Scientology Roots Chapter Twenty Seven – Down The Mental Health Rabbit Hole

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The book Alice In Wonderland is not a children’s story. The book points out the insanity of the King and Queen of England. But criticism of the King and Queen of England can get your head chopped off – so it was done in the form of a children’s story.

The author is Lewis Carroll, a pen name for Charles Lutwidge Dodgson (1832-1898).

Chapter 1 is Down The Rabbit Hole.

Alice was beginning to get very tired of sitting by her sister on the bank, and having nothing to do… when suddenly a White Rabbit with pink eyes ran close by her..

alice wonderland rabbit_compressed.

…when the rabbit actually took a watch out of its waist-coat pocket, and looked at it, and then hurried on, Alice started to her feet… and burning with curiosity, she ran across the field after it, and was just in time to see it pop down a large rabbit-hole…

In another moment down went Alice after it… she found herself falling down what seemed to be a very deep well.

Alice lands in a strange world with strange characters, dominated by the King and Queen.

“Let the jury consider their verdict” the King said.

“No! No!” said the Queen. “Sentence first – verdict afterwards.”

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The two slavemaster groups seeking to rule the entire world are the British nobility and the Catholic Popes.
They want a two-class society where the slavemasters rule over all other men who serve as their slaves.

They have caused wars, death, suffering and economic hardship to hundreds of millions of people.

Sociopath – has a pattern of disregard for, and violation of, the welfare of others

The slavemasters are the worst sociopaths in the world.

The slavemasters are behind so-called mental health and they use it as one means to accomplish their evil ends.
Slavemasters use demented minions to do their dirty work, which includes some psychiatrists.

You will see them attempt to lay the cause of wars on our doorstep.

alice wonderland queen_compressedShe needs mental health therapy for causing wars!

They are attempting to take their psychosis and accuse the rest of us as having it!

The slavemasters cause wars, economic hardship and other destructive acts against mankind.
They are the people needing to handle their psychosis for those evil actions, not the rest of us.

How odd it is that the most evil men in history are going to teach us how to be good!

How odd it is that the most insane men in the world are going to tell us how to be sane!

The venture we are undertaking here is that we are going down the Rabbit Hole.

And what strange characters with strange ideas we find in the world of the slavemasters.

Some of the weird characters are in the field of mental health…

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The slavemasters have introduced false ideas about existence, life and the mind.

The subject of existence, the spirit, the mind, and the body is really very simple.

There are two parts to existence – Creators and Creations.

The Creators are not a Creation.

Each Creator is a Spirit, such as you and me.

Each Creator is aware. They have the ability to create things and perceive them.

A vast multitude of Creators co-existed prior to creation of the physical universe.

The physical universe is a Creation made of matter, energy, space and time.

The physical universe exists because the Creators say it exists.

The Creators possess natural spiritual abilities, including telepathy and clairvoyance.

Some Spirits are dedicated to organizing matter into life forms – plants, animals and humans.
They give the body life and oversee the body and its functions. You could call them the soul.

Around birth another spirit inhabits the body and gives it intelligent direction in life.
You could call that person the Spirit – that is you.


So, in each body there are two Spirits acting as one – friends – you and your body partner.

The Spirits exist independent of a body. They can go through life with or without a body.

Spirits think thoughts – and that is what a mind is – you or some other spirit thinking.

The mind is not a brain. The brain does not think, it is a switchboard. You apply a small electric current to one part and it moves an arm. You do the same to a different part and it moves a leg.

Some men say there are no spirits, you are just a body, and the brain thinks. Those ideas are wrong.

The material universe of matter, energy, space and time is not alive. It is not aware, does not perceive, does not think. The brain is made of matter and energy, thus it does not think any thoughts. Only a spiritual Being is alive, aware, perceives, and thinks. And you cannot see a spiritual Being or his thoughts with a microscope.

Any person, being a spiritual Being, can perceive things without use of the body senses, such as in telepathy and clairvoyance.


telepathy - just talkin really - diagram
The above illustration can also be used as an example of clairvoyance. The girl sees the guy who is miles away, she sees where he is and what he is doing, but not with her eyes. Stanford Research Institute scientifically proved that everyone can do telepathy. All spiritual abilities are natural and inherent in everyone. Some people make use of them while others do not.

The ability to create something and perceive it is always manifest. Create an elephant in the room where you are and perceive it. Other people may or may not perceive your creation. Regardless, your elephant actually exists, it is not a hallucination. It consists of a small amount of matter, energy, space and time. If it was made solid enough for others to perceive it, you would have an agreed upon reality in the physical universe. At the very least you have made something that actually exists in your own personal universe.

