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[CONFLICT] La Republica: Nuevo Ecuador confirms death of "Butcher of Carondelet" General Javier Perez Rodriguez, pushes to capture central coast Operación Libertad o Muerte

2020.07.29 00:39 ElysianDreams [CONFLICT] La Republica: Nuevo Ecuador confirms death of "Butcher of Carondelet" General Javier Perez Rodriguez, pushes to capture central coast Operación Libertad o Muerte

La República

GALLERY: Interim Nuevo Ecuador leader Maria Paula Romo inspects an NEC military parade in Guayaquil

Nuevo Ecuador confirms death of "Butcher of Carondelet" General Javier Perez Rodriguez, pushes to capture central coast

The majority of Ecuador has been liberated from regime loyalists and splintered ex-military factions, but the capital of Quito and the central coastal plains remain in a state of chaos as former President Baroja continues to evade capture
Redacción :
Alessandra Alvarez Wong
2 de septiembre 2029 10:31 h
GUAYAQUIL - Speaking from the steps of the Municipal Palace in Guayaquil in her daily press conference, Nuevo Ecuador interim leader Maria Paula Romo confirmed this morning the death of the "Butcher of Carondelet", General Javier Perez Rodriguez.
General Rodriguez was the highest-ranking Baroja loyalist not in hiding at the time of his death, leading regime fanatics from the Carondelet Palace in the capital city of Quito. He was responsible for ordering the massacre of peaceful protesters and opposition activists earlier this year, despite the efforts of Nuevo Ecuador (NEC) forces to liberate the city and put an end to his reign of terror.
Rodriguez was allegedly killed by an unidentified drone strike against his base in the Carondelet Palace, which was unfortunately destroyed in the ensuing conflagration. Maria Romo confirmed the burning of the Palace, and noted with sorrow the loss of priceless cultural artifacts - although she has been quoted as saying that "it was an ugly building, anyways. It was the things inside which were important."
Former President Gustavo Baroja remains at large despite an Interpol Red Notice being issued for his arrest.
Romo announced that NEC forces began pushing into the central coast and cordillera as of last night, fighting to liberate the last parts of Ecuador which remain out of reach.
TEMAS: [Ecuador] [Nuevo Ecuador] [Greater Andes] [#NoMas Movement] [Little Green Men]
TRÁFICO URGENTE COMUNICADO A: FUERZA DE INTERVENCIÓN "HUASCAR" OPERACIÓN LIBERTAD O MUERTE POR EL COMANDO GENERAL DE: MINISTERIO DE DEFENSA NACIONAL EDIFICIO QUINONES - LIMA MENSAJE COMIENZA: 
From General de División Pariwana Suarez Mayhuasca, Ejército del Peru, Commanding Officer, Fuerza de Intervención "Huascar"
Congratulations to all on the successes of Op. OLLANTAYTAMBO. We're on the final stretch, now. Just a little bit longer.
Our next three objectives are to liberate Manta, Ambato, and Quito - these are the last major cities remaining outside the control of Nuevo Ecuador, and will be the final step before the total liberation of the country. With loyalist forces decimated and in disarray, we shall strike with unity and precision when our foe is least prepared.
DINI Maskirovka and SIGINT operations will continue over the next weeks as Nuevo Ecuador liberates more territory, limiting loyalist resistance and heightening popular support for the anti-Baroja movement. As always, all efforts must be made to limit civilian casualties and collateral damage in order to secure a better post-revolution political landscape. Remember that our goal is not only the overthrow of Baroja, but also the installation of a new government more amenable to Peruvian interests. Do try and keep the locals happy.
All armed individuals or groups in the region are to be treated as lawful combatants, with all the privileges that entails. Any prisoners shall be kept for trial by civilian authorities at a later date. We would much rather not have any war crimes investigations once this all dies down.
You have your orders. Make it so.
TRÁFICO URGENTE COMANDOS DEL DIA FUERZA DE INTERVENCIÓN "HUASCAR" MENSAJE COMIENZA: 
Quote of the day: And Great Viracocha, Father of All, looked upon His works and was glad, and so He took up the attire of a beggar and the name of Qun Tiqsi Wiraqutra and walked across the Western Ocean to spread His civilizing word

OPERACIÓN LIBERTAD O MUERTE

INTERACTIVE MAP

Objective 1 The coastal plains: Manta

Manta is the fifth most-populous city in Ecuador, and is the likely destination of former President Gustavo Baroja. We're going to try and cut him off before he can flee.
Basically, we'll have the 1st Special Forces Brigade (Airmobile) stage out of Salinas and execute a combat jump to seize Aeropuerto Internacional Eloy Alfaro in Manta. Once the runway and its approach is cleared, further transports will land the rest of the troops on the ground and deliver supplies. From there, the harbour should be seized relatively quickly.
Nuevo Ecuador motorized infantry will advance from Guayaquil at the same time, cutting off Manta from the rest of the country.
We'll park the Almirante Grau Aegis destroyer offshore to provide overwatch and dissuade the Ecuadorian Air Force's sole Tucano squadron at Manta from sortieing, just in case, while a pair of F/A-18H Yellowjackets escort our transport planes.
1st Special Forces Brigade (Airmobile)
HQ: SALINAS
Unit Type Numbers Equipment Notes
HQ Coy. Headquarters & Signals 120 SALINAS
19th Commando Battalion Special Forces 600 SALINAS
29th Commando Battalion Special Forces 600 SALINAS
10th Airmobile Artillery Group Artillery 200 24x 81mm mortar, 4x RO-107 107mm MLRS SALINAS
A Flight, 612 Squadron "Fighting Roosters" Fighters 10 2x F/A-18H Yellowjacket
3rd NEC Infantry Brigade
HQ: GUAYAQUIL
Unit Type Numbers Equipment Notes
HQ Coy. Headquarters & Signals 120 GUAYAQUIL
1st Battalion Light Infantry 800 Organic trucks & light vehicles GUAYAQUIL
2nd Battalion Light Infantry 800 Organic trucks & light vehicles GUAYAQUIL
3rd Battalion Light Infantry 800 Organic trucks & light vehicles GUAYAQUIL
TOTAL
Unit Numbers
Personnel 4,040
81mm mortar 24
RO-107 107mm MLRS 4
F/A-18H Yellowjacket multirole 2
C-390 Millennium 6
Sejong the Great-Class Aegis DDG 1

Objective 2 Pushing through the central plains: Santo Domingo

Likewise, pretty simple. We'll just push a pair of armoured brigades northwards through the central plains to link up with our marines chilling at the gates of Quito; this will require the capture of the logistics hub of Quevedo and then continuing onwards to Santo Domingo.
We don't expect there to be much opposition, but just in case, we're using our big guns. Once they join our troops near Quito, they'll have a day or two to rest before we liberate the capital.
1st Armoured Cavalry Brigade
HQ: NARANJAL
A heavy armoured brigade, fielding 80 Tifon-2a main battle tanks and 120 Singaporean Hunter AFVs alongside modern self-propelled artillery and support units. Allegedly involved in the 2029 Nuevo Ecuador revolution.
Unit Type Numbers Equipment Notes
HQ Squadron Headquarters & Signals 120 SULLANA
5th Armoured Cavalry Regiment Armoured Cavalry 800 20x Tifon-2a MBT, 30x Hunter AFV, 26x DISCA Vicuna IMV, 6x 81mm mortar SULLANA
6th Armoured Cavalry Regiment Armoured Cavalry 800 20x Tifon-2a MBT, 30x Hunter AFV, 26x DISCA Vicuna IMV, 6x 81mm mortar SULLANA
7th Armoured Cavalry Regiment Armoured Cavalry 800 20x Tifon-2a MBT, 30x Hunter AFV, 26x DISCA Vicuna IMV, 6x 81mm mortar SULLANA
31st Armoured Cavalry Regiment Armoured Cavalry 800 20x Tifon-2a MBT, 30x Hunter AFV, 26x DISCA Vicuna IMV, 6x 81mm mortar SULLANA
51st Reconnaissance Battalion Armoured Reconnaissance 400 36x DISCA Vicuna IMV, 6x CIDEP Ricuk URAV, 12x Spike-LR ATGM SULLANA
51st Artillery Group Field Artillery 400 27x SSPH Primus 155mm SPH, 9x Astros II MLRS SULLANA
51st Armoured Engineer Battalion Combat Engineering 600 48x DISCA Vicuna IMV SULLANA
51st Service Group Combat Service Support 600 SULLANA
3rd Armoured Cavalry Brigade
HQ: NARANJAL
Heavy armoured brigade, fielding 80 Tifon-2a main battle tanks, 144 Singaporean Bionix II IFVs, self-propelled artillery, and modern support units. Oriented against the Chilean Army's VI Division.
Unit Type Numbers Equipment Notes
HQ Coy. Headquarters & Signals 120 MOQUEGUA
41st Armoured Cavalry Regiment Armoured Cavalry 800 20x Tifon-2a MBT, 30x Bionix II IFV, 26x DISCA Vicuna IMV, 6x 81mm mortar MOQUEGUA
57th Armoured Cavalry Regiment Armoured Cavalry 800 20x Tifon-2a MBT, 30x Bionix II IFV, 26x DISCA Vicuna IMV, 6x 81mm mortar LOCUMBA
211th Armoured Cavalry Regiment Armoured Cavalry 800 20x Tifon-2a MBT, 30x Bionix II IFV, 26x DISCA Vicuna IMV, 6x 81mm mortar MOQUEGUA
311th Armoured Cavalry Regiment Armoured Cavalry 800 20x Tifon-2a MBT, 30x Bionix II IFV, 26x DISCA Vicuna IMV, 6x 81mm mortar LOCUMBA
3rd Reconnaissance Battalion Armoured Reconnaissance 400 24x Bionix II IFV, 12x DISCA Vicuna IMV, 6x CIDEP Ricuk URAV, 12x Spike-LR ATGM MOQUEGUA
3rd Artillery Group Self-propelled Artillery 400 27x SSPH Primus 155mm SPH, 9x Type 90B 122mm MLRS MOQUEGUA
3rd Armoured Engineer Battalion Combat Engineering 600 MOQUEGUA
3rd Service Battalion Combat Service Support 600 MOQUEGUA
TOTAL (sans casualties)
Unit Numbers
Personnel 10,640
Tifon-2a MBT 143
Hunter AFV 120
Bionix II IFV 121
DISCA Vicuna IMV 282
SSPH Primus 155mm SPH 54
Astros II MLRS 9
Type 90B MLRS 9
81mm mortar 48
CIDEP Ricuk URAV 12

Objective 3 Mopping up the centre: Ambato

Ambato is apparently a decently important city in Ecuador's central cordillera, and historically was one of the first cities to be liberated from the Spanish during Ecuador's war of independence. The city has also been destroyed by earthquakes numerous times, the most recent being in 1949 when it was almost completely levelled - it took two years to rebuild it all! Hopefully it doesn't get destroyed this time, yeah?
Given the difficult terrain surrounding Ambato, we'll be attacking from three sides with numerical superiority; we suspect that some regime loyalists are holed up in there, but with the internet down we're kinda blind.
From the west, the Bionix II-equipped 1st Infantry Brigade and the Nuevo Ecuador 1st NEC Brigade will push through the mountain passes around Mt. Chimborazo; while our Bionix IIs didn't fare terribly well last time, hopefully the surviving crews are a bit more experienced this time around.
From Cuenca in the south, the AMX-13/105-equipped 5th Mountain Brigade and the Nuevo Ecuador 2nd NEC Infantry Brigade will navigate the mountain valleys and single-lane roads in the region to advance into Ambato along the E35 highway. They'll be supported by a squadron of Mi-35P Hind helicopter gunships.
Finally, from the east, the hovercraft-equipped Selva Marine Regiment will advance along the Pastaza river and the E30 highway to cut off any attempts by loyalists to flee into the jungle. Su-25UB gunships will be made available in support.
5th Mountain Brigade
HQ: MACHALA
Armoured cavalry brigade outfitted for mountain warfare, fielding a fleet of light IMVs backed up with Cold War-era armoured vehicles.
Unit Type Numbers Equipment Notes
HQ Coy. Headquarters & Signals 120 CUZCO
123rd Armoured Cavalry Regiment Armoured Cavalry 800 20x AMX-13 Light Tank, 56x DISCA Vicuna IMV, 6x 81mm mortar CALLAPALCA
10th Armoured Cavalry Regiment Armoured Cavalry 800 20x FIAT 6616 armoured car, 56x DISCA Vicuna IMV, 6x 81mm mortar CUZCO
15th Armoured Cavalry Regiment Armoured Cavalry 800 20x FIAT 6616 armoured car, 56x DISCA Vicuna IMV, 6x 81mm mortar CUZCO
59th Jungle Cavalry Regiment Light Infantry 800 72x DISCA Vicuna IMV, 6x 81mm mortar QUILLABAMBA
5th Reconnaissance Battalion Armoured Reconnaissance 400 36x DISCA Vicuna IMV, 6x CIDEP Ricuk URAV, 12x Spike-LR ATGM CUZCO
114th Field Artillery Group Field Artillery 200 24x SLWH Pegasus 155mm howitzer CUZCO
5th Service Battalion Combat Service Support 600 CUZCO
1st Infantry Brigade
HQ: TUMBES
Unit Type Numbers Equipment Notes
HQ Coy. Headquarters & Signals 120 TUMBES
223rd Tank Battalion Armour 600 25x Tifon-2a MBT TUMBES
3rd Infantry Battalion Mechanized Infantry 1000 72x Bionix II IFV ZORRITOS
5th Infantry Battalion Mechanized Infantry 1000 80x UR-416 APC ZARUMILLA
51st Infantry Battalion Mechanized Infantry 1000 60x M113A1 APC TUMBES
1st Field Artillery Group Field Artillery 200 24x SLWH Pegasus 155mm howitzer TUMBES
1st Service Battalion Combat Service Support 600 TUMBES
Selva Marine Regiment
HQ: ANDOAS
Unit Type Numbers Equipment Notes
1st Naval Infantry Amazonian Battalion "Teniente Segundo Raúl Riboty Villalpando" Jungle Infantry 400 20x DISCA Bagre-2000 hovercraft IQUITOS
2nd Naval Infantry Amazonian Battalion "Teniente Primero Sergio Gonzales Quevedo" Jungle Infantry 400 20x DISCA Bagre-2000 hovercraft PUCALLPA
1st NEC Infantry Brigade
HQ: GUAYAQUIL
Unit Type Numbers Equipment Notes
HQ Coy. Headquarters & Signals 120 GUAYAQUIL
1st Battalion Light Infantry 800 Organic trucks & light vehicles GUAYAQUIL
2nd Battalion Light Infantry 800 Organic trucks & light vehicles GUAYAQUIL
3rd Battalion Light Infantry 800 Organic trucks & light vehicles GUAYAQUIL
2nd NEC Infantry Brigade
HQ: GUAYAQUIL
Unit Type Numbers Equipment Notes
HQ Coy. Headquarters & Signals 120 GUAYAQUIL
1st Battalion Light Infantry 800 Organic trucks & light vehicles GUAYAQUIL
2nd Battalion Light Infantry 800 Organic trucks & light vehicles GUAYAQUIL
3rd Battalion Light Infantry 800 Organic trucks & light vehicles GUAYAQUIL
TOTALS (Sans casualties)
Unit Numbers
Personnel 14,880
Tifon-2a MBT 25
AMX-13/105 Light Tank 20
Bionix II IFV 50
FIAT 6616 Armoured Car 30
Generic APC 140
DISCA Vicuna IMV 276
Bagre-2000 hovercraft 40
SLWH Pegasus 155mm howitzer 48
81mm mortar 24
CIDEP Ricuk URAV 6
Su-25UB 18
F/A-18H Yellowjacket 10
Cessna A-37 20
Mi-25P Hind 16

Objective 4 Cracking the nut: Quito

And now finally, with the rest of the country liberated under the flag of Nuevo Ecuador, we turn our attentions back to the mountain metropolis of Quito. With General Rodriguez dead, whatever regime loyalists left should be in total disarray. We'll give them one last chance to surrender, before we throw everything we have into the city and dig them out block-by-block.
It'll suck, but by now our troops are hardened from intense urban fighting across Ecuador - we should have the capability to triumph over a bunch of regime loyalist blowhards who are stuck in an increasingly hostile city surrounded by people who hate them.
Units:
  • 1st Armoured Cavalry Brigade
  • 3rd Armoured Cavalry Brigade
  • 1st Infantry Brigade
  • 4th Mountain Brigade
  • 5th Mountain Brigade
  • 1st NEC Infantry Brigade
  • 2nd NEC Infantry Brigade
  • 1st Marine Expeditionary Brigade
  • Selva Marine Regiment
TOTALS (Sans casualties)
Unit Numbers
Personnel 31,540
Tifon-2a MBT 172
AMX-13/105 Light Tank 40
Hunter AFV 120
Bionix II IFV 171
FIAT 6616 Armoured Car 90
Generic APC 140
DISCA Vicuna IMV 818
Bagre-200 hovercraft 40
SSPH Primus 155mm SPH 54
SLWH Pegasus 155mm howitzer 72
D-30 122mm howitzer 8
Soltam 120mm mortar 12
81mm mortar 96
Astros II MLRS 9
Type 90B MLRS 9
CIDEP Ricuk URAV 24
F/A-18H Yellowjacket 24
Su-25UB attack 18
Cessna A-37 20
Mi-35P Hind 15
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2020.07.12 01:35 ElysianDreams [CONFLICT] La República: President Vizcarra recognizes Nuevo Ecuador united front as rightful Ecuadorian government, pledges humanitarian support but denies reports of Peruvian intervention Operación Ollantaytambo

La República

GALLERY: Ecuador remains in chaos despite the disappearance of the Baroja regime, with protesters and opposition militias occupying cities around the country

President Vizcarra recognizes "Nuevo Ecuador" united front as rightful Ecuadorian government, pledges humanitarian support but denies reports of Peruvian intervention

Based in the southern town of Naranjal, the Nuevo Ecuador movement has called for nationwide revolution against Baroja loyalists
Redacción :
Alessandra Alvarez Wong
13 de agosto 2029 11:50 h
LIMA - President Vizcarra today recognized the Nuevo Ecuador united front in Naranjal as the legitimate Ecuadorian government, pledging humanitarian aid and support to the protester-founded movement.
Nuevo Ecuador interim leader Maria Paula Romo praised Vizcarra and thanked Peru for its support and recognition, pledging to unite the country in "total revolution" against the left-wing Baroja regime and its loyalists.
Vizcarra vehemently denied media reports of an armed intervention into Ecuador by the Peruvian military, suggesting instead that the "Little Green Men" are ordinary Ecuadorian citizens fighting for their country's liberation and democracy.
Ecuador has been in a state of mass unrest ever since the January 3rd massacre of hundreds of peaceful protesters outside the Carondelet Palace in Quito by regime death squads, sparking uprisings and clashes that eventuallly forced the Baroja regime into hiding.
Opposition forces have coalesced around the city of Naranjal, forming a united front movement declaring itself as the Nuevo Ecuador and calling for democracy in the troubled Andean country.
Scattered reports out of Cuenca and Quito indicate that clashes have occurred between loyalist groups and those declaring in favour of Nuevo Ecuador, although with President Baroja in hiding many expect the loyalist movement to fall apart quickly.
TEMAS: [Ecuador] [Nuevo Ecuador] [Greater Andes] [#NoMas Movement] [Little Green Men]

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TRÁFICO URGENTE COMUNICADO A: FUERZA DE INTERVENCIÓN "HUASCAR" OPERACIÓN OLLANTAYTAMBO POR EL COMANDO GENERAL DE: MINISTERIO DE DEFENSA NACIONAL EDIFICIO QUINONES - LIMA MENSAJE COMIENZA: 
From General de División Pariwana Suarez Mayhuasca, Ejército del Peru, Commanding Officer, Fuerza de Intervención "Huascar"
First off, congratulations to all of you on the success of Op. CAJAMARCA. The Baroja regime has been thrown into disarray, and all initial goals have been achieved with minimal difficulties or losses. We now have plausible cover as the armed "volunteers" of the Nuevo Ecuador front, and will continue to operate in coordination with local opposition forces as we move forward to stabilizing the rest of the country.
With the Ecuadorian military in shambles - either cut off and isolated or fully defected to the Nuevo Ecuador movement - we expect any resistance to be limited at best.
DINI Maskirovka and SIGINT operations will continue over the next weeks as Nuevo Ecuador liberates more territory, limiting loyalist resistance and heightening popular support for the anti-Baroja movement. As always, all efforts must be made to limit civilian casualties and collateral damage in order to secure a better post-revolution political landscape. Remember that our goal is not only the overthrow of Baroja, but also the installation of a new government more amenable to Peruvian interests. Do try and keep the locals happy.
Reinforcements have been mobilized and will be made available for each axis of advance, with Operationally-Ready National Service conscripts managing internal security back home to free up active duty formations for deployment.
All armed individuals or groups in the region are to be treated as lawful combatants, with all the privileges that entails. Any prisoners shall be kept for trial by civilian authorities at a later date. We would much rather not have any war crimes investigations once this all dies down.
You have your orders. Make it so.
TRÁFICO URGENTE COMANDOS DEL DIA FUERZA DE INTERVENCIÓN "HUASCAR" MENSAJE COMIENZA: 
Quote of the day: And Great Viracocha, the Light of the Beginning, brought forth the Sun and the Moon and the Stars to fill the skies with His light, so that all could gaze upon His creations.

OPERACIÓN OLLANTAYTAMBO

Interactive Operation Map

Objective 1 The Cauldron: Cuenca

The second-largest city in southern Ecuador, Cuenca is nestled in the Andes range of the Ecuadorian highlands. Playing host to three brigades of the Ecuadorian Army - organized under the III Division "Tarqui" - the city's garrison is within striking distance of the Nuevo Ecuador headquarters at Naranjal, and therefore poses a major threat to the future of this operation.
With that in mind, three armoured cavalry brigades will be assigned to seize Cuenca and neutralize whatever loyalist opposition remains present in the metropolitan area, backed up by Mi-35P attack helicopters. Heeding the dangers of pushing armoured columns through mountain passes, the advance will take place on three axes in the northwest, west, and southwest - therefore surrounding the city from three sides. Fixed-wing airpower in the form of Su-25UB attack planes and F/A-18H Yellowjackets will interdict any loyalist forces that attempt to retreat to the eastern mountains, ensuring that none can escape.
This will take place in conjunction with DINI PSYOPS and cyberwarfare, with the overall aim of forcing a surrender or defection of the regime loyalists in Cuenca. Nuevo Ecuador authorities and local opposition leaders will be relied upon to help bring the city into compliance following the initial armed advance, because we really don't want to get stuck doing counterinsurgency warfare in the mountains.
1st Armoured Cavalry Brigade
HQ: NARANJAL
A heavy armoured brigade, fielding 80 Tifon-2a main battle tanks and 120 Singaporean Hunter AFVs alongside modern self-propelled artillery and support units. Allegedly involved in the 2029 Nuevo Ecuador revolution.
Unit Type Numbers Equipment Notes
HQ Squadron Headquarters & Signals 120 SULLANA
5th Armoured Cavalry Regiment Armoured Cavalry 800 20x Tifon-2a MBT, 30x Hunter AFV, 26x DISCA Vicuna IMV, 6x 81mm mortar SULLANA
6th Armoured Cavalry Regiment Armoured Cavalry 800 20x Tifon-2a MBT, 30x Hunter AFV, 26x DISCA Vicuna IMV, 6x 81mm mortar SULLANA
7th Armoured Cavalry Regiment Armoured Cavalry 800 20x Tifon-2a MBT, 30x Hunter AFV, 26x DISCA Vicuna IMV, 6x 81mm mortar SULLANA
31st Armoured Cavalry Regiment Armoured Cavalry 800 20x Tifon-2a MBT, 30x Hunter AFV, 26x DISCA Vicuna IMV, 6x 81mm mortar SULLANA
51st Reconnaissance Battalion Armoured Reconnaissance 400 36x DISCA Vicuna IMV, 6x CIDEP Ricuk URAV, 12x Spike-LR ATGM SULLANA
51st Artillery Group Field Artillery 400 27x SSPH Primus 155mm SPH, 9x Astros II MLRS SULLANA
51st Armoured Engineer Battalion Combat Engineering 600 48x DISCA Vicuna IMV SULLANA
51st Service Group Combat Service Support 600 SULLANA
3rd Armoured Cavalry Brigade
HQ: NARANJAL
Heavy armoured brigade, fielding 80 Tifon-2a main battle tanks, 144 Singaporean Bionix II IFVs, self-propelled artillery, and modern support units. Oriented against the Chilean Army's VI Division.
Unit Type Numbers Equipment Notes
HQ Coy. Headquarters & Signals 120 MOQUEGUA
41st Armoured Cavalry Regiment Armoured Cavalry 800 20x Tifon-2a MBT, 30x Bionix II IFV, 26x DISCA Vicuna IMV, 6x 81mm mortar MOQUEGUA
57th Armoured Cavalry Regiment Armoured Cavalry 800 20x Tifon-2a MBT, 30x Bionix II IFV, 26x DISCA Vicuna IMV, 6x 81mm mortar LOCUMBA
211th Armoured Cavalry Regiment Armoured Cavalry 800 20x Tifon-2a MBT, 30x Bionix II IFV, 26x DISCA Vicuna IMV, 6x 81mm mortar MOQUEGUA
311th Armoured Cavalry Regiment Armoured Cavalry 800 20x Tifon-2a MBT, 30x Bionix II IFV, 26x DISCA Vicuna IMV, 6x 81mm mortar LOCUMBA
3rd Reconnaissance Battalion Armoured Reconnaissance 400 24x Bionix II IFV, 12x DISCA Vicuna IMV, 6x CIDEP Ricuk URAV, 12x Spike-LR ATGM MOQUEGUA
3rd Artillery Group Self-propelled Artillery 400 27x SSPH Primus 155mm SPH, 9x Type 90B 122mm MLRS MOQUEGUA
3rd Armoured Engineer Battalion Combat Engineering 600 MOQUEGUA
3rd Service Battalion Combat Service Support 600 MOQUEGUA
5th Mountain Brigade
HQ: MACHALA
Armoured cavalry brigade outfitted for mountain warfare, fielding a fleet of light IMVs backed up with Cold War-era armoured vehicles.
Unit Type Numbers Equipment Notes
HQ Coy. Headquarters & Signals 120 CUZCO
123rd Armoured Cavalry Regiment Armoured Cavalry 800 20x AMX-13 Light Tank, 56x DISCA Vicuna IMV, 6x 81mm mortar CALLAPALCA
10th Armoured Cavalry Regiment Armoured Cavalry 800 20x FIAT 6616 armoured car, 56x DISCA Vicuna IMV, 6x 81mm mortar CUZCO
15th Armoured Cavalry Regiment Armoured Cavalry 800 20x FIAT 6616 armoured car, 56x DISCA Vicuna IMV, 6x 81mm mortar CUZCO
59th Jungle Cavalry Regiment Light Infantry 800 72x DISCA Vicuna IMV, 6x 81mm mortar QUILLABAMBA
5th Reconnaissance Battalion Armoured Reconnaissance 400 36x DISCA Vicuna IMV, 6x CIDEP Ricuk URAV, 12x Spike-LR ATGM CUZCO
114th Field Artillery Group Field Artillery 200 24x SLWH Pegasus 155mm howitzer CUZCO
5th Service Battalion Combat Service Support 600 CUZCO
Airwing
Unit Type Numbers Equipment Notes
112 Squadron "Tigers" Ground Attack 200 18x Su-25UB
211 Squadron "Dragons" Attack Helicopters 200 16x Mi-35P
612 Squadron "Fighting Roosters" Fighters 200 10x F/A-18H Yellowjacket
711 Squadron "Scorpions" Light Attack 200 20x Cessna A-37
TOTALS
Unit Numbers
Personnel 15,160
Tifon-2a MBT 160
Hunter AFV 120
Bionix II IFV 144
AMX-13/105 Light Tank 20
DISCA Vicuna IMV 580
FIAT 6616 IFV 40
SSPH Primus 155mm SPH 54
SLWH Pegasus 155mm howitzer 24
Astros II MLRS 9
Type 90b 122mm MLRS 9
81mm mortar 72
CIDEP Ricuk URAV 18
Su-25UB attack plane 18
F/A-18H Yellowjacket multirole 10
Cessna A-37 light attack 20
Mi-35P Hind attack helicopter 16

