Novel Name : Mercenary Black Mamba

Mercenary Black Mamba - Chapter 639

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“Ugh, Ka?”
Davis jumped in surprise. Matilda’s gaze switched back and forth between the metal box and Davis. He was the same person who didn’t flinch when he received the report that 50 scientists had been irradiated and died. He continued to munch on his hamburger as a berserk predator tore down the partition and entered the research station. She was surprised that someone as cold as dry ice and as dry as the desert sands in Namibia could be surprised.
What could Ka do to scare the executioner, who was also called the Iron Compass? Before Matilda became an ESPer, she was the director of a CIA analysis team. Therefore, she knew about the existence of Freemasonry. Nevertheless, she didn’t realise that there was someone named Lamartin and that Davis was a Freemason. She realized that she was forced to make a choice. Either she joined them or she was removed.
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There are many theories about the origin of Freemasonry, which is also called the most powerful of all secret societies. Adam and Eve. Osiris of the ancient Egyptian kingdom. Prometheus of Greece. Celtic Druids. The descendants of the clerical order of knights appeared in the 12th century. Scottish mystics in London in 1717. The descendants of the Mesopotamian kings who built the Tower of Babel.
The official founder, recognized by Freemasons themselves, was Hiram, who was responsible for building the palace of King Solomon. They also claim that Hiram is a descendant of the architect who built the vast Egyptian pyramids and the Tower of Babel.
The motif of Freemasonry is death and resurrection. The resurrected disciples go in the direction from which the light of God came, to the East. Whether it is true or not, the fact that Hiram existed in the same period as Dangun, that is, in the 30th century B.C., and that Freemasons consider the East as God’s abode, has some significance.
How many empires and kingdoms have come and gone in the last 5,000 years, how many religions and value systems appeared and vanished? If a mere secret society can exist for 5,000 years and spread all over the planet, there must be a reason for it.
Ka was the very reason that allowed the Freemasons to control the world in secret. Ka referred to the power of the mysterious artifact studied by the scientists in the society, or to the artifact itself. The work of architects and masons consisted mainly of geological analysis, foundation excavation and development of the iron mountain. They are the professions most likely to come into possession of an ancient mysterious artifact.
Thanks to the Freemasons’ Ka, the United States has made great scientific achievements. The beginning of the MK Project was the bizarre discovery of a dead body in a crater in the Arizona desert.
The dead body that resembled a giant gorilla turned out to be 150,000,000 years old when radiocarbon analysis was performed, but it still had its bones and some of its muscles hadn’t turned to stone. The Workers of Truth developed the predator based on what they had gleaned from the dead body.
There were three types of Ka. Baphomet, which represented its complete form. Arc, which could be downgraded through reverse engineering. Paladin, who imparted knowledge that went far beyond modern science. Freemasons gained power when they had the Paladin in their possession.
The Concretus artifact that Mu-ssang procured is a type of Ka. Kkamdung and Garuda are Baphomets. Ssamdi is an Arc. Dino is a Paladin. The predator being produced in Area 51 was also a Paladin equal to Dino.
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“Are you saying that this powder is Ka?”
Davis came to his senses and stared at the gray-white powder.
“This is a clue that will allow us to track Ka. At least this is an Arc.”
“Hmm, Arc!”
Davis groaned. He didn’t doubt what Lamartin said. A Grand Master like him owned the Providence Eye, the symbol of Freemasonry that could see everything. Providence Eye denoted an interference ability that could read the essence and history of everything. If Lamartin said so, it was so.
He risked being excommunicated for losing the only Arc procured by the church. If he could acquire a new Ka, he could also be a Grand Master and redeem himself. He felt rushed. Davis would have coughed up blood in shock if he had learned that the Arc had been reforged from Ssamdi by Mu-ssang to Ssamdi.
“Mambasa, Congo. Fill in the rest of the details.”
Lamartin stood up.
