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The Time Machine
   I may be very wrong since I am not as knowledgeable in the areas that Ron is in the idea of creating of a time machine, but it just seems impossible and far fetched.  How can anyone loop time into one condensed area or mechanism?  Although, the idea of b...
The Time Machine
   I may be very wrong since I am not as knowledgeable in the areas that Ron is in the idea of creating of a time machine, but it just seems impossible and far fetched.  How can anyone loop time into one condensed area or mec...
16 hours ago - Via Blogger - View - Emperor King-Prince Adam Eden : Adam Whales Eden HMHRIHSKEP UK FR/TR SWI/NED CAN MHL/WSM MEX/US SEA7 SIS DOJ SCWPAC {Supreme Divine ...
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Adam German Eden (K Louis XIX) [Mayday] (name rep place/pathos reign,FR ENG MEX GER/SWI IT/GRC)
Rainier III (Rainier Louis Henri Maxence Bertrand Grimaldi; 31 May 1923 – 6 April 2005) ruled the Principality of Monaco for almost 56 years, making him one of the longest ruling monarchs of the 20th century. Though he was best known outside of Europe for having married American actress Grace Kelly, he was also responsible for reforms to Monaco's constitution and for expanding the principality's economy beyond its traditional gambling base. Gambling accounts for only approximately three percent of the nation's annual revenue today; when Rainier ascended the throne in 1949, it accounted for more than 95 percent.[2]
Maid Maryanne Whales, Princess [All Eve]
Margaret Hilda Thatcher, Baroness Thatcher, LG OM PC FRS (née Roberts, 13 October 1925 – 8 April 2013), was the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from 1979 to 1990 and the Leader of the Conservative Party from 1975 to 1990. She was the longest-serving British Prime Minister of the 20th century and is the only woman to have held the office. A Soviet journalist dubbed her the "Iron Lady", a nickname that became associated with her uncompromising politics and leadership style. As Prime Minister, she implemented policies that have come to be known as Thatcherism.
DaVlad (IV) Alexander (X) Sigismund (IV) Augustus (IV) Louis (XX) Napoleon (IV) Maximilian (IV)
Adam Whales Eden
Born April 2nd, 1961.
Adam German Eden (King Louis XIX & Prince Rainier) Rainier III (Rainier Louis Henri Maxence Bertrand Grimaldi; 31 May 1923 – 6 April 2005) ruled the Principality of Monaco.
Maid Maryanne Whales (Margaret H. Thatcher) Margaret Hilda Thatcher, Baroness Thatcher, LG OM PC FRS (née Roberts, 13 October 1925 – 8 April 2013), was the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom and the Leader of the Conservative Party
Adam Wales Eden (Which really calculates as Adam-Arthur Eden)
Adam German Eden (Burgundy) s/o K Louis XVIII FR
Greta Garbo (Gretel Hamburg GER d/o K Kaiser Wilhelm II)
Maid Maryanne Wales
Daughter of King Arthur Whales (decendent K Henry VII Welsh: Harri Tudur of England)
Pr. Emma (Madam Bovary) Winston FR, d/o Sir Arthur Winston Churchill (Kt QE II), s/o Sir Arthur Winston Conan Doyle (Kt KE VII & is one & the same), ANC of K Henry VIII hence Sir Isaac Newton
Adam's Cloak
Guardian Angel (Founder w/ Community)
God's Victorious Army (Founder w/ Morris Cerrullo)
US Special Forces (Founder w/ John Kennedy Jr)
AA & A. A. & A A (Founding Spiritual Advisor)
Blessed by Pope Paul VI & Saint John XXIII
"‘I will make you a Great King, Everlasting; O’holym’."
Council to Saint John Paul II (Interim & Office)
Natural Resident of Eden
Natural Prince of UK
Creator of Monaco
Prince Hood: Samoa
Established France.
BA, Religious Studies (Culture, Tradition, Custom)
BS, Business Admin. (Management)
AA, Liberal Arts (Teaching)
AS, Small Business (Politics)
Minor, Theatre (San Diego State University)
AD, Casino Management
AD, Culinary Arts
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& 20 Ivy League schools, 7 college degrees, 1 book,
Est. Modern Bel Air, & the State of California.
Ridge-Runner, Masked Marauder, Legionnaire
Dark Flying Demigod Ghost King (FKBE awarded by DBE Lizzy).
Congressional Medal of Honor (valor), (DOJ Nixon Dec. ‘69’).
GBE Victorian Grand Cross (Victoria).
Queens' Privy Council Ambassador (SIS Elizabeth II).
Ambassador SIS : Specialist Officer SEA7
Truvail Story
Born Buckingham Palace 2/4/61 2:43a
Breaking titty from Mom by nursemaiding with Anne, to/Grace
With Grace (Hitlers Daughter)  to Canada/Hudson Bay
Bagged to and from US/UK & Bozo Show (trained to undercover)
Up & down Mississippi; return to Eden
Retrained as retarded counter agent (unfamiliar to Father fits undercover)