Objective 2 The Metropolis: Guayaquil

While the Ecuadorian Navy has been neutralized, the same unfortunately cannot be said of the Ecuadorian Army garrison in the major port city of Guayaquil. Luckily, there exists but a single infantry brigade within the metropolitan area - something which can easily be destroyed or convinced to defect through the application of superior firepower.
The Fuerza Especial "Chifa" which initially infiltrated Guayaquil Port in Op. CAJAMARCA will push north through the city alongside Ecuadorian naval infantry and Marines which defected to the Nuevo Ecuador government, clearing Guayaquil Airport in the city centre (and the Air Force HQ co-located at the airport).
Meanwhile, the mechanized 1st Infantry Brigade will push west from Naranjal, overrunning the Ecuadorian 2112 Fighter Squadron located east of Guayaquil in the process before securing the city's eastern approaches. The presence of modern IFVs and T-55 main battle tanks across the river should prove sufficient to force the loyalist remnants of the Ecuadorian 5th Infantry Brigade "Guayas" to surrender, assuming that DINI persistent PSYOPS and local Nuevo Ecuador militants haven't already achieved that in the meantime.
The Marina de Guerra task force centred around the BAP Almirante Grau Aegis destroyer will remain on-station south of Guayaquil, projecting an air defence umbrella and keeping the Ecuadorian air force grounded.
Fuerza Especial "Chifa"
HQ: PUERTO MARITIMO DE GUAYAQUIL
Unit Type Numbers Equipment Notes
A Squadron, 7th Commando Battalion Special Forces 120 4x DISCA Vicuna IMV, 12x DJI Mavic Pro UAV
C Detachment, 8th Field Artillery Group Field Artillery 60 4x 81mm mortar, 4x 107mm mortar, 2x M101A1 105mm howitzer
B Detachment, 8th Anti-Air Artillery Battalion Air Defence 10 2x ZU-23-2 AAA
3rd Armoured Cavalry Regiment Armoured Cavalry 800 20x AMX-13 Light Tank, 56x DISCA Vicuna IMV, 6x 81mm mortar
6th Reconnaissance Battalion Armoured Reconnaissance 400 36x DISCA Vicuna IMV, 6x CIDEP Ricuk URAV, 12x Spike-LR ATGM
1st Infantry Brigade
HQ: TUMBES
Unit Type Numbers Equipment Notes
HQ Coy. Headquarters & Signals 120 TUMBES
223rd Tank Battalion Armour 600 25x Tifon-2a MBT TUMBES
3rd Infantry Battalion Mechanized Infantry 1000 72x Bionix II IFV ZORRITOS
5th Infantry Battalion Mechanized Infantry 1000 80x UR-416 APC ZARUMILLA
51st Infantry Battalion Mechanized Infantry 1000 60x M113A1 APC TUMBES
1st Field Artillery Group Field Artillery 200 24x SLWH Pegasus 155mm howitzer TUMBES
1st Service Battalion Combat Service Support 600 TUMBES
TOTALS
Unit Numbers
Personnel 5,910
Tifon-2a MBT 25
AMX-13/105 light tank 20
Bionix II IFV 72
UR-416 APC 80
M113A1 APC 60
DISCA Vicuna IMV 96
81mm mortar 10
107mm mortar 4
SLWH Pegasus 155mm howitzer 24
M101A1 105mm howitzer 2
ZU-23-2 AAA 2
Spike-LR ATGM 12
CIDEP Ricuk URAV 6

Objective 3 A trip to the beach: Salinas

Salinas is a major tourist centre in Ecuador, and is the country's westernmost city. More importantly, its airport is located along the path to support the northern brigades at Esmeraldas, and it's home to an infantry battalion that may prove to be a pain in the rear.
This will be relatively simple; we'll just airlift a special forces brigade to the airport via C-390 Millennium and escorted by F/A-18H Yellowjackets, and from there they'll secure the city and neutralize whatever loyalist troops remain. Once Guayaquil is secured, then Salinas will be brought under the control of Nuevo Ecuador. Nice and neat.
1st Special Forces Brigade (Airmobile)
HQ: LAS PALMAS
Unit Type Numbers Equipment Notes
HQ Coy. Headquarters & Signals 120 LAS PALMAS
19th Commando Battalion Special Forces 600 CALLAO
29th Commando Battalion Special Forces 600 CALLAO
10th Airmobile Artillery Group Artillery 200 24x 81mm mortar, 4x RO-107 107mm MLRS CALLAO
A Flight, 612 Squadron "Fighting Roosters" Fighters 10 2x F/A-18H Yellowjacket
Unit Numbers
Personnel 1520
81mm mortar 24
RO-107 107mm MLRS 4
F/A-18H Yellowjacket multirole 2
C-390 Millennium 6

Objective 4 Up Shit Creek: The Amazon

This one is a bit sketchier. Essentially, there's a whole jungle infantry division hanging out somewhere in eastern Ecuador in the Amazon rainforest. We have intel that its HQ is located along the Rio Napo in the northeastern town of Coca, but that's about it. Due to a lack of sufficient aerial assets, we'll be going in semi-blind - but definitely not unarmed.
Staging from within the Peruvian Amazon, the hovercraft-equipped 5th Jungle Brigade will push northwest along the Rio Napo, liberating towns as they go and hopefully neutralizing whatever Baroja loyalist forces they encounter within the region. This region is essentially the "backdoor" to the capital city of Quito, and is a possible escape route for the Baroja regime - the hope is that we can cut that off and capture the President-in-hiding for trial by the Nuevo Ecuador movement.
In the south, the two Amazonian "Selva" naval infantry battalions of the Marina de Guerra will push up the Rio Pastaza in a similar fashion, mopping up loyalist resistance and securing the rest of the Ecuadorian jungle.
5th Jungle Brigade
HQ: IQUITOS
Hovercraft-equipped infantry brigade intended for jungle warfare in the Amazon basin. Highly mobile and well-trained, though relatively lacking in heavy support.
Unit Type Numbers Equipment Notes
HQ Coy. Headquarters & Signals 120 IQUITOS
125th Commando Squadron Special Forces 300 12x DISCA Bagre-2000 hovercraft IQUITOS
23rd Jungle Infantry Battalion Light Infantry 1000 40x DISCA Bagre-2000 hovercraft GUEPPI
25th Jungle Infantry Battalion Light Infantry 1000 40x DISCA Bagre-2000 hovercraft GUEPPI
26th Jungle Infantry Battalion Light Infantry 1000 40x DISCA Bagre-2000 hovercraft IQUITOS
27th Jungle Infantry Battalion Light Infantry 1000 40x DISCA Bagre-2000 hovercraft PUERTO ARTUEO
5th Jungle Artillery Group Field Artillery 200 24x SLWH Pegasus 155mm howitzer, 24x DISCA Bagre-2000 hovercraft IQUITOS
125th Anti-Air Artillery Battalion Air Defence 400 20x ZU-23-2 AAA, 20x DISCA Bagre-2000 hovercraft IQUITOS
5th Service Battalion Combat Service Support 600 IQUITOS
Selva Marine Regiment
HQ: ANDOAS
Unit Type Numbers Equipment Notes
1st Naval Infantry Amazonian Battalion "Teniente Segundo Raúl Riboty Villalpando" Jungle Infantry 400 20x DISCA Bagre-2000 hovercraft IQUITOS
2nd Naval Infantry Amazonian Battalion "Teniente Primero Sergio Gonzales Quevedo" Jungle Infantry 400 20x DISCA Bagre-2000 hovercraft PUCALLPA
TOTALS
Type Number
Personnel 6,420
DISCA Bagre-2000 hovercraft 256
SLWH Pegasus 155mm howitzer 24
ZU-23-2 AAA 20

Objective 5 Closing the trap: Quito

The mountain capital of Ecuador is a veritable fortress, and would ordinarily be near-impossible to properly capture through force of arms alone. Luckily for us, though, these aren't ordinary times - for Ecuador has been plunged into chaos, and loyalist forces are rather distracted to say the least.
Still, Quito (on paper) has a full division garrisoned within its city limits - including an armoured brigade and a special forces formation. As such, despite support from opposition protesters and military defectors, we'll need to push into the city in order to neutralize the Ecuadorian army garrison and to bring Quito under the control of Nuevo Ecuador.
Having successfully secured the port city of Esmeraldas in northern Ecuador, the 1st Marine Expeditionary Brigade and the 4th Mountain Brigade will be tasked with pushing through the coastal plains into the Andes and the Quitos valley. While its AMX-13/105 light tanks and light IFVs would normally be outclassed against Ecuadorian Leopard 1A5 main battle tanks in an open field, the narrow confines of the mountains (and then the city) should prove to be a more level playing field; when combined with the chaos and confusion caused by protests, defections, and DINI PSYOPS and cyber strikes, we expect to liberate the city with relatively little difficulty.
Defected Ecuadorian troops aligned with Nuevo Ecuador will be trusted to secure a line of supply back to the base in Esmeraldas, supported by airlift and maritime sealift. A squadron of F/A-18H Yellowjackets forward deployed to Esmeraldas will provide air cover for the advance on Quito, although it's hoped that just the simple intimidation factor will be enough - we really don't want to start dropping bombs on a major city.
1 Marine Expeditionary Brigade
HQ: ESMERALDAS
Unit Type Numbers Equipment Notes
1st Naval Infantry Battalion "Guarnición de Marina" Marines 400 16x LAV-II IFV ANCON
2nd Naval Infantry Battalion "Guardia Chalaca" Marines 400 4x Tifon-2a MBT, 12x BMR-600 APC ANCON
Commando Battalion "Teniente Primero Leoncio Prado Gutierrez" Special Forces 300 12x DISCA Vicuna IMV ANCON
Artillery Battalion "Capitán de Navío Juan Guillermo More Ruíz" Field Artillery 200 8x D-30 122mm howitzer, 12x Soltam 120mm mortar, 4x DJI Mavic Pro UAV ANCON
1st Naval Combat Engineer Battalion Combat Engineering 200 ANCON
4th Mountain Brigade "Tarapeca"
HQ: ESMERALDAS
Armoured cavalry brigade outfitted for mountain warfare, fielding a fleet of light IMVs backed up with Cold War-era armoured vehicles.
Unit Type Numbers Equipment Notes
HQ Coy. Headquarters & Signals 120 PUNO
9th Armoured Cavalry Regiment Armoured Cavalry 800 20x AMX-13 Light Tank, 56x DISCA Vicuna IMV, 6x 81mm mortar
21st Armoured Cavalry Regiment Armoured Cavalry 800 20x FIAT 6616 armoured car, 56x DISCA Vicuna IMV, 6x 81mm mortar HUANCANE
55th Armoured Cavalry Regiment Armoured Cavalry 800 20x FIAT 6616 armoured car, 56x DISCA Vicuna IMV, 6x 81mm mortar PUNO
59th Armoured Cavalry Regiment Armoured Cavalry 800 20x FIAT 6616 armoured car, 56x DISCA Vicuna IMV, 6x 81mm mortar ILAVE
4th Reconnaissance Battalion Armoured Reconnaissance 400 36x DISCA Vicuna IMV, 6x CIDEP Ricuk URAV, 12x Spike-LR ATGM PUNO
4th Field Artillery Group Field Artillery 200 24x SLWH Pegasus 155mm howitzer JULIACA
4th Service Battalion Combat Service Support 600 PUNO
Air Component
HQ: ESMERALDAS
Unit Type Numbers Equipment Notes
501 Squadron "Vultures" Fighters 120 12x F/A-18H Yellowjacket Air-to-air and interdiction
TOTALS
Unit Numbers
Personnel 6,020
Tifon-2a MBT 4
AMX-13/105 Light Tank 20
LAV II IFV 16
BMR-600 APC 12
FIAT 6616 IFV 60
DISCA Vicuna IMV 262
SLWH Pegasus 155mm howitzer 24
D-30 122mm howitzer 8
Soltam 120mm mortar 12
81mm mortar 24
Spike-LR ATGM 12
DJI Mavic Pro UAV 4
CIDEP Ricuk URAV 6
F/A-18H Yellowjacket multirole 12
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2020.07.09 18:55 ElysianDreams [CONFLICT] La República: President Vizcarra recognizes "Nuevo Ecuador" united front as rightful Ecuadorian government, pledges humanitarian support but denies reports of Peruvian intervention Operación Ollantaytambo

La República

GALLERY: Ecuador remains in chaos despite the disappearance of the Baroja regime, with protesters and opposition militias occupying cities around the country

President Vizcarra recognizes "Nuevo Ecuador" united front as rightful Ecuadorian government, pledges humanitarian support but denies reports of Peruvian intervention

Based in the southern town of Naranjal, the Nuevo Ecuador movement has called for nationwide revolution against Baroja loyalists
Redacción :
Alessandra Alvarez Wong
13 de agosto 2029 11:50 h
LIMA - President Vizcarra today recognized the Nuevo Ecuador united front in Naranjal as the legitimate Ecuadorian government, pledging humanitarian aid and support to the protester-founded movement.
Nuevo Ecuador interim leader Maria Paula Romo praised Vizcarra and thanked Peru for its support and recognition, pledging to unite the country in "total revolution" against the left-wing Baroja regime and its loyalists.
Vizcarra vehemently denied media reports of an armed intervention into Ecuador by the Peruvian military, suggesting instead that the "Little Green Men" are ordinary Ecuadorian citizens fighting for their country's liberation and democracy.
Ecuador has been in a state of mass unrest ever since the January 3rd massacre of hundreds of peaceful protesters outside the Carondelet Palace in Quito by regime death squads, sparking uprisings and clashes that eventuallly forced the Baroja regime into hiding.
Opposition forces have coalesced around the city of Naranjal, forming a united front movement declaring itself as the Nuevo Ecuador and calling for democracy in the troubled Andean country.
Scattered reports out of Cuenca and Quito indicate that clashes have occurred between loyalist groups and those declaring in favour of Nuevo Ecuador, although with President Baroja in hiding many expect the loyalist movement to fall apart quickly.
TEMAS: [Ecuador] [Nuevo Ecuador] [Greater Andes] [#NoMas Movement] [Little Green Men]

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TRÁFICO URGENTE COMUNICADO A: FUERZA DE INTERVENCIÓN "HUASCAR" OPERACIÓN OLLANTAYTAMBO POR EL COMANDO GENERAL DE: MINISTERIO DE DEFENSA NACIONAL EDIFICIO QUINONES - LIMA MENSAJE COMIENZA: 
From General de División Pariwana Suarez Mayhuasca, Ejército del Peru, Commanding Officer, Fuerza de Intervención "Huascar"
First off, congratulations to all of you on the success of Op. CAJAMARCA. The Baroja regime has been thrown into disarray, and all initial goals have been achieved with minimal difficulties or losses. We now have plausible cover as the armed "volunteers" of the Nuevo Ecuador front, and will continue to operate in coordination with local opposition forces as we move forward to stabilizing the rest of the country.
With the Ecuadorian military in shambles - either cut off and isolated or fully defected to the Nuevo Ecuador movement - we expect any resistance to be limited at best.
DINI Maskirovka and SIGINT operations will continue over the next weeks as Nuevo Ecuador liberates more territory, limiting loyalist resistance and heightening popular support for the anti-Baroja movement. As always, all efforts must be made to limit civilian casualties and collateral damage in order to secure a better post-revolution political landscape. Remember that our goal is not only the overthrow of Baroja, but also the installation of a new government more amenable to Peruvian interests. Do try and keep the locals happy.
Reinforcements have been mobilized and will be made available for each axis of advance, with Operationally-Ready National Service conscripts managing internal security back home to free up active duty formations for deployment.
All armed individuals or groups in the region are to be treated as lawful combatants, with all the privileges that entails. Any prisoners shall be kept for trial by civilian authorities at a later date. We would much rather not have any war crimes investigations once this all dies down.
You have your orders. Make it so.
TRÁFICO URGENTE COMANDOS DEL DIA FUERZA DE INTERVENCIÓN "HUASCAR" MENSAJE COMIENZA: 
Quote of the day: And Great Viracocha, the Light of the Beginning, brought forth the Sun and the Moon and the Stars to fill the skies with His light, so that all could gaze upon His creations.

OPERACIÓN OLLANTAYTAMBO

Interactive Operation Map

Objective 1 The Cauldron: Cuenca

The second-largest city in southern Ecuador, Cuenca is nestled in the Andes range of the Ecuadorian highlands. Playing host to three brigades of the Ecuadorian Army - organized under the III Division "Tarqui" - the city's garrison is within striking distance of the Nuevo Ecuador headquarters at Naranjal, and therefore poses a major threat to the future of this operation.
With that in mind, three armoured cavalry brigades will be assigned to seize Cuenca and neutralize whatever loyalist opposition remains present in the metropolitan area, backed up by Mi-35P attack helicopters. Heeding the dangers of pushing armoured columns through mountain passes, the advance will take place on three axes in the northwest, west, and southwest - therefore surrounding the city from three sides. Fixed-wing airpower in the form of Su-25UB attack planes and F/A-18H Yellowjackets will interdict any loyalist forces that attempt to retreat to the eastern mountains, ensuring that none can escape.
This will take place in conjunction with DINI PSYOPS and cyberwarfare, with the overall aim of forcing a surrender or defection of the regime loyalists in Cuenca. Nuevo Ecuador authorities and local opposition leaders will be relied upon to help bring the city into compliance following the initial armed advance, because we really don't want to get stuck doing counterinsurgency warfare in the mountains.
1st Armoured Cavalry Brigade
HQ: NARANJAL
A heavy armoured brigade, fielding 80 Tifon-2a main battle tanks and 120 Singaporean Hunter AFVs alongside modern self-propelled artillery and support units. Allegedly involved in the 2029 Nuevo Ecuador revolution.
Unit Type Numbers Equipment Notes
HQ Squadron Headquarters & Signals 120 SULLANA
5th Armoured Cavalry Regiment Armoured Cavalry 800 20x Tifon-2a MBT, 30x Hunter AFV, 26x DISCA Vicuna IMV, 6x 81mm mortar SULLANA
6th Armoured Cavalry Regiment Armoured Cavalry 800 20x Tifon-2a MBT, 30x Hunter AFV, 26x DISCA Vicuna IMV, 6x 81mm mortar SULLANA
7th Armoured Cavalry Regiment Armoured Cavalry 800 20x Tifon-2a MBT, 30x Hunter AFV, 26x DISCA Vicuna IMV, 6x 81mm mortar SULLANA
31st Armoured Cavalry Regiment Armoured Cavalry 800 20x Tifon-2a MBT, 30x Hunter AFV, 26x DISCA Vicuna IMV, 6x 81mm mortar SULLANA
51st Reconnaissance Battalion Armoured Reconnaissance 400 36x DISCA Vicuna IMV, 6x CIDEP Ricuk URAV, 12x Spike-LR ATGM SULLANA
51st Artillery Group Field Artillery 400 27x SSPH Primus 155mm SPH, 9x Astros II MLRS SULLANA
51st Armoured Engineer Battalion Combat Engineering 600 48x DISCA Vicuna IMV SULLANA
51st Service Group Combat Service Support 600 SULLANA
3rd Armoured Cavalry Brigade
HQ: NARANJAL
Heavy armoured brigade, fielding 80 Tifon-2a main battle tanks, 144 Singaporean Bionix II IFVs, self-propelled artillery, and modern support units. Oriented against the Chilean Army's VI Division.
Unit Type Numbers Equipment Notes
HQ Coy. Headquarters & Signals 120 MOQUEGUA
41st Armoured Cavalry Regiment Armoured Cavalry 800 20x Tifon-2a MBT, 30x Bionix II IFV, 26x DISCA Vicuna IMV, 6x 81mm mortar MOQUEGUA
57th Armoured Cavalry Regiment Armoured Cavalry 800 20x Tifon-2a MBT, 30x Bionix II IFV, 26x DISCA Vicuna IMV, 6x 81mm mortar LOCUMBA
211th Armoured Cavalry Regiment Armoured Cavalry 800 20x Tifon-2a MBT, 30x Bionix II IFV, 26x DISCA Vicuna IMV, 6x 81mm mortar MOQUEGUA
311th Armoured Cavalry Regiment Armoured Cavalry 800 20x Tifon-2a MBT, 30x Bionix II IFV, 26x DISCA Vicuna IMV, 6x 81mm mortar LOCUMBA
3rd Reconnaissance Battalion Armoured Reconnaissance 400 24x Bionix II IFV, 12x DISCA Vicuna IMV, 6x CIDEP Ricuk URAV, 12x Spike-LR ATGM MOQUEGUA
3rd Artillery Group Self-propelled Artillery 400 27x SSPH Primus 155mm SPH, 9x Type 90B 122mm MLRS MOQUEGUA
3rd Armoured Engineer Battalion Combat Engineering 600 MOQUEGUA
3rd Service Battalion Combat Service Support 600 MOQUEGUA
5th Mountain Brigade
HQ: MACHALA
Armoured cavalry brigade outfitted for mountain warfare, fielding a fleet of light IMVs backed up with Cold War-era armoured vehicles.
Unit Type Numbers Equipment Notes
HQ Coy. Headquarters & Signals 120 CUZCO
123rd Armoured Cavalry Regiment Armoured Cavalry 800 20x AMX-13 Light Tank, 56x DISCA Vicuna IMV, 6x 81mm mortar CALLAPALCA
10th Armoured Cavalry Regiment Armoured Cavalry 800 20x FIAT 6616 armoured car, 56x DISCA Vicuna IMV, 6x 81mm mortar CUZCO
15th Armoured Cavalry Regiment Armoured Cavalry 800 20x FIAT 6616 armoured car, 56x DISCA Vicuna IMV, 6x 81mm mortar CUZCO
59th Jungle Cavalry Regiment Light Infantry 800 72x DISCA Vicuna IMV, 6x 81mm mortar QUILLABAMBA
5th Reconnaissance Battalion Armoured Reconnaissance 400 36x DISCA Vicuna IMV, 6x CIDEP Ricuk URAV, 12x Spike-LR ATGM CUZCO
114th Field Artillery Group Field Artillery 200 24x SLWH Pegasus 155mm howitzer CUZCO
5th Service Battalion Combat Service Support 600 CUZCO
Airwing
Unit Type Numbers Equipment Notes
112 Squadron "Tigers" Ground Attack 200 18x Su-25UB
211 Squadron "Dragons" Attack Helicopters 200 16x Mi-35P
612 Squadron "Fighting Roosters" Fighters 200 10x F/A-18H Yellowjacket
711 Squadron "Scorpions" Light Attack 200 20x Cessna A-37
TOTALS
Unit Numbers
Personnel 15,160
Tifon-2a MBT 160
Hunter AFV 120
Bionix II IFV 144
AMX-13/105 Light Tank 20
DISCA Vicuna IMV 580
FIAT 6616 IFV 40
SSPH Primus 155mm SPH 54
SLWH Pegasus 155mm howitzer 24
Astros II MLRS 9
Type 90b 122mm MLRS 9
81mm mortar 72
CIDEP Ricuk URAV 18
Su-25UB attack plane 18
F/A-18H Yellowjacket multirole 10
Cessna A-37 light attack 20
Mi-35P Hind attack helicopter 16

Objective 2 The Metropolis: Guayaquil

While the Ecuadorian Navy has been neutralized, the same unfortunately cannot be said of the Ecuadorian Army garrison in the major port city of Guayaquil. Luckily, there exists but a single infantry brigade within the metropolitan area - something which can easily be destroyed or convinced to defect through the application of superior firepower.
The Fuerza Especial "Chifa" which initially infiltrated Guayaquil Port in Op. CAJAMARCA will push north through the city alongside Ecuadorian naval infantry and Marines which defected to the Nuevo Ecuador government, clearing Guayaquil Airport in the city centre (and the Air Force HQ co-located at the airport).
Meanwhile, the mechanized 1st Infantry Brigade will push west from Naranjal, overrunning the Ecuadorian 2112 Fighter Squadron located east of Guayaquil in the process before securing the city's eastern approaches. The presence of modern IFVs and T-55 main battle tanks across the river should prove sufficient to force the loyalist remnants of the Ecuadorian 5th Infantry Brigade "Guayas" to surrender, assuming that DINI persistent PSYOPS and local Nuevo Ecuador militants haven't already achieved that in the meantime.
The Marina de Guerra task force centred around the BAP Almirante Grau Aegis destroyer will remain on-station south of Guayaquil, projecting an air defence umbrella and keeping the Ecuadorian air force grounded.
Fuerza Especial "Chifa"
HQ: PUERTO MARITIMO DE GUAYAQUIL
Unit Type Numbers Equipment Notes
A Squadron, 7th Commando Battalion Special Forces 120 4x DISCA Vicuna IMV, 12x DJI Mavic Pro UAV
C Detachment, 8th Field Artillery Group Field Artillery 60 4x 81mm mortar, 4x 107mm mortar, 2x M101A1 105mm howitzer
B Detachment, 8th Anti-Air Artillery Battalion Air Defence 10 2x ZU-23-2 AAA
3rd Armoured Cavalry Regiment Armoured Cavalry 800 20x AMX-13 Light Tank, 56x DISCA Vicuna IMV, 6x 81mm mortar
6th Reconnaissance Battalion Armoured Reconnaissance 400 36x DISCA Vicuna IMV, 6x CIDEP Ricuk URAV, 12x Spike-LR ATGM
1st Infantry Brigade
HQ: TUMBES
Unit Type Numbers Equipment Notes
HQ Coy. Headquarters & Signals 120 TUMBES
223rd Tank Battalion Armour 600 25x Tifon-2a MBT TUMBES
3rd Infantry Battalion Mechanized Infantry 1000 72x Bionix II IFV ZORRITOS
5th Infantry Battalion Mechanized Infantry 1000 80x UR-416 APC ZARUMILLA
51st Infantry Battalion Mechanized Infantry 1000 60x M113A1 APC TUMBES
1st Field Artillery Group Field Artillery 200 24x SLWH Pegasus 155mm howitzer TUMBES
1st Service Battalion Combat Service Support 600 TUMBES
TOTALS
Unit Numbers
Personnel 5,910
Tifon-2a MBT 25
AMX-13/105 light tank 20
Bionix II IFV 72
UR-416 APC 80
M113A1 APC 60
DISCA Vicuna IMV 96
81mm mortar 10
107mm mortar 4
SLWH Pegasus 155mm howitzer 24
M101A1 105mm howitzer 2
ZU-23-2 AAA 2
Spike-LR ATGM 12
CIDEP Ricuk URAV 6

Objective 3 A trip to the beach: Salinas

Salinas is a major tourist centre in Ecuador, and is the country's westernmost city. More importantly, its airport is located along the path to support the northern brigades at Esmeraldas, and it's home to an infantry battalion that may prove to be a pain in the rear.
This will be relatively simple; we'll just airlift a special forces brigade to the airport via C-390 Millennium and escorted by F/A-18H Yellowjackets, and from there they'll secure the city and neutralize whatever loyalist troops remain. Once Guayaquil is secured, then Salinas will be brought under the control of Nuevo Ecuador. Nice and neat.
1st Special Forces Brigade (Airmobile)
HQ: LAS PALMAS
Unit Type Numbers Equipment Notes
HQ Coy. Headquarters & Signals 120 LAS PALMAS
19th Commando Battalion Special Forces 600 CALLAO
29th Commando Battalion Special Forces 600 CALLAO
10th Airmobile Artillery Group Artillery 200 24x 81mm mortar, 4x RO-107 107mm MLRS CALLAO
A Flight, 612 Squadron "Fighting Roosters" Fighters 10 2x F/A-18H Yellowjacket
Unit Numbers
Personnel 1520
81mm mortar 24
RO-107 107mm MLRS 4
F/A-18H Yellowjacket multirole 2
C-390 Millennium 6

