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Chapter 11


Jumping ahead just a bit, after Ark had left to go back to Poland, I had the idea that names might lead to some sort of understanding about people in a "subliminal" way, or might show some relationship to the hyperdimensional reality. Just to see if anything synchronous would turn up, I decided to search for the word "brana" on the internet. I came across a lot of strange things, the most interesting being related to a Swedish bio-engineering company that did genetics research. Other searches turned up mythical relationships to Celtic gods, an area I hadn't studied, and that is one of the things that opened the door to my realization that the grail stories were just redacted tales about the "head of Bran." Well, of course, I was pretty excited with this information, not realizing that anybody who was really familiar with those themes already knew it!

04-12-97
Q: (L) One of the things I was doing last night was a little web search on the word "brana," because we have a particular interest in finding out if there is any significance to this. I found some very interesting things about this word. I discovered that it was an Old English word for a blackbird or crow. It can also be a name in Yugoslavia and Russia. It was also the name of a great Irish king. Anything further you can add to that list?
A: What does this tell you?
Q: Well, that maybe the source of funding is not in this country. Maybe Russia?
A: Beware of unexpected assistance.
Q: We can be wary and still utilize it, can't we?
A: Up to you.
Q: If, if fact, there is a power mad clique running the world, what difference would it make if you got money from one country or another?
A: That is not the point: who is "running" the "power mad clique?"
Q: (L) So... (V) The Lizzies, the Lizzies...
A: Okay...
Q: So you are essentially indicating in a roundabout way that we ought to ditch this offer?
A: Not so. We are indicating in a straightforward way that you should strive for objectivity at all times, and especially at junctures such as this, and not let subjectivity or emotions or hastily thought of ideas or decisions rule you!
Q: Could it also be possible that this source, this "brana," is in contact with the alleged Orion group?
A: Excuse us?
Q: I mean the Quorum as you have described?
A: Always be vigilant so as not to perceive a tangled web as a neatly constructed loop
Q: The suggestion was made in another session that we need to devote some time and energy to the crop circle problem.
A: Yes...
Q: And finding funding to do this in the correct way, as in networking and so on, is difficult, to say the least.
A: Patience pays... "Haste makes waste."
Q: Well, we would not be doing it primarily to develop technology, but for information of a more cosmic or theoretical nature. Now, whether that would lead to technology is another question.
A: Review from whence and how this offer originated before you "leap into it," lest you become the fish that is attracted to the really shiny and tasty looking lure!
Q: Well, then...
A: Review for insight... it will come!

Just to see what would come out of it, Ark did agree to meet with Sue Brana in Poland on April 22nd. He described Ms. Brana as tall and blonde, nervous and talkative, and most definitely playing games with words. After he explained to her the needs and costs of the kind of research we were proposing, including the fact that we would not agree to a proprietary contract, Ms. Brana said she had to think about it and call him later. Ark wrote to me about the meeting:

Subject: yesterday's talks
Date sent:Tue, 23 Apr 1997 07:35:37 +0100

Honey,

I do not like "I will call you later" - I expected to have a definite answer now. And in fact it seems to me that I was close to getting it - but it was like that: warmer, colder, warmer, colder,... We will see. She brought me a book by Schnabel on remote viewing and Discover magazine. I was completely open with her - so she knows the essentials of our story. She can be a banker (most probably she is), a spook, a representative of a secret government or an alien. This I do not know. She knows surprisingly many things. Around 4-th May she will be back in States and then we will know more...

As there was also talk about quantum theory - there is a chance that before (or instead...) of venturing into CC research we can get a grant for writing a book on EEQT with nice computer software.... I can't say now what will be the result...

Ah, and apparently she is investing millions into "industrial hemp" in Poland.

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Two years ago, when I had described this little episode to some friends, one of them did a little research and found the following interesting item:

Western Producers, March 16, 2000
Little Homework Done on Hemp Company
By Roberta Rampton, Winnipeg Bureau

The hemp industry should have done more homework before doing business with Consolidated Growers and Processors Inc.

That's the opinion of Gero Leson, an environmental consultant from Berkeley, California, who was CGP Inc.'s first president. CGP recently closed its offices in Winnipeg and announced it intends to declare bankruptcy.

Leson said he knew little about Susan Brana, the majority shareholder and chair of CGP Inc., before he went to work with her in 1997. "I'm to blame, and so is everybody else," he said in an interview at the recent Hemp 2000 conference. Leson first became involved with industrial hemp when he helped organize an international symposium on the crop in 1995.

Brana contacted him the following year as a venture capitalist interested in funding hemp projects. She hired him to do some consulting work, and paid him for his work, Leson said. Together with Winnipeg hemp store owner Martin Moravcik, Brana and Leson formed CGP Inc. in the summer of 1997. The goal was to jump-start hemp production and processing, Leson said, and to take the company public to make money.

The emerging industry was short of capital, he said, and he thought the economies of scale Brana sought would be a good idea. But over time, Leson said he came to realize Brana was most interested in profits from company shares. She wanted to promote the company's big vision, but Leson said he was uncomfortable with hyping too much, too quickly. "Sue Brana thought I was too negative," Leson said.

By April 1998, Leson wanted to leave, but couldn't agree on terms with Brana, and was fired. A difference in management philosophy and style helped lead to his departure, he said.

Brana has not responded to repeated requests for interviews. Throughout CGP's time in the spotlight, Brana did not give interviews to reporters. Brana, 46, grew up on a farm in Ohio, and still keeps a residence in the state, according to sources. Her biography in CGP documents lists experience with several banks between 1975 and 1989.

More recently, Brana ran a stock broker/dealer firm called Alt Capital Inc. out of an office in Los Angeles. The office address and phone number were shared by Gain Integrated Systems, a shell company owned by Brana.

The same address was used for CGP Inc., along with a North Hollywood address for Dugan and Associates Construction Management Inc. The North Hollywood address was also used for Ntech Corp., a start-up nanotechnology development company with which CGP had joint venture projects.

Persuasive Personality: Brana was convincing in her vision to increase hemp acreages quickly, said Leson, even though he believed she tried to grow CGP Inc. too large, too soon. "You never quite knew if you were right, or if Sue Brana had found somebody to buy 10,000 pounds of

oil," Leson said. "You always think maybe there's something you just don't know."

Since his time with CGP, Leson said he has learned about the obstacles for hemp in the pulp and paper and textile sectors. "It's much more complicated to get into those markets." He was alarmed when he learned last summer how much hemp CGP had contracted for 1999. "I thought it was misleading to do that."

Leson said Brana gave the impression through anecdotes that she had considerable experience starting and running businesses. Not all her stories were rosy, said Leson, making her track record seem realistic.

Leson said he doesn't believe CGP was a fraud or a scam. But he does think industry leaders, including himself, should have done more checking into Brana's work experience. "I think we're all to blame on not really insisting on seeing a rțsumț."

Pretty interesting, eh? And we see that, but for the grace of the C's, we would have been sucked into a rather embarrassing series of activities. All things considered, it seems pretty obvious that Ms. Brana was a front for somebody, otherwise she wouldn't have been spreading so much cash around; the only question is: who? And why were we targeted for the dangling of a lure of big bucks to do something that really wasn't an area of particular interest to us, and would most certainly have diverted our time and resources, if not resulting in being totally discredited? Another good question is: what was the deal with the HAARP book?

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