Dad loses identity; my hair dyed blondeTaken back for retraining UK/FR (work as executioner/helper)
Back to London; residence occupied, enemy assessment made
Back to Martha's Vineyard, NASA identification cover, back down the Mississippi (duplicate ride)
Sacked to US following placement in Canada
James Dean, Marilyn Monroe, Elvis, Howard Hughes (Round the world)
Hollywood Crash, Marilyn's OD, John Holmes
Charles Manson, El Diablo, Paul McArthur's Wife
Jimmy Hendricks, Jim Morrison (Ducking tax)
Outed traveling to & from; Gossip drives populous
Bet to Mexico; street life & christianity
Jumped border, jumped shopping basket kid; took unknown identity
Hawthorne NV, Fresno CA, Berkeley CA
Grade School - Fresno, High School - Berkeley (Albany)
Common jobs with common people; nowhere jobs (7+yrs)
San Diego Job Corps instead of Sarah NV; SDSU
Street to Hollywood w/college degrees
Presently kicking ass.
Cover Identities
 John/Pat Kennedy, Little Al Capone, Peter Cottontail, Karate Kid, P Albert Einstein, P Edward, P Jesse James Bond, P Peter, P Charles, Patrick the (Boomya) Premi Kennedy, King James, Howard Hughes III, Levitz, Jaynes' Baby, Bang Bang, Disney Kid, Frankee Sinatra Jr., Elvis, Grimee, Che-eese, Cheeto, Sonny, Richie, Hollywood Dave. Lucky Louis, Little Lion, Louis Leon, Louis Bxxm, Nino
Inter-National Security Agent credentials:
The Rage (6 & under/20+) : The Dead Kennedys' : Pablo Violencia
El Dorado dea Diablo : Corte a Spirale Venici (18 & under) : NY-911
mAD mARKS (y)(y*)-Y-Y-Y-Y(y)-X(y*)-Y-y(y*)-X(y*)(Y)(-Y)…
Accounts Receivable
Little rape rights all the way up & Ups.
SEA SIS DOJ SF @ 50mil units:
USx2 ($100,000,000)
UK (83,928,500 British Pounds)
CH (73,711,000 Swiss Franc).
Wages from James (Jolly) Rogers: $520K (int. incl.)
Bet from Bruce Dickenson: $1 million dollars (Marilyn getting fresh)
The spoken word for half of the liquid monetary value from these men:
Ron (Ross) Howard
Richard (Jolly) Branson - Net worth US $4.6 billion (2013)
Hammy (Hudson) Hamford
Bill (Ford) Gates - Net worth US $76-77 billion (average).
Demanded whatever the liquid currency amount is. The unspoken word of many more such as...
Steven (Benny) Spielberg Net worth $3.3 billion (2013)
Stephen A. Wynn Net worth $2.8 billion (March 2013)
George Lucas Net worth $7.3 billion (2014)
and many, many more stars, politicians, & business owners is my lean against you.
Positions of Leadership (such as)
French, 1st Chancellor; Great Empires, 2nd Chancellor; Imperial Empires (Samoa, I-affairs) 3rd Chancellor; Switzerlands, 4th Chancellor... etc...
Actual Earnings
Social Security Earnings Statement Total to date:
Wage Expenses Total to date:
County of Rapefare = $20-30K + Interest
San Diego Callage System = $30-35K + Interest
Balance: $100K – ($30K - $35K - (I)$35K) = (0)
Rough History
Dragoon CRO
DaVlad Alexander Sigismund Augustus Louis (Leopold Oscar Umbierto Ignacio Silcia; Venuci Etruscian) Napoleon Maximilian
a.k.a. MaximilianV NapoleonIX b.LouisXXI(X) AugustusXXXIII EdmundXXXVII AlexandarICVII DaVladCI...of Vlad I.
 To Mircea, Dan, Radu I, Nicolas Alexandar of Walachia, Basararab(Ali Babar Ra), Thocomerius/Tihomar/Timor The name of Basarab’s father is only known from a diploma issued by King Charles I of Hungary on 26 November 1332.[2] The diploma refers to ‘the schismatic Basarab, son of Thocomerius.’[2]
 The Hungarian László Rásonyi [LANCELOT RAISUNY] derives the name from a well-known Cuman and Tatar name, Toq-tämir (‘hardened steel’),[5] and refers to a Chingisid prince, Toktomer, mentioned in the Russian annals in 1295 as abiding in the Crimea.[2] According to the Hungarian István Vásáry, even if Basarab’s father bore a Turkic name, his person can by no means identified with a Chingisid prince, because being a descent of Genghis Khan was a matter of such significance that no one could, or would have wanted to conceal it.[2]
 Tihomir is also a Slavic name meaning "quiet peace".
 That's Khan (Con), like Cain or Cained, Wooop! Dark side.
 From David on [1000 BC] Saul ·
 Solomon ·
 Rehoboam ·
 Abijah ·
 Asa ·
 Jehoram ·
 Ahaziah ·
 Athaliah ·
 J(eh)oash ·
 Amaziah ·
 Uzziah/Azariah ·
 Jotham ·
 Ahaz ·
 Hezekiah ·
 Manasseh ·
 Amon ·
 Josiah ·
 Jehoahaz ·
 Jehoiakim ·
 Jeconiah/Jehoiachin ·
 Zedekiah - William F. Albright dates the reign of Zedekiah to 606 – 586 BC, while E. R. Thiele to 597 – 586 BC.[2] On that reckoning, he was born c. 618 BC, being twenty-one on becoming king.
 The prophet Jeremiah was his counselor, yet "he did evil in the sight of the Lord" (2 Kings 24:19-20; Jeremiah 52:2-3).
 [And this is where the 'GAME' begins unto the "conscounse light of life" or 'Pontius Pilot'.
