Psychicspy.com – The Real X-Files

Psychicspy.com – The Real X-Files. Ένας θρυλικός ιστότοπος, που τώρα λιμνάζει στην λήθη του κυβερνοχώρου. Ανήκε στον περίφημο radioman.  Απλώς, όσοι καταλαβαίνετε από internet (για να το πω απλά), κοιτάξτε κάποιους από τους «επισκέπτες» του...

Psychicspy.com – The Real X-Files

Psychicspy.com – The Real X-Files.

Ένας θρυλικός ιστότοπος, που τώρα λιμνάζει στην λήθη του κυβερνοχώρου. Ανήκε στον περίφημο radioman.  Απλώς, όσοι καταλαβαίνετε από internet (για να το πω απλά), κοιτάξτε κάποιους από τους «επισκέπτες» του το 1999! Ετσι, γιατί όταν γνωρίζουμε ποιοί μπαίνουν σε έναν ιστότοπο …βγάζουμε πολλά ενδιαφέροντα συμπεράσματα. Κάποια στιγμή θα ανεβάσω τις επισκέψεις από τον server των terrapapers κι orgonodrome, έτσι για να γίνουν γνωστά τα καλόπαιδα που συχνάζουν εδωνά. Αλλά θα το κάνω όταν αποφασίσω να κλείσω τα σάιτ, δηλαδή περίπου το 3.198.524.6669.961.pki-xet-l μ.κ.ε.π.λ. … έχουμε καιρό ακόμη, κοιμηθείτε ήσυχα.

Φυσικά δεν χρησιμοποιούσε τα καταραμένα Windows!

@Ίων Μάγγος /2012 –  miastala.com

«We need a rogue agency to get the job done, otherwise we’ll all go crazy. This Order will have to be kept secret from future Presidents. We need a national security agency that nobody in government will even know about. We have no choice, dammit. Otherwise we will never get a handle around this thing. These jokers scare the hell out of me.» Imagined Statement of a Past American President

Welcome to *1999* links — latest new users are:

