Brother Scotty
Dr. C.B. Scott Jones, Ph.D.

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Our Elusive and Enigmatic Brother
New Age Deep Cover Congressional Mole
and Holy Rockefellerian Funding Conduit



The Falcon, the SnowMan and the Chickadee

Of the Foul Aviarian Bird our Dear Brother Boylan hath written:


Cmdr. C.B. Scott Jones, Ph.D., USN (Ret.), former officer with the Office of Naval intelligence and other agencies; 30 years service in U.S. intelligence overseas; involved in government research and development projects for the Defense Nuclear Agency, Defense Intelligence Agency, Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, and other organizations; former aide to Sen. Claiborne Pell, who has had a long-standing interest in UFOs and the paranormal and has tried to arrange Congressional hearings on UFOs.

Yet lovingly contradicting our Brother Rich, Brother Armen Victorian hath noted the following in his Holy Article entitled "PSYCHIC WARFARE & NON-LETHAL WEAPONS;"

Alexander and C.B. Jones are members of the AVIARY, a group of intelligence and Department of Defense officers and scientists with a brief to discredit any serious research in the UFO field. Each member of the Aviary bears a bird's name. Jones is FALCON; John Alexander is PENGUIN.

And, in a taped telephone conversation with Brother Scotty on August 17, 1992, he hath Documented Brother Jones' Many Holy Communications with our Cetacean Brethren, the Little Grey Dolphins:

Alexander is also a past President and a Board member of the International Association for Near Death Studies; and, with his former wife, Jan Northup, he helped Dr C.B. Scott Jones perform ESP experiments with dolphins.

Our Dear Brother Farley then added Fuel to the Holy Jonesian Fyre by recently referring to Brother Scotty as an "SRI & Rockefeller funded mindwarper" and made public note of his "linkages via the Inst. of Noetic Sciences; (W. Harman); the SRI gangsters and their Washington, DC area coven: including Scott Jones..."

While elsewhere Brother Farley hath astutely noted:

Also Dale Graff, former in-house DIA "CRV" link, & principal DIA-to-Capitol Hill connection via Scott Jones. Graff is retired & "consulting." Graff alleged (by Smith, Guiley, Jones, to be DIA's top "practioner" or "analyst" of Dark Side ventures, as [Maj.] Ed Dames [ PSI-TECH Holy Remote Viewer & Friend of the Martians -B:.B:.] said happend in Dames' TV appearance (on Discovery Channel, and British TV, said program written by alleged CIA scholar Dr. Jim Schnabel as deflection and "cover."

On Schnabel's show, Dames alleged that "Dark Side" remote viewing, thought projection, mind-bending and/or dream implantation (techniques as gleaned from studies of "wicca," aided by [Rosemary Ellen] Guiley and outside-funded by ???), had been tried by "others" than Dames in DIA/Army "CRV" programs. Believe what you will.

Yet -- horror of horrors -- Brother Scotty hath Blown his Holy Cover and thereby Blown his Holy Funding thusly:

...Laurance Rockefellerfundedİ C.B. Jones' and [Sen. Claiborne] Pell's Human Potential Foundation, (although Prince Hans Adam bailed out, after a tiff between Jones and Budd Hopkins got public enough that Hans Adam's hand & money became public knowledge... the Prince told Jones, "You're too dangerous, and I'm going to tell Claiborne" (Pell), in a July '92 letter notifying Jones that the Prince was no longer going to fund Jones' activities. (Before Human Potential Foundation, the Prince had channelled modest dollars, as had L. Rockefeller, for Jones' activities via Jones "family controlled" non-profit Center for Applied Anomalous Phenomena. All of this can be quoted; and you may source this online analysis. Documentation is in hand, as well as obtainable via IRS-Exempt Organizations Branch, headquartered in Baltimore.

And in yet another Holy Breach of National Security, Brother Boylan hath ratted off his Brother Daniel thusly:

An informant I call Beltway Throat (BT) [we call him Dan Smith -B:.B:.], who lives in the shadow of the power center of the world (Washington, D.C., in case you thought it was Sedona), reports on his recent interview with Chickadee of the Aviary, (the retired Naval intelligence Commander C.B. Scott Jones, Ph.D.) Dr. Jones has reportedly provided BT with additional details concerning events which the Aviary believe are upcoming.

