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Graduate: National Radio Institute 1950 plus a number of individual courses
Work: Title Senior Electronic Technician and part time photographer
AVCO: Senior Tech. Calibration and repair of instruments. In charge of on site calibration.(3 years)
OmniMedia (2 years) System specialist closed circuit TV also head of photography (Company went out of business)
Lowell Technological Institute: Professional Technician responsible for the sophmore lab in electrical engineering (5 years). Lowell Technological Institute becomes University of Lowell and then becomes University of Massachusetts (Lowell)
Retired from the University 1994
Former member: Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers
I was into EVP before I met George meek. Met George through his announcement in the National Inquirer (newspaper). After reading sent him a letter on University letter head. He and his lovely wife paid me a visit at the University. He asked me to write a proposal for a grant, which I did and he granted it. It was the beginning of a long and interesting affair. Through George I met a lot of interesting people like Ernst Senkowski, Hans Heckmann and I worked together. He at his place and I at my home. My home has been visited by many people when the lab was running. One day George came with a man in a Limousine. This man who was with George turned out to be the husband of Roberta Pew Bandy (Owner of Sun Oil Corp). John Bandy. I have a picture of John shaking hands with President Regan. That is pritty high up on the ladder. George knew and associated with a lot of important people in this world. When John died the important funding dried up.
[Editor’s note: George Meek’s Spiricom device succeeded in providing 20 hours of historic, unprecedented dialog between Heaven and Earth between 1979 and 1982 (search on this website for “Spiricom”). George announced the Spiricom results to the world at the National Press Club in Washington DC, Easter morning of 1982. After the remarkable success of Spiricom, Meek and his Metascience team embarked on a new project that they hoped would take ITC to the next level - - open communication channels with the highest spiritual realms. George called the effort Project St. Peter, and although few people have ever heard of it, the project deserves attention because of the high level of technology developed to penetrate the spirit worlds - - technology that has not been approached even today, 17 years later, to the best of my knowledge. ITC pioneer Erl Babcock was one of the key figures in that project, compiling detailed notes along with dozens of illustrations and photos into 26 journals during the late 1980s. Erl sent me some of the images and notes, along with several letters describing the project. The team’s research and development involved high-power lasers, Tesla coils, a large parabolic dish, and various other high-tech apparatuses. The notes and pictures from the project made it clear to me that there was a sense of adventure and enthusiasm they all shared beginning with the success of Spiricom in the early 1980s and lasting until the new project ended a decade later. Erl has woven that information into the following report, which I have edited. - - Mark Macy]
In the late 1980s Project St. Peter, the next step beyond Spiricom, was a multi-faceted effort launched by Metascience president George W. Meek to access the higher realms of spirit through such efforts as:
Overview: The Rise and Fall of Project St. Peter
We started out in my basement. I provided several pieces of equipment to the project as well as most of the optics. Lots of additional equipment was purchased with the help of outside funding. After three years, George decided that we needed more room, so the project was moved, first to George’s home in North Carolina, then to a mountaintop in Wyoming. After the project left my basement, I remained involved as a consultant, and much of my personal equipment was now being moved around the country. At home I continued to work on a few ideas that didn’t require the lab.
The source of funds, a man who strongly supported our efforts, died in the late 1980s, and his family refused additional support. Even I got a letter from their lawyers announcing the end of funding. To carry the project that far and then to have it fall through the cracks must have hurt George to the bone. A few years later his wife Jeannette died, and others left him. I remained a close friend, a telephone call away, until the end. A year before George’s death in 1999, the project had been scrapped, and most of the equipment was being stored in a warehouse in northern New Hampshire. It took me several trips to retrieve the devices and supplies that I had lent to the project in the beginning.
George Meek was truly a great man. He might have made some mistakes in judgment at times and lost some good people, but his ITC achievements were amazing. From the beginning of the Project, George began to employ a series of psychics to help him resume building an ITC bridge. The first was Lucille McNames, with whom I still have contact. Today Lucille is 96 years old and lives in Colorado. She’s still as sharp as a tack when I talk to her on the phone or receive one of her letters. George probably should never have let her go.
George's second psychic showed up at his door one day claiming to be sent by spirit. She was married with one child, a boy. I have photographs of the family. Everything went fine for some months, as reams of information poured through the channel from the other side. Then one day George decided to do a little checking. The psychic was channeling information supposedly that came from certain famous people, and George knew a lot of important and famous people, some of whom had known some of those departed personalities during lifetime. George asked his acquaintances if the channeled messages really represented the minds, thoughts, and personalities of their loved ones on the other side. To George’s dismay, every reply came back negative, prompting George to do further investigation of other transmissions from that psychic. She left the Project shortly before the funding ran out. Eventually George came to the conclusion that all the material that had been channeled and written by this psychic - - and there were boxes and boxes of papers - - all had to be thrown out. Another blow to poor George. That was the end of the entire project, Project St. Peter.
The Good Years
But let’s go back to the early years when there was a lot of excitement about the leading-edge technologies that we developed in my basement from 1985 to 1987. Probably the best way to give you a flavor of the project is with a photo journey.
Laser Communication System
The following photographs are of the laser system as of 1985 March 23. Refer to the diagram below (Scan0008) for a schematic of the layout.
Click on the images to enlarge them
A little explanation about the big dish. When it was completed (it never was completed here in my basement) you were supposed to be able to put a sheet of paper inside the large loop that stood out front. The paper would have your question on it and it would disappear into another dimension. Some time later it was supposed to come back with the answer.
Other Equipment Used in the Project
We also produced a number of interesting images using video feedback techniques. A number of these have been published around the world. A couple of them were published by Dr. Ernst Senkowski in Germany. When I had my TV studio at work I would use it to experiment when I had free time. I had a good contact with the head of the electrical engineering department, who was also head of the optics lab, and I got permission to use the lab anytime I wanted. Had a lot of fun with lasers.
Finally, about the “Golden Phone.” It was the audio portion of the project - - designed as a special FM receiver with a warble board. It never reached maturity.
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