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The Disclosure Report

Up to date coverage of the Disclosure Grassroots Movements

Alert Ticker: .....Richard C Hoagland is currently gaining some unexpected cooperation from NASA and may soon be offered some inclusion into upcoming NASA conferences. Perhaps now Hoagland may get long promised color and infrared pictures of Cydonia, and of several other artifacts. NASA apparently asked him for his top ten list of Martian areas to shoot over a year ago.....Has NASA now been told by the Bush administration to cooperate with FACETS and the Enterprise Mission team?...Richard apparently believes so...This is a vast sea change in the relationship, perhaps spelling out a new timetable for a manned mission to Mars with Richard's help as well as some form of imminent disclosure?...surely some new wind is blowing from NASA and Richard says cautiously - it's a good thing.....

The Disclosure Project

Our Energy policy is a large sector of our economy, yet the Cheney report clearly states that there is no coherent policy in place to stabilize growing concerns over Americas energy needs...
Read the Cheney/Bush energy policy ~
DOE Fossil Energy - The Vice President's Energy Policy Report


...and then Read why none of that is going to work quickly enough... 
Dr. LODER's Briefing to EPW Committee


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by Steven M. Greer M.D.
Director, The Disclosure Project

Copyright 2002

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Cosmic Deception: Let the Citizen Beware (by Steven M. Greer, M.D. - June 2002)
When Disclosure Serves Secrecy (by Steven M. Greer, M.D. - October 1999)
The Unacknowledged Terror (by Steven M. Greer, M.D. - May 2002)
Synopsis of Unconventional Flying Objects: JSE Review
"Outside the Box" Space and Terrestrial Transportation and Energy Technologies for the 21st Century, by Professor Theodore C. Loder III, of the Institute for the Study of Earth, Oceans and Space, University of New Hampshire
DEAFENING SILENCE: Media Response to the May 9th Event and its Implications Regarding the Truth of Disclosure (by Jonathan Kolber, M.B.A.)

Time To Pull Together

The public must wake up sooner than ever. Hoagland's team findings with DP, when seen together is in my opinion, full disclosure. By not isolating Richard's predictive scientific research and its sweeping implications (Mars - Moon findings) from the obvious further disclosures, we are in for some incredibly spectacular confessions. After those confessions will come deserved and long overdue debate, and proofings of their testimonies. Ultimately, there will be demonstrations of the technologies purported now to be on par with more advanced alien/human physics. Ideally of course. And everyone will see for themselves.

As the superpower, our compassion for the whole human race will be on trial, hopefully as never before, perhaps dramatically culminating in a final battle, ostensibly before a Rapajmal can be organized. A passing of the torch will ensue. The powers that be (from secret corporations, para-military cliques, to mafia, and organized crime (oil, gas, drugs, slavery, etc)) will cast their lot in open retaliation for pure greed and purposes of a personal power struggle. Passing the monetary flame of powers from one family to another, as the structures edified and constructed upon covert and ill gotten money begin to fall. Our hopes and intentions should be on forever controlling the war dogs and the power hungry dictators who will only continue to war on peaceful citizens if unchallenged. Our true military and elected government must quickly, and decisively, organize a seizure of assets and freeze bank accounts of these super-black, clandestine, self-sustaining, micro monarchies. I also see in this last battle the use of terrible weapons, and not just of conventional order, but as discussed here:
We must seize power from them in those coming days. We must gain back the steering wheel, the compass, and at long last, the aetheric wind will once again fill the sails of the entire human race.

  Please let all support peace in space

Transforming the War Industry into a World-Cooperative Space Economy

1. Banning Space-based Weapons

Achieving an enforceable, permanent ban on space-based weapons is of immediate importance at this moment in history while it is within our practical reach -- before weapons are deployed into space. On June 13, 2002 the Anti-Ballistic Missile (ABM) Treaty will expire following President Bush’s unilateral notice of abrogation on December 13, 2001. This action will permit research, development, testing, manufacturing, production and deployment of space-based weapons, and components of the National Missile Defense (NMD) System to go forward, instigating a destabilizing, costly and dangerous arms race in space. The latest estimates are that the NMD system -- which is partly space-based – will to cost up to $238 billion.

