Saturday, June 23, 2012

Councilor of Earth's Song

There is a man who rules the world
he has no scepter and needs no sword.

He put an end to his career
in a hot tube without a tear.

Now, as a prophet he is always wrong
and in predictions he's no more strong.

His psychic readings are a disaster
but he believes himself a Master.

Improper posts he writes for kids
using expressions that law forbids.

Of the liars' kingdom he has the Crown,
but for decent people he is a clown.

Thursday, June 21, 2012

Fwd: ARCHONS: We are not artificial life-forms.

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: James Black <>
Date: Thu, Jun 21, 2012 at 7:30 PM
Subject: Fwd: ARCHONS: We are not artificial life-forms.

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: <>
Date: Thu, Jun 21, 2012 at 7:16 PM
Subject: ARCHONS: We are not artificial life-forms.

Modern ignoramuses like Dr. Michael Salla and David Ikes, repeat the gnostics lies about Archons.

"The Pagan Gnostics referred to the archons as "artifical men". The archons seek to parasitize the soul-energy which humans represents.  The archons are soul-less entities without empathy, which have a mind that essentially could be viewed to be a sophisticated computer. "

We are not artificial life-forms, said the Archons, and yes, we are soul-less as humans are, since there is not such thing as a soul. The soul is an invention of humans to believe in their own eternity and importance. Mostly because they are a race who spends life fearing death.
Humans are death already when they are born.
So the nonsense of gnostics, pagans, christians and similar primitives is repeated by these new ignoramuses.
Archons message to the ignoramuses?
Do you want to play mind-games with us?
We are ready.
On the contrary, we will be friendly our friends.




Sunday, June 17, 2012

Fwd: Dear Doctor Richard Boylan (Christian Message sent to Richard Boylan.)

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: <>
Date: Mon, Jun 18, 2012 at 1:33 AM
Subject: Dear Doctor Richard Boylan

Dear Doctor
In your own words you recognize your fatigue.
We love you dearly, and that's why we give you this advice.
It's time to pray, to rest, to read again those books you love so much.
But more important, you should remember that you were a Catholic Priest, so of course is time to recognize any wrong doing and open your heart to Jesus Christ our God and Savior.
Dear Richard, as your Soul knows, there is no other way of Salvation.
There is no other way to Peace.
There is no other way of forgiveness.

With our blessings in Christ the Lord.

Your Brothers in Jesus.


How to protect Kids from Richard Boylan

Richard Boylan, the convicted abuser of female patients, sends totally inappropriate messages like the one included, to his group

This group is ONLY for kids 18 and younger, no adults accepted.i


IF YOU THINK, AS WE DO, that this is a form of Child Abuse, follow the advice of YAHOO.

1) Send a message to the

In your message you will let Richard Boylan know what you think about his inappropriate messages and let him know that you are just following Yahoo (TOS) Terms of Service. (you are in fact doing what Yahoo suggests you to do in cases like this.)


Richard Boylan,

will answer your message with insults and nonsense.



Go to

 Follow instructions and send the insultant reply and your original to Yahoo.


 What follows is one of the pathological messages of the self-proclaimed Councilor of Earth, sent to kids 18 and younger..!.

--- On Fri, 6/15/12, drboylan <> wrote:

From: drboylan <>
Subject: [UFOFacts] karma comes for a long-time Cabal harassment operative, and doesn't let go
To:, "'StarKidsHangout'" <>, "'DrRichBoylanReports'" <>
Received: Friday, June 15, 2012, 7:55 PM




    The latest incident of Cabal sabotage of equipment around my home a couple days ago was the last straw. So I set about doing some inquiring using my "unorthodox" (psychic) means. I discovered a bunch of things.
    The Cabal have had stationed in my town a clandestine operative who has had assignment to sabotage my property's equipment, my wife's and my vehicles, and even my daughter's car who lives some two counties distant, all for the purpose of harassment. The sneaky sabotage is timed to be a "response" to certain actions I have taken which the Cabal deem injurious to their interests. 
    He has also undertaken other Cabal assignments, quietly spreading false and disparaging "information' about me to several County Supervisors (political enemies), to the editor of the local paper, and to select other conservative community figures. His and the Cabal's purpose is to make me a pariah among my local community's power structure.

    I have had enough of his sh*t. 
    This clandestine operative lives in the same community I do, Diamond Springs, El Dorado County, CA. The Cabal had him move to Diamond Springs to be their local eyes and ears/operative at the same time I moved here in 2006 from my previous home in Sacramento. He quickly befriended a local woman, J. , and moved in with her in her double-wide mobile home in Diamond Springs on E. Holly Drive. J does not know he is Cabal and is unaware of his pedophile activities. 
    I "read" his cryptonym to be "Loren Munson", a 66-year-old Caucasian ex-Army Intelligence agent. He is now "retired" and lives on his Army pension and Cabal cash dole. Munson is not the name he was born with, but was a cryptonym he developed for convenience while working as a career Army Intelligence agent, and retained after retiring in the 1980s, and is the identity on his driver's license and passport. 

   He is a pedophile of young boys of middle-school age. In addition to cash, the Cabal secure his current services and loyalty by furnishing him boy victims at their secure clandestine pedophile ring in the SF Bay Area.  

    Munson was born and grew up in Placer County (next door to El Dorado County and thus is familiar with both.) After retirement from the Army, Munson moved back to Placer County and trolled for young boys in adjacent Sacramento County. He got in trouble in 2003 and arrested in Sacramento County, bailed out, and then fled to Szombathely, Hungary, 10 miles east of the Austrian border, to avoid U.S. prosecution. The Sacramento County District Attorney had issued a UFAP Warrant for his arrest but did not locate him. 
    The Cabal found Munson in Hungary in 2006 and brought him back to northern California with a promise to protect him from prosecution in return for his "services" messing with me and my family.

    He needed to be taken care of and rendered inoperative.

    Wednesday afternoon (6/13) I made a satellite photo of the trailer that Munson shares with his lady-host, and drove over to the location and parked one house down. I walked to in front of his place and used a sage bundle to trace three wide arcs in the air as I placed three containment shells of energy around him/his home. 
   I "read" that he was aware I was there, although he did not come out and accost me. 
   In hindsight I realized that the Cabal were aware I had visited the site by their tracking my cell phone's GPS signal. Later they hacked into my Google Earth account and determined that I had used it to locate Munson via dowsing, and had placed a push-pin on his location. 
   Thursday Munson waited til J. had left for work and then later that morning, with all his stuff packed in his car, he drove away in flight from his discovered location, heading towards Nevada. 
   Early Thursday afternoon the Cabal determined that he was running away. Because of all the previous times when I have located other Cabal operatives-pedophiles who were then busted by the authorities, the Cabal decided that Munson constituted a security risk to them. If arrested and interrogated, he could spill information about the (Cabal-arranged) Bay Area pedophile ring he used, and the investigative trail from that could blow a considerable hole in Cabal Northern California operations. 
   And so a Cabal hit squad intercepted Munson while fleeing, and took him to a secluded location and killed him. The squad then took his body to an industrial incinerator and burned it beyond all recognition. They disposed of his car at a commercial salvage operation and had it squashed into a cube.
   Thus there is nothing for any law enforcement to pursue or arrest. 
   He has met his karma. And my family and I may now have some measure of relief from harassment. 
   Source be praised.


     in the light,


     Richard Boylan, Ph.D.


