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1 r 1-I rT Approved For Release 20 - DP96-00789R003500810002-3 DEFENSE INTELLIGENCE AGENCY WASHINGTON, D.C. 20340- S20,018/DT-S 3 October 1989 MEMORANDUM FOR CHIEF SCIENTIST DEFENSE INTELLIGENCE AGENCY SUBJECT: SUN STREAK Operational Report - 8928 (U) 1. (S/NF/SK) During the period of 11 September 1989 to 2 October 1989 inclusively, seventeen sessions were conducted to determine the nature of a key activity at a geographical location represented by Encrypted Coordinates 362104/453869. Results of this effort follow below,.. 2. (S/NF/SK) Remote Viewer 003 perceived the activity as occurring in a "blue chip, think-tank" atmosphere. A government- oriented group of personnel were AgaL4 towards "a goal not :In publicized." It involved lannin ~ scenes in an atmosphere of non-disclosure(ee . ) behind the - ~) The people at the appeared serious, grim on the one hand, and altruistic and dedicated to a common cause on the other. The ultimate objective was to Z-termine.the means to implement a ~. The ,pLementat-io was to be effected by subordinates, representatives of the personnel at the meeting. The target site appeared to be a hotel, an office structure located near a beach, 3. (S/NF/SK) Remote Viewer 018 perceived the key activities as being directly related to "concealed weapons" ; within double metallic walls. See TAB A. The metallic wa is led 018 to believe that the concealed weapons were aboard -ship. The weapons were cylindrically-shaped and closely packed in stacks. They were small, grayish-green in color and had spring-loaded fins. They resembled small missiles. The weapons were activated for use through the ushitpA_dand pulling of levers located on the side of the cylinder. The weapons appeared __fpr_ against 4. (S/NF/SK) Remote Viewer 025 perceived the key activity as being directly related to an qL#j Twarn_iLL"protection system WARNING NOTICE: SENSITIVE INTELLIGENCE SOURCES AND METHODS INVOLVED HANDLE VIA SKEET CHANNELS ONLY SPECIAL ACCESS REQUIRED CLASSIFIED BY: CHIEF SCIENTIST, DIA DECLASSIFY BY: OADR Approved For Release 2000/08/0IJ;L4%[JW96-00789R003500810002-3 Approved For Release 200 P96-00789R003500810002-3 025 perceived the presence of transmitters and antennas. The target site was located in a fenced area. Uniformed personnel and guard dogs were present. E5. (S/NF/SK) Viewer 032 believed the key activity was related to - - tinng? held by several men of similar political and rel g ous -beliefs, and dressed in business suits. The purpose of the meeting was to- ine how to neutralize a threat to their status (not further defined). The group appeared reatened by gunmen and bombs. The presence of a vessel phonetically surfaced as being related to the issue at hand. It was identified as '"Allied Trader"; it was anchored ina port north of the target area. See TAB B. r' (OPS CMTS): At this point Viewer 032 believed this scenario to be drug-related. This appears to be in error.) 6. (S/NF/SK) Remote Viewer 079 perceived the target area as being located in a "third-world country," at the site of a previous (well-known) disaster. Dark-skinned people populated the area. The target site was located in the vicinity of a body of water and a mountain. At some (undetermined) time in the past, a search for lost people was conducted in the vicinity of the body of water. Viewer 079 then concentrated on an isolated, yellow, brick building in the area. Within this structure was a mobile object "on wheels" configured like an "upgraded canon". See TAB C. The object appeared to have no explosive capability. .bject measured distances/in a ground order-of-battle atmosphere. Small aircraft were observed as related to this activity. Personnel wearing red berets were located on the periphery and appeared intent serving the object and its activities. A man was apparently tied-up (to chair) in the target area. (Relevancy of the man tied up in a chair was not determined.) 7. (S/NF/SK) Remote Viewer 095 perceived a large, gray, smooth three dimensional rectangular object that appeared to be related to the key activity at the target. See TAB D. It had smooth, "substance-tight" seams. .Zen ths, distances, measur~m6iits, fast loud noises pressu a were concepts directly related to theof ut There presence of underground tunnels perceived as long, lined, smooth and polished. They were surrounded by a "rock-hard" substance. See TAB E. The seams between the tunnel sections were of such smoothness as to make them indistinguishable. Additionally, there was a horizontally- Approved For Release 2000/08/09 : 9R003500810002-3 Approved For Release 2000/0"IA-RDP96-00789R003500810002-3 positioned object on supports estimated as being at about 50 to 60 feet off the ground. See TAB E. People in the area were clad in white, one-piece outfits and wore thick insulated boots. At this point, viewer 095 received the distinct impression that this was nuclear-related site. 5 ECNLOSURES TABS A - E GS-14 Sketches Branch Chief SG1J r t Approved For Release 2000/0g - DP96-00789R003500810002-3 Approved For Release 2000/08/09 : CIA-RDP96-00789R003500810002-3 vx,) Pt) ~, rhdl Approved For Release 2000/08/09 : CIA-RDP96-00789R003500810002-3 SNIPS QAMg 512e~CL -1:4 1 4' e e 2000/08/09 : CIA-RDP96-00789R003500810002-3 Approved For Release 2000/08/09 : CIA-RDP96-00789R003500810002-3 0/08/09 : CIA-RDP96-00789R003500810002-3 N .11 Approved For Release 2000/08/09 : CIA-RDP96-00789R0O35A81A2-3 LApproved For Release 2000/08/09 : CIA R96 90J 9RO03500810002-3 r ' 3.0 lease 2000/08/09: CIA-RDP96-00789'00"081,6002-3 Approved For Release 2000/08/09 :CIA-RDP6r997/9R003500810002-30 1 I 3r Vwz /~ 14 View curqj /1v I; U `PS VI s-~6/P loamy yam, v pfoved For Rel /+1,7.x , , /-~ i.. ./ ase- 0/08/09 : CIA-RDP96-00789Rcf 3A081402-3 Approved For Release 2000/08/09 : CIA-RDP96-00789R003500810002-3 I :I :: :'..;62.1. t:i4I Fi:I....1:.,IVI :N ..1..(::)I :1 l~IF Ia{V1(?.l..l.. 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