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Category: Manchurian MK Mind Control

SECRET WEAPONS by Cheryl and Lynn Hersha with Dale Griffis and Ted Schwarz

“TWO SISTERS’ TERRIFYING TRUE STORY OF SEX, SPIES, AND SABOTAGE.”

Another one of those “I was a teenage MKULTRA spy/assassin/warrior/prostitute for the CIA” books. I never know what to do with these. A decade or so ago, too many halfwit “patriot”-types got automatically gulled by the ULTRA-salacious, utterly unsourced Trance:Formation of America by Cathy O’Brien and her dream-catcher or handler or whatever he actually was, Mark Phillips. That one I am not buying, at least not most of it. Then a few years later I read the lesser known Unshackled by Kathleen Sullivan, whose claims were far less salacious than O’Brien’s, but were far more gruesome, and frankly, just as outrageous. Both women had, though, more or less, the same story to tell. And now there is this one. And in this one too, these female victims are coming forward with a suspicious, CIA-esque, male “handler”–this Ted Schwarz character and the Griffis guy. They give me bad vibes.
 
At any rate, look, either we really do live in the bizarro, schizoid, hellfire, cracked-looking-glass reality that all these women are describing, or else it is a very strange case of mass copycat hysteria, or else a very weirded-out little cottage industry has developed naturally, or has been implemented artificially, for selling outlandish, pulp-fiction, mind-controlled-spy horror stories for conspiracy kooks who will believe anything. Or, what is more likely, the “intelligence agencies” are employing propagandist writers to continue the cruel exploitation of these women and camouflage what REALLY was done to them.
 
That reminds me: Why is it that all of these people coming forward claiming that they were once Manchurian Candidates happen to be unanimously female? Where are the books written by men who are now suddenly having disturbing flashbacks and realizing that they had been abducted by cults and government intelligence officials as children, tortured and brainwashed into becoming super spies, super warriors, super assassins, etc.? Are we to believe that the government only used teenaged females exclusively? What, like, only teenaged females make the best super-warriors? Huh?? Or maybe it is just that the men cannot remember their teenage years like the women can. Or something. Yes, of course. It all makes sense now.
 
This is not to say that I believe any of the lies of the cover-up operation going on over at the shill organization known as the False Memory Foundation. No, no chance of that, either.
 
I just frankly do not know what to believe here. I suppose I could possibly believe SOME of the stories of these women, but in no way do I believe all of the specifics nor even most of them. These claims, by the very nature that they emanate from disturbing memory flashbacks of these victims, they can apparently never be verified by anything other than circumstantial evidence.
 
I will say this: Of the three “I was a teenage MKULTRA spy/assassin/warrior/prostitute for the CIA” books I have now read, this story of these two sisters is the most credible and the most cited of them all–but given the nature of claims like this, that is not saying much.
 
The book gives an instructive background and history of the top secret MKULTRA and related programs of the 1950s and 60s, and of the prestigious, Nazi-esque American doctors and officials involved. The claims of these sisters does indeed match a pattern of other women coming forward with such shocking claims and writing such books. The rudiments of all these accounts are constant: That their families had associations with “untraditional religious practices” as they are referred to in this book, that the children were used to participate in certain rites of the weird religious cult, and that at some point a deal was brokered between the cult and U.S. spy agencies for the abduction of the children, then the children were warehoused, tortured, brainwashed, had their personalities split into multiples, then in their young teenaged years the girls would travel the world at a moment’s notice on behalf of “national security” in order to kill and seduce foreign and domestic officials and liabilities, they would fly advanced weaponry helicopters and perform ninja-esque martial arts, they would meet with U.S. presidents, meet with CIA chiefs (now THAT I could actually believe), and have super-human strength and agility and then, when the proper trigger word is spoken by their mind-control handler, they become regular teenaged girls again and go home and go to bed, presumably with some kind of plush, fluffy teddy bear or whatever.
 
I am still trying to figure out why no “conventional” soldiers–or  nobody at all–have ever come forward and started asking questions along the lines of, “Who the hell are all these prepubescent young girls who are flying all these Blackhawk helicopters, where did THEY come from?” etc.
 
No, I do not believe all the claims in this book, nor do I believe all the claims in the others. Yes, I do believe some of this, however; especially the foundation of it, the basics: The whole MKULTRA-Satanic Cult Nexus thing. There is probably much to that. But once we get into the graphic, grandiose details of the flashbacks these women say they are having, then I do not know how the public can accept and trust in their veracity and still maintain any grasp on factual reality at all. God help the women (and men?) who have suffered and are suffering from having been used as child-guinea pigs in America’s Nazi Medical Experiments, i.e., MKULTRA, MKMonarch, and others. I do not know what else can be said of it all.