Ian Punnett – host of Coast-to-Coast AM
Whitley Strieber – host: ‘Dreamland’ radio,
FAA – Atlantic City International Airport, at
the following node: 155.178.180.5
Internet Service Unit: National Level for
Saudi Arabia (212.138.47.11)
The Boeing Company (NETBLK-BOEING-224)
located at: (12.13.226.14)
State of Texas General Services Commission
server at: ( 168.49.194.2)
NASA – GSFC: patriots.gsfc.nasa.gov
NASA – JPL: havoc.jpl.nasa.gov
NASA – JPL: reddwarf.jpl.nasa.gov
NASA – JSC: hesterse.jsc.nasa.gov
NASA – KSC: n1144797.ksc.nasa.gov
(Terry Trevane, OPF, LCC, 103-Discovery)
NASA – KSC: nasa4.ksc.nasa.gov
(NASA4 at KSC: 163.206.155.84)
NASA – WSC: bgardner.wsc.nasa.gov
NASA – Ames Research Center: 128.102.146.179
(also: b747sp.arc.nasa.gov (128.102.172.55)
Kennedy Space Center: kw1868733.ksc.nasa.gov
(also at Kennedy – NASA: n1144797.ksc.nasa.gov)
US Space Command: at: centurion.warren.af.mil
NCTS – Washington Navy Yard: SYSTEM135.fwf.navy.mil
NCTS located at domain DNS: ( 138.145.125.135)
Naval Ocean Systems Center: shq-ot-027.nosc.mil
(ndsprog3.nosc.mil (128.49.152.46) see ‘spawar’)
(350maint.nosc.mil: NET-NOSC-ETHER ( 128.49.30.220)
Naval Systems Center – Chesapeake : SPAWARSYSCEN at
SPAWAR: jmb.scn.spawar.navy.mil ( 198.97.235.179)
Space and Naval Warfare Systems: WASH, D.C., located
remote server: hermes.rrman.navy.mil ( 205.68.92.66)
Naval Warfare Assessment Systems: 192.31.174.30
( server: gatekeeper.corona.navy.mil – Corona, CA)
N.O.A.A.: network at – NOAA-NET: 140.90.114.143
AF Base – Germany: ws126100.rheinmain.af.mil
Commander – Naval Surface U.S. Pacific : 31a.isd.mrms.navy.mil
(also at: nnvafw2.rcoh.spear.navy.mil ( 192.222.69.3)
Naval Air Warfare Center: duey.nawcad.navy.mil ( 192.58.199.17 )
(also the following domain: wiggum.nawcad.navy.mil (192.58.199.176)
Pt. Mugu: Naval Air Warfare Center : scully.mugu.navy.mil (SMNM2-
HST: Bldg 50, Rm 1213 ): 143.113.1.2 see mulder1.chinalake.navy.mil
NAWC, WD China Lake (NETBLK-NETBLK-CHINAWAN) 199.211.225.194
USN: ‘China Lake’: mulder2.chinalake.navy.mil (206.37.206.68)
(NAWC: Hostname: SCULLY2.MUGU.NAVY.MIL at (199.211.225.194)
USAF: Air National Guard: mndulufw.ang.af.mil (132.28.23.254)
Naval Undersea Warfare Center: craigw.npt.nuwc.navy.mil
Naval Surface Warfare Center: g23pc12.nswc.navy.mil
Naval Research Labs: wardergate.nrl.navy.mil (132.250.154.106)
Naval Warfare Assessment Station: proxy-ext.corona.navy.mil (192.31.174.2)
Philadelphia Naval Base – PERA: NET-SJAX-NET (198.17.189.15)
(Philadelphia also at: strine.navsses.navy.mil: 157.187.23.240)
Commander-In-Chief: constellation.navy.mil (pacfa.fleet.navy.mil)
Defense Logistics Agency: hq068087003.dcmdw.dla.mil
Defense Distribution Center : dddcws1022.ddc.dla.mil (199.208.137.22)
Defense Mapping Agency: NET-DMA-B (nima.mil) – 164.214.4.51
DISA.MIL at server location: pac028114.pac.disa.mil (198.22.28.114)
NCR.DISA.MIL : DISA Information Systems Center (DDN-RVN) Reston, VA
server at: NET-DDN-RVN: (DISA Wash, DC «DISCS») 21.1.141.227
DoD Network Information Center : DNIC – gw.ports.navy.mil ( 199.208.157.35)
NIPR : DoD Network Operations – wcs1.norfolk.nipr.mil (198.26.132.101)
(also: WCS1-CBUS.NIPR.MIL – DLA Automation Center (198.26.122.12)
(NCTAMS – Naval Amphibious Base – Norfolk, Virginia – listing for whois.nic.mil)
On-Site Inspection Agency – OSIA-NET: located at: ufd.dtra.mil (151.125.1.1)
Space & Missile Systems Center : system147-226.losangeles.af.mil
(also from  138.13.244.3 — system244-3.losangeles.af.mil)
Space and Missile Center : Patrick AFB : mccon1.pafb.af.mil
US Army Intelligence Center : huachuca-www10.army.mil
Army Signal Command : Ft. Huachuca – mail.66mi.darmstadt.army.mil
(also at : 66-proxy.66mi.darmstadt.army.mil : 206.39.19.105)
Army Information Systems Command – ATCOM (134.78.72.239)
US Army: yongsan-cache.korea.army.mil (144.59.13.2)
Davis-Monthan AFB : spec.dm.af.mil (131.50.138.46)
(and: ws-1540r135a-1.dm.af.mil (131.50.149.175 )