Most leaders of the world are on record as wanting to ban space-based weapons. On April 12, 2001, U.N. Secretary General Kofi Annan announced his support of a ban on space-based weapons. Secretary General Annan stated that the international community recognized early on that a legal regime for outer space was needed to prevent space from becoming another arena of military confrontation. On November 29, 2001, the U.N. General Assembly approved by a 156-0 vote the basis for a treaty establishing a permanent ban on space-based weapons (Resolution 56/535). The Resolution stated that the Member Nations were “convinced that further measures should be examined in the search for effective and verifiable, bilateral and multilateral agreements in order to prevent an arms race in outer space, including the weaponization of outer space.” On November 20, 2000, a similar U.N. General Assembly resolution to prevent an arms race in space (Resolution 55/32) was approved where the final adopting vote was 163-0.

Key space-faring nation leaders have publicly stated they are in favor of banning space-based weapons. Deputy Prime Minister John Manley of Canada on July 26, 2001 stated, “Canada would be very happy…to launch an initiative to see an international convention preventing the weaponization of space.” Canada first called for a ban on space-based weapons 20 years ago in 1982 and again in 1998 and 1999.

On September 28, 2001, just two weeks after the 9/11 attack on the World Trade Center, in a major speech at the United Nations in New York, Russia’s Foreign Minister Igor Ivanov stated, “Russia invites the world community to start working out a comprehensive agreement on the non-deployment of weapons in outer space and on the non-use of force against space objects. As the first practical step in this direction, a moratorium could be declared on the deployment of weapons in outer space pending a relevant international agreement. Preventing the deployment of weapons in outer space forms an important part of the set of measures designed to ensure strategic stability.”

On June 6, 2001, China formally proposed possible provisions of a “treaty on the prevention of the weaponization of outer space.” China stated, “China is dedicated to promoting the international community to negotiate and conclude an international legal instrument on the prevention of the weaponization of space and an arms race in outer space.”

The Space Preservation Treaty is an effective and verifiable, multilateral agreement to prevent an arms race and weaponization of outer space. The Treaty is unique in several ways. Under the terms of the Treaty, each State Party having signed the Treaty shall immediately work toward supporting other non-signatory State Parties in signing, ratifying and implementing the Treaty. Once three nations sign it and deposit it at the United Nations depositary, U.N. Secretary General Kofi Annan is required to report publicly to the U.N. General Assembly every 90 days on the progress of implementing a permanent ban on space-based weapons and on the progress of signing and ratifying of the Treaty by State Parties. Once 20 nations have signed and ratified the Space Preservation Treaty, it will go into force, the world space peacekeeping agency will be funded and empowered to monitor and enforce the ban on space-based weapons.

Article IV of the Space Preservation Treaty provides that “Each State party to this Treaty agrees to the establishment, funding, equipping and deployment of an outer space peacekeeping agency, whose mission is to monitor outer space and enforce the permanent ban of space-based weapons under this Treaty.” Article VII of the Space Preservation Treaty provides that “The provisions of Articles 1 and II of this Treaty shall apply to all States, regardless of whether such States are signatures to this Treaty.” In other words, the Space Preservation Treaty establishes an agency to monitor and enforce the ban.

The Space Preservation Act of 2002 was introduced into the U.S. Congress as H.R. 3616 by Congressman Dennis Kucinich (D-Ohio), Co-Chair of the House Space and Aviation Caucus and Chair of the House Progressive Caucus, on January 23, 2002. H.R. 3616 directs the President to work toward “negotiating, adopting and implementing an international treaty banning space-based weapons and the use of weapons to destroy or damage objects in space that are in orbit.”

The Space Preservation Treaty is compatible with the Space Preservation Act of 2002 (H.R. 3616) and is presently circulating among nation-state leaders for signature. Similar to H.R. 3616, the Space Preservation Treaty provides that “Each State Party to this Treaty shall:

(1) implement a ban on space-based weapons;

(2) implement a ban on the use of weapons to destroy or damage objects in space that are in orbit; and

(3) immediately order the permanent termination of research and development, testing, manufacturing, production and deployment of all space-based weapons of such State Party.”