Objective 4 Up Shit Creek: The Amazon

This one is a bit sketchier. Essentially, there's a whole jungle infantry division hanging out somewhere in eastern Ecuador in the Amazon rainforest. We have intel that its HQ is located along the Rio Napo in the northeastern town of Coca, but that's about it. Due to a lack of sufficient aerial assets, we'll be going in semi-blind - but definitely not unarmed.
Staging from within the Peruvian Amazon, the hovercraft-equipped 5th Jungle Brigade will push northwest along the Rio Napo, liberating towns as they go and hopefully neutralizing whatever Baroja loyalist forces they encounter within the region. This region is essentially the "backdoor" to the capital city of Quito, and is a possible escape route for the Baroja regime - the hope is that we can cut that off and capture the President-in-hiding for trial by the Nuevo Ecuador movement.
In the south, the two Amazonian "Selva" naval infantry battalions of the Marina de Guerra will push up the Rio Pastaza in a similar fashion, mopping up loyalist resistance and securing the rest of the Ecuadorian jungle.
5th Jungle Brigade
HQ: IQUITOS
Hovercraft-equipped infantry brigade intended for jungle warfare in the Amazon basin. Highly mobile and well-trained, though relatively lacking in heavy support.
Unit Type Numbers Equipment Notes
HQ Coy. Headquarters & Signals 120 IQUITOS
125th Commando Squadron Special Forces 300 12x DISCA Bagre-2000 hovercraft IQUITOS
23rd Jungle Infantry Battalion Light Infantry 1000 40x DISCA Bagre-2000 hovercraft GUEPPI
25th Jungle Infantry Battalion Light Infantry 1000 40x DISCA Bagre-2000 hovercraft GUEPPI
26th Jungle Infantry Battalion Light Infantry 1000 40x DISCA Bagre-2000 hovercraft IQUITOS
27th Jungle Infantry Battalion Light Infantry 1000 40x DISCA Bagre-2000 hovercraft PUERTO ARTUEO
5th Jungle Artillery Group Field Artillery 200 24x SLWH Pegasus 155mm howitzer, 24x DISCA Bagre-2000 hovercraft IQUITOS
125th Anti-Air Artillery Battalion Air Defence 400 20x ZU-23-2 AAA, 20x DISCA Bagre-2000 hovercraft IQUITOS
5th Service Battalion Combat Service Support 600 IQUITOS
Selva Marine Regiment
HQ: ANDOAS
Unit Type Numbers Equipment Notes
1st Naval Infantry Amazonian Battalion "Teniente Segundo Raúl Riboty Villalpando" Jungle Infantry 400 20x DISCA Bagre-2000 hovercraft IQUITOS
2nd Naval Infantry Amazonian Battalion "Teniente Primero Sergio Gonzales Quevedo" Jungle Infantry 400 20x DISCA Bagre-2000 hovercraft PUCALLPA
TOTALS
Type Number
Personnel 6,420
DISCA Bagre-2000 hovercraft 256
SLWH Pegasus 155mm howitzer 24
ZU-23-2 AAA 20

Objective 5 Closing the trap: Quito

The mountain capital of Ecuador is a veritable fortress, and would ordinarily be near-impossible to properly capture through force of arms alone. Luckily for us, though, these aren't ordinary times - for Ecuador has been plunged into chaos, and loyalist forces are rather distracted to say the least.
Still, Quito (on paper) has a full division garrisoned within its city limits - including an armoured brigade and a special forces formation. As such, despite support from opposition protesters and military defectors, we'll need to push into the city in order to neutralize the Ecuadorian army garrison and to bring Quito under the control of Nuevo Ecuador.
Having successfully secured the port city of Esmeraldas in northern Ecuador, the 1st Marine Expeditionary Brigade and the 4th Mountain Brigade will be tasked with pushing through the coastal plains into the Andes and the Quitos valley. While its AMX-13/105 light tanks and light IFVs would normally be outclassed against Ecuadorian Leopard 1A5 main battle tanks in an open field, the narrow confines of the mountains (and then the city) should prove to be a more level playing field; when combined with the chaos and confusion caused by protests, defections, and DINI PSYOPS and cyber strikes, we expect to liberate the city with relatively little difficulty.
Defected Ecuadorian troops aligned with Nuevo Ecuador will be trusted to secure a line of supply back to the base in Esmeraldas, supported by airlift and maritime sealift. A squadron of F/A-18H Yellowjackets forward deployed to Esmeraldas will provide air cover for the advance on Quito, although it's hoped that just the simple intimidation factor will be enough - we really don't want to start dropping bombs on a major city.
1 Marine Expeditionary Brigade
HQ: ESMERALDAS
Unit Type Numbers Equipment Notes
1st Naval Infantry Battalion "Guarnición de Marina" Marines 400 16x LAV-II IFV ANCON
2nd Naval Infantry Battalion "Guardia Chalaca" Marines 400 4x Tifon-2a MBT, 12x BMR-600 APC ANCON
Commando Battalion "Teniente Primero Leoncio Prado Gutierrez" Special Forces 300 12x DISCA Vicuna IMV ANCON
Artillery Battalion "Capitán de Navío Juan Guillermo More Ruíz" Field Artillery 200 8x D-30 122mm howitzer, 12x Soltam 120mm mortar, 4x DJI Mavic Pro UAV ANCON
1st Naval Combat Engineer Battalion Combat Engineering 200 ANCON
4th Mountain Brigade "Tarapeca"
HQ: ESMERALDAS
Armoured cavalry brigade outfitted for mountain warfare, fielding a fleet of light IMVs backed up with Cold War-era armoured vehicles.
Unit Type Numbers Equipment Notes
HQ Coy. Headquarters & Signals 120 PUNO
9th Armoured Cavalry Regiment Armoured Cavalry 800 20x AMX-13 Light Tank, 56x DISCA Vicuna IMV, 6x 81mm mortar
21st Armoured Cavalry Regiment Armoured Cavalry 800 20x FIAT 6616 armoured car, 56x DISCA Vicuna IMV, 6x 81mm mortar HUANCANE
55th Armoured Cavalry Regiment Armoured Cavalry 800 20x FIAT 6616 armoured car, 56x DISCA Vicuna IMV, 6x 81mm mortar PUNO
59th Armoured Cavalry Regiment Armoured Cavalry 800 20x FIAT 6616 armoured car, 56x DISCA Vicuna IMV, 6x 81mm mortar ILAVE
4th Reconnaissance Battalion Armoured Reconnaissance 400 36x DISCA Vicuna IMV, 6x CIDEP Ricuk URAV, 12x Spike-LR ATGM PUNO
4th Field Artillery Group Field Artillery 200 24x SLWH Pegasus 155mm howitzer JULIACA
4th Service Battalion Combat Service Support 600 PUNO
Air Component
HQ: ESMERALDAS
Unit Type Numbers Equipment Notes
501 Squadron "Vultures" Fighters 120 12x F/A-18H Yellowjacket Air-to-air and interdiction
TOTALS
Unit Numbers
Personnel 6,020
Tifon-2a MBT 4
AMX-13/105 Light Tank 20
LAV II IFV 16
BMR-600 APC 12
FIAT 6616 IFV 60
DISCA Vicuna IMV 262
SLWH Pegasus 155mm howitzer 24
D-30 122mm howitzer 8
Soltam 120mm mortar 12
81mm mortar 24
Spike-LR ATGM 12
DJI Mavic Pro UAV 4
CIDEP Ricuk URAV 6
F/A-18H Yellowjacket multirole 12
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2020.06.25 12:59 DealsCanada [Sony Online Entertainment] PSN - Playstation - Mid-Year Deals + Under $30

Deal Link
Expiry: July 9, 2020
Retailer: Sony Online Entertainment
Use the Summary
@laggyshield
Just added the Under $30 list (thanks
@stingyshopper
Mid Year Deals
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[Farming Simulator 19 - Platinum Edition](
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[Fishing Sim World: Pro Tour - Giant Carp Pack](
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[GOD EATER 2: Rage Burst](
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[The Yakuza Origins Digital Bundle](
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[The Yakuza Remastered Collection](
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[Tokyo Twilight Ghost Hunters Daybreak: Special Gigs](
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[Tokyo Xanadu eX+](
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[Train Sim World: Tees Valley Line: Darlington – Saltburn](
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[Train Sim World® 2020](
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[Trine 4: The Nightmare Prince](
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[Troll and I™](
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[Tropico 6 El Prez Edition](
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[Under Night In-Birth Exe:Late[cl-r]](
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[Utawarerumono: Mask of Deception](
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[We Happy Few Season Pass](
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[Wolfenstein® II: The New Colossus™ Digital Deluxe Edition](
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[World War Z - Biohazard Weapon Pack](
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[World War Z - Lobo Weapon Pack](
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A Knight's Quest
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Agatha Christie - The ABC Murders
American Fugitive
Anniversary Collection Arcade Classics
Arise: A simple story
Assassin's Creed Odyssey Season Pass
Assassin's Creed® Freedom Cry
Assassin’s Creed® Origins Season Pass
Assassin’s Creed® Syndicate
Assassin’s Creed® Syndicate Gold Edition
Batman: The Enemy Within - Season Pass
Batman: The Telltale Series - Season Pass
BATTLEFIELD V and EA SPORTS™ UFC® 3 Bundle
Bear With Me: The Complete Collection
Bear With Me: The Lost Robots
Beholder 2
Beholder Complete Edition
Ben 10
Bomber Crew
Bomber Crew Deluxe Edition
Bomber Crew: American Edition
Broforce
Castlevania Anniversary Collection
Castlevania Requiem: Symphony of the Night and Rondo of Blood
Chess Ultra
Children of Morta
Contra Anniversary Collection
Control
Control Season Pass
Crayola Scoot
Dead Island Definitive Collection
Dead Rising 4: Frank's Big Package
Dead Rising Triple Pack
Dear Esther: Landmark Edition
Degrees of Separation
Deus Ex: Mankind Divided
Deus Ex: Mankind Divided - Digital Deluxe Edition
Deus Ex: Mankind Divided - Season Pass
DiRT Rally 2.0 - Game of the Year Edition
Don't Starve Mega Pack
Don't Starve Together: Console Edition
Don't Starve: Console Edition
DOOM 64
DreamWorks Dragons Dawn of New Riders
DUCATI - 90th Anniversary
Dying Light Season Pass
Dying Light: The Following
Enter the Gungeon
Epic Word Search Collection
Extinction
Extinction: Days of Dolorum Season Pass
Extinction: Deluxe Edition
F1 2017
F1 2018
Far Cry® Primal
Farming Simulator 17
Farming Simulator 19 - Platinum Expansion
Five Nights at Freddy's: Help Wanted
Five Nights at Freddy's: Help Wanted - Bundle
For Honor Year 3 Pass
For The King
Frostpunk: Console Edition
Goat MMO Simulator
Goat Simulator
Goat Simulator DLC Bundle
Goat Simulator: GoatZ
Goat Simulator: PAYDAY
Goat Simulator: The GOATY
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God's Trigger
GRIS
Hasbro Family Fun Pack
Hasbro Family Fun Pack Super Edition
Hotel Transylvania 3 Monsters Overboard
Instant Indie Collection: Vol. 2
Instant Indie Collection: Vol. 3
Instant Indie Collection: Vol. 4
Instant Indie Collection: Vol. 5
Just a Phrase by POWGI
Just Cause 3
Just Cause 3: XXL Edition
LEGO® Batman™ 3: Beyond Gotham Deluxe Edition
LEGO® Marvel’s Avengers Deluxe Edition
LEGO® NINJAGO® Movie Video Game
Little Nightmares
Little Nightmares Secrets of The Maw Expansion Pass
Mad Max
Manual Samuel
Mega Man X Legacy Collection
Mega Man X Legacy Collection 1+2
Mega Man X Legacy Collection 2
Metal Wolf Chaos XD
Middle-earth™: Shadow of Mordor™ - Game of the Year Edition
Monster Energy Supercross - Special Edition
Monster Energy Supercross - The Official Videogame 2
Mordheim: City of the Damned - Complete Edition
Mortal Kombat XL
MudRunner - American Wilds Edition
Narcos: Rise of the Cartels
NARUTO SHIPPUDEN: Ultimate Ninja STORM Legacy
NARUTO SHIPPUDEN: Ultimate Ninja STORM Trilogy
Observation
Octodad: Dadliest Catch
Outer Wilds
Override: Mech City Brawl
Override: Mech City Brawl - Season Pass
Override: Mech City Brawl - Super Charged Mega Edition
PAYDAY 2: CRIMEWAVE EDITION
Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy
PixelJunk™ Monsters 2
PixelJunk™ Monsters 2 Danganronpa Pack
PixelJunk™ Monsters 2 Season Pass
Pumped BMX +
Pure Pool
Rayman® Legends
Ride 2 Special Edition
Risk of Rain 2
Rock Band™ Rivals Expansion Pack
Rocksmith® 2014 Edition – Remastered
Ruiner
Scribblenauts Mega Pack
Serial Cleaner
Sniper Elite 3 Ultimate Edition
Sniper Elite 4
Snooker 19
SONIC FORCES Digital Standard Edition
Sonic Mania
STEEP
Steep X Games Gold Edition
Stikbold! A Dodgeball Adventure
Syberia 3
Team Sonic Racing
Terminator: Resistance
Terraria: PS4™ Edition
The Bard's Tale IV: Director's Cut
The Crew® 2
The Crew® 2 Deluxe Edition
The Crew® 2 Season Pass
The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance Tactics
The Flame in the Flood: Complete Edition
The Little Acre
The Messenger
The Spectrum Retreat
The Surge - Augmented Edition
The Technomancer
The Wolf Among Us
This War of Mine: The Little Ones
Tom Clancy’s The Division™
Torment: Tides of Numenera
Trackmania Turbo
Trials Fusion: Awesome MAX Edition
Trials Fusion™
TRIVIAL PURSUIT LIVE!
Ugly Dolls: An Imperfect Adventure
Ultimate Chicken Horse
Ultimate Pack
Watch Dogs™ Gold Edition
Wolfenstein: Youngblood Deluxe Edition
Word Maze by POWGI
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2020.06.24 23:59 DealsCanada [Sony Online Entertainment] PSN - Playstation - Mid-Year Deals

Deal Link
Expiry: July 9, 2020
Retailer: Sony Online Entertainment
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[428: Shibuya Scramble](
https://store.playstation.com/en-ca/pro ... BUYASCRAUS
[Additional Character Pack Vol.1](
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[Additional Character Pack Vol.2](
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[Additional Character Pack Vol.3](
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[Additional Character Pack Vol.4](
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[Additional Character Pack Vol.5](
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[Aegis of Earth: Protonovus Assault](
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[Age of Wonders: Planetfall](
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[Age of Wonders: Planetfall Deluxe Edition](
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[Age of Wonders: Planetfall Premium Edition](
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[AI: THE SOMNIUM FILES](
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[Alekhine's Gun](
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[AO International Tennis](
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[Arc of Alchemist](
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[Assassin's Creed® Odyssey](
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[Assassin's Creed® Odyssey Gold Edition ](
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[Assassin’s Creed® Origins Deluxe Edition](
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[Azur Lane: Crosswave](
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[Battlefield™ V Year 2 Edition](
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[Beast Quest](
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[BIG BASH BOOM](
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[Biped](
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[BlazBlue Cross Tag Battle Additional Character Pack Vol.6](
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[BlazBlue Cross Tag Battle Additional Character Pack Vol.7](
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[BlazBlue Cross Tag Battle Additional Color Set 1](
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[BlazBlue Cross Tag Battle Additional Color Set 3](
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[BlazBlue Cross Tag Battle Special Edition](
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[BlazBlue Cross Tag Battle Ver 2.0 Expansion Pack](
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[BlazBlue: Central Fiction](
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[BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle](
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[BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle Add. Character Pack 1-7](
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[Blood Bowl 2](
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[Blood Bowl 2: Legendary Edition](
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[Bound by Flame™](
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[Bulletstorm: Full Clip Edition](
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[Bulletstorm: Full Clip Edition Duke Nukem Bundle](
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[Catherine: Full Body](
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[Catherine: Full Body Digital Deluxe Edition](
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[Civilization VI Expansion Bundle](
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[ CODE SHIFTER ](
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[Conception PLUS: Maidens of the Twelve Stars](
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[CRICKET 19](
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[Cyberdimension Neptunia: 4 Goddesses Online](
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[Damascus Gear: Operation Osaka HD Edition](
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[DayZ](
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[Dead Alliance™](
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[Dead Cells](
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[Death end reQuest](
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[Dishonored®: Death of the Outsider™](
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[Dishonored®: Death of the Outsider™ Deluxe Bundle](
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[Dishonored®: The Complete Collection ](
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[Double Dragon and Kunio-kun: Retro Brawler Bundle](
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[Dragon Ball Xenoverse](
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[Drawful 2](
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[Dying Light](
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[EA SPORTS™ FIFA 20 Champions Edition](
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[EA SPORTS™ UFC® 3](
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[EARTH DEFENSE FORCE 5](
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[EARTH DEFENSE FORCE 5 Deluxe Edition](
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[EARTH DEFENSE FORCE: IRON RAIN Ultimate Edition](
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[EARTH DEFENSE FORCE:IRON RAIN](
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[Electronauts](
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[Elite Dangerous](
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[Euro Fishing](
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[Exist Archive: The Other Side of the Sky](
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[Fairy Fencer F: Advent Dark Force](
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[Far Cry New Dawn](
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[Farming Simulator 19](
https://store.playstation.com/en-ca/pro ... GSIMULAT19
[Farming Simulator 19 - Platinum Edition](
https://store.playstation.com/en-ca/pro ... ATINUMEDIT
[Farming Simulator 19 - Premium Edition](
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[Fishing Sim World: Pro Tour - Giant Carp Pack](
https://store.playstation.com/en-ca/pro ... GIANTCARP1
[Fishing Sim World®: Pro Tour - Collector's Edition](
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[Fishing Sim World®: Pro Tour - Jezioro Bestii](
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[Fishing Sim World®: Pro Tour - Lake Arnold](
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[Fishing Sim World®: Pro Tour - Quad Lake Pass](
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[Fishing Sim World®: Pro Tour - Tackle Box Equipment Pack](
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[Fishing Sim World®: Pro Tour - Tournament Bass Pack](
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[Fishing Sim World®: Pro Tour Deluxe Edition](
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[Flywrench](
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[Gabbuchi](
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[Get Even](
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[Ghost Parade](
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[Ghostbusters: The Video Game Remastered](
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[GOD EATER 2: Rage Burst](
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[GTAV: Premium Online Edition and Great White Shark Card](
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[GTAV: Premium Online Edition and Megalodon Shark Card](
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[GTAV: Premium Online Edition and Whale Shark Card](
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[GUILTY GEAR](
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[Guilty Gear Xrd -REVELATOR-](
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[Guilty Gear Xrd REV 2](
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[HITMAN™ - Game of the Year Edition](
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[Ice Age Scrat's Nutty Adventure!](
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[Impact Winter](
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[Injustice™ 2 - Legendary Edition](
https://store.playstation.com/en-ca/pro ... ICE2LE0000
[Jetpack Joyride](
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[JUMANJI: The Video Game](
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[JUMP FORCE - Deluxe Edition](
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[Jurassic World Evolution Deluxe Edition](
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[KATANA KAMI: A Way of the Samurai Story](
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[LEGO® DC Super-Villains Deluxe Edition](
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[LEGO® Star Wars™: The Force Awakens Deluxe Edition](
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[LEGO® The Hobbit™](
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[Lichdom: Battlemage](
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[Little Dragons Café](
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[Loading Human: Chapter 1](
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[Madden NFL 20 Ultimate Superstar Edition](
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[Madden NFL 20: Superstar Edition](
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[Magicka 2](
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[Magicka 2: Special Edition](
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[Masquerade: The Baubles of Doom](
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[Mega Man Zero/ZX Legacy Collection](
https://store.playstation.com/en-ca/pro ... 0000000001
[Megadimension Neptunia VII](
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[Megadimension Neptunia VIIR](
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[Middle-earth™: Shadow of War™ Definitive Edition](
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[Mordheim: City of the Damned](
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[MotoGP™20](
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[MX Nitro: Unleashed](
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[NARUTO: Ultimate Ninja STORM](
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[Need for Speed™ Heat Deluxe Edition](
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[NHL® 20 Deluxe Edition](
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[NHL® 20 Ultimate Edition](
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[Nidhogg](
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[Nidhogg 2](
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[Ninjin: Clash of Carrots](
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[Omega Quintet](
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[One Piece: Pirate Warriors 3](
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[Overcooked: Gourmet Edition](
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[PAC-MAN™ CHAMPIONSHIP EDITION 2](
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[PAW Patrol is on a roll!](
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[Penarium](
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[Persona 3: Dancing in Moonlight](
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[Persona 5: Dancing in Starlight](
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[Plants vs. Zombies: Battle for Neighborville™ Deluxe Edition](
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[Puyo Puyo Champions](
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[Puyo Puyo™Tetris®](
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[Race with Ryan](
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[RAD](
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[Raw Data](
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[Red Dead Redemption 2: Special Edition](
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[RESIDENT EVIL RESISTANCE - RP Booster 10-Pack](
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[RESIDENT EVIL RESISTANCE - RP Booster 3-Pack](
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[RESIDENT EVIL RESISTANCE - RP Booster 50-Pack](
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[River City Melee Mach!!](
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[Road Rage](
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[Sakura Wars](
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[Sakura Wars Digital Deluxe Edition](
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[School Girl/Zombie Hunter](
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[Seasons after Fall](
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[Skyforge: 105000 Argents](
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[Skyforge: 11750 Argents](
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[Skyforge: 24000 Argents](
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[Skyforge: 50000 Argents](
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[Skyforge: Grovewalker Collector's Edition](
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[Skyforge: Gunner Quickplay Pack](
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[Skyforge: Knight Quickplay Pack](
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[Skyforge: Slayer Quickplay Pack](
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[Skyforge: Soundweaver Quickplay Pack](
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[Skyforge: Starter Pack 3.0](
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[Skyrim Special Edition + Fallout 4 G.O.T.Y. Bundle](
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[Sniper Elite 4 Deluxe Edition](
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[South Park™: The Fractured but Whole™ Gold Edition](
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[Spirit Hunter: Death Mark](
https://store.playstation.com/en-ca/pro ... ROR2018HRP
[Spirit Hunter: NG](
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[Sprint Vector](
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[STAY COOL, KOBAYASHI-SAN!: A RIVER CITY RANSOM STORY](
https://store.playstation.com/en-ca/pro ... 0000000000
[STEINS;GATE ELITE](
https://store.playstation.com/en-ca/pro ... GATEELITE4
[STEINS;GATE: My Darling's Embrace](
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[Stellaris: Console Edition](
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[Stellaris: Console Edition - Deluxe Edition](
https://store.playstation.com/en-ca/pro ... RISDDEUS01
[Super Neptunia RPG](
https://store.playstation.com/en-ca/pro ... IA2D000001
[Surviving Mars](
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[Surviving Mars - Digital Deluxe Edition](
https://store.playstation.com/en-ca/pro ... INGMARSDDE
[Surviving Mars - First Colony Edition](
https://store.playstation.com/en-ca/pro ... INGMARSFCE
[SWORD ART ONLINE: Hollow Realization](
https://store.playstation.com/en-ca/pro ... RTHR0000US
[Team Sonic Racing and Super Monkey Ball: Banana Blitz HD](
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[Team17 Indie Heroes](
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[Team17 Trophy Hunters Pack](
https://store.playstation.com/en-ca/pro ... IEBUN00003
[The Crew® 2 Gold Edition](
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[The Division 2 - Warlords of New York - Expansion](
https://store.playstation.com/en-ca/pro ... 0000000000
[The Division 2 - Warlords of New York - Ultimate Edition](
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[The Division 2 - Warlords of New York Edition](
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[The Escapists + The Escapists 2](
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[The Evil Within® 2](
https://store.playstation.com/en-ca/pro ... 0000000000
[The Jackbox Party Pack 3](
https://store.playstation.com/en-ca/pro ... TYPACK3PS4
[The Jackbox Party Pack 4](
https://store.playstation.com/en-ca/pro ... TYPACK4PS4
[The Jackbox Party Pack 6](
https://store.playstation.com/en-ca/pro ... TYPACK6PS4
[The King of Fighters XIV](
https://store.playstation.com/en-ca/pro ... FIGHTERS14
[THE KING OF FIGHTERS XIV Special Anniversary Edition](
https://store.playstation.com/en-ca/pro ... ANNIVERSAR
[The Sims™ 4 Deluxe Party Edition](
https://store.playstation.com/en-ca/pro ... UXEPARTY00
[The Walking Dead: Saints and Sinners Standard Edition](
https://store.playstation.com/en-ca/pro ... TDEDITION0
[The Walking Dead: Saints and Sinners Tourist Edition](
https://store.playstation.com/en-ca/pro ... RISTEDTN01
[The Walking Dead: The Telltale Definitive Series](
https://store.playstation.com/en-ca/pro ... 0000000000
[The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt – Complete Edition](
https://store.playstation.com/en-ca/pro ... 00000GOTY5
[The Yakuza Origins Digital Bundle](
https://store.playstation.com/en-ca/pro ... AKUZA0K1K2
[The Yakuza Remastered Collection](
https://store.playstation.com/en-ca/pro ... REMASTERED
[Tokyo Twilight Ghost Hunters Daybreak: Special Gigs](
https://store.playstation.com/en-ca/pro ... YBREAKSPGJ
[Tokyo Xanadu eX+](
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[Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon® Wildlands Year 2 Gold Edition](
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[Train Sim World: Caltrain MP15DC Diesel Switcher](
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[Train Sim World: DB BR 155 Loco Add-On](
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[Train Sim World: Tees Valley Line: Darlington – Saltburn](
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[Train Sim World® 2020](
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[Train Sim World® 2020 Deluxe Edition](
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[Train Sim World®: BR Class 31](
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[Train Sim World®: Caltrain MP36PH-3C ‘Baby Bullet’](
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[Train Sim World®: Canadian National Oakville Subdivision](
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[Train Sim World®: East Coastway](
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[Train Sim World®: Hauptstrecke Rhein-Ruhr: Duisburg - Bochum](
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[Train Sim World®: Peninsula Corridor: San Francisco - San Jose](
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[Train Sim World®: Rhein-Ruhr Osten: Wuppertal - Hagen](
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[Train Sim World®: Ruhr-Sieg Nord](
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[Trine 4: The Nightmare Prince](
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[Troll and I™](
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[Tropico 6 El Prez Edition](
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[Two Point Hospital™](
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[Under Night In-Birth Exe:Late[cl-r]](
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[Utawarerumono: Mask of Deception](
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[Utawarerumono: Mask of Truth](
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[Valentino Rossi The Game Compact](
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[Valkyria Revolution](
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[Void Bastards](
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[We Happy Few](
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[We Happy Few Digital Deluxe Edition](
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[We Happy Few Season Pass](
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[Wolfenstein® II: The New Colossus™ Digital Deluxe Edition](
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[World War Z - Biohazard Weapon Pack](
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[World War Z - GOTY Edition](
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[World War Z - Lobo Weapon Pack](
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[World War Z - Season Pass](
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[World War Z - Special Operations Forces Pack](
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[World War Z – Last Aid Pack](
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[World War Z – Marseille Episode](
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[World War Z – The Professionals Pack](
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[World War Z – War Heroes Pack](
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[Yakuza 3 Remastered](
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[Yakuza 4 Remastered](
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[Yakuza 5 Remastered](
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[YU-NO: A girl who chants love at the bound of this world.](
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[Zanki Zero: Last Beginning](
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[Zero Escape: The Nonary Games](
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[Zero Escape: Zero Time Dilemma](
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2020.06.24 10:55 ProjectVRD All PS4, PS3 & Vita Discounts 24/6/20 @ PSN

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2020.04.28 11:33 MarkerSniffer [Xbox Store] This Week’s Deals With Gold And Spotlight Sale + Publisher Sale + Addon Sale + Golden Sale (Ends 4/27)XBOX (HUGE DIGITAL SALE)

