BOUNDARIES & ROLES Because the therapists speak a special language, and are recognized as experts, they have exercised a monopoly on providing information on mind-control. People want to believe that the experts have answers, and therapists have played the part. The public may have underestimated how much they have wanted their image of their therapists to be true, and how reluctant they are to admit the shortcomings of their experts. We are calling fora reevaluation of the treatment of programmed multiples, and suggesting the formation of support teams to assist programmed multiples in gaining their freedom from mind- control. Dr. Frank Putnam, one of the most famous psychiatrists who is recognized as an expert by the psychiatric community and who worked as part of the DSM-IV Work Group on Dissociative Disorders, wrote in his book Diagnosis & Treatment of Multiple Personality Disorder, (1989, pp. 133-134) "Very few of us have had any formal training in the diagnosis and treatment of MPD. Although some therapists become instant experts upon seeing their first case, most feel that they do not have the skills necessary to treat these patients" While having self-doubts about their abilities, the professional therapists have been very resistent to admitting to nonprofessionals their shortcomings. For instance, in 1995, one of the leading professionals told our coauthor, who wanted to share the material of our Vol. 2 and this book with the therapeutic community that "you have absolutely nothing to teach us" Maybe a good place for all of us to start is with humility and a spirit of teachableness. It is probably safe to assume that if you are reading this book, you already have the desire to learn. We believe that the climate for learning has changed, and that the initial frosty reception that our material received many years ago will not be repeated by those who are sincerely interested in helping victims. This section contains some valuable suggestions on how to begin working with a programmed multiple. Some therapists/ministers are under the misconception that they do not have to work with "alter personalities" to help these victims of mind-control. What they do not comprehend is that the person they know and see (who is the host alter) IS also only an alter. They generally work under the misperception that the host personality IS the person, and that other alters are "the alters" (which these misguided therapists/ministers perceive as "the problem. So rather than work with any alters, they work with the host alter. Their misperception, which leads to such unwitting contradictory behavior on the therapists part, would be hilariously funny, if it were not for the gravity of the situation. Host alters can be extremely resistent in admitting that they are multiples. In fact, rather than argue and debate the issue with host alters, skilled therapists come in the backdoor, by simply relating matter of fact, what all the other alters have been doing during therapy. The accumulation of evidence over along period of time will eventually convince the host alter through the backdoor that they are part of a multiple system. On the flip side, many less visible alters may carry anger toward the host for the host alters denial of their existence. Do not expect straightforward
evidence of a transcript of a session where several alters of a multiple appear, or a camcorder tape of a session showing different alters to automatically convince a host alter that he/or she is a multiple. Host alters will often study the available literature about DID (MPD), and will often challenge the therapist to debates to prove to the therapist that they are not a multiple. Even though the Page 327 ... therapist has witnessed the multiplicity, it will be hard to "prove" anything to the doubting host alter. Remember the doubting philosopher who after long thought finally realized "I think, therefore I am"--if a person is emotionally invested in doubting something, the mind has an amazing ability to think up reasons to doubt obvious facts. The support team fora multiple will need to be skilled in getting the multiple to see things via "backdoor" techniques rather than head-on debates. It is a traditional therapeutic practice to establish contracts with Multiple Systems. Generally, therapists attempt to establish a contract with as many alters as possible. They will endeavor to explain in the language that the child alters understand what is being agreed upon when a contract is negotiated between the child alter and the therapist. The primary area that the therapist is concerned with is "hurt" by the Multiple to anyone else or the Multiple System’s own body. The American Psychiatric Association’s contract reads atone point, "I will not hurt or kill myself or hurt or kill anyone else, internal or external, on purpose or accidently, now or in the future" The other major area of concern is setting limits regarding the treatment. Traditionally, the therapists have limited the client’s time to their help, the number of phone calls they are allowed to make, etc. This works fine for the therapists. However, the therapeutic community is in denial or under its own delusions that it is making significant progress with the programmed multiples that are coming in for therapy. By and large, the therapists are simply working with the front worlds of very deep and complex systems of alters. The cults are continuing their use of essentially all slaves that are undergoing therapy today. The time has come to turn that situation around and get genuine help for these suffering slaves. The therapist will become the parent image fora mind-control victim’s alters. Is this good or bad Should the therapist fight this transference issue Please understand the dynamics. 99% of the alters in an Illuminati system are child alters. Granted, that some professionals report working with alter systems that they claim are 100% adults, but this only shows the limits of their understanding of their client’s alter system. These child alters have NEVER had a parent. They have had cult figures who oversaw their mind- control. They have had big giant adults in their life who have manipulated and used them, but they have not had a genuine parent. The therapist can and needs to perform the role of a loving parent for these child alters so they can grow to maturity. The intense desire of many therapists/ministers to integrate all alters again shows their limited understanding of the situation. Hopefully this book (along with our other books, by providing the details of what is going on, will encourage relatives and outsiders to have more patience with therapists who are not coming up with instant micro-wave-speed answers. Most of the heavy programming traumas are done to the victim when they were a child. Obviously, thousands of dissociated pieces of the mind which have had no chance to
