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  1. Digging further in this, I found the following file in the CIA data system: "July 4, 1978 Mr. Mason, Woods is alive and remains the sole remaining American guest at the Hanoi Hilton. Thought you should know X" Again this 'X', and aparently, he made contact with Mason as well. 1978 is the year Operation Charybdis is supposed to have taken place. Hanoi Hilton is a North Vietnamese prison, why is Woods there? Did Mason eventually helped him escape? Some other weird stuff I found is JFK's account in the CIA Database. I discovered a message saying that the dreamland database is restricted for MJ-12 member, along with a list noting all members (among which V. Bush, W. von Braun, etc). MJ-12 is claimed to be the code name of an alleged secret committee of scientists, military leaders, and government officials to investigate alien- and extraterrestial spacecraft-related research. So was JFK a member of MJ-12? But there's more: From: Cross, Evelyn To: Kennedy, John Fitzgerald Date/Time: Wednesday, June 26, 1963 Subject: No Subject He won't ask you again and I know this was his final offer. Please reconsider before we leave Berlin or put your life in danger. Our people are everywhere - this time you cannot win. Give him what he wants before it's too late. From: Trent, John To: J. Kennedy Date/Time: Thursday, November 21, 1963 Subject: You have one day left Victory cannot be achieved without sacrifice. So first we got a woman named Evelyn Cross warning JFK for 'taking the offer before they'll leave Berlin' and that 'her people are everywhere'. A couple of months later, one day before JFK's assasination, there's a man named John Trent stating 'Victory cannot be achieved without sacrifice' under the subject 'You have one day left'. Victory cannot be achieved without sacrifice is also said by Reznov during the Vorkuta breakout. But John Trent didn't only contacted JFK. He also made contact with Hudson. This was three days before JFK's assasination on Friday: From: Trent, John To: Hudson, Jason Date/Time: Tuesday, November 19, 1963 Subject: Everything You Know is Wrong You don't know me, but I know Alex Mason. You will learn to trust me. Everything changes on Friday. From: Trent, John To: Hudson, Jason Date/Time: Thursday, November 21, 1963 Subject: Now You Understand It was by the hand of Nikita Dragovich. This is just the beginning. They are everywhere. Start at Vorkuta. Two escaped the breakout. You know one of them. The other one just died. From: Trent, John To: Hudson, Jason Date/Time: Monday, November 25, 1963 Subject: A Single Step Echelon 5 21 0 8 18 15 14 7 21 16 23 9 14 23 0 6 18 4 Her name is Evelyn Cross. The photo is for your eyes only. This will be my last letter for quite some time. When the time comes, you will know what to do. The last message once again mentions Evelyn Cross... What organization is she in? And who is John Trent?
  2. I don't want to rule or conquer anyone.
    I should like to help everyone if possible.
    We all want to help one another, human beings are like that.
    We want to live by each other's happiness., not by each other's misery.
    We don't want to hate and despise one another.

    We think too much, and feel too little.

    You, the people have the power - the power to create machines.
    The power to create happiness!
    You, the people, have the power to make this life free and beautiful, to make this life a wonderful adventure.

    A wonderful adventure

    A wonderful adventure

    1. RadZakpak

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      I love this speech and The Great Dictator!

  3. Why would he do this? What use does Hudson and Mason's survival have for Maxis? We know a Maxis vanished in the Agonia fracture doing all kind of weird shit, after Broken Arrow had contact with him. This reminds me of Rad's recent thread about Blackout, including also the archytypes (do I say that right?) of Hudson and Mason. If Blackout truly is Broken Arrow's, or their meddling in that Texan weapon producent, they have contact with Maxis. Could Maxis have contacted the CIA outlaws for Broken Arrow?
  4. anonymous

    Everyone Okay?