It is reported that the predicted extraterrestrial landing on Thursday, April 24, 1997 is a precursor to a 1998 series of cataclysms. Furthermore, the 1997 Landing is the last chance for The Powers That Be (human governments) to allow their populations to know about extraterrestrial visitation; otherwise, the ETs will not be able to assist humankind in mitigating and surviving the 1998 cataclysm series.

BT says that the U.S. Power Structure is aware of the warnings about the 1998 cataclysm series.

Massive human and planetary destruction is the default course of events; unless we (our governments) invite the ETs to appear openly on Earth, the ETs will not be able to prevent/mitigate the 1998 cataclysm series. The ETs want to be invited in a peaceful way. They are not going to impose themselves on us forcibly.

BT did not go into detail about the nature of the 1998 cataclysm series, except to say that it is composed of events partially of technological origin [Indeed, how do you spell HAARP...? -B:.B:.] and partially of natural causes. When I suggested that the 1998 cataclysm series could include massive seismic events, increased volcanism, global-warming weather extremes and enlarging ozone-hole radiation effects, BT did not dispute that view.

Dr. Jones's opinion is reportedly that the resistance to admitting extraterrestrial visitation is significant in the Developed Countries, but that many in the Aviary worry about tyrants in the third World countries, who would violently resist the threat to the status quo (theirs) presented by open acknowledgment of extraterrestrial presence.

Commander Jones reportedly offered two scenarios of how the aviary would deal with the reported extraterrestrial landing on April 24, 1997:

Scenario One would have a coalition of Insiders (the MJ-12 leadership, the Aviary, and Las Vegas billionaire Robert Bigelow's NIDS Institute) constitute an elite contact group, who would be self-appointed as earth's representatives, and negotiate with the extraterrestrials during the Landing. I strongly protested that such an elitist approach as Scenario One would be repudiated by both humans and the Extraterrestrials.

Scenario Two, according to BT, would be that a "Blue Ribbon Panel" be set up as the Contact Team to negotiate between ETs and humans. I emphasized that such a Blue Ribbon Panel would need to be broadly representative of the peoples of the earth, and should be democratically selected with worldwide membership, such as the United Nations could do. BT sounded diffident that the U.N. would undertake such an effort.

BT said that Dr. Jones passed on the rumor that Christ was an ET, and that the returning ETs might present the Christ Consciousness figure to the christian world. Christians in turn might become so taken with the Returning Christ event, that they ignore taking direction from their governmental leaders, thus leading to social chaos. [We at the Lodge often wonder how such allegedly bright individuals can be so profoundly stupid. -B:.B:.] I pointed out to BT that the original Christ avoided getting involved in the secular government of his day, and advised people to "render unto Caesar what is Caesar's, and to God what is God's"; i.e., acknowledged that government had its place.

BT said that there is a rumor that Bob Bigelow's NIDS Institute has a UFO artifact, and will be bringing that into public view as an attention-getting device, to make the public aware and focus in on the UFO/ET phenomenon. There is the possibility, in my opinion, that such waving around of a piece of a UFO could manipulate people into giving the MJ-12/Aviary/Bigelow NIDS Institute undue power to negotiate with the extraterrestrials on behalf of the rest of us.

Thus far the Aviary "leaks" for now.

And, of course, we dredged up the following seminal study:




Will the Real Scott Jones Please Stand Up?

A profile on the most ubiquitous character in ufology and parapsychology
by Robert J. Durant

The purpose of this monograph is to sing the praises of the Renaissance Man of the Paranormal, Cecil B. Scott Jones, Ph.D.

If your field is ufology, you know Scott as a mover, shaker, organizer and confidante of some of the central figures in UFO research. And if you are a parapsychologist, you recognize the same face from countless symposia, boards of directors, and the like. Ufologists and parapsychologists seldom communicate, and even more rarely do they attend each other's meetings. So it comes as a shock to each group to learn that Scott has a foot so firmly planted in the "other" arena.

His interest in these fields appears to have been triggered by personal experience. Scott describes his UFO sighting, which took place when he was a Navy fighter pilot in the Korean War, thus:

"As I rolled into a split-S to descend to low altitude from around 30,000 feet, I saw a silver disc directly overhead"

("Advanced Aerial Devices Reported During The Korean War", R. F. Haines, LDA Press, Los Altos, CA, 1990, Page 54).

