M. K. Ultraman

Q !!mG7VJxZNCI ID: 78b95f No.4639347 
Jan 6 2019 23:51:54 (EST)
“The treachery revealed by Comey, Clapper, and Brennan requires accountability. That can only happen through a federal grand jury investigation headed by John W. Huber, the U.S. Attorney in Utah who has been appointed to investigate the FISA criminality by the Obama FBI and DOJ.”

Q Post 2662

Q !!mG7VJxZNCI ID: 82bacc No.4639875 
Jan 7 2019 00:24:44 (EST)
Program dev ongoing under offshore [not domestic] ‘tangent’ agency?
Covert funding?
Animals > Humans
Humans 1988
71% avg success rate.
Targeted (mental) ‘criteria’ designated as [ , ].
Mental institutions & therapists > ‘program-specialists’…..
Cocktail regimen 4x daily brain intercept [administered by ]
WIA military personnel targets of the program?
Clandestine Black OPs > zero affiliation (non_stick)
Something out of a movie?
The hole is deep.

Q Post 2663

Well, if MK Ultra is in the 40%, who knows what’s in the 60%!


I would say the technology has come a long way from when I ran into it. The first time.

232 thoughts on “M. K. Ultraman

      1. That’s the one. If I understand what Q is saying, they are doing this to military who have been wounded in action and have PTSD. So they end up worse off then they were before. I guess they figure that when they use these people for false flags, that everyone will assume it had to do with the PTSD and they just went off. These people are monsters.

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              1. From Dr Cameron’s wiki
                …”] Several of the children who Cameron experimented on were sexually abused, in at least one case by several men. One of the children was filmed numerous times performing sexual acts with high-ranking federal government officials, in a scheme set up by Cameron and other MKULTRA researchers, to blackmail the officials to ensure further funding for the experiments.[27] “…

                27. Goliszek, 2003: pp. 170-171.


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              2. I’d check the last file. Might need to go to the archive. Sometimes the archive will mail copies, but expect reproduction costs. Can be significant if the file is large.

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      2. Ok…yes, that is the same one I mention in a post below…

        It certainly did drop off the front pages…I really hope someone is collecting all of this news that gets scrubbed from history…I’m sure someone is…I just hope it’s a good someone.

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    1. I am sure that this guy was some kind of mental hack job.

      I do not think we should necessarily attribute to the CIA, despite the fact that I rag on CIA all the time, just because the guy SAYS CIA.. If this guy’s ability to be MK conditioned was abused as part of the current turf war, then the abusers likely engaged in false attribution during conditioning, or make that PART of the conditioning to insure that mental illness would be blamed.

      So I’m saying definitely MK, maybe CIA.

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  1. Pretty clear to me that the MK stuff this guy got was garbage. Shocking as it was, it was STILL just the stuff stuck to the bottom of the garbage can.

    Distracto, chaff, old tech, nothing that hints as the good current stuff, etc.

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  2. I find it so frustrating when trying to find older videos on that communist platform know as youtube that 99% of visible videos (you have to really dig deep to find anything else) are from MSM outlets…if I wanted fake news I could make up in my head or watch the Muppets…jeez…they are so obvious

    All of those videos that got hundreds of thousands of views that I watched about the Las Vegas shooting, or San Bernadino ( basically name any incident) are buried so deep as to be useless…or they were just removed altogether…

    I bring this up because I would swear that I saw video of the Tampa Airport shooter say that he was being controlled by our own government…but to find that video now…good luck. I’m sure it’s out there somewhere. Out there…

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    1. I remember that video, Harry.

      I also remember the coverage that was shown on Fox, where they reported that the Tampa Airport shooter claimed that he had been given mind-control drugs…and had ‘voices in his head’.

      They referred to it as a case of PTSD, though.

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          1. The hopeful way to think is to focus on Neuroplasticity. Our brain/nerves have unlimited (almost) potential of heal, to create new pathways, to find a way through whatever prevents the human spirit from manifesting itself in/through our bodies.

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              1. NY Guy, They used to tell us that people only had so many brain cells and when one was destroyed, it was permanently gone. In the early 1970’s my Sister-in-Law had to have a brain cyst removed. She had to learn to walk read, write and talk again. She improved enough to come with her husband across country to visit me. I barely could tell any difference in her by then. She took me aside and asked me if she was crazy because of the surgery and part of her brain was gone. I laughed and told her that brain cells just make new pathways to replace the damaged ones and she relaxed. She recovered completely.
                It takes some time to heal but it does heal.
                You will be happy to learn that science has finally caught up to common sense. Now they agree with me. LOL. They have found that memory is not a function located entirely in the brain. The whole body stores memories. That is why you have flashes of memories when you reinjure a part of your body or when you get a massage and it stirs up memories.
                When you have a serious eye injury, it usually only takes 24 hours to heal. Twice my husband burned his retinas. They bandaged his eyes and said they would remove the bandages 24 hours later and either he would be able to see or be blind. Both times he was fine.
                Your brain is more important than your eyes. It heals very quickly. Scientists, so called, have done experiments for decades where they try to erase the human brain and reprogram it with what they consider to be better programming. They have not been able to get it to last very long at all. Your brain goes back to who you are fairly quickly.
                You are unique. There is only one of you. God is in charge of everything. Pray, use your brain, learn to trust God and to trust yourself again. We function by faith. We function best when we put our faith in God and submit to His guidance. God has a purpose and a plan for your life. When you become a Christian, you receive and new mind and a new heart.
                These scientists do not believe in God. If they did, they would be afraid to do these experiments on people. They believe they are God but they are really just dead men walking. They have been with us since the Garden of Eden, when Cain killed Able. Every so often, we allow them to get control of society. When they get too far out of hand, God purges them from the earth. The flood, the Tower of Babel, Sodom and Gomorrah, deliverance from Egypt and many other times this has been done. We are in one of those times now. The changes are finally happening and they will be quickly done.

