TREAT WITH RESPECT · a. the training in programming that the deeper hierarchy alters have · b. that the deeper alters will respond in a manner that reflects their position, staus and training. Page 415 ... BACKACHES, suggestions for body aches Body aches, especially backaches, can keep the mind so preoccupied with pain that the rest of the mind doesn’t work on other issues. The body, mind, and spirit all need healing. When building an alter system, the Illuminati programmers build in protective programming by using spinal surgical techniques. This kind of programming is usually done in a hospital. It is done by specialists who know the spine and the nerves. There are several variations of what is done. They will attach this spinal pain to a hypnotic trigger that if you remember such and such, you will relive the intense spinal pain. The variations on this, are to paralyze someone from the waist down, or a leg, or an arm. Using surgical drugs and procedures, they can even make a person "blind" by hitting certain nerves and this can be used to create blind alters, or blinding programs. Simple electroshock to parts of the back can be painful. The Illuminati also lay in the spirit Leviathan which lays on the spinal column and causes intense pain if the victim goes toward health. A number of Illuminati victims have gotten relief from intense back pain by deliverance from Leviathan. What this means is that a support team that is working on issues may want to have a good chiropractor on the team, and maybe a masseuse. Working the muscles of the body will free up trauma pains, and alters that get locked up throughout the entire body. Needles that are still mentally in the body are also locked up in body pain too. If a victim hits programming that flips them into pain, the alters will of course be preoccupied with the pain in the body and they will lose sight of the memory. Go directly to the pain and work on the pain issues, because the memory is sheltered in the pain.
Page 416 ... The following inventory can be worked on by a victim of mind-control as homework or the therapist can use the questions as a means to build rapport and understand the client better. In order to save printing costs this section will not provide room to write the answers down. Sheets of paper or a tape recorder are needed to record answers. Questions are numbered for easy reference. This inventory is for the therapeutic process--which means ultimately it is for the victim. The questions are meant to be a guide, feel free to speak about anything that pertains to each biographical time period. If something important happened that you want to report, you don’t need a question to talk or write about it. EVERYONE HAS ROOTS. The following questions are about the client’s roots. Roots are important, we need to know where we’ve come from to know where we’re headed. Understanding the client’s family may reveal a great deal about the client. Learning one’s roots can reveal important clues as to why things occurred in your life. · 1. Tell the story about how your parents met and fell in love · 2. Tell a story that would show what your mother was like. · 3. What can you say about your mother, do you know where she came from, where she was born and what her life was like before she met your father · 4. What are some of your mother’s emotional traits, was she warm and loving, or strict, or nagging, or unstable, or humorous, how was she · 5. What was the best thing about your father · 6. What was the worst thing about your father · 7. What do you know about your father’s bloodlines, his genealogy · 8. What do you know about your mother’s bloodlines, her genealogy · 9. Was there anything unusual about your mother or father · 10. Did your mother ever give any sex education to you, what washer attitude towards the subject in your view · 11. What was your father’s work · 12. What kind of bedtime stories did your father tell you
· 13. Is there something important to say about your grandparents or greatgrandparents? · 14. In what ways were your uncles and aunts important to you CHILDHOOD (preschool) This section will be one of the most critical. Don’t be embarrassed if you don’t remember, just be open & frank, because this inventory is for you. The therapist needs to watch for protectors to surface with the "approved solutions, & watch the different slants that are given by the client at different times to the same subjects. · 15. What is your earliest memory How old were you Where did you live · 16. What do you know about your birth, were you premature, were you c-section, were you tiny or frail · 17. Did you have older siblings who helped raise you · 18. What was the neighborhood like that you grew up in before kindergarten · 19. Did you ever get into trouble when you were between 3 and 5 years old Page 417 ... · 20. Were you ever sent to your room, or made to stand in a corner in your first few years · 21. How did your parents punish you · 22. Who disciplined you the most · 23. What kind of religious experiences did you have as a small child · 24. Who was more religious, your father or your mother · 25. Who was your first grade teacher · 26. What was your first grade teacher like · 27. Can you describe your first day at school · 28. How would other people have described you when you were a small child · 29. What kind of chores did you have as a child
