County Clerk of the County of San Luis Obispo,
State of California, and Ex-Officio Clerk of the Superior Court of the
State of California, in and for said County, hereby certify that I have
searced [sic] the index to the Criminal Register of Actions in and for
said county, and that I have found no record of Lafayette Ronald Hubbard
as a defendant in any criminal action during the years 1948-1949
inclusive.
    IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and the seal of said
Superior Court, this 6th day of February, 1973.
    RUTH WARNKEN, County Clerk
    By [signed] Helen Finn
    Deputy Clerk
SOURCE: "Files of the FBI," #307 posted on the internet

Wednesday, 07 February 1973
Former CIA Director Richard Helms appears before the Senate Foreign
Relations Committee. He answers a question put by Senator Stuart
Symington : "Did you try in the Central Intelligence Agency to overthrow
the government in Chile?"--with an unequivocal "No, sir."
    "Did you have any money passed to the opponents of Allende?"
    "No, sir."
    "So the stories you were involved in that war are wrong?"
    "Yes, sir."
[NOTE: It is for this testimony that Richard Helms will later be
subjected to charges of perjury, fined, and sentenced to a two-year
suspended sentence. See entry for 4 November 1977.]
SOURCE: Article: "The Department of Dirty Tricks;" by Thomas Powers;
Atlantic Monthly, August 1979; Volume 244, No. 2; pages 33-64.

Wednesday, 07 February 1973
US Senate votes 77-0 to establish the Select Committee to Investigate
the 1972 Presidential Campaign.
SOURCE: Encyclopedia Britannica Book of the Year World Chronology,
1965-1983

Friday, 09 February 1973
Homer O. Croasmun, Regional Commissioner of IRS for the Western Region,
holds a conference on the "Tax Rebellion Movement in California."
Apparently, this is where the "tax protester" label first appeared.
Minutes of this meeting are now known as the infamous "Croasmun
Memorandum." Attendees: Mr. Croasmun, Regional Director; Mr. Schwartz,
Regional Counsel; Mr. Rowe, Regional Inspector; Mr. Kingman, District
Director, San Francisco; Mr. Schmidt, District Director, Los Angeles;
Mr. McCart, Acting Assistant Regional Commissioner, Intelligence; Mr.
Hansen, Chief, Los Angeles; Mr. Howard, chief, San Fransisco; Mr.
Monzon, chief, Enforcement, Regional Office, BATF; Mr. Vargofcak,
Assistant Special Agent-in-charge, San Fransisco; Mr. Dvorak, Assistant
Regional Inspector; Mr. Pollock, Regional protective Programs Manager;
Mr. Busalacchi, regional Public Affairs Officer; Mr. Krause, Regional
Coordinator, Tax Rebellion Movement.
SOURCE: Croasmun Memorandum, found on internet

Friday, 09 February 1973
Internal Revenue Service serves a summons, Treasury Form 2039, on Church
of Scientology of California (CSC) and Henning Heldt of the Guardians
Office---Vice President of CSC. The summons calls for certain books and
records necessary to the determination of the correct tax liability for
each of the taxable years 1968 and 1969. It is the result of "two years
of negotiations" between IRS and Henning Heldt.
SOURCE: Ruling in U.S. District Court: United States of America and
Robert H. Cluberton, Internal Revenue Agent, Internal Revenue Service,
Petitioners v. Church of Scientology of California and Henning Heldt,
Vice President, Respondents. No. 73-2100-HP United States District
Court; C.D. California. Ruling of 15 November 73

Thursday, 15 c. February 1973
CIA's Office of Research and Discovery (ORD) sends Project Officers to
SRI to report on the psi experiments of Puthoff, et. al, as ORD is
considering joining CIA's Office of Technical Services in sponsoring the
research on a joint program basis.
SOURCE: A report, "Parapsychology in Intelligence: A Personal Review and
Conclusions," by Dr. Kenneth A. Kress; appeared in the Winter 1977 issue
of Studies in Intelligence, the CIA's classified internal publication;
report released to the public in 1996

Friday, 16 February 1973
Henning Heldt ostensibly resigns as a director and Vice President of
CSC. NOTE: See entries for 9 February and 20 February 1973.
SOURCE: Ruling in U.S. District Court: United States of America and
Robert H. Cluberton, Internal Revenue Agent, Internal Revenue Service,
Petitioners v. Church of Scientology of California and Henning Heldt,
Vice President, Respondents. No. 73-2100-HP United States District
Court; C.D. California. Ruling of 15 November 73

Saturday, 17 February 1973
Acting Director of the FBI, L. Patrick Gray III, is nominated by Richard
Nixon to be permanent Director.
SOURCE: Encyclopedia Britannica Book of the Year World Chronology,
1965-1983

Tuesday, 20 February 1973
Henning Heldt appears before Internal Revenue Agent, Robert H.
Cluberton, pursuant to the IRS summons of 9 February 1973 [see]. Heldt
advises Cluberton that on February 16, 1973 [see], he, Heldt, has
resigned as a director and Vice President of the Church, and since he
does not have possession or control of the records sought in the
summons--because of his resignation--he cannot produce the records
sought.
SOURCE: Ruling in U.S. District Court: United States of America and
Robert H. Cluberton, Internal Revenue Agent, Internal Revenue Service,
Petitioners v. Church of Scientology of California and Henning Heldt,
Vice President, Respondents. No. 73-2100-HP United States District
Court; C.D. California. Ruling of 15 November 73

Thursday, 01 c. March 1973
LRH, Jim Dincalci, and Paul Preston move into a different apartment in
Queens, on Codwise Place.
SOURCE: Bare Faced Messiah, Chapter 19--Dincalci's testimony

Tuesday, 06 March 1973
Former CIA Director Richard Helms testifies before the Multinational
Committee, headed by Frank Church.
SOURCE: Article: "The Department of Dirty Tricks;" by Thomas Powers;
Atlantic Monthly, August 1979; Volume 244, No. 2; pages 33-64.

Wednesday, 21 March 1973
A meeting takes place between President Richard Nixon and White House
counsel John Dean. [NOTE: It is this meeting which Nixon will soon claim
as the place and time where he first learned any real details of the
Watergate cover-up.--Ed.]
SOURCE: Encyclopedia Britannica Book of the Year World Chronology,
1965-1983

Friday, 23 March 1973
Convicted Watergate conspirator McCord reportedly tells the Watergate
Committee that he has some evidence that White House officials had prior
knowledge of the break-in, and that perjury has been committed in the
Watergate trial.
SOURCE: Encyclopedia Britannica Book of the Year World Chronology,
1965-1983

Sunday, 01 April 1973
A letter from the Arizona Corporate Commission to [HASI, Inc.] stating
requirements for filing of annual reports. The letter is sent to the
address: P.O. Box 242, Silver Spring, Maryland.
SOURCE: Microfiche record from Arizona Corporations Commission

Monday, 02 April 1973
ITT Chairman Harold Geneen tells a US Senate subcommittee that he will
"accept as true" the testimony of a CIA official [who?] that Geneen had
"offered the CIA money to help prevent the election of Chilean President
Allende."
SOURCE: Encyclopedia Britannica Book of the Year World Chronology,
1965-1983

Thursday, 05 April 1973
President Nixon withdraws the nomination of L. Patrick Gray as FBI
Director following criticism in the Senate Judiciary Committee
nomination hearings that Gray gave FBI reports on the Watergate
break-ins to presidential counsel John Dean.
SOURCE: Encyclopedia Britannica Book of the Year World Chronology,
1965-1983

Sunday, 15 c. April 1973
According to Ingo Swann, a voice in his head says, "Try coordinates"
[for remote viewing]. Swann arrives at the SRI office the next morning
and announces his proposal to have Hal Puthoff and Russell Targ give him
geographical latitude and longitude coordinates, instead of a "target"
to remote view. To Puthoff and Targ, the idea doesn't make sense. Swann
persists, and raises his voice, and threatens to leave SRI. His threats
aren't necessarily idle. By this time he has already departed four or
five times for short periods, sometimes to pursue other projects, but
other times just to signal his annoyance at the way things are going.
Puthoff and Targ finally relent, agreeing to try Swann's coordinate
clairvoyance scheme, unofficially and temporarily, during their
late-afternoon coffee breaks.
SOURCE: Book, "Remote Viewers--The Secret History," Chapter 7

Sunday, 15 c. April 1973
Quoted directly from the referenced source--CIA Project Officer over the
SRI experiments, Ken Kress:
    "About this time, a third sensitive subject, Pat Price, became
available at SRI, and the remote viewing experiments in which a subject
describes his impressions of remote objects or lacations began in
earnest." (NOTE: Kress is referring to a time period around mid-late
April, as evidenced by a reference memorandum dated 20 April 1973
[see].)
OUTPOINTS: CONTRARY FACTS: This is a vitally important discrepancy,
because all other accounts, including Hal Puthoffs, assert that Pat
Price came on board at SRI 1 June 1973 [see]. Kress is putting Price in
the picture as early as 15 April. Kress's assertion is further supported
by his claim that during the 1 June 1973 [see] "coordinate remote
viewing" experiment that targetted the sensitive NSA facility, "no maps
were allowed" for BOTH viewers--including Price. Puthoff's account
asserts that Price was given the coordinates over the phone--in which
case it would have been impossible to run the "no maps" control on
Price. One of these accounts, or both of them, are false.
SOURCE: A report, "Parapsychology in Intelligence: A Personal Review and
Conclusions," by Dr. Kenneth A. Kress; appeared in the Winter 1977 issue
of Studies in Intelligence, the CIA's classified internal publication;
report released to the public in 1996

Sunday, 15 April 1973
John Dean tells federal prosecutors about the burglary of Dr. Lewis
Fielding's office in Los Angeles, engineered by E. Howard Hunt, with the
CIA's assistance [see entry for 15 c. September 1971].
SOURCE: Article: "The Department of Dirty Tricks;" by Thomas Powers;
Atlantic Monthly, August 1979; Volume 244, No. 2; pages 33-64.