He also had a "parapsychological" experience, which he describes in these vague terms:

"When I retired from the Navy, as a result of something that happened to me, in the Navy, which was parapsychological in nature, I decided that there would be interest and there might be a commercial application, if what I was calling then 'applied psychic phenomena' was understood, and could be used in certain circumstances" (Lecture, Society for Psychical Research, England, 2 November 1990).



Scott's "clout" in ufology can perhaps be illustrated by a brief summary of his activities at the TREAT II conference in January, 1990, at the Blacksburg, Virginia campus of Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University (Virginia Tech).

For you parapsychologists, TREAT stands for Treatment and Research of Experienced Anomalous Trauma. And that is crypto for UFO abduction research.

About 70 investigators, including many research psychologists, clinicians, MDs, physicists and assorted intellectuals who take the abduction phenomenon very seriously met for five days to share ideas. This was by invitation only -- no publicity desired or allowed. Scott chaired a panel, conferred with the university sponsors, acted as liaison with the Prince of Liechtenstein (who was the major benefactor of the conference), and conferred on strategic organizational issues with Walter Andrus, the leader of the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON), and John Schuessler, Andrus' close ufological associate and second-in-command.

TREAT was organized by Rima Laibow, MD, a psychiatrist determined to get mainstream attention for the abduction puzzle. She is the obvious and very visible leader, but Scott is never far.

Laibow is a very energetic person and the center of violent controversy in abduction research circles. Previously a close associate of Budd Hopkins, Laibow is reported to be an abductee. She is also very well connected and has an exceptional "network" extending into Europe and the Soviet Union. If you can get close to Laibow, you are close to the state-of-the-art in abduction research. Scott stays close.

In the fall of 1990, they lectured together in England. As late as the summer of 1991, Jones and Laibow were planning a yachting excursion together with Col. John Alexander (retired from the U.S. Army) to investigate anomalies in the Bahamas.

Similarly, Jones was very familiar with Andrus and Schuessler prior to TREAT, and presumably remains on the closest terms with them. Andrus is retired and devotes all his time to running MUFON. Thus Jones is on the inside with respect to data collected by MUFON. In 1989, MUFON appointed Jones as a Special Consultant in International Relations, formalizing the relationship.

A cynic might ask if Scott's activitles could suggest something other than a very active interest in the UFO mystery. The cynic could point out that he has insinuated himself into the inner sanctums of UFO research, has the ear of policy makers, and is in a position to monitor developments in all critical areas of study. A breakthrough in civilian ufology, such as the unambiguous identification of an alien artifact, would come to his attention almost at once. A policy decision concerning the disposition of the hypothetical artifact would probably not be taken before consulting with Scott.

It is interesting to note that Scott is a cipher to the average UFO researcher or enthusiast. That is, the perhaps three or four thousand people who follow the subject with some diligence over a protracted period of time, can easily recognize the names of probably 50 or so individuals who have made contributions to ufology or are "important" people in the field. But they would be puzzled if asked to identify C.B. Scott Jones.

Scott rarely puts anything on paper, preferring instead to work behind the scenes, keeping in touch via telephone or personal visit. He attends most conferences of note, and goes to great lengths, in the literal geographical sense, to meet not only researchers but important witnesses. He has shown particular interest in spending time with abductees in recent years. But unlike so many others in ufology who rush to the typewriter to broadcast their opinions, Scott keeps his own quiet counsel. Thus, he provides us all with an uplifting example of humility.

In a departure from his usual rule against publishing, Scott presented a paper at the 1991 conference of the Mutual UFO Network. The title was "Government UFO Connections." Those who were advised in advance of the title, and who knew something of Scott's background, thought the paper would contain a spectacular revelation.

In a sense, it did, but more on that later.


Scott Jones has been a fixture at parapsychology symposia ranging from the most august academic gatherings to New Age meetings and those of the human potential movement at least since the mid-1970s, when he organized a parapsychology conference in Casper, Wyoming.

Among the conferences he has attended are those of the Parapsychological Association, the American Society for Psychical Research, the Society for Scientific Exploration, the Southeastern Regional Parapsychological Association, the Association for Research and Enlightenment, the Society for Psychical Research, the International Forum on New Science, and the Archaeus Congress, to name a few.

