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Mind Controlled Sex Slaves and the CIA

Mind Controlled Sex Slaves and the CIA
Catalog # SKU1993
Publisher InnerLight/Global
Weight 1.00 lbs
Author Name TracyTwyman & Nick Redfern
 
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Mind Controlled Sex Slaves
and the CIA


By
Tracy R. Twyman
Nick Redfern

Within the annals of research into conspiracy-theories, there is perhaps no more emotive term than that of "mind-control." Indeed, mention those two words to anyone who is even remotely aware of the term and it will invariably and inevitably (and wholly justifiably, too!) provoke imagery and comments pertaining to political assassinations, dark and disturbing CIA chicanery, sexual-slavery, secret government projects - and even alien abductions, and subliminal advertising on the part of the world's media and advertising agencies.

TRACY: How do they go about programming these people?

TED: It's a combination of torture, hypnosis, drugs. And what happens is, they torture them so much, that their personality splits in order to endure the pain and misery. When their personality splits, they became another person, and it's through this technique that they train them. Then in training they make it so that they can give them a trigger word, say "green," or "red," or pick up the phone and call them. And they have an assignment to go out and do something like, say, go out and do a hit, or something like that. That's kind of a layman's definition of it, but that's the way it works.

Excerpt 1- Nick Redfern

Within the annals of research into conspiracy-theories, there is perhaps no more emotive term than that of "mind-control." Indeed, mention those two words to anyone who is even remotely aware of the term and it will invariably and inevitably (and wholly justifiably, too!) provoke imagery and comments pertaining to political assassinations, dark and disturbing CIA chicanery, sexual-slavery, secret government projects - and even alien abductions, and subliminal advertising on the part of the world's media and advertising agencies.

Yes: the specter of mind-control is one that has firmly worked its ominous way into numerous facets of modern-day society. And it has been doing so for years. Consider, for example, the following.

"I can hypnotize a man, without his knowledge or consent, into committing treason against the United States," asserted Dr George Estabrooks, PH.D, and chairman of the Department of Psychology at Colgate University, way back in 1942, and before a select group of personnel attached to the United States' War Department.

Estabrooks added: "Two hundred trained foreign operators, working in the United States, could develop a uniquely dangerous army of hypnotically controlled Sixth Columnists."

Estabrooks' piece-de-resistance, however, was to capitalize on an ingenious plan that had been postulated as far back as the First World War.

As he explained:

"During World War One, a leading psychologist made a startling proposal to the navy. He offered to take a submarine steered by a captured U-boat captain, placed under his hypnotic control, through enemy mine fields to attack the German fleet. Washington nixed the stratagem as too risky. First, because there was no disguised method by which the captain's mind could be outflanked. Second, because today's technique of day-by-day breaking down of ethical conflicts brainwashing was still unknown.

"The indirect approach to hypnotism would, I believe, change the navy's answer today. Personally, I am convinced that hypnosis is a bristling, dangerous armament which makes it doubly imperative to avoid the war of tomorrow."

Excerpt 2 - Tracy R. Twyman

It is well-known now in most literate circles, from declassified documents available through the Freedom of Information Act, that the CIA engaged in a number of covert experiments in mind control, often on unwitting subjects, throughout the 50s, 60s, and 70s as part of a program known as MK-ULTRA. Thus, for example, we have the familiar stories of soldiers in Vietnam being subjected to involuntary testing of the effects of L.S.D. and other drugs on battlefield performance. MK-ULTRA had its roots in Project PAPERCLIP, a post-WWII operation authorized by Harry Truman, in which top scientists from Nazi Germany were smuggled into the United States to work with NASA, the military, and the intelligence community. Their newly acquired knowledge of mind control techniques had come from their experiments on prisoners in Nazi concentration camps, in which, according to experts, they learned of the effects of the calculated use of torture, drugs, hypnotism, electroshock, and sleep deprivation on an individual personality.