Monday, 16 April 1973
E. Howard Hunt confirms for federal prosecutors what John Dean has told
them about the burglary of Dr. Lewis's office in Los Angeles [see entry
for 15 c. September 1971], engineered by Hunt, with the CIA's
assistance.
SOURCE: Article: "The Department of Dirty Tricks;" by Thomas Powers;
Atlantic Monthly, August 1979; Volume 244, No. 2; pages 33-64.

Tuesday, 17 April 1973
Richard Nixon announces that "major developments" have resulted from a
new inquiry he has initiated at the White House, and that White House
aides will be permitted to testify before the Senate Watergate
Committee; press secretary Ron Zeigler says previous statements denying
White House involvement in Watergate are now "inoperative."
SOURCE: Encyclopedia Britannica Book of the Year World Chronology,
1965-1983

Thursday, 19 April 1973
Jeb Stuart MacGruder accuses former Attorney General John Mitchell and
presidential counsel John Dean of planning the Watergate bugging [sic].
John Dean issues a statement that he will not "become a scapegoat." US
Attorney General Richard Kleindienst removes himself from the Watergate
investigation because friends are involved.
SOURCE: Encyclopedia Britannica Book of the Year World Chronology,
1965-1983

Friday, 20 April 1973
CIA's Office of Research and Development decides to become involved in
the SRI psi research, requests an increase in the scope of the effort,
and transfers funds for same to CIA's Office of Technical Services
(OTS). CITE: "C/TSD; Memorandum for Assistant Deputy Director for
Operations; Subject: Request for Approval of Contract; 20 April 1973
(SECRET)."
SOURCE: A report, "Parapsychology in Intelligence: A Personal Review and
Conclusions," by Dr. Kenneth A. Kress; appeared in the Winter 1977 issue
of Studies in Intelligence, the CIA's classified internal publication;
report released to the public in 1996

Friday, 20 April 1973
Former US Attorney General John Mitchell testifies before the federal
grand jury investigating Watergate. He later tells reporters that he had
"heard discussions" of the bugging plans, but had not approved them.
SOURCE: Encyclopedia Britannica Book of the Year World Chronology,
1965-1983

Friday, 20 April 1973
L. Ron Hubbard allegedly devises the "Snow White" Program for the
Guardian's Office (GO), in an effort to locate and remove false files
held by governments around the world.
SOURCE: Chris Owen Time Line, posted on the internet; CITE: Guardian
Order 732, 20 April 1973

Friday, 20 April 1973
According to the referenced source, LRH writes the "original Snow White
plan." Allegedly included in it is "Project Hunter," which is quoted
below:
    PGM SNOW WHITE
    PROJECT HUNTER
    SWOT 15. United States
    The reference on this project is Record Correction.
    According to Paris Police reports the US has falsely reported on
LRH.
    This means that the Treasury Dept US Liaison with Interpol and
possibly the FBI have and have forwarded false reports to many other
countries.
    Also, as this area will become a subject of UN complaint, all
recourse must be exhausted.
    Any action taken against this area must also be very polite and not
abusive, per UN requirements.
    This area is the GO OTC Liaison for Legal. But no action may be
taken without the full agreement of the GO US.
    A suggested program follows:
    (a) Existing attorneys may be used or new ones retained in
Washington D.C.
    (b) According to the first amendment of the US Constitution the
right of petition may not be denied. Therefore it is suggested that the
Treasury Interpol unit and the FBI be separately petitioned to correct
their records re LRH and to see that anyone to whom they have reported
overseas be given a record correction. A minimum of evidence should be
presented.
    (c) When the FBI fails to act, if it does not act, to correct the
record, a suit should be filed to correct it at which time much fuller
evidence, as per Record Correction may be presented.
    (d) When Treasury fails to act, if it does not act, it should be
subject to suit.
    (e) The damages resulting from these false reports are incredible,
resulting in immigration and other trouble.
    (f) Part of any settlement must include the advising of interior US
agencies (States and cities) that false reports have been given on LRH.
    (g) Part of any settlement must include advising all countries in
these targets that the reports sent were false.
    (h) Documents attesting the falsity of such reports must be then
made available to the GO, so the govt. statement can be circulated by
the GO.
    (i) All records must be carefully preserved for UN use.
SOURCE: Article, "Operation Snow White and the CoS-IRS Agreement," by
Chris Owen, posted to the Internet

Monday, 23 April 1973
Hal Puthoff and Russell Targ perform the first test of Ingo Swann's
proposed "coordinate remote viewing" with Ingo Swann, wherein Swann is
given global coordinates and is expected to describe what is there. The
results are not promising.
SOURCE: Book, "Remote Viewers--The Secret History," Chapter 7

Tuesday, 24 April 1973
CIA Deputy Director of Operations (DDO) William Colby decides that the
Office of Research and Development's request for a contract for
expansion of the SRI psi experiments will have to go to the Executive
Management Committee for approval.
SOURCE: A report, "Parapsychology in Intelligence: A Personal Review and
Conclusions," by Dr. Kenneth A. Kress; appeared in the Winter 1977 issue
of Studies in Intelligence, the CIA's classified internal publication;
report released to the public in 1996

Wednesday, 25 c. April 1973
William Colby has a plan to deal with the revelations about CIA
involvement in Watergate: he suggests that DCI James Schlesinger issue a
directive to every CIA employee instructing him to come forward with
anything the CIA might have done that exceeded the limits of the
Agency's charter.
SOURCE: Article: "The Department of Dirty Tricks;" by Thomas Powers;
Atlantic Monthly, August 1979; Volume 244, No. 2; pages 33-64.

Friday, 27 April 1973
L. Patrick Gray resigns as Acting Director of the FBI, following reports
that he burned sensitive files taken from the safe of E. Howard Hunt,
Jr., at the urging of presidential counsel John Dean and presidential
advisor John Ehrlichman. William Ruckelshaus is named temporary Director
of the FBI.
SOURCE: Encyclopedia Britannica Book of the Year World Chronology,
1965-1983

Monday, 30 c. April 1973
Ingo Swann's "coordinate remote viewing" experiments are getting more
accurate and promising results, prompting Hal Puthoff and Russell Targ
to continue the experiments, with tighter protocols.
SOURCE: Book, "Remote Viewers--The Secret History," Chapter 7

Monday, 30 April 1973
US Attorney General Kleindienst, presidential aides Ehrlich and
Haldeman, and presidential counsel John Dean all resign as a result of
the Watergate affair. Defense Secretary Elliot Richardson is named as US
Attorney General. Richard Nixon, in a televised address, accepts
"responsibility" for the affair, but says he was not personally
involved. In a separate development, former White House aide Charles
Colsen reportedly admits that among the White House papers destroyed by
L. Patrick Gray was a cable forged by E. Howard Hunt to implicate
President Kennedy in the 1963 assassination of South Vietnamese
President Ngo Dinh Diem.
SOURCE: Encyclopedia Britannica Book of the Year World Chronology,
1965-1983

Tuesday, 01 c. May c. 1973
"On the recommendation of an allergist" (while in New York), LRH
allegedly begins "a regular course of injections," administered by
Dincalci.
SOURCE: Bare Faced Messiah, Chapter 19--Dincalci's testimony

Tuesday, 01 May 1973
Records of the United States Coast Guard, Long Beach, California, show
that the Church of Scientology has four boats registered in its name at
that facility.
SOURCE: "Files of the FBI," #300, posted on the Internet

Friday, 04 May 1973
CIA Deputy Director of Operations William Colby prepares a memorandum
addressed to the Director of Central Intelligence, Dr. James
Schlesinger, requesting approval of the Office of Research and
Development (ORD) contract for expansion of the psi research at SRI.
CITE: "W.E. Colby; DDO; Memorandum for Director of Central Intelligence;
Subject: Request for Approval of Contract; 4 May 1973 (SECRET)."
SOURCE: A report, "Parapsychology in Intelligence: A Personal Review and
Conclusions," by Dr. Kenneth A. Kress; appeared in the Winter 1977 issue
of Studies in Intelligence, the CIA's classified internal publication;
report released to the public in 1996

Monday, 07 c. May 1973
William Colby writes the directive (which he has suggested) to every CIA
employee instructing him to come forward with anything the CIA might
have done that exceeded the limits of the Agency's charter. DCI Dr.
James Schlesinger signs it.
SOURCE: Article: "The Department of Dirty Tricks;" by Thomas Powers;
Atlantic Monthly, August 1979; Volume 244, No. 2; pages 33-64.

Wednesday, 09 May 1973
Director of Central Intelligence Dr. James Schlesinger issues a
memorandum to all CIA employees requesting the reporting of any
activities that may have been illegal and improper [NOTE: This
memorandum has been written for Schlesinger by William Colby--Ed.]. CIA
operations are being investigated in connection with the Watergate
scandal.
SOURCE: A report, "Parapsychology in Intelligence: A Personal Review and
Conclusions," by Dr. Kenneth A. Kress; appeared in the Winter 1977 issue
of Studies in Intelligence, the CIA's classified internal publication;
report released to the public in 1996

Wednesday, 09 May 1973
President Richard Nixon appoints Director of Central Intelligence (DCI)
James Schlesinger to the Department of Defense (DOD). Nixon appoints
William Colby as the new DCI. On the same day, copies of the
directive--written by Colby and signed by Schlesinger--instructing all
CIA employees to come forward with anything the CIA might have done that
exceeded the limits of the Agency's charter, are distributed within CIA.
SOURCE: Article: "The Department of Dirty Tricks;" by Thomas Powers;
Atlantic Monthly, August 1979; Volume 244, No. 2; pages 33-64.