(and: NET-DAVIS-MONTHAN at (131.50.149.175)
(and finally from : fw1.dm.af.mil at (131.50.151.3)
USAF – Yokota: cits-pr.yokota.af.mil (131.36.117.33)
Canada’s D.O.D.: scotty.drev.dnd.ca (Department of National Defense)
U.S. – D.O.E. – Yucca Mountain, NV: tc8pc056.ymp.gov
U.S. – D.O.E. – guardian1.nv.doe.gov (192.100.51.131)
D.O.E.: doegate.doe.gov (nmic.doe.gov) – 205.254.147.21
Sandia National Labs: sahp947.sandia.gov, sahp949.sandia.gov
Los Alamos National Labs: tmh.lanl.gov (128.165.71.33 ), pel.lanl.gov
(new server – Los Alamos at pn969091.mst.lanl.gov – 128.165.240.126)
(outbound server is also located at: qfwfq.lanl.gov (128.165.23.79 )
Cray Research, Inc (SGI), Eagan, MN: mistral.cray.com (137.38.3.37)
U.S. Air Force Intelligence: sgb03014.kelly.af.mil (137.242.30.14)
(current cookie for Kelly AFB: Mozilla/4.0 Compatible, MSIE 4.01
Windows 95, Custom IE 4.0 for Kelly AFB version 1.0.0.15)
U.S. Air Force Security Force: TASC (Litton Ind.) at (147.81.34.6)
U.S. Army Research Labs: slip5.ts1.stuttgart.army.mil (136.221.30.205)
NAVY MED server at: nnmc_105160.med.navy.mil (131.158.143.164 )
Commander – Army Information Systems Command: Fort Polk, LA (146.53.53.180)
Army HQDA Pentagon: hqda4-030.army.pentagon.mil (134.11.234.30)
USAF HQ Pentagon at: saf154199.hq.af.mil (134.205.154.199)
*Special Operations Center HQ*: asoc3.soc.mil (204.34.247.9 )
INSPECTOR GENERAL – DoD/OSD: dodig.osd.mil ( 140.185.41.226)
** The Joint Staff (NET-JSAN-UNCLASS) SEID/JSIRMO/Joint Staff
located at DNS server : ucdps00.js.pentagon.mil: (199.208.239.20)
Defence Technology Information Center: sys595.dtic.mil (131.84.50.95)
U.S. National Library of Medicine: lhc.nlm.nih.gov (130.14.75.34)
Ramstein : ws090244.ramstein.af.mil, Hill AFB: oogate1.hill.af.mil (UT)
Veteran’s Administration: at – deptvachi2-bh.va.gov (205.183.31.67)
Kadena Air Base, Okinawa, JP: amss633-370.kadena.af.mil (132.15.119.116)
Kadena AFB, Japan: dna-bind1.kadena.af.mil (132.15.225.211)
INTERPOL: Ministry of the Interior — Croatia: access12 (194.152.211.22)
(access ports available: access1 – access32: at — mup1.mup.hr)
Central Intelligence Agency: 198.81.129.193 — relay1.ucia.gov
(server also located at 198.81.129.194 — relay2.ucia.gov)
(Network access also online (Win_NT) at: NET-CIA : 162.45.0.0)
The ‘Mayor’s Office’ — of Moscow, Russia: relay1.mos.ru
Chief of Naval Education and Training: penu3466.cnet.navy.mil
Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, CA: NPSNET (131.120.152.225)
Naval Technology Training Center: Pensicola, FL – delta.nttc-pen.navy.mil
Naval Surface Warfare Center : NAVSEA/crane: chani.se.crane.navy.mil
Human Resources Office: 137-152.hro.nola.navy.mil (164.229.137.152)
National Archives and Records Administration: console-stlouis.nara.gov
(other NARA users also at: rholman.nara.gov – (198.76.131.145)
National Security Agency ( ncsc.mil ): moses.radium.ncsc.mil (144.51.73.129)
National Computer Security Center – (Ft. Meade): roamer2.tycho.ncsc.mil
(144.51.3.71 — one of over 150 active DNS entries for the N.S.A.)
(known project : ‘biometrics’ at : www.biometrics.org (pri4.dns.psi.net)
U.S. Army – Fort Meade : NETBLK-SURA-CIDR-PRJ (199.75.23.66)
U.S. National Park Service : as NPS-NET (nps.gov): 165.83.21.240
U.S. General Services Administration – host.159-142-36-125.gsa.gov
(U.S. General Services Administration – host.159-142-36-126.gsa.gov),
(U.S. General Services Administration – host.199-75-183-209.gsa.gov),
Gov’t – Ontario, Canada : dto01c51_05.mpr.gov.on.ca: 142.106.58.15
British Government’s web server at: b97.gtnet.gov.uk: 195.44.97.97
A.ROOT-SERVERS.NET. hostmaster.INTERNIC.NET: 192.131.181.30
and INTERNIC: 199.180.6.59, 198.206.177.252; MIT: farlink.ll.mit.edu
U.S. Army Medical Department: dns1.amedd.army.mil (192.138.74.197),
Grand Forks AFB , ND, USA : snowwhite.grandforks.af.mil (132.10.1.47),
Andrews AFB *OSI* : osi2.andrews.af.mil (137.9.210.11) – hqwall.ogn.af.mil
