Monday, December 3, 2012

Jim Marrs: JFK assassination, UFOs, and the Nazi Secret Technology



Published on Dec 3, 2012 by
 
Award-winning journalist Jim Marrs discussed the JFK assassination, UFOs, and the Nazi connection to secret technology & the power elite. There was a technology swap between Germany and the US after the war under such classified programs as Project Paperclip, and some of the knowledge may have been used in the American space program, he said. A covert space program probably exists that the public knows nothing about, he suggested.

Marrs recalled details about a top American remote viewer who came into contact with his Soviet counterpart, and found out that the Russians had picked up or carried on a lot of the Nazi research into psychic abilities. There had been a unit in the German military called "Doctor Greenbaum" that was involved in remote viewing. It was part of a larger program called Majik-- which interestingly bears similarity to the spelling of "Majic," the abbreviation used for the UFO secrecy group Majestic 12 in the U.S., he noted. The Nazis made psychic contact with non-human intelligences, he added.


JFK may have been assassinated because he was planning to disclose information about UFOs, and MJ12 and the keepers of the secret considered this to be a threat to national security, he said. Marrs also spoke about "Secrets of Red Gate," his investigation into a small community in Montana that has had ongoing experiences with UFOs and ETs for decades. A remote viewing experiment indicated that children may have had encounters with "grey" type aliens in the Deer Lodge woods in 1952, he detailed.

Biography:

Jim Marrs is an award-winning journalist and has over 30 years experience with several Texas newspapers. In 1999, he began teaching a course on UFOs, perhaps one of the first university level UFO courses in the nation. Jim also investigated the U.S. Army's remote viewing program three years before it was publicly acknowledged by the CIA and then produced "Alien Agenda." In addition, his book, "Rule by Secrecy," has been termed an "underground best-seller".

Wikipedia
Jim Marrs (born 5 December 1943) is an American former newspaper journalist and New York Times best-selling author of books and articles on a wide range of alleged cover ups and conspiracies. Marrs is a prominent figure in the JFK conspiracy press and his book Crossfire was a source for Oliver Stone's film JFK. He has written books asserting the existence of government conspiracies regarding aliens, 9/11, telepathy, and secret societies. He was once a news reporter in the Dallas--Fort Worth Metroplex and has taught a class on the Kennedy Assassination at University of Texas at Arlington for 30 years. Marrs is a member of the Scholars for 9/11 Truth.

Since 1976, Marrs has taught a course on the assassination of President John F. Kennedy at the University of Texas at Arlington. In 1989, his book, Crossfire: The Plot That Killed Kennedy, was published and reached the New York Times Paperback Non-Fiction Best Seller list in mid-February 1992. It became a basis for the Oliver Stone film JFK. Marrs served as a chief consultant for both the film's screenplay and production,Crossfire: The Plot That Killed Kennedy.

Beginning in 1992, Marrs spent three years researching and completing a non-fiction book on a top-secret government program called the Stargate Project involving the psychic phenomenon known as remote viewing, only to have the program canceled as it was going to press in the summer of 1995. Within two months, the story of military-developed remote viewing broke nationally in the Washington Post after the CIA revealed the program.

In May 1997, Marrs' investigation of UFOs, Alien Agenda, was published by HarperCollins Publishers. Publishers Weekly described Alien Agenda as "the most entertaining and complete overview of flying saucers and their crew in years." The paperback edition was released in mid-1998. It has been translated into several foreign languages and become the top-selling UFO book in the world.

In early 2000, HarperCollins published Rule by Secrecy, which claimed to trace a hidden history connecting modern secret societies to ancient and medieval times. This book also reached the New York Times Best Seller list. In 2003, his book The War on Freedom probed the alleged conspiracies of the 9/11 attacks and their aftermath. It was released in 2006 under the title The Terror Conspiracy.

Marrs has appeared on ABC, NBC, CBS, CNN, C-SPAN, The Discovery Channel, TLC, The History Channel, This Morning America, Geraldo, The Montel Williams Show, Today, TechTV, Larry King (with George Noory), and Art Bell radio programs, as well as numerous national and regional radio and TV shows.

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