Syracuse mentioned

The location named Syracuse has been featured many times in my conversations with what seem to be or who pose to be U.S. military officers and surveillance workers. Countless of times many of them have mentioned a "Battle of Syracuse" or "Battle at Syracuse", and when I have asked them what that means, they have said: "That's where we fought for you."

Taken to Syracuse in abduction

By far the most interesting mention of Syracuse, was with what I dubbed "the Battle of Syracuse abduction". Earlier that night, I had been pleading to the Dark Lord who is the leader of the alien team that abducts me, about my need to stay awake for abductions and see for myself for the sake of knowing if my experiences are real or imagined, for the sake of my sanity and well-being I needed to know. That very night, I found myself waking up in the hallway of a large hospital, I was not wearing the clothes I had fallen asleep in but some hospital clothes. Standing there with me was a Dark Lord. We looked at each other, and it seemed to nod and tell me that this is what I had asked to be conscious for.

I ran through the hallways and bumped into several human hospital staff. I reached to the kitchen of a restaurant that was part of the building on the ground floor, I entered into the restaurant bumping into waiters and waitresses. The dining room was full of couples who were out on dates. Many of the men were military officers. The women were dressed up in gowns and earrings and had their hair and makeup done. The women were all unconscious even though they were sitting on the chairs. The men were feeding their respective women with the food. I hurried past the tables and got to the outdoors. I was in a large city that had tall skyscraper buildings. It was night and cold. I ran a short distance ahead and then I stopped because I did not know where I was or where I was going. Two men caught up with me and next thing I was in a small house that belonged to the one with black hair, the other man had blonde hair. The three of us were sitting on the living room sofa and the men were taking their bowties or ties off, they had clearly been to the dining room earlier. A Zeta Grey was sitting on one of the steps of the staircase that leads upstairs. You can read the story in The Battle at Syracuse.

Syracuse is a real place

To my knowledge, I did not know that there is a place named Syracuse in the United States, before these men mentioned it to me. Of course I cannot say that I had never heard of it and that it would not have been in my subconscious, but to my awareness I would not have known of a place by that name beforehand. Also I am European and not very familiar with places in the US.

According to Wikipedia, there are several geographical locations in the United States by the name of Syracuse:

Syracuse, New York
East Syracuse, New York
North Syracuse, New York
Syracuse, Indiana
Syracuse, Kansas
Syracuse, Missouri
Syracuse, Nebraska
Syracuse, Ohio
Syracuse, Utah

Fortunately in the "Battle of Syracuse abduction" I ventured outside and found myself in a big city and saw skyscrapers there. Looking at the population sizes and pictures from the locations, we can eliminate the smaller cities:

Syracuse, New York
city 145,170
metropolitan area 662,577
East Syracuse, New York 3,084
North Syracuse, New York 6,800
Syracuse, Indiana 2,810
Syracuse, Kansas 1,812
Syracuse, Missouri 172
Syracuse, Nebraska 1,942
Syracuse, Ohio 826
Syracuse, Utah 24,331

East and North Syracuse are small villages with small populations. Syracuse in Utah is also very small and does not have the kind of city that I found myself in. This leaves us only with Syracuse, New York as the possible match.

New York is the U.S. State. New York State is divided into 62 counties. The Syracuse we are looking at is located in Onondaga County, and Syracuse is the center of its county. However there is also a definition of a "Syracuse metropolitan area" which consists of three New York counties with Syracuse as the center. The city of Syracuse is some 200-300 U.S. miles, four and a half hours by car away north-west from New York City.