Rating: Δ
6/2014

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PROGRAMMED TO KILL by Dave McGowan

Author McGowan is a naturally gifted writer. He also shows himself to be an assiduous researcher here. McGowan examines the modern American phenomenon of “serial killers” in America, and he conducts his examination under the thesis that in nearly every–if not every–case, the infamous so-called “serial killer” was either a patsie taking the rap to protect a much larger, well organized evil, or else was only a one sadistic monster taking the rap to protect a much larger organization of sadistic monsters.

McGowan, harrowingly enough, would seem to prove his thesis in spades.

He shows how all of the big-name serial murderers or pedophiles were in some way mind-controlled, the controllers being intelligence operatives and/or satanic cults. McGowan further shows how, in every case, the trials which sent the sadistic stooges to prison and/or to the executioner were ridiculously flimsy “railroad jobs.” The obvious and ominous implication here is that the justice system itself is involved in the coverup.

But it goes higher than that: McGowan shows how the FBI is also involved in the coverup. Indeed, the FBI’s vaunted system of “serial killer profiling” is revealed by McGowan to be strongly suggestive of a bogus propaganda story to divert public attention away from the fact that organized, occultic gangs of socially well-placed pedophiles and murderers exist in every state. McGowan makes a compelling case in his conjecture that there is a connection between the proliferation of “serial killers” in the U.S. during and after the 1960s, and the CIA’s “Operation Phoenix” program which was employed to terroriz the Vietnamese during the Vietnam War.

The book has only three minor flaws–though one of them, depending upon whether or not the reader is an Orwellian stickler for linguistic detail or not, might be considered egregious: In his narration, every time McGowan refers to a “child” or to “children,” he uses the words “kid” or “kids” (and in a book largely about violent pedophiles he uses these a lot). This might be considered nitpicking; however, when one stops to consider what the word “kid” actually means–a baby goat–and then attaches that thought to the fact that McGowan is documenting the hellacious activities of occultic gangs whose satanic symbolism, let’s face it, often features the head of a goat, it must be contemplated that the author himself is inadvertently slipping into the sloppy habit of using the degenerate language of the very scumbags he is seeking to expose.

The other two (though very minor) flaws in the book occur when McGowan makes passing references to A) the investigative work of Ken and James Collier in exposing widespread election fraud in America, and then later to B) the Clinton impeachment hearings. In both references, McGowan uncharacteristically adopts a “mainstream” mindset, seemingly automatically dismissing these as either mere conspiracy theory in the case of the former, or a substance-less witch hunt in the case of the latter. This reader has read the book with resulted from the investigative work of the Collier brothers (Votescam) and found it compelling indeed; likewise this reader has read enough about the nefarious activities of Bill Clinton to be more than mildly peeved that McGowan would adopt the “mainstream liberal” line of giving Clinton–or any U.S. president, for that matter–a pass. Coming as it does in the middle of a book in which the author is trying to show that real evil in habitually concealed in high places in America, and especially is it concealed under the color of law, McGowan’s attitude of “there’s nothing to see here” concerning the whole Clinton fiasco seemed strange and out of place indeed.

Nevertheless, these flaws are minor indeed compared to the preponderance of stunning and stylistically written revelations in this work. This book should, and in all likelihood will, scare the hell out of anybody.

Rating: Δ Δ Δ Δ Δ
5/2010

PROGRAMMED TO KILL by Dave McGowan

Author McGowan is a naturally gifted writer. He also shows himself to be an assiduous researcher here. McGowan examines the modern American phenomenon of “serial killers” in America, and he conducts his examination under the thesis that in nearly every–if not every–case, the infamous so-called “serial killer” was either a patsie taking the rap to protect a much larger, well organized evil, or else a mind-controlled MKUltra-type taking the rap to protect a much larger, well organized evil: either way, the elite instigators of all the murderous mayhem get off scot-free.

McGowan, harrowingly enough, proves his thesis in spades.
He shows how all of the big-name serial murderers or pedophiles were in some way mind-controlled, the controllers being intelligence operatives and/or satanic cults. McGowan further shows how, in every case, the trials which sent the sadistic stooges to prison and/or to the executioner were ridiculously flimsy “railroad jobs.” The obvious and ominous implication here is that the justice system itself is involved in the coverup.