A forthcoming world-interactive treaty signing – the “Possible Dream” Event – is designed to be an interactive world media and community event, whereby the nation-state leaders signing the Space Preservation Treaty will empower a new cooperative reality for humankind -- a ban on space-based weapons and the foundation of a cooperative world space economy. The Possible Dream Event will be simultaneously broadcast via satellite and the internet from various locations around the world, presenting world leaders within a global community of artists, children, scientists, musicians and others unveiling the vision of a world-cooperative space economy.

2. A World-Cooperative Space Economy

The Space Preservation Act of 2002 (H.R. 3616) and the compatible forthcoming Space Preservation Treaty facilitate future public and private investment in non-weapons, world cooperative space ventures, and the consequent stimulation of the national and world economy. Section 6 of the Space Preservation Act of 2002 specifically permits “the use of funds for:

(1) space exploration,

(2) space research and development;

(3) testing, manufacturing or production that is not related to space-based weapons or systems; and

(4) civil, commercial or defense activities (including communications, navigation, surveillance, reconnaissance, early warning or remote sensing) that are not related to space-based weapons or systems.

The public and private investment in non-weapons related space activities will open the way to significant positive impacts in the national and world economies. As jobs and investments expand to meet the demand for non-weapons, clean and safe space-age technology, products and services can be applied directly to solving urgent human and environmental issues. Investment in non-weapons space capital goods and services that come from space industries, businesses, labs, factories, space habitats, space hotels and resorts, schools and universities, and farms create economic multiplier effects which in turn can have positive impacts on terrestrial and space-related jobs, training programs and an expanding consumer and producer economy.

A space-based weapon is capital good that does not itself produce jobs, goods and services. Whereas a space factory, for example, is a capital good that in turn multiplies the investment put into it by producing jobs, goods and services for the growing space and terrestrial economy.

Banning space-based weapons will create a new era of cooperative expansion in the context of a new space paradigm by humankind as we evolve into the Universe, with unprecedented benefits, opportunities and prosperity. By capping the arms race in space, we can transform the war industry into a cooperative world space industry. Humankinds’ future economic engine lies in a non-weapons space economy based on space exploration, space manufacture and space habitation. We can now feasibly transform/convert the space-based weapons program and war industry into a world cooperative civil, commercial and military space industry, a space economy and an earth society that recognizes itself as a society in space and provides solutions. As the collective consciousness becomes aware and shifts, the nature of economics will shift from war to peace. We will no longer experience wars as a primary economic driver -- space will become the economic stimulus. Instead of talking about a war to peace-time economy, we are talking about a war to space economy, since the industry is already moving into space. The bill and treaty will simply remove the mandate to weaponize space, allowing the economy to flourish.

Time is of the essence. Securing the future of humankind is more feasible right now before actual weapons are placed in space. Refocusing the direction of our tax dollars toward a new space paradigm (a new way of thinking) now will create a new momentum, a new perspective, a new appreciation of the innate power of transformation within all people.




Sent: Monday, June 24, 2002 9:48 PM
Subject: Close Encounters and Spielberg's Timing of his 20 Part Abduction Series

It's interesting that Steven Bassett and Richard Hoagland last night spoke about Spielberg's new 20 part series on abductions etc., coming out in December 2002. Hoagland speculated the timing of which is strategically planned, to push the reality of what's going on.

Hoagland also mentioned Close Encounters of the Third Kind, summarizing the crucial scene of the meeting with ETI @ Devils Tower. The 5 musical tones that ET was transmitting was determined by the French translating Cartographer as earth coordinates, remember, longitude and latitude for Devils Tower?

Well, when Hoagland checked the actual coordinates, he discovered that Spielberg was referring to the Face on Mars not Devil's Tower! Can you imagine? So, what exactly does Spielberg know? He may know enough to be a powerful media force to tell the true story and he's spending 75 million dollars on his new series along with 25 million for advertising it.

It is Richard's contention that Carl Sagan who was a friend of Spielberg and of Hoagland, that Carl Sagan had insider NASA information that he may have whispered into Spielberg's ear - so to speak - and Steven incorporated that information in code - secret, occulted, information about Mars at a time when all of this flap about ETI was not even in vogue, into the movie Close Encounters...

