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The big breadcrumb trail that Agents of SHIELD has been building for the past few weeks is finally being revealed, but it's not going to end well.

During Tuesday's episode, the team discovered that their elusive Clairvoyant has a HYDRA sleeper infiltrated their ranks. Despite his huckstery, it's not hard to see why he could be so twisted by Hydra's tactics.

The Clairvoyant is a Hydra agent

Hydra is a criminal organization dedicated to global domination. In its heyday, the group was the most powerful of its kind in the world.

It was also the most organized, and was able to regroup after any defeat. Its agents wear green outfits with cowls concealing their heads except for their mouths and chins.

In the comics, Hydra is a villainous organization that is usually depicted as a snake-like monster with multiple heads. Its name comes from the Lernaean Hydra, a mythological creature with many heads who was slain by Hercules.

The modern-day Hydra is an international organization that was founded in Japan during World War II by a Nazi agent named Wolfgang von Strucker. Strucker contacted members of the Hand ninja cult, a Japanese secret society, who helped him choose the name Hydra.

While Hydra isn’t exactly a fan favorite, it’s definitely a well-known villain and a major part of Marvel’s comic book universe. It’s been involved in many different Avengers stories, including The Avengers: Earth’s Mightiest Heroes and Avengers Assemble, and it’s appeared in several television shows as well.

A Hydra agent is someone who works for the organization and is able to spy on others and steal their secrets. The organization’s main objective is to control the world, so it often uses nefarious methods of acquiring information.

In the comics, a Hydra agent is typically a male, but some females have been known to work for the organization as well. A female Hydra agent is called a clairvoyant, which means she sees into the future and can predict events.

There are a few Hydra agents that appear in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and some of them are very famous. One is the Red Skull, who appears in both The Avengers: Earth’s Mightiest Warriors and Avengers Assemble.

Another Hydra agent is Daniel Whitehall, a man whose ties to the organization date back to his days working with the Red Skull during World War II. Whitehall was a prominent leader of the group and helped organize many expeditions that recovered mysterious artifacts for Hydra.

Other notable Hydra agents include Baron Strucker, the Grim Reaper and Arnim Zola. In the comics, a Hydra member is usually a male who wears a green uniform with a headpiece covering his entire face.

A Hydra sleeper is a Hydra agent who is not active, but still has a connection to the organization. These Sleepers often live in hiding, and are usually used by Hydra for various purposes.

Some Sleepers are even able to manipulate their surroundings and personalities in order to gain access to other Sleepers. This can help them learn their passwords or to communicate with other Sleepers without being noticed by their peers.

The Clairvoyant is one of these sleepers, and she is responsible for leaking information to Coulson about the GH325 being in Skye’s blood. She has also been able to influence her teammates and convince them that they are HYDRA agents, and her behavior has been increasingly suspicious recently.

The Clairvoyant is a Hydra sleeper

The first season of Agents of SHIELD suffered from a lack of a strong villain, but the show is now starting to develop its own plot thread that will tie into Captain America: The Winter Soldier. It will also delve into some of the characters that we loved from the comic books, which is a welcome change from the doubt and twitchiness fans endured for so long.

Throughout the season, SHIELD has been slowly building up external threats to its team, and this week, the Clairvoyant was revealed to be Hydra. This twist will definitely disappoint those who have been holding out for a true villain, but it was always going to happen, according to co-showrunner Joss Whedon.

As the episode begins, the agents are watching a news report about HYDRA, which was delivering all sorts of spoilers from Captain America: The Winter Soldier, and they realize that there is a smattering of sleeper Hydra agents throughout S.H.I.E.L.D. It seems as if the organization is in chaos, and it's clear that the surviving agents don't trust each other.

When the bus is hijacked and the team tries to escape, Skye deciphers a coded message that is meant to instigate an uprising within SHIELD, instructing Hydra sleeper agents to come out of hiding. She also reveals that she is not a Hydra sleeper and that she believes Coulson is working with the bad guys because of his recent suspicious behavior.

This is the first time that Coulson has had to deal with a major betrayal on the series, and the betrayal affects his relationship with May as well. As a result, the episode is full of heartbreak, but it will also give Coulson plenty of motivation to take down HYDRA in future episodes.

There are a lot of questions still unanswered about the Hydra agents who infiltrated S.H.I.E.L.D., but they will be answered in the future. While the showrunners couldn't mention the Hydra element too heavily until now because it would spoil The Winter Soldier, they were building this external threat for a reason.

It makes sense for Hydra to have its tentacles so deep in S.H.I.E.L.D., because it's a highly organized and powerful organization that has been infiltrated by the bad guys decades ago. It makes even more sense for them to have a Hydra sleeper in Coulson's team because he's a logical target.

In addition, he has been working with Hydra for some time and knows how to use its weapons, so the showrunners made him a good fit for this storyline. Plus, he hasn't been as popular with fans as others on the team so this is a chance for him to redeem himself.

The Clairvoyant is a Hydra member

The Clairvoyant may be a Hydra agent, but her powers are more than she lets on. She's a psychic and can read people's minds. She's also the mastermind behind SHIELD's recent attacks on Hydra. She's been pulling the strings all season, but in “The End of the Beginning,” she reveals that her powers aren't just limited to reading minds.

The Hydra organization is one of the most powerful organizations on Earth and has been around for centuries. They're a worldwide criminal organization that seeks to bring the world under their control.

They've been known to use advanced technology in their endeavors and have a large number of members. Their most infamous members include Kingpin (Wilson Fisk), Absorbing Man (Carl Creel), Batroc the Leaper, Bullseye, Chameleon (Dmitri Kravinoff), and Crossbones (Brock Rumlow).

It's no secret that Hydra is a pretty evil group. They've been known to do all sorts of nefarious things, such as kidnapping S.H.I.E.L.D. agents, stealing the mystifying Obelisk, and even using brutal methods of interrogation to get their hands on their targets.

Despite their nefarious acts, they're still a powerful and feared force in the Marvel Universe. They've faced off against Captain America, S.H.I.E.L.D., and the Avengers numerous times throughout history.

Aside from being a criminal group, Hydra also has its own rules and expectations. Some of these rules involve a lot of human experimentation. They've had facilities all over the world, including castles, abandoned military bunks, and caves.

Another thing that's very important to Hydra is their ability to recruit new members. They've had a large number of recruits, many of which were actually former Nazis who were recruited to the organization during World War II.

Some of these Hydra operatives were even trained by Red Skull himself. This was an incredibly nefarious practice, and it was one that caused Red Skull a lot of pain when it happened.

The main reason that Hydra has so many operatives is because of their ability to attract a large amount of wealth and power. They're able to do this by paying for expensive education and by hiring some of the best scientists in the world.

They also have their own schools for operatives, which can help them hone their skills and become more powerful. Several of these schools have been used by some very recognizable members within Hydra, such as Daniel Whitehall, Steger, Wolfgang von Strucker, and Werner von Strucker.

Other Hydra operatives that have stayed at these schools include Jasper Sitwell, Hale, and Ruby. Eventually, these schools became a base for Hydra and were home to some of the most notorious members that have ever been in the group.

They've also had their own “Grand Imperator.” The Grand Imperator was Baron von Strucker, who ruled an inner council and controlled the spies and criminals that were part of the Hydra organization. He was able to keep the group at a very low profile after World War II, though.