Arnold AFB: AEDC Aerospace Systems – rocky.arnold.af.mil (132.45.120.21),
Aviano AFB, Italy: visitor from : wolverine.aviano.af.mil (131.48.240.10),
Brooks AFB: Army Medical Research Detachment – laser.brooks.af.mil 140.140.26.2
Edwards AFB: 95 CS/SCBNM – ws56-30.edwards.af.mil (129.198.30.56),
(Edwards AFB also at DNS: ws054-43.edwards.af.mil: 129.198.43.54),
(Air Force Flight Test Center: NET-ELAN: at Edwards AFB (129.198.241.35),
Eglin AFB: eg-131-088.eglin.af.mil ( Munitions System Div) 129.61.131.88,
Eglin AFB is also at this domain: sw1ext.eglin.af.mil (129.61.146.21),
Elmendorf AFB – Alaska: KENAI.elmendorf.af.mil (131.37.206.100),
U.S. State Department – B. Archeson: archeson-b.state.gov (169.253.4.2),
U.S. Treasury Department: tcs-gateway1.treas.gov (204.151.245.2),
Gunter AFB: SSG/SWSN at – comet.march.af.mil (131.34.226.2),
Hanscom AFB: professor-x.rl.plh.af.mil ( 146.153.124.194) – Phillips Labs,
Hanscom AFB (NET) at: thunderbird.hanscom.af.mil (129.53.219.254)
Hill AFB: located at server – ocgate.hill.af.mil (137.241.250.104),
(Geophysics: Space Vehicles Directorate – gw1.plh.af.mil – (Kirtland AFB),
Air Force Logistics Command: NET – SAALC – 1 at Kelly AFB (137.242.1.51),
Lackland AFB: server is at: python.lackland.af.mil (131.32.246.6),
Maxwell AFB server (DNS) at: neads-50-203.ang.af.mil (131.5.50.203),
McClellan AFB, Sacramento, CA: mc0085.mcclellan.af.mil (137.243.58.24),
Moody AFB : proxy server at: cits-proxy.moody.af.mil (132.40.224.33),
Mountain Home AFB, ID: proxy.mountainhome.af.mil (132.49.221.15),
Tinker AFB : located at: gargamel.tinker.af.mil (137.240.240.244),
Wright-Patterson AFB: ase17.wpafb.af.mil ( p6.ams.wpafb.af.mil) 129.48.28.13
(also at: ase50.wpafb.af.mil: 129.48.28.50: Wright-Patterson AFB),
(also at: NET-WPAFB-1: 198.97.67.56: Wright-Patterson AFB),
US Marine Corps Intelligence – NET Ops at Quantico, VA: (192.156.37.34),
(gate1.clb.usmc.mil : USMC Intelligence Analyst – Network Operations Center),
(also access at : gate1gw.cpp.usmc.mil — Quantico, VA (192.156.5.34),
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency: etd64.herl.epa.gov (134.67.72.64),
(and : a4159.r6toxic2.epa.gov 204.46.234.109 , a2415.r6watlan.epa.gov),
(finally the US Environmental Protection Agency – r3pc1434.r03.epa.gov),
Salt River Project, Tempe AZ (SRP.GOV) NET-SRPAIPDNET (148.126.100.111),
Savannah River Plant, Aiken, SC – user at: chinook.srs.gov (192.33.240.11),
U.S. Federal Aviation Administration — Training Support, OK ( 162.58.0.1),
U.S. *5th Circuit Court* : ca5firewall.ca5.uscourts.gov (207.41.16.2),
U.S. Army Directorate of Information: nexus.bliss.army.mil (147.71.91.11),
U.S. Army Directorate of Logistics: Fort Rucker, AL – (155.147.11.140),
Army Missile Command: pc205176135.redstone.army.mil ( 136.205.176.135),
Army Information Systems Command – Aberdeen (EA) AMSSB-SCI-N/Bldg E5234
Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD : APGEA-NET1: (131.92.63.134),
USAISC – US Army at Fort Benning, GA: (150.226.90.25) ‘150.226.0.0’
US Army at Fort Bliss: TX – dmpo6380ws091.bliss.army.mil (147.71.188.91),
(Visiting URL was http://localhost:1234/Select?pg=http%3A//disc.server.com/
Indices/6979.html&qt=forbidden+by+proxy+acl+check&op=2&preview=1),
Ft. Bliss : Directorate of Information Management (DOIM-NET) 147.71.188.91,
(bliss domain request from: DOMAIN-REQUEST.HUACHUCA-GIIS.army.mil),
US Air Force Academy: user node located at : scorpion.usafa.af.mil,
USAISC – Logistics Support Div.: NET-WVA-EMH2 (155.218.57.152),
U.S. Navy Medical Department: snd-fw.med.navy.mil (159.71.152.2),
USAF Access terminal at: css185213.acccss.af.mil (131.6.185.213),
U.S. Air Force Command HQ ( Pentagon ): saf10872.hq.af.mil (134.205.108.72),
(ns.hq.af.mil : same as Pentagon HQ classroom server : 7of9.sam.pentagon.mil),
US Air Force Comm HQ ( Pentagon ): smcns-3.comm.hq.af.mil (134.205.87.141),
SOF – Special Ops ( maritime ) Florida: css-gw.ncsc.navy.mil (198.91.73.1),