In 1983, a firm called Kaman Tempo, specializing in "think tank" intelligence analysis for the U.S. Government, organized a seminar on parapsychological applications. The seminar was attended by a number of federal employees. A formal proceedings of the seminar was published, with Jones as editor. In his sparse remarks, Jones made clear his very wide network of federal contacts, and intimated that he was the organizer of the seminar. This was certainly an auspicious start for someone who was just beginning to be noticed by insiders in parapsychology.

Scott has been on the Board of Trustees of the American Society for Psychical Research (ASPR) since 1985, and now serves as its President. The ASPR was founded more than a century ago, and is the oldest organization in the U.S. to publish a refereed scientific journal in parapsychology. Complaints have been aired about his stewardship of the ASPR. These include charges that he is attempting to remove professional researchers from the Board of Trustees, replacing them with individuals who are more pliant to Jones' personal agenda for the organization.

As in the field of ufology, one searches in vain for significant published material from the hand of Scott Jones. It appears that his only contribution to a parapsychological journal is a review of John White's "Psychic Warfare Fact or Fiction?" for the June 1989 issue of the "Journal of Parapsychology."

Biographical Notes

Scott Jones was born in 1928, and lived at least part of his childhood between Gulfport and Biloxi, Mississippi.

He joined the U.S. Navy in about 1946. Following flight training in the Aviation Midshipman Program, he was commissioned in 1950. He was a career officer in the U.S. Navy, serving during the Korean War as a fighter pilot, which included two combat tours in VF-191, flying the F9F-2 Panther from the USS Princeton.

He served in Naval Intelligence for approximately 15 years, including assignments with Carrier Division 14, and as Assistant Naval Attache, New Delhi, India, and Kathmandu, Nepal in the 1960s. He collected intelligence and provided intelligence support throughout Southeast Asia, the Middle East, and North Africa.

Jones has briefed the President's Scientific Advisory Committee, and has testified before House and Senate committees on intelligence matters.

He retired from Naval Intelligence around 1976.

Jones received an A.B. in Government from George Washington University in 1961, an M.A. in Government and Politics from the University of Maryland in 1963, and a Ph.D. in International Studies from American University in 1975, with a dissertation entitled "How The Indian Lok Sabha Handles Defense Matters: An Institutional Study." He taught political science for three years at Casper College, Casper, Wyoming, and the University of Wyoming at Laramie, Wyoming.

He has stated that he worked during the period following his Navy career for "several" companies, including R.F. Cross Associates, Ltd., of Alexandria, Virginia, and Kaman Tempo, "A Division of Kaman Sciences Corporation," in Alexandria, Virginia.

His MUFON biographical sketch states that in his post-Navy career, he "worked in the private sector research and development community involved in the U.S. Government sponsored projects for the Defense Nuclear Agency, Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA), and U.S. Army Intelligence and Security Command" (INSCOM).

In 1985, Scott came in from the cold in a big way. Senator Claiborne Pell of Rhode Island, Chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee and one of the most senior politicians on Capitol Hill, appointed him to a position as Special Assistant. From this very prestigious vantage, Scott continued to do exactly what he had been doing before, which is to say making the rounds of ufological and parapsychological meetings. He was always available, either at the Senate office he used in Washington thanks to the Senator's largesse, or on the road. It is not clear whether Jones ever did ordinary "aide" work. Rather, it seems that he devoted himself entirely to the field of paranormal inquiry.

It is quite an exceptional situation that Jones found, and one that most of us in anomalies research would envy. The taxpayers of Rhode Island seem not to have noticed, and the December 5, 1988, issue of "U.S. News & World Report," which devoted a great deal of space to New Age belief in the halls of Congress, mentioned Pell and his protege Jones, but failed to note that Jones was on the government payroll primarily as a psychic/UFO facilitator.

In March of 1991, there came a parting of the ways, and Scott left the employ of Senator Pell, but not the field of the paranormal. He is now at his new organization, the Human Potential Foundation. With his assistant Menelika McCarthy, Scott continues to do that which he has done so well for the last decade. His foundation is ensconced in the resplendent offices of Sandground Barondess and West, P.C., at what is perhaps the most prestigious address in an area of fine office buidings on the Washington beltway.