 She'll tell, leave it... and many years later King David of Judahs blessing wells up within the springs of the blood; Da Vlad.]
 Shealtiel (Hebrew: שְׁאַלְתִּיאֵל, Shə’altî’ēl) or Greek-derived variant Salathiel (Greek: Σαλαθιηλ, Salăthiēl) was the son of Jeconiah, king of Judah. (1 Chronicles 3:17-18) The Gospels Matthew 1:12 also list Shealtiel as the son of Jeconiah, while Luke 3:27-28 lists him as the son of an otherwise unknown man named Neri. Jeconiah, Shealtiel as well as the most of the royal house and elite of Judah were exiled to Babylon by order of Nebuchadnezzar II of Babylon after the first siege of Jerusalem in 597 BC. During the Babylonian captivity, Shealtiel was regarded as the second Exilarch (or king-in-exile), following his father.[1]
In Hebrew, the name Shealtiel means, Shə’altî ’Ēl, "I asked El (for this child)". The name acknowledges that the son is an answer to the parents' prayer to God (El) to help them conceive and birth a child. Many Hebrew names similarly express the importance of, difficulty of, and thankfulness for a successful pregnancy.
Shealtiel is a significant but problematic member in the genealogies of the House of David and of the genealogy of Jesus. There is conflicting text in the Hebrew Bible as to whether Zerubbabel is the son of Shealtiel or of Shealtiel's brother Pedaiah. However, though both genealogies of Jesus list Zerubbabel as the son of Shealtiel, they differ as to Shealtiel's paternity with Matthew agreeing with 1 Chronicles that Jeconiah was Shealtiel's father, while Luke lists Shealtiel's father as an unknown man named Neri.
The author of the Deuterocanonical apocalyptic work 2 Esdras describes himself as "I, Salathiel, who am also called Ezra" (3:1). For this reason, the work is also sometimes known as Ezra Shealtiel. However, this Ezra is not the Shealtiel of the royal genealogies nor the priestly prophet Ezra, whose lineage is given in Book of Ezra 7:1-5 and in 2 Esdras 1:1 (Latin version), which agree that the prophet Ezra was the son of Seraiah, and a Levite.
 Next, is there a babble from Grimaldi Roar?
 Zerubbabel (Hebrew: זְרֻבָּבֶל, Modern Zrubbavel Tiberian Zərubbāḇél; Greek: Ζοροβαβέλ, Zorovavel; Latin: Zorobabel) was a governor of the Persian Province of Judah (Haggai 1:1) and the grandson of Jehoiachin, penultimate king of Judah.
 Zerubbabel from Guillaume Rouillé's Promptuarii Iconum Insigniorum.
 Then: Meshullam (Befriended) Meshullam was borne by eleven biblical characters, Prince of Judah; There are two biblical characters named Abihud, Matthew's Ancestry of Jesus - 11th ancestor from Jesus; & # 57 Rhesa, which takes us to the geneolgy of Jesus by Luke.
 The genealogy of Jesus is described in two passages of the Gospels: Luke 3:23–38[1] and Matthew 1:1–17.[2] Matthew's genealogy commences with Abraham and then from King David's son Solomon follows the legal line of the kings through Jeconiah, the king whose descendants were cursed, to Joseph, legal father of Jesus. Luke gives a different genealogy going back to Adam, through a minor son of David, Nathan and again to Joseph.
Both gospels state that Jesus was begotten not by Joseph, but by God, being "born", or entering Mary through a virgin birth. These lists are identical between Abraham and David, but they differ radically from that point onward.
 According to Luke:
 75.*Mary & Joseph
1985 -- Boys Republic, Chino Ca. (Dela Robia Wreaths)
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 Me & Ed's Pizza Cook Food Service
1988 - Records Incomplete
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 Manpower Temporary Services X-Mas Tree Lot Customer Service
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 Johnny Quik Night Clerk Customer Service
 Home Club Runner Labor
1991 - Job Corps
1992 San Diego CA Marriott Education Services Cook Food Service
 Denny's Cook Food Service
 Burger King Cook Food Service
 Denny's Cook Food Service
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 7-11 Stores Clerk Customer Service
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 SDSU Student (graduated)
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Volunteer Experience
 SD Symphony
 SD Padres
 SD Repertory Theatre
 SD Zoo
 SD Police Department
 City of San Diego
 SDSU Theatre Department
 Salvation Army
 World Wildlife Fund
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So My 4 Kings order of Golden Fleece becomes Regal Dragon: King Adam Eden-Louis XIX (fF), King Arthur Tudor-Henry VII of England-Whales (mF), King Kaiser Hamburg Wilhelm II (fM), & King Henry VIII of England (mM).

