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Rima Laibow


Psychiatrist, deals with purported UFO abductees. Laibow clims to be an abductee herself. Previously associated with Budd Hopkins. Organizer of TREAT (Treatment and Research of Experienced Anomalous Trauma). Married to Gen. Albert Stubblebine.

"As late as the summer of 1991, [C.B. Scott] Jones and Laibow were planning a yachting excursion together with Col. John Alexander to investigate anomalies in the Bahamas."

"Laibow, Stubblebine and ufologist Victoria Lacas (with Jones in the shadows) toured Europe and the Soviet Union, where they have established a prodigious UFO/Psi network."

(Durant, Robert J., "Will the Real Scott Jones Please Stand Up?")

Author of:

"Dyadic Repair: A Clinical Approach to Autistic Recovery and Prodigy Retrieval", Subtle Energies, vol 1, #2, 1990


Gen. Albert Stubblebine


albert stubblebine

  • Former head of the U.S. Army Intelligence & Security Command (INSCOM) 1981-84 .

  • Masters degree in chemical engineering from Columbia.

  • Signed classified contracts with the Monroe Institute. (Emerson, Steven, Secret Warriors, G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1988, pg 103-4).

  • Stubblebine often met with Noriega while he was a US intelligence asset. (Emerson, 1988, pg 110-1)

  • Former boss of Col. John Alexander, and the two have held numerous "spoon-bending" parties.

  • Friends with Lyn Buchanan [according to a representative from PSI TECH, the two are not friends].

  • Married to ufologist Rima Laibow.
    (Porter, Tom, Government Research into ESP & Mind Control, March, 1996)

Soon after becoming head of INSCOM, Stubblebbine began a program called the "High Performance Task Force", a series of methods to improve his officer's performance. These ranged from the neuro-linquistic programming of Tony Robbins to the hemisynch tapes of the Monroe Institute, where Stubblebine often sent his officers. (Schnabel, Jim, Remote Viewers: The Secret History of America's Psychic Spies, Dell, 1997, pg 276)

The "spoon-bending parties" were initiated by a west coast defense industry consultant, Jack Houck. (Schnabel, 1997, pg 278)

Following an incident involving an officer having a psychotic episode at the Monroe Institute, Stubblebine resigned in 1984. He was replaced by Major General Harry Soyster. (Schnabel, 1997, pg 316)

"Formerly Vice President for 'Intelligence Systems' of BDM of McClean, Virginia." As of 1992, Chairman of PSI-TECH.

"Laibow, Stubblebine and ufologist Victoria Lacas (with [C.B. Scott] Jones in the shadows) toured Europe and the Soviet Union, where they have established a prodigious UFO/Psi network."
(Durant, Robert J., "Will the Real Scott Jones Please Stand Up?")

Stubblebine gave a lecture at the International Symposium on UFO Research, sponsored by the International Association for New Science, in Denver, Colorado (May 22-25, 1992). This gives a good example of Stubblebine's coherence (or lack there of) and paranoia (he often threatened to destroy the tape). Stubblebine claimed that none of the members of the remote viewing program had prior psychic abilities or interests (all other sources state that they did).

Ingo Swann


ingo swann

  • New York artist and subject in many psychic experiments.

  • Swann served in the US Army from 1955-8, primarily serving in the Far East and Korea.

  • I don't know the nature of his service, but he describes his work as being with the highest echelons of the military, and he retained a Top Secret clearance from his tour of duty.

  • From 1958-68, he worked in the Secretariat of the United Nations.

  • After leaving to pursue a career in writing and art, he became involved in a circle of parapsychologists.

  • He has been a longtime friend of Robert Monroe of the Monroe Institute, and began working with Cleve Backster in September, 1971.