Buildings in Syracuse

Next we look for buildings, hospitals, research centers or military sites in Syracuse. The main employers in Syracuse are: Syracuse top employers

State University of New York Upstate Medical University: 6,400
Syracuse University: 5,925
Wegmans Food Markets: 3,760 (supermarket chain)
St. Joseph's Hospital Health Center: 3,150
Magna International: 600 (Closed as of August 2012) (car parts manufacturer)
Crouse Hospital: 2,400
Lockheed Martin Corp.: 2,350 (American global aerospace, defense, security and advanced technologies company with worldwide interests)
National Grid USA: 1,860 (electricity and gas utility company)
Loretto (elder care services): 1,825

Definitely lots of hospitals and even an aeroscape, defense, security and advanced technologies company. But we have to ask ourselves, is the list of top employers of Syracuse, a very typical kind of list? What would it look like for other cities in the USA of comparable size? You see, that list might seem to imply medical and defense research as being prominent in Syracuse, but one cannot get too excited about that, in case this is very typical for a city of that size next to a major U.S. city, it might be normal.

Here is a list of cities in the United States ranked by their population size: List of United States cities by population. New York is the biggest city in the USA. Los Angeles is the second biggest. Syracuse has a population of 145,170 or 662,577 depending on if you look at the city or the metropolitan area consisting of three counties.

Next we look at a list of cities in California, the state that Los Angeles is in, and we order the list with descending population size. The State of California has tens of cities with the population size between 145,000 and 660,000 to compare it to Syracuse. I randomly choose the city of Santa Ana with a population size of 324,528. The top employers in Santa Ana, are:

County of Orange 15,390
Ingram Micro 4,000 (wholesale of IT products and services)
Rancho Santiago Community College District 2,300
United States Postal Service 2,000
Tenet Healthcare 1,500
Freedom Communications 900 (media; newspapers, magazines, websites etc.)
First American 900 (financial company)
Corinthian Colleges 858
California Department of Mental Health 800
United Building Services 800 (cleaning, repairs, maintenance of buildings)

"Other large employers include Western Medical Center, TTM Technologies, Integrated Healthcare Holdings Inc, Universal Services of America, MSC Software Corp, and Sterns Learning Inc."

Chicago is the third largest city in the United States, it is in the state of Illinois. Looking at a list of cities in Illinois, and ranking them in order of decreasing population size, we again look for a city in Illinois that has a population size comparable to that of Syracuse, between 145,000 and 660,000. And from the few there are in this state, I choose the city of Aurora with a population size of 197,899. The top employers in Aurora are:

Caterpillar 2,500 (machines and engines)
Rush-Copley Medical Center 2,000
West Aurora Public School District 129 1,500
East Aurora Public School District 131 1,320
Provena Mercy Medical Center 1,300
City of Aurora 1,280
Dreyer Medical Clinic 1,200
Indian Prairie School District 204 1,200
Hollywood Casino Aurora 1,009 (casino)
MetLife 720 (life insurance)

So already after comparing the top employers of Syracuse with two other cities of similar size in the United States, we find that it is quite normal for the medical field to be a top employer and it is therefore nothing special that the medical field is among the top employers also in Syracuse, it is nothing out of the ordinary.

Adding together the total of employees in the top employers, then adding together the total of employees in the medical field among the top employees, (and medical employees divided by total employees times 100) we calculate the percentage of employees in the medical field.

For Syracuse, medical employees correspond to 42% among the top employers.
For Santa Ana, medical employees correspond to 8% among the top employers.
For Aurora, medical employees correspond to 32% among the top employers.

Of course, "almost" a half of the work force in the top employers in Syracuse are working in the medical field. But even a city like Aurora employs 32% in the medical field (among top employers). And we also have the very interesting Lockheed Martin Corp. in Syracuse with 8% of the employees in top employers. Let's look at Lockheed Martin for a moment.

Source. Lockheed Martin is an American company and has 126,000 employees worldwide. The company works with "aerospace, defense, security and advanced technologies" "with worldwide interests". Its headquarters is in Washington DC. (And not in Syracuse.) It is one of the largest aerospace, defense, security, and technologies companies. In 2014 it was the world's largest defense contractor based on revenue. In 2013, 78% of Lockheed Martin's revenues came from military sales and topped the list of US federal government contractors and received nearly 10% of the funds paid out by the Pentagon.

Lockheed Martin operates in five business segments: Aeronautics, Information Systems & Global Solutions, Missiles and Fire Control, Rotary and Mission Systems, and Space Systems. They develop things like propulsion technology, fighter jets, and are working with NASA to build spacecrafts. The company also invests in healthcare systems, renewable energy systems, intelligent energy distribution and compact nuclear fusion.

