" The Project was a U.S. government operation developed to take volunteers and transform them into killers by programming their minds through visual and drug induced suggestion. Typhoid Mary and a man named Roberts are two of the known volunteers. The Project was created by a man named Trevor who has since been killed by Wolverine " -Wolverine Encyclopedia Volume 2
There seem to be some unignorable similarities between the accounts of "real super soldiers " and those in a particular region of the Marvel Comics Universe.
When data came forward about Canadian Doctor Ewan Cameron furthering the work of Mengele's, it became hard to not see a tie to the fictional Weapon X Program. The Weapon X Program was headed by a mysterious " Professor " who has quite an uncanny resemblance to Cameron. The other two individuals involved were Doctor Abraham Cornelius and NASA employee Carol Hines. As if that weren't enough, with all the replacing and creating memories and traumatic splits in the mind and what not; The symptoms and experiences of Wolverine and other test subjects in that program read exactly like Duncan Finaon's interviews. or Fritz Springmeir's Books. Who was reading whom in the 90s ? and how did they know about the Canadian experiments? The story gets stranger when we see that GI Joe creator Larry Hama wrote many of the Weapon X issues in the 90s...
" Under the name Logan, Wolverine had already been working for the CIA alongside fellow agents like Victor Creed, the future Sabertooth. The CIA established Project X in order to convert men into "super soldiers" with unusual abilities. The project facilities were set up in Windsor, Canada, through a secret agreement with the Canadian government. "
-X-Men: The Ultimate Guide
Season 3 Episode 19 Weapon X, Lies and Videotape
Wolverine travels back to Canada to investigate his past. This is similar to the factual tale of Doctor Ewan Cameron and his furthering of Mengele's mind control sciences in Canada. In this episode the Canadian Professor seems to list the steps of his work as if they are simply chapters in a Fritz Springmeier book. The professor would later have his hand cut off by Wolverine who would track him down and find him hiding in the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Pest Control Division. He was killed by Silver Fox in Ontario years after.
So Wolverine has dreams about Sabertooth emasculating him by threatening his woman ( Silver Fox ),
" after all we've been through "
This seems to be a reference to what Monarch researchers would consider bonding
Xavier tries to probe his mind and screams in agony
" Strange tortuous memories pouring out as if a damn had burst "
Then Wolverine has a super soldier freak out on his own friends.
" Hank, I found this, inside an envelope postmarked two weeks ago, there was no return address. I've seen this image in his mind, this must be a clue to his delusions. Perhaps it triggered him "
"Super Soldier" Duncan Finoan explains these same paranoid delusions and triggers that cause him to board himself up in his house with all the lights off and his guns out.
" You just went in a dream state again what did you see ? "
" Me Being trained to take people out " - Wolvie
" I assume you've been having headaches and nightmares, like Maverick and I, they did something to our minds when we worked here, something code named Project Talos "
" Take a closer look Logan, you remember these places don't you " Silver Fox
" Created Memories, but to what purpose ? " - Beast
Wolverine has memories contradicting the movie sets of his memories he is standing in.
Sabertooth falls to the ground weeping remembering his dad abusing him for being different.
" Why does somebody want us to remember this, like it’s all bad "
According to the literature on mind control. It has been found most effective to traumatize ( abuse ) a person physically at ages three and five, later these people would be bonded with other children and giving moments of life that seemed perfect/supportive
As Wolverine approaches Silver Fox lovingly, she wards him off
" The cabin, was that a lie too ? " - Wolverine
" Despite initial setbacks all subjects are responding to the trauma conditioning, we will be able to reintegrate them into society with no memory that we conditioned them. When they're covert services are needed they will attack their target and then remember nothing ,the key is to reach the subconscious mind, The subjects must be repeatedly exposed to a simulation of extreme emotional trauma. While using psychoactive chemicals, we flood the subjects mind with false memories. Overwhelming them, breaking them down making them controllable. Seems to work best when based on actual life events. " -Doctor
" Aldo Ferro was a crime lord...who once owned half the land /biz in Cuba. During the Weapon X experiment, Ferro used his telepathic powers to implant false memories in Wolverine and other victims. Ferro linked the false memories to the pain receptors of his victims not only because it was more effective, but because he enjoyed inflicting pain on others. " -Wolverine Encyclopedia Vol.2
They show the four subjects back to back as if to hint at twinning.
It is made obvious that this set is a movie studio with different rooms to fabricate different childhood memories...
Talos is responsible for their reprogramming, an evil borg looking archon type
"Talosians are humanoids who inhabit the planet Talos IV. Talosians have large crania and are telepathic. However, their advancements made them utterly unemotional, so they gathered a menagerie of more primitive species so they could observe emotional interaction. They were no longer capable of living on their planet's surface and needed to use other species to reproduce in sufficient numbers. The Talosians appear in the original Star Trek pilot, "The Cage", and capture Captain Pike. They reappear in "The Menagerie".
all that blabber from Wikipedia just means that the Talosians were the Watchers and here we have a Watcher that is trying to reprogram Monarch/Military mind control victims...very odd
Sabertooth uses the creative visualization against the shape shifting watcher and pretends he is fighting his father.
Maverick shape shifts as well.
"Don't you get it Logan, it was all made up "
Captain America- 1st generation super soldier
WEAPON X Projects
Wolverine-10th generation super soldier, actual character created 1974
Department H - Alpha Flight, but sounds like Detachment G in real life
Note: Maverick, Sabertooth, and Wolvie were all in the C.I.A. in the 60s
Note: The Shi'ar also wanted to preserve Wolverine's genetics to produce clones in other dimensions…
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