Thursday, 10 c. May 1973
CIA Project Officer Ken Kress is told not to increase the scope of the
SRI psi research, and not to anticipate any "follow-on;" that the
project is too sensitive and potentially embarrassing; that it should be
tabled. CIA's Office of Technical Services (OTS) is being investigated
for involvement in the Watergate affair.
SOURCE: A report, "Parapsychology in Intelligence: A Personal Review and
Conclusions," by Dr. Kenneth A. Kress; appeared in the Winter 1977 issue
of Studies in Intelligence, the CIA's classified internal publication;
report released to the public in 1996

Thursday, 10 May 1973
President Nixon publically announces a major government reorganization,
including the appointment of former CIA Director Dr. James Schlesinger
as Secretary of Defense, William Colby as Director of CIA,, and former
Treasury Secretary John Connally as "Special Advisor to the President."
The "supercabinet" system adopted in January is abandoned. On this same
date, former Attorney General John Mitchell, former Commerce Secretary
Maurice Stands, Harry Sears, and Robert Vesco are indicted in New York
on charges growing out of Vesco's secret 1972 contribution to the Nixon
campaign.
SOURCE: Encyclopedia Britannica Book of the Year World Chronology,
1965-1983

Monday, 14 May 1973
Senator Stuart Symington reports that, according to testimony before the
Senate Armed Services Committee, the Nixon administration "had attempted
to involve the CIA" in the Watergate affair.
SOURCE: Encyclopedia Britannica Book of the Year World Chronology,
1965-1983

Tuesday, 15 c. May 1973
Duke Snider recruits Michael Meisner for the GO.
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78-401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Tuesday, 15 c. May 1973
Hal Puthoff and Ingo Swann travel to Prague for the First International
Congress on Psychotronic Research. A group of well-known Soviet
researchers scheduled to appear at the conference have cancelled at the
last minute, replaced by other Soviets unknown on the psi scene, but who
appear to be psi researchers. Word comes from CIA that the leader of the
Soviet group is a KGB officer.
SOURCE: Book, "Remote Viewers--The Secret History," Chapter 13

Thursday, 17 May 1973
The US Senate Select Committee investigating the Watergate affair opens
public hearings in Washington, D.C.
SOURCE: Encyclopedia Britannica Book of the Year World Chronology,
1965-1983

Friday, 18 May 1973
Watergate conspirator McCord testifies before the Senate Select
Committee on Watergate that a former White House aide, John Caulfield,
had offered McCord executive clemency in return for McCord's silence. On
this same date, Archibald Cox is named by US Attorney General nominee
Elliot Richardson as special Watergate prosecutor.
SOURCE: Encyclopedia Britannica Book of the Year World Chronology,
1965-1983

Monday, 21 May 1973
A twenty-six-page preliminary summary of the reports from CIA employees
regarding questionable activities by the CIA has been prepared by CIA
Inspector General Willam Broe, who forwards it to DCI William Colby
under the title "Potential Flap Activities." The full report, completed
later, comes to 693 pages in all, one for each "abuse," and it quickly
acquires the nom de scandale of "the Family Jewels." It includes just
about every serious charge against the CIA of recent years: Operation
Chaos, the CIA's infiltration of American radical groups; a sketchy
account of CIA drug-testing programs (the details having disappeared
when Helms ordered the files destroyed before he left the CIA); the
CIA's role in Nixon's domestic intelligence plan; training programs for
local police departments; a program to recruit counter-intelligence
agents for the Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs; mail
interception; the bugging of American journalists thought to have
informants within the CIA; a burglary in Fairfax, Virginia; contacts
with the Watergate burglary team; a special annex summarizing the
Inspector General's report of 1967 on the CIA's involvement in
assassination plots against Trujillo, Diem, and Castro.
SOURCE: Article: "The Department of Dirty Tricks;" by Thomas Powers;
Atlantic Monthly, August 1979; Volume 244, No. 2; pages 33-64.

Tuesday, 22 May 1973
President Nixon releases a statement admitting to having "limited the
investigation" into Watergate because of "national security" concerns,
but goes on to say that his aides had "exceeded his instructions" in
attempting a cover-up.
SOURCE: Encyclopedia Britannica Book of the Year World Chronology,
1965-1983

Thursday, 24 May 1973
The New York Times publishes details of a 1970 White House plan for
massive domestic espionage that was allegedly abandoned because of
opposition from then-FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover. The Times reports
that a secret White House intelligence unit had been established
instead.
SOURCE: Encyclopedia Britannica Book of the Year World Chronology,
1965-1983

Friday, 25 May 1973
US and Switzerland sign a treaty designed to help the US trace funds
hidden in Swiss banks "by organized crime figures." [NOTE: Search out
for cross-reference the several references to LRH allegedly "stashing
funds" in Swiss accounts.]
SOURCE: Encyclopedia Britannica Book of the Year World Chronology,
1965-1983

Tuesday, 29 May 1973
Hal Puthoff places a phone call to Richard Kennett, an analyst in the
Office of Strategic Intelligence (OSI) at CIA headquarters. Here is the
account of that phone call, and the event that ensued, from the
referenced source:
    "Kennett was open-minded about the phenomena of psi. He wanted to
see Puthoff perform rigorous scientific experiments, and let the chips
fall where they may. But the CIA analyst scoffed at the idea of
coordinates, for the same reasons that Puthoff had first been dubious.
    "'All right,' said Puthoff. 'Why don't you give me the coordinates
of a place that I don't know anything about?'
    "'Okay,' said Kennett, 'But I'll do you one better. I'll get you
the coordinates of some place that even I don't know about.'
    "Kennett put the phone down and walked out of his office into the
hallway. He had passed seven or eight doorways when he ran into a
colleague named Bill O'Donnell. 'Bill, I want some coordinates of
something that's on the East Coast,' he told him. 'Some place where, if
I show you a drawing or a photograph later, you'll be able to say, 'Yes,
that's what's at those coordinates.'
    'Sure,' said O'Donnell. 'Give me a little while.'
    "A few hours later, towards the end of the day, O'Donnell walked
into Kennett's office with a pair of coordinates written on a small slip
of paper. They were precise coordinates, written down to minutes and
seconds of latitude and longitude. Had Kennett checked a map, he would
have seen that they described a location somewhere in the Blue Ridge
Mountains, a few hours west of Washington. Just what was there, only
O'Donnell knew.
    "Kennett thanked O'Donnell, picked up the phone, and called Hal
Puthoff at SRI.
    "A short time later, Swann sat at one end of a table in a
conference room at SRI--smoking a cigar, as was his habit for most of
his waking hours. Puthoff, sitting at the other end, read him the
coordinates. The psychic wrote them down, and then, alternately closing
his eyes, staring at the walls, and staring down at his writing paper,
he began to sketch and to verbalize his impressions. The impressions
seemed to arrive in brief, wavelike bursts of images and other sensory
data: 'This seems to be some sort of mounds or rolling hills... There is
a city to the north; I can see taller buildings and some smog... This
seems to be a strange place, somewhat like the lawns that one would find
around a military base, but I get the impression that there are either
some old bunkers around, or maybe this is a covered reservoir... There
must be a flagpole, some highways to the west, possibly a river over to
the far east, to the south more city.' He drew a map showing a circular
target surrounded by a road to the south, a road to the west, and a
river to the east. To the north was a town. The session had taken six
minutes."
SOURCE: Book, "Remote Viewers--The Secret History," Chapter 7

Tuesday, 29 May 1973
OT VII Hal Puthoff conducts a remote viewing experiment at Stanford
Research Institute with OT VII Ingo Swann using coordinates given to
them by a CIA official. Swann is able to draw a map of a small military
installation, which is identified later as being in West Virginia.
[NOTE: According to another source, this was a sensitive National
Security Agency facility. See entry for 4 June 1973.] The CIA official
(identified by Targ and Puthoff as "our East coast challenger," later
revealed to be Richard Kennett) reports that the results are accurate,
and that the map is even to scale.
SOURCE: Targ, Russell and Puthoff, Harold E, Mind-Reach, Delacorte
Press, 1977, pg 1-4)

Wednesday, 30 c. May 1973
NOTE: This entry appears both here, and at 1 June 1973 [see] because of
conflicting accounts of the date:
    Ingo Swann does further "coordinate remote viewing" on the
coordinates that had been provided to Hal Puthoff the day before by
CIA's Richard Kennett. Swann draws a detailed map of what he sees, and
delivers the map and the following report to Hal Puthoff:
    "Cliffs to the east, fence to the north. There's a circular
building (a tower?), buildings to the south. Is this a former Nike base
or something like that? This is about as far as I could go without
feedback, and perhaps guidance as to what was wanted. There is something
strange about this area, but since I don't know particularly what to
look for within the scope of the cloudy ability, it is extremely
difficult to make decisions on what is there and what is not.
    Imagination seems to get in the way. (For example, I seem to get the
impression of something underground, but I'm not sure.) However, it is
apparent that on first sighting the general location was correctly
spotted."
    Puthoff prepares the report and map to send to Kennett. But before
he can, he allegedly gets an out-of-the-blue phone call from a
Scientology O.T. named Pat Price--whom Puthoff had "met at a lecture in
Los Angeles [where the Scientology Advanced Organization is
located--Ed.] a few years before." Coincidentally, Puthoff and Swann had
"run into" Pat Price more recently, "in late 1972," selling Christmas
trees in Mountain View [see entry for 15 c. December 1972.]
According to the referenced source (and other accounts) Price tells
Puthoff that he has psychic impressions almost every day, and, "on
impulse," Puthoff decides to give Price--over the phone--the same
coordinates that had been given to Puthoff the day before by CIA's
Richard Kennett. Alllegedly, Puthoff is giving Price the opportunity to
do some off-the-cuff "coordinate remote viewing."
OUTPOINTS: CONTARY FACTS, ADDED INAPPLICABLE COINCIDENCES, ADDED
BULLSHIT: Here is another one of these NSA-generated fairy tales that
permeates the ocean of disinformation regarding remote viewing. First,
the referenced source's description of this event puts it as happening
on this date (30 May 1973), but the same source also says that Puthoff
dates this as happening on 1 June 1973 [see]. Whatever date it
supposedly happened on, the "coincidence" of Pat Price calling on the
very day when Swann did his second "remote view" of this sensitive
location, and the idiocy of Puthoff giving out CIA-provided coordinates
over the phone to a mere "acquaintance" can only be the product of the
fervent, fertile imagination of some NSA-hired hack who thinks he's
writing pulp fiction. It's worthy of Robert Vaughn Young.
SOURCE: Book, "Remote Viewers--The Secret History," Chapter 7