Sorry about the wrong date in the title. These deals are good through 5/4
MajorNelson has posted this weeks Deals With Gold And Spotlight Sale + Publisher Sale + Addon Sale + Golden Sale. All of the deals may not fit in the original post so look down in the comments.
Xbox One Price %OFF Type Notes
11-11 Memories Retold $7.49+ 75% XOXE GoldenSale
8Floor Strategic Collection $9.99 50% Game SpotlightSale
911 Operator $8.99 40% Game SpotlightSale
Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown Season Pass $12.49 50% AddOn AddOnSale
Apex Legends – Octane Edition $14.99 25% AddOn AddOnSale
ARCADE GAME SERIES: DIG DUG $1.99 50% Game GoldenSale
ARCADE GAME SERIES: GALAGA $1.99 50% Game GoldenSale
ARCADE GAME SERIES: Ms. PAC-MAN $1.99 50% Game GoldenSale
ARCADE GAME SERIES: PAC-MAN $1.99 50% Game GoldenSale
Asdivine Dios $8.99+ 40% PA GoldenSale
Assassin’s Creed Odyssey – Legacy of the First Blade $12.49 50% AddOn AddOnSale
Assassin’s Creed Odyssey – SEASON PASS $19.99 50% AddOn AddOnSale
Assassin’s Creed Odyssey – The Fate of Atlantis $12.49 50% AddOn AddOnSale
Assassin’s Creed Origins – Deluxe Pack $4.99 50% AddOn AddOnSale
Assassin’s Creed Origins – Horus Pack $3.49 50% AddOn AddOnSale
Assassin’s Creed Origins – Season Pass $19.99 50% AddOn AddOnSale
Assassin’s Creed Origins – The Curse Of the Pharaohs $9.99 50% AddOn AddOnSale
Assassin’s Creed Origins – The Hidden Ones $4.99 50% AddOn AddOnSale
ATV Drift & Tricks Definitive Edition $8.99 70% Game SpotlightSale
Batman: Arkham Knight Season Pass $5.99 70% AddOn AddOnSale
Battlefield V – Chapter 6 Premium Booster Pack $2.99 40% AddOn AddOnSale
Battlefield V Premium Starter Pack $22.49 25% AddOn AddOnSale
Battlefield V Starter Pack $22.49 25% AddOn AddOnSale
Beyond Eyes $2.99 80% Game DWG
Bladestorm: Nightmare $23.99+ 60% Game GoldenSale
Bloodstained: Curse of the Moon $4.99 50% Game GoldenSale
Borderlands 3 Season Pass $39.99 20% AddOn AddOnSale
Borderlands 3 Super Deluxe Edition $49.99 50% XOXE DWG
BRAWLHALLA – ALL LEGENDS PACK $14.99 25% AddOn AddOnSale
BRAWLHALLA – COLLECTORS PACK $89.99 10% AddOn AddOnSale
Call Of Duty: Advanced Warfare Digital Pro Edition $29.99+ 70% Game PubSale
Call Of Duty: Advanced Warfare Gold Edition $19.79+ 67% Game PubSale
Call Of Duty: Black Ops 4 $19.79+ 67% XOXE PubSale
Call Of Duty: Black Ops 4 – Black Ops Pass $19.99 60% AddOn PubSale
Call Of Duty: Black Ops 4 – Digital Deluxe $32.99+ 67% XOXE PubSale
Call Of Duty: Black Ops III – Zombies Chronicles Edition $19.79+ 67% Game PubSale
Call Of Duty: Black Ops III – Zombies Deluxe $29.99+ 70% Game PubSale
Call Of Duty: Ghosts $19.79+ 67% Game PubSale
Call Of Duty: Ghosts Digital Hardened Edition $29.99+ 70% Game PubSale
Call Of Duty: Infinite Warfare – Digital Deluxe Edition $29.99+ 70% XOXE PubSale
Call Of Duty: Infinite Warfare – Launch Edition $19.79+ 67% XOXE PubSale
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare – Battle Pass Edition $63.99+ 20% Game PubSale
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare – Digital Standard Edition $44.99+ 25% XOXE PubSale
Call of Duty: WWII – Digital Deluxe Edition $29.99+ 70% XOXE PubSale
Call Of Duty: WWII – Gold Edition $19.79+ 67% XOXE PubSale
Carnival Games $13.99 65% Game DWG
Castle Invasion: Throne Out $2.49 50% Game SpotlightSale
Chroma Squad $3.74 75% Game GoldenSale
Civilization VI Expansion Bundle $37.49 25% AddOn AddOnSale
Conan Exiles – Debaucheries of Derketo Pack $6.49 35% AddOn AddOnSale
Conan Exiles – Year 2 DLC Bundle $6.49 35% AddOn AddOnSale
Conan Exiles Jewel of the West Pack $6.99 30% AddOn AddOnSale
Conan Exiles The Savage Frontier Pack $20.99 30% AddOn AddOnSale
Crash + Spyro Triple Play Bundle $59.99+ 40% Game PubSale
Crash Bandicoot Bundle – N. Sane Trilogy + CTR Nitro-Fueled $41.24+ 45% Game PubSale
Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy $19.99 50% XOXE PubSale
Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled $23.99+ 40% XOXE PubSale
Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled – Nitros Oxide Edition $41.24+ 45% XOXE PubSale
Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled + Spyro Game Bundle $35.99+ 40% XOXE PubSale
Cuisine Royale – Advanced Pack $24.99 50% AddOn AddOnSale
Cuisine Royale – Age of Nagual Pack $24.99 50% AddOn AddOnSale
Cuisine Royale – Eagle Knight Pack $12.49 50% AddOn AddOnSale
DAKAR 18 $7.49 70% Game DWG
Dark Souls II: Scholar Of The First Sin $9.99 75% Game GoldenSale
DARK SOULS III: Ashes of Ariandel $7.49 50% AddOn AddOnSale
DARK SOULS III: Season Pass $12.49 50% AddOn AddOnSale
DARK SOULS III: The Ringed City $7.49 50% AddOn AddOnSale
Darksiders 3 DLC Bundle $7.49 50% AddOn AddOnSale
Darksiders II Deathinitive Edition $5.99 80% XOXE DWG
DayZ Livonia $11.19 20% AddOn AddOnSale
Dead by Daylight: A Nightmare on Elm Street Chapter $7.19 50% AddOn AddOnSale
Dead by Daylight: Cursed Legacy Chapter $5.59 30% AddOn AddOnSale
Dead by Daylight: Ghost Face $2.49 50% AddOn AddOnSale
Dead by Daylight: The SAW Chapter $3.99 50% AddOn AddOnSale
Dead by Daylight: The Stranger Things Chapter $8.39 30% AddOn AddOnSale
Dead Or Alive 6 $23.99+ 60% XOXE GoldenSale
Dead Or Alive 6 Digital Deluxe Edition $31.99+ 60% XOXE GoldenSale
Dead Or Alive 6 Season Pass 1 74.39 20% AddOn GoldenSale
DEAD OR ALIVE 6 Season Pass 2 $71.99 10% AddOn GoldenSale
Dead Rising $5.99 70% Game GoldenSale
Dead Rising 2 $5.99 70% Game GoldenSale
Dead Rising 2 Off The Record $5.99 70% Game GoldenSale
Dead Rising 4 $19.99 50% GamePass GoldenSale
Dead Rising 4 Deluxe Edition $29.99 50% GamePass GoldenSale
Dead Rising 4: Frank Rising $4.99 50% AddOn AddOnSale
Deus Ex: Mankind Divided – A Criminal Past $2.39 80% AddOn AddOnSale
Deus Ex: Mankind Divided – Assault Pack $1.24 75% AddOn AddOnSale
Deus Ex: Mankind Divided – Season Pass $2.99 80% AddOn AddOnSale
Deus Ex: Mankind Divided – System Rift $2.39 80% AddOn AddOnSale
Devil May Cry 5 – Alt Hero Colors $8.99 20% AddOn AddOnSale
Devil May Cry 5 100,000 Red Orbs $1.79 20% AddOn AddOnSale
Devil May Cry 5 In-game Unlock Bundle 0.99 50% AddOn AddOnSale
Diablo III: Eternal Collection $19.79+ 67% XOXE PubSale
DiRT Rally 2.0 Year One Pass $17.99 50% AddOn AddOnSale
Dragon Age: Inquisition DLC Bundle $9.89 67% Game AddOnSale
DRAGON BALL FighterZ – FighterZ Edition $23.74+ 75% XOXE GoldenSale
DRAGON BALL FIGHTERZ – FighterZ Pass $17.49 50% AddOn AddOnSale
DRAGON BALL FIGHTERZ – FighterZ Pass 2 $12.49 50% AddOn AddOnSale
Dragon Ball Xenoverse $5.99+ 85% Game GoldenSale
Dragon Ball Xenoverse + Season Pass $9.74+ 85% Game GoldenSale
DRAGON BALL XENOVERSE 2 – Anime Music Pack 1 $7.49 50% AddOn AddOnSale
DRAGON BALL XENOVERSE 2 – Anime Music Pack 2 $7.49 50% AddOn AddOnSale
DRAGON BALL XENOVERSE 2 – Extra Pass $14.99 50% AddOn AddOnSale
DRAGON BALL XENOVERSE 2 – Super Pass $14.99 50% AddOn AddOnSale
DRAGON BALL XENOVERSE 2 – Ultra Pack Set $7.49 50% AddOn AddOnSale
Dragon Ball Xenoverse Super Bundle $12.74+ 85% Game GoldenSale
DRAGON BALL Z: KAKAROT Deluxe Edition 56.94 33% Game GoldenSale
Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen $11.99 60% Game GoldenSale
DragonFangZ – The Rose&Dungeon of Time $10.24 50% PA GoldenSale
Dungeons 3 $11.99 70% Game DWG
Dying Light – Cuisine & Cargo $3.49 30% AddOn AddOnSale
Dying Light – The Bozak Horde $6.99 30% AddOn AddOnSale
Dying Light – Ultimate Survivor Bundle $3.49 30% AddOn AddOnSale
Dying Light: Season Pass $11.99 60% AddOn AddOnSale
Dying Light: The Following $7.99 60% AddOn AddOnSale
Dynasty Warriors 8 Empires $19.99+ 60% Game GoldenSale
Dynasty Warriors 9 – Additional Costume Set $35.99 20% AddOn AddOnSale
Dynasty Warriors 9 – Additional Scenarios Set $22.39 20% AddOn AddOnSale
Dynasty Warriors 9 – Additional Weapons Set $18.39 20% AddOn AddOnSale
Dynasty Warriors 9 – All Season Passes Set $50.39 20% AddOn AddOnSale
Dynasty Warriors 9 – Season Pass $12.49 50% AddOn AddOnSale
Dynasty Warriors 9 – Season Pass 2 $26.99 40% AddOn AddOnSale
Dynasty Warriors 9 – Season Pass 3 $31.49 30% AddOn AddOnSale
EARTH’S DAWN $11.99 60% Game GoldenSale
eFootball PES 2020 Legend Edition $29.99 25% GamePass GoldenSale
eFootball PES 2020 Standard Edition $22.49 25% GamePass GoldenSale
Elite Dangerous: Deluxe Edition $19.79 67% XOXE DWG
Elite Dangerous: Horizons Season Pass $9.89 67% AddOn DWG
Elite Dangerous: Standard Edition $9.89 67% XOXE DWG
Evoland Legendary Edition $7.99 60% XOXE DWG
Fallout 4: Automatron $3.99 60% AddOn AddOnSale
Fallout 4: Contraptions Workshop $1.99 60% AddOn AddOnSale
Fallout 4: Far Harbor $9.99 60% AddOn AddOnSale
Fallout 4: Nuka-World $7.99 60% AddOn AddOnSale
Fallout 4: Season Pass $19.99 60% AddOn AddOnSale
Fallout 4: Vault-Tec Workshop 1.99 60% AddOn AddOnSale
Fallout 4: Wasteland Workshop $1.99 60% AddOn AddOnSale
Fallout 76 Tricentennial Pack Upgrade $11.99 40% AddOn AddOnSale
Far Cry 4 Escape From Durgesh Prison $2.99 60% AddOn AddOnSale
Far Cry 4 Hurk Deluxe Pack $2.99 60% AddOn AddOnSale
Far Cry 4 Season Pass $4.49 70% AddOn AddOnSale
Far Cry 4 Valley Of The Yetis $3.99 60% AddOn AddOnSale
Far Cry 5 – XXL Pack $34.99 30% AddOn AddOnSale
Far Cry 5 Care Package $49.99 40% Game AddOnSale
Far Cry 5 Dead Living Zombies $3.49 50% AddOn AddOnSale
Far Cry 5 Deluxe Pack $5.35 33% AddOn AddOnSale
Far Cry 5 Hours Of Darkness $4.99 50% AddOn AddOnSale
Far Cry 5 Lost On Mars $8.03 33% AddOn AddOnSale
Far Cry 5 Season Pass $6.69 33% AddOn AddOnSale
Far Cry 5 Silver Bars – Large Pack $14.99 50% AddOn AddOnSale
Far Cry 5 Silver Bars – Medium Pack $19.99 30% AddOn AddOnSale
Far Cry 5 Silver Bars – Small Pack $9.99 30% AddOn AddOnSale
Far Cry 5 Silver Bars – XL Pack $4.99 30% AddOn AddOnSale
Far Cry New Dawn – Hurk Legacy Pack $1.99 50% AddOn AddOnSale
Far Cry New Dawn – Knight Pack $2.49 50% AddOn AddOnSale
Far Cry New Dawn – Retro Weapon Pack $19.99 30% AddOn AddOnSale
Far Cry New Dawn – Unicorn Trike $34.99 30% AddOn AddOnSale
Far Cry New Dawn Credits Pack – Large $2.49 50% AddOn AddOnSale
Far Cry New Dawn Credits Pack – XL $1.99 50% AddOn AddOnSale
Far Cry Primal Wenja Pack $2.79 60% AddOn AddOnSale
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2020.04.01 14:08 blackbartimus Los Wemblers de Iquitos — Baíon de la Selva [cumbia] (unknown date)

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2020.02.06 07:40 Viridis420 Official and Updated List

This post will be up to date of my current stock. I'll remove stickers as they are no longer available as well as add new exotic stickers as I come into possession of them.
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Amanita muscaria
Psilocybe allenii
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Psilocybe semperviva aka hoogshagenii var convexa aka subtropicallis (limited $25)
Psilocybe serbica
Psilocybe subaeruginosa
Psilocybe weraroa var subsecotioides (swab)
Psilocybe cubensis var Lake Toba Indonesia, var Iquitos Peru, var Transeki, var KSSS, var Thailand
Gymnopilus spectabilis
Paneaolus bispora
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2020.01.26 02:40 wanderiswonderful First Trip to Peru Advice?

tl;dr Landing in Peru June 29th, leaving July 11th, taking a Manu National Park tour that departs (and returns) to Cuzco July 3rd- July 9th, and would also like to do a two day tour of The Inca Trail trek/Machu Picchu as well as a day tour on the Amazon river itself. How can I make this work best time wise?
I am currently planning a trip to Peru, arriving on June 29 and departing on July 11th. I have decided to do a 7 day tour of the Manu National Park reserved zone from July 3rd to July 9th, which departs and returns to Cuzco. This is one part of the trip that I’m certain on doing.
However, there are two other things I want to do while in Peru. One is The Inca Trail/Machu Picchu. However, the classic IT takes 4 days and the dates at the end of June are basically sold out. I will have to settle for the short 2 day version, which I suppose could be either before or after Manu.
However, there is a third thing I want to do which is throwing a wrench in things. I’d like to spend one day on the Amazon river itself and maybe see some pink dolphins. The best place to do this seems to be Iquitos, but that’s out of the way of both Cuzco and Manu.
It seems that most 2 day treks of the Inca Trail brief you the night before in Cuzco, but after a four hour from Iquitos late on the same day as the Amazon river tour (probably not leaving Iquitos until at least 7pm), I don’t think I could make it to the briefings.
Would the whole trip run smoother if I abandoned the idea of going to Iquitos or should I try to make this work? Also taking recommendations for reputable Iquitos day tours/Short Inca Trail treks. Any advice welcome.
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2020.01.26 01:57 wanderiswonderful First Solo Trip Itinerary Advice

tl;dr Landing in Peru June 29th, leaving July 11th, taking a Manu National Park tour that departs (and returns) to Cuzco July 3rd- July 9th, and would also like to do a two day tour of The Inca Trail trek/Machu Picchu as well as a day tour on the Amazon river itself. How can I make this work best time wise?
I am currently planning a trip to Peru, arriving on June 29 and departing on July 11th. I have decided to do a 7 day tour of the Manu National Park reserved zone from July 3rd to July 9th, which departs and returns to Cuzco. This is one part of the trip that I’m certain on doing.
However, there are two other things I want to do while in Peru. One is The Inca Trail/Machu Picchu. However, the classic IT takes 4 days and the dates at the end of June are basically sold out. I will have to settle for the short 2 day version, which I suppose could be either before or after Manu.
However, there is a third thing I want to do which is throwing a wrench in things. I’d like to spend one day on the Amazon river itself and maybe see some pink dolphins. The best place to do this seems to be Iquitos, but that’s out of the way of both Cuzco and Manu.
It seems that most 2 day treks of the Inca Trail brief you the night before in Cuzco, but after a four hour from Iquitos late on the same day as the Amazon river tour (probably not leaving Iquitos until at least 7pm), I don’t think I could make it to the briefings.
Would the whole trip run smoother if I abandoned the idea of going to Iquitos or should I try to make this work? Also taking recommendations for reputable Iquitos day tours/Short Inca Trail treks. Any advice welcome.
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2019.11.20 18:46 TheWCAOfficial WCA Competition Announcement Thread for Week 46 of 2019

Hi /cubers!
Here is the list of competitions announced since Wednesday 2019-11-13. For more information please visit the corresponding websites :)
Disclaimer: continents correspond to the WCA interpretation. The full list can be found here.
(Dates are year-month-day)

Asia

Country City Name Start Date End Date Website
Bangladesh Dhaka Bangladesh Cubing Fiesta 2019 2019-12-19 2019-12-21 Link
China Ningbo, Zhejiang Ningbo Footsteps 2019 2019-12-15 2019-12-15 Link
India Kanchipuram, Tamil Nadu C3 Cup Finale 2019 2019-12-28 2019-12-29 Link
Indonesia Jakarta Pejaten Village Speedcubing 2019 2019-12-14 2019-12-14 Link
Indonesia Medan, North Sumatra Medan 10th Anniversary 2019 2019-12-21 2019-12-22 Link
Mongolia Darkhan, Darkhan-Uul Province, Mongolia Darkhan Cube Day 2019 2019-12-14 2019-12-14 Link
Philippines Cebu City Cebu Speedcubing Year End 2019 2019-12-21 2019-12-22 Link

Europe

Country City Name Start Date End Date Website
Azerbaijan Baku Baku Engineering University 2019 2019-12-15 2019-12-15 Link
France Chelles Chelles Open 2020 2020-02-15 2020-02-16 Link
Ireland Cork Cork Open 2020 2020-04-04 2020-04-05 Link
Italy Lecce Salento Cubing Open 2020 2020-01-04 2020-01-05 Link
Poland Łuków Polish Speedcubing Tour Łuków 2019 2019-12-14 2019-12-15 Link
Spain Barcelona FME Open 2019 2019-12-14 2019-12-15 Link
Spain Elizondo, Navarra Juki Mods Baztan Open 2020 2020-04-10 2020-04-11 Link

North America

Country City Name Start Date End Date Website
Guatemala Quetzaltenango GuateMaya Open 2019 2019-12-14 2019-12-15 Link
Honduras Tegucigalpa Cubing for Life Honduras 2019 2019-12-15 2019-12-15 Link
Mexico Zacatecas Cubing Zacatecas 2019 2019-12-14 2019-12-15 Link
Panama Panamá City Panamá Kocka 2019 2019-12-28 2019-12-28 Link
United States Ann Arbor, Michigan Michigan Cubing Club Epsilon 2019 2019-12-15 2019-12-15 Link
United States Apple Valley, Minnesota Mega Minnesota Winter 2019 2019-12-14 2019-12-15 Link
United States Charlotte, North Carolina Charlotte Winter 2020 2020-01-04 2020-01-04 Link
United States Corvallis, Oregon Oregon State Leap Day 2020 2020-02-29 2020-02-29 Link
United States Dallas, Texas Dallas Cubemas 2019 2019-12-21 2019-12-22 Link
United States New Brighton, Minnesota North Star Cubing Challenge 2020 2020-01-18 2020-01-19 Link
United States Portland, Oregon PDX Cubing for Causes 2020 2020-02-08 2020-02-08 Link
United States Portland, Oregon Portland in a Pyra Tree 2019 2019-12-28 2019-12-28 Link
United States Richmond, Virginia MLWGS Winter 2020 2020-01-18 2020-01-18 Link

Oceania

Country City Name Start Date End Date Website
Australia Melbourne, Victoria Melbourne Summer 2020 2020-01-25 2020-01-27 Link

South America

Country City Name Start Date End Date Website
Brazil Manaus, Amazonas IFAM Open 2019 2019-12-14 2019-12-15 Link
Brazil Parnamirim, Rio Grande do Norte Dunas Open 2019 2019-12-21 2019-12-22 Link
Brazil Salvador, Bahia Salvador NxN 2019 2019-12-15 2019-12-15 Link
Brazil São Bernardo do Campo, São Paulo Bernô Feet Friendship 2019 2019-12-14 2019-12-15 Link
Brazil Vila Velha, Espírito Santo Vila Velha Quiet 2019 2019-12-15 2019-12-15 Link
Colombia Bogotá D.C. Feliz Navidad Bogotá 2019 2019-12-15 2019-12-15 Link
Peru Iquitos Iquitos Cuber 2019 2019-12-21 2019-12-21 Link
Peru Lima Lima Cuberano 2020 2020-01-18 2020-01-19 Link
Peru Pucallpa GeekStore Speedsolving 2019 2019-12-28 2019-12-28 Link
Venezuela San Carlos Cojedes Cubing 2019 2019-12-15 2019-12-15 Link
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2019.07.26 22:57 Theenergyfox Meeting the Godess; AFormula for finding the 'one'.

I am 47 years old. I lived in the UK and spent a lot of time working and travelling in Europe until I was 33. Then I took a boat up the Amazon river from the coast of Brazil to Ecuador via Iquitos in Peru.
During my years I spent long periods of being completely chaste and I had periods in which I met many women, yet I always new that I was looking for the 'one'.
I learned in short to be attractive to many and choose only one, as JP has suggested, but my methodology went way beyond that. I approached this on metaphysical, physical and statistical levels simultaneously.
I learned a great deal. Eventually I came up with three rules that if I followed absolutely, then, I discovered that I would always meet a woman and fall deeply in love. This happened three times. I even would say to my friends 'I am about to meet someone' because I could feel that it was about to happen, and then it did reliably and repeatedly in my life.
I can hear you thinking;. 'How could this happen three times if you met 'the one'.
The answer is;. There was a fourth rule which I had never discovered due to my English upbringing, that Latin America helped me discover. The first three rules allowed me to meet a great woman, who I loved because they made me develop supreme integrity, powerful attraction and to draw on what I believe are sacred laws that only work when there is no intent to manipulate either myself or others. (The concept of esoteric secrets that keep themselves). The fourth rule was more to do with admitting to myself what I actually like.
I then applied a very methodical and statistical approach to meeting my eventual wife.
When we met, our decision was already made. I met her for just two dates before she moved in with me and we have been inseparable ever since. She is my Goddess.
I am thinking about opening a Youtube channel or writing a book to help other people, (particularly men, as I do not know how this would apply to women).
I am wondering how much interest there would be in such a method and what supplementary research and references I need to make a book credible about a subject that many would find 'incredible'.
What do you think?
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2019.07.13 05:25 geraltshairclip Ayahuasca, Precognition, Synchronicity and The Mandela Effect

I know this isn't a drugs subreddit, but given the amazing discussion on this thread https://www.reddit.com/Retconned/comments/cb3fuf/slices_of_life_the_story_of_a_man_who_caught_a/ started by the Moderator u/sagittariuscraig I figured I would share this. This community seems to be very open minded, which I appreciate very much.
OK, so basically, when I was in my teens I was obsessed with The Beatles, psychedelic drugs, yoga, transcendental meditation, out of body experiences, etc.
I was an absolute fitness freak. I would get up at around 6am, do various yoga asanas, go to school, play football (soccer) for four hours a day, do all my A-level coursework and then do various breathing exercises before I went to bed.
I found a load of books in a skip one day - the school for some reason decided to bin them. Some of them are very valuable today, but I will never sell them because they are awesome. One of the books was by a BBC cameraman who injured his back whilst filming in Nepal. He got healed by a local yoga guru and went on an absolutely mental voyage of discovery.
Sadly, I lent the book to someone at University who dropped out, never to be seen again and taking my book with him.
I am not joking you, some of the stuff I experienced was insane. On one occasion I literally felt like I had become a tiger after a certain breathing ratio. On another occasion, my heart LITERALLY STOPPED BEATING for several minutes. It scared the shite out of me and I never did it again because I clearly had no idea what I was messing with.
On we go.
Obviously, I had a pretty strange experience with spirituality. But things got weirder.
When I got to University, I immediately attracted friends that liked doing drugs. I started smoking. I started smoking cannabis. I started doing hard drugs like ecstasy and LSD.
Things started getting strange. I would meet people for the first time and immediately know their name before they had said it. I would walk past cigarette vending machines and pull the handle, commenting to nearby friends that I was going to get a pack of Marlboro Lights - and it happening.
I would walk past telephone booths, pull the coin return slot and say to friends "20p" and 20p would fall out of the machine.
I freaked the hell out of people with my precognition. It was 100% accurate.
Another strange thing. When I went to the open day for my University, I met a South African girl on the train. She said she was going back to South Africa and wasn't going to stay in the UK. Fast forward four years and I meet the same girl in a bar with one of my friends, who she was now dating. She just says "Hello Simon". WTF?
Then, one of my friends from home dies. I meet a girl on my course and we become fast friends. One day she invites me to meet her boyfriend. We talk. We both have a friend who died. Guess what? Same friend. WTF?????
It gets better. I meet this crazy couple. They claim to be some kind of wizard and witch. They ask me if I will volunteer for a ceremony. I agree. [Of course I agree] They start doing some kind of Reiki/Chaos Magick on me. They clearly have no idea what is happening/what they are doing and I quickly feel like my body is covered in Napalm. They run off to let me writhe around in agony for an hour.
I could go on, but hopefully this gives you a flavour of the madness I have endured during my life.
OK so fast forward to a trip to Peru. I'm in Cuzco with my ex-girlfriend and one of my best friends. We've just climbed a six thousand meter mountain in the Cordillera Blanca and are there to celebrate before we have to go back home.
I find a shaman shop and we go in. We being me and my friend. My ex is almost dead after getting the flu and climbing the mountain. I also have flu but that isn't going to stop me on my hols dagnammit!
My friend is an atheist and a scientist. He is an atheist because his parents were very religious. His way of rebelling. However, it's clear he is spiritual. He lived in Ireland for a time and lived with some kind of medium. He said he thought the idea of faeries was ludicrous and suddenly all the doors in the house slammed shut. He was quite perturbed by that to say the least.
Any road, we meet the shaman and he books us an ayahuasca ceremony for Friday night. We fast for 24 hours and then go and meet the shaman. We smoke tobacco, we drink ayahuasca (100% legal in Peru). We lie down. After a while the shaman, who has had ayahuasca, goes off to be sick. My friend gets up and chucks up.
I want to keep the ayahuasca down as long as possible. I'm lying down and not going anywhere. I really need a piss, but that can wait. I want my monies worth!
The shaman starts chanting. I'm starting to see cubic shapes in front of my eyes. This is way different to LSD, mushrooms or mescalin. This is properly geometric.
The shaman continues to chant. As he does so, I begin to see the famous visions of ayahuasca. The shamans "Icaros" or sacred songs/chants fill my soul, and I begin to see all kinds of crazy shit.
The shaman chants. Then pauses for a long time. I'm tripping balls but am a bit bored. God I need a piss. The shaman starts chanting again. This time it's completely disjointed, jarring. It's annoying. Then I suddenly fall back into a trance.
The jarring, disjointed chanting continues. It becomes repetitive, the same phrase over and over. I suddenly see with my eyes closed a being. A terrible being. A being older than human kind. He is dressed like a very ancient human, covered in animal skins, his face painted. I instantly know he is extremely evil. Some kind of primordial spirit. As soon as he enters from the shadows the shaman knows he is there. The moment I figure out what this thing is, the shaman's chanting changes. It's been repetitive for several minutes. Only at that moment when the entity starts to move towards me does the chanting change, and then the being recedes from me. WTF??????????????
The shaman eventually stops chanting. I get up, go for a piss and start puking. I've kept the ayahuasca down for at least four hours. I am hallucinating like mad. The stars are out. I feel amazing.
I lie back down and we all fall asleep for four hours. However, before I fall asleep I have a vision of London being attacked by terrorists in a massive, coordinated attack.
I speak to the shaman as he drives us back to town. How was he in my head? How did we have a telepathic bond? What the hell language was he chanting?
He tells me that when he takes ayahuasca, he becomes possessed by a SPIRIT FROM ATLANTIS and doesn't remember anything. The chanting is THE LANGUAGE OF ATLANTIS! WTF???????????????????????????
When I get back from Peru, two weeks later the 7/7 terrorists attack happen. Not too far off from what I saw that night as I tried to fall asleep in Peru.
Now the crazy part.
My friend. The scientist. The skeptic. The atheist.
He stays on in Peru for another few months. I get a shakily written letter in the post. I read it in bed to my ex GF before we hit the hay.
The jist is this. The ayahuasca trip we did didn't have much of an impact on him. He hardly felt it. He chalked this off as him being sick "too soon". But no.
He flew back to Lima to get a connecting flight to Iquitos. he was told he wasn't allowed to fly on this flight. No reason given.
That flight famously crashed into the Amazon, killing most of the people on board.
He got another flight and spent a week eating monkies killed with a blow pipe for breakfast.
He went to do another ayahuasca ceremony. He drank ayahuasca and it did nothing. He drank some more. Nothing. He drank some more. Nothing.
Eventually, the shaman said "there is a white light protecting you, would you like me to take it away?".
My friend said yes. Then collapsed on the floor with the effects of enough ayahuasca to take down an elephant.
This is all 100% true. I could tell you more strange tales but this will do for now.
I guess the question is, how does precognition work? How does synchronicity work (I believe there are a few examples here). How does this tie into the Mandela effect? is it possible to experience precognition anymore (I "tap into it" and haven't been able to since 2010). Has anyone experience synchronicity recently? I'd love to know.
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2018.10.07 17:06 TrueBestKorea [Event] Executive Punishment