· 30. What kind of games did you play as a small child · 31. Do you think you had a happy childhood · 32. What are some of your favorite childhood memories · 33. What is your worst childhood memory · 34. How did you feel about going to doctors when you were little · 35. What did you want to be when you grew up · 36. Do you remember putting your teeth under the pillow for the tooth fairy · 37. Do you remember Christmas or some other holidays · 38. Did you know any crazy people when you were little · 39. What did you think about people who were a different race when you were little · 40. What did you think about Halloween when you were little · 41. Did you ever get sick when you were a little child · 42. Did your family goon any vacations, could you describe one ELEMENTARY SCHOOLDAYS. If the client is talkative, let them provide as much as they want. When dealing with victims of mind-control everything about their life tends to be a clue as to what has gone on. The therapist can trust their own curiosity and ask further questions. For some victims, their host alter will not have memories below the age of 18, or their memories will be spotty. However, the newer mind-control victims are getting better childhood cover memories laid in so that their mind-control is not so obvious. · 43. Do you remember the first book you read · 44. What kind of things did your parents like to read · 45. What kind of toys did you have in elementary school · 46. What were some of your favorite games during your elementary schooldays. Did you learn to play any musical instruments · 48. What were some of your favorite songs during that time period
· 49. Did your family move a lot, and how did that affect you · 50. What was the worst experience that you can remember from your schooldays. What was the best experience that you can remember from your schooldays. Did someone in your class of the opposite sex have a crush on you · 53. Can you remember what was the most memorable gift that you gave as a child · 54. Can you remember what your favorite gift that you received was · 55. Did your family take vacations during your school years · 56. Did you have any strange people in your school or in your neighborhood, and how did you feel about them Page 418 ... · 57. What kind of pets did you have growing up What happened to them · 58. Do you remember your tenth and eleventh birthdays · 59. List the names of your elementary schoolteachers. Describe your elementary school building on the inside & outside. · 60. What was the names) of the Junior High that you went to · 61. What was the most influential teacher that you had during your schooldays. Did you hang around with any kids, and if so, what were they like · 62. What kind of neighbors did you have · 63. What kind of trouble did you get into HIGH SCHOOL & TEENAGE YEARS. The high school years are years when the child is meeting interesting members of the opposite sex, preparing for their future, and working at their first jobs. It’s a time for new beginning as well as turmoils. It is also a time when the victim will be in many secret rituals, and will be used for many mind- control assignments. There are no right or wrong answers, if the client thinks of something else, besides what initially comes to mind, then it is quite alright to have several "most" events in answer to a "what is the most" type of question.
· 64. What was the craziest thing you ever did in high school Why did you do it, and what happened · 65. Who was your favorite person during your high schooldays. Who were your best friends during high school · 67. What is the funniest thing that happened to you as a teenager · 68. What did you expect to do when you graduated from high school · 69. Did you go to your high school prom · 70. Do you remember any of the nicknames you had for your teachers · 71. What was your favorite subject in school · 72. In your opinion, which did you like more in high school, sports or intellectual pursuits · 73. Could you describe what the high school building looked like · 74. Were you active in a church during your high schooldays. Did you do any great activities with other teenagers in some religious club or sunday school group · 76. Were you a leader of any activity during your high schooldays. What was it like going to the movies as a teenager in your area · 78. Who were your heros during your teenage years · 79. Who were the heroes of your peers when you were a teenager · 80. Did anybody ever accuse you of being dishonest as a teenager · 81. Did you try to pattern your life after anyone, if so who do you still admire the qualities you saw in that person · 82. What kind of conflicts did you have with your parents · 83. What kind of conflicts did you have with your teachers · 84. What kind of conflicts did you have with your peers
