My boss just told me he has a meeting with the 'elites' - later admits to me it's the Free Masons. All conspiracy aside - what do they provide?

Take this with a grain of salt. I'm a paranoid schizophrenic.

I took a temporary position through a temp agency, and the position was in the Grand Lodge (think headquarters for the state). I typed up library cards from their card catalog into an excel spreadsheet. So far so good.

I showed up in a blue shirt and black pants. I walked into the building and knocked on the door of the library. "Oh, we don't do that here." Unbeknownst to me, I was wearing a version of a masonic uniform and they mistook me for a mason.

Well, I took lunch in the employee lounge in the basement, and then it started. These people were talking about me without ever actually saying my name. It was a code kind of. I picked up on it pretty quickly and just played dumb.

This went on for a while. Then, one of the employees started hitting on me. Things got weird, and I took off, like ran away. Oddly enough, while trying to run, two cars blocked me in on the highway. I figured it was Masons, but I don't know for sure. How they knew I was running is another thing. I think that some of them are psychic.

Anyways, I run off to New Jersey and meet a whole lot of Masons there. They don't identify themselves but it's pretty clear that's what's going on. I eventually wind up in the hospital and my parents come get me.

On my way home with my parents (we were driving in my car), that's when I started to notice the personalized license plates. They were sending messages to me through those license plates.

For a while, once I got back, I'd be able to ask a question in my car out loud, and the answer would show up on a personalized license plate. This happened several times to the point that I think it's statistically significant. They have pretty much stopped now so I don't know what to make of it.

One thing I'll say is that I asked, "Why are you following me? What do you want?" Their answer: "JUSTCUZ"

So...take all of this with a grain of salt. I've been declared crazy by some doctors, but what I said is what I saw and had happen to me.

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