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Secure. Contain. Protect.
The SCP Foundation's unofficial motto.
Mankind must not go back to hiding in fear. No one else will protect us, and we must stand up for ourselves. While the rest of mankind dwells in the light, we must stand in the darkness to fight it, contain it, and shield it from the eyes of the public, so that others may live in a sane and normal world.
The Administrator.
Yesterday, I watched the world nearly die in a thousand thousand terrible ways. Sometimes we would have had time to scream. Today, I'm alive to write about it. You want happy endings? Fuck you. You're alive to read it. God help us all. Secure. Contain. Protect.
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The Secure Containment Procedures Foundation, commonly abbreviated SCP Foundation, is the an organization dedicated to containing anything they deem anomalous.

Overview

The SCP Foundation is responsible for locating and containing individuals, entities, locations, and objects that violate natural law. On the SCP Foundation wiki, the majority of works consist of "special containment procedures": structured internal documentation that describes an SCP object and the means of keeping it contained. The existence of SCPs is withheld from the public to prevent mass panic and to allow human civilization to function normally. When an SCP is discovered, the SCP Foundation deploys agents either to collect and transport the SCP to a Foundation facility, or to contain it at its location of discovery if transport is not possible. If an SCP is too widespread, elusive, or otherwise inaccessible, containment consists of suppressing all knowledge of the SCP from the public. Once SCPs are contained, they are studied by Foundation scientists. Test subjects acquired by the Foundation (referred to as D-class) are used to interact with dangerous SCPs due to the danger posed by those SCPs and the expendability of the D-class.

The SCP Foundation maintains documentation for all of the SCPs in its custody, which can include or link to related reports and files. These documents describe the SCPs and include instructions for keeping them safely contained.

Description

Hierarchy

  • The Administrator
  • O5 Council/Ethics Commitee
  • Site Directors - Directors of specific sites.
  • Mobile Task Forces - Units of personnel mobilized to deal with specific threats.
  • Researchers
  • Containment Specialists
  • Security Personnel
  • Field Agents
  • Recovery Teams
  • D-Class - Lowest class in the Foundation, used as meat dummies for SCP experimentation.

Object Classes

Despite the term "Safe" being an object class, these labels aren't used to describe how dangerous the SCP is, rather how difficult they are to contain.

  • Safe - SCPs that require almost no effort to contain.
  • Euclid - SCPs that requires a manageable amount of resources to cotain, used for all sentient SCPs.
  • Keter - SCPs that require a high amount of resources to contain.
  • Thaumiel - SCPs used to contain other SCPs
  • Archon - SCPs that the Foundation consider too dangerous to be contained.
  • Apollyon - SCPs that are impossible to contain.
  • Neutralized - SCPs that are no longer anomalous.
  • Explained - SCPs that were never anomalous in the first place, and so have be declassified.
  • Decommissioned - SCPs that were terminated by the Foundation.

SCP-001

Who or what SCP-001 is a label for is unknown to most personnel within the Foundation. Various doctors and researchers have come up with their own answers for what SCP-001 is, a few examples are:

Members

Highest Leadership


Administrators, Site Directors & Asst. Directors

  • Dr. Tilda D. Moose
  • Ruslav Diaghilev
  • Edgar Holman
  • Dr. Phillip Foster
  • Dr. Shirley Gillespie
  • Dr. Jean Karlyle Aktus
  • Cyrus Hourdoon
  • Dr. Sarah O'Connell
  • Amanda Malkin
  • Wade Quincy
  • Dr. Hollister Cox
  • Angelina Mikhailova
  • Ndeye Bocoume
  • Bryan Browning
  • Matias Hernández
  • Marcel Gunther
  • Harold Schwartz
  • Idoia Azaki
  • Dr. Mohammad Scott
  • William Vesterland
  • Arnold Camp
  • Jane Erwin
  • Leslie Rodriguez
  • David Runeberg
  • Sandra Chaperone
  • Kerry Eckelkamp
  • Earl Runner
  • Anastasia Brine
  • Harvey Black
  • Pauline Barrett
  • Dr. Lisle Naismith
  • Danny Kramer
  • Jeremiah Witfield
  • Alice Wistuba
  • Dr. Jacqueline Perry
  • Dr. Nuru Jua
  • Dr. Sayyeda Aisha Rizvi
  • Praveen Arora
  • Commander Mike Peterson
  • Haugen
  • Simon Oswalt
  • Damien Robinson
  • Marion Wheeler