Ok, heheh, here are things that a MILABS abductee might find interesting, quote: "Lockheed Martin received $36 billion in government contracts in 2008 alone, more than any company in history. It does work for more than two dozen government agencies from the Department of Defense and the Department of Energy to the Department of Agriculture and the Environmental Protection Agency. It's involved in surveillance and information processing for the CIA, the FBI, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), the National Security Agency (NSA), The Pentagon, the Census Bureau and the Postal Service. In October 2013, Lockheed announced it expected to finalise a $2.2 billion contract with the United States Air Force for two advanced military communications satellites."

However, yet again we ask ourselves, how common is it that a city in the United States has such a research and development center? To be fair, even a very small size research facility which would not be listed on a top list of employers, overshadowed by other large employers in the city, could have been of relevance in a military abduction. And so, we were only lucky to find something interesting such as Lockheed Martin on the list of top employers. Although, in the Syracuse abduction I only remember being in a hospital and not in some Lockheed Martin building and they might have nothing at all to do with any of this of course.

It is difficult to see on the internet the locations of Lockheed Martin in the United States to determine whether it is anything out of the ordinary that Syracuse also has one such a location. One would then also have to look at how frequent it is that a city in the United States has any such similar type of company in it, before one can say that it is of any interest that Syracuse happened to have one such company.

But let's get back to the search for the building I was taken to. Looking at Google Maps I was definitely not taken to anywhere near Lockheed Martin in Syracuse of course, not that I expected to either. Let's get back to searching for the hospital and not being distracted by Lockheed Martin.

Was it a hospital I was in or could it have been a different building with hospital staff? Hospitals in Syracuse:

Community General Hospital (based on pictures, not it)
Crouse Hospital (not it)
St Joseph's Hospital Health Center (probably not)
VA Medical Center (no)
Upstate University Hospital (no)

I don't recognize it as being any of those five. A major part of the building I was in, was the ground floor restaurant, which had a huge restaurant kitchen and many waiters and waitresses who wore black vests, dark pants, white long-sleeve shirts and aprons and carried the food out on round trays. The restaurant took up a large part of a side of the building with windows that went all around from one wall to the other wall. And right outside not far from the restaurant entrance was a black skyscraper or black building that shines as if it is covered entirely in black glass. It could have been not a hospital. As why would abductees be taken to a hospital that caters to sick patients?


If it was only a lucid dream then it was a vivid one that left a lasting impression. I need to beg the Dark Lord to bring me back there, if they can do it one time then they can do it again. Of course if it was only a dream then I am willing to let it go, but I am happy that I took the time to look more into it.

Syracuse and MKULTRA?

The story of Syracuse in my experiences seemed to coincide with the mention by these men of MKULTRA, which is a supposedly discontinued and illegal mind control program. Most of the internet hits on "MK ULTRA Syracuse" are my pages. But let's see what else there is:

"The Veterans' Administration openly admitted that psychosurgery was a standard procedure for treatment and not used just in experiments. The VA Hospitals in Durham, Long Beach, New York, Syracuse and Minneapolis were known to employ these products on a regular basis. VA clients could typically be subject to these behavior alteration procedures against their will. The Erwin subcommittee concluded that the rights of VA clients had been violated."

"My name is Blanche, and I am a citizen of the United States. I have been a victim of mind control experimentation since 1956 when I entered college. I have been in experiments in Upstate New York - Syracuse, Oswego. I have also been a victim at Penn State, Maimonides Centre, Parapsychology Labs at Princeton. I have been in one experiment after another. Finally I was kidnaped and taken to Cornell Medical Centre in Westchester. This has to stop. For the welfare of the country, for our children, for the future."