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              2. To Elizabeth: “They have found that memory is not a function located entirely in the brain. The whole body stores memories.” This sounds suspiciously like Dianetics…….by L. Ron Hubbard. Might I ask who is this “they” of whom you speak who have discovered this? Might you have a link to the research? Much appreciated, if so.

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              3. This book has been recommended by someone I trust:

                The Brain That Changes Itself: Stories of Personal Triumph from the Frontiers of Brain Science, Norman Doidge, M.D.

                And this one, same author:

                The Brain’s Way of Healing: Remarkable Discoveries and Recoveries from the Frontiers of Neuroplasticity

                The person who recommended it to me is a holistic practitioner whose husband is a stroke survivor. She has helped me numerous times with various ailments, so I trust her judgement.

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            1. TTT, just read this article earlier today…
              There’s been considerable debate about whether the human brain has the capacity to make new neurons into adulthood. Now, a recently published study offers some compelling new evidence that’s the case. In fact, the latest findings suggest that a healthy person in his or her seventies may have about as many young neurons in a portion of the brain essential for learning and memory as a teenager does.

              These latest findings come from the NIH-funded lab of Maura Boldrini at Columbia University, New York. The focus of Boldrini’s lab is on stem cell biology and neuroplasticity, the ability to learn and adapt, in the brains of people with treated and untreated mood disorders including depression.

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          2. believe it or not…

            DemocracyNow! which is a “super well respected and truthful” organization that is only there to support democracy and freedom from orange dictators…

            they release an update story today about the cuban workers and the sounds:

            Scientists Identify Recording of Noise Targeting U.S. Diplomats in Cuba as Crickets

            New clues are emerging in the mysterious case of U.S. diplomats in Cuba who experienced health problems after being exposed to an unidentified high pitch sound in their homes. Scientists said Friday that the high pitch sounds, released in a recording by the Associated Press, were made by crickets rather than a sonic or microwave weapon, as some have speculated. In 2016, staff at the U.S. Embassy in Cuba began reporting unexplained symptoms, including hearing loss, dizziness, nausea and memory loss, after hearing the sound. Last month, doctors in Florida said that the diplomats had suffered physical damage to their ears, though the cause of the damage remains unknown. The State Department withdrew much of its diplomatic staff from Havana and expelled Cuban diplomats from the U.S. following what they believe to be a targeted attack.


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            1. BOING! That’s my eyeballs snapping wide open. How extremely interesting! Thanks for the background info on democracy now and who they are. Intriguing and convenient that they release this TODAY is it not? Huh. Just in case anyone such as myself would connect the sonic attack in Cuba (no mention of the one in China…I suppose it was a different variety of cricket? Ha, ha.) with this vile stuff that Q alludes to.

              Wow. Must have cut close to the bone.


        1. Yes it does. It is kind of a tidy solution though. Military provides lots of able bodies and brains to mess with and limited oversight. Of course they touch those nasty guns which everyone knows impart evil just by someone touching them, so the military is automatically suspect for that. Plus they aren’t soyboys so there’s another reason to look with great suspicion on the military, at least in the minds of lefties.

          There’s already a fair bit of prejudice against former military in certain employment circles because they are seen as damaged goods; you know, they all have PTSD.

          And so these evil SOBs take this and use it for their own purposes providing the “cannon fodder” to wind up and send out there on mass shooting escapades and then when it comes out they are military or vets, oh….! Well, you know they are part of that gun culture, and they come back deranged so no surprise here that they are running around shooting up our kids (or whatever). And so the narrative is reinforced.

          It is just so wrong, so miserable, so evil.

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      1. Just a couple of comments – re: his supposedly “honorable service” in Iraq because he received ARCOM, Combat Badge, and GC medals – they mean next to nothing, in reality – just don’t screw up too bad and you can get one of those. I was very proud of my ARCOM until just a few weeks later when another woman got one who was useless as teats on a boar hog and, TBH, a terrible “soldier!” Serve w/out any screw-ups and EVERYONE gets a GC medal, and the combat badge came just as a result of being present in Iraq. They also address the issue of putting vets on the gun-ban list simply because they need assistance with their finances. This was an O.B.A.M.A. plan that was carried over, unfortunately. Deb Fischer tried to tell me that part of the bill was amended but I don’t believe her for a second!

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      2. There’s Broward County again!

        Does the Deep State/CIA/whomever have some sort of control center there? From which they are able to conduct clean-up and other controls?

        Sure seems like a lot of stuff happens there.

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        1. Aubergine, when I was young and single, living in Miami/Ft.Laud, I honestly thought the guys at the alphabet agencies placed my phone number on a bathroom wall. Those guys were EVERYWHERE.

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    2. I have one article bookmarked about this incident, which took place at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood airport. Unfortunately, because I am in Europe, I cannot access it as the Anchorage paper is not yet compliant with the six-month old data requirements.

      Here it is. Suspect’s name was Esteban Santiago:


      Last August, he was sentenced to five consecutive life sentences plus 120 years, according to authorities:


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  3. This really is just amazing.

    The subject of ‘MK Ultra’ has been treated like it’s a wild-eyed conspiracy theory, by the media and the govt.
    And now…Q is giving us confirmation that it exists and is being used.

    I wonder if this is a precursor to releasing information on the various false flag events where a ‘crazed shooter’ went on a shooting spree?
    I hope so!

    In that Veritas video, Scott Foval mentioned how they used mentally ill people for their schemes.
    I think it was Scott Foval who mentioned it, and not Bob Creamer.

    It would be so epic, if the white hats and our VSG Potus were to hit ‘them’ from all sides…all at once…on all fronts.

