Bin Laden and Al-Qaeda—
Their Thoughts Betray Them
As indicated in the recently released "Smoking Gun Video," Osama bin Laden's Al-Qaeda organization relies heavily on Islamic mysticism for guidance, with specific emphasis on the dreams of their
members. The good news about this is that, by using a similar strategy, we may be able to exploit this belief to assist in our own defense against terrorism.
Al-Qaeda's Dreams And Bin Laden's Warning
In the second half of the videotaped interview, the beginning of the tape, bin Laden and his guests began discussing dreams that had been reported by
a few Al-Qaeda members. The dreams, which occurred up to a year prior to the September 11 attacks, have been described by bin Laden, himself, as precognitive dreams or omens.
December 13, 2001
CNN.com - Transcript of Osama bin Laden Videotape December 13, 2001
Second segment of Bin Laden's visit, shows up at the front of the tape
UBL: ...told me not to record anything
(...inaudible...) so I thought that was a good omen, and Allah will bless us (...inaudible...). Abu-Al-Hasan Al-((Masri))...told me a year ago: "I saw in a dream,
we were playing a soccer game against the Americans. When our team showed up in the field, they were all pilots!" He said: "So I wondered if that was a soccer
game or a pilot game? Our players were pilots." He (Abu-Al-Hasan) didn't know anything about the operation until he heard it on the radio. He said the game went
on and we defeated them. That was a good omen for us...
Unidentified Man Off Camera: Abd Al Rahman Al-(Ghamri) said he saw a vision, before the operation, a plane
crashed into a tall building. He knew nothing about it...
Shaykh (Referring to dreams and visions): ...One [person] told me, "I saw a vision, I was in a huge
plane, long and wide. I was carrying it on my shoulders and I walked from the road to the desert for half a kilometer. I was dragging the plane..." Another person
told me that last year he saw, but I didn't understand and I told him I don't understand. He said, "I saw people who left for jihad...and they found themselves
in New York...in Washington and New York." I said, "What is this?" He told me the plane hit the building. That was last year. We haven't thought much about it.
But, when the incidents happened he came to me and said, "Did you see...this is strange." I have another man...my god...he said and swore by Allah that his wife
had seen the incident a week earlier. She saw the plane crashing into a building...that was unbelievable, my god...
(Someone in the crowd asks UBL to tell the Shaykh about
the dream of ((Abu-Da'ud)).
UBL: ...He...told me that he saw, in a dream, a tall building in America, and in the same dream he saw
Mukhtar teaching them how to play karate. At that point, I was worried that maybe the secret would be revealed if everyone starts seeing it in their dream. So I closed the subject. I told him if he sees another
dream, not to tell anybody, because people will be upset with him...
Note the last three sentences in the excerpt. Bin Laden recognized that members of his group were sharing this dream whether they consciously
knew of the 9/11 attacks ahead of time or not. He also realized that it was possible for others outside of Al-Qaeda to sense these shared dreams and
visions and warn others. Therefore, he closed the subject, forbidding Al-Qaeda members from telling their dreams even to other members until
after the attacks. Why was secrecy regarding those dreams so important to bin Laden?
Osama bin Laden answered this question himself in the above excerpt, twice saying that he saw the dreams as "good omens." According to most
fundamentalist beliefs, an omen is a divine message -- a prophecy. Generally, fundamentalists closely follow what can be called in secular terms, metaphysics, but their understanding of the term is limited to the
teachings of their belief systems. Bin Laden, as an Islamic fundamentalist, would have seen these dreams as guidance and confirmation from Allah
that the dreams were within his "perfect" will and, therefore, must be carried out to the letter. Furthermore, those who were to execute this "perfect" will
would be handsomely rewarded in the afterlife.
Bin Laden would have also recognized the danger in allowing such "privileged information" to get into the wrong hands at the wrong time. What
is the best way to exploit such a limited view and use it to defend ourselves from further assault by Al-Qaeda and other terrorist groups? Simply put, the answer is to fight fire with fire.
Metaphysics As Self-Defense
The Western United States is prone to dangerous wildfires. Once such a fire gets out of control, sometimes the only way to stop the conflagration is to
set backfires downwind of the original blaze and hope that the backfires consume enough fuel to halt the oncoming blaze in its tracks. How can this example be used in the face of planned terror assaults?
Remote Viewing -- Clairvoyance By Another Name
Some readers may be familiar with the term, "Spiritual Warfare." This is a technique by which people use paranormal forces -- what some call "Spirit"
-- to prevent the occurrence of something that they see as "evil." Surely, terrorism falls into the category of "evil," so by practicing "Spiritual Warfare"
correctly, using, for instance a technique called "Remove Viewing and Remote Psychotherapy," we will be able to defend ourselves from
terrorism. It must be used correctly, however, or the practitioner risks a possibly dangerous backlash. The links below show how the technique was originally horribly mismanaged by our own government.
Government Metaphysical Studies
In the 1970's, the CIA adopted the use of "Remote Viewing" in an effort to counter the intensive psychic experimentation reportedly being conducted by the USSR in the 1960's.
Remote Viewing History
Though remote viewing traces its roots years into the
past, its immediate history dates from a number of pioneering experiments performed under the auspices of the American Society for Psychical by New York artist and psychical researcher
Ingo Swann. With the remarkable successes enjoyed at the ASPR, Swann teamed up with Dr. Hal Puthoff at SRI-International's Radio
Physics Laboratory in Menlo Park, California. Working together, Puthoff and Swann—and soon a number of others—conducted a series of ever-more sophisticated experiments, developing the approach that they
ultimately dubbed "remote viewing.