"Military radar systems listing human tracking capability include: Advanced Radar Surveillance System (ARSS-1) by Telephonics; Beagle Portable Ground Surveillance Radar by Pro Patria; AN/PPS-5D Man-Portable Battlefield Surveillance Radar by Syracuse Research Corp.; Squire LPI Ground Surveillance Radar by MSSC Corp.; and Manportable Surveillance and Target Acquisition Radar (MSTAR) by Systems & Electronics, Inc., which have ranges from 7-12 km for personnel tracking. Some of these internet examinable references extend their capability from that listed in the 2000-2001 Jane's Radar and Electronic Warfare Systems, which lists 13 target acquisition or tracking systems specifying such capability on personnel, purchased by militaries of some 27 countries. Besides Russian manufacture there are also East European producers of such systems."

http://trevoc.webs.com/blanchechavoustie.htm Read more there
"Blanche is the American coordinator for ACHES-MC, the Advocacy Committee for Human Experimentation Survivors of mind control, who are currently engaged in a campaign to open a government investigation into the mind control experiments. In this interview, Blanche is alleging that she was experimented on at various sites, such as Cornell Medical Centre in New York, Hollywood Hospital in Vancouver, B.C., Syracuse University and the Parapsychology Lab at Princeton, all of which have been documented to be sites involved in the CIA MKULTRA mind control projects. Her accounts include her being experimented on with brain implants, synthetic telepathy, drugs, and hypnosis and she has been harassed repeatedly throughout her life."

"No one ever told me it was Estabrooks experimentation. I have had to figure it out and I think I possibly met him at Syracuse. I think he might have been the person who interrogated me at Syracuse University. I am not sure."

"The next major centre that I went to was Syracuse University and I participated knowingly in an experiment that I knew was designed to influence my mind. I don't remember exactly what the press release was on this particular experiment, and I did try to find out. I thought maybe I had seen it advertised in the school newspaper, and so I recently, within the past couple of years, called the Daily Orange, which is the Syracuse University newspaper and asked if I could come in and go through their archives and look for whatever advertisement I saw for this experiment. They don't allow people to do that. They said they would look, but they never called me back. I don't know for sure that it was in the Daily Orange, I don't remember for sure where I saw it. They offered to pay $35.00 if you came in for two sessions. This would have been 1968 and they said you would be taking some projective tests and you would be watching a movie. That seemed like it would be interesting."

"So I went to the experiment at Syracuse, and the doctor introduced himself to me and I was surprised at his appearance. I thought it would be a student, but he clearly was a man in his early 60's and he had a young student with him taking notes. He said he wanted to inject me with something, but he didn't tell me what it was. I didn't know that I was going to be injected with anything and I agreed. I figured he wouldn't do anything to hurt me. Then he just sat and stared at me, and the student sat and stared at me ... must have been a minute or two ... and I was thinking, well are they just going to stare at me? This must be part of the experiment. And the next thing I know some considerable time has passed and I am sitting at a table by myself, writing, and I am thinking. This is what I am supposed to do, I am supposed to be writing. I am sort of disoriented, and I am trying to orient myself by telling myself what I am doing. That was more or less the end of it for that day."

"No, I never talked to them again. I was quite familiar with those kinds of experiments, not necessarily the experiments where people are injected with stuff, but I was a graduate student at Penn State and I helped sometimes with different experiments that were being run there. It wasn't an unfamiliar thing to me. After doing the experiments at Syracuse, I think my life was radically changed in that I decided that I was moving to New York to get a job as a writer, and I did that. I went to New York City, went to an agent who sent me to a place where people worked on house organs, you know, it was a place that put out three or four different house organs for different companies. The interview there didn't work out, and so she spoke to me again and sent me to another big company, and I was hired on the spot for a job I wasn't really qualified for, which was being senior editor of a science project. I was hired, and I found an apartment in one week. I went to a place in Glenwood, N.Y. which is near Jonkers, saw an apartment, and took it. I can't remember who told me to go there. It turned out to be the building that David Berkowitz lived in. I moved out in 1972, and I think he moved into the building in 1973. I believe he was on the top floor, and I had been on the 4th floor. Many strange things happened in that building."

"I think I was influenced when I was at Syracuse in that experiment to make the decision to move to New York and to look for a job."