PARANORMAL PHENOMENON FBI/DEFENSE INTELLIGENCE FILES
FBI and Defense Intelligence Agency files covering paranormal phenomenon. Subjects include: Soviet Union Controlled Offensive Behavior ("Mind Control"), Warsaw Pact - Soviet Union Paraphysics Research & Development, Czechoslovakian Parapsychology Research, Nikola Tesla, Animal Mutilation Project, Majestic 12, and Dr. Wilhelm Reich.
SOVIET UNION CONTROLLED OFFENSIVE BEHAVIOR ("MIND CONTROL")
A 172 page 1972 page Defense Intelligence Agency report. Covers Soviet research on numerous areas including: parapsychology, psychological weapons, apport technique, ESP, Psychokinesis, hypnosis, artificial reincarnation, telepathic hypnosis, hypnopedia, subliminal perception, propaganda and mass media, and psychopharmacological warfare
WARSAW PACT-SOVIET UNION PARAPHYSIC RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT
A 125 page 1978 Defense Intelligence Agency report. Covers paraphysic research & development in the Soviet Union and Warsaw Pact countries. Subjects include: energetic process, subception, dowsing, myotransfer, gravitation, and holography.
CZECHOSLOVAKIAN - SOVIET PARAPSYCHOLOGY RESEARCH
A 68 page 1975 Defense Intelligence Agency report. Covers Czechoslovakian and Soviet parapsychology research including: ESP, telepathy, out-of-body phenomenon and psychtronic generators.
250 pages of files copied from FBI Headquarters in Washington, D.C., covering Nikola Tesla. Tesla discovered the rotating magnetic field, the basis of most alternating-current machinery. In 1891 he invented the Tesla coil, an induction coil widely used in radio technology. Files contain general information about the electrical inventor and inquiries from members of the public about what federal agency seized his papers after his death. Some people felt that his papers contained information on experiments involving a "death ray."
130 pages of files copied from FBI Headquarters in Washington, D.C., and covering the Animal Mutilation Project. These records contain accounts of animal mutilations which were discovered in various states during the late 1970's. Over the years, several theories have been expounded to explain the mutilations, including UFOs, satanic cults, pranksters, unknown government agencies, or natural predators. The FBI entered the case when 15 mutilations occurred in New Mexican Indian country. The investigation was negative with respect to identifying the individuals responsible.
22 pages of files copied from FBI Headquarters in Washington, D.C., and covering the Majestic 12 papers investigation. These memos dating from 1988 to 1991 relate to an FBI inquiry into the possible unauthorized disclosure of classified information when a document marked "Top Secret" was made public. The document refers to the recovery of alien aircraft and alien bodies. This investigation was closed after it was learned that the document was completely bogus.
DR. WILHELM REICH
789 pages of files copied from FBI Headquarters in Washington, D.C., and covering Wilhelm Reich. This German immigrant described himself as the Associate Professor of Medical Psychology, Director of the Orgone Institute, President and research physician of the Wilhelm Reich Foundation, and discoverer of biological or life energy. Reich was an early disciple of Freud. After dabbling with Marxism, he began theorizing about a universal life-giving "orgone energy," which, he said, was expressed through neurosis-free orgasms. Reich had believers sitting in "orgone accumulators", seeking relief from everything from anxiety to cancer. Reich blamed UFOs for a deadly counter-energy and said red fascists were out to get him.
Files cover a 1940 security investigation was begun to determine the extent of Reich's communist commitments. In 1947, a security investigation concluded that neither the Orgone Project nor any of its staff were engaged in subversive activities or were in violation of any statue within the jurisdiction of the FBI. In 1954 the U.S. Attorney General filed a complaint seeking permanent injunction to prevent interstate shipment of devices and literature put out by Dr. Reich's group. That same year, Dr. Reich was arrested for contempt of court for violation of the Attorney General's injunction. Reich died in 1957 while serving a two-year federal prison term for shipping "orgone accumulators" across state lines.