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    1. Vigilant citizen has a number of articles about MK, many in relation to Hollyweird and the “entertainment” industry, the latest of which involves Kayne West, and a host of other wobbly celebrities… well worth a read, even if a few grains of salt are needed along the way (check out “Sinister Sites” for a new look at old buildings…).


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      1. From the linked article
        …”Monarch mind control is named after the Monarch butterfly – an insect who begins its life as a worm (representing undeveloped potential) and, after a period of cocooning (programming) is reborn as a beautiful butterfly (the Monarch slave).”…

        Please see my post above citing Imelda’s treatment in 1958. Here’s what she’s quoted as saying:

        …”like a butterfly breaking out of a cocoon”… Imelda on her treatment, according to Katherine Ellison in Imelda: Steel Butterfly of the Phillipines, Pg. 53.


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      2. Not aware of the Theta aspect of this prior to reading the article. But even though I was aware of much of this as a posibility, I keep coming up with one phrase. Holy shit!

        Also, the scary thing is, I couldn’t find any “ wrong” psychological thinking or premises in the article, and I looked for them. Once again… Holy shit. This is filed in my file of Things I Don’t Want To Believe Our Gov Does. Presenting this to the general populace will be nearly impossible. I wish I still had connections to a few of my former Psych Profs.


    2. “I wonder if this is a precursor to releasing information on the various false flag events where a ‘crazed shooter’ went on a shooting spree?”

      It does make you wonder, doesn’t it? Otherwise why tell us? This seems the most likely reason.

      And yes, I love whoever said that earlier that it would be a fabulous way to use Cloward-Piven on THEM! Just bombard the heck out of them and they wouldn’t even know where to focus first.

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      1. Yes, absolutely…use Cloward&Piven on Them.

        The bombardment from all sides would also overwhelm the media’s ability to create quick counter-narratives, like they always do, to downplay and dismiss anything damaging to the Dems.

        It would be like pulling back the curtain…and showing who the Wizard really is.
        The normies would get red-pilled.
        Well, most of them would…there are always going to be some diehards who will believe whatever the Enemedia tells them.

        I have wondered for a long time, if Timothy McVeigh and Terry Nichols had been ‘messed with’…by someone.

        There were just so many odd things about the Murray Bldg Bombing that just didn’t make sense.
        McVeigh and Nichols were both veterans.

        Bill Clinton swooped into town with his fake sorrowful speech immediately afterward…and right on cue, blamed all the militia groups.
        But McVeigh and Nichols were not members of any militia groups.
        The Clintons had a phobia about militia groups.

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        1. Yeah. It was all about militias…and Rush Limbaugh. I remember.

          And boy, that would sure not surprise me to find out that McVeigh and Nichols had been mentally messed with. It fits a pattern/profile that I wasn’t aware of back then. It is only now, looking back, that we have to wonder.

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      1. Even if it is out of date, it might be worth it. All I know about it is what little I’ve gotten from the History Channel 🙂 so anything you feel you could add to our understanding would be helpful. In my opinion.

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      2. I hope you do share your knowledge of MK, WM and that it will be searchable in case I miss it. Haven’t figured out a way to create more hours in the day and have not been able to spend time here lately so am way behind….appreciate this space and your efforts to keep it lively!


      1. Thanks, Churchmouse!

        So yeah, it was Scott Foval who said that about using mentally ill people “to do things”.

        I wonder what these guys have been up to since then.
        And what are they doing now?

        O’Keefe called them “dark operatives”.
        That almost seems too polite.

        This video pisses me off even more Now than it did before.

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    1. Last night, one of the hosts at Patriots Soapbox made the connection that this research is going on at Johns Hopkins University.

      Where RBG had her operation …

      Couple this, with what Q said about RBG, and the picture begins to come into focus …

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        1. Thanks Mary –

          Yes, I recognize that doctor’s name from my 8chan reading last night.

          And I can well imagine that a “PR” person would be used to interface with the media, rather than the doctor herself (I believe the Dr is a she, yes?). Mustn’t let anything slip!

          I still find it difficult to accept that RBG passed Senate confirmation by 97-3! With HER documented positions?

          To me, the real confirmation is that the Senate at least has been entirely compromised for the past 25 years, since 1993 or so. This is when Bubba got elected. What a coincidence …

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    2. Nope – sorry – this Luddite wants NOTHING implanted in HER brain – not by ANYONE!!!! These “scientists” cannot be trusted, IMO, particularly working with DARPA! Evil has invaded EVERYTHING!!!!

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    3. Oh, Wheatietoo I saw that and my first thought was that “they” bring things out through a channel of “improving the quality of life” so everyone is conditioned to it being good and the funding is secured before they move forward to their core intention of control.

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  4. The Anons make screencaps of these articles that Q links to…to archive them, in case they later get scrubbed.

    This is the Sun article that Q posted in No. 2663.
    It’s long…and Wolfie, if you think it’s too long, feel free to delete it.

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  5. Is the CIA really that unaccountable or does it just seem that way to outsiders. If there are those who’s responsibility is to keep it in check, do they look the other way to give themselves denyability.

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    1. “who’s responsibility is to keep it in check”

      They get compromised and blackmailed, to keep the funding spigot flowing, and to forestall any actions against them.

      Like the LV Senator scene in Godfather II … but on an industrial scale.

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  6. Still reeling from the idea that Q is talking about MK Ultra as a matter of fact. The revelation to come are going to shock/scare people. The backlash may be severe. Perhaps a call for a new kind of government… which would further destabilize the world. No wonder we are going slowly.

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    1. “No wonder we are going slowly.”

      Exactly! Trust the plan! It makes sense.

      I am very relieved about this MK reveal, because it means my knowledge – which was not obtained officially, is no longer much of a threat to anybody, or a risk to me. I also feel less inclined to reveal it in detail, because the only real reason to do so was to help STOP these MK murders for gun control and politics.