Friday, 01 c. June 1973
Quoted from AP story: "In 1973, a criminal court in France sentenced
Hubbard in absentia to four years in prison for fraudulent business
practices." NOTE: Date is broadly estimated from the language of the
story.
OUTPOINTS: OMITTED DATA: The year is the only certain (?) part of this
frustrating entry. There is almost no mention of this landmark French
criminal ruling ANYWHERE. Why is it so invisible? Why are therre NO
documents on this? This is the crucial criminal case that supposedly
sent LRH into hiding in early December 1972 [see entries for December
1972]. Yet it is virtually impossible to get any accurate information on
the details, or even the exact date. More must be found out about this.
SOURCE: AP story of 9 December 1982, on file

Friday, 01 c. June 1973
NOTE: This entry appears both here, and at 30 May 1973 [see] because of
conflicting accounts of the date:
    Ingo Swann does further "coordinate remote viewing" on the
coordinates that had been provided to Hal Puthoff the day before by
CIA's Richard Kennett. Swann draws a detailed map of what he sees, and
delivers the map and the following report to Hal Puthoff:
    "Cliffs to the east, fence to the north. There's a circular
building (a tower?), buildings to the south. Is this a former Nike base
or something like that? This is about as far as I could go without
feedback, and perhaps guidance as to what was wanted. There is something
strange about this area, but since I don't know particularly what to
look for within the scope of the cloudy ability, it is extremely
difficult to make decisions on what is there and what is not.
Imagination seems to get in the way. (For example, I seem to get the
impression of something underground, but I'm not sure.) However, it is
apparent that on first sighting the general location was correctly
spotted."
    Puthoff prepares the report and map to send to Kennett. But before
he can, he allegedly gets an out-of-the-blue phone call from a
Scientology O.T. named Pat Price--whom Puthoff had "met at a lecture in
Los Angeles [where the Scientology Advanced Organization is
located--Ed.] a few years before." Coincidentally, Puthoff and Swann had
"run into" Pat Price more recently, "in late 1972," selling Christmas
trees in Mountain View [see entry for 15 c. December 1972.]
    According to the referenced source (and other accounts) Price tells
Puthoff that he has psychic impressions almost every day, and, "on
impulse," Puthoff decides to give Price--over the phone--the same
coordinates that had been given to Puthoff the day before by CIA's
Richard Kennett. Alllegedly, Puthoff is giving Price the opportunity to
do some off-the-cuff "coordinate remote viewing."
OUTPOINTS: CONTARY FACTS, ADDED INAPPLICABLE COINCIDENCES, ADDED
BULLSHIT: Here is another one of these NSA-generated fairy tales that
permeates the ocean of disinformation regarding remote viewing. First,
the referenced source's description of this event put's it as happening
on this date (30 May 1973), but the same source also says that Puthoff
dates this as happening on 1 June 1973 [see]. Whatever date it
supposedly happened on, the "coincidence" of Pat Price calling on the
very day when Swann did his second "remote view" of this sensitive
location, and the idiocy of Puthoff giving out CIA-provided coordinates
over the phone to a mere "acquaintance" can only be the product of the
fervent, fertile imagination of some NSA-hired hack who thinks he's
writing pulp fiction. It's worthy of Robert Vaughn Young.
SOURCE: Book, "Remote Viewers--The Secret History," Chapter 7

Friday, 01 c. June 1973
Here is the account given by Kenneth Kress--the CIA's Project Officer
over the SRI remote viewing experiments--of the "coordinate remote
viewing" experiment of the "vacation property" that turned out to
actually be a sensitive NSA secret installation:
    "During the summer of 1973, SRI continued working informally with
an OSI [Office of Strategic Intelligence] officer on a remote viewing
experiment which eventually stimulated more CIA-sponsored investigations
of parapsychology. The target was a vacation property in the eastern
United States. The experiment began with the passing of nothing more
than the geographic coordinates of the vacation property to the SRI
physicists who, in turn, passed them to the two subjects, one of whom
was Pat Price. NO MAPS WERE PERMITTED, [emphasis added] and the subjects
were asked to give an immediate response of what they remotely viewed at
these coordinates. The subject came back with descriptions which were
apparent misses. They both talked about a military-like facility.
Nevertheless, a striking correlation of the two independent descriptions
was noted. The correlation caused the OSI officer to drive to the site
and investigate in more detail.
    "To the surprise of the OSI officer, he soon discovered a sensitive
government installation a few miles from the vacation property. This
discovery led to a request to have Price provide information concerning
the interior workings of this particular site. All the data produced by
the two subjects were reviewed in CIA and the Agency concerned."
OUTPOINTS: CONTRARY FACTS: This account by Kress conflicts with Hal
Puthoff's account of how Pat Price became involved with SRI, and this
project in particular. [See other entry, this date.] The control of "No
maps were permitted" could not possibly have been imposed on Pat Price,
according to the Puthoff account, because Puthoff claims that Price was
given the coordinates over the phone, and that Price mailed his results
to Puthoff the next day [see entries for 2 June and 4 June 1973]. One,
or both, of these accounts is false. If Kress's account is true, then
Pat Price was already on board at SRI before this experiment took place.
This supports Kress's earlier claim that Price was involved by around
mid-April 1973 [see entry for 15 c. April 1973].
SOURCE: A report, "Parapsychology in Intelligence: A Personal Review and
Conclusions," by Dr. Kenneth A. Kress; appeared in the Winter 1977 issue
of Studies in Intelligence, the CIA's classified internal publication;
report released to the public in 1996

Friday, 01 c. June c. 1973
According to an account that could only be from Jim Dincalci (although
no exact source is even indicated for this hearsay account), LRH dreams
up the "Snow White" program while staying in the Codwise Place apartment
in New York. The only reason given in the hearsay account is "to improve
his own image and that of his church for the benefit of future
generations of Scientologists," because of unflattering material that
has been "uncovered in government agency files" through Freedom of
Information Act filings.
OUTPOINTS: DROPPED OUT TIME, WRONG SOURCE, OMITTED SOURCE: This hearsay
is all the evidence that could be found, after a rather exhaustive
search, that any such "Snow White" program ever actually existed, or
that it was, in fact, originated by LRH. This is a period of time when
his whereabouts are completely unknown. No documentation of this alleged
program has ever surfaced, yet this watery hearsay is the "crucial
evidence" that links LRH to the disastrous events that ensue (from late
1974-1977), and pin him as the "evil mastermind" behind the allegedly
criminal acts of "the GO."
SOURCE: Bare Faced Messiah, Chapter 19--probably from Dincalci's
testimony

Friday, 01 c. June 1973
This entry is a reference to a published work by American researcher
Martin Ruderfer: "Neutrino Theory of Extrasensory Perception," in
"Abstracts: 1st International Conference of Psychotronics, Vol. 2,
Prague, pp. 9 to 13, June 1973." [NOTE: This not only establishes
non-Scientological (and largely ignored) theories for ESP, but helps to
establish the date of the Prague conference reportedly attended by Hal
Puthoff and Ingo Swann, as the conference would necessarily have been
held prior to the publication of this abstract.]
SOURCE: "Amplified Mind Power Research In The Former Soviet Union," by
Martin Ebon

Saturday, 02 June 1973
Pat Price reportedlly places an envelope in the mail to Hal Puthoff,
giving the results of Price's "remote viewing" of the coordinates that
Puthoff had given him on the phone [see entries for 1 June and 30 May
1973].
SOURCE: Book, "Remote Viewers--The Secret History," Chapter 7

Monday, 04 June 1973
Hal Puthoff reportedly receives an envelope in the mail from Pat Price,
containing sketches and verbal descriptions of Price's "remote viewing"
of coordinates that Puthoff allegedly gave him over the phone [see
entries for 1 June and 30 May 1973. Price's description reads:
    "Looked at general area from altitude of about 1500' above highest
terrain. On my left forward quadrant is a peak in a chain of mountains,
elevation approximately 4996' above sea level. Slopes are greyish slate
covered with variety of broad leaf trees, vines, shrubbery, and
undergrowth. I am facing about 3-5 west of north. Looking down the
mountain to the right (east) side is a roadway, freeway country
style--curves around base of mountain from S.W.--swings north for a few
miles, then heads E.N.E. to a fairly large city about 30-40 miles
distant. This area was a battleground in civil war--low rolling hills,
creeks, few lakes or reservoirs. There is a smaller town a little
S.E.... Weather at this time is cloudy, rainy. Temperature at my
altitude about 54--high cumulo-nimbus clouds to about 25,000-30,000'.
Clear area, but turbulent, between that level and some cirro-stratus at
46,000'. Air mass in that strip moving W.N.W. to S.E.
    "Perceived that peak area has large underground storage areas. Road
comes up back side of mountains (west slopes), fairly well concealed,
deliberately so. It's cut under trees where possible. Would be very hard
to detect flying over area. Looks like former missile site--bases for
launchers still there, but area now houses record storage area,
microfilm, file cabinets; as you go into underground area through
aluminum rolled-up doors, first areas filled with records, etc. Rooms
about 100' long, 4' wide, 20' ceilings with concrete supporting
pilasters, flare-shaped. Temperature cool--fluorescent lighted.
Personnel, Army 5th Corps engineers. M/Sgt Long on desk placard on grey
steel desk--file cabinets security locked--combination locks, steel rods
through eye bolts. Beyond these rooms, heading east, are several bays
with computers, communications equipment, large maps, display type,
overlays. Personnel, Army Signal Corps. Elevators."
    Puthoff phones Price and asks him to see if he can pick up even
more detailed information.
SOURCE: Book, "Remote Viewers--The Secret History," Chapter 7

