Obergon Chronicles & Voice to Skull Technology
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Researcher Rayelan Allan discussed her unusual and personal experiences in such areas as covert government programs, mind control, and secret societies like Knights Templar. At one point in her life she began to hear voices, and initially thought she had been chosen to receive New Age-style channeled messages. Later, she found out from her husband, a Naval Officer in the CIA, that what she was actually hearing was "voice to skull" technology, developed as part of the government's electronic warfare program. For more on this kind of mind control, see the article Operation Open Eyes.
Allan discussed her marriage to Gunther Russbacher, the October Surprise Pilot, who she said became a political prisoner. During a trip to Austria, he revealed to her that he was one of the Knights Templar, along with details about the treasures the Templars recovered from King Solomon's Temple. It turns out that material from some of the recovered ancient manuscripts had been transmitted to her via the voice to skull technology, she said.
Allan writes about her trip to Mars in her book The Obergon Chronicles. She claimed she was taken there by Russbacher's Naval boss aboard a circular metallic craft, along with eleven other women. She described seeing the "crystal people" at Martian ruins, and an underground facility that contained a portal to Earth.
Rayelan Allan is a researcher, writer and teacher of esoteric mysteries who has a family background which includes covert government ties. Her first husband was a nuclear physicist who created the Electronic Warfare program for the United States Navy. Rayelan had been part of a Navy research project on stress but had no idea that the US government considers the families of military and government personnel as government property to be used in their experiments and as unwitting pawns in their spy games. She is the publisher of Rumor Mill News, one of the oldest and most popular web-based alternative news sites.