      That has to happen. The MK murders have to stop.

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      1. Might be best to hold off on any reveals…wait and see what happens.

        The Q-team must have had a good reason for posting this about MKU at this time.
        Let’s see what unfolds.

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        1. ” The Q-team must have had a good reason for posting this about MKU at this time. ”
          Might have been a little warning to back off. I’d sort of got the impression they were playing against the Q team.

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  7. I’ve had my head buried in Q stuff for hours and I still need to drill down into the MK Ultra stuff. But right now I need to take a break and get away from it for a few hours. My head is spinning.

    There was so much stuff in these Q drops over the last few days I feel like I can’t see the forest for the trees. The Maggie tweets are jaw dropping to me. WTH? That woman is in trouble and would be wise to avoid Fort Marcy Park or similar venues.

    And I’m trying to work out the RBG stuff. Why bring her up unless she is literally at death’s door or already dead? I can only suppose it was to remind us of what is already known about her pervy self and her Commie ways so that when her death is announced and the Left loses it’s sh!t we’ll be prepared. An innoculation of sorts against the extreme reaction I expect from them. If people start talking about it we can say, yeah, too bad about the old gal but say did you know she wanted children to be able to “consent” to sex? That might shut some of it down. Maybe.

    Okay, my head is stuffed full and cannot hold one more thought. Back later.

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    1. Wait, one last thought. I was half expecting some big announcement today from Camp David after the watch and the pen. But nothing. I forgot about that in all of the information that dropped. Hmm….

      I expect it will be about The Wall.

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      1. We’re coming up on the first paychecks being missed, I could see PDJT taking the (perceived) high road, ending the shutdown, blaming the Dems for it then declaring the national emergency to pull funding for it from last years Omnibus/defense allocation.

        Then as they clamor about it not being a national emergency and file lawsuits, drop a few INFO-MOABS, on them – or go the total shock and all we have talked about earlier.

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  8. One more thought before I go. The Q Drop about Dersh. I’m not sure if I’m even posting this in the right place, now, but within Praying Medic’s lengthy thread about the recent Q drops he devotes a bunch to Dersh, starting with this one, and going up to #143. He talks about Dersh being part of PDJT’s legal team. Wha???? I swear I had NOT heard that before. If anyone has anything to add or clarify about that, I’d be grateful.

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    1. Can’t tell if Q meant for Dersh to get in line to be handcuffed, or to get in line of people with Proof-positive information that will put the others in handcuffs.

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    2. Q drop 1132 back on April 11, 2018 was speculated to be a public record of “Alan” (Dershowitz(?)) joining the White Hats in someway, possibly as a legal resource although I think as a witness is also a possibility.

      Also on qmap.pub drop 1132 is given a tag/label –

      “Alan Dershowitz joins POTUS Legal Team”

      but that is a decode/interpretation of the qmap people, not direct from Q. But maybe Praying Medic is referencing their decode.

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  9. i know it’s just a movie, but in Conspiracy Theory, whenever a “subject” felt triggered/out of control, they sought to hold a copy of a book (Catcher in the Rye ?) to make them feel better. Since every book has a BAR CODE it could immediately be traced thru the system and the handlers would have a starting point…devious, isn’t it?
    But seeing that in the movie, I thought OMG–that’s so POSSIBLE isn’t it?

    one other small point…the handlers subscribed to the newsletter of the target to keep track of what he knew–and when they determined he was getting close to the truth, they sought to eliminate him. But one of the things that convinced the target’s friend that he wasn’t crazy? the target’s other subscribers met with untimely deaths at the same time…

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    1. not sure if you were familiar with the “catcher” stuff before the mel gibson movie, but it was never really secret – but just put off as, well, you know another conspiracy theory… so make of it what you will. i had no doubt after reading the book myself close to 30 years ago that there was something strange about it, but at that time had no knowledge of it being a “thing” for shooters.

      wikipedia even mentions it of course in the book entry:

      Several shootings have been associated with Salinger’s novel, including Robert John Bardo’s murder of Rebecca Schaeffer and John Hinckley Jr.’s assassination attempt on Ronald Reagan. Additionally, after fatally shooting John Lennon, Mark David Chapman was arrested with a copy of the book that he had purchased that same day, inside of which he had written: “To Holden Caulfield, From Holden Caulfield, This is my statement”

      rebecca schaeffer while the name might not come right to memory is another interesting story. her father was a psychologist, she attended the prestigious Professional Childrens School in NYC which has graduated MANY hollywood celebs, oh and she was a big supporter of “thursday’s child” which is a non profit of course, specializing in many “children’s issues”:


      note the butterfly imagery there as well.

      one not listed there is “child traffiking” which is on their main page and on other pages. strangely they have no less than 4 “self storage” companies listed on their “Contributors” list… i don’t think i’ve seen so many self storage companies sponsoring something before…


  10. hmmm… Wonder if MK Ultra could be used as an excuse (even legitimately) for the more mundane tasks?….

    Say, the media doin what they are doing, or politicians?

    Get out of jail free card?

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    1. From what I know, it definitely CAN be used for more mundane tasks, and I believe IS used for more mundane tasks.

      If you CAN increase the chance of success of ANY operation by 10% using MK conditioning of one or more participants, and the economics of the entire venture warrant it, and ethical concerns are met according to the standards of the players, then why not?

      The thing is, I believe that SOME operations are not even POSSIBLE without MK.

      The problem from MY limited point of view is that the ethics of Stalinists like our Democrat Communists are quite different from MY ethics. They are willing to use MK shooters and MK-spawned mass casualty events for their purposes. Innocent people dying is the price of “progress” – they do it without questioning it.

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      1. WM, it seems that the success planning of these tasks, ventures, events focuses in general on successful outcomes they are seeking with absolutely no consideration for humans as more than a disposable useful tool.