Monday, 04 June 1973
Another account of the Pat Price viewing of the NSA site: OT Pat Price
is given the same co-ordinates that Swann was given in the 29 May 1973
[see] Remote Viewing experiment. Price's five page response goes into
greater detail than Swann's. He goes so far as to read off nameplates
and labels on files. The CIA official confirms Price's description
(Targ, and Puthoff, 1977, p46-8). According to another source: "...[A]
retired local politician and SRI remote-viewer named Pat Price [also a
Scientology OT] appeared psychically to 'visit' a sensitive National
Security Agency facility on the East Coast and sparked an investigation
by enraged NSA officials. Price's verbal and graphic descriptions of the
site were particularly detailed, and included an overhead view, the
layout of underground offices, and even Top Secret code-word labels on
file folders. 'He nailed it,' remembers a former senior CIA official
familiar with the episode. 'From that moment on, there was no trouble
getting anyone to take it SRI's remote-viewing programme seriously.'"
OUTPOINTS: CONTRARY FACTS: Here is yet another account of this
significant event, taken from Puthoff's own telling of the tale. If it
proves anything, it may only prove that government spooks can't keep
their stories straight.
SOURCE: Targ, Russell and Puthoff, Harold E, Mind-Reach, Delacorte
Press, 1977, pg 46-48); Newspaper Publishing PLC The Independent
(London) August 27, 1995, Sunday; SECTION: REVIEW; Page 10; HEADLINE:
TINKER, TAILOR, SOLDIER, PSI; BYLINE: Jim Schnabel

Tuesday, 05 June 1973
White House Communications Director Herbert Klein resigns.
SOURCE: Encyclopedia Britannica Book of the Year World Chronology,
1965-1983

Wednesday, 06 June 1973
President Nixon announces the appointment of presidential advisor
Alexander Haig to the position of White House Chief of Staff; the
appointment of former Defense Secretary Melvin Laird as Chief Domestic
Advisor; and the appointment of White Hosue Press Secretary Ron Ziegler
as Presidential Assistant, replacing Herbert Klein.
SOURCE: Encyclopedia Britannica Book of the Year World Chronology,
1965-1983

Thursday, 07 c. June 1973
Pat Price responds to Hal Puthoff's request for more detailed
"coordinate remote viewing" of the coordinates that had been supplied to
Puthoff by CIA's Richard Kennett. Price provides the following
information:
"Top of desk had papers labelled:
"Flytrap
"Minerva
"File cabinet on north wall labelled: Operation Pool (2nd
word unreadable)
"Folders inside cabinet labelled:
"Cueball
"14 Ball
"8 Ball
"Rackup
"Name of site seems vaguely like Hayfork or Haystack
"Personnel:
"Col. R.J. Hamilton
"Maj. Gen. George R. Nash
"Major John C. Calhoun??"
Puthoff sends the information off to CIA's Richard Kennet.
SOURCE: Book, "Remote Viewers--The Secret History," Chapter 7

Friday, 08 c. June 1973
CIA's Richard Kennett shows Pat Price's and Ingo Swann's "coordinate
remote viewiing" results to his colleague, Bill O'Donnell, who had
provided Kennett the coordinates in question to begin with [see entry
for 29 May 1973]. O'Donnell allegedly responds: "Rick, this isn't even
close. I gave you the coordinates of my summer cabin. I just took the
maps out of my car, found where my cabin was in the woods, and that's
what I gave you. This is bullshit."
OUTPOINTS: ANOTHER AMAZING, EARTH-SHATTERING ADDED INAPPLICABLE
COINCIDENCE: As we're about to discover, O'Donnell's summer cabin just
HAPPENS to be right next door to a super-secret NSA installation [see
entries for 10 c. June, 11 c. June, and 13 c. June 1973], which just
HAPPENS to be what Price and Swann have "remote viewed." Of course,
neither Kennett nor O'Donnell know ANYTHING about this. And, of course,
Kennett doesn't accept his colleague's word about it, and decides to
take a weekend sojurn to find out. I hope the spy novelists reading this
don't break anything while falling out of their chairs laughing.
SOURCE: Book, "Remote Viewers--The Secret History," Chapter 7

Sunday, 10 c. June 1973
CIA's Richard Kennett takes his wife and children on a "drive into the
coutryside" to check out Bill O'Donnell's accounting of the coordinates
Pat Price and Ingo Swann had remotely viewed. [To make this little
weekend trip, Kennett has to drive into the Blue Ridge Mountains in West
Virginia--Ed.] Surprise, surprise: "a few miles from his friend's
cabin," he discovers a dirt road with a government "No Trespassing"
sign, and some satellite antennas in the background--"obviously some
kind of secret installation." It seems to match many of the descriptions
provided by Price and Swann.
OUTPOINTS: ADDED INAPPLICABLE FICTIONS: Doesn't the NSA provide free
popcorn with their manufactured disinformation stories?
SOURCE: Book, "Remote Viewers--The Secret History," Chapter 7

Monday, 11 c. June 1973
CIA's Richard Kennett looks up "an official who he thought might know
about" the strange secret base he and his wife and kids have discovered
on their weekend drive to West Virginia, and gives the unnamed
"official" Pat Price's and Ingo Swann's descriptions from their
"coordinate remote viewing" sessions.
SOURCE: Book, "Remote Viewers--The Secret History," Chapter 7

Wednesday, 13 c. June 1973
CIA's Richard Kennett finds himself at the center of an intense and
hostile security investigation over the "coordinate remote viewing"
descriptions of Pat Price and Ingo Swann of the secret installation in
West Virginia. The investigation soon extends to Price, Swann, and Hal
Puthoff at SRI. It seems that the facility, ostensibly a U.S. Navy
communications base, is actually a highly sensitive NSA installation,
manned by cryptographers and others, engaged in intercepting
international telephone communications and the control of U.S. spy
satellites.
SOURCE: Book, "Remote Viewers--The Secret History," Chapter 7

Friday, 15 c. June 1973
Michael Meisner and his wife Patricia Meisner are accepted for the GO.
They move from Urbana, Illinois to Washington, D.C.
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78-401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Friday, 15 c. June 1973
DCI Willaim Colby volunteers "what he knows" to the chairmen of the four
House and Senate committees with oversight authority for the CIA in June
1973, but at the same time he withholds the 693-page summary of
"excesses" ("The Family Jewels"), arguing that the "excesses" have all
been prohibited, and that the past ought to be let lie.
SOURCE: Article: "The Department of Dirty Tricks;" by Thomas Powers;
Atlantic Monthly, August 1979; Volume 244, No. 2; pages 33-64.

Monday, 25 c. June c. 1973
Hal Puthoff and Russell Targ brief senior CIA officials at CIA
Headquarters [Langley, Virginia], on their psi research. The officials
include Office of Technical Services (OTS) chief John McMahon, and
Deputy Director for Science and Technology Carl Duckett.
SOURCE: Book, "Remote Viewers--The Secret History," Chapter 8

Monday, 25 June 1973
Former presidential counsel John Dean begins his testimony before the
Senate Select Committee on Watergate by reading a 245-page statement
implicating President Nixon and his top aides in the Watergate affair
and its cover-up.
SOURCE: Encyclopedia Britannica Book of the Year World Chronology,
1965-1983

Sunday, 01 c. July 1973
Michael Meisner begins GO training in Los Angeles
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78-401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Sunday, 01 c. July 1973
The Guardian's Office's "Intelligence Bureau" becomes the "Information
Bureau."
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78-401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Sunday, 01 c. July 1973
The CIA's Technical Services Division (TSD) is transferred out of the
CIA's Directorate for Operations into the Directorarte for Science and
Technology. The name is changed to "Office of Technical Services" (OTS).
The head of the division, Dr. Sidney Gottlieb, retires, and John McMahon
takes his place as head of OTS.
SOURCE: Book, "Remote Viewers--The Secret History," Chapter 14

Monday, 02 c. July 1973
The IRS begins a tax audit on L. Ron Hubbard and Mary Sue Hubbard. (The
language of the Stipulation is not entirely clear, but it seems fairly
certain that the audit is for the years 1971 and 1972.) Howard Rosen, a
group manager at IRS's Office of International Operations (OIO) is
personally supervising the audit.
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Monday, 02 July 1973
Dr. James Schlesinger actually leaves as Director of Central
Intelligence.
SOURCE: Report "Fifteen DCIs' First 100 Days," prepared January 1993 by
the History Staff in CIA's Center for the Study of Intelligence.