Not since the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand the Sadist (1914) by King Houser (Khaiser) has there been a Trueblood line; and with the advent  of My Mothers death (Maid Margaret: April 8, 2013), and My Fathers passing (P. Rainier: April 6, 2005)… I am alone with My Fathers Godly Blessing.

Unless… Henry VIII of England did disappear as Sir Isaac Newton & Duke Franz Ferdinand folded in as his true self; Adam Eden, the result would be the same. Last in the line of Eden, first in the Royal line.
19 hours ago - Via Google+ - View - Sankalp Chitale : Excerpts worth reading “Any real body must have extension in four directions: it must have length, breadth...
Excerpts worth reading
“Any real
body must have extension in four directions: it must have length, breadth,
thickness, and –Duration.” The Time
Machine (H.G Wells) Pg. 2   “There is
no difference between Time and any of the three dimensions of space except that
our consciousness ...
Excerpts worth reading
“Any real body must have extension in four directions: it must have length, breadth, thickness, and –Duration.” The Time Machine (H.G Wells) Pg. 2   “There is no difference between Time and any of the three dimension...
1 day ago - Via Blogger - View - Albany Business Review : THE FUTURE! Fire up the time machine and set it to 2025. Trip courtesy of GE Appliances:
THE FUTURE! Fire up the time machine and set it to 2025. 