Veronika Mendoza, despite already having served as President, has re-emerged as an anti-establishment firebrand in the latest act of her career. Elected on a promise of “restoring unity”, she has already began to decentralize key aspects of Peruvian democracy. While she does not have the power to directly order changes, she has a majority in Congress which has passed the omnibus carrying these transformations.
Legislative
Starting with the balance of powers in legislature, she has initiated some major changes here. To avoid confusion with the Indigenous Congress, the lower house will be called the National Assembly. For one, as not to confuse one President from the other (and to make sure they don’t get too full of themselves), the position of President of the Congress has been renamed “Officer of the Assembly.” The Officer of the Assembly must always belong to the majority group in the legislature, and will serve more or less as Speaker, Chief Whip, and Party Leader simultaneously. Another one of the duties will be to pass bills between the legislature and the Presidency. The Officer will always serve the entirety of a Congressional term (two years), and can only be removed if the majority group splits and no party can maintain a plurality. The office will be filled by the leader of the second-largest party in the interim, but they will have next to no power. The Officer can be re-elected up to three times; they will be third in the line of succession.
To dissuade parliamentarians from ever taking such an action again (or at least raising the stakes to do so), a successful motion of no confidence will instantly dissolve the Assembly and call a snap election. The President will also have their position up for grabs, but will stay in power until the next election is concluded.
Executive
The executive branch has also seen some changes. The Minister of State, which replaced the Prime Minister, has been basically entirely separated from the legislature. The new duty will be for them to oversee the Cabinet and its duties, as well as the staff of the President and the implementation of the administration’s agenda. The Minister can be removed by the Congress, but only in a motion of no confidence (see above) and therefore cannot be replaced as they are an elected official. The President themselves can dismiss the Minister of State but only with great discretion - if Congress rules the President’s dismissal unneeded, the Minister is reinstated.
The position of Vice President has been completely abolished, as there is next to no need for the position except for as a direct successor and partner to the President - a position more effectively filled by the Minister of State. The current Vice President, Edgar Ochoa, will become a Senior Advisor to the President and Minister of Education.
Finally, the position of President is one with great power, but also quite a few checks (as aforementioned). Foreign affairs, the military, the economy, and executive interaction with the legislature all fall under their portfolio. Every law passed must be signed by the President before it goes into action, and the resignation of officials must be submitted to them, pending acceptance.
Judicial
The most controversial part of the reforms is the plan for the Judicial branch. As per the new bill, the Constitutional Court will now be selected by the President for a six-year term and must not have any past political experience, significant ties to business or the military, or past accusations of corruption. They must be over 25 but below the age of 75, to ensure both “maturity and competency.”
The new duties of the Court will be to oversee the legality of Congress’ actions and whether they align with established law. They are also required to look after the President and Minister of State, and to see if their executive actions fall in line with said laws.
The President can ask the Court to make a broad review of the legislature’s duties and decide thusly whether or not to dismiss the Congress. This ensures the legality of such an action even if the report comes back in the legislature’s favor.
First-level Subdivisions
The Council of States was established to serve as the upper house in 2032, upon the foundation of Federation. However, it is not much of an additional check on the Assembly, as it adjourns sine die and only concerns issues that directly impact the states. The new and reformed Council will see each state fielding three candidates elected on a party-list basis; Special Municipalities (mentioned below) also field candidates, meaning the reconstituted body will have 90 seats in total. The point of the Council as defined in the bill will be to oversee the implementation of Constitutional law, judicial appointments, and to control the funding of government programs on a state level. As such, they will now meet daily, but not all bills passed by the Assembly must go through them first. The Council of States will be elected in April 2038.
States themselves will have more power delegated to them. They will henceforth have the power to control their own laws, judiciary, healthcare, economic development, gun laws, and most of their own affairs that aren’t binding on a national level. States will now elect a State President who will lead all the councils in the state in a bimonthly session.
Lima, Callao, Huancayo, Arequipa, Cusco, and Trujillo have been named separate “Special Municipalities” that will be self-governing with their own seats in Congress and their own council system, bringing the total number of seats to 201 (as Lima and Callao were already autonomous). These Special Municipalities will be distinct from the States system and will be able to have full authority on how the national and local agendas affect them. In addition, all cities with a population of greater than 100,000 (23 not counting the aforementioned) will be subject to the same treatment, minus state separation.
Decentralisation of Government
Lima was one of the most congested cities in the world; significant reforms to public transport have helped change that, and the amount of traffic jams and pollution has dramatically dropped. Despite this, adjustments must still be made. Two options were floated: either moving the capital from Lima, a costly measure that has the possibility of failure; or, to move major government departments away from Lima to other areas. The latter was chosen.
Only the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Ministry of Defense, the Ministry of Economy, the AOPP and National Development Project affiliates, the Federal Trade Syndicate, the Legislature, and the Executive Offices will remain in Lima.
A full list is here:
Ministry of Agriculture: Piuta
Ministry of Culture: Cusco
Ministry of Education: Ica
Ministry of Energy and Mines: Tacna
Ministry of Environment: Iquitos
Ministry of Foreign Commerce and Tourism: Trujillo
Ministry of Health: Chimbote
Ministry of Housing, Construction, and Sanitation: Punta Negra (SEZ south of Lima)
Ministry of the Interior (now a subset of the Minister of State’s office): Resistencia
Ministry of Justice: Arequipa
Ministry of Production: Huanuco
Ministry of Transport and Communications: Huancayo
Ministry of Women and Vulnerable Populations: Puno
The Indigenous Congress: Juliaca
The movements will be undertaken between now and 2041. Federal workers who do not wish to move from Lima will be given an opt-out program but will no longer be employed in that Ministry, at least not in the headquarters.
In a joint statement, the Common People Caucus and the Democratic Alliance shamed the government of Mendoza for “the egregious executive breach of powers once again displayed by Marxists with a lust for power.” A few members of The Union dissented and refused to vote for the decentralization efforts, but Mendoza’s bill still passed 135-62.
The elections for the Council of States and all new positions will occur in April 2039, the scheduled date for next elections. The Special Municipalities of Huancayo, Arequipa, Cusco, and Trujillo, however, will hold snap elections in April 2038 to decide the new government.
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2018.08.23 17:10 ASavageLost Ayahuasca, Xanax and Cocaine.

Peru
Winter 2007- Fall 2008
Carlos arranged for the guys making the movie to accompany me to Peru, and we stayed at Gustavo’s hotel in Pisac. Jerry planned to make the movie about Gustavo’s community, but Timothy decided that my stories of addiction and the dynamic of trying to change my life in the jungle with the Shipibo tribe was more viable and certainly more interesting than whatever they had planned with Gustavo. It was a funny thing for them to choose me because they only came with me to make sure I didn’t disappear on a coke binge before I got to the jungle.
Timothy and I got along great, but I didn’t like Jerry. He was privileged, white and from the South. I hated these things about myself and didn’t like them in him either. Not that I made special effort to like people back then. If you’ve read the things I’ve written so far, it’s not hard to tell how difficult and unfriendly I could be, but they decided to make their movie about me after Jerry gave in to Timothy’s prodding. They called it “A Crooked Line” and would spend hundreds of thousands of dollars over four years to document absolutely no change in me.
Gustavo took us to different places around the area and taught us about the Andean culture. It was a profound experience for all of us to learn about the beautiful way of life destroyed by Spanish colonization and the Catholic Church centuries before. In our down time at the hotel, I used my Spanish to be sweet to one of the girls who worked there, but when I asked her for a date she turned me down, having some long-standing and rocky relationship in the way.
The natives cover their faces when photos are taken as a rejection of their individuality, because they are nothing by themselves. Instead of handshakes, they greet each other by grabbing each other’s wrists, signifying the reciprocity that exists in their culture. There is no word for thank you or sorry because those are actions, not words. Gustavo also taught us how they moved those huge stones and built the megaliths that became the ruins we were visiting.
Each stone is unique from any other, but they all fit together so that not a sheet of paper can be put between them centuries later. One stone was assigned to one family that worked closely with the families making the stones surrounding theirs. Different families and individuals worked closely with other families or individuals to create a strong community. Like the unique stones working in harmony to create an indestructible form without mortar.
Shamanism and folklore laid the foundations of their culture. Celebrations and customs and their dress were all based on the seasons and the cultivation of crops. Nature meant everything to them, and they were never alone, because the rocks, hills, trees and everything else lived and breathed in harmonious existence with them.
I was a product of Western civilization and extremely privileged but entitled, addicted and angry. Here, this culture had nothing I had growing up, but they were content. Despite all they suffered, they smiled and knew how to live. I had everything but wanted to die. Gustavo believed that the introspection obtained through shamanic medicines and immersion in a culture built on community and nature would help me overcome drugs.
He explained how rats isolated in cages choose cocaine over food and water till they die, but rats that live in a community and have quality of life choose to live by eating and drinking when cocaine is available. I saw his point. My cold, internal isolation was responsible for at least some of what was wrong, and I had nothing to lose. The sound man and cameraman from the movie crew flew to Pucallpa with me and the Shipibo shaman who would attempt to heal me of my addiction. His name was Teo Valdo.
I knew things were different the second the hot humid air pushed through the doorway of the plane and I walked down onto the tarmac. It was like movies I had seen as a kid about Vietnam, and droves of modified dirt bikes with three wheels and a carriage for passengers called mototaxis filled the atmosphere with the chorus of their two-stroke drone. Everyone wore flip-flops and their open personalities matched their scant clothing. They talked in a distinct jungle dialect of Spanish. The dirt bike rickshaws buzzed through town on roads of red clay and carried as many as seven people at a time and maybe some live chickens tied upside down, a bushel of plantains or a squealing pig.
Teo Valdo took us to the hotel where we spent the night and came back in the morning to take us to the river port. We walked four blocks to the port market. It teemed with commerce and activity. Barefoot men carried large quantities of plantains on their backs and grunted up the muddy bank of the river and loaded them into trucks. From small canoes, women and children sold bags of bread or apples or rice and chicken meals wrapped in banana leaves to passengers waiting on the boats for departure to their village. Frantic crowds of men and women jumped up and down and bargained over the pigs or chickens or bags of grain poor families of farmers had brought into town earlier that morning.
We maneuvered up a plank from the mud into a wooden boat; we ducked our heads under the roof and crawled over other passengers to our seats at the middle of the boat. A light drizzle started. It was clear that we were in a different world, and whatever I thought mattered back in America didn’t matter here.
We waited more than an hour to take off and when we finally did it was slow. It took six hours to get there, so we talked to a small group of Americans coming out to the Shipibo village. They had met Teo Valdo some months earlier and wanted to visit his wife’s family’s village, Ceylan, and they were coming with us.
Our clothes stuck to our skin, and our backs cramped on the tiny wooden seat before we arrived. Red clay stuck to our shoes as we got off the boat, and a group of women halfway danced in traditional Shipibo garb. The men played clumsy drums and flutes to greet us. A hoard of kids carried our bags a half mile up to the hut where we would sleep and invited us to eat chicken and dance in a different hut by an enormous puddle they called the soccer field.
My lungs struggled to breathe the soggy air, and mosquitos bit our skin through the repellent. It was hot and still and muddy and arguably the most miserable place I had ever been in my life. No matter how cool it sounded to live in the jungle, it wasn’t. We only escaped the mosquitos under our nets, but the air sat stiller and hotter under them. Different bugs or biting ants usually made their way into the damp bedding.
The whole boat ride into the jungle the other Americans with us boasted how they would fast for several days in preparation for the ayahuasca ceremonies and they had big plans to stay for a week or more and do several ceremonies. But the women left less than 24 hours in and the men only made it another 12 before they took off after the first ceremony. Throughout my time in the jungle, Canadians, Americans and Europeans alike would come with big ambitions about how long they would stay and tell me how happy they were to be there, but when the mosquitoes became reality and heat beat them down and ants were crawling in their beds, they always left frazzled and desperate for a porcelain toilet and air conditioning. Me on the other hand, I didn’t have a choice. The jungle days in a tribal village were the life I was living at the time. There wasn’t anywhere else for me to go.
But we had ceremony the first night, before that first group of Americans left. It was with Teo and his wife, Marina, and her whole family: her mother and father, three brothers and their wives, two of her sisters, besides cousins and uncles and aunts, maybe 25 people. We sat in a circle and took turns letting the alkaline sludge slide down our throats before Teo blew out the kerosene lamp and lit a cigarette. Mosquitos bit every part of us. He began ceremony with a guttural moaning that ascended into a chorus of him and his in-laws singing slithering incantations to the snake spirit. Teo fanned random members of our party with a large eagle feather and sang songs particular to that individual. He put his mouth to each one’s head and sucked loudly before puking into a bucket. A cousin stood and sang loudly. He made strange geometrical patterns in the dark with his cigarette.
The jungle swallowed my mind, and the entomological chirps of the life teeming all around coursed through my veins. I could feel the silent vegetation encroaching and knew it could make me disappear in a second like a scene from “Jumanji.” The spirit spoke to us each in our own way, and we shared our experiences through the broken Spanish of one of the other visitors before we all crawled under our mosquito nets and slept.
The guys from the movie interviewed me in the morning sitting around a smoldering fire with one of the cousins and his friend cooking up the next batch of ayahuasca in a big pot. I talked about my hepatitis and what I thought about the medicines curing it. It was hard to imagine that there was much Teo could do for me with ayahuasca and the other plants. We talked about this and that on camera before they hugged me and took off to catch a boat into the city. They would be back in a few months to get more footage and catch up with me.
Besides ceremony there was nothing to do but read, and the days passed slow and hot. I got diarrhea from the microbes in the well water. It was so bad that I cried in the outhouse. Teo’s family adopted me as their own. They called me “Bebe Grande” on account of all the candy I ate, and I was very close to their youngest, Brian. He was only 2 and loved to eat bananas.
Once a month or so they would bring me back into their house in Pucallpa, where their other six kids lived and went to school. It was a tiny wooden house with a corrugated tin roof, and as many as 19 people slept on the floor in a night. I imagined the tin roof would glow like a coil in the oven from all the radiation it had soaked up during the daytime, but it never did. An outhouse sat about 10 feet from the back door, and when the back yard flooded from the rain, water licked the threshold. I spent as much time as possible at phone parlors called locutorios and used the computers to watch YouTube videos or read Wikipedia articles and use Facebook. Sometimes I called the girl working at Gustavo’s hotel to tell her that I loved her.
We never stayed in the city more than a few days before we returned by boat to Ceylan, where we cooked everything on open fires and the roofs were made of neatly folded palm fronds instead of corrugated tin and the mosquitoes bit. There were different boats, but we always got on the one going to Masisea, which was a tiny century-old settlement where something like 2,000 people lived. It was two miles up a dirt road from where we lived in Ceylan, and a pharmacy and a barbershop sat on one side of the plaza. On the other side were several stores selling butchered chicken out of a bucket, hot bottles of soda, crackers, cookies, clothes, and instant coffee with fried eggs and rice for a lunch-time meal. A couple of bars ran big speakers and refrigerators on generators at night while people danced and drank beer at tables. At a few small, covered stations along the road, men and women sold gasoline out of plastic jugs and poured it into motorcycle tanks through funnels with cloth filters. I visited from time to time, but it wasn’t much to see. One of Marina’s sisters had a little store in the village that sold cigarettes and candy, which was all I ever bought anyway.
We continued with the shamanic treatments at night, and sometimes ceremony would shake me to the core. On one occasion I had no recollection of coming up into “the plateau” or anything other than a thick fog rolling over me before it transported my whole body, not my mind or imagination but my physical body.
In the vision I was in a similar village, where men in tactical gear burned huts to the ground with flamethrowers. The men slaughtered Asian-looking adults and collected the children in cages to be carried away to some horrific fate, but I wasn’t sure where. Whatever was happening wasn’t clear to me, but I knew that it was a reality for someone somewhere at some time. The terror of it poured through my veins like acid. I woke up from it completely sober and troubled by the vision. Teo Valdo told me that the medicine had a conscience and could impart knowledge or healing at her own will. What I saw was the reality of human trafficking, and it scared me.
Another time an American girl who came to stay with us told me in the middle of ceremony that a fairy was stroking her hair and telling her that she was beautiful. She laughed and said that she was being healed of her poor self-image and deep hurts in her life by the love and affirmation of the fairy. She laughed harder and said that the fairy was pulling her hair now and that it was getting to be too much. Before it was over a strange, chirping language that was not human seemed to be channeled through her and stifled her terrified screams. She sounded like a fairy, and the memory has never left me. In that same ceremony I felt sick but couldn’t puke. Teo sang over me and fanned me with his eagle feather, and I purged immediately. I almost never puked. Teo sang again, and the sound and letters of a strange digital language washed over me. The medicine reacted to the influence he exerted over it.
I thought a lot about different things to get through the boredom of months in the jungle. I imagined the large dirt hives of termites to be piles of cocaine and thought about starting a grow operation back in the States when I returned. The Shipibo language fascinated me, and I thought about it.
Shipibo makes phonetic distinctions between words that originate in the lower throat or are created by movements of the tongue and lips not used in English. It was a chipper language and guttural and primal, with the Spanish alphabet crudely representing it on paper. I imagined the language had evolved in the jungle bush and ants had carried it off the branches into the minds of the natives through their ears. It seemed to mimic mating rituals between wild birds or monkeys in the trees. The hoots of nocturnal birds and croaks of lazy frogs have contributed to the Shipibo vocabulary. I wanted to speak it so badly but couldn’t get much further than words for scrambled eggs, fried plantains, good morning, hurry and you are pretty.
My father sent me big boxes of books to pass the time. I read James Joyce, Steinbeck, as much of Kurt Vonnegut as I could, Tom Robbins and everything else. I read an 800-page biography on Che Guevara and idolized his socialist ideology and devotion to the cause. He probably would have killed me for being a lazy, white, drug-addicted American, but that didn’t matter to me. When I read that people were upset at the executions he oversaw after the Revolution, I didn’t understand. Deep down, I knew that no one’s life had any more inherent value than the fish or bacteria from which it evolved, so why would executions offend me?
Our greatest purpose was to die as transitional forms, evolving to perfect the species. I wondered if some future museum might display a life-sized replica of me in my habitat, like we have for cavemen today. It would be made of fiberglass and plaster mold. My dwelling would be behind a dumpster. My shoes would be wet, and instead of prehistoric tools, there would be a lighter and a spoon in my hands, a dirty syringe behind my ear. I would represent a failed branch of the evolutionary process, a glitch in mutation that expressed a fatal trait: Auto-Cerebral Cannibalism. Luckily only the fit survive, and I wasn’t it.
Auto-Cerebral Cannibalism. I imagined myself sitting at a table and spooning up my own brain like a melon, but that did not adequately convey the inner horror. The grainy visual of my own brain somehow eating itself was getting closer, but the image of my brain devouring me from the legs up with all the bloodiness and ferocity of an oversized piranha was the only image that seemed sufficiently heinous to me. The thoughts and beliefs in my own mind were destroying me. Even though I didn’t know how they got there or what they were, they vehemently and violently opposed me. At least part of it was that I hated myself for being white, male, educated and American. You see? I rejected my father and all that he was, but you can’t reject your father without rejecting yourself. So, I did, and it would kill me. That was okay though. It would be a favor to the world.
In the three months we did something like 30 ayahuasca ceremonies, and when it was over Carlos came with the guys making the movie to take me back to Pisac. We had a big celebration and danced all night with the Shipibos before we left in the morning, and I loved the hot shower and sit on porcelain at the hotel.
My mom met us in Pisac and did some interviews with us, and before they all left it was decided that I would live and work for Gustavo in Pisac for the next 10 months. The girl who worked for him had me interested enough so I didn’t make much fuss about staying.
I enjoyed talking to tourists who came into Gustavo’s restaurant and hotel. The American boy living abroad and immersed in a culture and language they could only experience briefly infatuated them. I told them about my past and that Gustavo believing in me was a catalyst to my turnaround in Peru. It seemed like things would change for the first time in my life.
But my sister came to visit for my birthday, and when she got to town we had lunch and cake that I could barely eat at the hotel. That night we had some beers with the girls from work, when one of them pointed out a white crust hanging out of my nose. Nosebleeds started soon after that, but my sister pretended that everything was okay anyway.
While she was in town I took her to visit different sites of ancient ruins, but it was difficult to take the long walks up and down the old terra forms. I always needed another line and left her hanging in awkward situations while I chased a bag through the cobblestone streets or did coke in the bathroom. When I came back my stories had holes, and I sweated and sniffled and labored to breathe. I got paranoid and demanded that the girl who worked at the hotel with me admit her boyfriend planned to kill me. My sister’s last 30 bucks disappeared before she left in a cab.
The bender lasted another few days before Gustavo confronted me by the gate in the wall around his house. He was stern, and when I punched the wall he pushed his forehead into mine and walked me backwards. I told him three times to get out of my face before I punched him. The sequence of events is hazy after that.
I pulled my pocketknife out and stuck it in my stomach in front of everyone in the plaza and chased him toward his front door. He fell, and I broke a heavy potted plant on his leg. At some point I lifted the knife toward my left ear, where I planned to bury it in my neck and pull it across. His gardener grabbed the knife out of my hand and threw it over the wall. Gustavo’s 3-year-old son watched the whole thing happen.
I walked back to the hotel somehow and gathered my clothes before I fell on the ground in front of Gustavo’s patrons as if the small stab wound was causing me to bleed out. Gustavo threw his hands in the air and complained to the girls who worked there. The next thing I knew I was in one of the hotel rooms with a nurse who would help me get to sleep. She gave me an IV shot of Valium for being ridiculous, and when I woke up the same nurse gave me a shot in the butt cheek this time. My father would have to come get me.
When my dad showed up, we got along great considering all I had pulled and that he was only there to help me get back to the jungle. Since I didn’t give him any real trouble right off the bat he assumed the best. We went to drink beer and talked about different things that we both liked, but that night I stole money from him while he slept, and took a taxi to Cusco.
Teo and Marina had come to help him, and we planned to take a bus from Cusco to Pucallpa. Outside of the bus station I told my dad that I left my hat at one of the bars by the plaza and needed to get it.
“Well. You’re going to have to go without it. I’ll get you another one.”
When he turned around for a second, I jumped into a cab and took off. I spent all the money I had on a bag of fake cocaine. It was so frustrating that I sat down on some dirty stairs and held my sweaty head in my hands until my dad came with one of the other girls from the hotel. I refused to leave until I had some cocaine and forced him to buy me a bag in exchange for my cooperation.
Teo and Marina had already taken the bus to Pucallpa, but my dad and I would wait for a plane ticket in a couple of days. He was too embarrassed to return to Pisac, so we went to another little town to wait. In front of my dad and the taxi driver, I blatantly solicited the girl who had helped him find me for sex, which she rejected. We got a hotel, and my father divvied the cocaine up into small paper bindles, which he used to control my behavior.
Gustavo’s gardener visited us a few times, and one afternoon my dad and I drank beer in a crumbling hole of a bar with a dirt floor. I demanded a younger patron explain to me how he lost his eye even though it humiliated him. My dad told me to drop it, and I raised my voice. At night, I walked streets of black stone hoping to find trouble. And I did when someone outside of a bar asked me,
“Hey, Gringo, do you want to knife fight?”
“Yes. With you? Where are the knives?”
I was calling his bluff as much as anything. He yelled to one of his buddies by the bar to go get so and so and bring the knives. I stared down at my feet in wet gravel and scattered trash. All I could think about were my own blood-soaked socks and the despair of my father walking up to the scene if my throat were slashed. It was everything I ever wanted.
“What’s taking so long? Didn’t you ask me if I wanted to knife fight?” He pretended not to hear me, and I walked away.
I bought blister packets of Xanax and harangued my father day and night while he tried to keep me calm between doling out the tiny bindles of coke. When we got to Pucallpa, he had to hire a police officer to keep me from hurting him or myself until the next morning, when we met Teo and Marina at the port. He said he would see me in two months, and I got on a boat in the rain with Teo and Marina.
I was back in the jungle with the Shipibos depressed and hating my life. Two months turned into three. Three months turned into four. Four months turned into five, and month after month passed with no kind of plan to come home or do anything different.
The jungle became my home, whether the city of Pucallpa or the village of Ceylan. It was where I lived, and everyone knew me. I had considered the popular music in Peru to be garbage when I first arrived, but as time went on I came to love the cumbia groups like Mallanep, Kaliente de Iquitos, Papillon, and the rest of them that made speakers sweat sex and demand your body bounce to the beat. Even when I went to the internet cafes by the house in Pucallpa, I listened to the local groups instead of American music. When Marina and the kids watched TV at the house, I watched the variety and comedy shows like them.
Marina loved me like her own kid. She could say things that would annoy me like any mother can, but I loved her very much. We were close. I wish I could say the same about Teo, but it wasn’t like that. He showed great patience with me and my antics, but I could not stand communicating with him. His voice and the way he spoke Spanish made me angry. It was partly his need to give an answer to things he didn’t understand (exacerbated by the attention and adoration he received from foreigners). The kids all loved me. Luz was 4 and laughed at me but wouldn’t hug me. Brian always wanted a bite of my food and called me “amiguito.” The other kids all liked me too, except the second oldest daughter. She thought I was rude, and she was right.
I don’t know the things that go through a Shipibo’s head, and they didn’t know what went through my head either. The differences in our cultures were immense. Most of the kids living in the village with me didn’t speak Spanish until they were 11. They walked around barefoot and excitedly ate the burnt, black rice out of cooking pots as a snack. Their mothers washed all their clothes by hand. Their fathers caught their dinner daily, and if they had work, the most they could hope to earn was a dollar or two for the day. Many of those women had never seen a sanitary napkin or taken a hot shower. The only prescription for an abscessed tooth was to hold your hand on your cheek until it went away, but the life they lived produced the gentlest and kindest human beings.
Marina’s oldest sister, Soila, wins the prize for most amazing person I have ever met. She spoke soft and sweet and probably still has a kid every three years with her husband who looks 15 years younger than she does. Her eyes were always red, and she spent her days tending to the fire, carrying water, sweeping the floor and holding her baby like any other Shipiba in the village. I doubt if she can think poorly of someone.
These weren’t the brown faces of strangers in an airport parking lot or the family in worn sandals and hand-stitched clothing selling toys made of wood and string at some tourist trap. These were my brothers and sisters, my aunts and uncles, my mother and father, my grandparents. This was my family.
We carried water in buckets from the wells back to the huts together and swatted at our legs and backs with a towel every evening to keep mosquitoes from biting us. We all slept on the floor with a small mat under nets and trudged through the mud in our flip-flops when it rained. We ate mangos when they fell out of the trees and bore banana bushels or sacks of papayas on our backs from where they grew by the river. Sometimes we walked miles at 3 a.m. to catch a boat back into the city and shared our seats with squealing pigs or clucking chickens. It was not a temporary state of affairs for them, but an unchanging reality. Hot showers, epidurals, Albertson’s and air conditioning were things they did not know and probably never would.
After I had been in Peru for about nine months, Timothy came to visit me in the jungle for a couple of weeks before my dad came a second time. He and I talked to various locals about life around there, the drug trade and what they thought about me. A young man named Carlos sold flip-flops out of a big bag he carried on his shoulder along the dirt road between Masisea and our village. He came with two young girls who wanted to meet me, and he told me about Jesus Christ. I quickly shot him down and told him he betrayed his indigenous heritage with his faith.
“Christians killed your ancestors and destroyed their culture hundreds of years ago. Then they gave the survivors new names before they used them as slaves to build their empire. Don’t you understand?”
Sometime later the cameraman and I found Carlos organizing a small worship event in the plaza of Masisea. We sat on wooden benches in the dirt. A girl wept and held her open hands high in the air. I asked him,
“Why is she crying? Why are people crying about this? I don’t get it!”
“Because of their faith, Riley. Because of their faith.”
I found the idea of faith in an invisible man who never existed in the first place to be revolting. Carlos didn’t waver in his statement or look for my approval. He stated it as the fact that it was to him, and suddenly I recalled sitting in an ice cream parlor with my mother’s father, Turkey.
“Riley, do you pray to God?” Turkey asked. Problems had been a part of my life for years by then. I smoked weed and cigarettes every day and had already talked to three different counselors.
“God? What do you mean God? What in the hell has he ever done for me?”
“I don’t know, Riley. Only you and God can know that.”
When my father showed up, we slept in the same hotel room in Pucallpa, and I stole a bunch of change out of his shoe in the morning. It had been months since I did any cocaine, but I found out the shoe shiners outside of the hotel could get grams for $7.
On the boat in, he knew I was high and accused me of it before we got to the village. There was a big celebration for his arrival with dancing and music and food and some beer. I screamed and punched him till Marina’s brothers pulled me off him. The night went on, and the party transitioned from dancing and celebrating to careful gazing at the lunatic and his father having it out. Cumbia still blared, but the dancing stopped sometime after I started getting violent.
I sat cross-legged, hunched over in a pair of cargo shorts on the floor. Somewhere, a generator hummed, powering the light bulb hanging over my head and speakers outside. My father stood on the other side of the huts small walls and looked at me through the mesh screen. It was turning into one of the kind of nights only I could give him. Somehow, I had gotten a hold of a black-handled paring knife with a 5-inch blade, and I screamed at him. Strands of slobber fluttered in the jets of air shooting from between my teeth as I convinced him and myself that it was his fault. He was to blame for the way I was and why I wanted to hurt myself. My conviction was an act, but I told him plainly that I hated him. I buried the blade to the hilt three times in the meat of my right calf before I chucked the knife end over end at his face.
I think the problem for us was that we were too much alike, and I think he would agree that he saw things in me growing up that he hated in himself. There were good things too, but I mostly remembered the bad.
I peed on him once, when he changed my diaper. It was on purpose and made me laugh. He swatted at the golden arc of liquid with his hand and griped.
“C’mon, Riley. Don’t do that, baby!” Usually, people are impressed I can remember back to when he changed my diapers. I always say it’s easy to remember, because I was 16 when it happened. That’s a joke.
On a trip to Mexico once, my father pulled me into the bathroom and very seriously said,
“Riley, I am going to share something very important with you. It’s something the Chapman men all know how to do, and you will, too.” I was excited and nervous about the family secret he was about to reveal to me. I wondered what it could be. What piece of my identity as a male in our family would he reveal to me? What knowledge would he impart? What honor? What prestige? “This is important. My father taught me. His father taught him, and now, I am going to teach you.”
He looked in the mirror, leaned in close to it and pushed the tip of his nose up, before revealing scissors in his other hand. The discourse began, “When you trim your nose hair, you want to . . . ”
He taught me how to read on his lap every night after he got off work. School failed to teach me because I skipped pre-K and started kindergarten at the very end of the year. It took a lot of time and effort, but I owe 100 percent of that to him.
He checked my math homework every morning in middle school, and when I got four wrong, he would berate me at the kitchen table in front of my sisters until he took us to school. I can’t remember if I cried.
He left me in the jungle after a couple of days, but before he did, he asked me to show him my leg where I stabbed myself. We hadn’t talked since that night. He told me to keep them open and breathing and that the wounds would probably be fine if I did, but,
“If there’s any problem, call me. I’ll tell you what to get.” The whole point of his visit was to determine if I was ready to come home or not, and it was clear that I was not. After that, I would leave the village at night and walk the dirt road up to Masisea to drink homemade wine with whomever I found and smoke pasta basuco.
Pasta basuco is the crude extract from the production of real cocaine. It’s poisonous and is essentially waste, but it is a freebase cocaine that can be smoked. The price is very cheap. Basuco may come from the similar Spanish word basura for trash because it is refuse from the production of higher quality product. But basuco is also the word for bazooka, possibly referring to the intensity of the high. Like the crack epidemic of the 1980s in big U.S. cities, so pasta is big in South America. Smoking it was a last resort for me, but it happened from time to time.
To smoke it you roll a quarter of the tobacco out of a cigarette and suck the powder from the tiny bindle of pasta into the cigarette. Once it is all sucked up, you roll the cigarette pointing up between your hands and then grab it by the loose end to swing it back and forth to pack the tobacco and pasta powder together. After that you twist closed the loose end and pull the cotton out of the filter to replace it with broken matchsticks. It’s ready to go at that point. They sold for about 30 cents apiece, and one was enough to make a man puke.
I bought the pasta in Masisea from a gay teenager, and I smoked them in the back room of his jungle shack. While I made up the cigarettes to smoke, he would unzip me and pull me out of my pants. I would push his head off me, zip my pants up and button them. Once I lit the cigarette and began to smoke the drugs, he would unbutton and unzip me again and lick my torso, and 15 seconds later when the drugs were all smoked up, I would push him off me. We went through it over and over until all 11 bindles were smoked up.
After smoking all night in Masisea, I would walk on the dirt road crawling with bullet ants and snakes back to the village. Marina’s parents and everyone else in the village knew I was smoking drugs, and they made plans to send me back to Pucallpa, where Teo was with his family (probably hiding out from having to deal with me). At the house in Pucallpa, the kids caught me rolling up some pasta into a cigarette, and I smoked it in the outhouse. Teo Valdo got mad. It was the only time I ever saw him like that.
I continued to smoke pasta in Pucallpa and borrowed money from the neighbors to do it. A guy who lived around the corner loaned me money and took me on his mototaxi to a place called Paradise to buy it. He parked far away and made me walk, because it was so dangerous. Teo and Marina would send one the kids to follow me to the graveyards, where I spent my time and smoked pasta. Marina cried over it.
Eventually everyone got tired of it (me most of all), and I asked my mom to help me visit some Americans I knew living in Tarapoto. My mother believed that I was sober and paid for a ticket. On the bus, a middle-aged woman across the aisle from me moaned in ecstasy and wrapped her hand in the curtains and pushed her head back into the seat in the dark. I knew she wanted me to make a move, so I jumped into the seat next to her and grabbed her thigh.
“What are you doing, Gringo? Go back to your seat! Now!” I had imagined it.
After 16 hours on the bus I woke up in a concrete ditch in Tarapoto with traffic buzzing all around me. The Americans who let me stay with them kicked me out for eating their cereal in the middle of the night. Cheap hotels became my home, and some guys I met showed me how to use a pry bar and a piece of wire to get coins out of the pay phones. I broke a lot of hearts those two months in Tarapoto and snorted a lot of cocaine, of course.
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2018.08.13 17:15 TheWCAOfficial WCA Competition Announcement Thread for Week 32 of 2018