Air Force Concentrator Network AF-CONC: Gunter AFB (112-cci-2.sembach.af.mil),
Will Smith, Army Corps of Engineers, Jacksonville, FL: wsmith.saj.usace.army.mil,
NAVY Diego Garcia, Indian Ocean: chagos.dg.navy.mil (138.184.127.34),
(NET-CISCO-BLOCK30 : Pensacola, FL from NCTAMSPAC – NCTS : PSC 466),
NAVY Fleet Tech Support : ws129-67.ftscpac.navy.mil ( 199.211.129.67),
*NOLA* : NET-NOLA (www.nola.navy.mil ): New Orleans, LA (164.229.137.152),
Shore Intermediate Maintenance Activity: ntdc2.simasd.navy.mil (144.141.8.13),
U.S. Naval Air – COMPATWING ONE: user03.cpw1.navy.mil (207.132.72.153),
COMNAVBASENORVA – Commander Mid-Atlantic Region: kbb06.cmar.navy.mil,
(Norfolk, VA: at 206.39.176.20; NETBLK-CMAR-CNB: nablc.cmar.navy.mil),
(also implementing a new firewall at: 138.139.143.2: nablcfw.cmar.navy.mil),
U.S. Coast Guard Command at: glacier21.comdt.uscg.mil (199.211.149.21),
U.S. Coast Guard: gateway-fincen.uscg.mil (209.48.193.3),
U.S. Department of Agriculture Research Lab (USDA): 204.170.110.234,
U.S. Geological Survey: USGS: rgfsparc.cr.usgs.gov (136.177.164.192),
U.S. Dept. of Interior: US Bureau of Reclamation MP-RECNET: 140.214.86.165,
U.S. House of Representatives: server is at: nameless.house.gov,
DOE: Federal Energy Regulatory Commission: ferc2.ferc.fed.us (208.207.43.2),
Securities & Exchange Commission: secfw3.sec.gov (206.181.243.34),
Proxy FED server: Users FED1 and FED2 at: fed2.frb.org (207.86.118.195),
CA – Dept. of Transportation: nat-191-250.dot.ca.gov (149.136.191.250),
National Archives & Records Admin: 3350pc1.nara.gov (198.76.133.138),
National Imagery Mapping Agency: relay.nima.mil ( 164.214.4.51),
National Institute of Health: axeppp193.nih.gov  libterm239.ncrr.nih.gov,
LOCKHEED-MARTIN, Camden, N.J. (NET – GE2): 192.35.37.25,
Lockheed-Martin proxy server at: proxy2b.lmco.com (192.31.86.35),
(and also their proxy server at: proxy1b.lmco.com (204.68.140.35),
The Russian Electronic Academic & Research Network: cache1.relarn.ru,
Texas Dept. of Mental Health: ns.mhmr.state.tx.us (163.126.216.58),
Texas Legislative Council: NET-TLC – capitol.tlc.texas.gov (204.65.93.11),
Arkansas Dept. of Computer Services: NET- ARDCS (170.94.206.30),
State of Connecticut : Comp. Services – DAS/BTS/CATER (159.247.50.4),
State of Georgia: DOAS Offices at – 1B Archives Bldg.: (167.193.80.14),
Georgia Dept. of Trans: (NET-GADOT) goss41.dot.state.ga.us (143.100.37.1),
State of Hawaii Legislature: GOV at: capitol.hawaii.gov (166.122.126.190),
State Offices: zeus.mdor.state.mn.us, pataddr.dhfs.state.wi.us (165.189.41.11),
State of Illinois State Board of Education: isbe.state.il.us (209.174.96.65),
State of Indiana, Department of Education, Indianapolis, IN (165.138.76.10),
State Dept. of Trans: iadotgat.dot.state.ia.us: (165.206.209.34),
State of Kentucky Transportation Cabinet: NET-KYTC (159.19.150.12),
State of Louisiana Health Care Authority: NET-LHCA2: 198.232.205.70,
State of Ohio Office of Telecommunications: NETBLK-OHIO (198.234.41.42),
State of Oklahoma Corporation Commission: ns2.occ.state.ok.us (204.61.2.145),
State of West Virginia – DOT: dotpix.dot.state.wv.us (129.71.250.254),
State Dept. of Trans: NET DOT (DNS.CALTRANS.CA.GOV) 149.136.36.207,
State Dept. of Transportation: transport.modot.state.mo.us (168.166.10.10),
State of WI : state govt: NET-WISC-ST-GOVT (at : 165.189.6.56),
Dept. of Health & Family Services : pataddr.dhfs.state.wi.us (165.189.41.11),
‘from the tollbooth’: toolbooth.state.mi.us (at : 167.240.254.1),
California Dept. of Forestry: caforestry-bh.fire.ca.gov (12.7.198.66),
US Housing and Urban Development: proxylm.hud.gov (170.97.67.7),
Attorney General – U.S. Dept of Justice: wdcsun1.usdoj.gov (149.101.1.100),
(cookie for the DOJ: Mozilla/4.04 [en] C-DOJUser (Win 95; U),
(Mozilla/4.04, (en) C-DOJUser, Win95; U: wdcsun5.usdoj.gov 149.101.1.104),
(also located on outbound server at: wdcsun6.usdoj.gov: 149.101.1.105),