“Take care.”
“I’m going to make use of this girl.”
Davis glanced at Matilda. She was a great asset, but if a Grand Master coveted her, he had to give her to him. Matilda was lucky.
“As you wish.”
Even after Lamartin left, Davis could not take his eyes off the little metal box.
“It looks like cocaine powder.”
He applied some saliva to his finger and tasted the powder. It was salty.
“Is it salt? It should be analyzed immediately. A committee will be convened.”
Davis stood up abruptly. As Davis left, the owner of the cafe appeared. The Royal Artistic Soul and the Providence Eye disappeared and the Gloden Bridge Cafe reopened its doors.
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Gerald Ford, in the second year of his term, convened a council called the “Energy Council.” A Freemason Grand Master, Senator Gregory, demanded an independent organization equal to the CIA in an operational capacity. But Ford ignored the demand and established it as a department within the Defense Intelligence Agency.
Contrary to Freemasonry’s intent, Ford limited the committee’s function as a decision maker on stable supply energy supplies, including oil, and didn’t give it independent operational authority. Ford, hated by Freemasonry, survived two assassination attempts and eventually lost power.
There are claims about why Ford only partially accepted Freemasons’ demands. First, he may have figured out the true identity of Freemasonry. Second, he was himself a member of the Illuminati. The truth, as always, was elusive to everyone.
The DIA was eclipsed by the CIA, but in military information, it was still the largest in the world. It owned a spiderweb-like network of 16,000 agents across the world. Its task forces were known for their rough-and-tumble approach.
The Energy Committee was established at DIA, but Freemasonry still liked it. They were able to conceal the Church’s intentions and take advantage of the extensive information DIA had possessed and its combat power. After Carter was elected president, he transformed the Energy Committee from a docile advisory body into an active operational body with executive powers.
[The goal of the Energy Committee is to procure the means to collect information, establish development policies, and gather resources in the Middle East and developing countries wif energy resources.]
It was a polite term, but what it implied was menacing. The goal of the committee went from collaboration to exploitation. The term”resources” meant that they were targeting classic resources such as oil, coal, and uranium, as well as all the resources that could be converted into energy. This, of course, included the substances that were thought to be exploitable in the future.
The expressions “collect” and “procure” were even more ominous. They meant that the organization was trying to threaten and extort the Middle East and helpless developing countries in order to rob them of their resources. In short, they felt they would willingly break or circumvent the law to achieve their goals. For this reason, the Energy Committee was located at DIA.
Carter, who did not advocate ethics and human rights, internally strove for hegemony. The Freemasons, who controlled the United States government, were the reason.
Nevertheless, it was not fair to criticize Freemasonry and the United States as evil forces. Many countries are only loyal and patriotic. There are many countries that are more selfish and aggressive than the United States. They are just keeping a low profile because they don’t have enough power. If Japan hadn’t been defeated, entire Asia would have been enslaved.
In 1983, the Reagan administration proclaimed “Mighty America” and launched the Socrates Project. The project was an expanded plan in which Reagan added to the goals and means of the Energy Committee. Reagan and Freemasonry shared the same interests.
The Energy Committee’s goal expanded to “Respond to the depletion of fossil fuels, including oil, and oversee the development of disruptive technologies that enable America to control its enemies.” The committee became more aggressive and foward-looking. The intent of Freemasonry was manifested as the Socrates Project.
To allow for quick decision and execution, the committee had only three board members and one executor. The three board members represented the government, the private sector, and the military, respectively. The executor was appointed by the president and the Freemasonry behind him from three candidates selected by the three board members.
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December 22, 1986. While Mu-ssang was quietly attending the shareholders’ meeting in Daegu, another important meeting was taking place in Los Alamos. Los Alamos was a city located 50 kilometers north of Santa Fe, the capital of New Mexico. It was not global thanks to the Manhattan Project, which decimated Japan.