Hi /cubers!
Here is the list of competitions announced since Monday 2018-08-06. For more information please visit the corresponding websites :)
Disclaimer: continents correspond to the WCA interpretation. The full list can be found here.
(Dates are year-month-day)

Asia

Country City Name Start Date End Date Website
India Dhanbad, Jharkhand Jharkhand Cube Open 2019 2019-01-13 2019-01-13 Link
India Ernakulam, Kerala Cochin Cube Open 2018 2018-09-08 2018-09-08 Link
India Guwahati, Assam 4th Guwahati Open 2018 2018-09-01 2018-09-02 Link
India Pune Pune Cube Open 2018 2018-09-09 2018-09-09 Link
Indonesia Jakarta Jakarta Open 2018 2018-09-29 2018-09-30 Link
Indonesia Yogyakarta Skywalk 2018 2018-09-09 2018-09-09 Link
Iran Tehran Icy Summer 2018 2018-09-06 2018-09-07 Link
Kazakhstan Semey KSF Semey City 2018 2018-09-15 2018-09-16 Link

Europe

Country City Name Start Date End Date Website
Denmark Kvissel Kvissel Fall 2018 2018-11-10 2018-11-11 Link
France Barby Barby Cube Open 2018 2018-11-03 2018-11-04 Link
Germany Mannheim Monnem City Cubing 2018 2018-09-22 2018-09-23 Link
Poland Częstochowa Cube Factory Częstochowa 2018 2018-09-15 2018-09-16 Link
Poland Poznań Poznań Fanatic Cube 2018 2018-09-09 2018-09-09 Link
Russia Almetyevsk Almet Open 2018 2018-09-15 2018-09-16 Link
Russia Astrakhan Kaspiy Open 2018 2018-09-08 2018-09-09 Link
Spain Las Palmas de Gran Canaria Canarias Open 2018 2018-09-15 2018-09-16 Link
Turkey Ankara Ankara Summer 2018 2018-09-08 2018-09-09 Link
Ukraine Zhytomyr Zhytomyr Open 2018 2018-09-02 2018-09-02 Link
United Kingdom Stevenage UK Championship 2018 2018-10-26 2018-10-28 Link

North America

Country City Name Start Date End Date Website
United States Phoenix, Arizona AZCubing Big Cube Brawl 2018 2018-10-27 2018-10-27 Link
United States Tacoma, Washington Puget Sound Fall 2018 2018-09-22 2018-09-22 Link

Oceania

Country City Name Start Date End Date Website
Australia Canberra Australian Nationals 2018 2018-10-06 2018-10-07 Link

South America

Country City Name Start Date End Date Website
Brazil Manaus, Amazonas Manaus Cubo Plaza Open 2018 2018-09-15 2018-09-16 Link
Peru Iquitos Iquitos Cubing 2018 2018-11-03 2018-11-04 Link
Uruguay Montevideo Montevideo Palace 2018 2018-09-22 2018-09-22 Link
Uruguay Punta del Este Stickers Punta del Este Open 2018 2018-10-06 2018-10-06 Link
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2018.04.19 18:18 ASavageLost Ayahuasca.

Pucallpa-Pisac-Tarapoto, Peru February 2007-June 2008
Cheo arranged for the guys making the movie to accompany me to Peru, and we stayed at Gustavo’s hotel in Pisac. Jerry planned to make the movie about Gustavo’s community, but Timothy decided that my stories of addiction and the dynamic of trying to change my life in the jungle with the Shipibo tribe was more viable and certainly more interesting than whatever they had planned with Gustavo. It was a funny thing for them to choose me, because they only came with me to make sure I didn’t disappear on a coke binge before I got to the jungle.
Timothy and I got along great, but I didn’t like Jerry. He was privileged, white and from the South. I hated these things about myself and didn’t like them in him either. Not that I made special effort to like people back then. If you’ve read the things I’ve written so far, it’s not hard to tell how difficult and unfriendly I could be, but they decided to make their movie about me after Jerry gave in to Timothy’s prodding. They called it “A Crooked Line” and would spend hundreds of thousands of dollars over four years to document absolutely no change in me.
Gustavo took us to different places around the area and taught us about the Andean culture. It was a profound experience for all of us to learn about the beautiful way of life destroyed by Spanish colonization and the Catholic Church centuries before. In our down time at the hotel, I used my Spanish to be sweet to one of the girls who worked there, but when I asked her for a date she turned me down, having some long-standing and rocky relationship in the way.
The natives cover their faces when photos are taken as a rejection of their individuality, because they are nothing by themselves. Instead of handshakes, they greet each other by grabbing each other’s wrists, signifying the reciprocity that exists in their culture. There is no word for thank you or sorry, because those are actions, not words. Gustavo also taught us how they moved those huge stones and built the megaliths that became the ruins we were visiting.
Each stone is unique from any other, but they all fit together so that not a sheet of paper can be put between them centuries later. One stone was assigned to one family that worked closely with the families making the stones surrounding theirs. Different families and individuals worked closely with other families or individuals to create a strong community. Like the unique stones working in harmony to create an indestructible form without mortar.
Shamanism and folklore laid the foundations of their culture. Celebrations and customs and their dress were all based on the seasons and the cultivation of crops. Nature meant everything to them, and they were never alone, because the rocks, hills, trees and everything else lived and breathed in harmonious existence with them.
I was a product of Western civilization and extremely privileged but entitled, addicted and angry. Here, this culture had nothing I had growing up, but they were content. Despite all they suffered, they smiled and knew how to live. I had everything but wanted to die. Gustavo believed that the introspection obtained through shamanic medicines and immersion in a culture built on community and nature would help me overcome drugs.
He explained how rats isolated in cages choose cocaine over food and water till they die, but rats that live in a community and have quality of life choose to live by eating and drinking when cocaine is available. I saw his point. My cold, internal isolation was responsible for at least some of what was wrong, and I had nothing to lose. The sound man and cameraman from the movie crew flew to Pucallpa with me and the Shipibo shaman who would attempt to heal me of my addiction. His name was Teo Valdo.
I knew things were different the second the hot humid air pushed through the doorway of the plane and I walked down onto the tarmac. It was like movies I had seen as a kid about Vietnam, and droves of modified dirt bikes with three wheels and a carriage for passengers called mototaxis filled the atmosphere with the chorus of their two-stroke drone. Everyone wore flip-flops and their open personalities matched their scant clothing. They talked in a distinct jungle dialect of Spanish. The dirt bike rickshaws buzzed through town on roads of red clay and carried as many as seven people at a time and maybe some live chickens tied upside down, a bushel of plantains or a squealing pig.
Teo Valdo took us to the hotel where we spent the night and came back in the morning to take us to the river port. We walked four blocks to the port market. It teemed with commerce and activity. Barefoot men carried large quantities of plantains on their backs and grunted up the muddy bank of the river and loaded them into trucks. From small canoes, women and children sold bags of bread or apples or rice and chicken meals wrapped in banana leaves to passengers waiting on the boats for departure to their village. Frantic crowds of men and women jumped up and down and bargained over the pigs or chickens or bags of grain poor families of farmers had brought into town earlier that morning.
We maneuvered up a plank from the mud into a wooden boat; we ducked our heads under the roof and crawled over other passengers to our seats at the middle of the boat. A light drizzle started. It was clear that we were in a different world, and whatever I thought mattered back in America didn’t matter here.
We waited more than an hour to take off and when we finally did it was slow. It took six HOURS to get there, so we talked to a small group of Americans coming out to the Shipibo village with us. They had met Teo Valdo some months earlier and wanted to visit his wife’s family’s village, Ceylan, and they were coming with us.
Our clothes stuck to our skin, and our backs cramped on the tiny wooden seat before we arrived. Red clay stuck to our shoes as we got off the boat, and a group of women halfway danced in traditional Shipibo garb. The men played clumsy drums and flutes to greet us. A hoard of kids carried our bags a half mile up to the hut where we would sleep and invited us to eat chicken and dance in a different hut by an enormous puddle they called the soccer field.
My lungs struggled to breathe the soggy air, and mosquitos bit our skin through the repellent. It was hot and still and muddy and arguably the most miserable place I had ever been in my life. No matter how cool it sounded to live in the jungle, it wasn’t. We only escaped the mosquitos under our nets, but the air sat stiller and hotter under them. Different bugs or biting ants usually made their way into the damp bedding.
The whole boat ride into the jungle the other Americans with us boasted how they would fast for several days in preparation for the ayahuasca ceremonies and they had big plans to stay for a week or more and do several ceremonies. But the women left less than 24 hours in and the men only made it another 12 before they took off after the first ceremony. Throughout my time in the jungle, Canadians, Americans and Europeans alike would come with big ambitions about how long they would stay and tell me how happy they were to be there, but when the mosquitoes became reality and heat beat them down and ants were crawling in their beds, they always left frazzled and desperate for a porcelain toilet and air conditioning. Me on the other hand, I didn’t have a choice. The jungle days in a tribal village were the life I was living at the time. There wasn’t anywhere else for me to go.
But we had ceremony the first night, before that first group of Americans left. It was with Teo and his wife, Marina, and her whole family: her mother and father, three brothers and their wives, two of her sisters, besides cousins and uncles and aunts, maybe 25 people. We sat in a circle and took turns letting the alkaline sludge slide down our throats before Teo blew out the kerosene lamp and lit a cigarette. Mosquitos bit every part of us. He began ceremony with a guttural moaning that ascended into a chorus of him and his in-laws singing slithering incantations to the snake spirit. Teo fanned random members of our party with a large eagle feather and sang songs particular to that individual. He put his mouth to each one’s head and sucked loudly before puking into a bucket. A cousin stood and sang loudly. He made strange geometrical patterns in the dark with his cigarette.
The jungle swallowed my mind on the medicine, and the entomological chirps of the life teeming all around coursed through my veins. I could feel the silent vegetation encroaching and knew it could make me disappear in a second like a scene from “Jumanji.” The spirit spoke to us each in our own way, and we shared our experiences through the broken Spanish of one of the other visitors before we all crawled under our mosquito nets and slept.
The guys from the movie interviewed me in the morning sitting around a smoldering fire with one of the cousins and his friend cooking up the next batch of ayahuasca in a big pot. I talked about my hepatitis and what I thought about the medicines curing it. It was hard to imagine that there was much Teo could do for me with ayahuasca and the other plants. We talked about this and that on camera before they hugged me and took off to catch a boat into the city. They would be back in a few months to get more footage and catch up with me.
Besides ceremony there was nothing to do but read, and the days passed slow and hot. I got diarrhea from the microbes in the well water. It was so bad that I cried in the outhouse. Teo’s family adopted me as their own. They called me “Bebe Grande” on account of all the candy I ate, and I was very close to their youngest, Brian. He was only 2 and loved to eat bananas.
Once a month or so they would bring me back into their house in Pucallpa, where their other six kids lived and went to school. It was a tiny wooden house with a corrugated tin roof, and as many as 19 people slept on the floor in a night. I imagined the tin roof would glow like a coil in the oven from all the radiation it had soaked up during the daytime, but it never did. An outhouse sat about 10 feet from the back door, and when the back yard flooded from the rain, water licked the threshold. I spent as much time as possible at phone parlors called locutorios and used the computers to watch YouTube videos or read Wikipedia articles and use Facebook. Sometimes I called the girl working at Gustavo’s hotel to tell her that I loved her.
We never stayed in the city more than a few days before we returned by boat to Ceylan, where we cooked everything on open fires and the roofs were made of neatly folded palm fronds instead of corrugated tin and the mosquitoes bit. There were different boats, but we always got on the one going to Masisea, which was a tiny century-old settlement where SOME 2,000 people lived. It was two miles up a dirt road from where we lived in Ceylan, and a pharmacy and a barbershop sat on one side of the plaza. On the other side were several stores selling butchered chicken out of a bucket, hot bottles of soda, crackers, cookies, clothes, and instant coffee with fried eggs and rice for a lunch-time meal. A couple of bars ran big speakers and refrigerators on generators at night while people danced and drank beer at tables. At a few small, covered stations along the road, men and women sold gasoline out of plastic jugs and poured it into motorcycle tanks through funnels with cloth filters. I visited from time to time, but it wasn’t much to see. One of Marina’s sisters had a little store in the village that sold cigarettes and candy, which was all I ever bought anyway.
We continued with the shamanic treatments at night, and sometimes ceremony would shake me to the core. On one occasion I had no recollection of coming up into “the plateau” or anything other than a thick fog rolling over me before it transported my whole body, not my mind or imagination but my physical body.
In the vision I was in a similar village, where men in tactical gear burned huts to the ground with flamethrowers. The men slaughtered Asian-looking adults and collected the children in cages to be carried away to some horrific fate, but I wasn’t sure where. Whatever was happening wasn’t clear to me, but I knew that it was a reality for someone somewhere at some time. The terror of it poured through my veins like acid. I woke up from it completely sober and troubled by the vision. Teo Valdo told me that the medicine had a conscience and could impart knowledge or healing at her own will. What I saw was the reality of human trafficking, and it scared me.
Another time an American girl who came to stay with us told me in the middle of ceremony that a fairy was stroking her hair and telling her that she was beautiful. She laughed and said that she was being healed of her poor self-image and deep hurts in her life by the love and affirmation of the fairy. She laughed harder and SAID that the fairy was pulling her hair now and that it was getting to be too much. Before it was over a strange, chirping language that was not human seemed to be channeled through her and stifled her terrified screams. She sounded like a fairy, and the memory has never left me. In that same ceremony I felt sick but couldn’t puke. Teo sang over me and fanned me with his eagle feather, and I purged immediately. I almost never puked. Teo sang again, and the sound and letters a strange digital language washed over me. The medicine reacted to the influence he exerted over it.
I thought a lot about different things to get through the boredom of months in the jungle. I imagined the large dirt hives of termites to be piles of cocaine and thought about starting a grow operation back in the States when I returned. The Shipibo language fascinated me, and I thought about it.
Shipibo makes phonetic distinctions between words that originate in the lower throat or are created by movements of the tongue and lips not used in English. It was a chipper language and guttural and primal, with the Spanish alphabet crudely representing it on paper. I imagined the language had evolved in the jungle bush and ants had carried it off the branches and into the minds of the natives through their ears. It seemed to mimic mating rituals between wild birds or monkeys in the trees. The hoots of nocturnal birds and croaks of lazy frogs have contributed to the Shipibo vocabulary. I wanted to speak it so badly but couldn’t get much further than words for scrambled eggs, fried plantains, good morning, hurry and you are pretty.
My father sent me big boxes of books to pass the time. I read James Joyce, Steinbeck, as much of Kurt Vonnegut as I could, Tom Robbins and everything else. I read an 800-page biography on Che Guevara and idolized his socialist ideology and devotion to the cause. He probably would have killed me for being a lazy, white, drug-addicted American, but that didn’t matter to me. When I read that people were upset at the executions he oversaw after the Revolution, I didn’t understand. Deep down, I knew that no one’s life had any more inherent value than the fish or bacteria from which it evolved, so why would executions offend me?
Our greatest purpose was to die as transitional forms, evolving to perfect the species. I wondered if some future museum might display a life-sized replica of me in my habitat, like we have for cavemen today. It would be made of fiberglass and plaster mold. My dwelling would be behind a dumpster. My shoes would be wet, and instead of prehistoric tools, there would be a lighter and a spoon in my hands, a dirty syringe behind my ear. I would represent a failed branch of the evolutionary process, a glitch in mutation that expressed a fatal trait: Auto-Cerebral Cannibalism. Luckily only the fit survive, and I wasn’t it.
Auto-Cerebral Cannibalism. I imagined myself sitting at a table and spooning up my own brain like a melon, but that did not adequately convey the inner horror. The grainy visual of my own brain somehow eating itself was getting closer, but the image of my brain devouring me from the legs up with all the bloodiness and ferocity of an oversized piranha was the only image that seemed sufficiently heinous to me. The thoughts and beliefs in my own mind were destroying me. Even though I didn’t know how they got there or what they were, they vehemently and violently opposed me. At least part of it was that I hated myself for being white, male, educated and American. You see? I rejected my father and all that he was, but you can’t reject your father without rejecting yourself. So, I did, and it would kill me. That was okay though. It would be a favor to the world.
In the three months we did something like 30 ayahuasca ceremonies, and when it was over Cheo came with the guys making the movie to take me back to Pisac. We had a big celebration and danced all night with the Shipibos before we left in the morning, and I loved the hot shower and sit on porcelain at the hotel.
My mom met us in Pisac and did some interviews with us, and before they all left it was decided that I would live and work for Gustavo in Pisac for the next 10 months. The girl who worked for him had me interested enough so I didn’t make much fuss about staying.
I enjoyed talking to tourists who came into Gustavo’s restaurant and hotel. The American boy living abroad and immersed in a culture and language they could only experience briefly infatuated them. I told them about my past and that Gustavo believing in me was a catalyst to my turnaround in Peru. It seemed like things would change for the first time in my life.
But my sister came to visit for my birthday, and when she got to town we had lunch and cake that I could barely eat at the hotel. That night we had some beers with the girls from work, when one of them pointed out a white crust hanging out of my nose. Nosebleeds started soon after that, but my sister pretended that everything was okay anyway.
While she was in town I took her to visit different sites of ancient ruins, but it was difficult to take the long walks up and down the old terra forms. I always needed another line and left her hanging in awkward situations while I chased a bag through the cobblestone streets or did coke in the bathroom. When I came back my stories had holes, and I sweated and sniffled and labored to breathe. I got paranoid and demanded that the girl who worked at the hotel with me admit her boyfriend planned to kill me. My sister’s last 30 bucks disappeared before she left in a cab.
The bender lasted another few days before Gustavo confronted me by the gate in the wall around his house. He was stern, and when I punched the wall he pushed his forehead into mine and walked me backwards. I told him three times to get out of my face before I punched him. The sequence of events is hazy after that.
I pulled my pocketknife out and stuck it in my stomach in front of everyone in the plaza and chased him toward his front door. He fell, and I broke a heavy potted plant on his leg. At some point I lifted the knife toward my left ear, where I planned to bury it in my neck and pull it across. His gardener grabbed the knife out of my hand and threw it over the wall. Gustavo’s 3-year-old son watched the whole thing happen.
I walked back to the hotel somehow and gathered my clothes before I fell on the ground in front of Gustavo’s patrons as if the small stab wound was causing me to bleed out. Gustavo threw his hands in the air and complained to the girls who worked there. The next thing I knew I was in one of the hotel rooms with a nurse who would help me get to sleep. She gave me an IV shot of Valium for being ridiculous, and when I woke up the same nurse gave me a shot in the butt cheek this time. My father would have to come get me.
When my dad showed up, we got along great considering all I had pulled and that he was only there to help me get back to the jungle. Since I didn’t give him any real trouble right off the bat he assumed the best. We went to drink beer and talked about different things that we both liked, but that night I stole money from him while he slept, and took a taxi to Cusco.
Teo and Marina had come to help him, and we planned to take a bus from Cusco to Pucallpa. Outside of the bus station I told my dad that I left my hat at one of the bars by the plaza and needed to get it.
“Well. You’re going to have to go without it. I’ll get you another one.”
When he turned around for a second, I jumped into a cab and took off. I spent all the money I had on a bag of fake cocaine. It was so frustrating that I sat down on some dirty stairs and held my sweaty head in my hands until my dad came with one of the other girls from the hotel. I refused to leave until I had some cocaine and forced him to buy me a bag in exchange for my cooperation.
Teo and Marina had already taken the bus to Pucallpa, but my dad and I would wait for a plane ticket in a couple of days. He was too embarrassed to return to Pisac, so we went to another little town to wait. In front of my dad and the taxi driver, I blatantly solicited the girl who had helped him find me for sex, which she rejected. We got a hotel, and my father divvied the cocaine up into small paper bindles, which he used to control my behavior.
Gustavo’s gardener visited us a few times, and one afternoon my dad and I drank beer in a crumbling hole of a bar with a dirt floor. I demanded a younger patron explain to me how he lost his eye even though it humiliated him. My dad told me to drop it, and I raised my voice. At night, I walked streets of black stone hoping to find trouble. And I did when someone outside of a bar asked me,
“Hey, Gringo, do you want to knife fight?”
“Yes. With you? Where are the knives?”
I was calling his bluff as much as anything. He yelled to one of his buddies by the bar to go get so and so and bring the knives. I stared down at my feet in wet gravel and scattered trash. All I could think about were my own blood-soaked socks and the despair of my father walking up to the scene if my throat were slashed. It was everything I ever wanted.
“What’s taking so long? Didn’t you ask me if I wanted to knife fight?” He pretended not to hear me, and I walked away.
I bought blister packets of Xanax and harangued my father day and night while he tried to keep me calm between doling out the tiny bindles of coke. When we got to Pucallpa, he had to hire a police officer to keep me from hurting him or myself until the next morning, when we met Teo and Marina at the port. He said he would see me in two months, and I got on a boat in the rain with Teo and Marina.
I was back in the jungle with the Shipibos depressed and hating my life. Two months turned into three. Three months turned into four. Four months turned into five, and month after month passed with no kind of plan to come home or do anything different.
The jungle became my home, whether the city of Pucallpa or the village of Ceylan. It was where I lived, and everyone knew me. I had considered the popular music in Peru to be garbage when I first arrived, but as time went on I came to love the cumbia groups like Mallanep, Kaliente de Iquitos, Papillon, and the rest of them that made speakers sweat sex and demand your body bounce to the beat. Even when I went to the internet cafes by the house in Pucallpa, I listened to the local groups instead of American music. When Marina and the kids watched TV at the house, I watched the variety and comedy shows like them.
Marina loved me like her own kid. She could say things that would annoy me like any mother can, but I loved her very much. We were close. I wish I could say the same about Teo, but it wasn’t like that. He showed great patience with me and my antics, but I could not stand communicating with him. His voice and the way he spoke Spanish made me angry. It was partly his need to give an answer to things he didn’t understand (exacerbated by the attention and adoration he received from foreigners). The kids all loved me. Luz was 4 and laughed at me but wouldn’t hug me. Brian always wanted a bite of my food and called me “amiguito.” The other kids all liked me too, except the second oldest daughter. She thought I was rude, and she was right.
I don’t know the things that go through a Shipibo’s head, and they didn’t know what went through my head either. The differences in our cultures were immense. Most of the kids living in the village with me didn’t speak Spanish until they were 11. They walked around barefoot and excitedly ate the burnt, black rice out of cooking pots as a snack. Their mothers washed all their clothes by hand. Their fathers caught their dinner daily, and if they had work, the most they could hope to earn was a dollar or two for the day. Many of those women had never seen a sanitary napkin or taken a hot shower. The only prescription for an abscessed tooth was to hold your hand on your cheek until it went away, but the life they lived produced the gentlest and kindest human beings.
Marina’s oldest sister, Soila, wins the prize for most amazing person I have ever met. She spoke soft and sweet and probably still has a kid every three years with her husband who looks 15 years younger than she does. Her eyes were always red, and she spent her days tending to the fire, carrying water, sweeping the floor and holding her baby like any other Shipiba in the village. I doubt if she can think poorly of someone.
These weren’t the brown faces of strangers in an airport parking lot or the family in worn sandals and hand-stitched clothing selling toys made of wood and string at some tourist trap. These were my brothers and sisters, my aunts and uncles, my mother and father, my grandparents. This was my family.
We carried water in buckets from the wells back to the huts together and swatted at our legs and backs with a towel every evening to keep mosquitoes from biting us. We all slept on the floor with a small mat under nets and trudged through the mud in our flip-flops when it rained. We ate mangos when they fell out of the trees and bore banana bushels or sacks of papayas on our backs from where they grew by the river. Sometimes we walked miles at 3 a.m. to catch a boat back into the city and shared our seats with squealing pigs or clucking chickens. It was not a temporary state of affairs for them, but an unchanging reality. Hot showers, epidurals, Albertson’s and air conditioning were things they did not know and probably never would.
After I had been in Peru for about nine months, Timothy came to visit me in the jungle for a couple of weeks before my dad came a second time. He and I talked to various locals about life around there, the drug trade and what they thought about me. A young man named Carlos sold flip-flops out of a big bag he carried on his shoulder along the dirt road between Masisea and our village. He came with two young girls who wanted to meet me, and he told me about Jesus Christ. I quickly shot him down and told him he betrayed his indigenous heritage with his faith.
“Christians killed your ancestors and destroyed their culture hundreds of years ago. Then they gave the survivors new names before they used them as slaves to build their empire. Don’t you understand?”
Sometime later the cameraman and I found Carlos organizing a small worship event in the plaza of Masisea. We sat on wooden benches in the dirt. A girl wept and held her open hands high in the air. I asked him,
“Why is she crying? Why are people crying about this? I don’t get it!”
“Because of their faith, Riley. Because of their faith.”
I found the idea of faith in an invisible man who never existed in the first place to be revolting. Carlos didn’t waver in his statement or look for my approval. He stated it as the fact that it was to him, and suddenly I recalled sitting in an ice cream parlor with my mother’s father, Turkey.
“Riley, do you pray to God?” Turkey asked. Problems had been a part of my life for years by then. I smoked weed and cigarettes every day and had already talked to three different counselors.
“God? What do you mean God? What in the hell has he ever done for me?”
“I don’t know, Riley. Only you and God can know that.”
When my father showed up, we slept in the same hotel room in Pucallpa, and I stole a bunch of change out of his shoe in the morning. It had been four months since I did any cocaine, but I found out the shoe shiners outside of the hotel could get grams for $7.
On the boat ride in he knew I was high and accused me of it before we got to the village. There was a big celebration for his arrival with dancing and music and food and some beer. I screamed and punched him till Marina’s brothers pulled me off him. The night went on, and the party transitioned from dancing and celebrating to careful gazing at the lunatic and his father having it out. Cumbia still blared, but the dancing stopped sometime after I started getting violent.
I sat cross-legged, hunched over in a pair of cargo shorts on the floor. Somewhere, a generator hummed, powering the light bulb hanging over my head and speakers outside. My father stood on the other side of the huts small walls and looked at me through the mesh screen. It was turning into one of the kind of nights only I could give him. Somehow, I had gotten a hold of a black-handled paring knife with a 5-inch blade, and I screamed at him. Strands of slobber fluttered in the jets of air shooting from between my teeth as I convinced him and myself that it was his fault. He was to blame for the way I was and why I wanted to hurt myself. My conviction was an act, but I told him plainly that I hated him. I buried the blade to the hilt three times in the meat of my right calf before I chucked the knife end over end at his face.
I think the problem for us was that we were too much alike, and I think he would agree that he saw things in me growing up that he hated in himself. There were good things too, but I mostly remembered the bad.
I peed on him once, when he changed my diaper. It was on purpose and made me laugh. He swatted at the golden arc of liquid with his hand and griped.
“C’mon, Riley. Don’t do that, baby!” Usually, people are impressed I can remember back to when he changed my diapers. I always say it’s easy to remember, because I was 16 when it happened. That’s a joke.
On a trip to Mexico ONCE, my father pulled me into the bathroom and very seriously said,
“Riley, I am going to share something very important with you. It’s something the Chapman men all know how to do, and you will, too.” I was excited and nervous about the family secret he was about to reveal to me. I wondered what it could be. What piece of my identity as a male in our family would he reveal to me? What knowledge would he impart? What honor? What prestige? “This is important. My father taught me. His father taught him, and now, I am going to teach you.”
He looked in the mirror, leaned in close to it and pushed the tip of his nose up, before revealing scissors in his other hand. The discourse began, “When you trim your nose hair, you want to . . . ”
He taught me how to read on his lap every night after he got off work. School failed to teach me because I skipped pre-K and started kindergarten at the very end of the year. It took a lot of time and effort, but I owe 100 percent of that to him.
He checked my math homework every morning in middle school, and when I got four wrong, he would berate me at the kitchen table in front of my sisters until he took us to school. I can’t remember if I cried.
He left me in the jungle after a couple of days, but before he did, he asked me to show him my leg where I stabbed myself. We hadn’t talked since that night. He told me to keep them open and breathing and that the wounds would probably be fine if I did, but,
“If there’s any problem, call me. I’ll tell you what to get.” The whole point of his visit was to determine if I was ready to come home or not, and it was clear that I was not.
After that, I would leave the village at night and walk the dirt road up to Masisea to drink homemade wine with whomever I found and smoke pasta basuco. Pasta basuco is the crude extract from the production of real cocaine. It’s poisonous and is essentially waste, but it is a freebase cocaine that can be smoked. The price is very cheap. Basuco may come from the similar Spanish word basura for trash, because it is refuse from the production of higher quality product. But basuco is also the word for bazooka, possibly referring to the intensity of the high. Like the crack epidemic of the 1980s in big U.S. cities, so pasta is big in South America. Smoking it was a last resort for me, but it happened from time to time.
To smoke it you roll a quarter of the tobacco out of a cigarette and suck the powder from the tiny bindle of pasta into the cigarette. Once it is all sucked up, you roll the cigarette pointing up between your hands and then grab it by the loose end to swing it back and forth to pack the tobacco and pasta powder together. After that you twist close the loose end and pull the cotton out of the filter to replace it with broken matchsticks. It’s ready to go at that point. They sold for about 30 cents apiece, and one was enough to make a man puke.
I bought the pasta in Masisea from a gay teenager, and I smoked them in the back room of his jungle shack. While I made up the cigarettes to smoke, he would unzip me and pull me out of my pants. I would push his head off me, zip my pants up and button them. Once I lit the cigarette and began to smoke the drugs, he would unbutton and unzip me again and lick my torso, and 15 seconds later when the drugs were all smoked up, I would push him off me. We went through it over and over until all 11 bindles were smoked up.
After smoking all night in Masisea, I would walk on the dirt road crawling with bullet ants and snakes back to the village. Marina’s parents and everyone else in the village knew I was smoking drugs, and they made plans to send me back to Pucallpa, where Teo was with his family (probably hiding out from having to deal with me). At the house in Pucallpa, the kids caught me rolling up some pasta into a cigarette, and I smoked it in the outhouse. Teo Valdo got mad. It was the only time I ever saw him like that.
I continued to smoke pasta in Pucallpa and borrowed money from the neighbors to do it. A guy who lived around the corner loaned me money and took me on his mototaxi to a place called Paradise to buy it. He parked far away and made me walk, because it was so dangerous. Teo and Marina would send one the kids to follow me to the graveyards, where I spent my time and smoked pasta. Marina cried over it.
Eventually everyone got tired of it (me most of all), and I asked my mom to help me visit some Americans I knew living in Tarapoto. My mother believed that I was sober and paid for a ticket. On the bus, a middle-aged woman across the aisle from me moaned in ecstasy and wrapped her hand in the curtains and pushed her head back into the seat in the dark. I knew she wanted me to make a move, so I jumped into the seat next to her and grabbed her thigh.
“What are you doing, Gringo? Go back to your seat! Now!” I had imagined it.
After 16 hours on the bus I woke up in a concrete ditch in Tarapoto with traffic buzzing all around me. The Americans who let me stay with them kicked me out for eating their cereal in the middle of the night. Cheap hotels became my home, and some guys I met showed me how to use a pry bar and a piece of wire to get coins out of the pay phones. I broke a lot of hearts those two months in Tarapoto and snorted a lot of cocaine, of course.
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2018.02.24 19:44 ShrewdOwl Please Help Me