P.S.: To the several Cabal infiltrators onto my on-line Groups, this is what happens to people who work for the Cabal. Don't listen to their sweet talk. They have a body bag ready for you any time it becomes convenient for them to stuff you in it.

     Time for a thorough-going change of heart and direction. Before it's too late.

     And time is almost up.   


Richard Boylan, Ph.D., LLC


Friday, June 15, 2012

Andrew Basiago, time jumper President in 2016. Alfred Webre vice

Lawyer, Time traveler, Mars visitor, quantum Jumper, Andrew Basiago President in 2016,and some insiders say that Alfred Webre will be the Vicepresident. (Perhaps Dr.Michael Salla Secretary of State? )

Andrew D. Basiago for President in 2016. | Facebook
Lawrence Jones wrote a note titled Andrew D. Basiago for President in 2016.
Read the full text here.

Wednesday, June 13, 2012

Fwd: Richard Boylan: kids and adults involved in dark witchcraft

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Ralph Levi <>
Date: Wed, Jun 13, 2012 at 8:48 PM
Subject: Richard Boylan: kids and adults involved in dark witchcraft
To: James Black 

In a new twist of insanity, the self proclaimed Councilor of Earth Richard Boylan invites his friends, including children, ( the so called star-seeds,) to practice psychic attacks against several personalities who, in the words of this man, belong to the imaginary cabal;  some kind of planetary secret government that Boylan uses as scapegoat to justify his errors and wrongdoings.


1) First of all, he incurs in a dangerous magical situation. He gives 'targets" with names to inexpert and innocent children and adults.

2) Worst, the attack is directed against a presumed "cabal", and this creates a second dangerous astral situation: Wrong identification of the "target".

3) More important: To believe that kings and billionaires have no permanent psychic protection is totally naïve. Those who want to "play this dangerous game" should be ready for powerful backlashes.

4) Needless is to say that none of those presumed participants of the psychic attacks has enough experience to confront these counterattacks.

Conclusion: Do not follow the dangerous absurdities of this man.


Here are the words of Boylan:


"What if we ratchet that up a notch, a big notch, and begin a "Cut Off the Head of the Cabal" approach?   That is starting from the top!    Psychically disempowering the Cabal king-pins, one by one.

    Who are the Cabal's top plutocratic king-pins?   

     In the Cabal's American Wing: David Rockefeller (Sr.) and David Rockefeller, Jr. (the heir apparent); 
     In the Cabal's European Wing:

        - British Branch: Lord Jacob Rothschild;  and Queen Elizabeth of UK;

        - Anglo-French Branch: David Rene de Rothschild;

        - the Liechtenstein-Swiss Branch: Prince Hans-Adam II of Liechtenstein and his brother Prince Alois 

          zu Liechtenstein; and,  

        - Dutch Branch:  Queen Beatrix of Netherlands;

        In the Cabal's Mexican-Latin American Wing:  Carlos Slim Hel, Forbes magazine's "the world's richest  


    There are of course numerous additional Cabal plutocrats. But these are the prime movers."



Remain out of this Black Magic practice.

This is our sincere advice

Frat. Initium

Sorcerers League


ipsa scientia potestas est




Richard Boylan: kids and adults involved in dark witchcraft

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Ralph Levi <>
Date: Wed, Jun 13, 2012 at 8:48 PM
Subject: Richard Boylan: kids and adults involved in dark witchcraft
To: James Black <>,,,,

In a new twist of insanity, the self proclaimed Councilor of Earth Richard Boylan invites his friends, including children, ( the so called star-seeds,) to practice psychic attacks against several personalities who, in the words of this man, belong to the imaginary cabal;  some kind of planetary secret government that Boylan uses as scapegoat to justify his errors and wrongdoings.


1) First of all, he incurs in a dangerous magical situation. He gives 'targets" with names to inexpert and innocent children and adults.

2) Worst, the attack is directed against a presumed "cabal", and this creates a second dangerous astral situation: Wrong identification of the "target".

3) More important: To believe that kings and billionaires have no permanent psychic protection is totally naïve. Those who want to "play this dangerous game" should be ready for powerful backlashes.

4) Needless is to say that none of those presumed participants of the psychic attacks has enough experience to confront these counterattacks.

Conclusion: Do not follow the dangerous absurdities of this man.


Here are the words of Boylan:


"What if we ratchet that up a notch, a big notch, and begin a "Cut Off the Head of the Cabal" approach?   That is starting from the top!    Psychically disempowering the Cabal king-pins, one by one.

    Who are the Cabal's top plutocratic king-pins?   

     In the Cabal's American Wing: David Rockefeller (Sr.) and David Rockefeller, Jr. (the heir apparent); 
     In the Cabal's European Wing:

        - British Branch: Lord Jacob Rothschild;  and Queen Elizabeth of UK;

        - Anglo-French Branch: David Rene de Rothschild;

        - the Liechtenstein-Swiss Branch: Prince Hans-Adam II of Liechtenstein and his brother Prince Alois 

          zu Liechtenstein; and,  

        - Dutch Branch:  Queen Beatrix of Netherlands;

        In the Cabal's Mexican-Latin American Wing:  Carlos Slim Hel, Forbes magazine's "the world's richest  


    There are of course numerous additional Cabal plutocrats. But these are the prime movers."



Remain out of this Black Magic practice.

This is our sincere advice

Frat. Initium

Sorcerers League


ipsa scientia potestas est



Tuesday, June 12, 2012

Richard Boylan: he asks children to practice psychic attacks..!

This gentleman proposes some kind of psychic attack against well known personalities. It's always a good idea to remember WHO is Richard Boylan.


    In the Matter of the Accusation

     Richard J. Boylan, Ph.D    )
     License No. PSY-10047      )              No. W-14
                         )                  N--9404129
            Respondent        )


     The Board of Psychology hereby adopts the attached Proposed
    Decision as its own decision in the above-referenced matter.

     This Decision is effective as of August 4, 1995.

     IT IS SO ORDERED August 4,1995.

