L. RON HUBBARD, ANCHOR POINTS, AND THE MILITARY
As the next break neared, Major Ed confided to Art something about personal "anchor points" that he, Dames, uses in his remote viewing, and the beginnings of a warp seemed to materialize, just for a moment. But it was only after the news break, after the usual spate of survivalist-gear and natural-remedy ads, that the weird warp appeared, wavered, flickered, and then formed fully in the late-night radio waves:
ART BELL: Ed, are you there?
ED DAMES: I'm here.
ART BELL: All right, here's a pretty rough fax, and let's
see how you handle it, all right?
ED DAMES: Okay.
ART BELL: (reading): "Art, Ed Dames knows damn well that
Hal Puthoff, Ingo Swann and Pat Price--all key players in the
remote viewing program--were Scientologists, and that the
military intelligence community were dogging L. Ron Hubbard
for decades. Remote viewing came from Hubbard's discoveries
and Dames KNOWS IT"--underlined. "Why did he lie or
'play dumb' when you mentioned Hubbard? For instance, the
term 'anchor points' is ONLY a Hubbard discovery"--"only"
underlined. Any comment?
ED DAMES: Bunk. All bunk.
ART BELL: All bunk?
ED DAMES: Yep. Every single bit of that is bunk.
ART BELL: Okay--
ED DAMES: And, by the way, if there's anybody out there with
a voice stress analyzer or any other type of lie machine (sic), put
it on! And I'll say it again: it's bunk! Total bunk.
My, my, but the smooth and suave Major Ed suddenly sounded downright testy! We thought that perhaps the Major didth protesteth too much. He almost sounded like Clinton denying having sexual relations with Monica. And so we decided to step through that odd, warped little wrinkle that had appeared in space-time. And what did we find? Well, as Art Bell might say: "Oh-h-h-h, my!"
HELLO, CIA. WELCOME TO PLANET VERITAS.