· 85. What was your attitude toward drugs and smoking during your teenage years · 86. Was there ever a point in time where you went against your parents wishes tell the story about how you managed to get your way. Page 419 ADULT LIFE. It almost goes without saying that the therapist is trying to build rapport with these questions not to interrogate, not to judge, but simply to listen and learn. Find out what was the most important things) in the person’s life. Find out what the client remembers that was interesting. · 87. What kind of things were you involved in after high school · 88. Where did you go to college or trade school · 89. What was it like to leave home, to go to higher education or to be on your own · 90. Did you join any fraternity or sorority · 91. What was your major field of study after you left high school · 92. Did you have any part-time jobs, after you got out of high school · 93. Who were your best friends during the first few years after high school · 94. When was the first time you met your spouse Describe the meeting. · 95. Where did you live after you first got married · 96. How much did it cost for different items when you first got married, for instance, a packet of bacon, a gallon of gas, a dozen eggs, a hamburger · 97. What did the future look like when you graduated from high school · 98. What did the future look like when you graduated from college, or a trade school · 99. Do you think attitudes about sex have changed for the better or worse over the years Why do you think attitudes are changing · 100. What did your family think about your first spouse What were their reactions
· 101. Did you have any common interests with your first spouse, & if so, what · 102. Who would you have liked to have married that you didn’t? · 103. How would you describe yourself in your twenties · 104. From where you are today, when did you decide upon your career When did you first entertain thoughts of this career Were the seeds of where your life has ended up present in your early life · 105. What do you consider your most important achievement so far in your life · 106. How do you feel about God, and could you please describe your image of what kind of person God is · 107. Did you have military service, and what was that like · 108. Are you a flashy dresser, conservative, sloppy, well-groomed dresser · 109. How important is it to dress well · 110. What kind of pets did you have in adult life · 111. Do you think much about death Do you fear death · 112. What do you think happens to people when they die · 113. Did you ever have an ESP experience · 114. Did you ever have a ghost experience · 115. What do you think about magic · 116. What kind of foods do you like What kinds of foods do you detest and why · 117. What did you think about Watergate · 118. Where was the edge of the city when you graduated from high school, has the city grown since then · 119. Is there something that we have failed to talk about that you feel is important There are reasons why each of the questions was selected and why it was placed in the order that it appears. Those reasons are based upon
experience with mind-control victims. To prepare this list of questions we looked at several books that were designed to inventory a person’s life. We were greatly assisted by William Fletcher’s book Recording Your Family History. Berkeley, CA Ten Speed Press, 1989. The book is an organized guide to asking family history questions. This or other sourees might provide more ideas on reconstructing the client’s bio Page 420 ... We will let our support person Fritz write about how a support person can deal with burnout Allow me to start by saying, if you’re feeling stressed at this moment, take a deep breath, close your eyes fora moment and then exhale and relax. Burnout hits people who have nothing more to give. When you have been stressed to the max, the rewards are not there, and you have all these nagging agitating issues. Even a well-working piece of equipment will eventually rust--so don’t be too hard on yourself. Working with programmed multiples & implant victims will give a person long periods of distress, pressures from all angles, & a nauseating feeling that you are stuck and not going anywhere. I have always found that it’s healthier mentally & physically for me to be actively doing something, no matter how small against the mind-control, rather than being passive in difficult times. In fact, military units often find that their men handle stress better being on the attack than sitting around in a defensive mode waiting for the bombs to drop. I manage to keep a healthy positive outlook by continuing to take steps, even tiny ones. Attack the problem You may feel like an ant against an elephant trying to bite off more than you can chew. There are indeed limits to what a single person trying to fly solo against the mind-control can achieve. Try to find some support from a few intelligent listening people. One therapist cries her heart out to God. Tears are not a bad idea. Did you know that tears contain stress hormones, so that crying actually empties the body of stress hormones. (Now wouldn’t we like to see our clients do more crying) If it doesn’t seem like anyone, the client, friends, or God is listening to your difficulties, unfortunately your body quietly is. Emotions are the bridge between the body and the mind. Interaction between the two need emotions. Remember the reptilian brain controls the body, and is connected to emotions. The higher minds control thoughts, and they too are connected to emotions. Your body will respond to stress, with symptoms like higher blood pressure. Mine doubled in one year. Obviously, there is a price to pay for such challenging work. So where does this leave you If you can connect with the tragedy of what is happening to your client, then therapy will take on a purpose. The price you pay will be worth every drop of sweat, or every diastolic & systolic number on your blood pressure. You may have to learn how to blow somethings off. Multiples will say a lot of things. Everyone has buttons. Don’t be hard on yourself that you have buttons. My favorite ones are · Nobody listens. · You can’t count on anyone.