experience life day-to-day as the host alters) has, have had no chance to grow up. Integration of an entire system of child alters who have not grownup is only asking for problems. Integration of the real core with child alters is asking for problems. The overall situation that trauma-based mind-control places the victim and therapist in, is extremely complex and difficult. The victim will transfer their feelings for their abusers to the therapist and support team. What else can they do As past traumas are uncovered, the victim may even hallucinate during a drug memory abreaction and seethe therapist as the programmer. The therapist may say or wear things that also Page 328 ... trigger transference. Depending upon how the various alters handled abuse, may determine how the different alters then act when they perceive the therapist as another abusive person. Again, this presents another reason why support teams are worthwhile. Traditionally, therapists have set spoken and unspoken limits to the time they will give the victim. Therapists have limited time in two ways, one is the amount of time per week, and the other is the length of treatment that the therapist will devote to the victim before dropping him/her as a client. If the client perceives that the overall treatment time is limited, they will not raise the deeper issues. Because most clients with mind-control only see their therapists for short periods of time, they also can get by with letting the therapist only work on surface issues. After having interacted with numerous mind-control victims and therapists, the authors of this book have seen firsthand that most therapists do not see a clear picture of what they are dealing with DURING THE THERAPY TIME. Putnam admits in his book Diagnosis & Treatment of Multiple Personality Disorder, (1989, p. 149), "I have discovered, much to my chagrin, that many of my patients are very different out in the world than they appear in my office" In fact, the real secret sides of their clients are far more profoundly shocking than most therapists up to now have been willing to imagine. The therapists encourage the superficial approach mentioned above, because many of the best professional therapists will not deal with anything except the issues that the host or presenting alter brings up in the therapy session. In other words, many professional therapists REFUSE to guide the therapy. The client is then double- binded. The client is somehow supposed to know the issues that they are programmed not to know. It’s a "patient-diagnose-and-heal-yourself approach. Amazing result do occur, because the mind doesn’t want to face its problems. The mind comes up with superficial solutions, declares itself better and moves on. (Unfortunately, the mind-control continues, only now it is simply better hidden) A great deal has been written about how clients sabotage therapy and double-bind their therapists. The books that have covered this subject have not even begun to cover this subject. Books could be written about this. But an even less understood problem, is how the traditional therapeutic methods double-bind the client. The traditional therapeutic ministerial methods are double-binding the clients from escaping the mind-control. For instance within the Christian deliverance approach, if a client fails to get an instant miraculous healing during a deliverance, then they are told they lack faith, and they are told that without faith they cannot heal. In other words, they must deny the problem if they want the solution. Are the therapists (or support teams) willing to put as much effort & attention into the victim as the Illuminati or other programming cult Except for minor exceptions, therapists have NOT been
willing to spend the same amount of time as the cult spends. The Illuminati have Grande Dames that continue ongoing guidance for the adult slaves. They also are willing to have their best programmers fly in from Europe and other locations to reprogram a slave with the best equipment and technology available. The commitment level by the Illuminati to their slaves has up to now been many times greater than any of the professionals. Don’t kid yourself that the slaves don’t recognize this. That is why only superficial issues are being dealt with. That is why so many slaves appear to begetting better from the professionals, but the professionals are not being eliminated from practicing. The original Mother-of-darkness who works as a programming assistant with the head male programmer is putting in trees Page 329 ... internally that are designed to last for the entire life of the slave. That’s along term commitment on the part of the programmers and their programming. The fruit (programs) that are placed upon the trees (which are used as programming file systems, are to last the life of the slave. The slave knows that the fruit has been given his internal worlds for his lifetime. An example of a healthy productive role the therapist can take would be the following The therapist assures the mind-control victim that they will have as much commitment to examining and taking off the fruit, as the other side has of keeping the fruit in place. The victim doesn’t know what the issues are, so the therapist uses the backdoor approach to let the victim learn about themselves. The therapist asks, "What do you think about trees Would you spend the next weeks) drawing trees, talking tome about trees, and going out and talking to trees. Please journal what you talk to the trees about" The client may comeback and say, "Trees are very important tome. I don’t want to talk to anyone about trees. Trees are very sacred tome, and they are deeply rooted in my mind, I am their caretaker" Then the therapist continues the backdoor exploration, What do you mean you are their caretaker" Eventually, the mind begins to unravel. The journaling can bean important vehicle to track the unravelling of the mind. Due to the heavy infiltration within the therapeutic community, some disinformation has been assimilated into the beliefs of therapists. One of these is that victims of mind control who they call "survivors) shouldn’t spend time together. Actually victims are able to understand each other and trigger important information. They can be very helpful to each other, once the host alter has done some basic stabilizing. Another myth that the therapists hold to, is that the therapist will be perceived as a benevolent caretaker by the victim and the Illuminati will be perceived as abusers. Generally, it is quite the opposite. The Illuminati have the ability to give pain, but they have the ability to take it away. The therapist has the ability to give pain, but seldom the ability nor the time to take the pain away. There often is little closure to the mess therapists start, and most victims are very silent about the struggles they go through, in part because they blame themselves for problems. The master or handler is generally seen as a benevolent dictator, a wonderful god, and a friend all rolled up into one. The therapist, in order to maintain their aloof therapeutic role, does not want to be a friend to the victim. They like to stay emotionally distant, perhaps puffing on their pipe. The therapists are still missing an obvious given, which is that most multiple personalities have parents who are multiples.