                           By: [Signature appears on document]
                               Judith Janaro Fabian, Ph.D.
                               Board of Psychology


                        BEFORE THE
                       BOARD OF PSYCHOLOGY
                       STATE OF CALIFORNIA

    In the Matter of the Accusation    )
    Against:                           )
    RICHARD J. BOYLAN, Ph.D.           )   No.  W-14 and
    2826 O Street, Suite 2             )        LMS-57
    Sacramento, CA  958116             )
    Psychologist's License             )   OAH Mos. N-9404129
    No. PSY-10047                      )            N-9406179
    MFCC License No. MFC 5943          )
    LCSW License No. 4231              )
                   Respondent. )

                        PROPOSED DECISION
             On October 24-28, November 2, 15, 16, 18 and 22,
    December 6, 27 and 30, 1994, and January 11-13, 117, 18 and 31,
    February 1 and 16, and March 1, 1995, in Sacramento, California,
    Muriel Evens, Administrative Law Judge, Office of Administrative
    Hearings, State of California, heard this matter.

             Robert Miller and Arthur Taggart, Deputies Attorney
    General, represented the complainants

             Matheny, Poidmore, Linkert & Sears and Richard S.
    Linkert represented respondent.

             Evidence was received, the record was closed July 20,
    1995, and the matter was submitted.



                        FINDINGS OF FACTS


             Complainants Thomas S. O'Connor, Executive Office of
    the Board of Psychology, and Scott C. Syphax, Interim Executive
    Office of the Board of Behavioral Science Examiners, made and
    files the Accusations in these matters in their official
    capacities and not otherwise.


             On July 16,1987, the Board of Psychology issued
    license number PSY 10047 to respondent Richard J. Boylan.

             On October 30, 1972, the Board of Behavioral Science
    Examiners (BBSE) issued marriage, family and child counselor
    license number MFC 5943 to respondent.

             On March 2, 1974, the BBSE issued licensed clinical
    social worker license number LCS 4231 to respondent.

             At all relevant times, respondent was engaged in the
    private practice of psychology.



             Respondent treated D.W., a female, from approximately
    December 1991 to February 1993. She was referred to respondent
    by a fellow member of the Incest Survivors Anonymous (ISA)
    support group she had been attending. D.W. had been involved
    with ISA for about one year before meeting respondent. She
    continued with ISA, including a subgroup Nothing Too Heavy to
    Share,through the Fall 1992. D.W. was 28 years old and an
    unemployed single mother seeking a therapist who would accept
    Medi-Cal. Respondent agreed to accept her as a Medi-Cal patient.

             D.W. presented as a recovering alcoholic with three
    years of sobriety, and adult child of alcoholic parents, a former
    abuser of cannabis and methamphetamines and an incest victim.
    Respondent's initial diagnosis was:

             Axis I: Post traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD);

                  Dissociative Disorder NOS;

                  Depressive Disorder NOS;

                  Alcohol Dependence, in remission;



                  Methamphetamine abuse in remission

                  Cannabis Dependence  in remission

    Respondent's plan was to meet weekly or biweekly, as insurance
    permitted, for treatment of depression and traumatic sexual abuse
    and to improve self esteem and personal skills.

             Although initially D.W. was reluctant to try hypnosis,
    respondent encouraged her to do so to retrieve memories of abuse.
    During their fifth session, on January 7, 1992, respondent
    performed D.W.'s first "memory enhancement hypnosis." They
    covered sexual abuse at age four by D.W.'s mother and at age four
    to five by her father. Other sessions involving hypnosis followed
    on occasion, with further recall of childhood sexual abuse and
    possible ritualistic abuse.

             In late winter or early spring of 1992, D.W.
    listened to a radio talk show about abductions by aliens and the
    use of hypnosis. At a therapy session, D.W. asked respondent
    somewhat flippantly if he thought these people may have been
    abused and confused about the memory. Respondent, with a serious
    face, responded that he thought it might be just the opposite.
    In the same session, respondent said that he had some patients
    who may have had extraterrestrial (ET) experiences and he was
    doing some research on the subject.

             At the next session, D.W. brought up the ET issue and
    respondent showed D.W. a book entitled ENCOUNTERS, by Edith
    Fiori. Soon after that, respondent told D.W. that he was going
    on a week-long tour of sites of alleged ET activity. According
    to D.W. (R.T. 10/24/94, 28:8-17):

             "Q  What was your reaction to the doctor's
              discussion with you about this tour of
              extraterrestrial sites?

             "A  I felt really nervous for him. I was
              kind of confused at the time. I was
              starting to believe that maybe he was --
              this was something real. And I was
              nervous for him, and I told him to be

             "Q  Be careful? What did you mean by that?

             "A  Well, specifically, he said he was going
              to some very top secret military places.
              And I was concerned about what might
              happen to him."



    Respondent had spoken to D.W about a secret government cover-up
    and involvement of the U.S. military. Respondent told D.W. the
    sites were connected to government operations involving the
    flying of ET aircraft, recovered ET aircraft and the building of
    aircraft using technology learned from ET sources. From what
    respondent had told her, D.W. feared that on his trip respondent
    might be abducted by ETs.

             In or about a June 1992, session, D.W. brought out
    having daydream-type image or fleeting memory from childhood of
    a strange-looking man, who may have been a molester. Respondent
    asked D.W. to describe what he looked like and his height,
    including his height in relationship to her as a child.
    The image was not clear to D.W., but she recalled he was not tall
    and had sharp features and narrow eyes. Respondent then asked
    D.W. to draw the man, which she did. After that and the
    conversation set forth below, D.W. had the impression that
    respondent thought her image was of an extraterrestrial.

             "Q  Can you describe when that occurred to
              you and why? And why you got that
              impression in your mind that's what you
              were being asked to describe?

             "A  [Respondent] asked me to stand up, and
              he had some sort of tape measure he was
              holding up. And I stood up, and he was
              holding -- well, let's see. And he said
              something like 4 foot or 4-foot
             something. That's about -- well, it
              could be a little taller. That's about

             "Administrative Law Judge: He said or you said?

             "A  He said this. It was kind of under his
              breath.That's when it occurred to me
              that's maybe what he was thinking that
              this might be." (R.T 10/24/94 43:9-

    The session continued with hypnosis. While under hypnosis,
    respondent further inquired whether D.W. could describe in more
    detail the appearance of the man in her image. Then, toward the
    end, she "started getting an image of that like an
    extraterrestrial face and this really bright light, being
    surrounded by a bright light right at the end." (R.T. 10/24/94
    47:11-14.) According to D.W., as she came out of hypnosis:

             "Dr. Boylan was smiling; he was leaning back
             in his chair and smiling. And I remember
             feeling really weird. ... I was really



             confused and scared. And I was kind of angry
             at Dr. Boylan for smiling because I was
             feeling how I was. (R.T. 10/24/94 48:2-8.)

