Sunday 9 August 2020



Edgar Mitchell (1930 – 2016) was a NASA astronaut and friend of Uri Geller.

Edgar Mitchell's name has been linked to that of Robert Monroe, who promoted out of body experiences.

"As the Pilot of Apollo 14, Edgar Mitchell spent nine hours working on the lunar surface in the Fra Mauro Highlands region, making him the sixth person to walk on the Moon."

Mitchell's interests included consciousness and paranormal phenomena. 

On his way back to Earth during the Apollo 14 flight he had a powerful savikalpa samādhi (one lets go of the ego and becomes aware of Spirit beyond creation) experience,[21]

He claimed to have conducted private ESP experiments with his friends on Earth.[22] 

He retired from NASA and the U.S. Navy in 1972.

Edgar Mitchell.

Edgar Mitchell became founding chairman of the Institute of Noetic Sciences (IONS) in Palo Alto, California in 1973 for the purpose of consciousness research and other "related phenomena".[25][17] 

"Science and religion have lived on opposite sides of the street now for hundreds of years," Mitchell said toward the end of his life. 

"So here we are, in the twenty-first century, trying to put two faces of reality – the existence face and the intelligence or conscious face – into the same understanding. 

"Body and mind, physicality and consciousness belong to the same side of reality."[26]

Annie Jacobsen has asserted that Mitchell's Mind Science Institute (Institute of Noetic Sciences) was employed by the CIA as a surreptitious conduit for payments to Uri Geller.

Uri Geller with Ed Mitchell

In 1976, Mitchell met CIA boss George H W Bush and this led to the formation of the Stargate Project in 1978.[28]

Mitchell claimed that a teenage remote healer living in Vancouver and using the pseudonym "Adam Dreamhealer" helped him heal kidney cancer from a distance. 

Mitchell said that he never had a biopsy

Adam worked (distantly) on Mitchell from December 2003 until June 2004, when the "irregularity was gone and we haven't seen it since".[32]

Mitchell publicly expressed his opinions that he was "90 percent sure that many of the thousands of unidentified flying objects, or UFOs, recorded since the 1940s, belong to visitors from other planets".[33] 

Dateline NBC conducted an interview with Mitchell on April 19, 1996, during which he discussed meeting with officials from three countries who claimed to have had personal encounters with extraterrestrials. 

He said that the evidence for such "alien" contact was "very strong" and "classified" by governments, who were covering up visitations and the existence of alien beings' bodies in places such as Roswell, New Mexico. 

He claimed that UFOs had provided "sonic engineering secrets" that were helpful to the U.S. government. 

Mitchell's book, The Way of the Explorer, discusses his journey into mysticism and space.[34]

In 2004, he told the St. Petersburg Times that a "cabal of insiders" in the U.S. government were studying recovered alien bodies, and that this group had stopped briefing U.S. Presidents after John F. Kennedy.[35] 

He said, "We all know that UFOs are real; now the question is where they come from."[36]

Edgar Mitchell, February 2009

On July 23, 2008, Edgar Mitchell was interviewed on Kerrang Radio by Nick Margerrison

Mitchell claimed the Roswell crash was real and that aliens have contacted humans several times, but that governments have hidden the truth for 60 years, stating: "I happen to have been privileged enough to be in on the fact that we've been visited on this planet, and the UFO phenomenon is real." 

In reply, a spokesman for NASA stated: "NASA does not track UFOs. NASA is not involved in any sort of cover-up about alien life on this planet or anywhere in the universe. Dr Mitchell is a great American, but we do not share his opinions on this issue."[37]

Edgar Mitchell.

In an interview with Fox News on July 25, 2008, Mitchell clarified that his comments did not involve NASA, but quoted unnamed sources, since deceased, at Roswell who confided to him that the Roswell incident did involve an alien craft. 

Mitchell also claims to have subsequently received confirmation from an unnamed intelligence officer at the Pentagon.[38][39]

In an interview for AskMen published March 6, 2014, Mitchell said that he had never seen a UFO,[37] that no one had ever threatened him over his claims regarding UFOs, and that any statements about the covering up of UFOs being a worldwide cabal was "just speculation on my part".[40]

In 2015, Mitchell said in an interview with the Daily Mirror that extraterrestrials "had been attempting to keep us from going to war [with Russia] and help create peace on Earth." 

He also said that "White Sands was a testing ground for atomic weapons - and that's what the extraterrestrials were interested in. They wanted to know about our military capabilities."[41]

Joseph McMoneagle 

The spooky Joseph McMoneagle worked at the Monroe Institute.

