Today I am going to write a little bit about Dr. Carrie Madej. While much of my work on Encyclopedia Reptilica has become increasingly connected to the political realities of life in the United States at this moment in time, I can’t say that I seek out this kind of engagement. What began as research into some fairly arcane information has become less and less arcane. Forces have pushed the Exopolitical further into public discourse. This continues to baffle me, but these are the times we live in.
Anyway, because of this confluence of the obscure with the populist, I wasn’t too surprised when a longtime reader of my work reached out to me about something he had witnessed in his hometown of Cumming, GA. This reader prefers to go by the online handle “Agent 770” or “Double-Seven O” so I will refer to them in this manner. Cumming, GA has changed very little since it’s “sundown town” status of the late 1980’s and 770 is wary of QAnon and other cults in the area. (There have been rumored Draco cult members in the area, for one.)
Anyway, Agent 770 began following my work after the publication of my science-fiction novel Arcadian Gates. Arcadian Gates is a work that is pretty dystopian, but also advances my then interest in pharmopunk. At the risk of committing a spoiler, I should also mention that at least one of the exopolitical (“Exopoli”) groups found in my research into the Galactic Accords play an important role in the story. While it is a work of fiction, there are elements that are deeply connected to actual events and theories. Such as it goes with science-fiction. This brings us to our next plot point in the afterlife of the novel.
Dr. Carrie Madej
Because Agent 770 was a fan of this book, he caught the strong similarities in my book to the research presented by Dr. Carrie Madej, a figure in the anti-vaccine community and proponent of trans-human conspiracy theory. In a nutshell, Dr. Carrie Madej believes that vaccines are introducing nanotechnology into human beings which will alter their DNA and make them a mutant species. Of course, readers of Arcadian Gates will recall the drug Lethemol, which was created to introduce nanotechnology into human beings which would alter their DNA and cause evolutionary changes. Coincidence? Perhaps.
Of course it is possible that we just are influenced by the same source material and research. I can’t find any specific material which was lifted from my book, but I don’t really see any value in chasing that down, either. I did consider a C&D letter, but I don’t think I have the time and inclination to see that through to the end. Plus, from what I’ve seen, Dr. Carrie Madej’s work on this subject shows a clear lack of imagination and there’s not much point in focusing more on a derivative and uninspiring body of work. Imitation is flattery, but this kind of slovenly cribbing is just annoying.
So why am I blogging about this? Agent 770 and EWO Chapter 76 (Greater Atlanta) did some more digging into Dr. Carrie Madej’s activities in greater Atlanta and were kind enough to share with me their information so I can include it in my ongoing work. I have already established the connections between QAnon, Galactic Federation theorists, and Armanem agents who are violating the Galactic Accords in regards to Earth. As the anti-vaccine movement blends with QAnon more and more, it is only natural that the anti-vaccine cultists would fall under the sway of these Armanem agents.
This was inevitable as both groups are easy to manipulate and both neo-facist groups have the potential to cause enough damage to the social order to undermine the Siriusian Accord. If Earth becomes fundamentally unmanageable (via the United States), a new Accord will need to be made and that is something the Armanem would take maximum advantage of. (Not to mention the Reptoids, but it is hard to see what kind of challenge they would be able to make against either of the Exopoli species.)
Dr. Carrie Madej and Vaccines
I’ll say it again for the nosebleed/brain damage seats. I am pro-vaccine and am also a goddamn miracle of modern science. There is shit at work in my body that would send this crowd in paroxysms of paranoia. Matter of fact, it was my experience with this modern medical science that inspired Arcadian Gates in the first place. I am the mutant cyborg I always dreamed I could become. Does this mean I trust every the pharma and tech industry tells me? What do you think dear reader?
As I mentioned at the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, there is no evidence that this pandemic was caused by any Exopoli entity or even the Reptoids for that matter. Now, at the risk of repeating myself, I will say that there is plenty of evidence that the pandemic is being exploited by a coalition of Armanem agents, ignorant QAnon cultists, and American and Russian political leaders. The world order as defined by the Galactic Accord is in shambles and the Armanem strategy to undermine the Accord looks to be working.
They don’t want vaccines, they don’t want solutions to climate crisis, and they don’t want any sort of geo-political stability. The idea that trans-humanism would be any part of the destabilization plan is laughably ironic. The only role Armanem want for humanity is chattel. Any progress on Earth would only strengthen the Siriusian Accord and limit Armanem designs to absorb Earth into their own sphere of influence. Of course, the Siriusians themselves are only preferable as they have a stake in maintaining a status-quo on Earth. We can’t forget they too are Exopoli Colonialists.
Arcadian Gates, again.
I have been asked by a few loyal readers when the next edition of the planned Arcadian Gates trilogy would be coming out. While there does exist an outline for the continuation of story, I can’t say I see myself returning to this world anytime soon. A lot of life has happened since then, and in many ways the historical events of 2016 made much of that dystopian world look a little bit quaint in my eyes and I can’t see much value in exploring that world further as it stands.
But, the good news is that many aspects of Arcadian Gates were the result into the same research which has led me to Encyclopedia Reptilica and beyond. While I lost much of 2021 to personal events and keeping up with this growing Armanem distraction, I can say that Encyclopedia Reptilica will be on track to be published in 2022. This will be followed by a novel that draws upon much of the research that I’ve spent many, many hours on for the last few years.
As always, remember, the skies are watching you.