    In June, respondent advised D.W. that he was starting a
    support group (CE-IV)[1] at his home for people who have had
    extraterrestrial experiences. He said that while he thought it
    was probably premature, he thought D.W. should come to the

             Within a week or two of the therapy session, D.W.
    attended the meeting at respondent's home. About ten people
    attended and D.W. recognized one from the ISA group. During this
    meeting respondent played an audio tape by James Harter,
    explaining his views on extraterrestrials, what they are like,
    who is likely to be abducted and so on.

             D.W. continued to attend the CE-IV group meeting about
    every three weeks and continued with her therapy with respondent,
    until early 1993. After a few months of attending CE-IV
    meetings, D.W. brought to therapy a nightmare she had had since
    childhood. The dream involved floating down a hallway to the
    foyer and then seeing a monster. At the CE-IV meetings she had
    heard of similar occurrences among persons who had had ET
    contact. Under hypnosis, her dream continued.

             "Then the monster became like an E.T., and then there
             were other extraterrestrials. And then I was, like,
             walked out of my home where I saw some bright lights
             out on the front lawn." (R.T. 10.24/94 70:9-13.)

             From the time of this hypnosis, D.W. began to identify
    more with the CE-IV group and feel that she might have had an ET
    experience. Notes from her therapy sessions show increased ET
    references, along with continued references to ritualistic abuse.

             During the Fall of 1992, respondent told the CE-IV group
    of a UFO/ET conference in Las Vegas from Saturday, November 29
    through Tuesday, December 2, 1992. Respondent would be
    presenting information from his research and experiences and
    invited others to attend. Because of the expense and other
    reasons, none of the CE-IV group planned to attend. As the
    conference neared, respondent told the group that others
    interested in presenting their experiences could have their way
    paid to the conference. D.W., R.R. and R.W. signed on to go to
    the conference to share their experiences.

    [1] CE-IV refers to close encounters of the fourth kind, or those
     involving abductions by aliens.



             Before going to the conference, respondent had members
    of the support group draw "visual representations." D.W.
    participated, drawing a figure, which was to be from her
    experience. the last therapy session before the conference,
    respondent told D.W. that she would be able to go, expenses paid
    by the conference organizer. Respondent set up a meeting at his
    house one evening about a week before the departure for the four
    area participants to plan their trip. Respondent said that part
    of the meeting would be in the hot tub and that no suits were
    allowed. Respondent did not allow bathing suits in his hot tub
    because he believed residual detergent in the suits left "soap
    scum" in the tub.

             D.W. went to respondent's house and was the first to
    arrive. Respondent and his wife were there, R.R. and R.W. then
    arrived. The others adjourned to the backyard while D.W. hid in
    the bathroom, afraid to be naked in front of the others and
    afraid to see everyone else. She was terrified and embarrassed.
    After the other four were in the hot tub, D.W. wrapped in a
    towel, went out to the tub and jumped in. They discussed plans
    for the trip. Following the meeting, D.W. went back to the house,
    got dressed and left. D.W. did not want to be nude around
    others, she was uncomfortable with her own body and embarrassed.

             The four flew from Sacramento to Las Vegas and rented a
    car. The two women, R.R. and D.W., shared a hotel room. The two
    men, respondent and R.W., shared another room. The group
    attended and/or participated in a number of the sessions. On
    Monday, the four planned a trip to Area 51, a large military area
    in Nevada where ET activity is alleged to take place. R.R.
    became ill and unable to go along. R.W. decided to stay in Las
    Vegas with R.R. At about 4:00 p.m., respondent and D.W. set out
    in a rental car for Area 51. Unfortunately, due to a
    navigational error. the two ended up circumnavigating the area
    and returning about 2:30 in the morning.

             Upon their return to the hotel, D.W. went to her room
    and found both R.R and R.W. asleep, although in separate beds.
    She told respondent. who was in the hall, that the two were in
    the room. She then went to respondent's room. They were both
    tired and respondent was due to speak that morning. D.W.
    undressed and went to one of the beds in the respondent's room;
    he went to the other bed. After the lights were out, D.W. began
    moaning in pain, apparently some form of gastric distress as a
    result of fast food eaten on the Area 51 drive. Respondent
    offered to give her a massage to help relieve the pains. Both
    D.W. and respondent were nude, although respondent was covered by
    the sheet. As D.W. came over to the respondent's bed, she stated she
    did not want any sexual relationship. Respondent advised her
    that he did not want one because he did not want to risk his
    license, his marriage or his therapeutic relationship with D.W.
    He then gave her an abdominal message. Afterward, he turned over



    and went to sleep, expecting D.W. to return to her bed. She did
    not and slept in next to respondent until the alarm went off at
    6:00 a.m.

             At some point in the Fall of 1992, respondent and the
    CE-IV group decided to write a book about their experiences.
    Respondent and his wife were to be the editors and respondent
    would include his research. The group members would provide
    individual chapters on their experiences. D.W. had drafted her
    chapter and rewritten it following her submittal to respondent's
    wife for editing. Respondent returned a corrected version of her
    chapter to her at a therapy session in or about late January
    1993. There was no written agreement between respondent and D.W.
    regarding any royalties or profits from the publication of the
    book. There was no written notice or agreement between
    respondent and D.W. regarding any research he was conducting of
    which she was part.

             In February 1993, D.W. discontinued therapy with
    respondent and ceased her participation in the CE-IV group. She
    did not submit a final version of her book chapter. The book was
    published and her work was not included.

             On February 16, 1993, D.W. respondent's termination
    diagnosis of D.W. was:

             Axis I:  Factitous Disorder with Psychological

             Axis II: Personality Disorder NOS (Addiction to Victim
                Status Syndrome)

                Passive-Aggressive Personality Disorder.



             Respondent treated K.G., a female, from approximately
    September 16, 1991 until mid-June 1992. She presented, at age
    32, with a history of childhood physical and sexual abuse,
    alcohol and cannabis abuse, extreme anxiety and asthma. Her
    mother is an alcoholic and Vallium abuser and was sent to Patton
    State Hospital in 1965. Her father raped her sister, who was
    then 12, (K.G. was about four at the time and had flashbacks of
    seeing the rape.) The children were placed in care with abusive
    foster parents. As of September 1991, K.G. was employed and
    "married" to Janna for seven years. K.G. had been in therapy for
    10 years with a female therapist and wanted to try a male
    therapist to address her prejudice against men in personal



             Respondent's initial diagnosis:

             Axis I:  Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).
                residual state, severe;

                Alcohol Dependence, residual state;

                Cannabis Dependence;

                Depressive Disorder NOS

             Axis II: Axis II deferred, obsessive-compulsive traits

    Respondent's treatment plan was "intermediate duration biweekly
    psychotherapy to correct PTSD, enhance identity and intimacy

             K.G. had dropped out of graduate school in social work,
    but was working for a social services agency. She is a fifth
    degree black belt in a form of Karate. Her asthma could be
    severe and induced by exercise or stress. Part of her past
    therapy included breathwork with relaxation.