Joseph McMoneagle, a retired U.S. Army Chief Warrant Officer was involved in "remote viewing" (RV) operations and experiments conducted by U.S. Army Intelligence and the Stanford Research Institute.

He was recruited for the Stargate Project.

McMoneagle is best known for claims surrounding the investigation of Remote Viewing and the use of paranormal abilities for military intelligence gathering. 

CIA mind control.

McMoneagle grew up surrounded by alcoholism, abuse and poverty. 

"As a child, he had visions at night when scared, and began to hone his psychic abilities in his teens for his own protection when he hitchhiked." 

He enlisted in the Army in 1964, at the age of 18, to get away from the family turmoil. 

McMoneagle subsequently became an experimental remote viewer while serving in U.S. Army Intelligence.[2]

From 1978, he was known as "Remote Viewer No. 1" at Project Stargate - the U.S. Army's psychic intelligence unit at Fort Meade, Maryland.[3]

In 1995, funding for Project Stargate was terminated and the unit was decommissioned after the official finding that "no discernible benefit had been established".[1]

McMoneagle became a speaker at the Monroe Institute,[8] where he had previously been sent as part of his RV training.[9]

Rob Cowart, Joe McMoneagle, and Tom McNear.

McMoneagle then ran an RV business aimed at the corporate world called Intuitive Intelligence Applications, Inc.[10]

His services included that "he can help a wildcatter find an oil well or a quarry operator know where to mine".[11]

According to McMoneagle, humans came from creatures somewhat like sea otters rather than primates and were created in a laboratory by creators who "seeded" the earth and then departed.[23]
Media appearances[edit]

McMoneagle co-wrote an episode of the psychic science fiction show The Dead Zone.

In the episode, remote viewing was used in the hunt for Osama Bin Laden.

Geller and Kissinger.

There is a belief that the security services, working on behalf of the Kosher Nostra, use Satanic Ritual Abuse as a way of controlling certain important people.

Uri Geller, who has been linked to the Mossad and the CIA.

RAINS, the Ritual Abuse Information Network Support, is an organisation which was set up in 1989 by a group of therapists, psychologists and social workers who believed that children in the U.K. were being violently abused in satanic rituals.

The RAINS List is a list of people alleged to be linked to this satanic ritual abuse. has pointed out that Uri Geller is linked to some of the alleged Satanists on The RAINS List

Uri Geller & The RAINS List |

"The following people are all good friends with Uri Geller.

"They are also ALL named on Dr Joan Coleman’s R.A.I.N.S. list as having attended satanic rituals in which children were raped, tortured and in some cases murdered."

1. SIR EDWARD HEATH – Ex Prime Minister

"Heath named on RAINS list.

"Ted Heath reportedly had a cult funeral ceremony in Salisbury on 31st July 2001 - attended by (amongst others) Lord Montague, Virginia Bottomley, Ruth Kelly, Lord Moyne and Charles Clarke."

‘Eleven boys went on Ted Heath’s yacht but I counted only 10 who left his boat’
Group of women who say they were abused by Sir Edward Heath also claim their parents ran a satanic sex cult that was involved in SIXTEEN child murders
Claims that Sir Edward Heath was a paedophile are ‘120 per cent genuine’, police chief claims


"Montagu is named on the RAINS list as having attended satanic rituals.

"His house is named as being one of the venues used for satanic rituals.

"Montagu’s second wife is also listed too.

"Dandy peer sex trial changed Britain (two of those he is accused of sexually assaulting were underage boys)"



"David Frost is named in the RAINS list as having attended satanic rituals.

"As is his wife and his father in law.

"Also his home, Arundel Castle, is named as being one of the venues they use to hold satanic rituals.

Uri attended Frost’s funeral (as did other VIP’s who are ‘alleged’ child abusers)

Both Frost and his wife are named in Epstein’s black book

Paul Boateng


PAUL BOATENG (ex MP)  is named in the RAINS List as having attended satanic rituals

Portillo and Geller.

5. MICHAEL PORTILLO (former cabinet minister)

Michael Portillo is  named in the RAINS List as having attended satanic rituals.

There have been Child abuse allegations.

Princess Michael of Kent.


Princess Micael is named in the RAINS List as having attended satanic rituals.

Sir Elton John


Elton John is named on the RAINS list as having contributed financially to the ritual abuse cult.




In Israel, Uri Geller meeting Boris Johnson's team.

