Cathy O’Brien – Mk Ultra Mind Control Victim (Granada Forum 1996)

Longer version including Mark Phillips (first 37 minutes): Cathy O’Brien Mark Phillips MKULTRA Survivor Granada Forum

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TRANCE: Mind Control And Human Slavery – The Cathy O’Brien Story (2022 Full Documentary)

Cathy O’Brien was sold into Project Monarch, one of the 149 known sub-projects of the CIA’S MK ULTRA Experiments that began in 1953. These secret programs were initiated by governing jurisdictions in an effort to understand and utilize mind control to further another agenda. Being a victim of the elite’s Monarch Program. as a slave Cathy was exposed to many world leaders at the national and international levels.

Through her rescue and healing process, she was able to reclaim the memories of what she witnessed while under mind control. Her story provides insight into how we’ve been controlled in the past, where we are going as a nation and how to reclaim personal and collective sovereignty. This is her story. This is our story.

1:10:14 Face masks

For more information visit Cathy O’Brien’s Website – www.trance-formation.com

Her entire book, online: TRANCE Formation Of America True Life Story Of A Mind Control Slave 1995 Cathy O’ Brien

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Brain Scan Research Proves Men’s and Women’s Brains are Wired Differently — Men are more LOGICAL and better at coordination and spatial awareness. Women are more INTUITIVE, have greater ’emotional intelligence’ and better memories for words and faces

The study: Sex differences in the structural connectome of the human brain – Madhura Ingalhalikar, Alex Smith, Drew Parker, Theodore D. Satterthwaite, Mark A. Elliott, Kosha Ruparel, Hakon Hakonarson, Raquel E. Gur, Ruben C. Gur, and Ragini Verma, December 2, 2013

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From: Daily Mail

Men’s and women’s brains: the truth! As research proves the sexes’ brains ARE wired differently, why women’s are cleverer ounce for ounce – and men can’t read female feelings

  • Differences between the sexes are profound
  • Men generally have more connections within each hemisphere
  • In women the stronger links run from side to side between them
  • This means men are more logical and better at coordination
  • Women are more intuitive and have greater ‘emotional intelligence’

John Naish

4 December 2013

Women’s and men’s brains are wired in fundamentally different ways.

Neurologists used magnetic resonance imaging (radio-wave scans that produce detailed images of the inside of the body) to study the brains of almost 1,000 volunteers. …

Men generally have more connections within each hemisphere and between the front and back of the brain.

In women the stronger connections usually run from side to side, between the left and right hemispheres.

In essence, what this means is that men are more logical and better at coordination and spatial awareness. Women are more intuitive, have greater ‘emotional intelligence’ and better memories for words and faces.

Female vs. male brain networks: Men have more connections within each hemisphere and between the front and back of the brain

Continue reading “Brain Scan Research Proves Men’s and Women’s Brains are Wired Differently — Men are more LOGICAL and better at coordination and spatial awareness. Women are more INTUITIVE, have greater ’emotional intelligence’ and better memories for words and faces”

Dissociative Identity Disorder with Dr. Warwick Middleton, MD | The Nick Bryant Podcast

Warwick Middleton, MD, is a psychiatrist and a professor at the School of Medicine at the University of Queensland. He is the Director of the Trauma and Dissociation Unit, Belmont Hospital is in Brisbane Queensland, Australia. Dr. Middleton is a former president of the International Society for the Study of Trauma and Dissociation. Today, I interview him about his extensive knowledge and experience treating Dissociative Identity Disorder, Sigmund Freud’s disavowal of DID, and the controversy surrounding The False Memory Syndrome Foundation. Continue reading “Dissociative Identity Disorder with Dr. Warwick Middleton, MD | The Nick Bryant Podcast”

Studies: Recent teen depression, suicide rates linked to COVID-19 school closures

Studies: Recent teen depression, suicide rates linked to COVID-19 school closures

Daily Mining Gazette May 7, 2022

A report released on March 31 by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (https:// www.cdc.gov/media/releases/2022/p0331-youth-mental-health-covid-19.html) states that according to the new data, in 2021, more than a third (37%) of high school students reported they experienced poor mental health during the COVID-19 pandemic, and 44% reported they persistently felt sad or hopeless during the past year. The new analyses also describe some of the severe challenges youth encountered during the pandemic: Continue reading “Studies: Recent teen depression, suicide rates linked to COVID-19 school closures”

Low Vitamin D Linked to Depressed Teens – Simple Solution to a Very Big Problem — Many put on antidepressants instead

1:50 “This is a very simple solution to a very big problem. Unfortunately, a lot of kids are put on antidepressant medication, when I think they should just take some vitamin D.”

