CIA Memories: a fragment of a novel

CIA Memories: a fragment of a novel

by Jon Rappoport

July 6, 2017

This is a fragment of a work-in-progress, a novel titled CIA Memories. I’ve been writing it, on and off, for almost 10 years now. This particular piece involves the creation of an archetype. Here it is:

Waverly. Some people at the Agency thought of him as a go-to guy, a problem solver. The trouble was he could be hard to find. Like a mother a lost child was looking for in a crowded mall. You never knew when he would show up. Or from where.

A few Agency folks thought of him as a twin. When he came around, they said he looked just like them. Hilarious.

My theory and understanding of Waverly is that he is a construct, a very complex one, who arose from numerous meetings and brainstorming sessions and conferences and secret chats.

The obsession to present problems and solve them at the Agency brought Waverly into being, unconsciously, as the problem solver. THEY CREATED HIM.

You could say he was a ghost or a sub-type, but when he walked into your office and sat down across from you and smiled, you were there with him. You didn’t want to be anywhere else. If you were the Night, he was the Day. And vice versa. He was what you didn’t have.

Sounds ridiculous, doesn’t it? But Waverly is that creature.

I’ve done my own research on this character, and I’ve come to even more extensive conclusions. Waverly is you, the reader. That’s right. You, who are reading this, were brought into being by the CIA. That’s a hard one to accept. I know. You’re Waverly, I’m Waverly, we’re all Waverly. We’re all virtual creatures created by the CIA.

And if we win our war against the Agency, what happens to Waverly? What happens to us? Do we disappear?

I don’t think so. Even though we started out as virtual, we’re not virtual anymore. We’ve grown into our own independent creatures, with will, with freedom, with intelligence, with imagination. We’re becoming more powerful, day by day.

As we become more powerful, the CIA becomes weaker. We are the solution the CIA has been looking for. The grand solution. But when that solution takes over, the problem goes away. The CIA is the problem and the problem generating machine. A SOLUTION DISPENSES WITH THE PROBLEM.

Once upon a time, there was a problem: how could humans get off the Earth? When airplanes were finally invented, the problem went away. It was no longer something people thought about.

On some level, the CIA is aware of the situation. On some level, they know they could go away. So they keep generating problems that need answers, any answers. It doesn’t matter how good or how crazy the solutions are. They have to keep that machine operating. They have to keep finding problems that need resolutions.

We, on the other hand, can create situations that get out ahead of the problems…

The CIA feeds intelligence to key groups and persons inside the government and in corporations. In other words, the Agency feeds problem after problem to the high echelons of control. The CIA is that type of consciousness. It is bent. It’s always been bent. It attracts people who are obsessed with dangerous problems and fantasies. Thus, Waverly came into being. He was a collective, and all of us were sprung from that collective…but now the trend has reversed. We have been separating. Each one of us.

Those who are interested in genuine definitions of sanity and insanity would do well to think about this.

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(To read about Jon’s mega-collection, Power Outside The Matrix, click here.)

Jon Rappoport

The author of three explosive collections, THE MATRIX REVEALED, EXIT FROM THE MATRIX, and POWER OUTSIDE THE MATRIX, Jon was a candidate for a US Congressional seat in the 29th District of California. He maintains a consulting practice for private clients, the purpose of which is the expansion of personal creative power. Nominated for a Pulitzer Prize, he has worked as an investigative reporter for 30 years, writing articles on politics, medicine, and health for CBS Healthwatch, LA Weekly, Spin Magazine, Stern, and other newspapers and magazines in the US and Europe. Jon has delivered lectures and seminars on global politics, health, logic, and creative power to audiences around the world. You can sign up for his free NoMoreFakeNews emails here or his free OutsideTheRealityMachine emails here.

4 comments on “CIA Memories: a fragment of a novel

  1. Greg C. says:

    Beautiful – becoming obsessed with problems is indeed a symptom of a bent consciousness. There are some people, that once they become aware of a problem, such as globalism and all its tentacles, want to spend all their time exploring it, researching it. What a waste. Don’t dig deeper, dig upwards out of the pile of crap to find sunlight. Don’t assume that all problems require difficult solutions and all the time and brainpower you can muster. We live in a holographic reality, meaning that all parts are contained within each part. You don’t need to fix everything, just one or two important things.

    • Tampa Dave says:

      I think that is exactly what a CIA troll would say. Don’t dig, just assume there is a simple answer, and someone else will find it. Stop digging around in our back garden! Nothing to be found there, go back to your tv!

      The first step to solving a problem is admitting there is a problem. You’re saying the 2nd step is NOT looking deeper at the problem, it is to ignore it, “bliss out” instead. I’m calling “male bovine solid waste” on that.

      • Tampa Dave says:

        “We shall not cease from exploration, and the end of all our exploring will be to arrive where we started and know the place for the first time.”

      • Greg C. says:

        No, my meaning is a bit more nuanced than that. I’m saying, don’t make digging your mission. Don’t make it your duty to understand the entire workings of the network – know every name connected with it, dates, history, connections, financing, etc. I’m saying, once you have sufficient knowledge, do something else – to disconnect from its influence, to discover that you are indeed the antidote, if you can tap into your own creative and energetic powers, and become your own local influence for good. For instance, one inspiring teacher can undo years of TV programming on a young mind. One organic gardener can inspire many people to quit eating at McDonalds. Then, those people are ready to understand the kind of world they live in. Before, they were trapped in their mind control, or their poison food addictions. Far from “blissing out,” then antidote is active, but it’s stuck operating exclusively in investigative mode – creating an ever-expanding knowledge of the problem that will then seem so overwhelming, that there is nothing left to do but keep digging.

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