Trip courtesy of GE Appliances:
Innovation Elixir: What our kitchens, bathrooms and bedrooms may look like in a decade - Albany Business Review
We know that technology is changing everything around us, but do you wonder what that might look like in reality in your kitchen, bathroom and bedroom a decade from now? GE is giving us a glimpse.
1 day ago - Via Google+ - View - Paul Lee : Today I found out: The "War of the Worlds" Mass Panic That Never Really Happened Orson_welles-340x423On...
Today I found out:

The "War of the Worlds" Mass Panic That Never Really Happened
Orson_welles-340x423On October 30, 1938, from the Mercury Theater in New York City, Orson Welles broadcasted a “modernized” radio play of H.G. Wells’ (no relation) 1898 novel “War of the Worlds.” For the last three quarters of the century, we’ve been told that this fictionalized CBS broadcast sent Americans into a panic; that citizens across the country did not realize that this was  science-fiction (despite the fact that it was explicitly stated at the beginning and twice during the broadcast) and thought the USA was under attack from an invading Martian army.  Littered with realistic simulated news reports and “eyewitness accounts,” the hour long broadcast was innovative and an extremely entertaining way to present the story.

But the thing is, no such nation-wide panic actually occurred. While there were certainly many exceptions, documented evidence indicates most who listened did know it was a dramatization and were completely aware that New Jersey was not being destroyed by visitors from space. Further, as you’ll soon see, the broadcast didn’t have very good ratings when it first aired; so even if everyone who listened had thought it was real, it wouldn’t have resulted in the level of mass hysteria commonly spoken of since.

War of the Worlds first appeared in magazines, simultaneously, in the UK and US in 1897. It was published as a book in 1898 and is considered one of the most influential pieces of science-fiction ever written. The Englishmen H.G. (Herbert George) Wells was already quite a famous author by the time he got to Martians attacking Earth. In 1895, he published The Time Machine (as well as popularizing the term), The Island of Dr. Moreau in 1896, and The Invisible Man in 1897 (directly before War of Worlds), securing his position at the time as the world’s best, if not truly the first, science-fiction writer. After War of the Worlds, he went on to write several more books, including the non-fiction best-selling three-volume Outline of History.