(also at other sequencial servers: wdcsun3.usdoj.gov 149.101.1.102),
NATO – Consultation, Command & Control : comsun11.nc3a.nato.int (192.41.140.172),
Tinsman & Houser, Inc. – Attorneys : San Antonio, TX (198.206.177.252),
Whitley Strieber: slip-129-37-244-197.tx.us.prserv.net (129.37.244.197),
Farnsworth & Wylie – Offices in : Bloomington, IL (206.151.161.1),
AMAZON.COM ‘the bookstore’ – corporate HQ at (208.216.180.101)
WEISER Lock (headquarters ) WIN_NT at domain: 208.146.213.4
Community Open Source Program Office: Wash, D.C. (fw1.osis.gov)
The Los Angeles CCD Office, Los Angeles, CA: (207.233.42.86)
City of Albuquerque, NM from – jtp031.cabq.gov (143.120.73.31)
Gov’t of Clark County, NV: ruby.co.clark.nv.us (198.200.132.17)
City of Tallahassee, Florida ( NET-CITY OF TALLA-B ): 167.75.5.55
Department of Minerals and Energy, Western Australia : 202.0.15.134
The Government of Singapore at: guardian.gov.sg ( 160.96.179.5 ) International Operations, F-75013, Paris, France (195.93.62.34)
auNIC : NIC Australia – 203.24.205.3 ( under APNIC region – registry)
Australia CITEC: GOV QLD-AU: inet03.citec.qld.gov.au (203.5.10.10)
Land Titles Office of New South Wales, AU : blind-pew.lto.nsw.gov.au
Networking Tasmania at : proxy35-ext.nt.tas.gov.au (202.7.15.135)
East Gippsland Shire Council, Australia : inetgw.egipps.vic.gov.au
Australian Parliament: host89-141.aph.gov.au (203.37.89.141)
Environmental Resources Network – PROXY.EA.GOV.AU (155.187.2.11)
DoD HQ – NOC: (comm group): digger1.defence.gov.au (203.5.217.4)
Canadian 36th Parliament: parl230.parl.gc.ca: (192.197.82.230)
GOV of Alberta, Canada: hi.gov.edmonton.ab.ca (162.106.7.129)
GOV of Quebec, Canada: aragorn.hydro.qc.ca (199.22.23.2)
Government of Quebec: rtss.ssss.gouv.qc.ca: (199.243.239.2)
Naval Systems Technical Center, Toulon Naval, France: (193.48.232.9)
jpNIC: NIC Japan – Univ. of Tokyo Computer Center (202.235.39.246 )
mexNIC: MexNet NIC at: NETBLK-NIC-MEXICO-2: (200.34.38.51)
RNP – Brazilian Research Network: RNP – at (200.242.252.86)
(RNP: Brazilian Research Network: also at – (200.210.51.152 )
(RNP: Brazilian Embassy, Washington, D.C. at : 200.199.198.1)
Laboratory ‘X’ ! in the Philippines: labx.xsite.com.ph (210.16.16.98)
Merck & Co. Inc. – NET-MERCK1 – Rahway, N.J. (155.91.6.50)
European Synchrotron Radiation Facility, FR, NET-ESRFNET 160.103.2.52
National Security Office – Hungarian Gov’t: GOVNET at – 193.6.115.1
Moscow Internet: Russian Institute for Public Networks : 195.170.198.123
also access point at: IP Telecom, Kiev, Ukraine: (195.123.29.253)
Slovenia University Institute of Information: surfer.izum.si (193.2.126.118)
International Translation & Publishing, Ireland: pc123.itp.ie (194.125.217.123)
The Division de Telecommunications, of Luxembourg: at – (195.46.250.5 )
International Finance Corp. 2121 Pennsylvania Ave, Washington D.C., USA
(World Bank Group: 164.114.169.156 – see www.ifc.org/about/structure/)
Iceland Defense Force (Gov’t ) at: delta12.mwr.is (194.105.238.205)
Defence Evaluation & Research Agency: UK – CIS-3 experimental server
at: Command and Information: wp.eris.dera.gov.uk (128.98.1.11)
Associated Newspapers, Ltd.: anlis1.assocnews.co.uk (194.216.92.1)
The London Times: News International Ltd., London, UK (143.252.84.109)
( server at: unix-proxy1.newsint.co.uk — for NewsInt newspapers …)
Australian Broadcasting Commission: gatekeeper.abc.net.au ( 203.2.218.1)
Associated Press: sun02ppp19.pe.net, MTECnet, Inc. – FTP Services
News Service: located at node – mrhowell46.gilligan.com (63.250.73.46)
Asian Development Bank, Manila – verified from APNIC (202.0.15.134)
Egyptian Cabinet Information & Decision Support Center (NET-IDSC), Cairo
Egypt – National Internet Gateway at: idsc.gov.eg (163.121.198.106)
Emirates Telecomm Corp: Abu Dhabi, UAE (Egypt): (194.170.168.94)
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UPDATED: CONFESSIONS OF A PSYCHIC