· It’s never good enough. · Don’t tell me what to door think. · Is anybody thinking Can you identify with any of these, what is on your list of buttons Some of us are like ballistic missiles. When our buttons are pushed off we go. Realizing that we have buttons, and how the firing mechanisms got put in during our lifetime, can be helpful to diffuse these. A person only has so much energy and when they are constantly going ballistic they burn up a lot of energy quick. And if you stuff it under the emotional rug- you will still bum out, because your body is connected to the rest of you, and all those unused stress chemicals are still there. In fact, support team members should look at symptoms like pain in the gut, headaches, pain in the neck and realize some of these are simply the stress of all that is being dealt with. Do you have unresolved emotional or physical pain, that are visible as buttons and pain Perhaps you are wearing down because you have self-doubts, and negative expectations. Who wants to be like the greek mythological Page 421 ... Sisyphus who pushed a boulder up the hill, only to have it roll down again and again Don’t devalue your little forward steps. Keep taking those steps forward, and recognize your accomplishments. Perhaps you need to write out what has been accomplished for you the support person and the client. I discovered that progress reports have been very- encouraging and well received. Often when I thought that success was self-evident the system was notable to see any until they read the progress report. Each of us are unique, and I am in no position to tell you what will or won’t encourage you or your client. However, some people have been helped by writing out all their self-doubts and then dumping them into a trashcan. Let’s face it, bad news is often not as bad as it seems and good news is often not as good as it seems. Throw your doubts away, but do try and get some support. Even if you are creative and capable, when you begin to get exhausted you will begin to lose that creative edge to meet the latest challenge. Does the problem still seem too big to fix Trying to figure out how to deal with all kinds of alters as well as people in the external world is a big chore, and the work keeps accumulating of things that need to be worked on with your client. I don’t have all the answers, but part of the answer lies in remaining flexible, learning how to negotiate and communicate clearly with alters, and part of it lies in just accepting that somethings come with the territory. The trust issues with programmed multiples are difficult and persistent. They will wear a person down, in the same fashion that having a boss looking over your shoulder the entire time gets old. Blow it off. It comes with the territory. And again, I can’t repeat this enough we need to work in teams. I have been greatly revitalized by working with others. If you think you’ve got problems, put yourself in the victim’s shoes With several victims who have just begun, their alters asked how long it would be until they were well, & I’ve
told them, Your beginning along journey, like walking from New York to California. If we have to walk the entire distance, it’s going to be along journey. If we can do some flying it will go quicker" I was trying to balance the enormous amount of work that needs to be done, with the actual truth that some of the better methods can get a great deal done in short intense periods. I want the victims of mind-control to seethe hope. In order for victims of mind-control to obtain better results, and to minimize burnout among therapists/support persons, I suggest that we carryout an ongoing process to weed out self-defeating habits and behaviors, we continue to learn new techniques for helping mind-control victims, and that we continue to give ourselves a chance to grow, and learn too. After all therapists have needs too. I think the lack of recognition by people that therapists are people contributes to "therapeutic chronic fatigue. While the client is wanting to discover their feelings, the client is expecting the therapist to bury the therapist’s own feelings. I think that it is healthiest for the support persons to actually touch base emotionally with everything that is happening to both the client and the therapist. In the long run, I believe that burnout will happen lots slower if the support persons are emotionally invested in the work, rather than simply being a paid automaton. Therapists will have less stress, when they have someone that can mentor them. Victims are tough, they are survivors of a lot of abuse, & they often survive incompetent therapists. What may seem like a tragedy for your multiple may not derail the therapy as much as the novice might expect. I not suggesting an uncaring attitude, I’m just saying that experience brings some calmness. Perhaps you’re not in position to put the time & energy into the client that your client wants. Sometimes