But it goes higher than that: McGowan shows how the FBI is also involved in the coverup. Indeed, the FBI’s vaunted system of “serial killer profiling” is revealed by McGowan to be strongly suggestive of a bogus propaganda story to divert public attention away from the fact that organized, occultic gangs of socially well-placed pedophiles and murderers exist in every state. McGowan makes a compelling case in his conjecture that there is a connection between the proliferation of “serial killers” in the U.S. during and after the 1960s, and the CIA’s “Operation Phoenix” program which was employed to terrorize the Vietnamese during the Vietnam War.

The book has only three minor flaws–though one of them, depending upon whether or not the reader is an Orwellian stickler for linguistic detail or not, might be considered egregious: In his narration, every time McGowan refers to a “child” or to “children,” he uses the words “kid” or “kids” (and in a book largely about violent pedophiles he uses these a lot). This might be considered nitpicking; however, when one stops to consider what the word “kid” actually means–a baby goat–and then attaches that thought to the fact that McGowan is documenting the hellacious activities of occultic gangs whose satanic symbolism, let’s face it, often features the head of a goat, it must be contemplated that the author himself is inadvertently slipping into the sloppy habit of using the degenerate language of the very patsies whose elite controllers he is seeking to expose.

The other two (though very minor) flaws in the book occur when McGowan makes passing references to A) the investigative work of Ken and James Collier in exposing widespread election fraud in America, and then later to B) the Clinton impeachment hearings. In both references, McGowan uncharacteristically adopts a “mainstream” mindset, seemingly automatically dismissing these as either mere conspiracy theory in the case of the former, or a substanceless witch hunt in the case of the latter. This reader has read the book with resulted from the investigative work of the Collier brothers (Votescam) and found it compelling and substantive indeed; likewise this reader has read enough about the nefarious activities of Bill Clinton to be more than mildly peeved that McGowan would adopt the “mainstream liberal” line of giving Clinton–or any U.S. president, for that matter–a pass. Coming as it does in the middle of a book in which the author is trying to show that real evil is habitually concealed in high places in America, and especially is it concealed under the color of law, McGowan’s attitude of “there’s nothing to see here” concerning the whole Clinton fiasco seemed strange and out of place indeed.

Nevertheless, these flaws are minor indeed compared to the preponderance of stunning and stylistically written revelations in this work. This book should, and in all likelihood will, scare the hell out of anybody.

Rating: Δ Δ Δ Δ Δ

PROPAGANDA by Edward Bernays

REVIEW: You’ve Gotta Be Kidding Me–This Guy Wrote This in the 1920′s!?

This astonishing little book, written back in the 1920′s, was the product of the sick and arrogant mind of the nephew of Sigmund Freud, Edward Bernays. That kind of a bloodline ought to tell you something. Clearly a lifelong media-mogul elitist who never had to work an honest day’s work in his life, Bernays calls for the manufacturing of public opinion via his beloved medium, the mainstream media, for the betterment of society–for both the ruling elite, and the dumbed-down cattle-like masses of common folk. In short, he calls for brainwashing, for you and me. Again, this is back in the 1920′s.
Before television. It is critically important to remember that, because, if this 1920′s media-manipulating elitist can seriously call for the methodical indoctrination of populations in order to better make up their minds for them–because after all we common folk are just idiots without the help of our rulers–then can you imagine what the media-controlling elites think they can do “for our own good” now that they have the weapon of television to use against us??!!

This 1920′s book remains a wake up call for us today. The cockiness, the arrogant style with which Bernays nonchalantly writes, would be laughable if it wasn’t for the fact that guys like him were in positions of power back then, and guys like him remain in positions of power today. For this elitist Bernays to write this book so as to sugarcoat the word “propaganda”–as he specifically states at the beginning of his book–is galling. And again, it is worth repeating (because it is the best reason for sitting down and forcing yourself to read this book for yourself, as I did): It is chilling to think what the contollers of today’s media think of us contemporary commoners, we hapless partakers in their perniciously persuasive products, if they could be this headlong arrogant and magisterial way back in the 1920′s.

Rating: Δ Δ Δ Δ
5/2007

HAARP: ULTIMATE WEAPON OF THE CONSPIRACY by Jerry E. Smith

REVIEW: Must Read (but beware of the Acronyms)

I don’t mind the fact that so much of this book is conjecture: on a reality the specifics of which the gov’t keeps hidden, that’s all we’re left with is conjecture much of the time. So that’s okay, and the author does a fine job of including facts where he can.
This is a book that needs to be read if only for potentialities, not for what we already know.

