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YOO-HOO! PTSC! About those copyrights PART 1
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YOO-HOO! PTSC! About those copyrights PART 4

22 August 2001:
Re: Attention Librarian


5 March 2001:
Re: Question for CL or Librarian


10 April 2000:
Part 1, 1972-1973 FIX AND REPOST
Part 1, 1972-1973 FIX AND REPOST (Continued)
Part 2, 1974-1975 FIX AND REPOST
Part 2, 1974-1975 FIX AND REPOST (Continued)
Part 3, 1976-A FIX AND REPOST
Part 4, 1976-B FIX AND REPOST
Part 5, 1977 FIX AND REPOST
Part 6, 1978 FIX AND REPOST
Part 7, 1979-1980 FIX AND REPOST
Part 8, 1981-1982 FIX AND REPOST
Re: Owen, We Have a Problem

3 March 2000:
Re Part 3, 1976-A

25 February 2000:
PGPed Where the heck have *I* been? From 1972 to 1982 and back!

17 January 1999:
THE LIBRARIAN AND THE LIVING DEAD

8 December 1998:
Re: Urgent to Veritas: Marie

18 November 1998:
LIEBERMAN AND THE LIBRARIAN, PART I
LIEBERMAN AND THE LIBRARIAN, PART II
LIEBERMAN AND THE LIBRARIAN, PART III
LIEBERMAN AND THE LIBRARIAN, PART I—CORRECTED

8 October 1998:
A Message and Picture From The ARSCC Librarian

9 April 1998:
ZED'S "DEAR LIBRARIAN" LETTER

4 March 1998:
ZED, HONEY, I'VE GOT WHAT YOU NEED!
Re: The Missing Ten Months


13 January 1998:
THE LIBRARIAN LOSES IT WITH SHERIFF RON

5 January 1998:
Re: ENTHETA.NET archive: The Librarian
Re: Librarian: riddle me this.....

4 January 1998:
Re: Challenge to Critics and Scientologists Alike
LIBRARIAN CALLING JETA!

30 December 1997:
THE LIBRARIAN'S PRESENT TO LITIGANTS

29 December 1997:
THE LIBRARIAN HAS PRESENTS!
PRESENT TO BOOKBUYERS
PRESENT FOR WILLIAM BARWELL
PRESENT FOR RON'S AMIGO
PRESENT FOR JUSTIN

22 December 1997:
LOOK WHAT YOUR LITTLE OL' LIBRARIAN FOUND!

21 December 1997:
THE LIBRARIAN SAYS *NOT* RECOMMENDED READING!

19 December 1997:
jf05353-A THANK-YOU CARD FROM THE LIBRARIAN
ZED STRUGGLES WITH THE LIBRARIAN
SHERIFF RON INTERROGATES THE LIBRARIAN
THE SHERIFF COMES BACK FOR MORE
RE: ZED STRUGGLES WITH THE LIBRARIAN--NOT!
ZED AND THE SHERIFF GANG UP ON THE LIBRARIAN

17 December 1997:
ZED VS. THE LIBRARIAN-1
ZED VS. THE LIBRARIAN-2
ZED VS. THE LIBRARIAN-3
ZED VS. THE LIBRARIAN-4
ZED VS. THE LIBRARIAN-5
ZED VS. THE LIBRARIAN-6
ZED VS. THE LIBRARIAN-7

15 December 1997:
Challenge to Critics and Scientologists Alike

11 December 1997:
Re: Scientology/IRS Connection


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Public Research Foundation Press Release: "HIDDEN TIES BETWEEN IRS AND SCIENTOLOGY REVEALED"

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5 March 2001:
Re: Question for CL or Librarian

Always eager to help, even when in sweat-drenched tennis togs (bite knuckles here), the hot-to-trot Librarian pulls up some references—while pulling off some clothes—regarding the CIA Scientology-based remote viewing program, revisiting President Jimmy Carter's gaffe when he admitted that the use of remote viewing for military objectives had reached all the way to the White House.

Message-ID: <200103050819.f258JiS04563@berlin.neuropa.net>
Date: 5 Mar 2001 08:24:42 -0000
From: Anonymous-Remailer@See.Comment.Header (The Librarian)
Subject: Re: Question for CL or Librarian
References: <3aa2c8d3.0@news2.lightlink.com>

Ooooooooohhhh! I am soooooo excited!

Mike McClaughry, you big, sweet, wonderful *hunk*, you! I could just
*squeeze* you to *pieces* and give you big, wet, hot kisses just,
like, *all* over! Mmmmm-WAH! MMmm-WAH! Mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm-WAH!!!!!

Um. Oh. I mean... I meant big, wet, hot *platonic* kisses, of
*course*! I mean, I sure wouldn't want Virginia to turn me over her
knee, and pull up my tennis skirt (I have *just* arrived at The ARSCC
Chimerical Library from a set and I am *so* swwwwweaty!), and just
spank and spank and spank and... Ohhhhh. My little bottom is.... Oh,
it's just *burning* just *thinking* about it... Ohhhh....