Containment Staff

  • Dr. James E. Falzon
  • Dr. Jamie Regal
  • Sophia Turner
  • Yolanda Thomas
  • Emmitt Ivers
  • Sylver Tolen
  • Dr. Kyle Jobar
  • Commander Alejandro Ortiz
  • Simon Lorell

Doctors & Researchers

  • Dr. Charles Gears
  • Dr. Jack Bright
  • Dr. Everett Mann
  • Dr. Alto Clef
  • Dr. Lakshmi Agarwal
  • Dr. Charles Anborough
  • Dr. Django Bridge
  • Benjamin Kondraki
  • Dr. Jeremiah Cimmerian
  • Researcher Jacob Conwell
  • Dr. Kain "Pathos" Crow
  • Dr. Michael Edison
  • Dr. Chelsea "Photosynthetic" Elliott
  • Dr. Simon Glass
  • Dr. Frederick Heiden
  • Dr. Everett King
  • Dr. Zyn Kiryu
  • Dr. Mark Kiryu
  • Dr. Sophia Light
  • Dr. Jaime Marlowe
  • Dr. Katherine Sinclair
  • Dr. Johannes Sorts
  • Dr. Thaddeus Xyank
  • Dr. Zander Heikkila
  • Dr. Julian Iceberg
  • Dr. Chelsea Elliott
  • Dr. Patrick Dentick
  • Patrick Gephart
  • Researcher David Rosen
  • Dr. Zemyla Cenh
  • Dr. Syka Brown
  • Dr. Anand Mannava
  • Dr. Venkatraman Krishnamoorthy
  • Dr. Avery Sanchez
  • Dr. Christina Morse
  • Dr. Peter Gerthart
  • Dr. Isaac Schmidt
  • Dr. Dillan Polsun
  • Dr. Von Hacht
  • Dr. Judith Low
  • Dr. Peter Hull
  • Dr. Kate Greenaway
  • Dr. Kevin Chandler
  • Dr. Kim Antoche
  • Dr. Burgundy Lowell
  • Dr. Christopher Erwick
  • Dr. Iliza Schrader
  • Dr. Urmd Abdul
  • Dr. Wendell Adler
  • Dr. Helena Bloom
  • Dr. Sophia Fitzgerald
  • Dr. William Hoskins
  • Dr. Matthieu Desmarais
  • Dr. Elizabeth Lane
  • Dr. Felix Gärtner
  • Dr. Porter Mills
  • Dr. Taylor Itkin
  • Dr. Ricky Scott
  • Dr. Isaiah Henderson
  • Dr. Georges Luikj
  • Dr. Todd King
  • Dr. Samuel Brow
  • Dr. West Roth
  • Dr. Isha Saint Claire
  • Dr. Peter Vincent
  • Dr. Ian Harris
  • Dr. Mohammad Scott
  • Dr. Avery Bone
  • Dr. Eila Harris
  • Dr. Owen Mars
  • Dr. Cotter Davis
  • Dr. Francis LaFleur
  • Dr. Hannibal Lopez
  • Dr. Joesph Schwartz
  • Dr. John Louef
  • Dr. Joanna Hsiao
  • Dr. Ivan Cooper
  • Dr. Andrew Califano
  • Dr. Alice Randall
  • Dr. Luis Ricardo
  • Dr. Emmett Bell
  • Dr. Simon Hayes
  • Dr. Adeline Renaud
  • Dr. Isaac Lem
  • Dr. Giles Blanc
  • Dr. Gabriel Langley
  • Dr. Philip Orellana
  • Dr. Arthur Brook
  • Dr. Daniel Erikson
  • Dr. Hunter Miles
  • Dr. Natasha Kozel
  • Dr. Miles Wright
  • Dr. Esti Del Olmo
  • Dr. Carlos Quesada
  • Dr. David Holmes
  • Dr. Rudolf Bauer
  • Dr. Leslie Yolas
  • Dr. Shufan Shen
  • Dr. Amelia Wygandt
  • Dr. Lauren Palmer
  • Dr. Ellis Cartwright
