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Approved For Release 2000/08/08 :CIA-RDP96-007898000100500001-5 l SG1A ,ti WARNING NOTICE: INTELLIGENCE SOURCES AND METHODS INVOLVED ----------------------------------------------------------------- ----------- VOFORN - SKEET CHANNELS ONLY PROJECT SUNSTREAK (U) SRV SESSION PROCEDURE REPORT CONTROL NUMBER: 8610 DATE OF SESSION: 4 Aug 86 REFERENCES: None DATE OF REPORT: 5 Aug 86 TECHNQUE UTILIZED:" SRV ---------------------------- NICKNAME: TARGET COUNTRY: SESSION NUMBER: 01 MISSION STATUS: Initial(complete) SOURCE IDENTIFIER: 018 1. ( ) TX KING: S 96rce was provided a 3x5 brown, opaque envelope. The envelope was mar ed wit appropriate security and project code identifiers and the notation, "info ue date: 1 Aug 86." Source was told that a card inside the envelope, (the edge of which was momentarily shown to Source to confirm its existence), contained the targetting for this project. This tasking (not shown nor otherwise revealed to Source), was as follows: "Project 8610. Describe Jul 86- Jul 87 activities with Vic. The envelope was then sealed in Sources's presence and provided to him with the instructions that the data contained was classified SECRET/NOFORN and could not, therefore, be taken home with him. He was, however, to deep the sealed envelope in his possession while on duty and to write a narrative on any perceptions he might have pertaining to the target. No other cueing or descriptive data pertaining to the target was provided to the Source. 2. ( ) SESSION: The technique of Spontaneous Remote Viewing (SRV) dictates that the Source'srecord their perceptions by writing a summary describing all aspects of their perceptions without drawing conclusions but also without prompting or guidance from an outside interviewer or monitor. Source reported on the morning of 4 Aug 86, that he had not been able to "receive" any significant or cognitive impressions. When queried he could not recall any inclemencies which might have prevented him.from performing this task. Source was, therefore, told that he would be given an additional few hours, (until the close of business) to note any and all perceptions. If he still "received" nothing he was to report this fact. Several hours later Source provided a brief summary of his perceptions with a stated lack of confidence in the validity of the information. Approved For Release 2000/08/08 : CIA-RDP96-00789R000100500001-5 Approved For Release 2000/08/08 : CIA-RDP96-00789R000100500001-5 SG1A 3. ( ) SUMMARY: The follwoing narrative contained within quotation marks is an abridged copy of Source's post-session written summary. This summary has been editorialized (as indicated), by the undersigned for clarity, grammar and structure. The actual unabridge summary is maintained in the mission field dossier at this location. "(My) impressions began with vague visuals of what appeared to be a blue tubular device, with the appearance of a clother caddy. This was followed by impressions of a site similar to another (I have viewed in the past). (impression of a "squarish thing" mounted on top of "runners' or "tracks". Later ?a beam of "energy" (came) from somewhere deep inside the "squarish thing." Each time I would try to see where this beam of energy originated, I would find a very small black box inside the squarish thing with a curved and twisting channel leading into the enter. The beam of energy originated there with a very small mechanism. Each time I tried to. access this mechanism I would feel a very deep"lump" inside my chest which drove me back from it." 4. ( ) OPS FE DBACK: Source's data does not overlay any of the known key or significant features of the actual target nor does it address/answer the specific "time-line" tasking. It should be noted however, that during one day of the same period that Source was carrying this envelope, Source was provided another sealed envelope (1 Aug 86) containing a training target in conjunction with an on-going training program in Extended Remote Viewing (ERV) techniques. This training target was the Great Mosque in the city of Mecca, Saudi Arabia. Many of the getalts reported by Source pertaining to the closely resemble many of the known significant features of the Great Mosque. Examples of these features are: (1) The Great Mosque is archatecurally a simple rectangular cube several stories high with no windows and only two doors. Attention is drawn to Source's repeated references to a "squarish thing." (2) Within/ the Great Mosque is located the Kaaba, a coal black stone allegedly given to man by Abraham to cleanse sins. The stone is enshrined on a pedestal arrangement with attached handles permitting it to be lifted or moved if need by. Attention is drawn to Sources reference to a "squarish thing" (a possible confused overlay) mounted on top of runners or tracks. (3) The Kaaba bears great religious significance to both the Islamic would as well as the Judo/Christian ethnic in its reference to the prophet Abraham, a personality shared by all three religious groups. In Remote Viewing it is common for a Source to describe religious icons and artifacts in both spiritual and metaphysical terms, e.g., "Burning energy," "great force," "controlling energy" etc. Attention is drawn to Source's attempts to describe an "energy" coming from "deep within the squarish thing" and an additional reference to the color black, the color of the Kaaba stone. It is possible, therefore, that Source's efforts to satify training requirements in direct support of his immediate supervisor (the undersigned) may have drawn his focus of attention away from the operational Approved For Release 2000/08/08 : CIA-RDP96-00789R000100500001-5 Approved For Release 2000/08/08 : CIA-RDP96-00789R000100500001-5 target. His personal feelings of a lack of confidence in his results could thus be explained as a reaction to his subliminal knowledge that he had erroneously completed a tasking, albeit confused by two envelopes, which led to his failure on this mission. SG1J GS-H', DAC Special Activities Officer Approved For Release 2000/08/081 CIA-RDP96-00789R000100500001-5