Trauma Based Mind Control Research and Information
|excellent free documentary: MONARCH by Marshall Thomas
||[May. 21st, 2007|09:53 am]
Very well-produced series of amateur documentary shorts on the subject of CIA MKULTRA operations and many related fields of intrigue. Excellent use of a large library of video clips and still images. Highly recommended! In particular I was very impressed by Chapter 5 which talks about CIA-created cults, the False Memory Syndrome Foundation, SRA, Lavey and Aquino, sexual blackmail of politicians, the Franklin case and much more.|
This work of a series of short videos by Marshall Thomas is dedicated to exposing the current Phoenix Program in the US aimed at dissidents, whistleblowers, and "security risks", who are subjected to a combined program of Phoenix, MKULTRA, Cointelpro, and human experimentation using non-lethal weapons. The beginning videos establish a pattern of behavior, show the scientists and their research, and expose previous similar crimes that are historical fact. The final videos showing the situation of targeted individuals are not proven facts, but stem from my meetings with over 150 of the current victims in the US. Please view the Monarch films beginning with chapter one. The previous films are slide shows that contain more background information. The total run time for Monarch is 2 hours. For more info on targeted individuals go to mindjustice.org
|Roseanne Barr discusses MPD and mind control on Larry King Live!
||[Apr. 26th, 2007|01:11 pm]
CNN LARRY KING LIVE
Roseanne Tells Her Story
Aired August 16, 2001 - 21:00 ET
LARRY KING, HOST: Tonight, Roseanne, there's nobody like her! She survived multiple personality disorder, abuse, depression, shattered marriages. She's still got a knack for making America laugh. You've seen all that stuff in the tabloids. Now get her story. Roseanne for the hour, with phone calls, next on LARRY KING LIVE.
KING: OK, now the current issue of "Esquire," big article. You told "Esquire" that you were about multiple personality disorders, right?
ROSEANNE: I am so many disorders. That's just one of them.
KING: When did you have this disorder?
ROSEANNE: I have always had it I think, since I was real young.
KING: Do you have it now?
ROSEANNE: I'm more like used to have it than have it.
ROSEANNE: But occasionally, in times great stress, you know, I will regress.
KING: It comes back?
KING: Explain it.
ROSEANNE: Well, I get the overwhelming urge to kill people and I'm sometimes not able to control it.
KING: Explain it, Roseanne.
ROSEANNE: Oh, OK. Explain what?
KING: Multiple personality disorder.
ROSEANNE: Well, it's a really confusing thing.
KING: Well, what happens?
ROSEANNE: It's a terrible disorder.
KING: When you have it, what happens?
ROSEANNE: Well, you just do crazy things that you don't really know you do or you don't want to do. You know.
KING: So Roseanne becomes someone else?
ROSEANNE: Of course.
KING: Like how many different people could you be in a week?
ROSEANNE: Well in a week? Well it's you know, it's infinite, infinite.
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|Woman sues Ottawa over CIA brainwashing at Montreal hospital
||[Jan. 19th, 2007|11:54 am]
Woman sues Ottawa over CIA brainwashing at Montreal hospital
Victim seeks approval for class-action lawsuit
CanWest News Service
Thursday, January 11, 2007
MONTREAL -- Five decades after unwittingly participating in brainwashing experiments that were funded by the CIA and the federal government, 78-year-old Janine Huard went to Federal Court yesterday to try and persuade a judge she is entitled to compensation.
"They demolished me," Huard told reporters yesterday before her court hearing. "They gave me terrible drugs, electroshocks and made me stay in a bed with a mask over my face listening to recordings for hours."
Huard had entered Montreal's Allan Memorial Institute in 1958 after suffering postpartum depression following the birth of her second child. Her newborn had become ill and Huard was having difficulty coping.
But instead of helping her, the institute's director, Dr. Ewen Cameron, used her as a "guinea pig" to carry out experimental brainwashing techniques that he mistakenly believed could treat depression.
The experiments were carried out at the hospital between 1950 and 1965.
Huard said she knew the treatments were making her ill, but she said doctors were aggressive with her when she protested.
One day she had had enough. She asked her husband to call the Allan and say she wasn't coming in anymore for treatment.
"They told her that if she didn't come in they would send the police to get her," Huard's lawyer, Alan Stein told a Federal Court judge yesterday.
"It is unbelievable that this took place."
Huard wants to launch a class-action suit on behalf of herself and about 200 other victims who were shut out of a 1994 federal compensation program that paid $100,000 to 77 victims who suffered the most serious damage.
But before she can proceed, her lawyer must persuade a judge that she hasn't waited too long to seek redress.
A lawyer for the federal government argued it is too late to proceed with a lawsuit, more than 12 years after the claims were rejected.
