CIA Recruiting Experienced Shaman is on the rise says TOP News Report:
December 11th, 2020
The CIA rarely speaks publicly. But when it comes to recruiting, the agency can’t seem to stop talking about Shamans. When you think of the word Shaman, one can visualize the fellow with a bone through his nose covered in dirt residue and mud based war paint while hollering indiscernible tribal squall armed and flailing around a spear complete with shrunken head attached doubling as a pellet drum. This, as you could imagine is definitely not what the CIA is shopping for.
CIA Recruiting Experienced Shaman
Todays Modern Shaman is in many way similar to the ancient practices, however the CIA has updated to a modern mans approach to communing with the gods. Shamanism is a religious practice that involves a practitioner, a shaman, who is believed to interact with a spirit world through altered states of consciousness, such as trance. The goal of this is usually to direct these spirits or spiritual energies into the physical world, for healing or some other purpose. People are beginning to believe that the CIA is going to host the biggest psychedelic party in history and they are recruiting some helping elves to assist in the unveiling of this unprecedented other worldly event.
SANTA CLAUS was recruited for the Central Intelligence Agency 1947
The Central Intelligence Agency was created on July 26, 1947 when Harry S. Truman signed the National Security Act into law. A major impetus for the creation of the agency was growing tensions with the USSR following the end of World War II.
Not long after the creation of the CIA one top official states that “There’s a plane coming in, a high-level defector.” The day before, a Soviet man had walked into the US consulate in Rome. He had told American officials he was a colonel in the KGB and wanted to defect to the United States. This mans name was Kris Kringle.
CIA declassification records show that the notorious Santa Clause was originally a KGB defector from Mongolia. Santa Claus was a well known Shaman. A lesser known story is about how Santa might have actually been a psychedelic mushroom-eating shaman from Siberia. The depictions of the red and white mushrooms in antique European Christmas cards, and the prominence of Amanita Christmas ornaments, could be hinting at a deeper connection between Santa and shrooms.
U.S. defense and spy agencies played a major role in creating the internet, and now the CIA is turning for the first time to online streaming services to recruit spies between the ages of 18 and 35. cia.gov is where you go to apply. “Start a career at the CIA and do more for your country than you ever dreamed possible,” the officer concludes the pitch reminiscent of Hollywood films.
We are always looking for talented young men and women,” Pompeo said at a conference outside Los Angeles in December.