“If you wish to acquire something of your own, you must learn to steal.” – Gurdjieff
To understand how we live in an MK Ultra mind control culture, one must become familiar with these four tenets:
- Trauma based mind control to young children to engender multiple personality disorder and dissociation, that can then be programmed to be perfect sex slaves, spies or assassins. A basic primer on this entry level information can be on the CRIME page or by going to the “Ritual Abuse” tab in the Menu above.
- Finding and tracking down children or adults gifted with psy abilities such as remote viewing, telepathy or telekinesis and harnessing these powers for their own ends. The blueprint script for this can be found in my breakdown of Stephen King’s The Institute.
- The ability to manipulate the fabric of time. This may range from simply catching glimpses of probable futures through their remote-viewing victims, to something as mind boggling as actually resetting time, in small increments, to get redos when events don’t go their way. Donald Marshall says this is how they rig major sporting events and political moves, for one example. I retain a healthy skepticism here but am tracking the evidence nonetheless.
- The celebrity cloning centers. Also some skepticism. But I think what whistleblower DM revealed carries a kernel of truth, even if he might have skewed it to suit some other agenda. Cloning pops up again and again and DM’s testimony in this regard continues to stay relevant, even if I don’t trust him. Will continue tracking.
With these four keys in mind, as we poke our heads into Netflix or other streaming sites, as we see the latest Blockbuster film, or listen to the latest platinum album, we see a panoply of MK Ultra. Of course the masses cast it off as fantasy and sci-fi, but the ideas are planted in the subconscious anyway, and accepted without notice. Not only accepted, but enjoyed. Under the guise of ENTERTAINMENT (entrainment) the masses are actually lulled to sleep, into a trance, and give over their loosh, their positive energy, to the Dark Side. The natural collective energy of mankind is funneled into the wrong reservoir; the Christ energy becomes Antichrist energy. This is Black Magick.
We are all guilty of this, I know I’m no saint. It is very difficult to turn away from all of the pop media. I’ve enjoyed the work of certain authors, filmmakers or musicians that are most likely in the Illuminati.
But steps need to be made to detox from all of it. There are real victims out there, we need to be empathizing with them, giving them our energy, instead of mindlessly funnelling it into Dark Knight Jokers like Loki:
The trailer for the show “Loki” reveals that it is all about ruptured timelines.
Owen Wilson continues, “But Loki picked up the tesseract and broke reality.”
We see multiple branching timeline potentials diverging from the linear timeline. Now we’re harder to control, too many variables. Like in the film Push the elite cabal have “watchers” who catch glimpses of the future, but the future can change and so their glimpses are only estimates, probabilities.
But let’s talk about Horse Girl, a new movie on Netflix that panders to conspiracy theory. We see all the themes, MK Ultra, time travel, aliens…
Sarah is sort of drifting through life; a clerk at a crafts store, no close friends, mother died, never knew her father. History of mental illness in the family, we find later. Sarah sleepwalks, and does not remember it. Slowly her dream life starts to interfere with her waking life.
One night her roommates boyfriend gets up for a glass of water. He stumbles into Sarah sleepwalking. Notice the prominent butterfly poster.
The implication is that there is possibly something conspiratorial and unnatural about her condition. Perhaps she is an MK Ultra MONARCH victim, programmed with an alter that hides behind amnesiac barriers.
In one sense this film is so blatantly pandering to conspiracists that it doesn’t require much decoding, but it leaves the key topic of MK Ultra unsaid, and instead implies that it is all shadowy aliens manipulating her and other human victims.
Trouble starts when Sarah gets a DNA Kit, as a birthday gift from a colleague at work. One of those kits you spit in and send in to the lab and they tell you about your ancestry.
Her results never come back.
She spits into her DNA sample vial while watching her favorite sci-fi show which happens to be an episode about clones:
Later she suspects that she is a clone of her grandma which is why the results of the ancestry test never come back.
She gets a lot of nosebleeds which reminds me of the character “Eleven” from Stranger Things, who was also an MK Ultra test subject, and could perform acts of telekinesis and remote viewing but it would always make her nose bleed.
In the film Freaks, the little mutantly gifted girl bleeds from the one eye.
So Sarah has missing time, finds strange marks on the wall, and one morning her car is across town from where she thought she parked it last, suggesting an active sleepwalking (and driving) life. But this is also reminiscent of people with alters that sporadically take control describe missing time.