"At some point, I don't remember when exactly, Backster mentioned something along the following lines:
'Boy, are the guys down at the CIA going to be interested in you.'" (Swann, Ingo, Remote Viewing - The Real Story! (Insider Tales of America's Superpsychic Spies, 1996)

Ingo Swann heard about Hal Puthoff's proposal to study the basis of life processes through Cleve Backster. Swann wrote Puthoff (3/30/72) and suggested that he research psychic abilities. Swann met with Puthoff in June, 1972 (Targ, Russell and Puthoff, Harold E, Mind-Reach, Delacorte Press, 1977, pg 18-9).

Swann then became the subject for a series of remote viewing studies with Puthoff and Russell Targ at SRI. Swann came to California on 6/4/72, and came to SRI two days later, when he allegedly telekinetically perturbed a shielded magnetometer. (Schnabel, Jim, Remote Viewers: The Secret History of America's Psychic Spies, Dell, 1997, pg 88-9)

Swann returned to SRI in October, when he did some clairvoyance tests. Some of these tests were observed by two CIA agents, who set up a eight month pilot program with SRI. Swann began this contract a few days before Christmas, 1972. (Schnabel, 1997, pg 97-99). Swann left SRI in mid-august, 1973, when the CIA contract ran out. Reportedly, he left angry, and vowed never to return. (Schnabel, 1997, pg 127-8)

After leaving SRI, Swann did some work with the American Society for Psychical Research and the Maimonides Dream Laboratory. He also worked for Bill Keeler, chairman of Philips Petroleum, to try to find oil deposits. After Pat Price left SRI, Swann returned in the fall of 1974 as a consultant, with the incentive of more money and creative freedom. (Schnabel,1997, pg 173-4)

Through the late 1970s and early 80s, Swann developed a strict protocol for remote viewing, which he used to train new Center Lane recruits in 1983. In the summer of 1984, Swann moved this training course to New York. (Schnabel, 1997, pg 305) According to author John Wilhelm, Swann was a Scientologist, at OT Level VII, the highest level at the time. Reportedly, Swann helped establish Scientology's "Celebrity Center" in Los Angeles. (Wilhelm, John, "Psychic Spying?", Washington Post 8/7/77, B1)

According to Peter Tomkins and Chirstopher Bird, Swann "attributes his success to techniques he learned in Scientology". (Tompkins, Peter and Bird, Christopher, The Secret Life of Plants, Harper and Row, 1973, pg 29)



Swann and Puthoff attended the First International Congress on Psychotronic Research in Prague, Czechoslovakia.

"Ingo was there to present a paper on the Scientology paradigm as model for developing and exploring paranormal abilities." (Targ, Russell and Puthoff, Harold E, pg 42)

This paper is entitled "Scientological Techniques: A Modern Paradigm for the Exploration of Consciousness and Psychic Integration" in Proceedings of the First International Congress on Psychotronic Research (Virginia: U.S. Joint Publications Research Service, 9/6/74, Document No. JPRS L/5022-1)

Swann had previously stated that he would never work for intelligence agents for fear of his life (Uri Geller has made similar statements). He has recently stated that Puthoff never told him of the CIA sponsorship of the SRI studies until 12/29/95, but that it was common knowledge around the lab. (Swann, Ingo, "The Emergence of Project 'SCANATE'")

"In 1983, Ingo Swann, under the direction of Dr. Harold Puthoff at SRI, realized a breakthrough, i.e., he developed an accurate model of how the collective unconscious communicates (target) information to conscious awareness. Swann believed that the ability to remote view, like language, is an innate faculty--a birthright--but must be learned to be effective. Swann's model provided a rigid set of instructions which theoretically allowed anyone to actually be trained to produce accurate, detailed target data. To test the model, the Army sent Major [Ed] Dames and five others to Swann as a prototype trainee group." Swann parted with this group in late 1983.
("Ed Dames Sets the Record Straight")

Friends with Rep. Charlie Rose. (Schnabel, Jim, 1997, pg 271) Swann left the program in 1988. He can be reached care of Thomas Burgin at thomasb@mindspring.com.

Author of:


  • Remote Viewing - The Real Story! (Insider Tales of America's Superpsychic Spies): work in progress, but the entire text is online!