The complexity of these issues and the thickening plots are at times difficult to convey. Those of you who can listen, go to the last part from middle of clip 10 and first part of clip 11 from the Art Bell archive of the Steven Bassett show from last night 6/23/02 to hear the parts about Spielberg's new series and Hoagland's ponderings...
Hoagland mentioned the airline used in Close Encounters was Aries, or Ares (must watch again to catch the right spelling) either spelling is synonymous with Mars in Greek astrology and the qabala.

My point in mentioning all this is that Bassett's disclosure 2003 is to kick start up in August, and it seems from what was said last night that MANY pro disclosure movements are positioning themselves for an early 2003 major event.

I hope they are right, and it all comes out!

Art Bell Show

06/23/02 - Sun/Mon

The show last night was very interesting.

In August there will be the most interesting times yet, with Bassett more or less making the media sit up and listen. His candidacy will be the first time ET will be the base of his platform as an independent from Maryland.
If you can, please take the time to listen to this show. Richard Hoagland was on with Bassett and Barbara Simpson (host). Richard announced his 110% support for Bassett, and is also contributing the maximum amount of funding allowed before Bassett is put on the ballot - 1,000 dollars. So Hoagland is putting his money where his mouth is!
This is getting even more exciting.




Enterprise Mission to Mars Reports

Sent: Saturday, June 29, 2002 1:25 PM
Subject: FACETS has a Good Case: "Detrimental Reliance"

Greetings all,
In 2001, NASA offered the FACETS group the opportunity to point out to NASA the top 10 sites, to re-image what Hoagland's team deems the most important artifacts on Mars. However, NASA reneged on their offer. So now the FACETS lawyer Peter A. Gersten and Richard C. Hoagland apparently feel compelled to bring a lawsuit against NASA for this breach in their written contractual agreement, calling it "Detrimental Reliance". It is a suit that NASA most likely can ill afford to undergo. Some very mysterious signals are coming out of NASA that sound a lot like Disclosure is imminent.
Reasons for lawsuit can be heard here - second half of the first hour: Go to archives for the 28th, 2002.
All of this flap is in reference to these Letters:
Richard C. Hoagland last night on Art Bell
"My source is telling me tonight, 6/28/02, that the basic word has been given to cooperate. In other words, if you're going to make the BIG announcement, what you have to do on NASA's part is sew up a lot of loose ends, a lot of hurt feelings, a lot of ignored scientists, just a lot of people, like people in the Enterprise conference who are hanging on every word right now, who are part of the grassroots citizenry effort to get at the truth!"
It should be noted that the Odyssey Mission photographs of the official NASA images of the region known as Cydonia have still not yet been released. It is the speculative conclusion of Hoagland and Gersten that NASA is withholding the images while it readies a Disclosure, of whatever size and form, of its own. And in the long run, this is good news all around. The only troubling aspect is regarding the timing, since this announcement and the subsequent revelations may have to wait until next year. If so, that may coincide nicely with several other converging, grassroots Disclosure platforms all headed to Washington enforce!
There will be a FACETS conference call with NASA again on Monday. At that time we will hear more from Hoagland and Gersten on this escalating scenario.

Sent: Saturday, June 22, 2002 2:22 PM
Subject: To see the same Moon, the same Mars, at last
If Richard Hoagland 

(scroll to middle) is right, his goal - to rediscover what the parallel space program knows; a program that stopped sharing it's fantastic findings with the American public over 30 years ago, we may finally get to see what's been withheld from the public at large. Finally fixing that wrong, together, we can move on into our belated future. To see the same Moon, the same Mars, at last.

Too Much Inertia?

"Max" further informed us that the highest levels of government were convinced they were powerless to deter the objects from their path (just as we had suspected and just as was recently portrayed in the X-Files season finale). He added that he agreed with our stance that there were technologies which could avert the disaster, but that those who were in possession of those technologies had decided that there was "too much inertia" in favor of not using those technologies.

In other words, somebody wants these impacts to happen. 




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