Tuesday, April 3, 2018

Kit Green - advancing the work of Dr Richard Charles Niemtzow

Dear readers,

In the previous post last week, I updated my knowledge of the UFO work of US researcher Christopher 'Kit' Canfield Green, between 1979 and 2005.

A more recent Green project

One of the more recent research projects I found Green to be engaged in, was a study related to the forensic investigation and diagnosis of individuals injured by anomalous events. 

I located additional information, dated 7 Jan 2018 on  the Above Top Secret website, which read:

This project involved compiling a structured database of individuals that were suffering enigmatic injuries, burns, skin lesions, cancer and diseases. The most significant factor being that all these people had also had 'face to face' encounters with UFO/UAPs. The analyses of which took some two years. It revealed some very interesting data. Although due to patient confidentiality a lot of it remains outside the public domain.

Many of Green's one hundred plus patients were military personnel or from aerospace industries. Their own search for treatment had been exhausted with little or no positive results from regular doctors. Dr Green worked on diagnosis from virtually nothing. He based his hypothesis on patients being exposed to some form of black ops technology such as Non-Lethal Weaponry, Holograms, Cloaking technology and drones. Brain scans, blood, DNA and endocrine tests were made.

However, one highly disturbing finding mentioned by Dr Green is that:
"Twenty five percent of my patients die within five to seven years of my diagnosis, and I have no idea of how any programs I knew about years ago can do these things. " (Source: Kit Green via the book 'Phenomenon' by Annie Jacobsen.)

Green later teamed up with Dr Garry Nolan a specialist in genetics, immunology and bioinformatics. Nolan agreed with Green. He thought patients had been exposed to an electromagnetic field leading to inflammation and other bio markers. 

These showed up in MRI, tissue and blood scans. Something medical technology had not previously been able to pinpoint. So called 'Experiencers of anomalous phenomena' often show certain biomarkers and DNA changes.

Dr Green has, in recent years, worked with Rendlesham Forest UFO witness John Burroughs. The results of which were successful treatment for heart damage and, after years of dispute, the Veterans' Association (VA) finally agreed to pay the treatment.

Interestingly John Burroughs claims he has a document proving that a weapon was developed off the back of what he encountered in Redlesham Forest. Although to date he has not released that publicly. While the reasons for treating these people are perfectly altruistic the data gleaned could also be vitally important to certain interested parties.


John Burroughs

I located an earlier post from this blog about Burroughs' records, referenced from a 2014 book co-authored by Burroughs. 

I then looked for further information about Green and Burroughs and found another Above Top Secret website thread, where Green had posted about this, dated 13 March 2015. 

"This is a reply to the entire thread...and will only address two issues that are common throughout many comments on this thread.

They are: Q#1...How can it be true that medical records such as John Burroughs could have been classified...Is this true? Is it sensible? What are the reasons? And, Q#2...what caused his injuries (and several others present over the encounter) with the odd Air Form that emitted the Broad Band NIEMR?

It is true, his records...about a thousand pages, and to this day, still many hundreds are in fact legally classified. In my 46 year career as a Medical Officer  and physician with the CIA [including as Staff officer Chief of Medical intelligence/Life Sciences Division, and Assistant National Intelligence Officer for Science and Technology] had, until a year or so ago...only seen  a handful of truly 'classified' medical records; those of Adolf Hitler, John Kennedy's autopsy and recently ...John Burroughs.

The reasons were different. When I was denied these records after many requests ( even thought I had held TS/SCI clearances for almost 50 years), I was able to quickly determine that the reasons were quite simple...medical records are usually not digital and are easily sequestered in multiple locations...and almost impossible to find (these were and remain except for recent years in hand copy, scanned and separated from FOIA access...and even mine.)

The reasons (I was told by current DOD and VA records staff that:inside the doctors' notes, the nursing notes, the specialists' notes are a myriad of references to Special Access Projects and the names of OTHER adjacent and ancillary programs and projects that cannot be disentangled, and which could uncover active and recent projects unrelated to Rendlesham. The reasons are not necessarily related to Rendlesham...and not all the connections relate to Rendlesham.

This makes some sense operationally, but no sense ethically...John was hurt, he needed care, then, often, and now. He had injuries we now understand are related to narrow RF bandwidth that only in some cases in the past five years have become linked to the specific etiology of cardiac and other injury he suffered. There are likely other persons and other injuries. 

So, Q#1...Yes, his records were classified. Some remain classified. The reasons are not entirely ethical. Thank god that a couple of senators had the guts to push, and push to 'disentangle' that which was legitimately classified from those records that were needed to make the right decision about injury sustained while on Active Duty... Period. It is/was true. It is sensible. It is not entirely the stuff to make us physicians very proud.

Q#2. Broad-band Non Ionizing Electromagnetic radiation caused the injuries. The RF is identified in a dozen classified and a half-dozen unclassified studies on cardiology and neurological injuries...not thousands of reports

Very few physicians even care about this arcane area of research...and fewer know about the injuries sustained from near-field (<100m) to humans. The data is sparse, it is not properly peer-reviewed, it is not understood, it is not the subject of current research. And that is the truth.

The decision that was made to grant medical disability to John was just. Some of the records will remain classified. Those of us in Military and Intelligence Medicine can be proud the right decision was finally, if belatedly made; we should remain both vigilant and ashamed that our profession remains improperly darkened, and we should bring it to the light where we can."

Broad-band NIER

What is broad-band non ionizing electromagnetic radiation.

