Sunday, November 17, 2019

Can These Bizarre "Alter Egos" Possibly Be Real?

At a party, you are free to pretend.
“For his 50 Parties project from June 2009 to June 2010, McGinness orchestrated—you guessed it—50 parties in his Chinatown studio (only one, a scavenger hunt, occurred off-site).” 
“There were, of course, some hiccups along the way, such as the failure to secure a dead body (“Autopsy Party”), a botched batch of psychedelic mushrooms ("Drug Party"), and the persistent smell of dead fish ("Shoot the Freak").” 
“With a different theme each week, from “Luau” to “Cougar Hunt,” “Tupperware Party” to “Party Naked,” each celebration required extensive planning.” 
Who is this?

There is no caption.

If I were seeing each of these individuals alone, I might question the initial impression.

But the one person standing next to the other person, to me, solidifies things.

Again, we do not know for sure.

The party photo was taken 2009-2010 it said.

Where have we seen the theme of alter egos elsewhere?

It is, of course, an anonymous article with allegations that are unproven. 
The point of sharing it is to highlight the alter ego syndrome that allegedly pervades public life. 
The writer of this article states: “Within my time during in “The Order” I achieved the role of a “DIAMOND BETA” which is a “presidential model” sex slave.” 
“They use a “Jewel” ranking system, where Amethyst (Deceit, Manipulation) is the initiatory Jewel, then Ruby (sex, prostitution), Emerald (witchcraft) and finally Diamond (high level sexual training).” 
The writer [shockingly] states: “My initiation into becoming a “Diamond” was being pack raped by Will Ferrell, Steve Carell, Cameron Diaz, Vince Vaughn, John Reilly to name a few.” 
The writer states: “I remember John Reilly getting his belt to beat me when I started resisting, I still remember his expression on his face: uncontrollable, pink-faced, fury, not what one would expect from a well praised comedian.” 
Below is a photo of John Reilly.

Looking at it, only one version of events can be true: The writer is truthful or simply insane.
Sarah Ashcraft’s claim about Tom Hanks, the epitome of a “Mr. Nice Guy” Hollywood character, is well known in the Twittersphere.

Again, only one version of events can be true.

“Presidential Model” - that sounds familiar.
“Presidential Models" who get trained by the CIA are in that category. Brice Taylor is an example of that (See her books)."
“She says that 3,000 women got made into Presidental Sex Slaves per the figure she heard. They are mind control victims.” 
“Their minds were split using torture at an early age.“ (creation of dissociated alter egos) 
“Presidential Models often have been trained by the CIA in special ESP skills like having a photographic memory.” 
“Other special CIA spy ESP skills they may have been programmed to have include the ability to speak "in tongues" i.e. in any language”... 
“The CIA needed these skills in spies.” 
By Dr. Dannielle Blumenthal. All opinions are the author's own. Public domain. Photo sources: Various low-quality screenshots, Wikipedia, and Twitter.