DATA: Depressed adolescents in a case-series were low in vitamin D and depression was ameliorated by vitamin D supplementation
https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/22372…

A study I read recently talked about how vitamin D levels could be linked to depressed teens. A few symptoms linked to a vitamin D deficiency are sadness, hopelessness, loss of interest, loss of concentration, and even thoughts of suicide.

Potential causes of a vitamin D deficiency in teens:
Not getting enough sun
• Not consuming enough vegetables (not enough magnesium)
• Snacking (insulin resistance blocks vitamin D)
• A high carb diet (fructose blocks vitamin D)
Obesity (increases the need for vitamin D)
Darker skin blocks vitamin D absorption

Other symptoms of a vitamin D deficiency:
• Achy joints
• Low back pain
• Lethargy
• Insomnia
• Anxiety

Natural remedies:
Vitamin D (10,000 IUs)
• Magnesium
• Vitamin K2

Continue reading “Low Vitamin D Linked to Depressed Teens – Simple Solution to a Very Big Problem — Many put on antidepressants instead”

Mark McDonald: United States Of Fear – Psychiatrist Explains in 6 Minutes

Dr. Mark McDonald is a child and adult psychiatrist and author of his book, “United States of Fear”, that says we’ve been abusing children with the mask mandates for the last two years. All the restrictions and priming of subordination and obedience has been allowed because of our fear for COVID. None of it truly means anything about medicine and is merely a means to ensure compliance from the general public.

Apr 16, 2022

The False Memory Syndrome Foundation with Ashley Conway, PHD | The Nick Bryant Podcast

I started studying how mind-control works late last century, when I discovered the globalists have been using it to take down America. Child sexual abuse is a key component in mind-control, since many of those abused disassociate in order to minimize the trauma.

Many founders of psychology were abused themselves, and then became abusers, so their theories have covered up the problems more than solved them.

Psychology also never considers how demons affect people emotionally, and how demons drive all types of lust and are probably involved in all psychosis that they’re trying to say are “normal” now.

Psychology tried to downplay child sexual abuse and mind-control, inventing the false memory syndrome excuse. Talmudists need to destroy US society to bring in their NWO and “messiah.” They invented and control modern psychology.

Author Nick Bryant has been documenting how sexual abuse in America, including its use to blackmail many US politicians and famous people.

I highly recommend his video podcasts, which just started this year!

Continue reading “The False Memory Syndrome Foundation with Ashley Conway, PHD | The Nick Bryant Podcast”

CDC: 25% of girls, 8% of boys sexually abused in US — “Numbers underestimate… Many children never report child sexual abuse”

From: cdc.gov

Fast Facts: Preventing Child Sexual Abuse

Many children wait to report or never report child sexual abuse. Therefore, the numbers below likely underestimate the true impact of the problem. Although estimates vary across studies, the research shows:

  • About 1 in 4 girls and 1 in 13 boys in the United States experience child sexual abuse.
  • Someone known and trusted by the child or child’s family members, perpetrates 91% of child sexual abuse.
  • The total lifetime economic burden of child sexual abuse in the United States in 2015 was estimated to be at least $9.3 billion.

‘Emotional Blunting’ & Antidepressants: Blunting All Feelings to Blunt Depression – Studies

An emotional inertness in which you are neither able to cry nor share a real belly laugh

Feeling distant or detached

Feeling less empathy for others

Emotional Blunting: Causes, Symptoms & Treatment

By Nancy Schimelpfening Updated on November 09, 2021
Medically reviewed by Rachel Goldman, PhD, FTOS

When first starting antidepressants, you may suddenly find that you don’t feel like yourself anymore. Though your depression symptoms may have improved, the overwhelming waves of gloom can sometimes be replaced by an emotional inertness in which [you] are neither able to cry nor share a real belly laugh.

If you feel this way, you are definitely not alone. In fact, there’s a term used to describe this feeling—called emotional blunting—which aptly captures the dulled emotional state many people experience while on antidepressants.

