Friday, August 30, 2013

Orgone Accumulator

Make Your Own Accumulator

Reich's orgone accumulator was a box that worked like a capacitor to collect and store energy from the surrounding space. The collected energy would flow by gradient into the lower energy of the person inside the box. His boxes were alternating layers of wood and metal. The organic layer attracted energy and the metal then radiated energy toward the center of the box. A simple, effective accumulator blanket can be made at home from easily obtainable materials. 36" x 28" is a good medium size to make. Three pieces of 100% wool fabric are layered sandwich style with two layers of fine gauge steel wool (the grades of #0000 or #000) to produce the blanket. Acrylic felt can also be used instead of wool but not polyester because it has a negative bio-energetic effect.

Thursday, August 29, 2013

New World Police


Police Now Can Switch off iPhone Camera and Wi-Fi

 ScreenHunter_2023 Aug. 19 16.39Thanks to the Tech Staff at Apple Computers


Police throughout the globe have been embarrassed to see online videos of their officers pepper spraying tied captives. In our age of mobile gadgets the pictures can be uploaded online in seconds, making supervisors to answer the questions.
But now the police may not need to fear scrutiny anymore, because Apple has recently patented a piece of technology that would allow the authorities and police to block data transmission, including video and photos, whenever they like. All they need to do is decide that a public gathering or venue is deemed “sensitive” and needs to be protected from externalities. In this case Apple will enable them to switch off all its gear. The developers insist that the affected locations are normally cinemas, theaters and concert grounds, but Apple admits it could also be used in covert police or government operations that may need complete “blackout” conditions.
In the meantime, privacy outfits point out that it could also be used to prevent such whistle blowers as Edward Snowden from shooting pictures and sharing them online. In response, Apple claimed that the wireless transmission of sensitive data to a remote source is a threat to security, with the sensitive data being anything from classified government data to answers to an exam administered in an academic setting.
Anyway, the fact is that Apple has patented the means to transmit an encoded signal to all wireless gadgets, commanding them to disable recording functions. The developers reveal that the policies would be activated by GPS, and Wi-Fi or mobile base-stations that would ring-fence around a building or a sensitive area in order to prevent mobile cameras from taking pictures or recording video.

Tuesday, August 27, 2013

Rants from Fred the Green Alien.

Alright Earth mutts.. I'm back from a rather extended stay in the Delphic Expanse, which, for those of you who don't know is a sector in the Q quadrant (maybe that's where the Star Trek reference came from, I don't know about that - I'm no freakin' Kirk fan!) I have been in a - sort of - strange Kafka like sequester since I last made entry here on this blog. It's a very curious story really. Several Aghartians stumbled into C6668332MEX5, which, some of you know, is the official number of the cave I am presently held in. I'm not sure if these Aghartians were just routinely digging about the under-earth, as they've been known to do, or, if they were simply checking up on the underworld activities of the Majestic in this region. (as mentioned in a previous post, I am housed in a large cave with dorm like structures far below a small town in the Mexican countryside.) Regardless, these Aghartians did not know me previous to this excursion, but, rather, they mistakenly believed that I was being held and treated with malicious intent by my captors so they "Broke me out." Then, with the assistance of some ugly Nagas looking bastards that had a triangular transport craft (which was a bit old school due to its vibrational propulsion system) they hijacked me and we laid travel through several amazing light phenomena "with a signature that does not match the behavior of a supernova or any previously observed astronomical transient phenomenon in the universe," either to mine eye, or to the eyes of my self consigned traveling amigos. Anyway, the rest of the story gets into matters which cannot possibly be conceptualized by the small brains of Earth Humans, so, therefore, I will not continue with this tale. Rather, I will compliment our new site spokesperson who has sent video testimony in upon behalf of Dr. Fryye's short subject documentary THE MOORPARK LIGHTS. This video testimony is a brave attempt to validate that the phenomena of the Moorpark Lights actually occurs out there in lonely Ventura County, California. Kudos to this unnamed gentleman for a bang up job! Although, in my experience people will still not believe.. (FYI. Personally, a couple of my Deros buddies have told me, off the record, it's Saurian pranksters just having a yuck or two on Earth Humans out there in Moorpark, that it's not the federal government of the United States testing a new dazzler weapon. I'll leave that up for you all to figure out.) Yes, it's good to be back!  (original post on blog: Fred the Green Alien 2008)

Tuesday, August 20, 2013

Alien in the Highway ..