    These are weird times, Grill, hope everything remains well with you. But despite the missery, I try to see some good things in it as well and I have to admit, daytime streetlife has become busier. Fathers that are normally working in the afternoon are now playing with their children on the streets. Roller skates suddenly became super popular here and you see kiddos from 5 y/o but also people like me from 20 y/o rolling around. I feel like some people sudddenly realize they don't need to go to the pub, to the cinema, to a restaurant to have fun, it's all around us. Anyway, genuine hope this virus stops spreading sometime and times will improve. Take care, everyone!
  5. While sitting home these days I gotta admit, there is plenty of stuff to dwell about... Plenty of stuff to discuss as well. One point we really gotta talk about are the Denizens. In Tranzit, Treyarch seemed to have created their own cyptids: pseudosciencific anecdotal creatures mostly based on urban legends, folklore and rumours. Interesting enough, the Pacific West coast of the United States is a geographical area that is widely associated with crytoid folklore. Tranzit takes place in a rural area in Washington, a state with a diverse environment; there are lowlands, fjords, rivers, glaciers, and mountains (which include several volcanoes). All of these varying landscapes have one thing in common: Forests. Lots and lots of forests. An estimated 40.7 per cent of the state is covered in them, rest of it mostly being cornfields. It is no surprise that this state is believed to be home to a lot of mysterious undiscovered creature species, tiny or large, dangerous and harmless. They have one thing in common: They remain undetected by most humans, hiding in underground caverns, abandoned cornfields or vast woods... Broken Arrow is said to have created the Denizens on April 10, 2025. That is the only bare fact we know about these little fuckers. Analyzing the map, however, might shed more light on their background. Something I really like about Tranzit is that if you look closely, you can see the story what happened there. One of the cages seems to have a hole in them, possibly started the Denizen outbreak. As Marlton says: "One of them has escaped to breed". The creatures quickly spread in the area, but as the Hanford Site is known to be polluted with radioactive isotopes, they hid underground. Or perhaps, the creatures did so because they simply wanted to avoid the sunlight (more on that later). Anyway, there was a moment a Denizen attacked a driving trucker, perhaps out of fear for the truck's headlights, causing the truck to be driven inside Broken Arrow's local power station. This caused the collapse of a power pylon, resulting into the crash of a train transporting who-knows-what. Perhaps the train transported the undead, perhaps the collapsed Power Pylon originally broadcasted a signal that kept the undead at Hanford Sanatorium passive, I don't know. But I think this might be the very start of the outbreak at the Hanford Site. One thing that directly strikes players finally being able to open up the Pack-a-Punch room, are the cages. These cages definately have stored animals being used for experimentation, or more likely, the Denizens. Did you notice, however, that they look very similar to cages held in both Rebirth Island (BO1 Campaign) and the Pentagon Labs (Five), in both cases holding monkeys while applying Nova-6 research? The cages are also encountered in Daniel Clarke's lab in Kowloon, where the cages can be seen directly connected with bio-storage cans containing some kind of chemical, possibly Nova-6. The Denizens have to originate from something. I mean they can have been exposed to chemicals, radiation, genetically modified or I dunno what but they must have had a source. An original animal where they are derived off. I bet these animals were monkeys. This because the cages have the exact same size as those holding monkeys seen in other labs, one of those labs (the Pentagon) later being used under Broken Arrow operations. The research applied on monkeys at the Pentagon could easily have been transferred to Hanford, where they continued the project. Keep in mind the Denizens have a long tail and hand-like feet, just like monkeys. Their skulls, as can be found at the Hunter's Cabin in Tranzit, resemble those of apes. And lastly, remember the reoccuring pressence of monkeys and apes in Call of Duty's Zombies mode... Among the various boxes and crates encountered in the Pack-a-Punch room, some hold a suspicious symbol on them: This is the State Quality Mark of the USSR, used from 1967 till 1991. So Broken Arrow was shipping in goods from the Soviet Union during the Cold War? Goods that might have assisted with the creation of the Denizens? These same boxes also include the arrow symbol for 'this side up', as well as the code 'BEPX'. Next to these boxes, the laboratory also holds cannisters including some type of radiactive and biohazardous compound, perhaps the same as seen in Clarke's lab. Anyway, the Soviet involvement in all this fits very well with another odity we can encounter in Tranzit: the Russian words and sentences. Personally, I can find merely two of these but it is rumoured that there is a third one somewhere as well: 'Zarashjeno', meaning infected or contaminated. 