  • Dr. Edmund Caspar
  • Dr. Howard Grant
  • Dr. Eunice Walker
  • Dr. Jeremiah Cimmerian
  • Dr. Matthew Hardison
  • Dr. Shirley Gillespie
  • Dr. Adrien Bleikoff
  • Dr. Marion Kelster
  • Dr. Muhammad Iqbar
  • Dr. Jans Ulrich
  • Dr. Clarence Frost
  • Dr. Ingrid Laika
  • Dr. Terrence Vaughn
  • Dr. Dominick Jensen
  • Dr. James Leary
  • Dr. Tyrone Hardy
  • Dr. Emil Falzon
  • Dr. Sam Quentin
  • Dr. James E. Falzon
  • Dr. Owen Hamilton
  • Dr. Ulysses Malcom
  • Dr. Reynold Acke
  • Dr. Janet Spiegel
  • Dr. Walter Floyd
  • Dr. Madoka Yoshida
  • Dr. Percy Lewis
  • Dr. Patrick O’Malley
  • Dr. Daniel Adams
  • Dr. Amanda Clarke
  • Dr. Jonas DeWitt
  • Dr. Jonas Gold
  • Dr. Gavin McIntyre
  • Dr. Harlan Sun
  • Dr. Wendy Robin
  • Dr. Alex Harlow
  • Dr. Seung Young
  • Dr. Wei Lin
  • Dr. Connor O’Neil
  • Dr. Maria Vanger
  • Dr. Lamar Elworthy
  • Dr. Scott Fletcher
  • Dr. Frederick Hoygull
  • Dr. Lauren Stosser
  • Dr. Farik Ghazalie
  • Dr. Seymour Tracy
  • Dr. Baker
  • Dr. Johnston
  • Dr. Lambert
  • Dr. Mitchell
  • Dr. Sanderson
  • Dr. Vogel
  • Kendall Loren
  • Oliver Gordon
  • Eleanor Joseph
  • Jennifer Dresden
  • Steven Mason
  • Dave Campbell
  • Em Choi
  • Madeleine Sailer
  • Susan Burke
  • Lucy Chang
  • Sylvia Hernandez
  • Laura Hernandez
  • Chris Hastings
  • Martha Clayton
  • Scott Garber
  • Tomas Graham
  • Antonia Cárdenas
  • Rosalind Taylor
  • Agatha Chiovenda
  • Chad Benson
  • Cullen Williams
  • Claire Beasly
  • Lilliana Walsh
  • Melissa Novak
  • Olivia Anderson
  • Daniel Beck
  • Amaleen Sacaran
  • Bernice Malki
  • Vladim Eisenberg
  • Rose Labelle
  • Franklin Prangley
  • Tyler Jensen
  • Andrea Barclay
  • Flynn Lagrange
  • Carmen O'Connor
  • Dominic Kaczmarek
  • Flynn Lagrange
  • Daniel Schröder
  • James Petahn
  • Nicholas Crawford
  • Phil Shipherd
  • Joe Fynegan
  • Alene Janssens
  • Pavel Romanov
  • Robert J. Boyd
  • Robert Fay
  • Alice Jones
  • Jeremy Collins
  • James Carpenter
  • Pyotr Vasilev
  • James A. Harkness
  • Natalie McCreed
  • Sybil Westwood
  • Claude Montague
  • Amir Safavi
  • Emma Stark
  • Oliana Kaiwi
  • Cathy Milnor
  • Arvo Driessen
  • Isaac McCormack
  • Dr. Darryl Loyd
  • Dr. Jay Macarthur
  • Dr. Herbert Wimble
  • Dr. Nicholas Lusk
  • Dr. Lionel Dunbar
  • Dr. Asuka Miyamoto
  • Dr. Samuel Rudi
  • Shannon Bruce
  • Andre Johnson
  • Brandon Sullivan
  • Beverly Bass
  • Corey Benich
  • Researcher James Talloran
  • Dr. Dämmer

