To CIA Danite Jay Jensen:  Remember me?  Your church at 343 Court Street, Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn, remember, when you visited? Jay, do not punish Franklin West; he had no idea where this was, is, headed.

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Jay Edwin Jensen (born February 5, 1942) has been a general authority of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church) since 1992. He served as a member of the church’s Presidency of the Seventy from 2008 to 2012.[1] Jensen was designated an emeritus general authority in the October 2012 general conference.

Biography

Jensen was born in Payson, Utah, and raised in Mapleton, Utah. From 1961 to 1963, Jensen served as a missionary in the Spanish-American mission, concentrating on teaching the gospel to Spanish-speakers in the southwestern United States. On the November 1, 1963, Jensen married Lona Lee Child in the Manti Temple and they are the parents of six children.

Jensen graduated with bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral degrees from Brigham Young University.[2] Jensen’s bachelor’s degree is in Spanish and History, his master’s degree is in LDS Church History and Doctrine, and his doctorate degree is in Education.

Jensen spent his professional career as a full-time employee of the LDS Church. He was the director of scripture coordination for the church’s Curriculum Department at the time of his call as a general authority. He previously worked for the Church Educational System as a seminary teacher and director of curriculum. Jensen was also the director of training for the church’s Missionary Department for a period of time.

Jensen has served in the LDS Church as a bishop, branch president, counselor in the Missionary Training Center presidency, and was president of the church’s Colombia Cali Mission from 1975 to 1978.

Jensen was called to the Second Quorum of the Seventy in 1992 and transferred to the First Quorum of the Seventy in 1995. As a general authority, he has served in a number of area presidencies in Central and South America, as well as geographical areas covering parts of the United States and Canada. In 2004, Jensen and Lynn A. Mickelsen, also of the Seventy, were appointed to supervise the formation and publication of a Spanish-language LDS edition of the Bible.[3] Jensen became a member of the Presidency of the Seventy on August 1, 2008.[1] Jensen was released from the Presidency on August 1, 2012 and designated as an emeritus general authority during general conference in October 2012.[4]

In November 2013, Jensen began an anticipated three-year term as president of the church’s Cochabamba Bolivia Temple.[5]
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jay_E._Jensen

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Vegetable (Cool Season) – Other. Cynara scolymus. Compositae Family. This cool-season perennial prized for its flavorful “hearts” is normally hardy to Zone 6 if …

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Purple Italian artichoke. Hardier than ‘Green Globe’. Plants produce deep purple sepals and smallish, oval, slightly elongated chokes. Also known as ‘Violetta’.

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Artichoke – Globe · Arugula · Asparagus · Beans – Bush (French, Green, String, Wax) Beans – Pole (Green, String, Wax) Beets · Bok Choy (aka Pak Choy)

Artichoke – NYS Horticulture Study Guide For Youth – Cornell University

 

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Northern Star – Vegetable Varieties for Gardeners – Cornell University

 

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‘Northern Star’ Artichoke – Globe. Sub-Category: None. Description: Hardy ‘Green Globe’ type artichoke bred to overwinter for spring harvest northern locations.

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… cucumbers, cherry tomatoes, red onions, choice of miso or lemon herb vinaigrette 10. caprese fresh mozzarella, tomato confit, artichoke fritters, balsamic glaze …

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Globe Artichoke – Virginia Tech

 

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Virginia State University, and the U.S. Department of Agriculture cooperating. Edwin J. Jones, Director, … Globe artichoke (Cynara scolymus L.) is an herbaceous perennial that is ….. www.hort.cornell.edu/department/faculty/Rangarajan/Veg-.

Ant Control for Artichokes | Home Guides | SF Gate

 

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Yesterday morning (or maybe it was this morning, I cannot remember) my neighbor (the resident in the room across the hall from me, at the YWCA in Brooklyn), Big Baby, when she left her room, was wearing a tie dye t-shirt (“psychedelic”, LSD) with CORNELL written on the front.  Danette Cathcart, Molly and whomever else, will be punished for exploiting “Big Baby”.
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Project ARTICHOKE (also referred to as Operation ARTICHOKE) was a CIA project that researched interrogation methods and arose from Project BLUEBIRD on August 20, 1951, run by the CIA’s Office of Scientific Intelligence.[1]

A Central Intelligence Agency Project Artichoke document reads: “Not all viruses have to be lethal…the objective includes those that act as short-term and long-term incapacitating agents.”[2]

The project studied hypnosis, forced morphine addiction (and subsequent forced withdrawal), and the use of other chemicals including LSD, to produce amnesia and other vulnerable states in subjects.

ARTICHOKE was a mind control program that gathered information together with the intelligence divisions of the Army, Navy, Air Force, and FBI. In addition, the scope of the project was outlined in a memo dated January 1952 that stated, “Can we get control of an individual to the point where he will do our bidding against his will and even against fundamental laws of nature, such as self-preservation?”[3][4][5][6][7]

Project Artichoke was the Central Intelligence Agency’s secret code name for carrying out in-house and overseas experiments using LSD, hypnosis, and total isolation as a form of physiological harassment for special interrogations on human subjects.[8] The subjects who left this project were fogged with amnesia, resulting in faulty and vague memories of the experience.[9]

The CIA disputed which department would take over the operation. Finally, it was decided that an agent from the CIA research staff, former U.S. Army brigadier general Paul F. Gaynor, would oversee it.[10] The CIA sought to establish control over what it perceived as the “weaker” and “less intelligent” segments of society.[10] The operation took place in locations throughout Europe, Japan, Southeast Asia, and the Philippines.[10]

See also

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Project_ARTICHOKE [emphasis added]
Also of Note: Operation Paperclip, Fort Bliss, Texas
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“PURE BLISS!”
BLUE BIRD [bus]
(46th Street, Times Square, May 2, 2018. This USPS employee is now a plaintiff in a legal case.  cc all Mormon barristers)

Bird watching
(Mormon Church of Satan’s Utah’s Adventure Family, URL ?)

Jay, notice how Cornell University logo looks much like your church’s Bohemian Grove owl.  Has that always been the case??

Cornell University

Growing Guide

Globe artichokes

Vegetable (Cool Season) – Other

Cynara scolymus
Compositae Family

This cool-season perennial prized for its flavorful “hearts” is normally hardy to Zone 6 if well mulched, and occasionally Zone 5 during mild winters. Its bristly leaves also add a unique texture to flower gardens.

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