Finding Genius

Psychological profiles:

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Benji, leader of an eco-terrorist faction called “The East” is the kind of person who is never dissuaded from doing something once he has made up his mind. A great quality in a leader. I admire his workmanship, “we have a lot of work to do” he says. A bum, a transient who finds purpose in harassing big business. His group eats trash, sleeps in an abandoned derelict house in the woods, conduct odd rituals around bathing and eating. In their basement is a set of computers and equipment for communicating with other factions around the globe. At the end of the movie, Benji needs to get out of the country, and drives to a certain truck stop and signals to a “trucker” by flashing his lights. He is obviously well connected, and knows how to escape cleanly. He probably knows where to get fake I.D.’s and money never seems to be a problem for him. He has beat the system, can go anywhere, do anything, but is not content to sit on a beach in Malibu sipping a Mai Tai.  He is compelled to change the world, and lives in relative squalor. And that is why there is a story attached to him.


There is a bit of a Crake connection here. Crake is a genius of science who later becomes charismatic, controlling, manipulative. But he wasn’t always the leader type. He grew up shy and awkward. Benji is not technically savvy but is a genius at surviving and staying one step ahead of the Feds. He is a leader, but unlike Crake lets his followers make their own decisions. In a sense he is selfless, talking to him is like talking to a Smart Mirror, you end up finding yourself, in him. You ask him a question and he finds a way of getting you to answer it yourself. This proves far more effective than if he had provided his own opinion. At times this makes him sort of invisible, Nowhere Man, a mystery.

Operation PortKey

ellen-page-14615Meet Ellen Page. A runaway. A rebel. Fierce spirit.

Packs up and leaves one night after step dad drunkely hits mom…Picked up by a group of drifters, drunks, living in old boxcars at the old train yard.  One of those drunks happened to be Alex Skasgard, a man with a past. Used to be a top scientist who had a falling out with mainstream community. Now he is being psychically attacked by EMF pulses, or some type of sound weapon.


He is a former MIT engineer, fired for unruly actions and now closely monitored by the NWO, as he knows too much insider information. He is the designer builder, hacker, and one of the Three Pillars behind the Operation. 

He takes a special liking to her, wishes to show her around.  He calls Henry, who turns out to be a jovial redhead, Irish looking fellow who pulls up in a  blue Beetle, takes them out into the country, grasslands, farms and prairies, they pull into a homestead, white plain lookin’ house amid brown grass, this was July and everything was dry as a bone, the crickets didn’t seem to mind, none. Alex knocks. A young woman opens the door, they hug.

The young woman happened to be Jennifer Lawrence, fierce hunter tracker, a the-hunger-games-katniss-everdeen-33327919-348-500real Katniss. In her troubled past she was a sex slave who escaped from captivity. Now rogue she trains in martial arts and weaponry. She uses her anger at her rapist captors to instill the drive to survive and hunt, for revenge. Female sex slave turned rogue assassin, and the second of the three pillars. She shakes hands with Ellen and doesn’t smile, but her eyes show some warmth, Ellen notices, or hopes to notice, anyway.

“We could always use more soldiers for our army,” she tells me, is se trying to sound reassuring?

The third pillar is sitting in bed, staring at the wall, a shorter nerdier Adrian Brody, lets just call him Adrian. Jennifer comes round and gives him a peck on the forehead. He is pale is sickly, looking.


He is a channeler, and a very good one. a sensitive, “i can pick up things, important information. my name is Adrian.” Dark-haired sorrowful looking boy, raised by an aunt and uncle in a small town. Adrian Brody with Lovecraft’s phobias and imagination. He is perhaps the most important of the three pillars, though they all agree to be equal.“We wouldn’t be anywhere without his…capabilities” Alex informs Ellen.

In the back drop of the fall of society, circa 2045

OPERATION Portkey consisting of the Three Pillars, we’re refugees of WW3, taking on the NWO. The world has exploded in violence beginning from the spark on 9/11.

“When things are at their worst, and the population has dropped by 2/3 of its 7 billion high point, they will launch Project Bluebeam.” Adrian has informed us, or the being speaking through him, anyway.

Ellen is informed about Bluebeam, that it was orchestrated through NASA and will impose the new world order with fake archeological discoveries, massive 3d global holographic shows that fit the images of the different religions of the world. they will eventually be seen to merge into  one – the infusion of the Anti-christ deity that will be the focus of the NWO. All this amid great upheaval caused by war, “natural” disaster and a staged holographic ‘ET invasion’  from which the Antichrist will be seen to ‘save us’.

‘They can display anything in the skies just as they can tap into brain functions to make it sound like God or Jesus or Krishna is talking to you. “This will be even easier if people are micro-chipped.” (Icke.)

Flying saucers landing on suburban lawns, little greys coming out with laser guns, frying people on sight. – images of grey army beings harvested in some vast cavern nursery –

NWO armies rounding up dissenters, fleeing to communes, diety light show in the night skies. Voices being projected into people’s heads. The chaos before the Antichrist comes to control.

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