Security and Interrogation

  • Carlos Gonzales
  • Theodore Anderson
  • Lincoln Yates
  • Jennifer Blaire
  • Frank Onegra
  • Jamie Currie
  • Bertrand Tomlin
  • Don Blake
  • John Waterman
  • Maximilian Woodson
  • Raymond Trask
  • Alex Whittingham
  • Ardal Rogers
  • Judith Parker
  • Malcolm Wethers
  • Carl Michelson
  • Kayla Rodriguez
  • Mickey Jacobs

Field Agents

  • Max Lomabardi
  • Agent "Green"
  • Troy Lament
  • Sasha Merlo
  • Agent Navarro
  • Dmitri Arkadeyevich "Waxx" Strelnikov
  • Aaron Ruberson
  • Sean Bat
  • Monica Storch
  • Lily Rondeau
  • Hobert Brennan
  • Cyril Novak
  • Diana Fischer
  • Melissa King
  • Louis Franklin
  • Elliot McNamara
  • Phil Kowalski
  • Dimitri Siegel
  • Louis Franklin
  • Markus Pierce
  • Elizabeth Carden
  • Markus Villacorta
  • Chester Preston
  • Alexis Garcia
  • Josephine Creed
  • Marcus Bauer
  • Lance Owens
  • Steven Falkenham
  • Julian Escher
  • Daniel Vega
  • Gabriel Chavez
  • Frank Giuseppe
  • Daniel Jackson
  • Lukas Keller
  • Christopher Pennings
  • Lauren Dietz
  • Bernard North
  • Viola Smythe
  • Gordon Gompton
  • Beatrice Ross
  • Julian Calloway
  • Xavier Garcez
  • Maggy E. Grant
  • Bruce Wallace
  • Helen Marcus
  • Roger Brent
  • Mortimer Foster
  • Greer Brewskey
  • Sebastián García
  • Mark Roland
  • Patrice Walters
  • William J. Kirkwise
  • Pedro de Souza
  • Ron Towson
  • Gareth Marlow
  • Agent Gallagher
  • Cameron Wells - Commanding Officer
  • Fredrick Meryle
  • Carlen Ozols
  • Xander Peterson
  • Cyrus Fielding - Commanding Officer
  • Tobias Rourke
  • Alistair Burton
  • Sean O'Doherty
  • Agent Swanson
  • Agent Turquoise
  • Agent 86

