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was a social science research project started by the United States Army
in 1964 to assess the causes of violent social rebellion and to
identify actions a government could take to prevent its own overthrow.
The first test case for the project was to be in Chile. It stalled out
before it could really get started thanks to a brave sociologist and whistle blower by
the name of Johan
Galtung, who worked hard to alert Chilean and U. S. social
scientists to the projects true nature. Project Camelot got canceled
the following year by the Department of Defense under increasing
criticism for attempting to subvert social research.
Fast forward almost half a century and you'll find a new Project Camelot
founded by Kerry
Cassidy and Bill Ryan on the Utopian idea of the Round Table. This
modern day Project Camelot is all about getting the truth out by providing a safe
place for researchers and whistle blowers to tell their story in a
format that is eye catching and entertaining in a non-trivial way.
I've only just discovered the work of Bill and Kerry this past year,
but already owe them a debt of gratitude for bringing to light
characters and stories I've never heard of. They form a powerful team
which emits an even more powerful passion for finding the truth behind
such esoteric subjects as extraterrestrial visitation, time travel,
mind control, and classified advanced technologies. A great place to
begin experiencing the Camelot Effect would be the Ralph Ring interview.
Ralph is a brilliant innovative technician who worked closely with Otis
T. Carr, who was himself a protege of the great inventor Nikola Tesla.
This is a fascinating interview being given away for free by Kerry and
Bill, which should provide an insight behind the motivations of Project
Camelot. They fund the program out of their own pockets and donations,
so if you'd like to see more high quality interviews like Ralph's then
maybe you might consider donating to what I see as a worthy cause.