  11. FWIW…

    I was a HUGE Ultraman fan as a kid (as well as all the “Godzilla Universe” Japanese monster movies.

    I tolerated Johnny Osaka’s Robot, but I considered it a cheap imitation of Ultraman.

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  12. Have you ever seen this?

    One of the Anons posted this over at Qresearch, in a discussion about mind control.
    I had not seen this before.

    It is just…bizarre.


    People have said for years, that Bill was just a willing puppet…and that it was Hillary who was running things.

    I remember she was always quick to call it a “co-presidency”.
    Which was irksome to me…because she was not elected, she was too unlikeable to get elected.

    But it was bizarre how she handled his ‘bimbo eruptions’.

    It was like she was okay with him fooling around…it was when it made the news that she got pissed off.
    She attacked the women, like they were the problem.

    Anyway…this footage is from 1992, during the Bush/Clinton election.

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      1. I was thinking the same thing. Talk about a test of MK – there was “eye-dodge” all over this here cowboy, years later in black-and-white, looking at her BACK, and Beelzebubba himself didn’t even look at TEA EYE TEA shoved in his face.


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    1. It makes me want to rap on his skull with my knuckles and say, “Hello? HELLO? Anybody in there?”

      Very odd. Bill was always Mr. Charm, especially with women. But his eyes! He didn’t even look at her. Where’s the twinkle in the eyes, the flirty grin? Nothing????

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    2. OK – I’m going to state things – use AND logic – these do not all have to be mutually exclusive (XOR)….

      – Bill Clinton looks more than merely focused – he appears to be in a trance state
      – People can self-induce trance states
      – Other people can induce trance states
      – We expect him to be focused before a speech
      – Preparing to give a speech may look like that
      – We expect him to “hold still” so the on-camera make-up people can pick lint, comb hair, etc.
      – He looks like me at the barber (I’m particularly good at staying still and ignoring the barber)
      – People who know how to “relax” at the barber may find that state very enjoyable
      – At several points, it looks like there is whispering of something
      – During on-screen makeup would be the best time to whisper something
      – I believe that the primary use of MK is to make people focused – to reinforce behaviors
      – People can volunteer for an MK conditioning program not realizing all that it may entail
      – People who enter MK involuntarily may wrongly rationalize it was voluntary if they gain awareness
      – I don’t think this constitutes proof of MK, but it does not rule it out
      – MK could, in my opinion, have been used to help Bill Clinton be “more electable”
      – MK conditioning could be extremely helpful in a debate
      – Many candidates would volunteer for such a program – Bill Clinton tops the list
      – BC becoming POTUS had huge WW implications
      – A huge, expensive MK program is justified by the implications of BC becoming POTUS
      – What was whispered to BC would most likely sound “normal but creepy” if MK was used

      A voice in my head is saying “GET MOAR POPCORN” 😉

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      1. His eyes arent blinking but they are half lidded also. And focused in one spot, never moving. Date of this would be helpful to fill on a schedule. I suppose mind control includes trigger words and phrases. If any footage around this time can be found, plus audio, one maybe can see cued behavior changes, plus a handler, or 2.

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    Q is up and posting, on a Monday morning, third day in a row !!!:

    Q !!mG7VJxZNCI ID: e52681 No.4643496 📁
    Jan 7 2019 08:38:27 (EST)
    “With all of the success that our Country is having, including the just released jobs numbers which are off the charts, the Fake News & totally dishonest Media concerning me and my presidency has never been worse. Many have become crazed lunatics who have given up on the TRUTH! The Fake News will knowingly lie and demean in order make the tremendous success of the Trump Administration, and me, look as bad as possible. They use non-existent sources & write stories that are total fiction. Our Country is doing so well, yet this is a sad day in America! The Fake News Media in our Country is the real Opposition Party. It is truly the Enemy of the People! We must bring honesty back to journalism and reporting!”
    Compare & Contrast.
    Ring a Bell?
    Think Drop Yesterday.
    >New narrative created
    >Refusal to provide coverage of successes
    Why is this important?
    Sometimes making a connection leads to uncovering ……

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    1. Q !!mG7VJxZNCI ID: e52681 No.4643565 📁
      Jan 7 2019 08:44:12 (EST)
      Anonymous ID: 49ef84 No.4643371 📁
      Jan 7 2019 08:17:42 (EST)
      IMG_20190107_184514.jpg ⬇

      Screenshot_20190107-184333_01.png ⬇

      Read the pics related together. So mirrory.
      A (you) for Q.
      The reason why we are here, however, this is incomplete and missing the 3rd Tweet.

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  14. Q:

    Q !!mG7VJxZNCI ID: f77488 No.4644164 📁
    Jan 7 2019 09:35:53 (EST)
    Anonymous ID: 023771 No.4644100 📁
    Jan 7 2019 09:32:41 (EST)
    ClipboardImage.png ⬇

    Mornin’ Q.
    First time in more than 25 years?
    Morning, Patriot.

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  15. This media thing is interesting. PDJT has hit them, hard, from the beginning. And I’m glad that he did and continues to do so as they are horrible and deserve worse than the way he treats them, frankly.

    But it has been interesting, too, to observe. The whole “Enemy of the People” thing that really irks the talking heads. But he doesn’t let up, no matter how tight they clutch their pearls. You might think he would leave “Enemy of the People” out of his routine given how much garbage he has taken for it, but nope, he keeps it up.

    PDJT is very honest. He must have something “Enemy of the People” level or he wouldn’t keep saying that. I don’t think this is hyperbole or exaggeration, not given Q’s drops and those absolutely mindblowing Maggie Haberman coded tweets.

    I’ve got to try to get some more sleep if I can but I am dying to know. Something’s coming. Let’s see, what’s that saying? When you see the light at the end of the tunnel it just might be THE TRAIN?

