posted on Jun, 29 2004 @ 08:46 AM
I only joined this forum to see what other people thoug about this document that I recieved through masked and spoofed email. I personally think it's
a load of crap but I'm curious since I don't understand most of it.
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Submitted by C. D. Johnson
Director of S. Development,
In 1985 our agency was informed of the existence of a female centaur in Portland Oregon. This centaur called herself Mavra, and claimed to have been
transformed from a human into her present form, which this agency was unable to prove or disprove. Although the subject's story is on file in its
entirety (HCTF-46A) a short summary follows:
Mavra was born in 1965 in Portland Oregon. She suffered from Hodgkin's disease, a cancer of the lymph glands. Although victims of HD have a 90%
chance of complete recovery, the treatment is painful and time consuming. Her story is that she fell asleep and was transformed into a female centaur,
who then sought help at the local hospital. She began calling himself Mavra after a character in a science fiction novel, (The Return of Nathan Brazil
by Jack L. Chalker (Jack L. Chalker File JLC-CSF-21). An operative at the hospital informed us of the arrival of this centaur and within minutes agent
Chicks (Dismissed from force 1983 - now missing) agent Jackson (Deceased) and agent Johnson (retired – now missing) were directed to confirm the
existence and facilitate capture of said centaur.
After capture, subject Mavra was found to be a healthy fully functional female centaur as known from Greek mythology. Mavra's upper body was that of
a human female appearing about 20 years of age. She possessed brownish black hair of shoulder length. This hair growth patterned extended from her
scalp and down her back in the form of a mane. Her human portion, which appeared entirely human and female, continued to her hips, and which point it
joined with her lower body which was similar in appearance to that of a female horse. Her torso joined the horse portion in the area where the
horse's neck would have extended from its shoulders. The hips of the human portion blended smoothly into the shoulders of the horse. The female horse
portion according to veterinarians was similar to a horse but with some minor differences, as discussed in the full report on subject mentioned above
(HHS file HCTF-46A).
Tests on the subject Mavra, indicated an unknown genome in her DNA (HEI-AGGTTCAACCTGGTTAAC) Black list funds were used to prepare and equip a lab to
research and replicate this genome, into a form which would cause subject Mavra's transformation in others. It was found that such a genome could be
easily developed and mass-produced as a serum. Tests using this serum were initiated, all resulting in failure. Failed animal tests produced some six
limbed mutants, and generally ended in the animal's death. Human tests run at a last resort resulted in humans with horse attributes, long face and
nose, moveable ears, tails, along with hoofed hands and feet. One subject grew a second torso from his shoulders resulting in four arms. All human
test subjects were terminated. Full results of these tests can be found in file (HCI-F-265-A/B/C/D/E/F/G/H/I/J and K).
Further comparison of the failed test subjects and subject Mavra's genome revealed the matching genome, a centaur link (HCI-CCTTGGACCTAGGTCCA). The
aforementioned sequence is a binding site for a centaur-specific promoter that, after binding, would elicit the production of a protein that would
begin production of the transformation process. It was found that only subjects possessing this link and then ingesting the (HCI- AGGTTCAACCTGGTTAAC)
genome, would make the transformation successfully. Although the program was set back by this discovery, it was decided to locate test subjects with
this (HCI- CCTTGGACCTAGGTCCA) genome, and proceed with testing in hopes of reproducing the centaur link genome. It was determined that centrally
located medical records would allow locating subjects who met the criteria. After running data purges and comparison programs through out the files of
insurance, hospitals, clinics, military and doctor's records, a matching subject was found. Although a wider pattern of testing would have given more
accurate results, time restraints and pressures from supervisors convinced mid level managers to proceed on this subject alone.