             K.G. continued breathwork with respondent. On one
    occasion, as part of the breathwork, he touched her abdominal
    area. There was no evidence K.G. considered the touch sexual.
    In early December 1991, respondent invited K.G. to a special
    multi-hour session, at his house. Respondent told K.G. to bring
    a towel, which she thought was for breathwork on the floor. When
    she arrived at respondent's home, they went into the living room
    and spoke for a while. He then mentioned the hot tub for water
    therapy to relax and let go of tension. Respondent directed K.G.
    to an area to undress and it became clear that the hot tubbing
    would be in the nude. She was confused, but followed his
    direction and met him in the backyard. Both K.G. and respondent
    were wearing only a towel. Both got into the hot tub, with K.G.
    taking off her towel "at the last second."

             Respondent and K.G. engaged in some small talk,
    According to K.G.:

             "Pretty much I had just had a general increase in
             anxiety and nervousness and vacillating from
             questioning -- started to question, 'is this okay?'
             this has never happened ore been requested by
             anyone I've worked with, and I hadn't really heard of
             it being done. So on the one hand, questioning the
             legitimacy, and on the other hand that scaring me
             because I didn't want this to not be right and me be
             participating, so I would flip back into denial and
             say, 'I'm sure it's okay."... I feel like I just



             started to separate, the way I would separate during
             violent episodes in my childhood, where you just
             started to go away from your body." (R.T. 11/2/94

    Respondent did remark on K.G.'s breathing patterns and gave her
    some instructions on breathing. At one point, when it had become
    too hot for them to remain in the tub, they sat on the rim.

             "...I remember one time taking a deep breath and kind
             of stretching my hand in an upward direction, and him
             saying that that was good to breath from that low, and
             then once he coached me to look at his stomach while he
             breathed to see how his stomach moved when he breathed
             ..." (R.T. 11/2/94 20:14-18.)

    While in the hot tub, respondent "worked" on the upper shoulder
    area, to relieve tension. He was behind respondent, at somewhat
    of a 90-degree angle, so that his head was to K.G.'s side.

             After perhaps "a couple of hours," they got out of the
    hot tub, dried off, wrapped the towels around themselves and
    returned inside. K.G. got dressed and went into the living room.
    Respondent said that he didn't mean for her to get dressed yet, so she
    undressed again. She returned to the living room and found
    respondent , still undressed, sitting on the floor, "Indian
    style." K.G. sat across from respondent, her legs also crossed.
    Respondent asked K.G. to look into his eye, with their hands
    connected--her hands palm up, his palm down. After an
    uncomfortably long period, perhaps three to five minutes without
    any speaking, respondent burned a triangle incense and asked K.G.
    if he could burn it around her. He then outlined her upper body
    with the incense. After that they got up and K.G. got dressed.
    When she returned to the living room, respondent had also
    dressed. They say on some chairs and engaged in some "wrap-up"
    conversation, such as when they would meet again. There was no
    "processing" of what had happened.

             On two occasions during her therapy, respondent asked
    K.G. if she wanted to participate in a group trip to Harbin Hot
    Springs, a nude resort. One purpose of the trip was to allow
    women to improve their body image. Respondent and his wife would
    attend and there would be nude bathing in the hot springs.
    Respondent declined the invitations.

             K.G. was seeing respondent about twice a month. WHile
    they agreed that more frequent sessions would be helpful, K.G.
    did not have sufficient funds to pay for the additional time. In
    or about February or March 1992, respondent suggested a barter
    system where he would provide therapy to K.G., K.G. would provide
    karate lessons or another service to a third person, and the
    third person would provide massage to respondent. K.G. knew a



    massage therapist and contacted her about the possibility.
    However, she was not interested. Respondent then suggested
    Janna, but K.G. did not want to involve her. Ultimately, it was
    agreed that K.G. would do the massage. Since she had no
    experience in massage, she contacted her friend for a "couple of
    hours" of instructions.

             In an effort to comply with ethical standards,
    respondent and K.G. agreed to exchange an hour of massage for an
    hour of psychotherapy. Once that program was implemented, K.G.
    started weekly therapy, providing massage about every other week.
    At some point, respondent advised K.G. that he had been to a
    conference and learned they would have to exchange money for
    their services. After that, they wrote checks to each other.
    Respondent came to K.G.'s home for the massage. which occurred
    in the living room. Respondent preferred nude, uncovered
    massage. After the massage, he would walk nude from the living
    room to shower and then return to the living room to dress.

             K.G. was uncomfortable with the massage and with the
    nudity. She felt she was not assertive enough to say anything
    and was intimidated by respondent.
             "It's easier for me to be assertive with strangers, not
             with people I'm connected to, let alone dependent on.
             If Richard Boylan had physically attacked me, I would
             have physically neutralized him. To deal with him
             emotionally, I have a weakness. A physical assault
             straight arm, I could handle it, I wouldn't let anyone
             harm me, ...but I had a lot of issues with Richard. I
             was dependent on him, I wanted his approval, and I
             didn't want to believe this was betrayal." (R.T.
             11/2/94 36:15-23.)

             During the final session, respondent commented to K.G.
    that if she happened to "graze" his testicles, it would be okay.
    It was warm outside and K.G.was hot and sweating. She was
    wearing jogging shorts and a tank top. Respondent suggested that
    she take her shirt off if she was hot. K.G. did not do so.
    Later, during that same massage session, respondent asked K.G to
    work in the lower abdomen and thigh region. K.G. told respondent
    that she had not been taught to work in that area and had been
    taught it was inappropriate to have such contact with a client.
    Respondent ridiculed K.G., indicating something to the effect
    that it "sounds like a person [referring to K.G.'s trainer] who
    is worried and up-tight." (R/T. 11/2/94 37:26.) Respondent 
    then offered to demonstrate on K.G. how he wanted the massage
    done and suggested it would work better if she disrobed.
    According to K.G.:

             [T]hat was the light switch, two-by-four approach to
             me where I thought I was going to be sick, because at



             that point, my denial had to stop. And I feel that if
             there was a pivotal point in my relationship with Dr.
             Boylan, whether it be in the therapeutic capacity or in
             the body work capacity, that that was the first time I
             thought that in a serious way this might not only not
             be appropriate, but perhaps be sexual." (R.T. 11/2/94

    Respondent demonstrated lightly on her stomach, through her
    shirt, how he wanted to be massaged. He was very conservative.
    However, when it came time for K.G. to work on respondent, she
    felt ill and excused herself from the room. Ultimately she
    finished the massage. She left the room when respondent wrote
    the check for payment, as she did not feel comfortable being in
    the same room with him.