Symptoms of Emotional Blunting

Emotional blunting means that your feelings and emotions are so dulled that you neither feel up nor down. You simply feel “blah.” People who experience emotional blunting will often report:

  • Being less able to laugh or cry even when appropriate
  • Feeling less empathy for others[1]
  • Loss of motivation and drive[2]
  • Not being able to respond with the same level of enjoyment that you normally would

Continue reading “‘Emotional Blunting’ & Antidepressants: Blunting All Feelings to Blunt Depression – Studies”

Studies: Women on the pill choose less masculine, wealthy men they can dominate

Related: An Entire Generation of Women on Birth Control – Really Graceful

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Facial masculinity was assessed by having the faces rated by a separate sample of participants. What they found was that pill-taking women not only prefer somewhat less masculine male faces; they are also more likely to choose such men as partners.

…pill-taking women exhibit less activity in the reward centers of the brain when looking at masculine faces, but more activity in these centers in response to monetary rewards.

Is Sexy in the Eye of the Pill-Taker?

By Sarah E. Hill
February 10, 2020

Most of us are probably aware that the birth control pill can cause women to experience “sexual side effects,” but did you know that the pill might also influence who women are attracted to? And even who they choose as partners and their likelihood of staying married? Continue reading “Studies: Women on the pill choose less masculine, wealthy men they can dominate”

The Extreme Abuse Survey with Dr. Ellen Lacter, Ph.D | The Nick Bryant Podcast

#Dr. Ewen Cameron #Harvey Weinstein’s father #ritual abuse #mind control

Smartphones & computers make child porn available. Prior, films had to be sent through the Post Office.

Bitcoin makes payment confidential.
Increased during Covid.

CDC says 25% of women are molested as minors, which Nick Bryant says is a ‘conservative estimate.’ And almost 20% of boys — “1 in 6 or 1 in 5,” says  Lacter. [CDC says 1 in 4 girls and 1 in 13 boys: CDC: 25% of girls, 8% of boys sexually abused in US — “Numbers underestimate… Many children never report child sexual abuse”]

Prisons and psych hospitals are filled because of.

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Extreme Abuse Survey:
https://nickbryantnyc.com/eas

Child-Extreme Abuse Survey:
https://nickbryantnyc.com/c-eas

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Exhaustive Study Debunks Link Between “Chemical Imbalance” and Depression — The serotonin hypothesis

[In] a major new review of the research University College London Psychiatry Professor Joanna Moncrieff and a team of five other top European researchers found “there is no evidence of a connection between reduced serotonin levels or activity and depression.” The primary research indicates there is “no support for the hypothesis that depression is caused by lowered serotonin activity or concentrations.”

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World Affairs Brief, July 29, 2022 Commentary and Insights on a Troubled World.

Copyright Joel Skousen. Partial quotations with attribution permitted. Cite source as Joel Skousen’s World Affairs Brief (http://www.worldaffairsbrief.com).

DEBUNKING LINK BETWEEN DEPRESSION AND CHEMICAL IMBALANCE Continue reading “Exhaustive Study Debunks Link Between “Chemical Imbalance” and Depression — The serotonin hypothesis”

Psychology professor Mattias Desmet: HOW the world fell into Mass Formation through Covid

A. Loneliness is the root cause of mass formation.

B. Lack of meaning

C. Free-floating anxiety: people don’t know why they’re anxious

1.  Compelling narrative — gives them something to get behind

2. False perception of issue resolution
The solidarity with the collective is much stronger than with individuals — cold toward people. Paranoia, willingness to report anyone who doesn’t comply.
Hypnotized can’t focus on reality anymore.
Now, people are even more lonely and isolated.
Prepared for the next mass formation crisis.
They have a collective, heroic battle, and don’t want to wake up.
Continual data that confirmed their narrative’s validity, and censorship of data that exposed it kept them mind-controlled.
Only about 20-30% are deeply involved. 60-70% go along.
They believe it’s their ethical duty to destroy anyone who doesn’t participate in this new solidarity.

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“The masses have never thirsted after truth. They turn aside from evidence that is not to their taste…” – Gustave Le Bon

“The masses have never thirsted after truth. They turn aside from evidence that is not to their taste, preferring to deify error, if error seduce them. Whoever can supply them with illusions is easily their master; whoever attempts to destroy their illusions is always their victim. An individual in a crowd is a grain of sand amid other grains of sand, which the wind stirs up at will.”

― Gustave Le Bon

Global Report: 45% of People Have Not Felt True Happiness for More Than Two Years

It has been more than two years since many people last felt true happiness and they are searching for ways to be happy again, no matter the cost.