  • Here is a collection of statements by Swann after the remote viewing "flap" of 1995.

  • Your Nostradamus Factor, Simon & Schuster, 1993

  • Star Fire

  • Natural ESP

  • To Kiss the Earth Goodbye


John B Alexander

john alexander

Education: BGS in Sociology, University of Nebraska, 1971. MA in Education, Pepperdine University, 1975. PhD in Education, Walden University, 1980. Postgraduate work at UCLA (1990), MIT (1991), and Harvard (1993).

Entered the Army as a Private in 1956, and retired as a Colonel in 1988.Commander, Army Special Forces Teams, US Army, Thailand, Vietnam, 1966-69. Chief of human resources division, US Army, Ft. McPherson, GA, 1977-79. Inspector general, Departmant of Army, Washinton, 1980-82. Chief of human technology, Army Intelligence Command, US Army, Arlington, VA 1982-83. Manager of tech. integration, Army Materiel Command, US Army, Alexandria, VA, 1983-85. Director, advanced concepts US Army Lab. Command, Aldelphi, MD 1985-88.

Manager, non-lethal weapons defense technology, Los Alamos National Laboratory, 1988-1995 (ret). Manager, anti-material technology, Defense Initiatives Office, 1988-91. Program manager, contingency mission technology, Conventional Defense Technology. Director for science liaison, National Institute for Discovery Sciences, 1995 to present. Visiting scientist, Los Alamos, 1995 to present. Panelist, National Institute of Justice, 1994. Adj. professor, Graduate School, Union Institute, 1992 to present. US delegate to NATO, advanced group aerospace R & D, 1994 to present.

Col. Alexander received a National Award for Volunteerism from Pres. Ronald Reagan in 1987, and the Aerospace Laureate Award from Aviation Week in 1993 & 94. He lives in Las Vegas with his wife, Victoria Lacas Alexander, and two children. His office address is that of NIDS: 1515 E Tropicana, Suite 400, Las Vegas, NV 89119.
(Who's Who in America, 1997)

"Last year, Alexander organized a national conference devoted to researching 'reports of ritual abuse, near-death experiences, human contacts with extraterrestrial aliens and other so-called anomalous experiences,' the Albuquerque Journal reported in March 1993. The Australian magazine Nexus reported last year that in 1971, Alexander 'was diving in the Bimini Islands looking for the lost continent of Atlantis. He was an official representative for the Silva mind control organization and a lecturer on precataclysmic civilizations ... [and] he helped perform ESP experiments with dolphins.'" (Aftergood, Steven, "The Soft-Kill Fallacy", Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, 9-10/1994, v50, n5, p40)

"In The Warrior's Edge: Front-line Strategies for Victory on the Corporate Battlefield - a 1990 book he co-authored with Maj. Richard Groller and Janet Morris - Alexander describes himself as having 'evolved from hard-core mercenary to thanatologist.'

'As a Special Forces A-Team commander in Thailand and Vietnam, he led hundreds of mercenaries into battle,' the book explains. 'At the same time, he studied meditation in Buddhist monasteries and later engaged in technical exploration and demonstration of advanced human performance.' (Aftergood, 1994)

Formerly with the U.S. Army Intelligence & Security Command (INSCOM) under Gen. Albert Stubblebine, 1982-4. Reportedly, Alexander was one of Stubblebine's closest officers. Married to alien abduction researcher Victoria Lacas (now Alexander).
(Porter, Tom, Government Research into ESP & Mind Control, March, 1996)

"After retiring from the Army in 1988, Alexander joined the Los Alamos National Laboratories and began working with Janet Morris, the Research Director of the U.S. Global Strategy Council (USGSC), chaired by Dr Ray Cline, former Deputy Director of the CIA."

"Born in New York in 1937, he spent part of his career as a Commander of Green Berets Special Forces in Vietnam, led Cambodian mercenaries behind enemy lines, and took part in a number of clandestine programmes, including Phoenix. He currently holds the post of Director of Non-lethal Programmes in the Los Alamos National Laboratories."