Mobile Task Forces

  • William Lonegan
  • William Johnson
  • Carter Walsh
  • Cpt. Ephram Ross
  • Liam Ohalo
  • Cotter Houston
  • Elliott O’Neil
  • Calvin Ekblad - Commanding Officer
  • Scott Harpur
  • Nicholas Bjugstad
  • Marjorie Holt
  • Leon Ledford
  • Connor Bathory
  • Vivian Morodecci
  • Alejandra Cavallero
  • Chuck Jefferson
  • Rolf Vogel
  • Michael Niedringhaus
  • Hanna Dam
  • Dr. Giles Mathys
  • Â Samuel Walker
  • Michael Castellano
  • Amelie Zelinka
  • Liz Boyd
  • Joseph Lanning
  • Fiere Mekonap
  • Tony Atkinson
  • Dr. Blaire Roth
  • Joseph Mann
  • Steven Wu-Cheng
  • Nicholas Caruso
  • Elaine Matteus
  • Yanirys Espinosa
  • Beatrice Sanders
  • Helen Zhao
  • Zoe Smith
  • Darren Wells - Commanding Officer
  • Johna Baldric - Commanding Officer
  • Donald Blaire
  • Sandra Gonzales
  • Jia Turner
  • Joseph Bell
  • Dr. Logan Igotta
  • Dr. Lakshmi Agarwal
  • Joseph Bell
  • James Candle
  • Myron Goldstein
  • Adam Grayson
  • Emma Lightbody
  • Frank Giuseppe
  • Reese Maynard
  • Harold Mason
  • Lauder - Commanding Officer
  • Yukon
  • Imski
  • Powers
  • Kowalski(Kovesky)

D-Class Personnel

  • Chris Simmons
  • Leroy Tucker
  • Jonas Murkowski

Persons of Interest

Similar to SCPs, the Foundation keeps track of Persons of Interest (POIs), notable persons who have interacted with the Foundation in a major way but aren't anomalous enough to be considered an SCP.

  • PoI-018747: Konrad Weiss, Director of Ahnenerbe Obskurakorps.
  • PoI-1115: Vincent Anderson, Founder of Anderson Robotics.
  • PoI-5333-2: Horus, the Egyptian god of sky and kingship.
  • PoI-93: Grand Karcist Ion, principal member of Sarkicism.
  • PoI-7701: Dr. Madison Craggs, an agent of the Chaos Insurgency.

History

Origin

The origin of the SCP Foundation is different depending on who you ask. Some have said that it came about when King Solomon witnessed the archangel Uriel for the first time. Some say it came about after the founder encountered an organization designed to create anomalies. Nevertheless, the Foundation was eventually formed before the 1800s.

The Foundation was able to participate in both World War I and World War II, the latter of which is also referred to as the Seveth Occult War.

Scarlet King

The Foundation eventually came into contact with the Children of the Scarlet King and enacted a raid on one of their rituals. They managed to secure seven women they were assaulting during the ritual. Six of the women died while giving birth, and their children were designated as SCPs and put under containment. It was rumored that when the seventh gave birth, that the Scarlet King would be freed from his tomb and allowed to ravage creation once again. Procedure 110-Montauk was immediately developed to make sure that she never gave birth.

After reading ancient texts that stated the seventh bride gave birth to heroes who tried to stop the Scarlet King. From this information they decided to discontinue the use of Procedure 110-Montauk. What resulted from this is the slime Joy being born.

Broken Masquerade

Through the combined efforts of the Foundation and the Global Occult Coalition, they managed to stop an end of the world scenario from happening. Unfortunately this effort came at the cost of the country Korea. The Foundation was given two options, do the impossible and attempt to keep secrecy, or allow the public to know about SCPs.

The Foundation from that point became known to the public, which led to the releasing of many humanoid SCPs to normal society. While the Foundation has found anomalies after this event, they were merely classified as an SCP and left alone unless they were dangerous to the human race.

Myths and Legends

The SCP Foundation is a fictional organization originating from the SCP wiki. Just like Creepypasta, SCP started spreading all over the internet, until the SCP website was launched in 2008, which has been collecting and documenting SCPs. One of the first SCPs that popularized the SCP Foundation was SCP-173, also known as The Sculpture. Today, there have been over 7000 objects and articles on the website and in the foundation. New ones are still being written to this day.

Trivia

  • The SCP Foundation's main enemies outside of the SCPs include the Chaos Insurgency, Serpent's Hand, the Church of the Broken God and the Church of Sarkicism.
  • Some believe that SCP-001 is the Foundation itself.
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