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Searching for Ken Adachi
June 24, 2004

Subject: Congratulations
Date: Wed, June 23, 2004 10:57 pm

Hello Ken,

In my quest for knowledge I have recently run across something that I'd found. rather interesting and somewhat amusing. Having read an informative bio about Jeff Rense on the Internet I decided to try and see if I could find any on you, for curiosity's sake. Unfortunately the only information I could get for a Ken Adachi was about a Japanese Canadian author who eventually committed suicide in 1989. I'm going to go out on a limb here and say that it probably isn't you. But I'm glad to say that search wasn't a total loss. On Google's search page I quickly recognized a URL for Realizing that Skepdic is most likely a disinformation website, I wanted to see what they had to say.

APPARENTLY, in Skepdic's eyes, you my friend are one of the [quote] "major players" in the "PCT sect". Wow. I assume that must mean one of only two things. a.) You have been doing this for a really long time, or b.) You seriously hit a nerve with someone and they are using whatever tools necessary to discredit you and your work. And considering the lack of information on the Internet about you, as opposed to other information writers such as David Icke and Jeff Rense, I think I'll go with b. for now. :thumbs up!:

Anyway, I thought you might find this amusing. As always, keep up the good work and I hope to see more in the future.

Also, before I forget...Something in the latest newsletter caught my attention and I was wondering (no rush) when you would be able to post more information about structured water.

Ken W

Subject: Re: Congratulations
Date: Thu, June 24, 2004 9:33 pm

Hey Ken,

Thanks for this info.

Actually, I never thought to look up my own name. I do recall that the Al Bielek disinfo/smear team identified me as the Canadian writer on their German web site, but I didn't realize that I committed suicide in 1989 though. Good Lord. That's so unlike me!

Well, for a dead guy, I not doing so bad, so I guess I shouldn't worry about it.

Surprised to see that I'm such a hit with the skeptic set. Any idea what or who the "PCT sect" is?

Since I'm a major player, I should at least know who I'm working for.

Structured water is coming, fear not.

Keep me posted and stay well (and coming from a dead guy, that's quite an understatement you'll have to admit).


Subject: Re: Congratulations
Date: Thu, June 24, 2004 11:10 pm

In a message dated 6/24/2004 11:33:15 PM Central Daylight Time, writes:
Any idea what or who the "PCT sect" is?

According to, "the major players" of the Paranoid Conspiracy Theorist "sect" are as follows:

David Icke (like you didn't see that coming), Jim Keith, Ken Adachi, Myron Fagan, Milton William "Bill" Cooper, and Robert Gaylon Ross, Sr. Jay Whitley was also mentioned, but I guess he wasn't worthy enough to be accepted as part of the group.

And did you know that "...even though the end is near, he (you) still asks us to please support his (your) sponsor, an organization that can help with debt consolidation or a home loan." News to me.

This is the link that I found on Ken Adachi, the Canadian author.

I would soooooooooooo love to see what the Al Bielek disinfo/smear team had to say about you. It just goes to show you how misinformed the disinformers actually are.

Regards, Ken W.

Subject: Re: Congratulations
Date: Thu, June 24, 2004 11:25 pm

Holy Cow! They included little 'ole me on a list with those heavy weights!

Wow, I'm speechless!

What an honor! I'm going to have to send them a case of beer or something.

Gee whiz, the boys at the pool hall are never going to believe this. I'm in shock.

Thanks for letting me know guy.

Sincerely, Ken


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