As you might have guessed from all this, H.G. Wells was quite a well-known writer in 1938 and his novels, including War of the Worlds, were widely read on both continents. So, when Orson adapted the novel in 1938, there was nothing particularly new about the story itself. The differences came from the medium and structure of the story-telling. While the 1938 version told the story of the destruction of New Jersey, the 1898 original takes place in England, or more specifically, in Surrey and London. Another significant difference between the two works is that H.G.’s version is told through the eyes of an unnamed protagonist and his brother. Orson’s is told through staged news broadcasts and reports.  For instance,

"Ladies and gentlemen, I have a grave announcement to make. Incredible as it may seem, both the observations of science and the evidence of our eyes lead to the inescapable assumption that those strange beings who landed in the Jersey farmlands tonight are the vanguard of an invading army from the planet Mars."

As for the number of listeners, as Orson stepped to the microphone in the evening of the day before Halloween in 1938, there were already several well-known factors that potentially were going to affect the number of people who were actually going to tune in to the broadcast that evening. For one, the very popular Chase and Sanborn Hour, a comedy variety show hosted by the ventriloquist Edgar Bergin, was airing at the exact same time on a competing radio station, NBC. Additionally, several major CBS affiliates (including in Boston) preempted the broadcast for local commercial programing.

Further, as the program progressed, the C.E. Hopper Company called approximately five thousand households to ask the question, “To what program are you listening?” C.E. Hopper was an American company that measured radio ratings for the major networks to see how much they could charge for advertising during a particular program, much like Nielsen ratings today for television (in fact, A.C. Nielsen bought C.E. Hopper in 1950). It turns out, only two percent answered something in reference to War of the Worlds on CBS. None of these people spoke of any “news broadcast” or “special bulletin about aliens” either. So besides very few listening in, it would seem those who were all knew it was just a story, which perhaps shouldn’t be a surprise considering it was announced at the beginning and twice during the broadcast.

So, how did the “The radio broadcast of War of the Worlds created mass hysteria” myth get perpetuated? In short, the media. Newspaper headlines across the country gave the impression that panic gripped the nation: “Radio Fake Scares Nation,” read the Chicago Herald and Examiner; “Fake Radio War Stirs Terror Through US,” was reported in the New York Daily News (accompanied with a picture of a frightened man and a woman with an arm sling whose caption read “war” victim.); “Terror by Radio,” could be found in a New York Times editorial.

The newspaper industry had quite a bone to pick with the new medium of radio. As W. Joseph Campbell of American University wrote in the BBC News magazine in 2011 (for the 73rd anniversary of the broadcast), “…the so-called ‘panic broadcast’ brought newspapers an exceptional opportunity to censure radio, a still-new medium that was becoming a serious competitor in providing news and advertising.”

That same New York Times editorial with the inflammatory headline had this to say about its new competitor, “Radio is new but it has adult responsibilities. It has not mastered itself or the material it uses.”

Additionally, the newspapers also wanted to sell papers and what better way to do that than using words like “terror” or “panic” or “war.” Using anecdotal and scattered stories, they made it seem like many citizens were ready to bear arms against the alien invaders, but in truth those stories were either very few and far between or in some cases completely made up. According to law enforcement and hospital documentation from the night in question, there were no reports of people taking to the streets with guns, no one taken to the hospital on the account of the radio broadcast, and no known person committing suicide as a result of the broadcast.

The only noticeable effect was that law enforcement saw a spike in calls in the New Jersey area particularly (the site of the supposed attack) on the evening in question, with most simply asking whether the broadcast was a hoax and calling to find out more information. As David Miller points out in his textbook  Introduction to Collective Behavior,

"Some callers requested information… Some people called to find out where they could go to donate blood. Some callers were simply angry that such a realistic show was allowed on the air, while others called CBS to congratulate Mercury Theater for the exciting Halloween program."

But in the end, there was no massive panic and the spike in calls to the police is one of the few bits of evidence we have that at least a small percentage of the listeners had concerns or complaints over the broadcast. Quite simply, newspapers created the “panic” after the fact (including U.S. newspapers writing nearly 13,000 articles on it over the next month), the public swallowed up the newspaper’s reports, and radio and CBS particularly were happy to embrace the claims  as a demonstration of the power of the new medium, which was good for advertising dollars and ratings.