My only complaint about this book is the author’s annoying affinity for ACRONYMS. The guys loves them, and he bombards the reader with them, till the reader’s head is swimming, then drowning, in acronym after acronym. Other authors dealing with like subjects which deal with a lot of acronyms will break up the monotony by sometimes going to the trouble of writing out the whole phrase once in a while. Not this author. Once this author introduces another acronym, you’d better remember it or have your acronym key handy, otherwise you’ll start to sink, because you will never again be reminded what the heck this or that gov’t agency acronym stands for. So good luck.

That complaint said, this is a book which ought to be read to better find out what nefarious chicaneries our gov’t might be up to now.

Rating: Δ Δ Δ Δ
8/2005

PSYCHIC DICTATORSHIP IN THE U.S.A. by Alex Constantine

REVIEW: Brilliant, but for the “Leftist” bias…

I find the information in this well-written book to be compelling, fascinating, believable, and sickening. Constantine is on the money. I just have one complaint: as an obvious “Leftist,” he constantly harps against “ultra-Right” nefarious personages, while he never once refers to anyone as “ultra-Left”. It is sad to see that a guy as wise as Constantine still, as of 1995 at least, had not been able to think outside the “left/right” box that the Establishment has us all in. I mean, if it is so difficult for someone as intuitive as Constantine to take his eyes off the shell game and focus on the guy shifting the shells, what chance do most of the rest of us regular folk have of not being so hypnotized? Look, folks, fellow Americans, we need to realize: It ain’t about “left/right” anymore; those old differences should now be placed firmly in the background, because BOTH sides are controlled by the same evil elites, taking us down the road to global dictatorship.

Rating: Δ Δ Δ Δ

TRANCE:FORMATION OF AMERICA by Cathy O’Brien

REVIEW: Without Concrete References, They Can’t and Shouldn’t Expect Anyone to Believe This

As the esteemed researcher Antony Sutton once observed about this book, it is a work wholly void of any concrete proofs whatsoever. O’Brien claims to have been a mind-control victim her entire life, that she had a gov’t “handler” who programmed her to be used by HIGH-ranking U.S. gov’t officials for various assignments, the vast majority of which are too despicably lewd to mention aloud or to write down on paper. We have heard this many times before from other so-called “presidential models” who keep emerging and trying to blow the whistle, people like Candy Jones, Kathleen Sullivan, Brice Taylor, and Annie McKenna. So this stuff is out there, these vile occultic MK-Ultra and Monarch program black-ops. And Christians above all other people should not hide their heads in the sand and immediately go into “willful ignorance” mode over this stuff, because Christians above all other people should know–if they are studying their Bibles–that the Enemy is very real, and that this world is his playground, and that until Jesus comes back to sweep him away, the Devil’s power and deviant malice are going to wax very, very strong for a time. So I have no doubt that some things in this book by O’Brien and Phillips are going on somewhere in gov’t today.

In addition, I must admit, the descriptions of the personalities of the respective debauched politicians in this account ring uncannily true.

That said, however, there are again NO concrete proofs in this book. NONE. No references whatsoever. The entire book is the result of what O’Brien recalls via hypnotic sessions with her new “handler,” this man Phillips, who just doesn’t seem to be an honest man, frankly. He is very polished, smooth-talking, smooth-writing–and with his previous gov’t intelligence ties, one cannot help but wonder if poor Cathy O’Brien isn’t still being somehow used. Phillips never does sufficiently explain his emotional interest in O’Brien. And his divorce from his previous wife just seemed a little too convenient, and all of this was briefly and glibly explained away.

Look, we can’t go around placing too much trust in books which offer no factual references. All it takes is once–one unwarranted placement of trust–for a person or a movement to lose all credibility. That shouldn’t even have to be said.

So if the horribly debauched, despicably evil events which are described in this book really did happen to Ms. O’Brien, then my heart goes out to her. But until she and this Phillips guy could gather together some kind of concrete proof to support their claims, they just should have shut up about it, and stop expecting others to believe it. Pretend this is a court of law, for a change: Give us the evidence, not just reveries.

Rating: Δ Δ
4/2007

THE FRANKLIN COVERUP by John DeCamp

REVIEW: Ultimate Hopelessness apart from Jesus Christ

The most disturbing book you will ever read.
Guaranteed.
This will shatter your faith in the United States (if it wasn’t already); this will shatter your faith in human government; look, this book might shatter you, at least for a period of time until you recuperate, and that’s all we’re gonna say.
Consider yourself warned.