by ‘radioman’

INTRODUCTION:

Since my ‘quest’ started 11 years ago at one of the East-West. Bookshops, followed by posted flyers, classes, and ultimately meeting other psychics – I understand the value of books, and am grateful for all those who have provided me with food for thought, but at this time, with the Internet so available, I have no real desire to publish anything, despite some 965 pps of text and some 1965 links on my website (PSYCHICSPY.COM), nor am I selling books, tapes, videos, classes, seminars, or lectures – for the last 7 years I’ve been keeping a web ‘journal’ of my journey so that
others might be inspired to do the same …

Remote Viewing is a small part of something older, Remote Sensing and even Reverse Speech is ‘Remote Hearing’, or Clairaudient Psychic Ability – and Medical Diagnosis, NUMBERS, even the Internet and searches can be done by psychic means, despite what Ed Dames and others say … Joe McMoneagle was the closests with his ‘future time shifting’/higher self theory – it has worked for me for the last seven years …

ORIGIONAL ARTICLE

I have been asked to share some of my experiences about psychic ability. I firmly believe that it is something that we all have in our lives. It’s been a lifelong ability for me, one that I’ve only come
to accept recently. As they say at the Berkeley Psychic Institute, «You are not crazy, you’re just psychic !»

Today I am a Reiki Master (III) an an Ordained Minister. I have told some of these personal stories on the Internet before today. I created the website PSYCHICSPY.COM, and have been using
psychic abilities to ‘find’ things for my News Service. My long newsletter says that about 5% luck, 20% psychic ability, 25% tools and 50% perserverance account for my success so far.

I won’t discuss what I do on my site other than to say that Donna Quinn and I have been friends for some years, and in addition to some 1700+ links on my site, Donna and I became acquainted at
the time ‘Strange Universe’ aired, and I was adding hundreds of ‘paranormal’ links to my site. I am an independent researcher, and a former electronics technician. Donna and I were both interested in Reverse Speech back then …

Looking back, it’s odd to some that I’ve ‘recently’ become interested in the Paranormal. Many know me from the Internet Resources I’ve collected, or from my background in radio, electronics, or the press. Usually I end up defending my interests with skeptics on the ‘Net and some think I’ve spent so much time researching the Remote Viewing area that I now ‘think’ I’m psychic.
Major Ed Dames once said, » … A head shrink (he was hired as a consultant) at CIA was tasked to study my military team, looking for those criteria that ‘make the best remote viewer’ (CIA was very covetous of the Army unit (Project Stargate, et all) in the early days but, for political reasons, could not have its own, until virtually nothing was left of the operational unit — then it got the scraps).

After batteries and batteries of tests, the bottom line: there are no key recognizable selection criteria. (for remote viewers) «While I now believe that we all ALL psychic, early on in my life I recognised that I had the ‘gift’ then, but was in total denial, to the point of ‘receiving’ psychic warnings, totally ignoring them, even to the point of doing the opposite, then experiencing the results.
My mom was the neighborhood version of ‘Jeanne Dixon’. A good Catholic, she had ‘inherited’ the psychic abilities from her family, and was well known locally for giving ‘advice’. This actually did
escalate to the point of a Jesuit priest being sent to investigate her abilities, including ‘automatic writing’, where she would channel the ‘Old Testament’, in massive channeling sessions.

While NONE of  her text ever differed even slightly in meaning from anything in the Bible, particularly the Old Testament, yet word-for-word wise none of what she wrote, in the manner that she wrote it, was ever IN the Bible either. It was as if she was receiving ‘dictation’, as dizzying speeds, usually with tears in her eye, writing feverously, sometimes on the table as opposed to fresh paper, followed by the phrase, «Well, what did I write ?» Sometime it was hard to make out the exact words, but it was clear to me at an early age that she had no knowledge of what she had just written !

A Jesuit priest was sent to investigate her abilities. While he could not disprove that which he had himself been a witness to, he was reluctant to file the official paperwork on his results. He ended up taking a leave, and followed up by leaving the Church. Mainly due to some personal conflicts in his field, the issue of having to ‘debunk’ my mother’s abilities proved ‘too much’ to ask, and he later thanked us for helping him make his choice, indirectly, and coming to terms with his own faith !

While it’s true that I never showed any signs of doing ‘automatic writing’, I did show signs eventually of clairvoyance, clairaudience, psi & general ESP, and telekinesis as a child – which may have made my mother happy, but caused me great pain and conflict growing up with my interest in Science and Engineering, and not wanting to be particularly ‘special’ in any way. Since I tried for most of my life to suppress these ‘abilities’, I have no idea how far I’d have come by now if I had only been more open to all of it. So suppress, I did, despite many ‘psychic warnings’ and precognitions into my early ’20s at regular intervals. At age 36 I had an early ‘mid-life crisis’ where I was moving to another State, where no one knew me, or had even heard of my family, and I realized that I could re-invent my past and never let on anything about psychic ability if I wanted to.

Of course the experiences continue to this day, and I decided about 10 years ago to accept the ‘gift’, and try to develop it furthur, which has in fact caused some of the hardships my mother went through. In my case, some local redicule where I now live, and having been made an active suspect in a local FBI investigation for a day after some of the psychic information I offered in a missing child/murder case here was verified some 72 hours later after the FBI followed other leads to the body of the missing child. If anyone wants to read more about the incident, there is a lot more on my website specifically about this case.