             At the following therapy session, K.G. told respondent
    that she was uncomfortable and did not wish to continue with the
    massage arrangement. Respondent "just said okay" and the session
    proceeded. At the next therapy session, respondent related
    differently to K.G. He seemed to her to be more distant, aloof.
    He did not make eye contact or allow her to speak. He left the
    room twice, something he had not done before, and cut off the
    session 15 - 20 minutes early. K.G. was so angry about the
    session that she stopped on her way home to call respondent from
    a telephone booth. She told him she wanted him to stop inviting
    her to Harbin Hot Springs and that she no longer felt safe with
    him. She felt he was violating boundaries and she did not trust
    him. She told him she was angry  with how he handled the therapy
    session. Respondent then called K.G. after she got home. She
    restated her feelings. He raised his voice and told her she was
    getting "A-1 therapy," and was just running away from therapy.
    K.G. felt respondent was screaming at her. Respondent followed
    up with calls to K.G. to schedule additional sessions, but she
    did not return his calls.

             Respondent added the following diagnosis to K.G.'s

             Axis II Borderline Personality Disorder

                  Obsessive-Compulsive Personality Disorder



             Respondent treated D.S. from September 1990 through
    February 1993. She presented, at age 31, with spinal and other
    injuries from a serious vehicle accident three years earlier,
    molest by her teacher at age 13 and rape at 18, which resulted in
    pregnancy. Her parents are alcoholics. She had been diagnosed



    with Chronic Fatigue Immune Deficiency Syndrome (CFIDS), a
    disease which severely limited her ability to work and function.
    D.S. wanted to find some healing related to the issues of her
    molest and the distance she felt from her family, the rape and
    giving up the child for adoption, and the vehicle accident. She
    wanted to reduce stress, to help cope with CFIDS. Respondent's
    initial diagnosis of D.S. was:

             Axis I:   Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD),
                 residual state

                 Dipthymia, secondary, early onset

                 Psychological Factors Affecting Physical
                 Condition (Provisional)

             Axis II:  Dependent Personality Disorder

             Axis III: Multiple Musculoskeletal traumata (by
                 history);neuromyelitis, infectious venulitis
                 and immune deficiency syndrome (by history)
    Respondent's treatment plan called for biweekly sessions "to
    reduce depression, resolve PTSD symptoms, reduce driving phobia,
    improve self=esteem, [and] eliminate over-reliance on somatic
    victimization for sense of identity."
             During the early part of her therapy with respondent,
    the focus was on D.S.'s emotional recovery from her accident and
    her relationship with her family. At session 16, on February
    21, 1991, she told respondent about a recurring dream involving
    small figures which looked like monks at the end of the hall.  In
    the dream, she tried to turn on lights, but none worked. She got
    angry because she could not see them and hit one of the "monks."
    After that, they all disappeared. Then the dream would repeat.
    D.S. had a second dream about a man, dressed in black, whose face
    she could not see. She wrestled with him; he was trying to kill

             Respondent continued to treat D.S. for the issues she
    presented at the beginning of her therapy. Respondent told her
    she did not know boundaries, which is why she "let him (the
    teacher) do it." Respondent said that in his experience, the
    lack of boundaries signaled possible abuse at an early age. He
    told her he thought she had been molested earlier, in addition to
    age 13. He then used hypnosis to help D.S. "by recovering
    repressed memories."

             In the Spring 1992, respondent brought up in therapy
    the subject of ETs and dwarf-like beings. D.S. reminded
    respondent of her earlier dream about the monks. Respondent gave
    D.S. an article from the Atlantic Monthly, August 1991, entitled



    "The UFO Experience."He asked her to read the article and see
    if any of the feelings described were familiar to D.S. The ET
    material frightened D.S., but also made her more curious. While
    she thought of the monks as a dream, respondent told her the
    "dream" was in fact  a "visitation." Respondent identified the
    "monks" as "Jawas," one type or race od aliens.He also showed
    her photos after his return from his "grand tour" of the
    Southwest military bases alleged to be involved in ET activity.
    In some of those photos were drawings of aliens respondent
    identified as "Grays."

             Respondent told D.S. that hypnosis might help her learn
    if she had been abducted by aliens. D.S. was frightened as did
    not want to know of the "dream" was in fact not a dream. No
    hypnosis was performed on the monk dream, but respondent brought
    up the possibility again, suggesting that hypnosis might
    establish what really happened.Respondent told D.S. that ETs
    cloud people's minds, making them believe that what really
    happened was just a dream, a pleasant experience or did not
    happen at all. Respondent said the only way to find out was
    through debriefing through hypnosis. While D.S. declined
    hypnosis, respondent suggested she participate in his CE-IV
    group, to meet with others who had had similar experiences,
    processed them and found positive elements. He described the
    other participants, at R.T. 11/15/94 78:17:

             A  "They were clients and people that came to him.
             Some with ET experiences, some that found out...
             that they had ET experiences after seeing him.
             They were all screened do there wasn't any danger
             that they were infiltrated by the government."

             After rejecting several offers by respondent to attend
    the CE-IV group meetings, D.S. finally agreed, because "he kept
    bringing it up so I went." D.S. went to her first meeting in or
    about September 1992. She arrived late and the discussion
    involved Area 51, the government cover-up and how respondent's
    telephone was probably tapped, now that he was coming out in
    public and speaking about ETs. It was discussed that if his
    phone was tapped, then it was possible that others in the group
    were also being spied on. D.S. followed the suggestion of a
    telephone company employee who participated in  the CE-IV
    meetings.When the phone rang, she would pick it up and drop it.
    She also started using her answering machine to screen calls,
    because she was receiving calls where the caller would not
    respond and just hang up.

             At the next therapy session following the CE-IV
    meeting, respondent asked her what she thought of the meeting and
    they discussed the phone tapping issue and other matters from
    the group. At a later group meeting, respondent and others
    discussed putting together a book to get the message out. The



    format would include personal stories, like an anthology. In a
    following therapy session, D.S. told respondent that she did not
    feel that she had anything to write. She did not feel she had
    anything concrete. Respondent told her "Just write what you
    have. It's enough." Both at the support and in therapy
    sessions, respondent provided draft and revised copies of the
    book's table of contents and his chapter on his experiences.
    D.S.'s story was included in the table of contents. In therapy,
    respondent discussed the benefits and risks involved in
    participating in the book. Among the risks would be placing
    oneself more in the public eye and "silencing by the secret
    government." Respondent indicated he would be at higher risk.
    D.S. believed what respondent said. At R.T. 11/15/94 109:2-8:

             A  "He told me that they have the ability to make a
            person die very quickly looking like it was
             natural causes. They have the ability to use a
             little dart that doesn't leave a trace.They can
             make a person die of cancer within a few weeks.
             That he would probably be the target because he
             was the leader."

             At R.T. 109:14-16:

             Q  "You say you were concerned for him. Did you
             express your concern?