The successes they enjoyed soon attracted the attention of the Central Intelligence Agency. It was an era
during which disturbing revelations from behind the Iron Curtain indicated that the Soviets were not only heavily financing experiments in various psychic phenomena, but that they were experiencing considerable
success with their research program. The CIA needed to know if there really was anything to the sorts of things the Soviets were researching with such enthusiasm. If there was, it could pose a significant
threat to national security. It might also be useful to our own defense establishment.
However, the CIA made some crucial errors in their administration of this program. First, they began using the technique without acknowledging the
need for psychic/spiritual protection for its practitioners. This is much like placing an unarmed, unprotected person into a combat zone. Protection, such as that taught by
www.viking-z.org, below, not only guards the practitioner, but has a mirroring effect on the target entity. Any evil intent
expressed by that entity will reflect back upon it while the practitioner expresses no malice at all.
Additionally, our government was trying to use remote viewing as an offensive weapon by having the practitioner(s) locate the enemy target, then
suggest that the target physically harm him- or herself. The problem with an order such as this becomes understandable when one remembers that
"Spiritual Warfare" is just that -- "spiritual." Harming the human host has little effect on the parasitic spiritual entity.
Viking Remote Viewing, Psychic Self-Defence, Extra Terrestrials and UFOs.
The CIA invented the Remote Viewing Protocol in the
1970s for the psychic viewing of Russian activities, but they broke a basic rule of war. On inventing a new weapon, one should next invent the counter weapon, which they did not do. The counter weapon is Remote
Psychotherapy, which coupled with Remote Viewing makes a formidable combination. It is also very good for one's Karma, and winds up the ungodly no end. Some people get the same results as remote viewers by
dowsing, intuition and other methods, so there is considerable overlap.
Viking Remote Viewing. Remote viewing is a new name for
an old ability. Remote viewing is the ability of a person to project their conscious observation to a distant location to see or sense what is there. Distance is no object as even the stars are within
reach. It was rediscovered and used by the Russians in the 1960s. The Americans rediscovered it around 1970. Now every other intelligence agency is using it to flesh out data from other sources. Remote viewing
violates all the moral codes of science and religion. The occult and black magic are now obsolete, and both are past their sell by date. Remote viewing can be classified as either psychokinetics or a secular path
to enlightenment or both.
By learning and using the techniques of Remote Viewing, a.k.a. "Spiritual Warfare," the most useful way, instead of trying to get the enemy to destroy
himself, we can help defend ourselves against terror.
Those of us who are given precognitive dreams and visions have the authority, if their responsibility level (power level) is higher than that of the
enemy, to stop that enemy in his tracks. They will, with a little practice, be able to use Remote Viewing and Remote Psychotherapy to turn the evil
intent of the spirit controlling that enemy back toward itself. Those who operate at lower responsibility levels can still locate the offending spirit and
learn to listen in on the enemy's plans, dreams and visions.
Our Own Dreams and Visions
Whether we remember our dreams or not, everyone dreams. We need not be Islamic, or even religious, to experience meaningful dreams. Those who
have worked to develop their ability to remember and understand their dreams may, with a bit of practice, be able to provide a service that could
quickly become vital to our individual self-defense. Of course, the effectiveness of that service does depend on our ability to pay attention and
understand the dreamer's message as well as the dreamer's ability to deliver it.
We initially need to realize that our dreams have power -- power that we can learn to use, even to save lives! How can we realize and increase that power?
First, the dreamer needs to consider his or her state of mind before retiring. If he or she is calm and focused, the chances of remembering any particular
dream are better than during times of stress. The dreamer may choose to relieve stress by reading a good book or listening to relaxing music before
going to bed. Once in bed, ask whatever question is on your mind and focus on that question until you drop off to sleep. While there is no guarantee that
you will receive or recognize your answer the first time you try, the likelihood of receiving the requested answer increases with each attempt.
Next, during the dream, be sure to realize that you are dreaming. Try to recall the request you made just before dropping off to sleep. Once you have
done that, it will be possible to take control over the dream, even to awaken yourself from it if you find it too frightening to bear. Otherwise, when in
control of the dream, dreaming lucidly, you will be able to watch the action closely or even take part in it. Be sure to notice everything possible about
the dream, including emotions, physical sensations, background scenery and events. Try to determine how the dream relates to the question on your
mind while you're still dreaming. It will be more difficult when you awaken.
Immediately upon awakening, record your dream either by entering it into a written journal or onto a cassette tape. Record every memory thoroughly,
including every detail. Your journal entry must paint a word picture of your dream, so be as descriptive as possible.
Messages from Dream State, Lucid Dreams
Lucid Dreams: You realize that you are dreaming and can alter the events in the dream.
Many people have precognitive dreams -- dreams that provide a glimpse into a future timeline, such as the dreams of the Al-Qaeda members. The
practice of lucid dreaming is a necessary tool for determining if a dream is precognitive.
Messages from Dream State, Lucid Dreams
Precognitive Dreams: You dream about events that manifest in the future.
By following this procedure, you will increase your chances of remembering your dreams, but if you feel that your dream is precognitive, you have a further responsibility.