The United States government chose Los Alamos as the location for the Manhattan Project because it was isolated, dry and near a desert where nuclear experiments could be conducted. Unlike its fame, Los Alamos had only 10,000 inhabitants and was isolated in the mountains 2,230 meters above sea level.
The Manhattan Project was completed, but Los Alamos retained its reputation as the sacred ground of nuclear weapons development. It had a nuclear waste processing plant, an interim nuclear fuel storage facility, a plutonium production reactor, a uranium and plutonium concentration plant, a nuclear fuel reprocessing plant, a deuterium and tritium concentration and production plant, a nuclear weapons production and repair plant, etc. These facilities were together on a grid-like a go board. During the Cold War, the United States produced thousands of nuclear bombs and hydrogen bombs in a frenzy.
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“Long time no see, Davis.”
A plump old man followed his fat belly into the conference room. It was Henry Herman, chairman of the Pan-American Oil Cartel, representing the private sector. Two old men seated at the large mahogany table in the center of the large conference room turned around.
“Welcome, Mr. Herman.”
Davis greeted them politely.
“I’m late.”
Herman looked around the conference room. The room was 120 meters underground and uncomfortably damp. Herman buttoned his Burberry coat.
“No. We arrived early.”
A lean white man with an expressionless face raised his hand. It was Peter Hethway, the director of DIA, representing the military. The one who greeted him effusively with his eyes was Peneta Ian, the president’s energy advisor. These three formed the committee and led the Socrates project.
“Davis, is this good news or bad news? Why did you call all three old men? Could it be that we have lost control of the Gulf of Aden?”
Herman smiled kindly. For the past year, the three men had never gathered in one place. Most cases were handled by conference call.
“No way, sir. America is great and the Gulf of Aden is peaceful.”
Davis, out of habit, operated the remote control he held in his hand and set it down. The two-meter wide translucent screen spread from the ceiling and the tan stopped. Older people tended to prefer reading information on traditional paper rather than on a screen.
“Read the report on current energy conditions first. Or you can skip it. The specific materials will be sent to your offices.”
“It must be something important.”
Each of the three men opened the flat aluminium case that was in front of them.
[Resource Depletion Committee Report]
1. The global energy expenditure in 1986
: 13 gigatons converted to coal
2. Composition
: oil (36 percent), coal (33 percent), wood (13 percent), gas (12 percent), nuclear (4 percent), hydraulic (2 percent)
Wood includes all combustible recyclables and wastes. Geothermal, the solar, wind, etc. are negligible.
Fossil fuels (coal, oil, and gas) comprise 81 percent.
3. Oil
Geopolitical risks. Oil shocks in 1973 and 1978 increased the price of Middle Eastern oil 14 times in eight years, from 2.59 dollars to 36 dollars.
1,500,000,000,000 barrels of mineable reserves. Approximately 30 years of supply.
4. Gas
Russia-centered. Geopolitical risks.
180,000,000,000,000 cubic meters of mineable reserves. Approximately 50 years of supply.
5. Coal
700,000,000,000 metric tons of minable reserves. 400,000,000,000 tons of economically exploitable reserves.
The mining costs are skyrocketing. 100 years’ worth of supply, reduced from 200.
4. Oil Sand
Most reserves are in Canada, the United States and Madagascar.
Estimated reserves: 750,000,000,000 barrels
It takes 30-40 years for economic extraction technologies to develop.
Tar sand is unlikely to be exploitable.
6. Outlook
Thanks to continuous development, the global supply of fossil fuels would increase, but this poses a major risk in terms of remaining reserves and price fluctuations. Environmental damage from fossil fuels would reach critical levels.
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7. Electricity
10 percent of the global energy supply
Generated from:
Fossil fuels (76 percent), hydraulic (14 percent), nuclear (10 percent, in the United States, 20 percent.)
It is difficult to build more nuclear power plants. The safety of nuclear waste and reactors is in question.
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