I've been posting a lot here recently. I am going to be participating in my first three Ayahuasca ceremonies in only a month now. I've been having a lot of thoughts about my whole life recently, and I really need help. This is going to be a lengthy post, but I need to get everything out since I don't know how else I am going to be able to get my thoughts out there.
I am 18 years old (turning 19 in March), and when I was younger I used to be a somewhat sociable person. Maybe not quite as sociable as everyone else, but definitely not as reserved as I am now. My childhood was somewhat rough, but it definitely could have been worse. I have memories from when I was four or five years old, coming downstairs in the middle of the night and seeing my mom passed out drunk on the floor. This happened a lot, as she was abusing alcohol a lot. The first time this happened I thought she was dead, and went to the neighbors for help. Needless to say, she wasn't the best mother growing up, but she had her reasons, and I don't blame her. She suffered extreme sexual and physical abuse from her father when she was a kid, so I know she is suffering a lot too. Anyway, her neglectfulness eventually led to my father taking custody over my sister and I.
So when my dad took custody of my sister and I, I was in first grade at this time. Looking back, I definitely think I was damaged, but not nearly to the point where I am now. I was a very overly sensitive kid. I cried a lot over little things, had a very short temper, and was overall pretty emotionally unstable. Still, I was able to develop and maintain some friendships. I was very close with three other kids my age that lived in the neighborhood.
In fifth grade, I witnessed another traumatizing event that deeply effected me. First, a little backstory for context. When my dad first took custody over my sister and I, he had been dating a girl that he really liked. My sister and I liked her too. She really took the place of a mother figure that my biological mother was too unstable to do at the time. Eventually, my dad married this woman, and life was looking pretty decent. Well, in fifth grade, on the very first day of Thanksgiving break, something happened that no one was prepared for. I woke up on that morning, and walked out of my room to head to the bathroom. On my way there, I walked past my father's room. The door was opened, and my step-mother's dead body was on the ground. My dad was over her body, on the phone with the police, totally freaking out. She had died from a brain aneurysm at some point the night prior. This was one of the most horrific things I've ever witnessed. What was worse than seeing my step-mother's lifeless corpse, was seeing the immense fear and panic on my dad's face. I've never seen him like that before.
The months that followed were really difficult for me. There wasn't really anyone for me to talk to at the time. I just tried to forget about it, and I feel like for this reason I never fully processed it. My father would have these terrifying outbursts of anger at times where he would throw furniture at the walls around the house while screaming really loudly. There was one occasion in which he got physical with me, which was probably the most scared I've ever been with my dad. Now, don't get me wrong, my father isn't normally an abusive person. In the past, he was normally much more chill compared to other parents, but the mental state he was in really changed him.
About a year after this happened, I began to withdraw from my friends. I never talked to anyone unless I absolutely had to. My routine was to wake up, go to school, get home, then spend the rest of the day in solitude before going to bed. Part of me was hoping my friends would realize something was going on, and would check on me, but they never seemed to care. I know I should have just directly asked for help, but it was really difficult for me at the time. I completely withdrew from society for about two years. In this time I had gotten into some very damaging behavior such as self harm. I even got suspended twice for losing my temper and becoming violent with bullies.
At the end of this withdrawal period, I realized how much the lonliness was getting to me, and attempted to reintegrate myself back into my friend group. They accepted me back kind of quickly, and I still hang out with them to this day, but things have never been the same as they were before, and they most likely never will. They are all social people who are able to make friends and talk to girls easily, but I am riddled with social anxiety and possibly Aspergers (according to my therapist), leaving me totally unable to socialize without being awkward and making people uncomfortable. My friends have on multiple occasions told me that I am likely going to die alone if I don't stop being awkward, and one of them has even told them that they don't believe in me. This type of stuff truly pains me. They have no respect for me at all whatsoever.
I've been sitting here today thinking about everything, and I feel like I am too far gone. I don't even know what it feels like to be normal. I can't imagine how it could even be possible to get better from this. I've had suicidal thoughts before, but I have never felt them this heavily until today. I feel like my only option right now is to kill myself. I don't necessarily want to die, but it's a hell of a lot better than living the rest of my life this broken. I keep thinking about how easy it would be to end all my suffering. I just need to overcome my fear of death, which is slowly becoming easier each day. This is the main reason I'm posting this. I've reached a mental state today that I didn't even know was possible, and it keeps getting worse. At this rate, I know that eventually the day will come where nothing will be able to talk me out of committing suicide.
Now, here's where this becomes about Ayahuasca. Around six months ago, I was introduced to psychedelics. I feel like these have taught me a lot of lessons, but clearly haven't cured me of anything. I mean, look at what I'm posting now. I would say that the biggest thing psychedelics have done for me so far is that they have made me self aware of my behavior. I feel like before, I knew that I was struggling, but didn't realize how mentally ill I truly was. After taking psychedelics, it has become blatantly obvious that something is wrong with me, and I can't ignore it now. I no longer have that blissful ignorance that everyone else is the issue. In a way this is good, because it has shown me that I need to take action, and very quickly.
So, as I stated before, in about a month, I am going to be participating in my first three Ayahuasca ceremonies in Iquitos, Peru. Does this have the potential to help me? Or am I just going to be wasting my money, and then come back here feeling just as hopeless? I really don't want to feel like this anymore. It's unbearable, and I really need help. Thank you for reading this.
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2017.10.29 16:44 ASavageLost I lived with Shipibo shamans in the jungle for a year taking ayahuasca and trying to kick my cocaine habit, but I relapsed and started stabbing myself.

(Some of you have been reading these. if you don't think they are real, I understand. It's crazy stuff, but I am telling the story the best I can remember it. Also I was a troubled piece of garbage.)

I am son to a family of shamans who live in the jungles of Peru, if you can believe it. My mother’s name is Marina and the closest to me. She gets on Facebook and sends me pictures of what they’ve done to the house in Pucallpa or in the village where her brothers and sisters live. Hola, hijo. Te quiero mucho. Te extranamos. Hi, son. I love you a lot. We miss you.

Second closest is Erika. We called her Yuri when she was a girl, but she goes by Erika now and learned English. I had been closest to Brian when I lived there, but he was only a toddler then. He’s 13 now and can hardly hold a conversation on the phone when they call. There are seven kids, and I am the eighth.

