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Approved For Release 2003/09/10 : CIA-RDP96-00788R000400370001-8 0 L. %J 1A L. I INSCOM GRILL FLAME PROGRAM CLASSIFIED BY:MSG,DAMI-ISH DATED: 051630ZJUL78 NOT RELEASABLE TO FOREIGN NATIONALS REVIEW ON: ~.~1~~_ Approved For Release 2003 /10 : CIA- P96-007888000400 7 -~~' Approved For Release 2003/09/10 : CIA-RDP96-00788R000400370001-8 REMOTE VIEWING (RV) SESSION D-25 SG1 1. (S/NOFORN) This report documents a remote viewing session conducted in compliance with a request for information on a target of interest. The mission was to 2. (S/NOFORN) The remote viewer's impressions of the target are provided as raw intelligence data and as such have not been subjected to any intermediate analysis, evaluation or collation. Interpretation and use of the information provided is the responsibility of the requestor. 3. (S/NOFORN) The protocol used for this session is detailed in the document, Grill Flame Protocol, AMSAA Applied Remote Viewing Protocol (S), undated. 4. (S/NOFORN) Following is a trancript of the viewer's impressions during t remote viewing session. At TAB A are drawings made by the remote viewer reference his impressions of the target site. At TAB B is target cuing infor- mation provided the remote viewer. 5. (S/NOFORN) This session was conducted concurrently with Session D-24. NOT NATIONALS All Approved For Release 2003/09/10 : CIA-RDP96-00788R000400370001-8 Approved For Release 2003/09/10 : CIA-RDP96-00788R000400370001-8 . Y W REMOTE VIEWING (RV) SESSION D-25 TIME #66: This will be a remote viewing session for 0830 hours, 4 September 1980. SG1 B Relax. Relax and focus your +04 #10.5: Looks like the top a loaf of bread ...Looks like a lorry.....The sides are hard............. Got a...I have a feeling that, uh, I am, +06 uh, am like, you know. .the edge of a, uh...shallow, uh... a ravine. And I'm watching the vehicles go over the edge, uh, you know...moving on the dirt road. This, uh...go over the edge and...and then go down and to the right. It' a convoy. +08 #66: Describe the vehicles to me. #10.5: They are...those that I've seen are...lorry types....having, uh, snub-nosed front ends and...moulded (phoenetic) uh, round fenders. They're entering a wadi or agorge, shallow gorge... It's, um, grassy here though. There are, uh... short grasses along the road. It's like.a...there are some mountains in the background, which is to the...I think it's to the northwest, and those mountains are very rugged and ...barren..... #56: Describe your position of perspective. #10.5: Now I am...up and, uh, over the lip of the depression... about, um, 100 feet and watching this curving convoy going down this...cleft. They are proceeding down the...the gap. They go down it, in a southeasterly direction, or southern direction...more southern. If the mountains are northwest this is more south. And they, uh..... +12 #10.5: I saw one tactical vehicle earlier, but now all I'm seeing is...a string of these lorries. It is warm, and it is dry. They are proceeding...they move maybe, I don't know, it's Approved For Release 20 R000400370001-8 Approved For Release 2003~0'9If~R;1' ~rpaa-?^~88R000400370001-8 ,-#30.5: maybe only a quarter of a mile down the- this gash in the terrain. And they climb out...and move on. In that, general southeasterly direction. #66: At this time move your perspective even higher and describe where this is in the world. #66: Okay, we'll stop the session. #10.5: Okay, this thing is about...I've drawn it a lot narrower than it really should be in perspective so let me go over this. It's more like that fat, stubby, lorry type of vehicle. With a rounded top. Draw this thing again. There, that's more like it. Love it, love it. Now that's more the size of the proportions of the thing. It's got the ro-, rounded, bulbous fenders, but it has a front. that looks like the front of our old half track. It's the - wheeti (phoenetic). You know, it's very, very angular hood comes down in a triangle but it's got rounded fenders. I don't know if that' know. I know there's a goddamn fender here somehow. #66: Now you say that-you saw a, uh, convoy of these. And I eventually wanted to, when we, we're gonna get around to it'in the session, to have you tell me about the size of this convoy. But we never did get around to- #10.5: Yeah. I was playing with numbers all that while I was quiet. It did not appear to be a large...large convoy. This thing is, well, okay...let me see this is an OD lorry. That's one vehicle type that I saw. An OD lorry, ah, with hard sides and top. I had the feeling that this was similar to our radio van. Okay? You. know, the kind that we have that ...on a five ton truck the