"In 1971, while a Captain in the infantry at Schofield Barracks, Honolulu, he was diving in the Bemini Islands looking for the lost continent of Atlantis. He was an official representative for the Silva mind control organization and a lecturer on Precataclysmic Civilizations. Alexander is also a past President and a Board member of the International Association for Near Death Studies; and, with his former wife, Jan Northup, he helped Dr C.B. Scott Jones perform ESP experiments with dolphins."



  • Board member of PSI-TECH.

  • "Alexander is a friend of Vice President Al Gore Jnr, their relationship dating back to 1983 when Gore was in Alexander's Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP)."

  • "Alexander and his team have recently been working with Dr Igor Smirnov."

  • "The mysterious 'Col. Harold E. Phillips' who appears in Blum's OUT THERE is none other than John B. Alexander."

  • Aviary, codename: Penguin.
    (Victorian, Armen, "Non-Lethality: John B. Alexander, The Pentagon's Penguin", Lobster Magazine, 6/93)

  • Supported the views of Thomas Bearden. Delivered a paper to the 1981 national convention of the US Psychotronic Association. (McRae, Ronald, Mind Wars, St. Martin's Press, 1984, p 127)

"As late as the summer of 1991, [C.B. Scott] Jones and [Rima] Laibow were planning a yachting excursion together with Col. John Alexander ... to investigate anomalies in the Bahamas."
(Durant, Robert J., "Will the Real Scott Jones Please Stand Up?")

"I have served as chief of Advanced Human Technology for the Army Intelligence and Security Command (1982-84) and, during the preparation of the EHP [Enhancing Human Performance] Report, was director of the Advanced Systems Concepts Office at the U.S. Army Laboratory Command."

Alexander stated: "..psychotronic weapons lack traditional scientific documentation, and I do not suggest that research projects be carried out in that field." (Alexander, Col. John, "A Challenge to the Report", New Realities, March/April 1989)


  • Alexander is friends with Gordon Novel, and (according to Cannon) Alexander passed a threat through his wife to researcher Martin Cannon, using Novel's name for intimidation. Reportedly friends with Ron Pandolfi.

  • Alexander is closely associated with Robert Bigelow and his National Institute for Discovery Science.

  • Also identified as being with the Appolinaire Group.

Author of:

  • "The New Mental Battlefield: Beam Me Up Spock", Military Review, 12/80

  • The Warrior's Edge

  • Review of Psychic Warrior

Remote Viewing, Science, and You
Abstract:

There is a paradox. Science (in general) does not believe in remote viewing. Many people do believe in remote viewing. People who study remote viewing want to talk with scientists. They often do not want to talk with the general public. Scientists do not want to talk with those who study remote viewing. The general public does want to hear about remote viewing. What's wrong with this picture???

And then there is the Fourth Estate. Where does the media get their information? Are there really two sides to every story? Who are the Scientists? The Nuts? The Skeptics? And how did they get to be proclaimed as such? Ergofusion explains a lot of these problems.

Col. Alexander is the author of recently published Future War: Non-lethal Weapons in Twenty-first-century Warfare, and of The Warrior’s Edge.  In 1980 his seminal article The New Mental Battlefield, describing how psychic warfare might be employed on the battlefield, was published in Military Review.  As a staff officer in the early 1980s working directly under Gen. Burt Stubblebine, Commanding General for the US Army Intelligence and Security Command, Col. Alexander was prominent in INSCOM’s programs for exploring human potentials.

After his military retirement, he worked at Los Alamos National Laboratory, where he developed the concept of Non-Lethal Defense, which he briefed to senior defense, industry and academic officials.  Politically, his work involved meetings with Members of Congress, White House and National  Security Council staff, and the Director of Central Intelligence. He has considerable experience working with classified programs dealing with many esoteric arenas.  He currently is the science director for a private research organization in Las Vegas, NV. Col Alexander is a director on the board of the International Remote Viewing Association.

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