She has this recurring dream, that she suspects is more than a dream, where she is lying in paralysis in some nondescript place, along with other victims:
Donald Marshall’s information seems relevant here, about consciousness transfer to a clone body during REM sleep. This he says is how the Illuminati meet up and perform their nightly rituals and games of depravity.
“Cowards only come through when the hour’s late and everyone’s asleep mind you.” 21 Pilots sings.
In Arcane, League of Legends, which we will break down later, there is the opening song, “Playground.” She sings, “welcome to the playground,” which is the same coded metaphor as “Welcome to the jungle, we’ve got fun and games.” The cloning centers (where everyone’s real body is asleep mind you), are the playground, the jungle, the wastelands. In Arcane, its a tale of two cities, the undercity and topside.
Victims who are sent via REM sleep consciousness transfer to the deep underground military base (Undercity) are forced to participate in the rituals and depravity. Celebrities watch from the stands, and are variously involved, some actively love it, others are trapped and blackmailed into secrecy but want out.
The lyrics to the song “Heathens” by 21 Pilots:
Often at first they are memory suppressed and when they awake in their real bodies don’t remember anything, but feel fatigued and symptoms of hangover, like they’ve been up all night drinking. This is why the celebrities inevitably grow gaunt and have psychotic breaks. They “sell their soul” to the Illuminati which is really buying a ticket to the cloning centers, the Illuminati “sells them a dream.” Popstar and Illuminati slave Bea Miller sings,
Welcome to the playground, follow me
Tell me your nightmares and fantasies
Sink into the wasteland underneath
Stay for the night, I’ll sell you a dream
But in Horse Girl, Sarah begins to become lucid in the dream. In physical life this manifests as her sleep walking escapades. But in the dream, she can slowly regain control of her paralysis. With great difficulty she turns her head from side to side, and sees other victims lying there, prone, in paralysis. They have not gained lucidity, they remain “memory suppressed.”
Q: do people have to rap battle Eminem to be signed to his label?
Eminem: “you have to rap battle me in your sleep. I’m awake, and you’re asleep and if you can beat me in your sleep, then you can be signed to “Shady.” (i.e. Shady records).
He’s awake meaning he is not memory suppressed at the cloning center. He is “lucid” in the dream.
Billie Eilish sings, “When we all fall asleep, where do we go?”
Finally at the end Sarah claims that she is in fact her own grandma, that the aliens can move human victims to various points in the timeline. “I am my own grandma. She thought she was from the future. That’s why I look so much like her. It’s actually quite beautiful.”
There is clearly more to this film than what it appears to be, on the surface. I recommend checking it out.
Manipulating a victim into becoming their own time loop paradox by inserting them into their own past, connects to the very bizarre tv series Dark, also on Netflix, and which I wrote about HERE.
That character’s name is Noah. He has a time machine that opens portals every 33 years,
Dark is the d(ark), Noah’s ark as the time loop for escaping linear time. Escaping the flood, water-as-time, attempting to escape judgement, death. The Black Brotherhoods lingering in Daath, in a time distortion that is layered or intersects with our timeline. The Daath Ship, or Death Ship:
Black Brotherhoods (B.B.) are Adrenochrome junkies. Hunter S. Thompson in Fear and Loathing is waking up from his adrenochrome trip in the shot above.
Arcane gives us an allegory for programming Multiple Personality Disorder into someone via trauma-based programming. It’s most effective when done to a child.
The orphan Powder, a street rat from the Underside is not even ten when she is abandoned by her older sister and picked up by criminal kingpin Silco.
Innocent Powder before she is transformed into Jinx:
Silco with one orange eye:
A number of years pass with Powder in the care of Silco. In the next episode the transformation is complete, she is Powder no more, but Jinx, a dangerous bomb-maker and assassin who has locked away her feelings other than the trauma-bond she carries with Silco.
Jinx (Powder’s alter):
When her sister shows up and apologizes for leaving her that fateful day, we see her hallucinations play out as Jinx tries to maintain control over Powder, who she locked away. The initial trauma of abandonment proves as the anchor for the rest of the MK Ultra MONARCH programming. When that trauma is triggered or challenged, when it seeks integration, the programming starts to break down. This show does a good job visually showing that.
