posted on Aug, 26 2003 @ 11:11 PM
‘SimonGray’ was born out of wedlock to a woman in Bristol, England in the summer of 1959. His father, a well-connected, married, businessman who had
once worked for MI6, asked her to move out to the country, with child, and take residence as one of the maids on his estate. While there, Simon was
closely tutored and watched by his father, who, though he never revealed his true identity as the boy’s sire, prepared the man to be for a life in
service of the government. Exacting, disciplined, and stentorian, the senior gentleman carved Simon into a human manifestation of encyclopedic
knowledge enslaved to the idea of serving the kingdom. Despite all of his intellectual progress, however, Simon felt detached and sullen as a young
man, having never been able to experience the direct love of a father… Nor extract any information from his mother as to the origin of his bloodline.
Upon exceeding the academic achievements of his father’s acknowledged sons, who also lived on the estate, Simon was rejected by them as well. As his
mind grew sharper it also became colder, detached, unforgiving…
In his third year at Oxford, Simon was contacted and recruited by MI6, which was well aware of his true parentage. Working at first to spy on
communist leaning professors, the young man was eventually sent to the Secret Service station in Geneva, Switzerland. There, during the height of the
cold war, he began to perform missions in the field. These often revolved around installing, secretly, this or that surveillance device in the abode
of some Soviet double agent who was living among the resort towns of the Swiss Alps…
..Then, one night while skiing up to his target’s cabin, Simon was spotted by a hired Italian guard. What happened next was brief and nearly
soundless, but, when it was over, Simon was scarred, bloodied, and standing over a dead man.
…Moved, now, out of Switzerland, Simon became a handler for a German double agent in Berlin. Young, feminine, and beautiful, she soon captivated his
soul and heart…which had, for so long, been frozen, empty. In time, the two became lovers, stealing every precious moment away to make love… Knowing
that any one of these moments could mean their discovery and death.
But then Simon’s heart was frozen again: While on a mission, his lover was discovered and captured. Simon begged MI6 to pay or negotiate for her
release, however, the cold war had just ended with the fall of the Soviet Union in 1991… and his kingdom had judged her expendable.
At that moment Simon himself began to see that he was expendable. Had he been captured by the guard in Switzerland he, too, would have been left to
die. Had he been found out as a spy at Oxford… he would have been smeared as a deranged fool and cut-off from any hope of a normal future. His life
laid open before him, Simon began to secretly collect info on the operations of western governments. A little bit here… a little bit there… Soon, he
could see that many things were being hidden from the ‘expendable’ public – Mind control tests, genetic manipulation, the presence of
Extraterrestrials on Earth – and became determined to leak these things out. Fearing for his life, though, Simon knew that he couldn’t just come out
to the public. Instead, taking advantage of the newly popular internet, he began to seed websites with conspiratorial ideas and cleverly disguised
facts. In 1998, finally, he formed what would become known to thousands as ATS.
..and, all the while, MI6 watched and smiled at their unwitting pawn...
[Edited on 27-8-2003 by onlyinmydreams]