But in 2004, a federal Appeal Court overturned one of the rejected claims and awarded a victim $100,000 compensation. That decision persuaded Huard that it wasn't too late for her to seek justice.
Huard was awarded $66,000 US in compensation from the CIA in 1989, but she hasn't received a cent in compensation from the Canadian government.
Huard said she will never forget the damage she suffered at the hands of Cameron and his co-workers.
"The only time I got better was when I left that place for good," she said.
© Times Colonist (Victoria) 2007
|Svali is missing??
||[Dec. 5th, 2006|08:58 pm]
Starting in early 2006, Svali, a MC/SRA survivor and author (see earlier entries for links to her material), did an interview and a series of essays for Greg Szymanski's Arctic Beacon radio show and website. Following her interview and the fourth article posted, Arctic Beacon posted the following:|
"Svali says no more interviews but will still try and spread the word of truth through her Christian fellowship group called 'The Lion and the Lamb Ministries."
Then, in July 2006, a new article about Svali was posted to Arctic Beacon:
"Born Into The Illuminati, A Friend Fears For Svali's Safety As She Has Come Up Missing
by Greg Szymanski, July 26, 2006
In January, a woman named Svali told an incredible story about being born into the Illuminati and witnessing a young child being sacrificed in the catacombs of the Vatican.
Her eyewitness testimony was verified by an Italian woman named Maria, who said she suffered through the same type of gruesome ceremony, telling her story to this reporter only weeks before she reportedly took her own life jumping from the Vatican roof in the early 1980's.
Having interviewed both women, the details of the Vatican child sacrifice were remarkably similar right down to the detailed description of the room where the ordeal took place, as well as the details about the particulars of the satanic ceremony.
Details of both stories can be found in the Arctic Beacon archives under a four part series entitled "The Secrets of the Dangerous Illuminati."
Although Maria was found dead on the cobblestones of St. Peter's Square under suspicious circumstances, Svali remains alive, giving an exclusive interview on Greg Szymanski's radio show, The Investigative Journal, in January 2006.
However, recently on the word of a reliable source, Svali has come up missing, as all attempts to contact her have turned up empty. Further, her rather detailed website has been taken down and her telephone number disconnected.
One of her close friend's, who wanted to remain anonymous, fears something serious has happened. With that in mind and in an effort to keep her publicly protected and her story alive, the Arctic Beacon is reprinting a transcript of her lengthy interview from her appearance with Greg on the Investigative Journal radio show of January 17, 2006.
Svali's startling comments, as well as the Arctic Beacon series on child sacrificing, should serve as a reminder how the evil intentions of the New World Order knows no bounds or limits.
Transcript of Illuminati Survivor Svali's Appearance
on Investigative Journal with Greg Szymanski
|The World Will Know: Words from a Hopeless Optimist by Wanda Karriker, Ph.D.
||[Nov. 27th, 2006|08:36 pm]
[note: Wanda Karriker is the author of Morning, Come Quickly, a "novelized" account of a therapist's work with MPD survivors of a local cult in a small Southern town. The book has been getting a lot of positive feedback, and recommendations from Carol Rutz (author of A Nation Betrayed), Ellen P. Lacter, Ph.D (SRA therapist and advocate), Blanche Chavoustie who was a co-founder of ACHES-MC, and many others.]|
This transcript is from a presentation by Wanda Karriker at The Eighth Annual Ritual Abuse, Secretive Organizations and Mind Control Conference, August 5 - 7, 2005 at the DoubleTree Hotel in Windsor Locks, CT. Some of the topics discussed may be heavy for survivors. Survivors may want to read this with a support person or therapist. The conference is educational and not intended as therapy or treatment. All accusations are alleged. Our providing the information below does not necessarily constitute our endorsement of it.
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Wanda Karriker, Ph.D., a retired psychologist, wrote the novel Morning, Come Quickly to share what she has learned both personally and professionally about ritual abuse, secretive organizations, and mind control torture. To try to assure that her message reaches the widest audience possible, she has adapted the story for film. Her topic is: "The World Will Know! Words from a Hopeless Optimist."
THE WORLD WILL KNOW: Words from a Hopeless Optimist
Wanda Karriker, Ph.D.
SMART Conference: August 6, 2005
Imagine, if you will, that you are a therapist. Sitting across the room is a woman seven years older than you who is talking and acting like a seven-year-old frightened child. In the voice of that child, she relives - by words and body language - what sounds like a satanic ritual. Her demeanor changes to that of an adult. She points to a scar on her shin shaped like a cross. She describes a serial rape in a funeral home. The railroad track that cuts the town in half. A small feed mill with four tall silos.
She remembers some names.