'Kontrolno-dozimetritsjnij "DITJATKI" ' meaning Control-dosimetry "CHILD". Ditjatki, or Child, is also a village located in Chernobyl Exclusion Zone. Dosimetry refers to the calculation of ionizing radiation, fitting very well with the 'Green Run' theme in this map. The third one is supposed to say 'through 500m', which could be tied with the underground digging Denizens. But feel free to take this sentence with a grain of salt. Another interesting thing about these sentences is that they all reappear in Ascension (or rather they reappeared in Tranzit). Is the ressearch performed at the Cosmodrome continued or replicated at Hanford? Another connecting item between the two maps (and I am surprised no one ever talked about this) is the appearance of the number '22708' in both maps, largely written on the wall. In Tranzit, it can be seen in the Power Station, in the tight hallway when walking from the lava pit to the power switch. What it means, however, je ne sais pas. Now we know the American government performed steps to cooperation concerning 115-experimentation with foreign governments. They tried to reason with president Castro from Cuba during the Five intro cutscene, but looking at the 'International Zombies Centre' in Shanghai they might have accomplished cooperation pacts with China and possibly the Soviet Union as well. There can be find crates with both Russian and Chinese symbols in Shangri-La, a location that is also on the Broken Arrow map in Alpha Omega. So perhaps Broken Arrow went global. That would explain the seemingly involvement of Russian scientists in Hanford as well. The early prototypes of the Denzins could be created at the Pentagon, Kowloon or Rebirth Island. I am even thinking of a possibility that Daniel Clarke's lab could have been evolved into the Broken Arrow station we know as 'Die Rise'. Would explain the pressence of the Bios there (which could be early Denizens). Question remains: Why did they want to create Denizens? And why there, in the middle of rural Washington? As for the abilities of the Denizens the very location might be the key.... Has anyone ever heard about Mel's Hole? I recommend reading this extensive thread if you're interested but I can summarize it here. Basically, it is about a farmer named Mel Waters who bought a piece of land in Washington. Old local rumours condemned this area as 'cursed', sensing a force of evil, but Mel bought it nontheless. He discovered a bottomless pitt on the land, a supposed 'gateway to another dimension', resulting a many extraordinary things that would happen to him. The most notably and infamous one was the reviving of his dead, buried dog, who happily roamed over Mel's land after he was sure he had thrown his dead body into the hole (rezurrecting ability of 115, anyone?). One day, federal agents from the state appeared at Mel's house and buyed off his land. Ever since, 'alien activities' are said to be seen in the area, which is now a sciencific station of the government. So we've got a secret station in rural Washington, built upon 'magic lands'? Sounds like it is located at or near our beloved Hanford site, doesn't it? Back to the Denizens: the reason why Broken Arrow kept experimenting with these twisted abominations was most likely their ability to form portals. Mell's hole is by some, including himself, believed to a gateway to either Hell or another dimension. Over the entire world there are lots of folklores about a variety of holes and wells leading straight to Hell. One thing that came in my mind was the magic well in Buried. Jumping in this hole doesn't only produce the same sound as jumping into a Denizen hole, it even has the same effect: teleporting to an area nearby in the blick of a second, without animation. I've always considered the basic system behind this the same as the Denizen portals, but I just stumbled upon something interesting. You see, this wasn't the end of Mel Water's bizarre adverture. After having lost his land in Washington, he travelled to the badlands of Nevada where he would claim to have found a second mysterious hole. One day one of his sheep came to close to the pit which caused the poor animal to be stunned. The beast made sounds that could only be compared to the shrieks of terror, eventually killing the sheep. Upon autopsy, Waters discovered a tumor-like blob in the intestines. Some men that witnessed this event also stated that the tumor seemed to be moving through the organs, as if something was pushing out from within. Waters decided that the tumor needed to be cut open, but upon doing so they releasing a creature that is described as looking like a “fetal seal with haunting human-like eyes” connected to the tumor inside the sheep with an umbilical cord. For a couple of time, the humans and abomination stared each other in the eyes untill the creature dove back into the bottomless hole. The men left behind stunned. It is said that it later was often encountered by the local people who made it near the hole during nighttime... That terrifying creature....a Denizen? Or perhaps that what is crossed with a monkey to form a Denizen? Similar to Denizens, it seems to live subterrean and have large eyes. Now either these demons already lived the these holes, these entrances to a dimension beneath ours, or Broken Arrow really did create them, and