Eek! I better buckle down to business, huh?! If you don't mind, Mike,
darling, would you turn your head? I have just *got* to get *out* of
this wet top and sports bra and slip on my work clothes while we talk
here. That's a darling!

Well, annnnnnywaaaaayz, I am *so* tickled that you put my name in the
subject line and need some HARD FACTS! I just (Grrrrrrrrrrr!) *love* a
man who wants HARD FACTS!

Now what can I help you with, you sweet little gorgeous man?

>Dear CL

<HMPH!> Well, I hope *I* will do. (Now, where in the heck do you
suppose I left my lacy bra? It's not here in the utility drawer, and
that's where I usually leave it. Hmmmm. Did I change in the cloak
room?) You go ahead and talk, sweetie, while I look. Don't mind me. I
can hear you.

>From Mike McClaughry

Isn't that cute how you do that. That is just SOOOOoooo precious how
you put that there like that. I just want to pinch your widdle cheek!

>What are the sources for the following two time track entries?
>
>TKU

Oh, honey, you are *so* WLCM! But when *I* posted the timeline back
in - Oh, gosh, it was just *ages* ago! I included the sources. Don't
you have copies of *that*, Sweetie Pie? If not, I guess that cranky
ol' CL must have posted excerpts from it with*out* including the
source information.

(A-HEM! CL! What in the world am I going to do with you! I go to *all*
the trouble to provide you boys with HARD FACTS, and then you go and
be *that* careless with things. Sheeeeesh! But I still love you! Now
*where* the heck is my *bra*?! I am getting *cold* like this.)

Go ahead, Mike--I *am* listening, honey. You need the sources for
what?

>1 c. September c. 1979
>
>The GRILL FLAME remote-viewing unit at Fort Meade, Maryland (about
>twenty-five miles northeast of Washington, D.C.) is housed in two
>wooden buildings secluded in trees on at 2560 and 2561 Llewellyn
>Street. Fort Meade is the home for, among other things, the National
>Security Agency (NSA), the...

*Here's* my dang bra! <Tsk!> I put the mail on top of it! Finally!
Yes, darling, patient Mikey, I *am* listening. I just have to fasten
the blessed thing and slip my blouse on. Go ahead, honey... Eyes on
the paper, Mikey, sweetheart.

>...the U.S. First Army, and part of the Army's Intelligence and
>Security Command (INSCOM), under which GRILL FLAME is officially
>established.

Oh, I remember this! Wow, Mikey! This was right around the time that
the trial of Mary Sue Hubbard and the GO boys and girls was all over
the papers. This is almost right when they signed the "Stipulation of
Evidence"! Jeeminy! Let me look this up for you. Go on...

>Orders come in from the Pentagon's Office of the Army's Assistant
>Chief of Staff for Intelligence, and its tasking requests originate
>from a variety of offices throughout the U.S. intelligence community,
>including the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), the Defense
>Intelligence Agency (DIA), and the President's National Security
>Council (NSC). Orders coming into the office, and information going
>out, are stamped not only with the standard Army intelligence SECRET,
>but with the Pentagon code word, GRILL FLAME. Only a few dozen
>officials in the intelligence community have been briefed on the
>existence of the Grill Flame project. "Access is limited," an Army
>memorandum of the time notes, "to those personnel approved on a 'by
>name' basis."
>
>Joseph McMoneagle has emerged as one of...

Whoa whoa whoa! Slow down, big boy! Take a breath! (Now where *are* my
glasses?) A girl can only go so fast, you know. <WINK> Okay, Mikey,
hold on a second, honey. I'm checking...

Gimme' a sec...

Oh! Here it is. Yes. That information on "GRILL FLAME" comes from a
book: "Remote Viewers; the Secret History of America{s Psychic Spies,"
by Jim Schnabel. And that reference comes from Chapter 1. Now what
were you saying about McMoneagle, you darling boy? He's not in this
same reference, so it seems like you're running several together. You
go ahead though, honey. What does it say? No, I'm okay. I'm just
squirming 'cause - well, it's just that thing where you sweat and your
pantie legs start to chafe a little, ya' know? I'm fine. Go ahead...

>Joseph McMoneagle has emerged as one of the government's better
>remote viewers. He is also a consultant for the Stanford Research
>Institute (SRI) remote viewing labs (where Scientology OT VII Hal
>Puthoff is Director, and where OT VII Ingo Swann trains government
remote viewers). McMoneagle is...

Oh yes! That *is* right around that same time. Owp! <Hand to mouth>
Oops. I interrupted you. I am *so* sorry.

>McMoneagle is being assigned numerous remote viewing tasks, for which
>he will later be granted a coveted Legion of Merit award for
>excellence in intelligence service.
>
>Note:
>The 1984 citation for McMoneagle's Legion of Merit award, covering
>this time period...