Rating: Δ Δ Δ Δ Δ
5/2007

HARVARD AND THE UNABOMBER by Alston Chase

REVIEW: Fighting the Commies by Destroying Young American Minds

During the so-called “Cold War” there was a frenzy of CIA-backed projects in what came to be known in popular culture as “mind control.” Official titles for some of these projects were: Operation Bluebird, Pandora, Artichoke, and the infamous MK-Ultra Project. Of course, also driving these projects was a bunch of Nazi doctors that were brought over to the U.S. after WWII. But hey, this was all being done to “defend the free world,” so it was said. The whole Red Scare thing. After all, the Soviets might have mind control, so we’d better have it too. This party line, of course, can only be swallowed if you haven’t read Antony Sutton and have become aware of the fact that the Bolsheviks were funded right from the start, and then continually there on out, by international financiers operating out of Wall Street.
But if you know about Sutton and what he proved in his many books, then you have to conclude that the “Cold War,” and these bizarre and amoral experiments in mind control, were about something else.
Maybe it was just about control.

Author Alston Chase gives us the historical background behind Ted Kaczynski, what he was like as a young man, then compares it to how his personality disintegrated when he became the notorious “Unabomber.” What we find is a gifted and guileless young college student, a brainiac nerd if you will, from a secularist middle-class American family, who, upon entering into Harvard University makes the mistake of volunteering to be the subject (read that, “guinea pig”) of an amoral psychiatric experimentation led by controversial psychiatrist Henry A. Murray. Apparently, the things which young Kaczynski and the other hapless volunteer victims were subjected to were degrading and rather grueling. Chase makes the salient point that some of the other students, though probably deleteriously affected by Murray’s methods of playing “head games” with his subjects, were nonetheless better able to endure it than Kaczynski because Kaczynski’s home life, stemming from his parents, was unsettling and totally ungrounded in any kind of spiritual awareness. In any case, young Ted Kaczynski cracked. It would be years before he would go south and morph into the Unabomber, but Chase maintains that he was clearly never quite the same since his Harvard days.

Interestingly, however, the later Kaczynski, the Unabomber Kaczynski, never evinced much animosity toward his old Harvard alma mater, while he did evince a lot of it towards everything from Berkeley U. (where he would go on to teach), to his own mother, to modern materialist society in general. But for researchers into this recent and already macabre history of mind control, this would not automatically refute Chase’s theory, because this is a field of shadows, where nothing is true and everything is true, and what’s true one day may not be true the next, and the bottom line is, when you’re talking about mind control, you’re talking about hypnosis gone bad, and it could very well be that Kaczynski, if he did get a bad dose of psychosis from the Harvard U. boys, could very well have been programmed to “forgive and forget.” Hey, this is mind control. That’s why they call it that. Read some of the works of Peter Levenda or Alex Constantine if you think I’m lying.

I should add that Alston Chase is a very savvy writer. That combined with the compelling and obscure history lesson on how one almost-regular guy goes completely haywire all over society makes this a book which turns its own pages. You won’t want to put it down. The only thing is, the reader is never quite sure whether the depraved experimentation Kaczynski was exposed to at Harvard was or was not an actual component of operation whatever, operation something something, or whether it was just this twisted sicko Henry A. Murray’s way of getting a few laughs for himself at other’s expense. But intriguingly, Murray’s “studies” were conducted at the same time as other intelligence-backed mind control projects were occurring all across the country, and Canada. (Note: Can any non-TV watcher really doubt that they are not still currently happening?) Also, the descriptions of the methods employed by Murray don’t sound all that different from the descriptions which have been gleaned by outside researchers of these other more notorious Nazi-led American mind control programs. Not as brutal, maybe, but at least as manipulative. How this guy Murray, who was publically recognized as an exhibitionistic sexual sadist even in his own day, could ever be allowed to put on a whitecoat and play “authority figure” over impressionable, shatterable young minds is 100% galling, and is something that only God is going to be able to sort out someday.

Rating: Δ Δ Δ Δ Δ
5/2007

UNSHACKLED by Kathleen Sullivan

REVIEW: Utterly Petrifying
If but a fraction of Kathleen Sullivan’s claims are true, then this book is tied with The Franklin Coverup for Most Disturbing Book Ever Written; if all of Ms. Sullivan’s claims are true, then it easily is the most disturbing. It covers the same harrowing territory as Cathy O’Brien’s Tranceformation of America only, frighteningly enough, this is slightly more believable than O’Brien’s account–which, it must be admitted, might not be saying much; unlike O’Brien’s celebrity namesdroppings to go with all the bonzo-salaciousness, there is much to this account which smacks of something which couldn’t just be “made up.” Then again, there’s also a lot of stuff that could have been made up. God only knows.

Pray for Ms. Sullivan, pray for this nation, pray for this world, pray for a slumbering, anesthetized Church with its head firmly buried in the sand.

Rating: Δ Δ Δ Δ
12/2007