In your mind, you picture the town you grew up in. The funeral home. A railroad track that cuts the town in half. The small feed mill with four tall silos. It's gone now. Burned to the ground when you were in the third grade.
Your client's town could be any town USA in the early forties.
But the names?
So what do you do with this information? Go to the police? To the local newspaper? Keep it to yourself? Write a book?
I chose the last option.
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|Proof that Ritual Abuse Exists (Compiled by a Ritual Abuse Survivor)
||[Nov. 24th, 2006|01:45 pm]
Contrary to oft-cited statements from False Memory Syndrome Foundation (FMSF) spokespersons and advocates, sufficient evidence was found at the McMartin Daycare Center to verify the claims of many of the child victims' statements. For more information, see "Archaeological Investigations of the McMartin Preschool Site" by E. Gary Stickel, Ph.D. at
In Cult and Ritual Abuse: It's History, Anthropology, and Recent Discovery in Contemporary America (2000, Revised Edition), James Randall Noblitt and Pamela Sue Perskin offer the following "Empirical Evidence of Ritual Abuse."
1) Michael Newton (cited in Noblitt, 1998a) accumulated data on criminal convictions in the U.S. where allegations of ritual abuse of children were made. He found cases of 145 defendants who were sentenced.
2) Pamela Hudson (1991) assessed 24 children in a case of alleged ritual abuse at Fort Bragg day care center in California. She found several symptoms and allegations consistent with ritual abuse present among many of the children.
3) Susan Kelley (1993) compared three groups of children in day care: 35 allegedly ritualistically abused children, 32 children reportedly sexually, not ritualistically abuse, and 67 children without any claims of sexual abuse. She collected data from the abused children’s parents and compared the results of the children with non-ritualistic sexual abuse with ritualistic sexual abuse She found that ritualistically abused children were more likely to report more incidents, types and severity of abuse relative to the non-ritual sexual abuse victims. She also found that ritualistic abuse was more often associated with multiple victim, multiple perpetrator situations.
4) Jill Waterman, Robert Kelley, Mary Kay Olivieri, and Jane McCord (1993) did a six year longitudinal study of 82 children who had made allegations of ritualistic sexual abuse (RSA) in the Manhattan Beach, California area in comparison with 37 non-abused (NA) children and 15 non-ritualistically sexually abused (SA) children. A variety of standardized and non-standardized questionnaires and interview instruments were employed. They found that both the RSA and SA group reported intrusive and highly intrusive sexual abuse. Additionally the RSA group but not the SA group reported “terrorizing acts . . .." Recantations occurred in 25% of the RSA and 23% of the SA children. This was the case even though the perpetrator in the SA group had given a detailed confession. However, 88% of the RSA group that recanted, later redisclosed abuse.
5) Snow and Sorenson (1990) saw 39 children who described abuse in five neighbor-based cults in Utah. In four of the five cults there were alleged incidents of intrafamilial incest, perpetration by adolescents, and features of an adult sex ring. No adolescent perpetration was found in the fifth group . . .. At least two-thirds of the children described multiple locations of abuse, pornography, ingestion or other use of excrement, the espousal of Satanic beliefs, magical spells and use of occult paraphernalia, animal mutilation or killing, and the use of drugs. The abusers were generally viewed as respected members of the community and many were religious leaders. Two of the accused adult perpetrators were convicted and two adolescents pled guilty.
6) Jonker and Jonker-Bakker (1991,1997) reported a case of the ritual abuse of children in the Netherlands. The authors describe the allegations and their observations regarding this case in Oude Pekela.
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|Walter Bowart forward to Brice Taylor's book
||[Nov. 16th, 2006|10:01 pm]
From Brice Taylor's Thanks for All the Memories |
Foreward by Walter Bowart: Thanks for the Memmemmormee!?
More than 25 years have passed since I began research into what was then called "brainwashing," a comically euphemistic term invented in the 1950's by CIA propaganda specialist Edward Hunter. It's been 21 years since my book on the subject Operation Mind Control was published internationally, and five years since it reappeared as the greatly expanded Limited Researcher's Edition, featuring an account of "Lois" that offers a synopsis of the book you hold in your hands. Now it can be told. "Lois" is Susan Ford, whose pseudonym is Brice Taylor. Her book Thanks for the Memories, which, by all reports is greatly anticipated by an audience better educated than the one I encountered in the 1970's, is now published for all the world to read.
I wrote my book Operation Mind Control while living in Arizona, still 'a backward state, dominated by Federal funds and jobs, and the dissociated and extremely provincial beliefs that come with it. In the 70's most of the people I spoke with about what I called, generically, "mind control" thought I was crazy. Those who were not afraid to express their opinions on the subject believed it to be impossible. They strongly believed they could not be made to do something against their will and without their own knowledge. They believed they had indomitable powers of will, like the CIA funded psychologist, Timothy Leary's fellow debater and Watergate burglar, G. Gordon Liddy. They believed, beyond a shadow of a doubt, that they could not be broken, fragmented, and mentally enslaved by any technology, even if it included hypnosis, drugs, electronic brain stimulation or what came to be called biological process control.