I mention this as part of INTENT, which seems to be the first and primary ‘activator’ of psychic ability. In this example, the whole town was trying to find the girl, and I was a former member of the local Sheriff’s Department Search and Rescue Unit – seeing some  of my friends canvass the neighborhoods, as well as the entire town, there was a lot of interest and INTENT in finding the girl then. I had made a statement, which included some help of another one of the remote viewers from the Internet. P. Hopkins, in Canada helped me do another ‘session’ to recover even more data about the missing girl before I went ‘public’ with what I had.

I wanted to have some corroborating evidence/data from a second viewer, who I contacted through the Psi-Tech Chat Room, who helped me greatly understand what I was ‘getting’. My wife independently received additional info, as a psychic herself, and warned me that the girl had been recently deceased, and confused about what had happened to her. I only offered what little I had, and, yes – she had met with foul play and was deceased !

The girl’s spirit was so strong and clear that I now have some feedback as to what to ‘look for’ when trying to determin whether a spirit is ‘alive’ in a body, or not. Feedback sessions played a major role in training Military Remote Viewers, and as a newcomer to some of this, I’m still learning. As Joe McMoneagle said, the data is usually correct – how we choose to interpret it is what gives the
psychic a bad name ! In summary, some of my worst fears have been realized, and this outcome shows why being an ‘out of the closet’ psychic can be undesirable, and why I suppressed the ability for so long.

The good news, as explained in McMoneagle’s MIND TREK diary, is that there are possibilities for good, too, and you should try to develop YOUR ability, with less worry about what ‘other’s will say’, or ‘think’. Again, we ALL have these natural abilities to some degree,  and it’s quite ‘impossible’ to ‘turn it off’ completely, as I had tried to do for so long … Today I am in contact with a national organization made up of Police and Private Investigators who do their psychic investigations for free, as a public service. I met recently someone who did psychic investigation for the Hayward Police Department in California, in the San Francisco Bay Area, who’s only qualifications were classes we had both taken at the Berkeley Psychic Institute to develop our general abilities, not specific to missing persons …

I also had realized that I have the additional ability, or natural talent for psychometry: sensing information from a person’s object, such as a ring, while taking classes at the Berkeley Psychic Institute. Usually I get more information about the artist who made the jewelery than who recently wore it, sometimes to the extent of the actual artist her/himself, the artist’s tools, studio environment, even an abusive spouce … but that’s another story. Suffice it to say that my abilities went far beyond any classes/training I’ve ever had, and the ability to relax, focus, ground and run ‘energy’, and ‘open’ one’s mind to ‘input’, in a meditative framework is all that you might ever be taught. The psychic abilities, if positive, focused, and with INTENT, will follow afterward, and may just surprise you !

As a licensed/bonded Locksmith, I realize that lock picking is a good practice exercise for one’s telekinesis abilities, in that concentrating ‘too hard’, stressing, or following a ‘system’ will result in failure -vs- visualizing the lock is ‘already open’, smooth, flowing, and effortless. Meditation will quiet your mind from thoughts and worries, INTENT will open the door to real ‘input’ data, and impatience, frustration, thoughts of ‘silliness’, as well as skepticism will cause the ‘door’ to close, and you to fail each and everytime ! The road to developing the Psi talents we all have is long.

There is much help from people on the Internet like  Ellie Crystal, and Joni Dourif from Psi-Tech. The networking use of the Internet alone ( forums, chat rooms, e-mail, etc ) may save you
hours of searching writings like Edgar Cayce, or the Theosophical Society, and hopefully website like mine, at www.psychicspy.com may save you years of pinpointing resources on the Net as well.

After the last ten years, I have no real regrets, although having  done nation talk-show radio interviews, I’d prefer to remain out of the spotlight these days, and teach and pass on what little I’ve found learned, and accumulated so far. The truth IS out there, but the drawback is that you have to want to look … INTENT – there’s  that word again … Here are some more recent stories of mine, and hopefully you will be excited enough to try some of these things for yourself … OR you can be afraid and say, «this might not be for everyone … «. Indeed …

«There you have it … could I have done anything differently? Don’t think so. She was in good ‘command’ of her vehicle as she drove away, and I left also to go to the office …still … When you get a
message – a psychic one, what do you do ? After a lifetime of  deliberately ignoring them, and then seeing the consequences, I have taken all of them quite seriously for the past 10 years or so,
and persued psychic traing via the Berkeley Psychic Institute, among other places. Could it be my ‘higher self’ ? Angels ? Guides ? Myself in the future – as McMoneagle says ? Perhaps – but to
ignore warnings is criminal. We all get them, some from dreams, some ‘visual’, some ‘audible’, some just ‘knowing’ …

PLEASE keep an open mind – the Universe just might have a message for YOU!»

73’s radioman
webmaster@psychicspy.com

http://psychicspy.com