Clark Sandground and Claiborne Pell serve on the board of the foundation, which is reportedly funded by Laurance Rockefeller.


Among the organizations with which Scott has been affiliated at one time or another, and of which there is some kind of public record, are these:

  • Center For Applied Anomalous Phenomena - 6435 Shady Lane, Falls Church, VA 22042-2335. Telephone: (703) 534-2423. Scott Jones, Founder. Jones states that his work is supported by the Center.

  • Human Potential Foundation - 8000 Towers Crescent Drive, Suite 600., Vienna VA 22182. Telephone: (703) 761-4281;fax:(703) 761-4249. Scott Jones, President. Established in 1989. Support comes from Claiborne Pell and Laurance Rockefeller.

  • American Society for Psychical Research - 5 West 73rd Street, New York, NY 10023. Telephone: (212) 799-5050. Jones has been on the Board of Trustees since 1985; he now serves as President.

  • Parapsychological Association P.0. Box 12236, Research Triangle Park, NC 27709. Telephone: (919) 688-8241. This is the professional association of parapsychologists. Jones has been an associate member since 1984.

  • Mutual UFO Network (MUFON). 103 Oldtowne Road, Seguin, TX 78155-4099. Telephone: (512) 379-9216. Jones was appointed Consultant in International Relations in 1989.

  • Mid-Point - P.0. Box 246, 128 Main Street, So., Bridgewater, CT 06752. Telephone: (203) 354-5948. This is a small organization whose purpose is to do research with dolphins and apply the findings to other areas of endeavor. Jones serves on the Board of Advisors.

  • R.F. Cross Associates, Ltd. - Alexandria, VA. [Directory assistance now has no listing for that organization]. Jones served as research director.

  • Kaman Tempo - 2560 Huntington Avenue, Suite 500, Alexandria, VA 22303. [Directory assistance now has no listing for this organization, but lists a Kaman Sciences company in Alexandria, VA.]. Jones served as a research scientist.

  • Atlantic University - 67th Street and Atlantic Avenue, P.0. Box 595, Virginia Beach, VA 23451. Telephone: (804) 428-3588. This unaccredited university is affiliated with the Edgar Cayce Foundation. Jones serves on the Board of Directors.

  • Quest Institute - P.0. Box 3265, Charlottesville, VA 22903. Telephone: (804) 295-3377. This institute sponsors educational programs in New Age areas. Jones serves on the Board of Directors.


Few scientists or academicians have the ability to travel the way Scott does.


There is literally no significant conference in ufology or parapsychology in any part of the world that seems beyond the means of Scott Jones to visit. In addition to trips throughout the United States, Jones has gone to China, the U.S.S.R., the U.K., Continental and Eastern Europe, and South America, all in connection with paranormal research.

It would probably be rude to inquire about the source of funds for all this globe trotting (and what Scott's "funders" expect to gain).


Scott's unique position on the staff of one of the ranking members of the U.S. Senate (Claiborne Pell) has been discussed above.


The official connection alone is enough to guarantee easy access to the widest range of government agencies and private organizations at the executive level. Beyond that, Senator Pell's personal network, firmly based on his credentials as an Eastern Establishment aristocrat, was at the disposal of Jones. It is difficult to imagine any door that could not be opened by this awesome combination.

Scott often escorted Prince Hans-Adam of Liechtenstein, a very wealthy European with a long-standing interest in the paranormal. Together, they visited parapsychological laboratories and UFO conferences. According to the "Sunday Times of India" for August 4, 1991, "Hans-Adam controls 97% of the voting rights and 85% of the share capital of the Bank of Liechtenstein, which in turn controls the $3.3 billion GT Management of London. The personality magazine "Special Report" (November 1990-January 1991) described the Prince as "Heir to the last remnant of the Holy Roman Empire."

Recently, in a bizarre turn of events that was reported in several outlets including "Harpers Magazine" (January 1991, page 25), a personal letter from Scott to "Dear Dick" Cheney, the Secretary of Defense, was published. That Jones should be in a position to write a letter to the Secretary and address him as "Dick" is illuminating.

One would suppose that all this "clout" would result in a tangible flow of money into the accounts of laboratories and individuals engaged in paranormal research. Oddly, this does not seem to be the case. In the last three years, two major para-psychological laboratories have closed due to lack of funds. Scott was well familiar with their work and their plight, but was unable to help.