David B MacLeod askes: What's more out of place in this picture, with the rugged landscape of the Desert, the Alien or the telephone poles n wires. I think the poles n wires are photoshopped. Happy Birthday Mr. Crisman. 28 minutes ago · Unlike · 1 Lee Crisman responds: I can appreciate your scrutiny Mr. MacLeod, and, certainly, thank you for your best wishes on my birthday, however, I feel compelled to say that anything I post is very real and very untouched. This creature introduced himself to me a Sargus B from Zeptar 6... (not sure on either spelling) Although I don't know if he/she is from the "hard" galaxy", or, if Sargus B is an inter-dimensional traveler, I am sure he/she is damn ugly. The creature's boots are the only thing which appear to be human-crafted.., hence, scrutiny of my own has arisen to the alien's authenticity. Regardless, when I questioned Sargus B over the apparent earthly origin of the boots, (over a bottle of Old Overholt Rye, by the way), Sargus B indicated that he took them off some smart mouthed teenager on a quadrunner who had flipped him the Bird. As to the telephone poles, they are really there, obviously part of the grid used by the government Evil Eyeball to watch each and every one of us. 60982345BZ3:/// for those with the proper access code you may enter the site @ Also. Crisman lends his voice to the diverse musical stream @

Wednesday, August 14, 2013

reportedly from his "Roswell" period..

Although it is tough to make out, it is clear the man in the bottom photo is wearing some Crisman trademark glasses from his "Roswell" period.  If it is Crisman, he's a bit skinny.., (and where's his cowboy hat?)  but, we acknowledge that it could be.  These shots are credited as by an unnamed girlfriend of Crisman's down Ajo Arizona way.  We are willing to believe that it is Mr. Crisman in this shot, however, we have not been able to establish proof that this is in fact Lee Crisman in the desert.  Regardless, his American Indian girlfriend is an intriguing notion, and, if she would contact us to verify these photos we would be pleased very pleased to present that information here on our humble blog dedicated to the man.., the myth.., the unknown solder.., Lee Crisman.

Any and all relevant information can be sent to (they will forward to us);;;

Our thanks - Maggy and Aurthur.

Saturday, August 10, 2013

mind control ..

Who doesn’t want a telepathic ray gun? The U.S. Army sure does. It’s already researched a device that could beam words into your skull, according to the 1998 report "Bioeffects of Selected Nonlethal Weapons." The report says that, with the help of special microwaves, “this technology could be developed to the point where words could be transmitted to be heard like the spoken word, except that it could only be heard within a person’s head.” The device could “communicate with hostages” and could “facilitate a private message transmission.”
In 2002, the Air Force Research laboratory patented a similar microwave device. Rep. Dennis Kucinich seemed concerned, because one year earlier, he proposed the Space Preservation Act, which called for a ban of all “Psychotronic weapons.” It didn’t pass.
The mind games don’t stop there. The CIA’s massive mind control experiment, Project MKUltra, remains the pet project of paranoid people everywhere. Beginning in the early 1950s, the CIA started asking strange questions in memos, like:
“Can we get control of an individual to the point where he will do our bidding against his will and even against fundamental laws of nature, such as self-preservation?”
In April 1953, the CIA decided to find out. The Agency wanted to develop drugs that could manipulate Soviet spies and foreign leaders—essentially, a truth serum. The CIA brimmed with other ideas, too, but Director Allen Dulles complained that there weren’t enough “human guinea pigs to try these extraordinary techniques.”