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  16. the fact that Ruthie is missing arguments now–weeks after her surgery–sure casts doubt on the fact that she was able to vote and think logically right after her surgery/fall now doesn’t it?

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    1. It sure does. And that was quite a “coincidence” that Q would drop that bit about her this weekend and here Monday morning rolls around and she is out sick. Oh, I mean, working from home.

      I would bet she doesn’t return.

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          1. Sylvia, my thoughts ran to McCain song, second verse. Remember that blood clot turned into a cancerous tumor and now it seems RBG’s broken ribs shifted to lung cancer. Why change the tune when the first verse played out so well publicly? LOL

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            1. Wow, that’s right! I was thinking about how we didn’t see McCain for the last several months (as I was wondering how it was even POSSIBLE he was still alive) except through his “spokesman.”

              I thought they will do the same with RBG. She won’t be seen again, we’ll just hear from her “spokesman.”

              But you’re absolutely right, the scenario started out the same way, didn’t it? Fascinating. Almost as if it was some kind of boilerplate narrative…

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              1. McStain didn’t get to vote by remote control, though.

                So that’s the big difference here with RBG.

                She shouldn’t be allowed to phone in her votes.
                If we don’t let Senators do it…then SC Justices shouldn’t get to do it either.

                If this were a conservative Justice, the DNCmedia would be screaming for him/her to step down.

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              2. You are so right, both about the voting and that if this were a conservative justice there would be hell to pay.

                Once again, I have to wonder WTF is with Roberts? Surely as Chief Justice he has some control over this? He must think this is just fine. Or, of course, he’s blackmailed.

                In which case he should do the honorable thing and resign.

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  17. We should demand ‘proof of life’ on Justice Ginsberg.

    She is not doing her job!
    If this were a conservative Justice that was MIA…the Dems would be demanding that they step down!

    Her doctors have given us no assurances that Ginsberg will ever be healthy enough to resume her duties…have they?

    It’s just weird and suspicious, the way there is a movie out about Ginsberg…making her out to be some saintly creature…when she is far from it.
    The woman thinks that sex with children is okay!

    If she can’t do her job…she should retire. Period.

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    1. i think the movie was to create an interest in her life before her death–they need another week long distraction—is anybody really going to be devastated if Harry Reed passes? some might–but if they can get young people interested in Ruthie–create a following–then she passes–well then they may have another reason to control the news cycle for more than a week.

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        1. Let’s see—one conservative Justice falls face-first into his pillow and suffocates (please, spare me the details if that explanation isn’t entirely correct!!)—and the liberal Justice has nine lives???

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            1. Yes, and thanks NE—I knew that, but was trying to be a little humorous!!! Okay, it wasn’t much, and it will take too long to look for it ( the humor that is!). Great link—appreciate it!

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            2. Will you people ever stop? It was a pillow on his head, not his face! As in the top of his head (the hairy part). He died of a heart attack because he had sleep apnea and DID NOT USE his CPAP breathing machine.

              I have COPD/apnea and I have been told by several doctors that failure to use the machine is very dangerous to my life and also that as the COPD progresses, it causes a heart attack usually during sleep.

              Scalia would have been told these same things yet he did not use his machine the night he died, according to the same person who described the pillow. He most likely committed suicide because he was a very sick man (physically) and I speculate he was tired of the struggle to live.

              If you are so convinced he was murdered, file a FOIA for his medical records.


    2. She may be too proud and stubborn or now too incapacitated, to resign.

      Wonder what legal remedy the American Constitution provides for such circumstances?

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    3. Maybe someone will hold a mirror under her nose and if there is no reflection and she can’t fog up the mirror, she should definitely retire.

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  18. This is just too funny!

    “In 1991, Barack Obama was 29 years old and about to graduate from Harvard Law School. That year, he penned a paper with his buddy Robert Fisher called “Race and Rights Rhetoric” where he summed up the average American mindset in one rather brutal and prescient sentence: “I may not be Donald Trump now, but just you wait; if I don’t make it, my children will.”

    That excerpt of that previously unpublished law school paper, and much more, is inside Rising Star: The Making of Barack Obama, the behemoth new 1,460-page biography of Obama that focuses on his early years. Although the New York Times called the book “a bloated, tedious and… ill-considered book that is in desperate need of editing, and way more exhausting than exhaustive,” it has at least a few interesting tidbits, including a young Obama’s thoughtful analysis of the American psyche’s Trumpian desires.”


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    1. it can’t be much of a biography, since Obama had all his papers/records/transcripts sealed—where are the verifying facts? no footnotes I bet…lol…nothing can be documented–so it’s pretty much fiction.
      and 1,460 pages???? pretentious.

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    2. NF You asked me earlier today if I had links to where I got my understanding of how our brains work. I read everything growing up and still do. You mentioned Dianetics by Hubbard. I read it and learned one thing from it that really helped me. Hubbard said that we tend to play the same tapes over and over in a relationship and that if we want to make a change, then we must recognize the tape, change our normal reaction to the opposite and both parties have to stop and think which breaks the tape. It works. Once the tape is broken, then we can have a real interaction. I know that muscle memory is real and scientifically verifiable now but I don’t remember it being in Hubbard’s books.

      I read The Power of Positive Thinking when I was a teenager and really made Peale’s ideas a primary factor in my life. I was surprised that President Trump is a strong believer in The Power of Positive Thinking. I could see that in him but I did not expect him to say how important it is to live by those ideas. Dr. Peale made Christ a focus of everything he taught.