Orson Welles himself believed there had been a mass-panic, rather than simply as it was- a small percentage of the small percentage of the U.S. population listening in believing it was real for a little while despite that during the broadcast it was stated that it wasn’t. The myth of the nation-wide panic has perpetuated itself ever since.

As to the motivation behind presenting the story as real, Orson Welles had this very pertinent thing to say (considering the misinformation the newspapers would spread about the broadcast),

"We were fed up with the way in which everything that came over this new magic box, the radio, was being swallowed. People you know do suspect what they read in the newspapers and what people tell them, but when the radio came, and I suppose now television, anything that came through that new machine was believed.  So in a way our broadcast was an assault on the credibility of that machine.  We wanted people to understand that they shouldn’t take any opinion predigested, and they shouldn’t swallow everything that came through the tap whether it was radio or not.  But as I say it was only a partial experiment, we had no idea the extent of the thing…"

Bonus Fact:

Thanks to the complaints to the police, during the broadcast the police showed up at the radio station quite upset about what Orson and crew were doing, though they weren’t actually breaking any laws so nothing came of it.
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The Doctor searches the body, finding a wallet full of shiny, freshly minted coins, all dated the same year. They also spot a casket-shaped pod nearby, which the Doctor finds familiar. Before he can identify it further, shots ring out: the white-suited men have found them again. They run once more through the countryside, avoiding their pursuers and reaching a village, which Sarah recognizes as Devesham, which lies about a mile from a Space Defence Station. The village, however, is deathly quiet, and seems unpopulated. The Doctor decides to try the local pub, the Fleur-de-Lys, but it is also empty, and the Doctor finds the same freshly minted coins in the register. Sarah then spots the white suits coming down the street, accompanied by the "dead" soldier. A Ford Transit pick-up truck arrives, carrying what seem to be villagers, all in a trance-like state. They are helped off the vehicle by the white suits, and distribute themselves around the village. Mr Morgan, the landlord of the pub, enters it along with several other people while Sarah and the Doctor hide in the store room. The villagers take their seats silently, waiting motionless until the clock strikes eight, when they suddenly come to life, acting normally.
The Doctor intends to get to the Space Defense Station and contact UNIT. He leaves, telling Sarah to meet him at the TARDIS if anything goes wrong. However, the "dead" soldier finds her in the store room and questions her. Morgan suggests that Sarah might be part of "the test". But when Sarah asks what test, he tells Sarah that she should go.
Outside, Sarah hides behind the lorry, observing one of the white suits turn around. Behind the opaque visor is nothing but a slab of plastic and electronics. Sarah runs for the woods, reaching the TARDIS. She spots a similar pod just next to the time machine and goes to examine it, leaving the TARDIS key in the lock. Suddenly, the TARDIS dematerializes without her, and as Sarah is still trying to understand why, a hand reaches out from the pod. Startled, Sarah sees a man lying inside, but when she goes closer, he grabs her around the throat. She breaks free and runs. At the Defense Station, the Doctor asks a soldier on guard where the command officer is, but the soldier just stares ahead, unresponsive. Also inside the building, Senior Defense Astronaut Guy Crayford is addressed by a disembodied voice. The voice, named Styggron, tells him that there is a random "unit" within the complex and orders him to check. The Doctor enters an office marked with Brigadier Lethbridge-Stewart's name, but it is empty. Crayford enters, and points a gun at him. The Doctor introduces himself as UNIT's scientific advisor. Crayford has heard of him, but as the Brigadier is in Geneva, and Colonel Faraday is in command, there is no one to confirm the Doctor's identity; he could be an impostor. Before Crayford can have the Doctor taken to detention, the Doctor flips the desk over and runs. However, despite making it outside, he is recaptured. Sarah sees this and sneaks into the building, going to the Doctor's cell and unlocks the door, unaware that from behind a wall a stony alien face is observing them. Styggron contacts Crayford again, complaining about a second random unit. Crayford identifies the random units as the Doctor and Sarah. At that moment, the alarm sounds indicating the Doctor's escape. Crayford sends his UNIT soldiers to stop them. Hiding in a storage cupboard, the Doctor tells Sarah about Crayford. She replies that it is impossible: Crayford was in deep space while testing the XK-5 Space Raider when it vanished, presumed destroyed. The Doctor and Sarah venture out to find Benton standing in the reception area, who points a pistol at them. Styggron wants the Doctor captured alive. When Crayford cancels the kill order, Benton becomes dizzy, giving the Doctor and Sarah a chance to run away. Crayford orders Harry Sullivan to cordon off the perimeter road. The two decide to return to the village and warn London, while being pursued by tracker dogs. Sarah twists her ankle while running through the woods, and this slows her down. The Doctor hides Sarah in a tree, taking her scarf to draw the dogs away. He then hides in a stream, the dogs losing his trail. Unfortunately, when the soldiers turn back, they spot Sarah, and they capture her. Styggron tells Crayford to locate, but not seize, the Doctor. He has other plans for him. Meanwhile, in an alien-looking room, Sarah is strapped down to a table. Harry tells her it is no use to struggle, and under Styggron's order, commences the scan. In the village, the Doctor finds that the telephones are not working. He meets Morgan, who tells him the lines are down after a gale. Styggron speaks to another of his kind, Chedaki, who feels that the time for experiments is over, but Styggron insists they must confirm that their techniques are flawless if they are to conquer worlds other than Earth. Styggron contacts Crayford and tells him to commence the final test.
In the pub, the Doctor finds more oddities: an unused dart board, plastic horse brass on the wall, and a tear-off calendar with only one date on every page - Friday, July 6. The telephone rings, and the call is for the Doctor. It is Sarah, who tells the Doctor that she was captured but managed to escape. She asks the Doctor to meet her by the Village shop and to be careful of the robots. He hangs up the call, then finds that the telephone has stopped working again. The Doctor meets Sarah, who explains how she escaped. The Doctor remarks on the providence of her finding the only telephone in the village that worked, and he believes they are being tested to find out how smart they are. He decides to take Sarah to the TARDIS and use the radio there. However, the TARDIS is gone. The Doctor is puzzled: the ship is not programmed to auto-operate, unless... he asks Sarah for her TARDIS key, and when she claims she has lost it, the Doctor tells her she never had it. When Sarah put the key in the lock, she released the TARDIS's pause control and it continued its journey to Earth. This is not Earth, this is not a real forest, and she is not the real Sarah. Moreover, the real Sarah wasn't wearing a scarf, which the Doctor took off to draw the dogs away. The Doctor grabs the duplicate by the shoulders and demands to know where Sarah is. The duplicate pulls free but falls to the ground, her face popping open and revealing the electronics underneath. The android Sarah rises to its feet and starts to fire its pistol at the Doctor's retreating form. Chedaki tells Styggron that it was a foolish experiment. The Doctor could undo their plans. Styggron dismisses this; both the village and the Doctor will be destroyed by a matter-dissolving bomb. The real Sarah is being kept alive so Styggron