sides pop out and you end up with a command post and radio facility inside it and every- thing. I had a feeling that this is like this. I, I thought of that when I saw this vehicle, because it was hard sides and had a curved roof. And st- it wasn't just canvas top, it was a hard top. And it, I thought...thought of... of our US five ton Command Signal van. Signal, uh...what do you call it? Command signal, uh, truck. Okay? That was the thought that occured when I saw this thing. I'll call that one, and I'll go on and review that. I had a feeling, in the very first part of the session which was un-talked about until later was, I had the feel- ing of a armored vehicle, like a...the old rounded top, and this was only seen from an angle on my left shoulder. Approved For Release 20 [4108R0004003700018 Approved For Release 200 0/ 88R000400370001-8 % #10.5: But it was only one-of 'em, Idid not feel that there were a whole bunch of tanks in this convoy. I had the feeling like the tank was the lead vehicle and that behind it was about 30 of these trucks like this. Some...some soft topped, some hard topped, okay, of an assortment of lorry type vehicles. Two and a half to five ton lorry type vehicles, but that there was some sort of an armored escort at the front. You know. Anyway, I had, uh...........This type of a feeling. Okay?.... *****ooo9***Ah1 well. The sooner we get it over and done with the sooner we'll...have it over and done with....... Okay. Anyway, here you are...Okay. This is the feeling, see. Like there was one tank like old rounded turret, small...rounded turret tank. Like T-55 leading... uh, uh, like it was in the lead. Because when I was up above and I was looking at this string of vehicles, had the, just sort of the thing that, "Oh, well they got one tank up front, but it's not really part of the unit." You know, it's just an escort, you know, clearing the road or doing whatever comes naturally, why they have, tanks, you know. Old, small rounded turret tank like T-55 leading... convoy. Okay. All right. So that's that. And then there are other vehicles back here. Okay. And this is to the northwest, these are the rugged ...rugged barren...hills. Okay. And this is...short...brown..s grasses. It was almost as though wheat had been cut, you know, it was that...stubby and hard, okay. It was not blowing elephant grasses or stuff like that. It was only like two or three inches and it was almost like it would been, had been mown. Because you know that's left when you mow a wheat or a hay field, is just the stubby hard diameter stalks. And it's very, very brittle,,,and if you walked in it barefooted it's hurt your feet, because, you'd be stepping on these pins. Okay. Short,brown stubby... grasses, okay, were all around along the side of the road. And then this, between the barren hills and the edge of this thing that I called a wadi or a gorge or a cleft is just flat rolling plains. All right. The ter-. the terms I I and this funny thing which I don't know how the hell pronounce, sspe i is is, I have spelled it these things occure o me when I was hovering over the -Elp of this crack watching these vehicles come down by my right and go bump! and then go down into this rather slight, not really a steep gorge like the Rocky Mountains or anything, just maybe a hundred foot ditch, you know, they go down in that. And these were just occured spon- taneously. Uh.......Okay, and, uh... SG1 A SG1 A Approved For Release 2 788R000400370001-8 Approved For Release 200 R000400370001-8 #10.5: Well, anyway, here the trucks have to.......two wheels in the back. Okay. These thing have to go over and down the lip. It's okay,.I know this is all. irrelevant to you any- way. An' here in the background you can see ,he other, in places this wadi becomes steep, or whatever it is. The gorge, it's not really a gorge, it doesn't classify to be gorge. It's like a ditch, not, it's like a big ditch or a, uh...but it's natural, you know, it's ruggedly natural. It's not a manmade thing. Some places it's really steep and other places it's tapered. Anyway, and here's the horizon. Okay. Now the vehicles go down and they go down to what's the east, the west side, and then they would, are moving down sort of across the ditch, and then they were coming back up and then they were continuing on in that direction like this. Okay? Towards the horizon. #66: Okay. #10.5: They're moving. And I had the feeling that they were moving some distance. You know, they were not like just,going four miles. They were like going 50 miles or 75 miles towards this blank- and it is, just a blank horizon. #66: Now the question that I had asked you just before we were stopped by the workmen