This subject known as Argon (FBI CHTM-14C) was born in Sanford Florida on October 27, 1965. His father and uncle had successfully taken a small
grocery store, and built it into one of the nation's largest grocery distribution companies. At the age of five, subject Argon's parents were killed
in a car accident after which his uncle, B. H. Franklin (FBI-PFD-34465A) took custody of the child and raised him. Due to his uncle's wealth and
influence, subject Argon had lived in an exclusive neighbourhood and after attending public school graduated Magna cum Laud from Yale University with
a Masters in business. After returning home, he started work at his uncle's chain of restaurants, working his way from driver to manager in a year's
time. It was understood that in another year, he would become district manager of the family's chain of restaurants, and then later take over the
family business. His age of 30 was thought to be of concern at the time, as subject Mavra was 20 when her transformation occurred, but the absence of
any other suitable candidates forced the test to proceed.
Subject Argon was found through data comparison of his Doctor, Harold Oakley, located in Sanford Florida. After finding subject Argon possessed the
required physical attributes, a break-in was staged at Oakley's office (FBI-CO-67554343A) along with several other break-ins to successfully lead
local authorities in to believing drug addicts have committed all the crimes. News reports from the area indicated that the deception worked
perfectly. Blood samples from Oakley's office indicated that subject Argon possessed the centaur link.
Research with the obtained blood sample allowed the centaur link genome to be isolated in the lab. However it was found impossible to replicate with
present technology. The serum which would theoretically initiate the change in subjects with the centaur link had been produced from subject Mavra's
DNA for the earlier tests and it was determined that subject Argon would be infused with said serum to cause his transformation into centaur form.
With a male and a female centaur, a breeding program could be undertaken. Once other subjects could be reproduced consistently, the original pair
would be destroyed for autopsy. If the centaur subjects refused to cooperate, drugs and artificial insemination techniques could be used. Although
this plan did not achieve the goal of at will centaur creation, it would certainly provide the program with a number of subjects on which to test and
experiment. It was decided to proceed using subject Argon.
Due to subject Argon's relationship to B. Franklin, a long time friend of a powerful and influential government leader, political considerations
required that ingestion of the serum would take place outside the lab without the subject's knowledge. Subject Argon was known to patronize a bakery
weekly on Friday to buy sugar cookies. Several agents were able to persuade the owner of the bakery to take an extended vacation. A special batch of
the cookies was produced, each having the required amount of serum. Subject Argon arrived about 5:00pm was waited on by "Margie" an employee of the
bakery who agreed to assist the agents. Subject Argon left and agents took their places to stake out his residence. Preparation was readied for moving
subject Argon after his transformation, or eliminating subject if serum failure occurred.
Due to mismanagement of resources the observation of subject Argon was intermittent through out the night, and non existent at the time of subject
Argon's transformation. Later review of surveillance tapes indicated that the subject's transformation occurred at 6:03 am local time. A single
phone call to subject's uncle, the above-mentioned B. Franklin, and subject's removal from his home by same was overlooked by surveillance agents
until subject had been lost.
Review of visual records and audio recording show that subject Argon transformed while sleeping. The period of transformation took a period of 45.91
seconds. Studies estimate subject Argon's weight at near one ton. It is as yet undetermined where the extra mass of subject Argon's centaur form was
acquired. After subject Argon was awakened by the collapse of his bed do to his weight, he experienced a few moments of disorientation. However 55.34
seconds after waking, he was able to rise to his feet and successfully move about. Visual records indicate his horse portion being similar to the
Clydesdale breed the most obvious difference being that it was white in color. Image enhancement of his horse portion indicates possession of male
genitalia, and his human portion is also that of a male. Comparison of before and after photos indicates that subject Argon has become much more
muscular. This aspect of the centaur serum had been unknown. Subject Argon's movements and actions indicate that his strength has increased
considerably in his human portion. His size however, made movement within the confines of his house difficult. A full description and discussion of
theories of subject Argon's form can be found in file (FBI-CHT-A-12)
The political considerations also mentioned above, prevented agents from locating subject Argon through interrogation of B. Franklin. At this time,
surveillance of subject Argon has been lost, as has the time, money, and manpower used in pursing this course of action. Although subject Mavra is
still under surveillance, the loss of the only known possibility of capture of a male of the species and reproduction of more centaur subjects has
Research is continuing towards finding other subjects with the centaur link. At this date seven subjects, three males and four females have been
tentatively located. Decisions as to the progress and future of this project will be made, as more information becomes available
C. D. Johnson
Director, S. Development