Uri Geller and Esther Rantzen.

In the NEW FOREST 1. MP Julian Lewis 2. Esther Ratnzen 3. (13m NW of Bloodoaks) Edward Heath 4. (13m SE of Bloodoaks) Cult abuse 5. (13m SE of Bloodoaks) Cult abuse 6. (2m further south) Cult abuse

The Exeter connection: Clement Freud, Uri Geller, Jimmy Savile, Michael Jackson, Greville Janner...





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At 9 August 2020 at 13:14 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Fyi, BLM supporters have now killed more blacks in a month than the police have in 35 years. Had enuff yet?

At 10 August 2020 at 03:26 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Happy story

At 10 August 2020 at 04:59 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Jew on Jew crime, yet somehow blaming Mengele/Germans must attract boobuses' attention

At 10 August 2020 at 05:10 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

At 10 August 2020 at 09:16 , Blogger Neilly Free Mind said...

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At 10 August 2020 at 09:28 , Blogger Anon said...

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At 10 August 2020 at 13:19 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yeah, but the moon landings were faked, so why would we believe anything Mitchell says about extraterrestrials?

At 10 August 2020 at 16:36 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

'Scottish madam' Anna Gristina attempts to appoint Uri Geller's son as lawyer

An alleged Scottish 'madam' who is accused of running a high-class prostitution ring from her home in upstate New York has made an attempt to dismiss her legal team and be represented instead by a group of lawyers which includes Uri Geller's son

By Mark Hughes, New York

May 10, 2012

In the latest bizarre twist in her case, Anna Gristina attempted to have Daniel Geller, the son of the famous 'psychic', appointed as one of a new three-man legal team.

Mr Geller, whose father was a close friend of the pop star Michael Jackson, told the court that he was only admitted as a lawyer in the state of New York six weeks ago and has been working as an intern at the Kings County District Attorney's office.

Mrs Gristina, a 44-year-old mother-of-four from Edinburgh, was arrested in February accused of running a multi-million dollar brothel for the past 15 years while living a double live as a 'soccer mom'.

She has been held in a US prison since her arrest and has repeatedly complained about her bail, saying that at $2 million (£1.2 million) it is too high.

At a hearing on Wednesday she attempted to have her legal team sacked and have a new team, which includes Mr Geller, appointed.

The judge, Juan Merchan, at Manhattan Supreme Court, refused to grant the application until a further hearing was scheduled for Tuesday.

He said he was concerned that the man Mrs Gristina wants to lead the new legal team, Norm Pattis, is not licensed as an attorney in New York.

The judge was also apparently perturbed at the attempt to have Mr Geller, 31, on the legal team, suggesting he was not experienced enough.

Mr Merchan said: "He [Mr Pattis] is going to be assisted in this by someone whose experience is a few months interning."

Mr Geller, whose father became famous for his ability to bend spoons apparently with his mind, told the court that he had "practised as a barrister in England and Wales for approximately four years," but has only been a member of the New York bar since March 26.

Another member of Mrs Gristina's proposed legal team, Peter Gleason, spoke in praise of Mr Geller, who is said to have worked as an attorney in California most recently, saying: "his research was impeccable."

Mr Geller, who now lives in New York, confirmed that his father was Uri Geller when asked by the Daily Telegraph. But he declined to say how he had become involved in Mrs Gristina's case.

An online profile of Mr Geller said that he was a pupil at Carmelite Chambers and New Court Chambers and also worked at Staple Inn Chambers.

It says he attended the London School of Economics and the Universite Robert Schuman in Strasbourg.

Uri Geller's website says that he decided to support Exeter City, a team which he later became chairman of, because Daniel believes he had a past life in Exeter.

At 11 August 2020 at 03:15 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Because obviously the two arent necessarily connected. One doesnt have to go to the moon to see/understand we are not alone here.

At 11 August 2020 at 03:23 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Masons on the Moon.

Apparently the easiest way to the moon is to become a Freemason.

We'll just have to take their word for it that they actually went.

At 11 August 2020 at 04:36 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Not extraterrestrial. Try 'ultraterrestrial'. They are Jinns and have been around a while.

At 11 August 2020 at 13:34 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

They are connected, because if Mitchell was lying about going to the moon then he has no creibility on any other subject, such as alien life.

At 12 August 2020 at 21:16 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

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(I had to add things to explain rather unknown points here).

Take care of yourself (Neilly)

At 15 August 2020 at 16:20 , Blogger Neilly Free Mind said...

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