Thomas Harris, doesn’t like medicine. For some reason, he is unaware, of the many-faceted functions and roles of medicine, and has written for us, the famed novels, “Hannibal”, “Red Dragon”, “Silence of the Lambs”, and “Hannibal Rising”. The characters are broadly mislaid, assuming each to be a serial killer or murderer or gender-deformed, when this is actually a heterosexual male’s job, to be in medicine, and while there are women, they rarely match the masters of the art (and Harris has helpfully misnamed them in role, placement, origin, and method, while including methods on killing them, or mislaying them, or the most vicious rumors possible about them).
A spy, is someone who seems distraught and pained young, actually having a quite easy time. As they get older, they have a rite of passage, where they select their service, in a particular way, by going on a near death mission, age 17-40, to claim a “stake”, for the organization that has touched them. They work, based on the individual passing them the rite of challenge, not whomever has been alerted, and have to “see” someone, based often upon a claim, however more often of the actual field network work deployed in their way.
Let’s look at the ranks of spies.
Ray Liotta (Department of Justice): They studied a spy’s real life manual, and now monitor the cops and doctors and everyone else. This is anyone from a politician, to a state finance investigator, to a social worker.
Dr. Chilton (Psychiatric Hospital Dean): They became a priest, so horrified at smashing someone, that they got all the sex in the world, and now can’t stand the sight of breasts (regardless of gender). This is a clergy, male only, women use this book as literal shape, if they’re a clergy, and are regarded as mood disorders, and often the target of ‘minor preps’, joint organization roles, with all of your medical workers becoming predatory.
Hannibal Lecter (Doctor, MD): They cheated, to win, and were never in any harm’s way, except for being tested to see if they actually cheated, and being threatened with execution in the woods by cops, unaware. Even a dentist, internal medicine expert, surgeon, pediatrician, or therapist, is Hannibal Lecter.
Will Graham (Cop or Federal Agent/Worker): They busted someone, by agreeing to a crazy ploy, when offered, instead of refusing, the proper spy’s rite of passage to refuse. They now hire a returned income, on themselves, for their property, their life (they hire lawyers for you, the state government, or perhaps yourself, another cop). This is anyone from a postal office worker, to a high level government spy, like a solicitor general, and is often female, but more often male (you have to go into drill practice for this, then smoke marijuana while studying military records and enemy agent profiles, hence most female agents die in the field of study).
Buffalo Bill (The Field Agent): They refused to such painful agony, that they made a major world preview/premier, and stole an entire class of spy, for their home unit. (Bickford Schmeckler’s Cool Ideas, Stole IRA state police hitman for MI-6, as Friedrich Engels, Karl Marx’s media publisher – Dave Charlebois’s work, Yours Truly). This is a field espionage agent, they refuse to cheat the rite of passage, hence use a home agency technique, always supporting an alliance with their own country. During a major war, especially if it’s an attack against their own country, this one is everywhere, all the time, and is hyper-masculine, even if trans-modified, the term used for an enemy agent killing them, anywhere on this medicine chart, above or below.
Bat Boy (The Killer): Someone mistook them for a spy (a Marine recruiter was asked, as a joke, by someone else), and they survived ‘field testing’ (they skull pounded someone else, by skull pounding themselves as begging, and now, can’t remember it), and now function as a hired ‘hitman’, a mercenary contractor (they’re in charge of the other spies). This is some poor mook whose predator you have to spot, by figuring out who ordered the military jump on them, to get them beat up, and create Bat Boy, the Red Dragon, in the first place, just so he doesn’t put a round into you later (you might get to cut a deal, he’s a domestic spy agent).
Mason Verger (The Rich Kid): He sued, the entire department, and made a lot of money, and now works ‘the under structure’, a network of suppliers and retailers, that work in a spy’s town, or alternately, gets an assignment, to make a new one. Something’s wrong with Mason Verger, he’s on a ton of drugs, and has a lot of money, and gives some sign, that he’s a pilot in a fighter jet, or a helicopter tail gunner, an impossible role the latter. (He had a big party, and he’s hunting why “the cops”, his own father, came home to the mansion).
Clarice Starling (The Wife): She doesn’t know why she’s in the novel, so she uses her own, and if she can find something patently offensive to the spy, she can marry them. It’s always a pair of terms of identity, and you have to be into it, but you also have to be offended at your role, not hers. If she can figure out the offensive role, you know you have a match, and once it returns, you’re out. It’s a rape lawsuit, if you forgot the offensive role. You’re in medicine, be a big boy. Women have professions too. It’s called writers.