Cheo arranged for the guys making the movie to accompany me to Peru, and we stayed at Gustavo’s hotel in Pisac. They planned to make the movie about Gustavo’s community, but decided that my stories of addiction and the dynamic of trying to change my life in the jungle with the Shipibo tribe was more viable and certainly more interesting than whatever they had planned with Gustavo. It was a funny thing for them to choose me, because they only came with me to make sure that I didn’t disappear on a coke binge before I got to the jungle. Now they would make their movie about me. They called it, A Crooked Line and would spend over 500,000 dollars over four years to document absolutely no change in me.
Gustavo took us to different places around the area and taught us about the Andean culture. It was a profound experience for all of us to learn about the beautiful way of life destroyed by Spanish colonization and the Catholic Church centuries before. In our downtime at the hotel, I used my Spanish to be sweet to one of the girls who worked there, but when I asked her for a date she turned me down, having some long standing and rocky relationship in the way.
The natives cover their faces when photos are taken as a rejection of their individuality, because they are nothing by themselves. Instead of handshakes, they greet each other by grabbing each other’s wrists signifying the reciprocity that exists in their culture. There is no word for thank you or sorry, because those are actions, not words. Gustavo also taught us how they built the ruins and moved the huge stones.
Each stone is unique from any other, but they all fit together so that not even a sheet of paper can be put between them centuries later. One stone was assigned to one family that worked closely with the families making the stones surrounding theirs. Different families and individuals worked closely with other families or individuals to create a strong community like the unique stones working in harmony to create an indestructible form without using mortar.
Shamanism and folklore laid the foundations of their culture. Celebrations and customs, even their dress, were all based on the seasons and the cultivation of crops. Nature meant everything to them, and they were never alone, because the rocks, hills, trees and everything else lived and breathed in harmonious existence with them.
I was a product of western civilization and extremely privileged but entitled, addicted and angry. Here, this culture had nothing I had growing up, but they were content. Despite all they suffered, they smiled and knew how to live. I had everything but wanted to die. Gustavo believed that the introspection obtained through shamanic medicines and immersion in a culture built on community and nature would help me overcome drugs.
He explained how rats isolated in cages choose cocaine over food and water till they die, but rats that live in a community and have quality of life choose to live by eating and drinking even when cocaine is available. I saw his point. My cold, internal isolation was responsible for at least some of what was wrong, and I had nothing to lose. The soundman and cameraman from the movie crew flew to Pucallpa with me and the Shipibo shaman who would attempt to heal me of my addiction. His name was Teo Valdo.
I knew things were different the second I felt the hot humid push of air through the doorway of the plane and walked down onto the tarmac. It was like movies I had seen as a kid about Vietnam, and droves of modified dirt bikes with three wheels and a carriage for passengers called Moto taxis filled the atmosphere with the chorus of their two-stroke drone. Everyone wore flip-flops and their open personalities matched their scant clothing. They talked in a distinct jungle dialect of Spanish. The dirt bike rickshaws buzzed through town on roads of red clay and carried as many as seven people at a time and maybe some live chickens tied upside down, a bushel of plantains or a squealing pig.
Teo Valdo took us to the hotel where we spent the night and came back in the morning to take us to the river port. We walked four blocks to the port market. It teemed with commerce and activity. Barefoot men carried large quantities of plantains on their backs and grunted up the muddy bank of the river and loaded them into trucks. Women and children sold bags of bread or apples or rice and chicken meals wrapped in banana leaves from small canoes to passengers waiting on the boats for departure to their village. Frantic crowds of men and women jumped up and down and bargained over the pigs or chickens or bags of grain poor families of farmers brought into town earlier that morning.
We maneuvered up a plank from the mud into a wooden boat before we ducked our heads under the roof and crawled over other passengers to our seats. A light drizzle started. It was clear that we were in a different world, and whatever I thought mattered back in America didn’t really matter here.
We waited over an hour to take off and when we finally did it was slow. It took six to get there, so we talked to a small group of Americans coming out to the Shipibo village with us. They had met Teo Valdo some months earlier and wanted to visit his wife’s family’s village: Ceylan, and they were coming with us.
Our clothes stuck to our skin, and our backs cramped on the tiny wooden seat before we arrived. Red clay stuck to our shoes as we got off the boat, and a group of women halfway danced in traditional Shipibo garb. The men played clumsy drums and flutes to greet us. A hoard of kids carried our bags a half mile up to the hut where we would sleep and invited us to eat chicken and dance in a different hut by an enormous puddle they called the soccer field.
My lungs struggled to breathe the soggy air, and mosquitos bit our skin through the repellent. It was hot and still and muddy and arguably the most miserable place I had ever been in my life. No matter how cool it sounded to live in the jungle, it wasn’t. We only escaped the mosquitos under our nets, but the air sat even stiller and hotter under them. Different bugs or biting ants usually made their way into the damp bedding.
The other Americans boasted of how they would fast for several days in preparation for the ayahuasca ceremonies the whole boat ride into the jungle, and they had big plans to stay for a week or more and do several ceremonies. But the women left less than 24 hours in and the men only made it another 12 before they took off after the first ceremony. Throughout my time in the jungle Canadians, Americans and Europeans alike would come with big ambitions about how long they would stay and tell me how happy they were to be there, but when the mosquitoes became reality and heat beat them down and ants were crawling in their beds, they always left frazzled and desperate for a porcelain toilet and air conditioning. Me on the other hand, I didn’t have a choice. The jungle days in a tribal village were the life I was living at the time. There wasn’t anywhere else for me to go.
But we had ceremony the first night before that first group of Americans left. It was with Teo and his wife, Marina, and her whole family: her mother and father, three brothers and their wives, two of her sisters, besides cousins and uncles and aunts, maybe 25 people. We sat in a circle and took turns letting the alkaline sludge slide down our throats before Teo blew out the kerosene lamp and lit a cigarette. Mosquitos bit. He began ceremony with a guttural moaning that ascended into a chorus of him and his in laws singing slithering incantations to the snake spirit. Teo fanned random members of our party with a large eagle feather and sing songs particular to that individual. He put his mouth to each one’s head and sucked loudly before puking into a bucket. A cousin stood and sang loudly. He made strange geometrical patterns in the dark with his cigarette.
The jungle swallowed my mind on the medicine, and the entomological chirps of the life teeming all around coursed through my veins. Silent vegetation encroached and I knew it could make me disappear in a second like a scene from Jumanji. The spirit spoke to us each in our own way, and we shared our experiences through the broken Spanish of one of the other visitors before we all crawled under our mosquito nets and slept.
The guys from the movie interviewed me in the morning sitting around a smoldering fire with one of the cousin’s and his friend cooking up the next batch of ayahuasca in a big pot. I talked about my hepatitis and what I thought about the medicines curing it. It was hard to imagine that there was much Teo could do for me with ayahuasca and the other plants. We talked about this and that on camera before they hugged me and took off to catch a boat into the city.
Besides ceremony there was nothing to do but read, and the days passed slow and hot. I got diarrhea from the microbes in the well water. It was so bad that I cried in the outhouse. Teo’s family adopted me as their own. They called me “Bebe Grande” on account of all the candy I ate, and I was very close to their youngest, Brian. He was only two and loved to eat bananas.
Once a month or so they would bring me back into Pucallpa to their house where their other 6 kids lived and went to school. It was a tiny wooden house with a corrugated tin roof, and as many as 19 people slept on the floor in a night. I imagined the tin roof would glow like a coil in the oven from all the radiation it had soaked up during the daytime, but it never did. An outhouse sat about 10 feet from the back door, and when the back yard flooded from the rain, water licked the threshold. I spent as much time as possible at phone parlors called locutorios and used the computers to watch YouTube videos or read Wikipedia articles and use Facebook. Sometimes I called the girl working at Gustavo’s hotel to tell her that I loved her.
We never stayed in the city more than a few days before we returned by boat back to Ceylan where we cooked everything on open fires and the roofs were made of neatly folded palm fronds instead of corrugated tin and the mosquitoes really bit. There were different boats, but we always got on the one going to Masisea, which was a tiny century old settlement where 2000 people lived. It was two miles up a dirt road from where we lived in Ceylan, and a pharmacy and a barbershop sat on one side of the plaza. On the other side were several stores selling butchered chicken out of a bucket, hot bottles of soda, crackers, cookies, clothes and instant coffee with fried eggs and rice for a lunch time meal. A couple of bars ran big speakers and refrigerators on generators at night while people danced and drank beer at tables. At a few small covered stations along the road, men and women sold gasoline out of plastic jugs and poured it through funnels with cloth filters into motorcycle tanks. I visited from time to time, but it wasn’t much to see. One of Marina’s sisters had a little store in the village that sold cigarettes and candy, which was all I ever bought anyway.
We continued with the shamanic treatments at night, and sometimes ceremony would shake me to the core. On one occasion I had no recollection of coming up into the plateau or anything other than a thick fog rolling over me before it transported my whole body, not my mind or imagination but what literally seemed to be my physical body.
I was in a similar village where men in tactical gear burned huts to the ground with flamethrowers. The men slaughtered Asian looking adults and collected the children in cages to be carried away to some horrific fate, but I wasn’t sure where. Whatever was happening wasn’t clear to me, but I knew that it was a reality for someone somewhere at some time. The terror of it poured through my veins like acid. I woke up from it completely sober and troubled by the vision. Teo Valdo told me that the medicine had a conscience and could impart knowledge or healing at her own will. What I saw was the reality of human trafficking, and it scared me.
Another time an American girl who came to stay with us told me in the middle of ceremony that a fairy was stroking her hair and telling her that she was beautiful. She lauged and say that she was being healed of her poor self-image and the other deep hurts in her life by the love and affirmation of the fairy. She laughed harder and say that the fairy was pulling her hair now and that it was getting to be too much. Before it was over a strange, chirping language that was not human seemed to be channeled through her and stifled her terrified screams. She sounded like a fairy, and the memory has never left me. In that same ceremony I felt sick but couldn’t puke. Teo sang over me and fanned me with his eagle feather, and I purged immediately. I almost never puked. Teo sang again, and a strange digital language washed over me. The medicine reacted to the influence he exerted over it.
I thought a lot about different things to get through the boredom of months in the jungle. My mind imagined the large dirt hives of termites to be piles of cocaine and thought about starting a grow operation back in the states when I returned. The Shipibo language fascinated me, and I thought about it.
Shipibo makes phonetic distinctions between words that originate in the lower throat or are created by movements of the tongue and lips that don’t exist in English. It was a chipper language and guttural and primal with the Spanish alphabet crudely representing it on paper. I imagined the language had evolved in the jungle bush and ants had carried it off the branches and into the minds of the natives through their ears. It seemed to mimic brightly colored mating rituals between wild birds or monkeys in the trees. The hoots of nocturnal birds and croaks of lazy frogs have contributed to the Shipibo vocabulary. I wanted to speak it so badly but couldn’t get much further than: scrambled eggs, fried plantains, good morning, hurry and you are pretty.
My father sent me big boxes of books to pass the time. I read James Joyce, Steinbeck, as much of Kurt Vonnegut as I could, Tom Robbins and everything else. I read an 800-page biography on Che Guevara and idolized his socialist ideology and devotion to the cause. He probably would have killed me for being a lazy, white, drug addicted American, but that didn’t matter to me. When I read that people were upset at the executions he oversaw after the revolution, I didn’t understand. Deep down, I knew that no one’s life had any more inherent value than the fish or bacteria from which it evolved, so why would executions offend me?
Our greatest purpose was to die as transitional forms, evolving to perfect the species. I wondered if some future museum might display a life-sized replica of me in my habitat, like we have for cavemen, today. It would be made of fiberglass and plaster mold. My dwelling would be behind a dumpster. My shoes would be wet, and instead of prehistoric tools, there would be a lighter and a spoon in my hands, a dirty syringe behind my ear. I would represent a failed branch of the evolutionary process, a glitch in mutation that expressing a fatal trait: Auto-Cerebral Cannibalism. Luckily only the fit survive, and I wasn’t it.
Auto-Cerebral Cannibalism. I imagined myself sitting at a table and eating my own brain like a melon with a spoon, but that did not adequately convey the inner horror. The grainy visual of my own brain somehow eating itself was getting closer, but the image of my brain devouring me from the legs up with all the blood and ferocity of an oversized piranha was the only image that seemed sufficiently heinous to me. The thoughts and beliefs in my own mind were destroying me. Even though I didn’t know how they got there or even what they were, they vehemently and violently opposed me. At least part of it was that I hated myself for being white, male, educated and American. You see? I rejected my father and all that he was, but you can’t reject your father without rejecting yourself. So, I did, and it would kill me. That was okay though. It would be a favor to the world.
In three months we did something like 30 ayahuasca ceremonies, and when it was over Cheo came with the guys making the movie to take me back to Pisac. We had a big celebration and danced all night with the Shipibos before we left in the morning, and I loved the hot shower and sit on porcelain at the hotel.
My mom met us in Pisac and did some interviews with us, and before they all left it was decided that I would live and work for Gustavo in Pisac for the next 10 months. The girl who worked for him had me interested enough that I didn’t make much fuss about staying.
I enjoyed talking to tourists who came into Gustavo’s restaurant and hotel. The American boy living abroad and immersed in a culture and language they could only experience briefly enamored them. I told them about my past and that Gustavo believing in me was a catalyst to my turnaround in Peru. It seemed like things would really change for the first time in my life.
My sister came to visit for my birthday, and when she got to town we had lunch and cake at the hotel, which I could barely eat. That night we had some beers with the girls from work when one of them pointed out a white crust hanging out of my nose. Nosebleeds started soon after that, but my sister pretended that everything was okay anyway.
While she was in town I took her to visit different sites of ancient ruins, but it was difficult to take the long walks up and down the old terra forms. I always needed another line and left her hanging in awkward situations while I chased a bag through the cobblestone streets or did coke in the bathroom. When I came back my stories had holes, and I sweated and sniffled and labored to breathe. I got paranoid and demanded the girl who worked at the hotel with me admit her boyfriend planned to kill me. My sister’s last 30 bucks disappeared before she left in a cab.
The bender lasted another few days before Gustavo confronted me by the gate in the wall around his house. He was stern, and when I punched the wall he pushed his forehead into mine and walked me backwards. I told him three times to get out of my face before I punched him. The sequence of events is hazy after that.
I pulled my pocketknife out and stuck it in my stomach in front of everyone in the plaza and chased him towards his front door. He fell, and I broke a heavy potted plant on his leg. At some point I had the knife in my hand and lifted it towards my left ear where I planned to bury it in my neck and pull it across. His gardener grabbed the knife out of my hand and threw it over the wall. Gustavo’s three-year-old son watched the whole thing happen.
I walked back to the hotel somehow and gathered my clothes before I fell on the ground in front of his patrons like the small stab wound was causing me to bleed out. Gustavo threw his hands in the air and balked to the girls who worked there. The next thing I knew I was in one of the hotel rooms with a nurse who would help me get to sleep. She gave me an IV shot of liquid Valium for being ridiculous, and when I woke up the same nurse gave me another one in the butt cheek this time. My father would have to come get me.
When he showed up, we got along great considering all I pulled and he was only there to help me get back to the jungle. Since I didn’t give him any real trouble off the bat he assumed the best. We went to drink beer and talked about different things that we both liked, but that night I stole money from him while he slept and took a taxi to Cusco.
Teo and Marina had come to help him, and we planned to take a bus from Cusco to Pucallpa. Outside of the bus station I told my dad that I left my hat at one of the bars by the plaza and needed to get it.
“Well. You’re going to have to go without it. I’ll get you another one.”
When he turned around for a second, I jumped into a cab and took off. I spent all the money I had on a bag of fake cocaine. It was so frustrating that I sat down on the dirty stairs and held my sweaty head in my hands until my dad came with one of the other girls from the hotel. I refused to leave until I had some cocaine and forced him to buy me a bag in exchange for my cooperation.
Teo and Marina had already taken the bus to Pucallpa, but my dad and I would wait for a plane ticket in a couple of days. He was too embarrassed to return to Pisac, so we went to another little town to wait. From the back seat of the taxi and in front of my dad and the driver, I blatantly solicited the girl who had helped him find me for sex, which she rejected. We got a hotel, and my father divvied the cocaine up into small paper bindles, which he used to control my behavior.
Gustavo’s gardener visited us a few times, and one afternoon my dad and I drank beer in a crumbling hole of a bar with a dirt floor. I demanded a younger patron explain to me how he lost his eye even though it humiliated him. My dad told me to drop it, and I raised my voice. At night, I walked streets of black stone hoping to find trouble. And I did when someone outside of a bar asked me,
“Hey, gringo, do you want to knife fight?”
“Yes. With you? Where are the knives?”
I was calling his bluff as much as anything. He yelled to one of his buddies by the bar to go get so and so and bring the knives. I stared down at my feet in wet gravel and scattered trash. All I could think about were my own blood-soaked socks and the despair of my father walking up to the scene if my throat were slashed. It was everything I ever wanted.
“What’s taking so long? Didn’t you ask me if I wanted to knife fight?” He pretended not to hear me, and I walked away.
I bought blister packets of Xanax and harangued my father day and night while he tried to keep me calm between distributing the tiny bindles of coke. When we got to Pucallpa, he had to hire a police officer to keep me from hurting him or myself until the next morning when we met Teo and Marina at the port. He said he would see me in two months, and I got on a boat in the rain with Teo and Marina.
I was back in the jungle with the Shipibos depressed and hating my life. Two months turned into three. Three months turned into four. Four months turned into five, and month after month passed with no kind of plan to come home or do anything different.
The jungle became my home, whether the city of Pucallpa or in the village of Ceylan. It was where I lived, and everyone knew me. I had considered the popular music in Peru to be garbage when I first arrived, but as time went on I came to love the cumbia groups like Mallanep, Kaliente de Iquitos, Papillon, and the rest of them that made speakers sweat sex and demand your body bounce to the beat. Even when I went to the Internet cafes by the house in Pucallpa, I listened to the local groups instead of American music. When Marina and the kids watched TV at the house, I watched the variety and comedy shows like them.
Marina asked me about her sister-in-law.
“Bebe Grande, where are the eggs?”
“Eggs? I think Elicia took them.”
“Did you say she could have those eggs?”
“No.”
“Well then who told her she could have those eggs? She’s always taking stuff that’s not hers.”
Marina loved me like her own kid. She could say things that would annoy me like any mother can, but I loved her very much. We were close. I wish I could say the same about Teo, but it wasn’t like that. He showed great patience with me and my antics, but I could not stand communicating with him. His voice and the way he spoke Spanish made me angry. It was partly his need to give an answer to things he didn’t understand (exacerbated by the attention and adoration he received from foreigners). The kids all loved me. Luz was four and laughed at me but wouldn’t hug me. Brian always wanted a bite of my food and called me “amiguito.” The other kids all liked me too, except the second oldest daughter. She thought I was rude, and she was right.
I don’t know the things that go through a Shipibo’s head, and they didn’t know what went through my head either. The differences in our cultures were immense. Most of the kids living in the village with me didn’t even speak Spanish until they were 11. They walked around barefoot and excitedly ate the burnt, black rice out of cooking pots as a snack. Their mothers washed all their clothes by hand. Their father caught their dinner daily, and if he had work, the most he could hope to earn was a dollar or two for the day. Many of those women had never seen a sanitary napkin or even taken a hot shower. The only prescription for an abscessed tooth was to hold your hand on your cheek until it went away, but the life they lived produced the gentlest and kindest human beings.
Marina’s oldest sister, Soila, wins the prize for most amazing person I have ever met. She spoke soft and sweet and probably still has a kid every three years with her husband who looks 15 years younger than she does. Her eyes were always red, and she spent her days tending to the fire, carrying water, sweeping the floor and holding her baby like any other Shipiba in the village. I doubt if she can even think poorly of someone.
These weren’t the brown faces of strangers in an airport parking lot or the family in worn sandals and hand stitched clothing, selling toys made of wood and string at the hot springs two days before your flight home. These were my brothers and sisters, my aunts and uncles, my mother and father, my grandparents. This was my family. I lived with them.
We carried water from the wells in buckets back to the huts together and swatted at our legs and backs with a towel every evening to keep mosquitoes from biting us. We all slept on the floor with a small mat under nets and trudged through the mud in our flip flops when it rained. We ate mangos when they fell out of the trees and bore banana bushels or sacks of papayas on our backs from where they grew by the river. Sometimes we walked miles at 3 a.m. to catch a boat back into the city and shared our seats with squealing pigs or clucking chickens. It was not a temporary state of affairs for them, but an unchanging reality. Hot showers, epidurals, Albertson’s and air conditioning were things they simply did not know and probably never would.
After I had been in Peru for about nine months, the cameraman from the movie crew came to visit me in the jungle for a couple of weeks before my dad came. He and I talked to various locals about life around there, the drug trade and what they thought about me. A young man named Carlos sold flip-flops out of a big bag he carried on his shoulder along the dirt road between Masisea and our village. He came with 2 young girls who wanted to meet me, and he told me about Jesus Christ. I quickly shot him down and told him he betrayed his indigenous heritage with his faith.
“Christians killed your ancestors and destroyed their culture hundreds of years ago. Then they gave the survivors new names before they used them as slaves to build their empire. Don’t you understand?”
Sometime later the cameraman and I found him organizing a small worship event in the plaza of Masisea. We sat on wooden benches in the dirt and watched tears stream down a girl’s face who held her open hands high in the air. I asked him,
“Why is she crying? Why are people crying about this? I don’t get it!”
“Because of their faith, Riley. Because of their faith.”
I found the idea of faith in an invisible man who never existed in the first place to be revolting. Carlos didn’t waver in his statement or look for my approval. He stated it as the fact that it was to him, and suddenly I recalled sitting in an ice cream parlor with my mother’s father, Turkey.
“Riley, do you pray to God?” Turkey asked. Problems had been a part of my life for years by then. I smoked weed and cigarettes every day and had already talked to three different counselors.
“God? What do you mean God? What in the hell has he ever done for me?”
“I don’t know, Riley. Only you and God can know that.”
When my father showed up, we slept in the same hotel room in Pucallpa, and I stole a bunch of change out of his shoe in the morning. It had been four months since I did any cocaine, but I found out the shoe shiners outside of the hotel could get grams for 7 dollars.
On the boat, he knew I was high and accused me of it before we got to the village. There was a big celebration for his arrival with dancing and music and food and some beer. I screamed and punched him till Marina’s brothers pulled me off him. The night went on, and the party transitioned from dancing and celebrating to careful gazing at the lunatic and his father having it out. Cumbia still blared, but the dancing stopped sometime after I started getting violent.
I sat cross-legged and hunched over in a pair of cargo shorts on the floor. Somewhere, a generator hummed, powering the light bulb hanging over my head and speakers outside. My father stood on the other side of the partition and looked at me through the mesh screen. It was turning into one of the kind of nights only I could give him. Somehow, I had gotten a hold of a black handled paring knife with a five-inch blade, and I screamed at him. Strands of slobber fluttered in the jets of air shooting from between my teeth as I convinced him and myself that it was his fault. He was to blame for the way I was and why I wanted to hurt myself. My conviction was an act, but I told him plainly that I hated him. I buried the blade to the hilt three times in the meat of my right calf before I chucked the knife end over end at his face.
I think, the problem for us was that we were too much alike, and I think he would agree that he saw things in me growing up that he hated in himself. There were good things too, but I mostly remembered the bad.
I peed on him, once, when he changed my diaper. It was on purpose and made me laugh. He swatted at the golden arc of liquid with his hand and griped.
“C’mon, Riley. Don’t do that, baby!” Usually, people are impressed I can remember back to when he changed my diapers. I always say it’s easy to remember, because I was 16 when it happened.
On a trip to Mexico, my father pulled me into the bathroom and very seriously said,
“Riley, I am going to share something very important with you. It’s something the Chapman men all know how to do, and you will, too.” I was excited and nervous about the family secret he was about to reveal to me. I wondered what it could be. What piece of my identity as a male in our family would he reveal to me? What knowledge would he impart? What honor? What prestige? “This is important. My father taught me. His father taught him, and now, I am going to teach you.”
He looked in the mirror, leaned in close to it and pushed the tip of his nose up, before revealing scissors in his other hand. The discourse began, “When you trim your nose hair, you want to……..”
He taught me how to read on his lap every night after he got off work. School failed to teach me because I skipped pre-K and started kindergarten at the very end of the year. It took a lot of time and effort, but I owe 100 percent of that to him.
He checked my math homework every morning in middle school, and when I got four wrong, he would berate me at the kitchen table in front of my sisters until he took us to school. I can’t remember if I cried.
He left me in the jungle after a couple of days, but before he did, he asked me to show him my leg where I stabbed myself. We hadn’t talked since that night. He told me to keep them open and breathing and that the wounds would probably be fine if I did, but,
“If there’s any problem. Call me. I’ll tell you what to get.” The whole point of his visit was to determine if I was ready to come home or not, and it was clear that I was not.
After that, I would leave the village at night and walk the dirt road up to Masisea to drink homemade wine with whomever I found and smoke pasta basuco. Pasta basuco is the crude extract from the production of real cocaine. It’s poisonous and is essentially waste, but it is a freebase cocaine that can be smoked. The price is very cheap. Basuco either comes from the similar Spanish word basura for trash, because it is refuse from the production of higher quality product, but basuco is also the word for bazooka, possibly referring to the intensity of the high. Like the crack epidemic of the 1980s in big U.S. cities, so is pasta in South America. Smoking it was a last resort for me, but it happened from time to time.
To smoke it you roll a quarter of the tobacco out of a cigarette and suck the powder from the tiny bindle of pasta into the cigarette. Once it is all sucked up, you roll the cigarette pointing up between your hands and then grab it by the loose end to swing it back and forth to pack the tobacco and pasta powder together. After that you twist close the loose end and pull the cotton out of the filter to replace it with broken matchsticks. It’s ready to go at that point. They sold for about 30 cents apiece, and one was enough to make a man puke.
I bought the pasta in Masisea from a gay teenager, and I smoked them in the back room of his jungle shack. While I made up the cigarettes to smoke, he would unzip me and pull me out of my pants. I would push his head off me, zip my pants up and button them. Once I lit the cigarette and began to smoke the drugs, he would unbutton and unzip me again and lick my torso, and 15 seconds later when the drugs were all smoked up, I would push him off me. We went through it over and over until all 11 bindles were smoked up.
After smoking all night in Masisea, I would walk on the dirt road crawling with bullet ants and snakes back to the village. Marina’s parents and everyone else in the village knew I was smoking drugs, and they made plans to send me back to Pucallpa, where Teo was with his family (probably hiding out from having to deal with me). At the house in Pucallpa, the kids caught me rolling up some pasta into a cigarette, and I smoked it in the outhouse. Teo Valdo got mad. It was the only time I ever saw him like that.
I continued to smoke pasta in Pucallpa and borrowed money from the neighbors to do it. A guy who lived around the corner loaned me money and took me on his mototaxi to a place called paradise to buy it. He would park far away from the place I bought it and made me walk, because it was so dangerous. Teo and Marina would send one the kids to follow me to the graveyards, where I spent my time and smoked pasta. Marina cried over it.
Eventually everyone got tired of it (me most of all), and I asked my mom to help me visit some Americans I knew living in Tarapoto. My mother believed that I was sober and paid for a ticket. On the bus, a middle-aged woman across the aisle from me moaned in ecstasy and wrapped her hand in the curtains and pushed her head back into the seat in the dark. I knew she wanted me to make a move, so I jumped into the seat next to her and grabbed her thigh.
“What are you doing, gringo? Go back to your seat! Now!” I had imagined it.
After 16 hours on the bus I woke up in a concrete ditch in Tarapoto with traffic buzzing all around me. The Americans who let me stay with them kicked me out for eating their cereal in the middle of the night. Cheap hotels became my home, and some guys I met showed me how to use a pry bar and a piece of wire to get coins out of the pay phones. I broke a lot of hearts those two months in Tarapoto and snorted a lot of cocaine, of course.
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2017.05.18 17:27 rachallred I'm going to Dreamglade

It's official, after thinking about it for over a year, after having to deal with setbacks, having to push the date indefinitely, it's official: I'm going to Dreamglade!
I will be there the last 2 weeks of August, before arriving there, I want to stop by Cusco, see Machu Picchu, and try San Pedro.
I've never done any type of recreational drugs, never tried 'shrooms, or any psychedelics. For me this is going to be a journey inward, reconnecting with myself and source energy.
How can I prepare as a first timer?
Is it a good idea to try San Pedro before Ayahuasca? In your own experience, what's the difference between the two?
If you'll be in Iquitos or Dreamglade around the same time send me a message, let's connect!
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2017.03.08 11:37 Bigbossjock Shasta County Courthouse Officials Pulled Taser Protest Continued In Front of FBI Office March 8, '17

March 7, 2017 Day Two of the Protest, CHP RPD Shasta Co. Sheriff Department all showed respect, allowed me to obey the law while exercising my rights with out any harassment, I appreciate the treatment, thank you to all the previously mentioned, I will continue for them also to show respect, an incident at the Shasta County Courthouse today caused me to feel upset, on scene I was cool cookie cool, three coppers in the hallway, hands on their tasers, along with one near their holsters, halted me at the doorway, leaving the Criminal Division located on the second floor, Inside that office an incident had ensued, couple months ago of an arrest in June '14 I became aware, June '15 LAX I'd been arrested, '11 warrant for my arrest been issued, warrant was for assault battery attempted murder, came with special enhancement elder care abuse, two seniors a female 92 years old along with a 67 year old male, February '11 gamma ray'd DIA-CIA Command Center kept me up for days, gamma ray CIA term for when the Mic is Keyed, sine wave is sent to the stimoceiver, from '11-'15 Shasta County warrant stayed in place, often during that time FBI went on special assignment, Skeen with Jackson also Reed lived next door, Iquitos Peru Ricardo Palma were my neighbors, wore disguises clandestine services I hadn't been aware, June '14 they escorted me, exercised the Shasta County warrant, gamma ray'd the whole time, every order I had to obey, my psychie was broken at two years old, since then always been that way, when depressed was the gamma ray, all the way till January '15 functioned did the the gamma ray, now when depressed Yankee Sam's agents get worried instead of impressed, many Yankee Sam's agents are queer, chose to abuse me Stimoceiver 0067 over the years, wrote eight hundred pages of rhymes, writing allowed my mind, was enabled to unwind, with our one only God right here inside, Father in Heaven helped me line by line, continues because on does go the rhyme, June '14 FBI sodomized me, when they were through dropped me at the park, had me playing the part, accused me been a woman assaulted, false accusation turned out to be, existed did the warrant, Shasta County Sheriffs in they hauled me, another time of being sodomized by Sheriff Bosenko, '05 he'd hospitalized me for five days, Shasta County Jail back then I needed to call home, 585 days spent in their lock up, Mercy Hospital '10 hid the records from me, U.S. National Security is being invoked, archives aren't there anywhere I go, '05 spent five days in the Mercy Hospital, nineteen inch truncheon been used, inserted past my rectum, tore thru the colon wall, past thru the intestine, punctured the stomach liner, damaged where connects the esophagus to the stomach, FBI Agent Skeen stood the door, invoked U.S. National Security, gag order placed, prosecution incarceration threatened for anyone who didn't obey, FBI continues with their silly games, won't acknowledge my complaint, Shasta County Sheriffs their authority I must obey, all police for that matter I live in the police state, this is Yankee United States, the law I do obey, Yankee Sam vigils me daily, including into the night I am vigiled at all times, July '15 Went to the courthouse Criminal Division, prior remembered a conversation, ankle bracelet I was wearing, placed on in the end of June '15, Criminal Division I'd been there, thought Aunt Diane Hawkins had filed with them a power of attorney, document I had signed without my conscious awareness, Criminal Division worker she looked the screen, power of attorney screen didn't show anything, '14 arrest in June of that year came up, she said I had been arrested, mentioned been nearly almost exactly a year prior to my '15 arrest, I had replied what she said couldn't have been, '11-'15 Iquitos Peru I'd been living, stayed there for four years, had my immigration record stamped in my passport, supervisor walked over to her, said must have been a mistake, in that time with the supervisor I did agree, looked me said she'd corrected the error on the screen, at that time I didn't give the conversation much mind, June '14 shortly after being tortured by the FBI, special devices were used, cattle prod inserted into my anus electro shocked, law enforcement put me on a Redding busy street corner, short distance from a known chain store, Co with the Cost, located on one the main city streets, sign red I need a five, so I could buy a box of tampons, bled from my anus down both my legs, they put the tranny gear on me, was towards the end of the day, evening time sun hadn't gone down, wore a cape with a speedo also had on a bra, Local news that's been part of my program, decades been part of the abuse, stations pulled up with their news crews, with me they conducted interviews, I forced to say was experiencing a period, cape on begging for money, I saying needed money to buy a box of tampons, ordered to approach the waiting cars, forced also to tell them I was experiencing a period, with the same lines, could they please spare a five, Flaca stood at my side, man after man took another ride, each man she rode off with made me bleed more, RickyDick Cheney stood not far off, seemed to find what he watched quite amusing, tried not to laugh too much, was right there in the street with the whole bunch, March 7, '17 Brandi at Criminal Division, let me know repeatedly nothing showed on her screen, clearly stated I had no arrest in '14, only arrests which showed are from '04 along with '15, nothing else in between showed, recorder from my pocket I pulled, explained to Brandi our conversation I was going to record, she had already told me, snap copy of what showed on her screen wasn't possible, any copies I needed of previous arrests to the jail I needed to go, for me that seemed wrong, asked Brandi if she could give me an official statement, saying which arrest dates were at that moment, currently showed on her screen, red blushed Brandi's face, as she from me turned away, stated no that she was going to get her supervisor, Woman worker named Lisa, indignant she looked me hard, stood the other side of the counter, Lisa peered into my eyes, scared she tried to make me feel, explained to Lisa with the recorder in hand, as with Brandi I needed to record, document the upcoming conversation, in order to obtain some type of legal documentation, stated in '14 I had been arrested, while in Shasta Co Custody I'd been abused, documentation wasn't there, screen showed been no arrest in '14, that was what I needed, in order for me find a lawyer, Lisa became angered, she refused to help me, stated to her I need to say this properly, I am going to record the conversation, I need your permission, will you give me an official statement, saying that I have no other arrests, other than the ones showing on your screen in that moment, asked could you please identify the dates, she became angered told me I was being confrontational, walked towards the phone, called for Marshalls to restrain me, that I had recorded her dubiously, with out her knowledge, continued to record her without her permission, that I needed to be addressed, I stood for a moment, waited there at the side of the counter, then said excuse me Brandi, she wouldn't acknowledge sat a few feet away, then I rose my voice asked how about you mam, attempted to get the attention of another worker, then said aloud is their anyone here that can answer am I being detained, am I free to leave, reader to understand I am a felon, they are public officials, I didn't want to be accused of fleeing the scene, Lisa then sneered back at me, posture she wasn't looking towards me, said I wasn't being detained, replied to Lisa I planned on returning, needed to see her supervisor, asked Lisa for the name of that person, replied her supervior's name is Nicky, asked if I could speak with her, Lisa said that wasn't possible, continued Nicky wasn't in, I asked Lisa what hour, Nicky her supervisor would return, Lisa answered back she didn't have that information, kept my demeanor the entire time, soon as I opened the door, two Cops stood in position, were ready to take me on, thought to take me down, one Marshall one Deputy in front of me, both held their hands near their holsters, same time kept one near their tazers, copper behind me stood about ten paces off, he was crouched down, already had his tazer in his hand, In front of me I kept my hands, smooth kept my demeanor, looked official Kallington in the eye, same time held the copper towards my back, kept him in my peripheral, showed them the recorder was in my hand, held both hands in front of me, recording hadn't been the device, button I'd depressed, turned off before the office I exited, official Kallington during our discussion, continued requested of me to look his way, wanted me to look him in the eyes, same time I kept the copper behind in my sight, Kallington proceeded question me, inquired why I felt the need to record, answered him that I needed the recording, proof have some type of documentation, explained one of my arrests wasn't on their screen, Criminal Division were unwilling to give me a copy, nor were they willing to make any official statements, asked of them identify my existing arrest dates, then asked Kallington if I was being detained, he notified me I was not, then asked him if I could walk off, he stated I was at liberty to go on my way, before I began walking, asked official Kallington if there was any problem, that I intended to return the next day, planned on speaking with Lisa's supervisor Nicky, be no problem he agreed, I walked away downstairs, then returned again upstairs, returned to outside of Criminal Division, needed to ask the US Marshalls, where I could find a filed Last Testament and Will, Edith Martineau my Grandmother, made statements before a Grand Jury, May of 2013 stated she'd sexually abused me, beginning from when I was a baby, she knew about '72, how my pschie been broken, '72 what happened described the part she'd taken, '10 how I'd been drove off, gamma ray'd in '11, abused many many times, shocked collared till I turned blue, described other abuses I endured, much she described was sexual, from her Mormon Community she was ostracized, couple months later she died, July of '13 when she passed away, what Edith did for me, took her a lot of courage, statement she cited her history, time she spent in the CIA, been an agent since the nineteen forties, named the DIA-CIA Command Center said she'd been an operator, included that I'd been implanted with a stimoceiver, she'd given me with Mom including my sisters a ride to Oregon, Veterans Administration Hospital Roseburg Oregon, family members lived near, Evans's resided in Loraine, Edith there she waited, while Mom with me rode, blue VW bug Dan Evans Drove, Edith's statement been the reason, charges been dropped to attempt to do great bodily harm, her words were given, DIA-CIA program one day I would be able to escape, I was aware of the stimoceiver, power of attorney held by CIA Diane Hawkins, threatened I did take my case, go all the way to the box, soon as I did everything got dropped, '15 during the court case, fact Edith made a statement wasn't explained to me, public defender said there was something, then noted I should look into the archive, one day if I ever wanted out of what I was in, need I would look into the case file, wouldn't be there for ever, would exist for some years to come though, in that time lawyer's words, I wasn't able to comprehend, my mind still left traumatized, then was much more under the Command Center's influence, unable to open the doors in my mind, closed they remained, '15 the public defender's words I couldn't understand, Today March 7, '17 courthouse returned back upstairs, encountered in the hallway the copper, official who had held his tazer, went back to make an inquiry, asked where would be a Last Testament and Will filed, he gave me incorrect information, sent me to the recorders office on the other side, past the metal detectors other end of the courthouse, recorders office notified me I was in wrong place, told me go to room 319 located in the building I'd come from, was 4:06 in the afternoon, I decided tomorrow to return, I plan on going to the Shasta County courthouse, weather permits tomorrow March 8, 2017, rains will go the courthouse next day, anyone who wants to participate in the protest, one I'm holding at Churn Creek with Mistletoe, I arrive towards the middle of the day, get there around lunch hour, I'll be walking protesting out in front of the Redding FBI Field Office, after couple hours of demonstrating, I will go over to the Shasta County Courthouse, plan on inquiring about the previously mentioned documents. I feel the treatment today, what I received was inappropriate, Criminal Division also the US Marshalls including the Deputy they are public officials, I hadn't acted confrontational nor hostile, didn't raise my voice, nor show disrespect, at the door I needed to escape being tazed, Conservative Conspiracy Forum I believe doesn't allow posting of personal information, so won't leave a way to contact me, other than I am the one at Mistletoe with Churn Creek, Redding California, be there holding a billboard, which reads I was sodomized by the FBI inside of their field office Comey Participated, any lawyers out there legal advice I am needing, helpful information would appreciated, someone who could record, be their to witness, their help also would be appreciated, thank you for reading Bigbossjock Mightysevenfifty https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jpt4udwHODc
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