Sch: I really couldn't comment further on him, I wouldn't want to compromise his position.
Vic: I see ! Well, I hope that, you know...that the mission will be accomplished and that, you know, after all this time. Has there been any good witness.. ?
Sch: We have no doubt of success.
Vic: Well I'm delighted to hear that. Now, about the payment. How do we claim for the expenses, etc., you know, how do we go about this usually? I mean, how do you go about that?
Sch: Well, that will be arranged and explained to you if, if, if...[mumble, mumble]
Vic: Is it on a monthly basis?
Sch: If you are found to be a suitable candidate -- it's extremely generous, don't worry about that.
Vic: OK. You know there is a great deal of travelling backward and forward, you know, as you are involved in this...
Sch: You will be expected to travel internationally.
Vic: Oh, what .... that's fascinating, that is absolutely fascinating. What sort of data, you know, they would be expecting from my side to be gathered, to be collected for the cause? Sch: It would be not only gathering data but also taking active measures, possibly conducting disinformation campaigns and other measures.
Vlc: In order to safeguard the initial whatever it is, isn't it, the ultimate goal.
Sch: Yes. it's extremely complex, I mean I think you were... you touched upon it briefly last night when you mentioned the weapon...
Vic: I was very much impressed.....
Sch: The weapons systems, I mean there's the element of the weapons testing and there's the second element of the, eh, attempt to use the phenomenon of the circles to discredit the New Age movement and other such movements.
Vic: Ahhhh ! I see.
Sch: It's extremely complex and much more will be explained to you if it's appropriate at a further time.
Vic: Of course, of course..... Sch: Don't worry about payment, I mean, it's very generous.....
Vic: No, that's not my worry......
Sch: It's extremely strenuous work and...the organization realizes that, um, you know, sometimes people become burned out after a few years but usually they've made enough money that they are able to retire - you know, after a few years anyway.... it's very generous.
VIC: That's fascinating...and the gentleman, or the person rather, who would be meeting me should my you know, whatever become serious, would he be, or would she be, an American or would she be English or different... you know?
Sch: I'm not sure yet which organization, I mean, that's not my decision - which person in the organization, I mean, that's not my decision. It could be someone from almost.
Vic: But, but, I mean what is the organization that I would be dealing with?
Sch: Well, I think that will all be explained to you.
Vic: Oh, I see. When, if and when, I'm taken in.
Vic: How about Colin Andrews' group - do you have any section with a remit in Colin Andrews' group or not?
Sch: We have, eh...we have people in every group.
Vic: Fascinating, fascinating, that's absolutely, you know, it's interesting to hear. As I said earlier, the machinery is already into the post so the best thing is I wait to hear further from you.
Sch: Yes, OK, good
Vic: OK. Thank you very much indeed for your time again.
Sch: God bless.
Vic: God bless you too. Bye bye.
The following summary of "Confession Of A Crop Circle Spy" by James Schnabel is very brief as the original document in the November 1992 Mufon UFO Journal is five pages long. Dennis Stacy, the Journal's Editor, begins the article with a half page introduction. Stacy's comments center around the thought process regarding both UFO's and crop circles and how they are perceived and possible related. Also, he notes the lessons to be learned when hoaxing, fear of government agents and conspiracies and, as this article painfully illuminates, a wide spread paranoia begins to grip all those individuals who are intimately, and publicly, involved with both phenomena.
End of part 6
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