posted on Aug, 11 2010 @ 08:44 AM
WOW...who mentioned MKUkltra before?
Heres a possible connection:
There have been reports that a similar phenomenon to folie à deux had been induced by the military incapacitating agent BZ in the late 60s,
and most recently again by anthropologists in the South American rainforest consuming the hallucinogen ayahuasca (Metzner, 1999)
Wasn't that one of the '___' derived "toys" that project MK was playing with?
(Also forms the basis of the delusions in the film "jacobs ladder")
It was indeed:
Dr. Van Sim, chief of the Clinical Research Division, tried all new chemicals himself before subjecting volunteers to them. "Did he enjoy getting
high, or were his acid trips simply a patriotic duty?" ask Lee and Shlain. Sim, who had tried acid on "several" occasions, reported, "It's not a
matter of compulsiveness or wanting to be the first to try a material." He later described his first experience with BZ: "It zonked me for three
days. I kept falling down and the people at the lab assigned someone to follow me around with a mattress." He later received the Decoration for
Exceptional Civilian Service, cited for "exposing himself to dangerous drugs 'at the risk of grave personal injury.'" Talk about lying down on the
Maybe these girls had escaped from porton down or similar,although from the descr4ipion of the effects of BZ,I doubt they were on that stuff.
Made me think though-the cops only test for certain classes of drugs,so maybe these girls had used something so exotic it does not register on the
I mean I doubt they test for ayuhasca or Salvia D,both of which can send your marbles flying out your ears...not sure about the super strengh
though.As was said,probably just down to the adrenaline.
Seriously though,I am still floored that this event was a reality.
It really can be a chaotic place our little planet sometimes.