      Science is getting up to speed with Neurogenesis and Neuroplasticity recently. This article has a link to Neuroplasticity by Schwartz that you might find interesting. http://mpichurch.org/2017/10/25/the-mind-of-christ-vs-the-fleshly-brain/

      I did very well in school but at home I was always made to feel that I was not good enough. I kept trying to understand what was wrong with me and discover how to be good enough. I read hundreds of books and articles about our mind and how it works. I did meditation for a while. I took classes in Actualizations and other such disciplines. They all turn out to be roads to nowhere.

      I thought it was so interesting that I ended up back where I started. I became a Christian at 11 and studied Scripture. I then studied everything else until I was 50. I finally got to the end of the science – so -called and came back to God and promised to believe Scripture and assume that if I didn’t understand it, then it was a sign of needed growth in me and not a sign that God should change to fit modern times.

      Science-so-called will never get to the truth because they want to leave God out of it. A few scientists are beginning to see that there is more to a human being than they will ever be able to explain without putting God first. I think their new terms are an admission of this fact. Neurogenesis and Neuroplasticity are just two. To me they express the understanding that In the Beginning God Created us and gave us the command to repent which simply means to change our mind and admit that He is God and we are not. We are to believe that God loves us, sent His Son Jesus to die to save us and sent His Holy Spirit to guide us and console us. When we know that, things just fall into their correct place and we are happy regardless of our circumstances.

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      1. Great post, Elizabeth. So much truth.

        “there is more to a human being than they will ever be able to explain”

        Right now, so-called “science” (the art of “seeing”) is almost COMPLETELY focused on the physical. On the brain, rather than also (and FIRST) on the mind. The bias is system-wide, and has hampered BIGLY the ability of scientists to make truly revolutionary breakthroughs.

        Put bluntly, the entire edifice of what scientists call “knowledge” is a bottom-up endeavor (i.e., physical first). Theology – the study of God – is the top-down approach (i.e., spiritual / mental first). Furthermore, when trying to attain understanding / knowledge – when trying to find ORDER – this top-down approach comes FIRST. So, scientists have it backwards!

        This is what I’ve concluded, using all the wits and wisdom, all the IQ and EQ, that I possess.

        One must BELIEVE first (optical thinking), and study that. Only afterward may one study DISBELIEF (critical thinking), and be able to put such disbelief in the proper context: SUBJUGATE to belief.

        IMO, of course …

        Thanks for your post!

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        1. ES I totally agree.
          I have come to the conclusion that if a scientist does not believe in God, he is not very intelligent. In the 1950’s our medical establishment decided that if they just jacked us up like a car and changed, repaired or replaced parts, then we would be just fine. Our churches got rid of those old fashioned fairy tales called miracles and gave us a world without out love or supernatural happenings.

          Anyone who can live in this world and not see God working is not paying attention to basics.
          We are a miracle and we live in a miracle.

          Scientists cannot produce life. All they can do is produce more and more complicated explanations and theories of how this all magically happened one day by accident.
          I was explaining their belief in the Big Bang Theory to my son when he was 40 and telling him that God created the world. He was telling me that he was taught the Big Bang Theory in school and what I was saying was totally wrong and is not what they taught.

          A week later Discovery channel had a program on about the Big Bang Theory and we watched it together. It was interesting to watch his dismay as they were explaining the theory. He just kept saying, “That is the stupidest thing I ever heard”. He ended up agreeing that God did create the universe. He was very bright and was a mechanic. He knew that if you just throw a bunch of dust into a space and wait, a car does not drive out all assembled and functioning.

          He died two years later. I was glad he got to see that truth before he died. It was a blessing.

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          1. “He ended up agreeing that God did create the universe.”

            It’s definitional, IMO. In fact, I believe that God IS the universe.

            In this light, it’s kinda tough for scientists to achieve the discovery of their “holy grail”, the “theory-of-everything” (among other names), without acknowledging the WHOLE universe. God.

            I find this belief of mine to simplify, and to resolve, many of the arguments between scientists and theologians.

            I remember seeing a PBS special from a few years ago, posted on YT, which presented a debate between a couple renowned scientists (physicist “Krauss” was one), and a couple renowned theologians. (I’ll dig for it, and post, if I find it!)

            Unfortunately, the theologians were inept – for the most part – during the debate. And, the moderators – while not SO intrusive – didn’t help. Even though Krauss was arrogant and cock-sure as all get-out, he still “won” the night, when measured by how many of the audience changed their minds from their beginning positions, to their end positions.

            Overall, I was very disappointed. I believe that had I been there, I would have ROASTED Krauss. Assuming, of course, that the spotlight wouldn’t have affected me too strongly! If you’ve ever been on stage, in front of many eyes (as I have a few times), you’ll know what I mean.

            I’ll look for that debacle-debate now … it’s worth the whole ~90min or so. I hope it hasn’t been YT deleted – I suspect not, for it reached the wrong (and so, promoted by PBS) conclusion.

            “I was glad”

            For your sake, and for his, so am I. You both found the light! Many do not …

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            1. I found it!

              It’s from the series “Intelligence Squared” – 2012, I think – and it’s just under 110 minutes long.

              If you have a mind to, check it out, and see if your conclusions about it align with mine, in the main.

              It’s blasphemous title is “Science Refutes God”.

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              1. And, Krauss’ debate partner is a guy named Michael Schermer (sp?), who was a regular columnist for Scientific American, and is an unapologetic atheist. I subscribed (for diversion / entertainment) to SciAm for over a decade, and was repulsed by his arrogance and sophistry.

                One on the other side is Dinesh D’Souza – before his debate skills were sufficiently solidified and honed.

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        2. Suggest staying away from Dianetics and scientology, which is a fraud and has ripped off a lot of people I know big-time and enslaved their minds.

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      2. You are a blessed person. For the record, what part of your life would you fix or delete, if you could?

        Yeah, it’s a trick question. I always say that if I changed anything then I wouldn’t be here with you (the questioner) and that wouldn’t be good.