outside, uh...was a high altitude shot, and where in the world this might be. And you were working on that for a considerable period of time and then we were interupted by the workmen outside pounding on the walls. #10.5: Yeah, you just can't win. Okay. Let. me touch up this one here. Okay. The vehicles come over, they go down this edge then they go sort of quarter mile...down and across this, uh...cleft and then they climb back up a, a low spot. All right. Having, as I already said, having already used the terms wadi, because that really was a desc ' o' t having already had this wei e of S G1 phonetically, and now w ere e A G1 is. All these things occured spontaneously A though. Uh...I...tried to do it as cleanly as I could, ag-, as a, as a clean shot at where the hell this place was. So, I, uh, envisioned a cer-, an, a rotating, a revolving globe. And every time I would ask myself where this was occuring I would get, the globe would stop with Africa. Okay...It would just, you know, was, it was like, like I take a blink out of the moving film, and it'd be Africa there, okay. Now where I believe, uh...we are talk- ing about is the-Middle Eastern shot that I got of impor- tance is the bottom left hand side of the Red Sea and across the Red Sea from Saudi Arabia. 4 % Approved For Release 20 - 788R000400370001-8 Approved For Release 20 N 0788R000400370001-8 #66: So these names that you've mentioned before, do you recog- nize them as- SG1B #10.5: In #10.5: It's in #66: Okay. #10.5: Yeah, I know where the #66: Where is that? region is. SG1 A #66: Okay. So this- #10.5: An' it's a big area of activity. #66: So this other imagery you. got of your spinning globe imagery seemed to validate those feelings? #10.5: Yes. Yes. #66: Okay. #10.5: And I was, and that's why I did it that way is because I wanted to make sure I got a clean cut at it instead of somethin' else. Okay. To try to eliminate overlay. Uhl so anyway their ultimate...the ultimate thing.I got here, uh,,.uh...I don't know precisely how this thing goes. This is., this is ..okay, S G1 re here. Okay. And, uh... et me see if I can A remem er my geography now.. Anyway, the place that I had was, I was very clearly seeing the bump that shoots out into I guess it's the Indian Ocean here on the ver-, it's an elbow like thing. And that's where is. Okay. And the whole area of interest, 'cause wen to this altitude, the whole area of interest was here in the Middle East, in the Eastern Middle, south- eastern Middle East. I did. not see any country areas or anything like that. That I did have the feeling of is that there was a general southeasterly movement, and that these, this outfit was going southeast. But that it was somewhere in the interior, it wasn't on the coast or anything like that. And that it was, the movement was like ...that. You know, it was nondescript, but that it was somewhere inside the actual part of the map I was looking at, it wasn't on any identifiable terrain feature or anything like that. #66: you see a, uh, caravan of trucks and one tank leading. And, uh, you have, are of the opinion that this is located somewhere in Approved For Release Al SG1 A SG1A Approved For Release 2003/09/10 : CIA-RDP96-00788R000400370001-8 Approved For Release 2003/09/10 : CIA-RDP96-00788R000400370001-8 Approved For Release 2003/09/10 : CIA-RDP96-00788R000400370001-8 TAB Approved For Release 2003/09/10 : CIA-RDP96-00788R000400370001-8 A~proved For Release 2003/09/10 CIA-RDP96-00788R000400370001-8 o ~a -l ab 4 Approved For Release 2003/09/10 : CIA-RDP96-00788R000400370001-8 Approved For Release 2003/09/10 : CIA-RDP96-00788R000400370001-8 I Approved For Release 2003/09/10 : CIA-RDP96-00788R000400378001-8 Approved For Release 2003/09110 : IIA-RDP96-00788R000400370001-8 ~ PZ 3 Approved For Release 2003/09/10 : CIA-RDP96-00788R000400370001-8 0 SG1A Approved For Release 2003/09/10 : CIA-RDP96-00788R000400370001-8 Approved For Release 2003/09/10 : CIA-RDP96-00788R000400370001-8 Approved For Release 2003/09/10 : CIA-RDP96-00788R000400370001-8 TAB Approved For Release 2003/09/10 : CIA-RDP96-00788R000400370001-8 Approved For Releas km REMOTE VIEWING (RV) SESSION D-25 SG1 B 1. (S/NOFORN) Prior to the session the remote viewer was told that during 2. S NOFORN At the beginning of the session the viewer was provided the SG1 B NOT R LWABTE, 'Oj ~ORE1GN NATIONALS 11 1 Approved For Release 2003/09/10 : ClA-RDP96-00788R000400370001-8 Approved For Release ? Q M9 W pI 96-00788R000400370001-8 7.7P3--H--S SUBJECT: SPiMtl ANALYTIC Rr,PORT INM"P!AT'10% (I REPORT RFQJ:RNENT 1. (U) The infor;nation provided as encl )sure to t; i.s re r:c r t. was ot"trained in response to a collection r? gU1rem+ nt l rOvi%ic