Monday, 09 July 1973
Clarence M. Kelley is sworn in as Director of the FBI.
SOURCE: Encyclopedia Britannica Book of the Year World Chronology,
1965-1983

Thursday, 12 July 1973
Former US Attorney General John Mitchell ends three days of testimony
before the Senate Select Committee on Watergate, where he denies that he
had authorized the Watergate break-in, and says he had tried to shield
Nixon from knowledge of various "White House horrors."
SOURCE: Encyclopedia Britannica Book of the Year World Chronology,
1965-1983

Monday, 16 July 1973
Former presidential aide Alexander Butterfield reveals to the Senate
Watergate Committee that Nixon's conversations and phone calls in the
White House had been tape-recorded without the knowledge of the other
parties.
SOURCE: Encyclopedia Britannica Book of the Year World Chronology,
1965-1983

Wednesday, 25 c. July 1973
Ingo Swann has a successful coordinate remote viewing session using
coordinates supplied by CIA's Richard Kennett.
SOURCE: Book, "Remote Viewers--The Secret History," Chapter 8

Thursday, 26 July 1973
President Nixon formally defies subpoenas issued by the Senate Watergate
Committee and Special Prosecutor Archibald Cox that have ordered him to
release tapes of his White House conversations.
SOURCE: Encyclopedia Britannica Book of the Year World Chronology,
1965-1983

Monday, 30 July 1973
Former White House aide John Ehrlichman ends four days of testimony
before the Senate Watergate Committee. Former White House aide Haldeman
begins testimony, telling the committee that Nixon had allowed him to
listen to some of the White House tapes, and that they did not
incriminate Nixon.
SOURCE: Encyclopedia Britannica Book of the Year World Chronology,
1965-1983

Wednesday, 01 c. August 1973
CIA officials (unnamed) discuss parapsychology with "several members"
(unnamed) of DIA (Defense Intelligence Agency). The "DIA people" are
interested in the Soviet activities in this area, and express
considerable interest in the CIA/SRI experiments.
SOURCE: A report, "Parapsychology in Intelligence: A Personal Review and
Conclusions," by Dr. Kenneth A. Kress; appeared in the Winter 1977 issue
of Studies in Intelligence, the CIA's classified internal publication;
report released to the public in 1996

Tuesday, 07 August 1973
Vice President Spiro Agnew is reported to be under federal investigation
for possible violations of criminal law, with allegations of kick-backs
from construction companies while Agnew was executive of Baltimore
County, Maryland.
SOURCE: Encyclopedia Britannica Book of the Year World Chronology,
1965-1983

Tuesday, 07 August 1973
The Senate Select Committee on Watergate recesses until September after
hearing 33 witnesses and compiling more than 7,500 pages of testimony.
SOURCE: Encyclopedia Britannica Book of the Year World Chronology,
1965-1983

Wednesday, 15 c. August 1973
Ingo Swann's contract at SRI ends. Despite Hal Puthoff's encouragement
to continue with the research, Swann angrily vows, enroute to the
airport, that he will never return to SRI.
SOURCE: Book, "Remote Viewers--The Secret History," Chapter 8

Wednesday, 15 August 1973
President Nixon gives a televised speech in which he again "accepts
responsibility" for Watergate, and again denies any personal involvement
in the affair. He urges the nation to leave the case to the courts, and
to turn its attention to "matters of far greater importance."
SOURCE: Encyclopedia Britannica Book of the Year World Chronology,
1965-1983

Wednesday, 22 August 1973
President Nixon announces that William Rogers has resigned as Secretary
of State, and that presidential aide Henry Kissinger will replace
Rogers.
SOURCE: Encyclopedia Britannica Book of the Year World Chronology,
1965-1983

Wednesday, 29 August 1973
In a ruling on a petition by Special Prosecutor Cox, Judge John Sirica
orders that Nixon produce tapes of his White House conversations for
Sirica's private inspection.
SOURCE: Encyclopedia Britannica Book of the Year World Chronology,
1965-1983

Thursday, 30 August 1973
The White House says that President Nixon will appeal Sirica's ruling of
the day before that Nixon produce tapes of his White House
conversations for Sirica's private inspection.
SOURCE: Encyclopedia Britannica Book of the Year World Chronology,
1965-1983

Tuesday, 04 September 1973
Secret indictments against four former Nixon administration officials,
on charges arising from the 1971 break-in of the office of Daniel
Ellsberg's former psychiatrist, are returned by a Los Angeles grand
jury.
SOURCE: Encyclopedia Britannica Book of the Year World Chronology,
1965-1983

Tuesday, 04 September 1973
William Colby is actually sworn in as Director of Central Intelligence.
SOURCE: Report "Fifteen DCIs' First 100 Days," prepared January 1993 by
the History Staff in CIA's Center for the Study of Intelligence.

Tuesday, 04 September 1973
Statement countering claims of a suit purportedly filed against the
Hubbard Dianetic Research Foundation around 1950-1951 [? Check for
entries]:
    Superior Court of New Jersey
    State Board of Medical Examiners,
    Plaintiff,
    vs.
    Hubbard Dianetic Research Foundation,
    Defendant.
    Civil Action CERTIFICATE
I, MORTIMER G. NEWMAN, JR., Clerk of the Superior Court of the
State of New Jersey, the same being a Court of Record, do hereby certify
that I have searched the indices of this Court from January 1, 1945 to
December 31, 1965, inclusive, and can find no record of a case entitled
as above.
    IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed the
seal of said Court at Trenton, this 4th day of September, 1973.
    [signed] Mortimer G. Newman, Jr.
    Clerk
SOURCE: "Files of the FBI," #311 posted on the internet

Wednesday, 05 September 1973
On this date: "[P]etitioners [IRS] filed their petition to enforce an
Internal Revenue Service summons [against the Church of Scientology of
California (CSC) with the supporting affidavit of Robert H. Cluberton,
Internal Revenue Agent. ...[T]his Court issued an Order to Show Cause
ordering that the respondents [CSC] show cause why they should not be
required to obey the Internal Revenue Service summons served upon the
respondents on February 9, 1973 [see]."
SOURCE: "United States of America and Robert H. Cluberton, Internal
Revenue Agent, Internal Revenue Service, Petitioners v. Church of
Scientology of California and Henning Heldt, Vice President,
Respondents;" No. 73-2100-HP; United States District Court; C.D.
California.

Tuesday, 11 September 1973
The lefteist government of Chilean President Allende is overthrown by a
military coup. Allende is reported to have committed suicide. [NOTE:
There may be some connection with this event, and allegations of CIA
involvement in assassinations. May need cross-referencing.]
SOURCE: Encyclopedia Britannica Book of the Year World Chronology,
1965-1983

Thursday, 13 September 1973
US Court of Appeals for D.C. urges an out-of-court settlement of the
White House tapes dispute.
SOURCE: Encyclopedia Britannica Book of the Year World Chronology,
1965-1983

Saturday, 15 c. September 1973
LRH gets word from "the Guardian's Office" [WHO in the Guardian's
Office?!] that the "threat of extradition has diminished" and it is safe
for him to return to the Apollo. He leaves next day, with Paul Preston,
on a Boeing 747 bound for Lisbon, leaving Jim Dincalci behind to pack up
all their belongings and close the apartment at Codwise Place. According
to Hana Eltringham, when he arrives on the ship, he has lost weight, and
looks "better than she has ever seen him."
OUTPOINTS: CONTRARY FACTS, OMITTED DATA, OMITTED THREAT: In the first
place, back around 22 December 1972 [see], Dincalci had reported "beyond
doubt" that LRH would not be extraditied. And if there WAS ever a threat
that he would be extradited (to France, supposedly, due to the criminal
charges), then how and why has "the threat of extradition" suddenly
diminished--especially in light of the fact that he reportedly has now
actually been found GUILTY IN ABSENTIA of fraud [see entry for 1 c. June
1973]? And what about the threat posed by the fact that LRH and Mary
Sue, personally, are under an IRS audit [see entry for 2 c. July 1973],
at the same time that CSC and the Guardian's Office are in a pitched
legal battle with IRS fighting a subpoena for records [see entries for 5
September 1973, et. al]?
SOURCE: Bare Faced Messiah, Chapter 19

Sunday, 16 c. September 1973
While LRH has been away, his accommodation on the Apollo have been
extended and improved and his research room has been "totally encased in
lead, insulated from contact with the hull, to make it sound-proof."
OUTPOINTS: INCORRECTLY INCLUDED LEAD: What!? Lead!? To sound-proof? What
a crock! Why was his research room encased in lead?
SOURCE: Bare Faced Messiah, Chapter 19

Wednesday, 19 September 1973
Church of Scientology of California (CSC) files a notice to take the
depositions of Regional Commissioner of Internal Revenue, Homer
Croasmun; Internal Revenue Service Group Manager, James Argue, and
Internal Revenue Agent, Robert H. Cluberton, also requesting that these
deponents produce at these depositions certain records and documents, as
more particularly described in the notice.
SOURCE: Ruling in U.S. District Court: United States of America and
Robert H. Cluberton, Internal Revenue Agent, Internal Revenue Service,
Petitioners v. Church of Scientology of California and Henning Heldt,
Vice President, Respondents. No. 73-2100-HP United States District
Court; C.D. California. Ruling of 15 November 73

Thursday, 20 September 1973
Special Prosecutor Cox and President Nixon's attorneys tell the US Court
of Appeals for D.C. that they have failed to reach an out-of-court
settlement over the White House tapes dispute.
SOURCE: Encyclopedia Britannica Book of the Year World Chronology,
1965-1983

Wednesday, 26 September 1973
US House Speaker Carl Albert refuses to act on Vice President Agnew's
request that the House investigate charges against Agnew. Agnew's
position is the the House is the only proper forum for a case involving
an incumbent Vice President.
SOURCE: Encyclopedia Britannica Book of the Year World Chronology,
1965-1983

Thursday, 27 September 1973
The grand jury investigation of Vice President Spiro Agnew begins in
Baltimore, Maryland.
SOURCE: Encyclopedia Britannica Book of the Year World Chronology,
1965-1983

Friday, 28 September 1973
Lawyers for Vice President Spiro Agnew bring suit in federal court in
Baltimore, asking that the grand jury investigation of Agnew be halted.
SOURCE: Encyclopedia Britannica Book of the Year World Chronology,
1965-1983

Monday, 01 c. October c. 1973
Robert Vaughn Young is assigned to the Guardian's Office US at Los
Angeles: "In the latter part of 1973, I (Robert Vaughn young) was
promoted to the Guardian's Office, United States (GOUS)....My first
assignment at GOUS was to be the PR Establishment Officer (PR Esto). My
task was to work with all personnel in the PR US Bureau, to ensure that
they were better trained etc. (There were about 10 people in the bureau
when I arrived.) This allowed me to learn all functions in the PR US
bureau and all personnel." [NOTE: Michael Meisner is in Los Angeles for
training in the GO at this time.]
OUTPOINTS: OMITTED TIME: Young almost NEVER gives any exact dates. He
seems to be downright careful not to. This entry is estimated from the
language "latter part of 1973."
SOURCE: From a Robert Vaughn Young declaration