        Never fails to make that person feel good and be quieter. 🙂

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        1. pgroup, As hard as it is and as much as it hurts, God uses it all for good. I wouldn’t be here with you if he had done it differently. I thought I signed up to be a snowflake and ended up getting Navy Seal training. People say, “You are such a strong woman.” That was not what I expected when I signed up but I did know that God had a purpose and a plan for my life and I got stronger as He trained me. I don’t feel strong in my own power but
          Philippians 4:13 – I can do all things through Christ which strengtheneth me.

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        2. Pgroup, great answer. I know in my case, though I admit I’ve questioned the Lord at times, he planned every inch of my life in order to grow me and bring me to where He wants me.

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          1. Zoe, He says He will not give you more than you can bear, but I have had that discussion with Him a few times because I thought I would not be able to bear it but here I am and better for the training.

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      3. Elizabeth, I actually took some courses offered by Scientology in CA. Don’t recall the name exactly but I knew nothing of the background of Scientology and actually found a lot of value in the teachings which I am sure was all entry level stuff which I used in business management practices to expand my business. I still have the books/tapes, etc somewhere and later when I found information about the deeper parts, I knew I likely didn’t come in contact with any of that as I did not present myself as a candidate to submit to being controlled.


      4. “Whatever the mind of man can conceive and believe, he can achieve”, Norman Vincent Peale. I think from his Think and Grow Rich book. Without knowing, I was blessed to have my College Management teacher make this required reading.
        I highly suggest Dr. Caroline Leaf, she is a Godly neuroscientist who has proven how the brain functions directly corresponds to the Bible. Using the Word, she demonstrates how to delete the old “tapes”, and grow new healthy pathways physically in the brain.

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    1. Enjoy The Simulation! God is in control!

      Seriously, that phrase “God is in control” was a favorite of one of the most influential pastors I ever learned from. I asked him some of the hardest questions with metaphysical implications he could ever have to answer, and he was like Trump – no flinching about the downside. In the long run, those answers became profound convincers and explainers of reality for me.

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  19. Been wandering around throughout workday, thinking about MKUltra and how people are recruited for various Alphabet agencies. Something Wolfie mentioned earlier, about Ham radio, triggered me, thinking…
    Are young people targeted and recruited or do natural interests lead them into alphabet agencies?
    More like a nature or nurture argument….

    When I was in high school, we had a job fair in October/November of senior year. High school was enormous, almost 5K+ students, and 1169 in graduating class. Job Fair attendance was mandatory and we all received a printout of 6 booths to visit based on who we were/qualifications, etc.
    Think about that kind of tracking in the late 70’s…..
    The gym was crowded but we were happy to be out of class. I reported to my specific ‘booths’, various companies popular in the region and southern USA. One booth was CIA and another was FBI. When I got to the CIA booth, there were only about 6 kids there, whereas across the gym, there might be 50-100 at one location. Here’s the weird part, I knew all of those 6 kids, well, in a school that large. One of them was my long-term boyfriend, one was my debate partner, another was “Weird Wayne” from physics whom I constantly defended.
    When we all arrived at the same booth for the scheduled time, we were thinking the same thing, ‘Why us and why are we all here?” Pretty strange.

    We were all interviewed privately. The guy who interviewed me opened a file and had copies of my ACT, transcript, and my ASVAB test, all my French notes, plus a lot of notes he had written. Of the 7, 4 of us received offers of 3/4 scholarship at Georgetown and internship at CIA.
    After that, we talked about the idea, trying to work through the finances. Would we all get an apartment and share? How could we afford to move to DC? My parents had a heart attack at the idea I would move to DC with my boyfriend and I was only 16 at graduation. Deal was killed for me, immediately, and I forgot all about it.
    Strange part – my boyfriend ended up as an elect engineer who designs retrofits for black helos, in Annapolis/Silver Springs. My debate partner ended up as a Colonel. Weird Wayne majored in everything he could touch.
    Isn’t it strange how kids/adults self-select?
    I mean, 40yrs later, I’m hanging out with you guys…..
    I’m thinking you all probably have similar stories.
    Pretty odd.

    Flash forward a generation.
    Son did well in a freshman high school Stem class, won state competitions, placed nationally. A Congressman nominated him to a tri-state leadership ‘thingy’, which he LOVED. From there, he was picked up for an honor society, one thing led to another, and soon, he was the state ambassador. Okay, fine. Between soph/junior year, we went to his national convention at Rice in Houston. Morning welcome meeting, over 1000 kids + parents, went well. Parents were soon shuffled off for tea and cookies and dismissed. Some kids/parents were staying in a single hotel, but we were staying with friends. I arranged to pick up my son at a specific time – to get him ready for their evening dance at Rice.
    I was there at the scheduled time – no son.
    I waited and watched the kids pour out or go up to their hotel bus.
    15 minutes – everyone cleared out – No son.
    Finally, I went in and asked. I wasn’t ‘worried’ about him, more like curious. After all, it would take Ninjas to kidnap my kid and even a group of Ninjas would grow impatient and probably throw him back.
    Imagine my surprise when……
    A snotty matron informed me the “CIA WORKSHOP” was going exceptionally well and was running a little late. She also told me 18 of the kids were “targeted” (she used the word targeted) and selected for that workshop, implying it was some big ‘honor’ and I should take a seat and shut up.
    I waited, staring at other parents who were probably thinking the same thing. Another 30+ minutes ticked by, and I struck up a convo with several of the parents. They were from all over, one from Norway, many were foreign nationals. Finally, the kids emerged with about 6 suit types, one was the older guy, rest were younger. Everyone was laughing and happy.
    My son was beaming. He walked out, arm in arm, with the young woman who would become his first serious girlfriend. She was fluent in 4 languages and had a TRUE photographic memory. Cute as a bug.
    Self selection.
    Weird, huh?

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