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|Deleting Commercial Child Pornography Sites from the Internet
||[Nov. 9th, 2006|09:41 pm]
"A recent report by McKinsey Worldwide estimated that today commercial child pornography is a multibilliondollar industry worldwide, fueled by the Internet."|
President & CEO
THE NATIONAL CENTER FOR MISSING & EXPLOITED CHILDREN
UNITED STATES HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
COMMITTEE ON ENERGY AND COMMERCE
SUBCOMMITTEE ON OVERSIGHT AND INVESTIGATIONS
“Deleting Commercial Child Pornography Sites from the Internet:
The U.S. Financial Industry’s Efforts to Combat this Problem”
September 21, 2006
Mr. Chairman and distinguished members of the Committee, I welcome this opportunity to appear before you to discuss the commercial distribution of child
pornography on the Internet. Chairman Whitfield, I cannot thank you enough for the attention that you, Chairman Barton, Congressman Stupak and your colleagues
on the Committee have brought to the problem of child sexual exploitation this year. The National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (“NCMEC”) joins you in
your concern for the safety of the most vulnerable members of our society and is grateful for your continued focus on this underrecognized problem.
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|Walter Bowart Chapter Found
||[Oct. 31st, 2006|11:30 am]
I have looked again, and there are Bowart books available for under a hundred dollars. I found an entire chapter online though, and I thought it would be great to link to it here. |
[ Employing Hypnosis To Induce Acts Against The Will ]
A number of related events during the 1940s demonstrated the extent of the government’s interest in hypnosis. Beyond changing beliefs, they sought ways to motivate people to commit acts which they would not commit in a normal state.
Dr. Bernard C. Gindes wrote of an amnesia experiment he undertook for the U.S. Army in the late forties. “A soldier with only grade school education was able to memorize an entire page of Shakespeare’s Hamlet after listening to the passages seven times. Upon awakening, he could not recall any of the lines, and even more startling was the fact that he had no remembrance of the hypnotic experience. A week later he was hypnotized again. In this state, he was able to repeat the entire page without a single error. In another experiment to test the validity of increased memory retention, five soldiers were hypnotized en masse and given a jumbled ‘code’ consisting of twenty-five words without phonetic consistency. They were allowed sixty seconds to commit the list to memory. In the waking state, each man was asked to repeat the code; none of them could. One man hazily remembered having had some association with a code, but could not remember more than that. The other four soldiers were allowed to study the code consciously for another sixty seconds, but all denied previous acquaintance with it. During rehypnotization, they were individually able to recall the exact content of the coded message.”
|Cultural and Economic Barriers to Protecting Children from Ritual Abuse and MC - By Catherine Gould
||[Oct. 30th, 2006|05:30 pm]
MindNet Journal - Vol. 1, No. 48
V E R I C O M M / MindNet "Quid veritas est?"
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Editor: Mike Coyle
Contributing Editors: Walter Bowart
Assistant Editor: Rick Lawler
Research: Darrell Bross
Cultural and Economic Barriers to Protecting Children from
Ritual Abuse and Mind Control
By Catherine Gould, Ph.D.
How are we to understand the phenomenon of ritual abuse
in the 1990's? Throughout the Western world, increasing numbers
of therapists and other helping professionals are hearing
accounts from children as young as two and adults ranging into
the ninth decade of their lives describe mind-numbing accounts of
abuses consisting of sexual sadism and pornography, physical
torture, and highly sophisticated psychological manipulation
which, taken together, we have come to refer to as ritual abuse.
The evidence is rapidly accumulating that the problem of
ritual abuse is considerable in scope, and extremely grave in its
consequences. Among 2,709 members of the American Psychological
Association who responded to a poll, 2,292 cases of ritual abuse
were reported (Bottoms, Shaver, & Goodman, 1993). In 1992 alone,
Childhelp USA logged 1,741 calls pertaining to ritual abuse,
Monarch Resources of Los Angeles logged approximately 5,000, Real
Active Survivors tallied nearly 3,600, Justus Unlimited of
Colorado received almost 7,000, and Looking Up of Maine handled
around 6,000. Even allowing for some of these calls to have been
made by people who assist survivors but are not themselves
survivors, and for some survivors to have called more that one
helpline or made multiple calls to the same helpline, these
numbers suggest that at a minimum there must be tens of thousands
of survivors of ritual abuse in the United States.
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