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5/XXXX LEVEL 5/XXXX
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Item #: SCP-XXXX
Neutralized

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Special Containment Procedures

SCP-XXXX has been stripped of its Explained designation and has been reclassified as Neutralized following the events which occurred between 06/23/2025 and --/--/--. For further information on this reclassification, see Addendums 1 through 5.

As of 01/10/2032, all digitally published images, videos, documents, and other media created by civilians concerning SCP-XXXX have been removed and replaced with doctored media obscuring the presence of the anomaly. Ongoing containment methods include a disinformation campaign enacted by Foundation agents to discredit all original civilian sources and to disseminate the cover story of a "previously unstable and dissipating black hole." All civilians who had interacted with SCP-XXXX prior to its neutralization1 are to be interviewed and subsequently administered Class C amnestics.

Description

WhiteHole

Enhanced images of SCP-XXXX from the Event Horizon Telescope.

SCP-XXXX was the designation given to a white hole3 originally observed during investigations into the Boötes void4. SCP-XXXX was capable of ejecting anti-spacetime5 at a currently immeasurable rate. Observations of SCP-XXXX's effects on nearby planetary bodies and galaxies have allowed researchers to estimate its mass at approximately 1.989 x 1031 kilograms, with measurements of its radius averaging at nearly 15 kilometers.

How SCP-XXXX operated within our reality has become a primary research focus, as the current understanding of thermodynamic laws do not allow similar astronomical objects to exist. Past observations have theorized SCP-XXXX possessing olf values6. SCP-XXXX's olf value remains unknown; however, it had been estimated at approximately 1.24.

On 06/23/2025, SCP-XXXX's radiation signature was detected in a series of black holes between its initial observation site and the Earth. At any one point in time, SCP-XXXX's signature was detected at only one location. Based on the black holes that emitted SCP-XXXX's signature during this timeframe, Foundation researchers were able to infer that the anomaly was approaching the Earth at an accelerating rate.

On --/--/----, SCP-XXXX's signature was observed in the closest black hole (find name) and began moving towards the Earth at a speed of before disappearing.


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Addendum XXXX-1 (Archived)

Six months after the initial discovery of SCP-XXXX, assigned observational teams, directed by both Dr. Devin Collins and Dr. Everett Pryor, ascertained crucial information concerning the anomaly's projected trajectory and relative threat to humanity. An interview with members of the O5 Council was later requested, but denied due to the extremity of the inquiry. Another interview was granted and directed by an O5 Representative in order to inform the Council about SCP-XXXX's current status, as well as determining future methods of containment.

On 06/23/2025, Foundation satellites recorded seven separate instances of electromagnetic patterns within a 24 hour period emanating from SCP-XXXX. Further investigation into these instances revealed that these patterns were encrypted communication channels.

Artificial intelligence programs were successful in decrypting these patterns after a period of 7 months. This decryption was translated into a possible message, which can be found below.

Investigations are ongoing in order to ascertain the motivations and goals of SCP-XXXX, as it currently remains unknown why Earth has been targeted. All long-distance communication attempts have been unsuccessful. Continued observations have been advised until Foundation personnel can determine SCP-XXXX's current location.

Addendum XXXX-2 (Archived)

On 03/29/2027, Foundation personnel were informed of several instances within our solar system exhibiting unusual or anomalous behavior. Recent observations from the Event Horizon Telescope have determined possible anomalous fluctuations in spacetime near the Termination Shock7. Recent reports suggest that these fluctuations, while minimal, may have affected aspects of our solar system. A detailed document concerning these reports, as well as how these observations pertain to SCP-XXXX, have been added below.

So far, the reader hasn't been latched onto anything that would cause them to necessarily care about the anomaly. So, we escalate the situation by hinting towards potentially detrimental shifts in our outer solar-system, which can be attributed to the whiteholes gravitational force. This will also show the reader that the anomaly is way too close. Earth should begin to panic right about now.

Following this document's publication, Foundation researcher Tim Carney was authorized to continue investigations towards a probable source for this disturbance. After a period of three months, Carney requested access to four separate Foundation satellites to experiment and record possible influxes within our reality. Carney also requested the authorization to attempt communication with SCP-XXXX after a series of reports and observations concluded that the anomaly was the source of this disturbance.

Communication is much, much faster now that the anomaly is closer. The reader and characters begin to learn more about the anomaly. We learn that its broken and abandoned, and that their targets are definitely us. They also believe that we can free them, while simultaneously offering us redemption and freedom as incentive to help them. We could also hint towards the possibility that they overthrew their God, or perhaps their God somehow died or vanished. We can also end the communication logs by saying that the only way we can help them is if we (our universe) also dies, which could play into entropy?

Due to these complications, the O5 rushes MAMBA, to which we can include emails between the Collins research team and the engineers practically saying like, they're done with a deep-space rocket that's capable of making a wormhole big enough to move the anomaly, but it's not entirely safe or 100% effective. (Perhaps maybe a reference to the LANCER program here). During this time, Collins is assigned a crew - pilot Max Milner, technician Victor Gastaldi, and doctor Kyle McKay.

With no other options, Collins and the team is sent into outer space. They take some time to reach it, but eventually reach the SCP. They begin attempting to neutralize the anomaly, but they are sucked into the anomaly as they both fall into the wormhole. However, it temporarily appears to have worked.

After Protocol-AFTERFALL's development, O5 Representative Carla Manx was instructed to direct another interview with Lead Researcher Doctor Devin Collins, which has been attached below. <Rework>

We end it after another meeting between Pryor and Manx, who are frantically trying to figure out what to do. Pryor demands to execute Protocol AFTERFALL, but Manx seems to be against it. We learn more about the anomaly's location, as well as a "probable" solution for neutralizing it.

Addendum XXXX-3 (Archived)

Addendum XXXX-4 (Archived)

Addendum XXXX-5


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