According to some, the result was found to be a fragmenting of the personality into separate components which are unaware of one another, creating what is known today as "Multiple Personality Disorder," or by the more recent, clinically-accepted term, "Dissociative Identity Disorder." The individual personality components could then be programmed to perform certain tasks, much like a computer. According to former FBI agent and mind control expert Ted Gunderson: "It's a combination of torture, hypnosis, drugs. And what happens is, they torture them so much, that their personality splits in order to endure the pain and misery. When their personality splits, they [become] another person, and it's through this technique that they train them." Such techniques could, says Gunderson, create Manchurian candidates, unwitting agents of espionage who could courier sensitive messages and even commit assassinations against their will, without any recollection of these events.

For instance, consider the case of Candy Jones, a popular New York pin-up model who one day suddenly recovered repressed memories of having been used as a hypnotic courier for the government (i.e., mind control.) As most forms of hypnosis usually do, mind control training involves the use of "Neuro-Linguistic Programming," teaching the brain to associate certain words or sounds with the performance of certain actions, both mental and physical. Under this definition, teaching your dog to "roll over" on command is Neuro-Linguistic Programming, although a more covert method would involve training him to roll over every time you said "ice cream," and then to forget about the whole event as soon as you snap your fingers.

Although clearly unethical, such practices were justified by the CIA under the belief that the Soviets, America's new arch-enemy, already possessed such covert weaponry of the mind. Former Nebraska State Senator John DeCamp, author of the book The Franklin Cover-Up , recalls a conversation with Former CIA Director William Colby regarding the subject. "What he --- [said] --- was [that] after the Korean War, the American CIA and the American government, in fact, were very terrified. We believed that the ability of other countries, particularly China, Russia, North Korea --- their ability in "brainwashing," as it was known at the time, and mind control was developed to such a degree --- you can imagine how dangerous that was, and we decided we couldn't afford to be behind. For the very salvation of the country we had to catch up. And so millions and billions were poured into these programs --- He said, 'I'll tell you one thing, John. When all is said and done, we were never behind, and we aren't today.'"

Indeed, according to many self-proclaimed victims of mind control, we are well ahead of the game today, and most say the CIA's motivation was never strictly "for the good of the country." For instance, consider the rumored existence of "Project MONARCH," the alleged offshoot of MK-ULTRA designed to create legions of so-called "mind-controlled sex slaves" for use by the rich and powerful. According to conspiracy theorist Fritz Springmeier, the project was called MONARCH after the butterfly of the same name. Training begins in early childhood, when, he says "Children who are traumatized have their legs tied and are electro-shocked and tortured until the alters (personalities) believe they are butterflies." The whole program is based on the "Marionette Programming" purportedly perfected in Nazi Germany with the same aim as MONARCH, in which sex slaves were created who believed themselves to be puppets ("marionettes") controlled by cruel masters.

The value of a mind-controlled sex slave is multi-faceted. For one thing, they can be used to satisfy the perversions of people in positions of power without jeopardizing that power, since a person under mind control is not likely to expose the event to public scrutiny. Furthermore, these encounters can be videotaped for the purpose of blackmailing public officials and businessmen should they at any time step out of line, or do anything to endanger the intelligence community's global plan. (Some people who purport the existence of Project MONARCH might also believe that the CIA is under the control of the Illuminati "New World Order" conspiracy of global domination.)

Then there is the financial aspect. A sex slave can be prostituted from childhood on to wealthy individuals who will pay large sums of money for the experience. They can also be used in child pornography to be sold on the global market. Many MONARCH "survivors" claim that unwanted, expendable sex slaves are picked to star in the most controversial pictures of all--snuff films, the existence of which has yet to be proven according to the FBI. The slaves are also, say the stories, used as drug mules for the CIA's secret trafficking of illegal substances.

The money derived from these black market transactions of drugs and sex is used, they say, to fund the CIA's many top secret and under-budgeted black operations, as well as to line the pockets of the perpetrators. Potential slaves are chosen for their genetic propensity for suggestibility, hypnotizability, dissociation, and high intelligence. In the past ten years or more, a number of these so-called "survivors" have "recovered" their memories and come forward about their past abuse at the hands of the government. Many have written books, such as Brice Taylor's Thanks for the Memories: The Truth Has Set Me Free, Annie McKenna's Paperclip Dolls, and Cathy O'Brien's The TRANCE Formation of America . Of these, Cathy O'Brien is perhaps the most well-known.


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