Monday, 01 c. October 1973
Howard Rosen leaves IRS's OIO (the reason is not explained, nor is
anything said about where he went), and so is no longer supervising the
tax audit of L. Ron Hubbard and Mary Sue Hubbard. The case is assigned
to Jeffrey Tobin, also of OIO. (The Hubbard audit case is for the years
1971 and 1972.)
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Monday, 01 October 1973
A letter from the Arizona Corporation Commission addressed to [HASI,
Inc.] at P.O. Box 242, Silver Spring, Maryland, advises that the
corporation is delinquent in filing its annual report. It does not
specify the fiscal year in question, but it is assumed to be that ending
in April, 1973.
SOURCE: Microfiche record from Arizona Corporations Commission

Thursday, 04 October 1973
[The following is quoted from the referenced source, giving one account
about the beginning of "remote viewing." This account contradicts Ingo
Swann's own account, placing the beginning of "remote viewing" two full
years LATER than Swann's account: See entry for 8 December 1971.]
    "The first formal test of this 'outbound' protocol occurred on the
afternoon of October 4, 1973, (Puthoff, in recent public comments on the
early history of remote viewing, has suggested that outbound experiments
came first, before coordinate remote-viewing experiments. As I've
established from an examination of the record and from conversations
with him and with Ingo Swann, this isn't quite accurate. The first
record of an outbound experiment is from October 1973, six months after
Swann's first coordinate experiments.) and went about as well as Puthoff
and Targ could have hoped. Pat Price was taken by Russell Targ into an
experiment room, and both men sat down at a table. At the same time
Puthoff and his SRI branch chief, a man named Earle Jones, went over to
the office of their division chief, Bart Cox. Cox had a long list of
possible target sites in the San Francisco Bay Area. He generated a
random number with his calculator, used it to select a target site from
the list, pulled out the appropriate file with directions to the site,
and handed it to Puthoff. Puthoff took the file, went with Jones to his
car, opened the file, and followed the enclosed directions to the
target, which was Hoover Tower on the Stanford University campus, in
nearby Palo Alto.
    "Puthoff and Jones looked around, went up the tower to an
observation deck, and generally tried to soak up sensations at the site,
the better to serve as ESP 'beacons' for Price. At an agreed-upon time,
back at SRI, Price tried to visualize where Puthoff and Jones were
standing. 'I get them on a ridge or bluff overlooking the ocean,' he
said initially. 'I would say they are about four hundred feet above sea
level.... I had a flash of being in a room with a Spanish-tile floor and
a colonnade, about three miles south of here. Outside the colonnades I
get the feeling that it's a library or a museum-type area with an
exhibit there. I was just looking around. The area I have seems like it
would be Hoover Tower. . .'
    "It was soon clear to Puthoff that Price's results were going to be
much more robust than the usual parapsychological fare. They represented
a break with the past. And to underscore this break with the past,
Puthoff decided to invent a new terminology for the kinds of psi
phenomena Price was demonstrating. As far as Puthoff was concerned, the
old terms such as clairvoyance, ESP, and psychic perception carried
unwanted baggage, full of hysterical mediums, palm readers, and all
those dead, dry card-guessing experiments at Duke University. Puthoff
wanted something that sounded new and modern, technological and sober,
something that would blend unobtrusively with the jargon of the hard
sciences. Over the next few years he and Targ would use a variety of
expressions to describe what was going on such as: 'information
transmission under conditions of sensory shielding,' 'a perceptual
channel for information transfer over kilometer distances,' 'perceptual
augmentation techniques,' 'remote perceptual abilities,' and 'remote
perception.' Eventually Puthoff came up with the punchier 'remote
viewing,' and after a while, that name stuck."
OUTPOINTS: CONTRARY FACTS: This entry places the genesis of "remote
viewing," and that term for it, a full TWO YEARS LATER than Ingo Swann's
account of it [see entry for 8 December 1971]. This sort of blatant
contradiction cannot possibly be attributable to mere sloppy research,
because nobody could be that sloppy. The author of the source reference
has his own ties to intelligence agencies. Either his account or Swann's
account--or both--are lies. This contradiction is pointed up here
because it is so representative of the amount of disinformation
surrounding remote viewing. Another hallmark of the "information"
available regarding remote viewing is OMITTED TIME, since it is next to
impossible to get exact dates for most of the occurances that are
described. They are most often given in terms of YEARS, at best,
or--even more frequently--in terms like "in the late '60's," making
accurate evaluation difficult in the extreme. This obfuscation and/or
contradiction of dates and incidents is a primary characteristic of
disinformation, and helps to identify it.
SOURCE: Book, "Remote Viewers--The Secret History," Chapter 10

Wednesday, 10 October 1973
Vice President Spiro Agnew resigns, and pleads no contest to one count
of income tax evasion. The Justice Department drops all pending charges
against him. He is fined $10,000 and placed on three years' probation.
SOURCE: Encyclopedia Britannica Book of the Year World Chronology,
1965-1983

Friday, 12 October 1973
President Nixon announces he will nominate House Republican leader
Gerald Ford as the next US Vice President. On the same day, the US Court
of Appeals for D.C. orders that Nixon turn over the disputed White House
tapes to Judge Sirica
SOURCE: Encyclopedia Britannica Book of the Year World Chronology,
1965-1983

Friday, 19 October 1973
President Richard Nixon announces a "compromise," whereby summaries of
the White House tapes will be made available to the federal court
(Sirica) and the Senate Watergate Committee, and the tapes themselves
will be verified by Senator John Stennis. As part of the compromise, the
Special Prosecutor, Cox, is to stop trying to get White House tapes and
papers through the courts.
SOURCE: Encyclopedia Britannica Book of the Year World Chronology,
1965-1983

Saturday, 20 October 1973
Special Prosecutor Cox refuses to stop trying to obtain the presidential
tapes and papers. Nixon orders Attorney General Richardson to fire Cox
and to disband Cox's task force. Richardson resigns rather than obey the
order. Deputy Attorney General Ruckelshaus also refuses to fire Cox, and
is, himself, fired. Cox is then fired by Solicitor General Robert Bork,
who is then named Acting Attorney General.
SOURCE: Encyclopedia Britannica Book of the Year World Chronology,
1965-1983

Tuesday, 23 October 1973
President Nixon, under a storm of criticism for the firing of Cox and
Ruckelshaus, and the resignation of Richardson [see entry for 20 October
1973], agrees to turn over the nine disputed White House tapes to Judge
Sirica.
SOURCE: Encyclopedia Britannica Book of the Year World Chronology,
1965-1983

Monday, 29 October 1973
The New York Times reports that former Deputy Attorney General
Kleindienst has told former special prosecutor Cox that President Nixon
had intervened in a Justice Department antitrust case against ITT.
SOURCE: Encyclopedia Britannica Book of the Year World Chronology,
1965-1983

Wednesday, 31 October 1973
Judge Sirica announces that White House lawyers have informed him that
two of the nine subpoenaed tapes had never been made.
SOURCE: Encyclopedia Britannica Book of the Year World Chronology,
1965-1983

Thursday, 01 c. November 1973
Michael Meisner returns from Guardian's Office training in Los Angeles
to the District of Columbia as Branch II Director of the Information
Bureau.
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78-401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Thursday, 01 c. November 1973
The Deputy Guardian for Information WorldWide (DG I WW) is Morris "Mo"
Budiong.
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78-401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Thursday, 01 c. November 1973
Henning Heldt is the Deputy Guardian for the United States (DG US)
supervising all Guardian's Offices in the United States. He reports
directly to Jane Kember.
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78-401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Thursday, 01 c. November 1973
"Laurel Sullivan (who served as Hubbard's personal PR) states: 'In
November of '73...he [LRH] said to find out which publics or categories
of people he derived his income from and then prioritize them according
to the attention I should spend on these publics. As his public
relations person, I was to stay briefed on all of his activities, all of
the things that he was involved in, and his general production...so that
appropriate billings could be done... .'
SOURCE: Text file: "corydon.txt," a version of Bent Corydon's book,
"Messiah or Madman," as found on the Internet

Thursday, 01 November 1973
President Nixon announces that he is nominating Senator William Saxbe as
his fourth Attorney General. Leon Jaworski is appointed Special
Prosecutor for Watergate.
SOURCE: Encyclopedia Britannica Book of the Year World Chronology,
1965-1983

Monday, 05 November 1973
US Secretary of State Henry Kissinger arrives in Rabat, Morocco, for a
"Middle East peace mission."
OUTPOINTS: ADDED INAPPLICABLE MOROCCO: Why the hell is Kissinger
starting his "Middle East peace mission" in Morocco--the very place
where LRH was "spooked" from (by reports from Paris, while Kissinger was
in Paris)--hardly a year before?
SOURCE: Encyclopedia Britannica Book of the Year World Chronology,
1965-1983

Wednesday, 07 November 1973
Henry Kissinger has moved on from Morocco Cairo, Egypt, where he meets
with Egyptian President Anwar Sadat. The same day, President Nixon
appears on television to ask people to cooperate in coping with oil
shortages. He departs from his prepared speech to state that he will not
resign the Presidency.
SOURCE: Encyclopedia Britannica Book of the Year World Chronology,
1965-1983

Friday, 09 November 1973
CIA's K. Green issues a report on the 1 June 1973 [see] coordinate
remote viewing experiment with Ingo Swann and Pat Price that had
targetted a secret NSA installation in West Virginia. It is cited as:
"K. Green; LSD/OSI; Memorandum for the Record; Subject: Verification of
Remote Viewing Experiments at Stanford Research Institute; 9 November
1973. (SECRET)." Reportedly, the "new directors" of CIA's Office of
Technical Services and Office of Research and Development are favorably
impressed.
SOURCE: A report, "Parapsychology in Intelligence: A Personal Review and
Conclusions," by Dr. Kenneth A. Kress; appeared in the Winter 1977 issue
of Studies in Intelligence, the CIA's classified internal publication;
report released to the public in 1996

