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Published on Aug 21, 2015
"Re-reading the Hale Experiments: Object-Oriented Ventriloquy in the Cold War"
The general problem of deriving information (intelligence, actionable data, orienting indices) from “objects” has long preoccupied scientists, philosophers, and members of the clandestine services. There are now reasons to believe that individuals apparently associated with the CIA may well have embarked in the early 1960s on a notably non-traditional program of interrogatory investigations into the secret life of brute matter. Were these experiments conducted in association with associates of the Order of the Third Bird? It seems likely. Further work is needed, but on the evening of March 13, members of the Editorial Committee of ESTAR(SER) will provide a preliminary research report.
ESTAR(SER): The Esthetical Society for Transcendental and Applied Realization (now incorporating the Society of Esthetic Realizers) is an established body of private, independent scholars who work collectively to recover, scrutinize, and (where relevant) draw attention to the historicity of the Order of the Third Bird.