In addition, the comics in the same franchise feature time manipulation through the device found by the character Ekko.
From Arcane: L.O.L. fanpage: “One night, on a solo trek into the rubble of a recently demolished laboratory, Ekko made an astonishing find: a shard of blue-green crystal that glittered with magical energy. Every child of Zaun (Undercity) heard tales of hextech, said to power weapons and heroes alike. Such a thing had the potential to change the world, and now he held a broken one. He scrambled to find more pieces, but the crunching footfalls of teched-up enforcers told him he wasn’t the only one looking. Ekko barely escaped, and returned to his home.
He experimented madly with the crystal. During one less-than-scientific attempt, the gem exploded into a vortex of shimmering dust, triggering eddies of temporal distortion. Ekko opened his eyes to see several splintered realities—and several “echo” versions of himself—staring back in sheer panic amid the fractured continua.
He’d really done it this time.
After some tense coordination between Ekko and his paradoxes, they managed to contain and repair the hole he had torn in the fabric of reality. Eventually, he harnessed the shattered crystal’s temporal powers into a device that would allow him to manipulate small increments of time… at least in theory.”
This is not unlike Doctor Strange and the time stone or Infinity stone.
Jon Bon Jovi sings, in a DirecTV commercial
Ekko figures out how to use the device to rewind time in short increments, of 20 to 30 seconds, so as to get a redo whenever something bad happens. In Dark, Noah informs us that two sides control time travel, the light and the dark. Aug Tellez talked about history thus being more of a zig-zag, with layer upon layer of takes and re-edits, the original long buried. Who knows how much of this is true.
In this Netflix thriller-drama series, Joe runs a book shop in New York. One day he meets and falls for Beck after a casual conversation in his store. He starts stalking her. He goes to great lengths to insinuate himself into her life and seems to be very good at what he does. He also, like the typical sociopath has no fear and is very good at talking himself out of sticky situations by stacking lie on top of lie.
But how did he get this way?
In the basement of the book shop is the cage.
It’s where they keep collectibles and rare books. There is a brief flashback scene where we see Joe as a teenager working as the apprentice to the original owner of the shop. The owner proves to be cruel, locking him in the cage when he is disappointed with Joe for not having read certain classic books.
“Everything you need is in here” he says.
This traumatic memory might be why Joe grew up to be a sociopath, stalker and eventually murderer. He kills those who get in his way of being with Beck. He claims its for her own good, legitimizing his actions, the way sociopaths do.
There often is a traumatic event in early childhood that triggers sociopathy. MK Ultra simply exploits these brain changes that occur automatically when a child is traumatized. Now obviously most sociopaths are not MK Ultra victims, but since this is Netflix/Hollywood, we must examine these connections.
I mean, who locks a kid in a cage for not being well read? This is, generally speaking, not real life. But what is real is MK Ultra protocols that feature this very thing. Cages, isolation, claustrophobia; its all about putting the victim through so much trauma that it splits the mind, and a certain portion gets walled off behind amnesiac barriers, the part that contains the memory of the abuse it couldn’t make sense of.
Like the old man, often the abusers act loving one minute and then cruel and evil the next, creating a shock effect, keeping the victim unstable, and codependent on the abuser, thinking its somehow their own fault. Just like Jinx and Silco in Arcane.
Locke and Key
I mentioned this show a couple years ago but its worth looking at again in this regard.
A family moves to an old mansion that houses magic keys. There is a witch living in the well, who tricks one of the kids into giving her one of the keys, telling him where he can find it. Later the older siblings attain some of the magic keys as well. One key is a teleporter. One allows you to walk into your own mind as if it was a 3d solid place. Other keys have other magic abilities.
Don’t you see? Again and again it’s these dark vampiric types, the Black Brotherhoods and the Illuminati, trying to obtain magical abilities through the intermediary of special children.
The key above is accessing the brainstem, top of the spine where it meets the head, along the path of the Kundalini serpent energy which shatters in the brainstem when a child is raped before the age of 5. Max Spiers says they call this the “Key of Solomon,” and it creates alters as well as unlocks psychic abilities.
In Maze Runner its the children who are being drained of vital fluids that become the anti-virus to their post-apocalyptic plague. Once stripped of all its different clothes and get-up, its many veneers, the same dark sad tale is being told again and again. This will continue until the masses wake up and collectively make moves to reject this.