That's right around the beginning of September, 1979. Ooooopsie!
Sorrrrrr-eeeee. I'll be quiet...

>...says in part: "...He served most recently as a Special Project
>Intelligence Officer...as one of the original planners and movers of
>A UNIQUE INTELLIGENCE PROJECT THAT IS REVOLUTIONIZING THE
>INTELLIGENCE COMMUNITY. ...He used his talents and expertise in the
>execution of more than 200 missions, addressing over 150 Essential
>Elements of Information [EEI]. These EEI contained critical
>intelligence reported at the highest echelons of our military and
>government, including such national level agencies as the Joint
>Chiefs of Staff, DIA, NSA, CIA, DEA, and the Secret Service,

Jeeeeeeeez! *He* was sucking lemons with the big boys, huh?

>...producing crucial and vital intelligence UNAVAILABLE FROM ANY
>OTHER SOURCE.
>
>McMoneagle has since said, in a 1998 interview: "Probably less than
>two percent of the information pertinent to the [remote viewing]
>program has been released; certainly almost none of the operational
>data. A great deal of the research data is still classified as well."

Do you know I think I spilled my coffee on this blouse this morning?
Hang on and let me just get a moist towlette out of my purse <Unh! -
got it!> to wipe this off. I'm sorry to keep you waiting, sweetie, but
I just *hate* having stains on my clothes. Don't you?! Oh, bother! I
think it's stained now, and now I'm all damp in front!

>Note:
>What is the source of this data?

Awwwwwwwww! Aren't you sweeeeeet? You handed me a little note. You are
*such* a gentleman, Mikey. It's okay. You can look. Well! It looks
like I have *two* sources for all of that. One of them is Dr. Edwin C.
Mays "Response to the CIA/AIR Report on Remote Viewing." And the other
would be... Here it is: "Psychic World" interview with Joseph
McMoneagle, Summer issue, 1998.

Does that help you, Mikey, my little darling fact-loving boy?

What? You have *more* Well, I always love a man that has *more*!
Ooooooooo! Bring it *on*!

>15 September 1979
>
>U.S. Intelligence agencies have become aware that the Russians have
>built what is the largest building under a single roof in the world.
>No one in the agencies, however, knows what is going on inside. The
>President's National Security Council (NSC) staff...

That was that cute little peanut-picker Jimmy Carter. Oh! And *he's*
the one who later gave away the *farm* - well, so to speak - about
remote viewing being used by the Presidents! Ohhhh, Mikey, your
eyebrows have drawn together in that mean way. Sorrrrrrr-eeeee. I'll
be good. <Titter>

>...orders INSCOM to have remote viewers see what they can determine
>about it. One of INSCOM's better remote-viewers, Joseph McMoneagle (a
>consultant with OT VII Hal Puthoff) reports, after his remote viewing
>of the facility, that a very large, new type of submarine with 18-20
>missile launch tubes and a "large flat area" at the aft end will be
>launched in 100 days.
>
>Note:
>Two Soviet subs, one with 24 launch tubes, and the other with 20
>launch tubes and a large flat aft deck--the completely new Soviet
>"Typhoon"-class, and now largest in the world--are sighted 120 days
>later.

Are you passing me another note, you naughty little thing? Oh, no, I
see - that's a "Note:" that's in the timeline.

>Posted by CL to internet - what is the source of this data?

That little *stinker* CL! Sources are *soooooo* important!

Wellll, the source of *that* part you just read is.... Hmmm. Di-dee,
di-dee, di-dee. Looking... Do you like this nail color? I don't
usually like green, but this is *so* rich and dark, and has the subtle
little holograms in it. Can you see that? Isn't that, like, *amazing*
how they do that? Okay, I think I've got this here. Yep!

That comes from two separate sources, too. The first one is the
"Federation of American Scientists" web site. Their main site is at

http://www.fas.org/

But the part of that specific reference you read comes from one of
their pages on their site:

http://www.fas.org/irp/program/collect/stargate.htm

And the other source for what you read is the "Psychic World"
interview with McMoneagle, Summer issue, 1998, that I gave you a
minute ago.

That it? You happy, Mikey. Oh, I *so* love to see a man satisfied and
happy. Come here and let me give you a *bi-i-i-i-i-i-igggg* hug! Oooo!
Oh, now, look - I've gotten you damp on the front from my blouse. Let
me get something and wipe that...

Mikey? What's your hurry? You really got to go? <Sigh> Wellllll...
Okay. Give my love to Virginia - tell her The Librarian said hi. And
I *reeeeeally* love what she's been doing getting all those HARD FACTS
collected about all those alterations. Sheeesh! I *still* don't
understand why *anybody* would vandalize something like that. Do you?

Okay, 'bye Mikey, my dear, dear, sweet loveable boy! If you need
*anything* else, you be sure and drop by the old creaking Library
again, okay? I promise I will be on my *best* behavior!

(I am getting myself out of these sweaty panties, *right now*!)

                            --<The ARSCC Librarian>


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