Scott enjoys considerable support, even luxury, in his own pursuit of paranormal inquiry. Yet the ASPR, of which he is president, is widely known to be in dire financial straits. The flow of information and money appears to be to Scott, not from him.


A number of intriguing rumors have been circulated by Scott watchers:

  • That Jones has approached professional parapsychological researchers and questioned them about how best to recruit and utilize psychics for military intelligence gathering.

  • That Jones has visited an enormous number of psychics for "readings."

  • That Jones has taken a number of psychic development courses.

  • That for many years Jones has been involved with classified research on electronic mind control.

In the fall of 1988 a television documentary entitled "UFO Coverup? - Live" was shown throughout the U.S.


The program featured "revelations" from alleged intelligence agents about aliens enjoying the hospitality of the government at an unnamed Air Force base. This program is considered to be a classic instance of UFO disinformation. Rumor has it that, two years prior to this, Jones had approached media representatives about doing a show about UFOs, and that he had offered to provide secret information from the government for the program.

Among some of the New Agers who have been in Scott's company, he has acquired a reputation for having an extraordinary memory. It is said that he can uncannily repeat, word for word, conversations that took place long before. This is done without the benefit of notes or a tape recorder, and is said to occur in instances where witnesses to the conversation thought he wasn't even paying attention.


This gift must have been useful to Scott in his intelligence career.


Jones has conducted his own dolphin telepathy studies along with Colonel John Alexander and Theodore Rockwell, a prominent (Who's Who) nuclear engineer who has worked on naval nuclear propulsion systems and who also serves as vice president of the U.S. Psychotronics Association.

Although Scott has been rather shy when it comes to committing his ideas to paper, he has, on a few occasions, made informal presentations at parapsychology conferences. The most notable of these was his description of his dolphin telepathy experiments, which he describes as "interspecies communication."

The reception from the general audience was warm, but some professionals were appalled by what they perceived as the lack of scientific basis for Scott's claims.

Scott displayed marvelous creativity when he enthusiastically urged that dolphins be channeled in order to locate the remains of crashed flying saucers. In one bold stroke he thereupon melded the previously disparate disciplines of ufology and parapsychology.

'Government UFO Connections'

This is the title of the paper delivered by Scott Jones to the seven hundred ufologists assembled at the 1991 MUFON symposium in Chicago.


It should also, perhaps, be the sign on the various doors of Scott Jones' various offices during the past ten years. Just a bit more paint would tell the whole story: "Government UFO/Psi Connections - Walk In."

The MUFON paper trudges through Poly Sci 101, outlining the tensions that exist between the legislative and the executive branches of our government. We read every word, waiting for the bombshell. Scott goes to China, with full Senate portfolio, and asks about UFO reports. Somehow, the Chinese think he is there to share information!

As Jones tells the story in his 1991 Omega Conference speech,

"They could not believe that someone who was truly a Special Assistant to a very senior U.S. Senator would ask for an appointment to talk about UFOs and then pretend not to know what his government was doing in the field."

When it becomes obvious that Scott is not forthcoming about what the U.S. Government knows about UFOs, the Chinese respond in kind and give him pieces of metal that, they assert (in veiled Oriental fashion), may, or may not, come from a crashed disc.

Next, Scott walks us through a detailed metallurgical analysis that proves the metal to be the entirely terrestrial debris from an electrical power transmission tower. Perhaps Scott's presentation could be construed as a subtle advertisement for his access to high-tech analysis capabilities (Message: contact Scott at once if you have suspected alien material for analysis).

Worried, but still anticipating, we come to the bottom line: Scott has to confess to ufologists, Chinese, American or whatever, that he "...honestly did not know of any activity of the U.S. Government" in the field of UFOs (page 176).

This statement should be received with amusement by ufologists.

Two credible books have been written about the massive documentation that has been uncovered, through the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) and other sources, detailing covert federal interest in UFO reports and the activities of UFO researchers and organizations ("Clear Intent", Fawcett & Greenwood, Prentice-Hall, 1984, and "Revelations", Jacques Vallee, Ballantine, 1991).

There is overwhelming evidence that personnel from the Air Force Office of Special Investigations (AFOSI), a counter-intelligence organization, have for years been involved in disinformation activities in the UFO field.