can test the virus he intends to use to cleanse the Earth of human life. All the while, Sarah is feigning unconsciousness and listening. When the coast is clear, she gets up and sneaks away. The Doctor watches the pick-up drive into the village and evacuate the androids to the Kraal base. The Doctor is grabbed from behind by Styggron, who gets two white suits to tie up the Doctor while the Kraal places the bomb at the Doctor's feet. Luckily, Sarah has also made it back to the village, and she uses the Doctor's sonic screwdriver to cut his bonds. With seconds to spare, they run into the base and shut the door, as the village dissolves into a wasteland. However, the two are surrounded by androids who escort them to a cell. The Doctor tells Sarah that he should have realized — the radiation levels he picked up when they landed were those of Oseidon, the Kraal planet. The levels are increasing and the planet will soon be uninhabitable, which is why the Kraals are invading Earth. The duplicated village and their androids were a training ground. Crayford enters the cell and tells the Doctor that it is all for the best. Soon, the Kraals will send his ship back by space-time warp so he can make a normal landing. He has recently established radio contact with Earth and fed them a story of how his ship was trapped in an orbit around Jupiter and how he survived by rationing his supplies and recycling his water. The world's attention focused on his landing, the space shells containing the androids will be taken for meteorites, and the androids will emerge and pave the way for the main invasion fleet. He is helping the Kraals because while Earth left him for dead, the Kralls rescued his ship and reconstructed his body. The Kraals only want to survive and have promised him no humans will be harmed as long as they obey. Styggron gets "Harry" to place a drop of the virus in a jug of water to be taken to the cell. Meanwhile, although the sonic screwdriver is useless on the door, the Doctor has managed to remove a floor plate, intending to use the wiring below to electrocute their android guard. "Harry" enters to bring the water and to take the Doctor away. Before he goes, he tells Sarah not to waste the water and mentions that it is very good electrolyte.
The Doctor is strapped down to the Kraal analysis table which will copy all his knowledge and experience. Despite what Styggron has told Crayford, he reveals that does intend genocide. Earth's resources are too limited to be wasted on an "inferior species". The virus, distributed by androids, will wipe the Earth clean in three weeks, then burn itself out. Styggron will then signal the invasion fleet. Styggron leaves the machine to do its work, and when it is finished, the stimulation will make the Doctor's head explode. Sarah rigs the wiring beneath the cell floor, then sets a small fire to lure the android guard in. He steps in the puddle of water and is electrocuted when Sarah applies the power cable. She makes her way to the Doctor and turns off the scan. She helps the disorientated Time Lord out of the base, heading for Crayford's rocket before it takes off. The rocket is launched, and the G-forces start to crush them. Sarah blacks out but is awakened by the Doctor. He tells her that that was nothing; there is a more dangerous ride ahead. Before the rocket lands, the pods will be ejected, and the Doctor and Sarah will ride two of them to Earth to warn the real Defense Station, although he cannot guarantee they will survive the trip down. As they talk, neither notices a nearby pod open slightly to reveal an android Doctor. On Earth, Matthews at the Defense Station's scanner room picks up Crayford's rocket. Grierson, the man in charge, informs Colonel Faraday. Meanwhile, having found the TARDIS in the woods near Devesham, Benton and Harry have been searching for the Doctor and Sarah, but to no avail. Benton is worried, as he has never known the Doctor to leave the TARDIS key in its lock. Faraday welcomes Crayford home on the radio, but the signal is broken up by the "meteor shower" of pods which, unusually, slow down as they enter the atmosphere. Some of the pods land in a nearby field, and one opens up to reveal the Doctor. However, he is unable to find Sarah. Sarah, having landed elsewhere, finds the TARDIS in the woods. As she looks around, the Doctor taps her on the shoulder. However, this Doctor is an android, and behind it a pod opens to disgorge another Sarah replica. The real Sarah runs for it. The XK-5 re-establishes contact and comes in for a landing. Harry and Faraday head for the rocket, not knowing that Styggron is there with Crayford. The real Doctor enters the Station and recognizes the "dead" soldier. Showing him a pass, the Doctor tells the soldier that if he sees the Doctor again today he is to report it to him immediately. The Doctor goes to the scanner room, leaving the soldier puzzled. When Benton tells him where Harry and Faraday are, the Doctor contacts them on the radio and urges them not to enter the rocket. He will meet them at the lift. While the Doctor gives Grierson some instructions for modifying the radar dish, an android Matthews has incapacitated Benton and introduced an android replacement. Grierson says that if the Doctor points the dishes down here, it will jam every piece of electronic equipment for miles. Faraday returns to the scanner room, demanding an explanation. The Doctor tells them about the Kraal invasion. However, the Doctor is too late: Harry and Faraday have been replaced, and the android Doctor is pointing a gun at him. He slams the door in the android's face and leaps through a window. Outside, he meets Sarah. The Doctor tells Sarah their only chance is to stop the androids before they take over the complex. He runs back toward the scanner room, bluffing his way past "Benton" by posing as his duplicate. Sarah climbs up the rocket towards the real Harry and Styggron.
Grierson finishes his modifications but is shot in the shoulder by the android Doctor before he can turn on the power. The android is about to shoot the original when Crayford enters, saying that Styggron promised no killing. The "Doctor" calls him a fool and tells him about the virus. Crayford cannot believe this, but the real Doctor tells him that his rocket was actually hijacked by the Kraal, and they did not reconstruct him but merely brainwashed him. Realizing the truth, Crayford rushes out, distracting the android long enough for the Doctor to make his move. In the struggle, the Doctor manages to activate the power to the radar, jamming all the androids in mid-step. In the rocket, Sarah unties Harry and Faraday. Styggron enters, holding a ray gun on them, but Crayford appears and attacks him. The two grapple, and Styggron shoots Crayford. The Doctor makes his own entrance, punching the Kraal, who falls on the vial of virus, cracking it open. Styggron shoots the Doctor before he dies. Sarah is horrified, but the real Doctor shows up — he had programmed his duplicate to distract Styggron. As proof, the android disintegrates into its component parts. Sarah and the Doctor make their way back to the TARDIS. Sarah says she is going to take a taxi home, but when the Doctor offers to take her home instead, she smiles, "How can I refuse?" The two enter the ship and it vanishes.

The Android Invasion was the fourth story of Season 13 of Doctor Who. This story marks the last appearances of John Levene (RSM Benton) and Ian Marter (Harry Sullivan) in the series. The characters were mentioned (but did not appear) in Mawdryn Undead (1983). Harry was said to be working with NATO and doing something "hush-hush at Porton Down"; he is later said, in "Death of the Doctor" to have saved many lives and implied to be deceased. Benton was said to have left the army and become a used car salesman; Levene returned to the role in direct-to-video movies of uncertain canonicity. This story also marks the first appearance of The Doctor's grey coat, with its black elbow patches. This version of his costume would alternate with others for the next couple of seasons. The Doctor compares the Fleur de Lis pub to the Mary Celeste, the abandonment of which was depicted in The Chase.

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