Friday, 09 November 1973
President Nixon begins a series of meetings with Republican members of
Congress to counteract seious declines in public confidence in his
leadership.
SOURCE: Encyclopedia Britannica Book of the Year World Chronology,
1965-1983

Thursday, 15 November 1973
A ruling is issued in United States of America and Robert H. Cluberton,
Internal Revenue Agent, Internal Revenue Service, Petitioners v. Church
of Scientology of California and Henning Heldt, Vice President,
Respondents; No. 73-2100-HP; United States District Court; C.D.
California:
"IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that the respondent, Church of Scientology of
California, by and through its authorized representative, shall appear
before the petitioner, Robert H. Cluberton, Internal Revenue Agent
and/or any other authorized representative of the petitioner, United
States of America, at the offices of respondent, Church of Scientology
of California, located at 5930 Franklin Avenue, Los Angeles, California,
on December 17, 1973, at 10:00 A. M. and produce for examination and/or
copying by any means of reproduction the following records in the matter
of the tax liability of the respondent, Church of Scientology of
California, for each of the years 1968 and 1969. Said records shall be
made available from day-to-day until the examination is completed... .
    "IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that the respondent, Henning Heldt, and any
other person or persons who may be designated by the respondent, Church
of Scientology of California, appear before the petitioner, Robert H.
Cluberton, Internal Revenue Agent and/or any other authorized
representative of the petitioner, United States of America, at a time
and place agreed upon mutually for the purpose of giving testimony
concerning the Federal tax liabilities described in paragraphs 2, 3, and
4 of this Order, reserving their right to assert any constitutional
privilege with respect to any question propounded."
    The order also quashes CSC's motion to depose Croasmun, et. al. At
the request of the Church, the judge stays enforcement of the summons
pending appeal, on the condition that the Church deposit with the court
all of the books and records sought by the summons of 9 February 1973
[see]. The Church does so, filling 23 trunks with records, and files an
appeal [see entry for 26 June 1975].
SOURCE: United States of America and Robert H. Cluberton, Internal
Revenue Agent, Internal Revenue Service, Petitioners v. Church of
Scientology of California and Henning Heldt, Vice President,
Respondents; No. 73-2100-HP; United States District Court; C.D.
California; court ruling

Thursday, 15 c. November 1973
Based on the favorable impression made by the 9 November 1973 [see]
"Verification of Remote Viewing" report, a CIA Statement of Work is
outlined, and the SRI team (Puthoff, Targ, et. al) is asked to propose
another program.
SOURCE: A report, "Parapsychology in Intelligence: A Personal Review and
Conclusions," by Dr. Kenneth A. Kress; appeared in the Winter 1977 issue
of Studies in Intelligence, the CIA's classified internal publication;
report released to the public in 1996

Wednesday, 21 November 1973
Jane Kember, the Guardian WorldWide (Guardian W/W) allegedly writes a
letter to the Temporary Deputy Guardian U.S. Henning Heldt, "Re Interpol
Washington." She informs Heldt that the Guardian's Office has some
documents (allegedly illegally obtained--see OUTPOINTS, below), that
indicate Interpol Washington is in touch with Interpol Paris, London,
Melbourne, Ottawa and Lomba Malawi. She adds, "we now know that
Washington D.C. has police files on LRH, and if the reference is
correct, Interpol Washington has a file on LRH as well." She then says,
"[I]t is important that we get cracking and obtain these files and I
leave you to work out how."
OUTPOINTS: OMITTED DATA, ALTERED SEQUENCE, INCORRECTLY INCLUDED
ALLEGATION, ALTERED IMPORTANCE: The Stipulation claims that the
documents the GO has are "illegally obtained," with absolutely no
evidence to back up such an assertion, and with nothing in the
Stipulation explaining when, where, how, or by whom such illegal
acquistion was made. There are no earlier incidents of illegal
break-ins, etc., described in the Stipulation. Also, it is incredible
that Kember would be of on such a weird hobby-horse just 6 days after
the GO turned over TWENTY-THREE TRUNKS worth of records to the court in
the pending IRS case. Yet the ambiguous language of this "letter" is
crucial in the events that follow.
SOURCE: Stipulation of Evidence, U.S. District Court for Washington,
D.C., Criminal #78-401, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. MARY SUE HUBBARD,
et. al.

Wednesday, 21 November 1973
Judge John Sirica orders that the existing subpoenaed White House tapes
be turned over to him by 26 November to ensure their safety, following
disclosure of an 18-minute gap in one of the tapes.
SOURCE: Encyclopedia Britannica Book of the Year World Chronology,
1965-1983

Tuesday, 27 November 1973
Rose Mary Woods, President Nixon's personal secretary, testifies in
Judge Sirica's court that she had accidentally erased 5 minutes of one
of the subpoenaed tapes, but that she can not account for the rest of
the 18-minute gap. On the same date, the Senate Watergate Committee
suspends hearings on campaign financing in order to give staff more time
to complete several investigations.
SOURCE: Encyclopedia Britannica Book of the Year World Chronology,
1965-1983

Saturday, 01 c. December c. 1973
"I (Robert Vaughn Young) was assigned to the PR section of the most
secret and largest program in the Guardian's Office--the Snow White
Program. It consisted of several highly secret programs... . We had
considerable authority and latitude as well as finances and the Snow
White program was the 'highest priority.' ...One of the objectives of
the PR Snow White program was to get acceptances of Scientology from
governmental agencies. I personally did that in several instances.
Sometimes after many months of work including several trips to
Washington, D.C... ."
OUTPOINTS: OMITTED DATA, ALTERED SEQUENCE, INCORRECTLY INCLUDED "SNOW
WHITE PROGRAM": If the purported objective was actually "to get
acceptances...from governmental agencies" (a license to survive that LRH
would never have sought), are we seriously to believe that it was
decided that the best way to do that was to burglarize governmental
agencies, and leave mountains of records of such buglaries? When did
Young travel to Washington, D.C.? Who did he see there? What did he do
there? Was he in touch with the D.C. GO on his trips--including Meisner,
Moxon, and friends? How could he NOT have been? But more than that:
Where IS this legendary "Snow White Program?" Why does no one have a
copy? Where IS it? What was the date of it? Whose name is signed to it?
Maybe it's aptly named: MAYBE IT'S A FAIRY TALE!
SOURCE: From a Robert Vaughn Young declaration

Saturday, 01 c. December 1973
The Apollo docks at Tenarife, in the Canary Islands.
SOURCE: Bare Faced Messiah, Chapter 19

Monday, 03 December 1973
Serial Number: 73-007908 TRADEMARK FILED
Filing Date: 1973-12-03
Type of Mark: SERVICE MARK
Mark Drawing Code: (2) DESIGN ONLY Design Search Code: 24.13.25
Disclaimer: NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO USE APPLICANT
DISCLAIMS THE REPRESENTATION OF THE CROSS APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN.
APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN
Register: PRINCIPAL
Affidavits: SECT 8.; SECT 15.; COMBINED SECT 8 AND SECT 15.
Registration Date: 1975-06-03 [see], Registration Number: 1012452
Renewals: 1ST RENEWAL 1995.06.00 [see 01 June 1995]
Owner Name                     Owner Address
------------------------------ ----------------------------------------
(REGISTRANT)
HUBBARD, L. RON                1812 19TH ST. NW. WASHINGTON D.C. 20009
                               INDIVIDUAL UNITED STATES
(LAST LISTED OWNER)
RELIGIOUS TECHNOLOGY CENTER    1710 IVAR AVENUE LOS ANGELES CALIFORNIA
                               90028 NON-PROFIT CORPORATION CALIFORNIA
SOURCE: United States Trademark Office records

Wednesday, 05 c. December 1973
LRH reportedly goes out riding his Harley around the volcanic mountains
of Tenerife, skids on a patch of loose gravel, loses control and falls
off, smashing several cameras that were on straps around his neck.
Although in considerable pain, he manages to get back on the bike and
ride it down to the port. He lets it drop on the quayside and staggers
up the gangway of the Apollo. He reportedly has a broken arm and several
broken ribs, and has massive bruising. He is seen by a doctor, who
prescribes rest and pain killers. LRH "busts" Dincalci (allegedly
because Dincalci wouldn't give LRH two painkillers at a time--only one),
and LRH's medical care is taken over by Kima Douglas, who had been a
nurse in South Africa.
OUTPOINTS: ADDED INAPPLICABLE COINCIDENCE: Perhaps we should consider
ourselves extremely fortunate, nay, blessed, that the two people (Jim
Dincalci and Kima Douglas) most responsible for existing derogatory
hearsay accounts of LRH--particularly during several periods when his
whereabouts were a secret and a mystery--both had nurse/medical
training, and directly succeeded each other as constant companions to
LRH during the most critical times leading up to, and through, the CIA
involvement with Scientology OTs (developing remote viewing), and
through the subsequent GO catastrophes.
SOURCE: Bare Faced Messiah, Chapter 19

Thursday, 06 December 1973
Gerald Ford takes office as 40th Vice President of the US, one hour
after the House of Representatives completes congressional action on his
nomination.
SOURCE: Encyclopedia Britannica Book of the Year World Chronology,
1965-1983

Saturday, 08 December 1973
President Richard Nixon makes his income tax returns public to "remove
doubts" that he has profitted improperly from office.
SOURCE: Encyclopedia Britannica Book of the Year World Chronology,
1965-1983

Friday, 21 December 1973
Judge Sirica releases to Prosecutor Jaworski those portions of the
subpoenaed tapes and documents that he has ruled are related to the
Watergate affair.
SOURCE: Encyclopedia Britannica Book of the Year World Chronology,
1965-1983

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