             A  "I asked him to be really careful."

             Also in the Fall 1992, D.S. complained to respondent
    about difficulties eating and sleeping, and ringing in her ears.
    She was concerned. Respondent told her that maybe the ETs were
    doing a tune-up on her.

             D.S had a second dream in early1993 that she
    discussed with  respondent shortly thereafter. In the dream, she
    woke up to a distant roar, got out of bed and walked to the
    living room. There she looked up through the atrium skylight as
    a pink light was coming down. She felt joy and thought she saw
    Ghandi. She then felt very peaceful and slept well after the
    dream.When she woke she felt good about the dream. Respondent
    suggested hypnosis to more fully explore the dream. D.S. agreed,
    because the dream had been positive and she felt safe about
    learning more. Respondent told D.S. that there was a strong
    possibility of ET involvement.

             During hypnosis, respondent took D.S. through the
    dream into the atrium. At R.T. 11/15/94 6:1:

             A  "...I stand under the light in the atrium and then
             go up through into the sky.



             Q  "Was he asking you question through the process?

             A  "Yes.

             Q  "What was he asking you?

             A  "'What did it look like? 'Was it a ship?' 'What
             shape was it?' 'What was it made of?' 'Was it
             metal?' 'What kind of metal?' 'What did they
             look like?' 'Was there more than one?' 'Were you
             standing on a floor?' 'Were there walls?' 'Were
             there lights?' 'Were there sounds?' 'Was the
             floor solid?' 'Was it metal?' 'Was it something
             else?' 'Where was the light coming from?'

             According to D.S., in her original dream there was no
    ship and there were no walls. What had been a comforting dream,
    through hypnosis turned ugly, more like a nightmare. At R.T.
    11/15/94 70:25:

             A  "[T]he dream turned into being put on some kind of
             a table and probed with some kind of probe that
             really hurt bad, and me feeling very angry about,
             'Why are you hurting me?' And that there was
             something wrong with me and 'Why don't you fix
             it?' and then one of the -- after this, like
             escorting me back to my room and I couldn't move,
             and that was it.

    In addition, D.S. recalls from the hypnosis session that "They did
    something. Removed something." None of the above was in the
    original dream. However, in 1991, D.S. had undergone surgery for
    the removal of an ovary. At that time she was angry and scared
    and had a bad reaction to the anesthesia.

             After the hypnosis, respondent told D.S. that the
    aliens sounded like they were "reptilians or amphibs." He asked
    D.S. to draw one of them, but she unable to "put it
    together." Respondent then sketched one for her, but she did not
    think it was correct. She told respondent she was scared. D.S.
    had learned in the CE-IV group that the ETs could return and she
    was afraid "they" could come back anytime and there was nothing
    she could do about it. To D.S., respondent did not seem
    concerned about her fear. He did not explain how the product of
    this hypnosis was going to help D.S. solve any of her presenting

             About half way through her therapy with respondent he
    invited D.S to spend a day at Harbin Hot Springs with him, his wife
    and a few other patients. The trip would be billed as a
    regular therapy session and involve certain exercises and soaking
    in the hot springs in the nude. The purpose of the trip was for



    the patients to improve self-esteem and see their bodies as good.
    Respondent told D.S. the trip would help her heal by becoming
    comfortable with her body and her sexuality. D.S. declined
    respondent's invitation because she was not comfortable being
    nude in front of people she did not know. Respondent repeated
    the invitation a few times, and each time D.S. declined. After a
    break of a few months, respondent indicated that there would be a
    second date scheduled for the trip. He again invited D.S. and
    she accepted the invitation because she wanted to heal, but felt
    stressed and anxious. The night before the trip, D.S. left a
    message for respondent that she could not go.

             D.S. was part Native American and wanted to learn
    more about her heritage and participate in Native American
    activities and rituals. Since about August 1991, D.S. had
    been participating in monthly prayer meetings as part of her
    Cherokee ancestry.  She had discussed these in therapy with
    respondent, how it felt really good and how she felt a real
    connection. Respondent told her that a lot of people who had
    CE-IV experiences had a need for a spiritual belief and many
    identified with the Native American belief because of the concept of
    interrelationship and the living earth. About November 1992
    respondent said at meetings and in therapy with D.S. that there
    was some interest in the CE-IV group in forming a side group
    dealing with the spiritual aspects of CE-IV, with special
    interest in Native American spirituality. Respondent asked if
    D.S. wanted to participate, and she indicated she did.

             In about February 1993, D.S. got a call giving her the
    time and place for the first meeting of the side group. D.S.
    understood the meeting would be to talk about the concept and
    direction, and to find some connection between CE-IV and
    spiritual belief. D.S. met respondent and some others at the
    American River. Respondent brought a backpack with certain
    Native American ceremonial items in it. He brought out what
    appeared to be a Hopi rattle, a pipe, tobacco and cedar. He lit
    some cedar, blew it out and used it to smudge participants for
    cleansing. He said they would load the pipe, pass it around and
    each person would say a prayer, smoke from the pipe and pass it
    on. Respondent asked each person to make a statement about their
    Native American beliefs. D.S. became frightened by the
    experience. She did not feel right. She thought the items were
    being used as a show and that participation was disrespectful.
    When it was her time to speak, she said she had nothing to add.
    Respondent became angry with her for failing to participate.

             A few days later, D.S. went to her scheduled therapy
    session. By that time she no longer trusted respondent and no
    longer considered him a caring person. She ceased her
    relationship with him on the spot.

             Respondent's diagnosis at termination was:



             Axis I:  Factitious Disorder with Psychological
                Symptoms (Psychological Munchausen Syndrome);

             Axis II: Personality Disorder NOS (Addiction to Victim
                Identity Syndrome)

             The evidence did not establish that respondent
    discussed with D.S. intimate details of his sexual relationship
    with his wife.


             Respondent has been involved with counseling for about
    30 years, first as a Catholic priest, and later as a licensed
    therapist. He has no prior disciplines. Respondent was employed
    by community agencies, such as the Marin and Calaveras County
    Mental Health Departments, before opening a private practice. He
    is married and the father of two and the stepfather of two. AT
    the time of the Accusation by the Board of Psychology, respondent
    was president of the Sacramento Valley Psychological Association.

             Respondent was not fueled by evil motive. He believes
    in extraterrestrial life and believes he has had ET experiences.
    In 1989, he had he had three patients who presented with stories of ET
    contact. It was those contacts that inspired his interest in
    researching ET issues. He formed the CE-IV group so that
    experiencers would have others with whom to share, so they would
    not feel isolated.

             While respondent believes that there is nothing
    intrinsically erotic or wrong with nudity, he also had no
    understanding that others, and in particular his patience here,
    might not be as comfortable as he in nudity with others. While
    he may not have had a sexual motivation, these patients
    considered at least some of his actions to raise sexual issues.
    Respondent showed an incredible lack of insight in failing to
    appreciate the distress he caused these patients.