"Ionizing radiation is radiation composed of particles that individually carry enough kinetic energy to liberate an electron from an atom or molecule, ionizing it. These include cosmic rays, gamma rays, x-rays and can be produced from radioisotopes, x-ray tubes and particle accelerators.

Exposure to ionizing radiation causes damage to living tissue, and can result in mutation, radiation sickness, cancer or death.

Non-ionizing radiation refers to any type of electromagnetic radiation that does not carry enough energy per quantum to ionize atoms or molecules.

These include thermal radiation, radio waves, microwaves, infra-red, visible light and ultra violet light.

Health risks: Non ionizing radiation can produce non-mutagenic effects such as inciting thermal energy in biological tissue that can lead to burns... While the long term effects of high levels of non-ionising electromagnetic exposure are not well known, the diagram above shows that unless you were to stand directly in front of the roof mounted antenna, there would be little to no detectable radiation exposure."

Links to AATIP

In the New York Times article dated 17 December 2017, concerning the Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program (AATIP), referring to Bigelow's part in the program, occurred the statement:

"Researchers also studied people who said they had experienced physical effects from encounters with the objects and examined them for any physiological changes."

On the Above Top Secret thread titled "Bigelow, UFOs, MUFON and 'Delonge' road to AATIP" dated January 2018, user 'mirageman' writes:

"UFO Experiencers studies

We have been told researchers studied people who were UAP 'experiencers' for physiological changes.

"...Researchers also studied people who said they had experienced physical effects from encounters with the objects and examined them for any physiological changes..."

I think we can guess who was involved in the studies of these experiencers."

Is the January 2018 ATS thread referring to Green when it says "I think we can guess who was involved in the studies of these experiencers?"

Back to the Burroughs case

For further reading take a look here which states that "Burroughs was granted full medical disability. However, they say his medical records still remain classified.' Burroughs heart issue is stated to have been 'a badly shredded anterior mitral valve."

In his own statement Burroughs asserts that he received "a settlement from the DOD and VA admitting I was injured in the line of duty in December of 1980."

However, he does not provide any actual copies of the VA's determination letters where we can plainly see for ourselves the connection between the events of the 1980 UK encounter at Rendlesham, and Burrough's heart problem. 

Burroughs did locate the following statement in Annex F, page 4, volume 2 of "Unidentified Aerial Phenomena in the UK Air Defence Region" published December 2000 by the UK MOD.

"The well-reported Rendlesham Forest/Bentwaters event is an example where it might be postulated that several observers were probably exposed to UAP radiaition for longer than normal UAP sighting periods."

The previous words to the above were 'The linking of brain activity to UAP events, where the witness is presumably within the near field influences, is currently only partially understood, since assumptions must be made (in the absence of real values) as to the types of field being encountered. Within the UKADR these close encounters occur very few times a year.'

Dr Richard Charles Niemtzow

This project of Green's is awfully reminiscent of much earlier work undertaken by US researcher Richard Niemtzow. Between 1981 and 1991 Niemtzow ran 'Project UFOMD.' This was a network of doctors intensively studying UFO related injury cases.

Niemtzow published a widely reported appeal for such cases, in the UFO literature of the time, and spoke of looking at radiation caused UFO injuries.

Niemtzow studied the Cash-Landrum incident; six other cases from Texas; and the Dr 'X' case in France. The specific area of interest to both Niemtzow and shadowy French researchers was in the use of microwave radiation.

For a comprehensive article about the work undertaken by Niemtzow, published in October 2016 on this blog, click here.  

Annie Jacobsen

I am off to find a copy of "Phenomena" by Annie Jacobsen. I suspect that the paraphrasing of her work in the Above Top Secret thread, might not tell the whole story from her book. 

4 comments:

  1. Hello Pauline,

    I am very excited to find your blog here because I came here looking to research Kit Green and Garry Nolan about their project to find the “paranormal gene.”

    While you are waiting to procure Annie’s book, I would recommend you listen to Annie being interviewed by Linda Moulton Howe and John Burroughs. You can also read the entire transcript of the interview here, which is the first of 3 parts.
    http://archive.is/xjnd8


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    1. Hi Tom,

      Thank you for your comments. The transcript is very good. I have also listened to some Youtube videos featuring Annie Jacobsen, talking about her book 'Phenomena.'

      I am fascinated by the work of both Kit Green and Hal Puthoff.

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  2. While full of fascinating info you really need to weigh this up with the dissenting reviews such as the Journal of Scientific Exploration reviews via McMoneagle & Marwaha. Also I recollect that Jacques Vallee, if I recollect correctly had some issues with the book. Also while its fascinating to learn of Kit Green & Gary Nolan's work on experiencers etc one needs to weigh up the ability to critically examine this work. Issues seem to be arising on Gary's Atacama paper and I'm not referring to the ethical issues raised by NYT 's take re Chilean government and Greer's rants. It seems some qualified parties are looking at the science in the paper. Kit Green contacted me via email years after my book Hair of Alien came out. Not wanting to go down the "rabbit hole" without the ability to get a critical dialogue going I simply referred him to Amazon. I'm just getting tired of trying to unravel stuff in which the central players are just laying out breadcrumbs. A bit more transparency and open documentation would help progress in this UFO game rather than more "UFO theatre". Still I'm not ruling out that Green, Nolan, Kelleher, DeLonge, Puthoff, Bigelow et al are on to something, its simply the lack of transparency and open sharing of data I have a real problem with. Good luck

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    1. Thank you Bill for your valued comments above. In my next blog post about Green I will provide the complete text of Jacobsen's book's pages re Green, Nolan and UAP. I will also be adding my own comments as to the sorts of questions this documentation raises in my mind.

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