the hole in Nevada was connected with the holes in Hanford. Broken Arrow created the Denizens, the Denizens escaped, dig holes and portals that are connected to the hole in Nevada. But how can this be connected with the Magic Well in Buried? Might I remind you that the frontier mining town in Buried didn't originate from Angola. Temporal Rifts caused it to end up there, but it originated somewhere from the US, most likely the midwest. Why not Nevada? From Jeb Brown's radios, we know that the town was built near a mine where 'strange, blue metal' could be found. As far as we know is Nevada the only location in the US where a deposit of 115 is found, and it would really tie with the Old West style the town has. So if the Town, including the Magic Well, originated from Nevada, is this Mell Water's second 'Well to Hell'? The 'nameless, unexplained creature' that haunts and possibly even generated the portal, the one encountered by Mell, is a Denizen! Victis use their portals to not only teleport within Tranzit, but also in Buried. And perhaps these holes in Washington and Nevada (now Angola) are also connected with each other, explaining Victis' sudden appearance in the US again after Buried. And if the holes do not only transport you through space, but potentially also through time (cuz, y'know, the dimension we talk about is the Aether), it might even explain the NAVcard Paradox! Only that that buggers me is the mechanism behind the formation of the portals. Denizens are seen digging without creating a portal when not under the green light, so I suspect the green light is essential. Perhaps the wavelenght of this specific green light causes a chemical reaction with something the Denizens emit? Or perhaps the soil they dig unto leaves behind such a quantity of radioactive isotopes (Green Run purposedly polluted the area with radioactive compounds and potentially 115 as well) that react with the energy captured within the photons in the green light? Leave your thoughts!
  6. Got these images from internet, but will try to get some myself in-game as well later. Awesome you're on this, Cal! Additionally, maybe this thread can help: https://www.callofdutyzombies.com/topic/179750-mesopotamia-babylon-and-the-first-civilizations/ I assume you already noticed the similarity between Sumerian and Keeper alphabeth, and I guess solving the language isn't that easy, but it might be of assistence. Good luck!
  7. Never liked that map. Every game I played on it is exactly the same, with or without good teammates. For an ancient castle it has way too much shining screens and devices, even for a Group 935 station. I guess this map was, in my opinion, Treyarch's first real step to fiction. I mean, sure, SoE and quite some other maps had aliens and stuff as well but it fitted do well in those maps. Im not of the opinion it fits with DE. On top of that, I find the map too easy, espessially how easy it is to get the wonderweapon (and every player, even). I cannot really explain it and I understand why alot of people like it. But me, I dunno, the gameplay and whole atmosphere, I really dislike it. And Ive played it often enough to be sure of that opinion. Possibly my least favourite map ever. @KronoriumExcerptB What's up with your placement of Moon?
  8. Nice idea! Made my own as well. I excluded CotD as I've never played it yet, and I got my hands just recently on BO4 and the Chaos maps so I haven't explored everything there yet. Anyway, my current view:
  9. Probably old new but I never noted this in the Black Ops intel files: So Rebirth Island, the very home of the Soviet variant of Nova-6, is also home to continuing research of the Japanese Unit 731? Could be either a hint to Division 9 and the possibility that there is experimented with 115 at Rebirth Island, or to possible Japanese influence in the creation of Nova-6 during WW2. Or perhaps were the Soviets also experimenting with combining Nova-6 and Element 115
  10. Okay this stuff goes deep. There is a guy named J.C. King at the CIA, a Colonel. He is known to have contact with Ryan Jackson, the supervisor of Richard Kain. So there is a guy at the CIA who had an account that contained intel of the Marine's squad send to Verrückt, who is also said to have had contact with the outlaw Hudson and is believed to pass over information to Richard Kain. Could this D. King be a pseudonyme for J.C. King? Or maybe I'm just seeing ghosts? From the BO1 intel it appears that J.C. King, Richard Kain and Ryan Jackson cooperated as a team during all Nova-6, Drakovich, Kravchenko and Steiner-related events. And after this they initiated Operation Charybdis, first believing that Mason, Hudson and the crew were hiding in South Africa and after that in Johannesburg. Johannesburg is known to have been where Doctor Clarke's brother lived and thus a possible hideout of Doctor Clarke. Since that guy is dead, maybe Mason's crew was still tracking down Nova-6 related things? Why would the CIA disapprove this?
  11. Will look at it when I'm sober tomorrow. Already look forward to it!
  12. That's a whole accomplishment! Damn never looked that good at the details of in-game models. Awesome game WWII is, though
  13. Unfortunately, dont have my favourite CoD on PC. Good luck finding teammates, though!

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