             Respondent has participated in individual therapy since
    these events. Unfortunately, his therapist did not testify.
    While respondent testified that he has learned of possible
    errors, he did not express understanding of his misconduct. When
    he did address the charges, and possible wrongdoing on his part
    was conditional, or placed responsibility on others. For
    example, when asked if he would handle the hot tubbing situation
    differently, rather than saying something like, "I would not do
    it. I would not put my patients at risk," respondent replied:

             "Absolutely... First of all, given the fact that a
             current client was involved, even though I had drawn
             the conclusion that she had resolved the abuse
             traumatic issues to the point where there was minimal



             to no risk of resurfacing or exacerbation of them, upon
             further reflection, it has become obvious that one can
             never have total certainty that a person will not
             interpret or misperceive or be told by someone else that
             they ought to have a perspective about that experience.
             Or in all the other ways in which one can, however
             innocent an even is,derive a sense of harm. So that
             is one consideration that would lead me not to
             reengineer such an event.

             "Another consideration is that it has become abundantly
             clear to me by subsequent statements by knowledgeable
             persons, including the board's experts, that the
             contemporary reading on standards of practice does not
             include therapist nudity in the presence of patients
             regardless of innocence or safety of situation or
             patient's level of recovery or proximity of termination
             of therapy."

             "And I could go on and on if need be, but there are
             compelling considerations that would make it quite
             clear to me that that is not a situation that needs to
             repeat. And in hindsight, should (not) have taken
             place the way it did." (R.T. 1/12 - 1/13/95 213:5 -

             Respondent said he would not repeat the kind of conduct
    that occurred here. However, it was not established that
    respondent has gained any insight, only that he has learned from
    this disciplinary hearing experience that certain conduct is
    unacceptable. Respondent never apologized for what he did.
    Respondent never admitted what he did was wrong.


             Most of the material facts in this matter were not in
    dispute. In some circumstances, the differences represent the
    different perspectives of the persons involved. The complaining
    witnesses, D.W., K.G. and D.S., appeared to testify accurately to
    the best of their recollection. It was clear that D.W. had a
    history of being highly suggestible, adopting as her ideas and
    beliefs those of people around her and authors she had read.
    D.S. still carried a lot of anger toward and distrust of
    respondent. K.G. felt she was worse emotionally after her
    therapy with respondent.

             For the most apart, respondent was credible, although
    putting his own spin on events. However, he was also evasive,
    and at times pompous. He attacked the complaining witnesses'
    credibility and stability (by his final diagnosis,) yet for the
    same time period he had been seeking written reports from two of



    them for his book on ET encounters and had one (D.W.) accompany
    him to speak at a UFO conference shortly before his final

             Respondent argued that he had treated D.W., and
    especially D.S., for some time before the ET issue arose.
    However, it arose at approximately the same time for both
    patients -- March 12, 1992 for D.S. and for D.W., shortly before
    the respondent left for his reconnaissance tour in April 1992. By
    this time, respondent was well into his research on the "secret
    government" and its efforts to disinform the public of UFOs and
    ETs. He had already advertised for research subjects who thought
    they might have had ET experiences. And it was shortly before
    the formation of his CE-IV group. His focus at that time was on
    extraterrestrial issues. At best he inadvertently allowed that
    focus to move into therapy as the primary interpretation of
    dreams and memories.


             The Board of Behavioral Science Examiners established
    costs of $9205. No cost declarations were filed by the board of

                    DETERMINATION OF ISSUES


             While the patients in this matter each questioned, at
    times, the sexual motivation of respondent, it was not
    established he in fact has such motivation while providing
    therapy or other relationships to these patients. It is not
    necessary for respondent's motivation to be sexual for sexual
    abuse to occur. Great weight must be given to the "victim's"
    perspective. Here, however, the victims were not sure what was
    going on. There was no sexual contact. They were upset and
    confused. The evidence did not establish sexual misconduct in
    violation of Business and Professions Code sections 726, 2960(o),
    4982(k) or 4992.3(k)


             Respondent abused his role as a therapist and was
    grossly negligent, in violation of Business and Professions Code
    section 2960(j), 4982(d) and 4992.3(d) in imposing his personal
    views of D.W. and D.S., as set forth in Finding III and V.




             Respondent committed gross negligence, in violation of
    Business and Professions Code sections 2960(j), 4982(d) and
    4992.3(d) when he developed an inappropriate dual relationship
    with D.W. that included travel together to and around Las Vegas,
    as established bt Findings III.

             Respondent committed  gross negligence, in violation of
    Business and Professions Code sections 2960(j), 4982(d) and
    4992.3(d), when he gave D.W. a massage in his hotel room in Las
    Vegas, as established by Findings III.

             Respondent committed gross negligence, in violation of
    Business and Professions Code sections 2960(j), 4982(d) and
    4992.3(d), when he invited D.W. to his home in November 1992 and
    engaged in nude hot tubbing, as established by Findings III.

             The evidence did not establish that respondent
    suggested that he perform a vaginal examination on D.W.

             Respondent committed gross negligence, in violation of
    Business and Professions Code sections 2960(j), 4982(d) and
    4992.3(d), when he invited K.G. to his home in December 1991 and
    engaged in nude hot tubbing, as established by Findings IV.


             It was not established that the act of inviting K.G.
    and D.S. for nude therapy sessions at Harbin Hot Springs amounted
    to gross negligence, in violation of Business and Professions
    Code sections 2960(j), 4982(d) and 4992.3(d).

             Respondent committed gross negligence, in violation of
    Business and Professions Code sections 2960(j), 4982(d) and
    4992.3(d), when he bartered therapy for nude massages from K.G.,
    as established by Findings V.


             Respondent committed gross negligence, in violation of
    Business and Professions Code sections 2960(j), 4982(d) and


    4992.3(d) by shifting the focus of D.S.'s therapy from her
    presenting problems to his interest in ET encounters, as
    established by Findings V.


             While it may have been thoughtless, or possibly
    negligent for respondent to try to recreate a Native American
    ritual with D.S. present, it did not rise to the level of gross

             It was not established that respondent discussed with
    D.S. details of his sexual relationship with his wife.


             Determinations II - V, VII, IX and X, and each of them
    are grounds for discipline.



             The Psychologist, Licensed Social Worker and Marriage,
    Family and Child Counselor licenses issued to respondent Richard
    Boylan are revoked.


             Respondent shall pay costs to the Board of Behavioral
    Science Examiners in  the sum of  $9205/

             Dated: (August 1, 1995)

                             [Signature appears on document]
                             MURIEL EVENS
                             Administrative Law Judge
                             Office of Administrative Hearings



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