i received a note fromin Seattle, one we have seen before. Given her strong reaction to the artifacts contained in the box, I wonder what ties truly has to those artifacts? Perhaps her father was involved at one point with the contents?
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- Thank you very much for sharing this!
, , and have very rapidly connected the dots; this revelation clearly sheds light on a number of past incidents that, until now, were less than fully understood.
I think that if wants to retain any credibility or semblance of objectivity going forward, then she needs to come clean and disclose any NIA funding of The Ingress Report. She also needs to divulge if she remains on the NIA payroll. Presumably she knows the contents of the box. Does this mean whatever was inside has been compromised?
I wonder if can corroborate 's assertion.Mar 1, 2016
- Mustafa “MuMu” SaidModerator+1I wouldn't believe that the contents of the box were known to her simply because she may possibly still be connected to the NIA. After all, she claims she had a emotional experience when trying to open the box without the key. BUT if the key that was sent to from Seattle can open the box then it's possible Susanna could have opened it and seen what was inside before anyone else did.
That's just a guess though. Only time-and further Investigation-will reveal where Susanna truly stands.Mar 1, 2016
- Mike WissingerModerator+2Could it be she had A key but not THE key? If the key she left behind was printed from 3d analysis of the lock but lacked the necessary XM artifact binding it could have triggered a failsafe - like someone knowing the location of a nest has trouble entering even if they've found the door.Mar 1, 2016
- Mustafa “MuMu” SaidModerator+1Hmm. very interesting.Mar 1, 2016
- of course she's NIA, we all know that :)Mar 1, 2016
- There has been some speculation that Eco's The Mysterious Flame of Queen Loana is, in some small part, autobiographical. A large chunk of the story takes place in rural Italy, and concerns the period of anti-Fascist Resistance. As Eco's Wiki page says, "During World War II, Umberto and his mother, Giovanna (Bisio), moved to a small village in the Piedmontese mountainside." His experiences there as a pre-teen and teen likely informed his writing in Loana.
It's possible that some British intelligence agent connected to Susanna's father (who I think is too young to have been active in WW2 himself) passed through that village, working against the fascist regime; if that agent was a sensitive (an inheritor of Obsidius?), he might have recognized Eco as a budding young sensitive as well, and recruited him into the secret battle to control XM technology.Mar 1, 2016