341 112th Avenue S.E.

Bellevue  WA 

August 31, 1983

 

 

 

Seattle Times

Editorial Department

Seattle, WA 98111

 

Gentlemen:

 

The truth will out, this time from the lips of the lady parapsychoiogist herself.

I am sure that many honest people took a second look at the Reagan Administration’s record regarding women’s rights after the surprise of Barbara Honegger’s announcement last week. After all, she was a relatively high official within the administration, and she certainly was employed in a capacity that gave her insight into the inner workings of that aspect of the administration.

So what do we learn from her own lips in the Los Angeles Times inter­view reported in Sunday’s Times? That a voice had spoken to Ms Honegger—from the “future” she has suggested, possibly her own voice guiding her from tomor­row, pointing out her great destiny. True to her mission from God, she obtained her appointment and worked her way into the position of trust from which she made her surprise announcement. One is forced to conclude that Ms Honegger joined the Reagan Administration with the express purpose of sabotaging it at the appropriate moment. That doesn’t exactly lend credibility to her charges, does it?

Masters Degree in Parapsychology, indeed! Thank you, Barbara; for a moment you had me worried!

 

Cordially yours,

 

R.G. Williscroft