  • 45 percent of people have not felt true happiness for more than two years and 25 percent don’t know, or have forgotten, what it means to feel truly happy.
  • 88 percent are looking for new experiences to make them smile and laugh. People are prioritizing health (80 percent), personal connections (79 percent), and experiences (53 percent) to gain happiness.
  • More than half (53 percent) wish money could buy happiness, with 78 percent willing to pay a premium for true happiness.
  • 89 percent attempted to find happiness in online shopping during the pandemic…

STUDY

Report: States that legalized marijuana are seeing a rise in teen mental health disorders

States that have legalized marijuana have seen increasingly strong THC products and a rise in mental health issues among teenagers, a newly released nationwide study reports.

The Drug Free America Foundation authored the study, given first to The Center Square, which reports on “an association between adolescent cannabis use, the use of high potency cannabis products, and increased risk of psychosis.” …

“The research results presented in this study demonstrate that for each one percent increase in overall monthly cannabis use, self-reported major depression increased by 0.45 percent for adolescents and 0.21 percent for young adults,” the report said. “For every one percent increase in overall monthly cannabis use by young adults, severe mental illnesses increased by 0.12 percent and suicidal thoughts increased by 0.11 percent. Continue reading “Report: States that legalized marijuana are seeing a rise in teen mental health disorders”

Utah Ritual Abuse Case, What Is The “Kill Switch” w/ Jenny Marie Hatch #SurvivorStories

Mormon, Mormonism, LDS, Ted Gunderson FBI has provided cover

Lift The Veil on Rockfin: Nathan Stolpman

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Jenny Marie Hatch is a mother of five and new grandmother. She lives in Boulder, CO and writes a blog where she promotes individual health freedom and parental rights. She is also publishing daily updates about the ongoing case in Utah involving Satanic ritual abuse.

http://jennyhatch.substack.com

Download the documents at: https://healthyfamilies.life/2022/06/…

Continue reading “Utah Ritual Abuse Case, What Is The “Kill Switch” w/ Jenny Marie Hatch #SurvivorStories”

Nick Begich: Many of the left are first order thinkers — don’t consider unintended consequences

Related: Second Order Thinking & Why Its Important — Ask: “And then what…?”

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“So much of the left is first order thinkers — meaning they never get past step one. The goal is ‘hey, wouldn’t it be great if we were all equal?’ Therefore, they’ll print money and hand it out? They don’t get past that step. What’s the unintended consequences? What’s going to happen next? ‘Well, we don’t know. We just think this is a good social justice outcome.’ That’s the left.

It sounds good at the surface, and it completely breaks down when you move to the next step.” – Nick Begich at minute-33: Continue reading “Nick Begich: Many of the left are first order thinkers — don’t consider unintended consequences”

Second Order Thinking & Why Its Important — Ask: “And then what…?”

Second-Order Thinking And Why It Matters In Business

Second-order thinking is a means of assessing the implications of our decisions by considering future consequences. Second-order thinking is a mental model that considers all future possibilities. It encourages individuals to think outside of the box so that they can prepare for every and any eventuality. It also discourages the tendency for individuals to default to the most obvious choice.

In life and in business, it is tempting to prioritize decisions with small upside that provide instant gratification. This is often referred to as first-order thinking, which is simplistic and superficial by nature. First-order thinking does not consider the negative ramifications of a decision in the future.;…

Second-order thinking is a mental model that allows individuals to travel beyond their comfort zones and objectively analyze the consequences of future decisions. Continue reading “Second Order Thinking & Why Its Important — Ask: “And then what…?””

Book: ‘My Grandmother’s Hands: Racialized Trauma and the Pathway to Mending…’ — “He gets more aggressive and angry in tone as the book progresses”

My Grandmother’s Hands: Racialized Trauma and the Pathway to Mending Our Hearts and Bodies
by Resmaa Menakem (Author)

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This book is witchcraft! His so called Body Practice instructs you to “call up your dead ancestors!”
On page 53, Mencken leads you to call up your dead ancestors. No different than going to a seance or playing with a Ouija board! Pure witchcraft and unlike the 2 prior things I mentioned, he isn’t brave enough to call it what it is. He tries to trick you into it. Continue reading “Book: ‘My Grandmother’s Hands: Racialized Trauma and the Pathway to Mending…’ — “He gets more aggressive and angry in tone as the book progresses””