we don’t have perfect answers. If you are giving it your best shot, who can complain Be kind to yourself. Page 422 ... If all alters had the same thoughts and were in agreement, this book would not be needed. The essence of why trauma-based mind-control is so successful is that their are substantial differences between the various alters. Those differences allow the Illuminati to create good front alters as covers. Those differences allow the Illuminati to maintain control and prevent the system from finding their freedom. Incompatibilities and conflicts between alters is a given from the get-go with a DID client. The support team may hear of light and dark sides to a system. Internal persecutor alters area given. Alters that self- mutilate the body have been programmed to do it. Psychologists have been baffled at the hate that some alters have for other alters or for those other alters body--which they don’t perceive as their own body. The longer the programming goes on the more established the self-persecuting alters become. When dealing with such alters, the support team must not be judgmental. These are simply hurting child alters doing what they have been programmed to do. They are simply trying to do their job right. Without reinforcing these alters dangerous behaviors, it is possible to give them some attention and friendship. They are not used to holding the body and will tire of holding it after a few minutes. Having them out regularly may diffuse some of their rage. The therapist should not scare them by threatening to get rid of them, or kill them, although occasionally they need to be restrained by a support person, for instance if they are trying to mutilate the victim with a knife. These persecutor alters can have their identity validated, they were just trying to help the system by doing the job that was expected by the programmers.
The persecutor alters may often be the ones that took the pain for the "a" alters that function so well in life. When the host alter acknowledges the existence of the persecutor alter, and the persecutor alters pain & needs, it helps remove some of the animosity in their relationship. Alters can write each other letters. Because most systems are creative, they can use their creativity to think of someway to resolve the conflict, if they try. However, the answer that may occur to some readers, to internally lockup persecutor alters is not a good idea. Someone in the alter system must be the light on the hill, that moves toward freedom. Generally that will be the front host alter that came originally came into therapy. It may not be. Sometimes the original "person" who came in for therapy, dissolves into amass of different personalities, and the therapist has trouble knowing who now is the client. The answer is the entire system is, they just don’t know it. And who speaks for the system For instance, one alter says for the therapist to quit working with the system and another says they want the therapist to work, but only the non-cooperative alters show up for the sessions All of our old ways of looking at people are obsolete, and the support team will encounter difficulties that boggle their mind. One way to overcome some of this is to treat a system as a city. How did God treat the church of a city How does one relate to a city of people How does one get cooperation in a city. Within an alter system, the change for health has to come family by family. One family of alters after another family must make the choice "I want to change direction. I don’t want to be like my abuser. I don’t want to conform to the programming" Many alters will not really know what is going on, they will only have a sense of it. They will sense, "Something is wrong here" That maybe enough for them to make a decision fora change of direction. Persecutor alters can learn not to act out. Alters can be given another script. Each alter can be shown that the system has gratitude for the part they played in the system’s survival. Things that are helpful for alters are good reading, good friends, support groups, and Page 423 ... learning from each other internally. Some alters can clearly seethe good from the bad, some have very limited understanding. The system can begin taking their power back. The alters can work as a team, and become co-conscious. Responsible alters can be given the care of other alters who need attention. It’s somewhat like how a teacher may delegate some children to be leaders so that they can help the troubled children. Internal peer pressure can work for good too. And alters can pray for each other too. Light side alters can form prayer circles or prayer chains. Even non-multiples have ego-states that can present problems, such as the part of you that wants to eat too many sweets. How is this overcome By mental discipline. It will take some mental discipline for the victim to grow. Alters need to change their thinking from "I can’t to I can" Get rid of "I