Anyone can re-create any moment they experienced in the past. That is done the same way you made an elephant in the room. You can re-create that past moment complete with all the perceptions that were present in that past moment – such as sight, sound, smell, feeling, emotions and so on.

That is done all day long by everyone. When you remember the past, you are re-creating past moments. You use your past experience to help you decide what to do in the present moment.

Whenever a person creates something that exists in his universe only, that does not make him insane just because other people do not perceive it or choose to not perceive it.

The Catholic Church is behind attacking people who demonstrate natural spiritual abilities – such as experiencing telepathy and clairvoyance. The Catholics says these people are possessed by the devil and his demons – and they call them witches. The Catholics have imprisoned them, tortured them, and even killed them.

The Catholics are behind psychiatry abusing people who are experiencing telepathy, clairvoyance and the like. Psychiatry says it is insanity and they imprison them, torture them, and even kill them. It is not insanity, it is inherent and natural spiritual abilities that everyone has in common.

The only true insane person is the man who causes unjust harm to others who do not deserve to be harmed.

You know, the slavemasters and the demented minions they use to cause unjust destruction and suffering to mankind.


Slavemaster Disease

Mesopotamian clay tablets talk about an ancient people in Mesopotamia called the Anunna.

Enki was the initial leader of the Anunna.

Enki 2Enki is the Anunna “god” surrounded by fish

The Anunna lived in cities located on a plain called e.din – which means home and living place of the divine ones.
Anunna leaders lived in temples while the junior Annuna did all the work tending gardens and livestock in e.din.

The tablets talk about humans who roamed with the wild animals, outside of the Anunna cities.

The junior Anunna revolted over 40 years of day and night toil in the gardens of e.din. 22  Enki solved the problem by cross-breeding with the wild humans, resulting in a hybrid human being. The hybrids were then put to work naked in the gardens of e.din and tending livestock.  23

Enki claimed he created the first humans to be a servant to the gods. He did not literally create them because the humans were already there “roaming in the wild”.

All of the “gods” in ancient times were just slavemasters claiming they were gods to make men be their slaves.
Every god religion is the same – the gods are far superior, humans must worship and serve the gods.

The Anunna “gods” installed Priest-Kings to act as intermediaries between the Anunna lords and mankind.
The Priest-Kings would relay orders from the so-called “gods” to the ordinary people.

There was an ancient city in Asia Minor called Nesa. The people in that city called themselves Nesilim and they called their kingdom “the land of Hatti”.

asia minor

After the “gods” were no longer around, the ancient Nesilim priest-kings kept men as their slaves by claiming –
they were a god, or they were the son of a god, or they were the spokesman for a god.

The Nesilim kings had slavemaster disease – the kings are far superior, ordinary humans must serve the king.

The Nesilim united King and Priest to rule the people and rule the world. Around 2,000 BC the Nesilim conquered and ruled Asia Minor. They also conquered Syria, Mesopotamia, Canaan and Egypt.

Asia Minor sat at the crossroads into Europe and Nesilim culture spread into Europe.

The following slavemaster ideas originated in Asia –

  • Gods
  • Religions
  • Kings as rulers
  • Kings using god religion to make people subservient slaves
  • King mentality “we are far superior, people must serve the king”
  • King mentality “to rule the entire world”

The Nesilim were at the gateway for Asian slavemaster ideas to get into Europe.

They were like an insect that serves as the carrier for spreading a disease – slavemaster disease.

Some Nesilim migrated into Germany and they are the foundation of the German king line called Hesse.  24  Through intermarriages the monarchies in Europe were blood related. The German and English kings were related.

Charlemagne was King of the Franks. The Franks kingdom covered most of Europe.

He was a devout Catholic who maintained a close relationship with the Catholic Popes. He spent most of his life in battle and insisted on conversion to Christianity in the lands he conquered. In 782 he ordered the beheading of 4,500 Saxons who had been caught practicing their traditional paganism after converting to Christianity. Pope Leo III crowned Charlemagne as Roman Emperor in 800 AD. 

In 936 AD, Otto I became the king of Germany. Otto I was the first emperor of the German Holy Roman Empire, which ruled over most of Europe. It was the Nesilim system of uniting King and Priest to rule the world.

German King + Catholic Pope = German Holy Roman Empire

The Inquisition accelerated in 1184 AD when the Roman Catholic Church created the Holy Office of Inquisition into Heretical Wickedness. The Catholic priests tortured and killed heretics – anyone who held a different belief than the Catholic Bible.

Cosimo de Medici was a wealthy Jewish banker in Florence, Italy. He wanted to undermine the Catholic Church.

Cosimo de Medici

Cosimo de Medici had a book commissioned in 1460 called the Corpus Hermeticum. It is Brothers of Light religion which says God is Light and the members call themselves Brothers of Light.

Cosimo de Medici started the Florentine Academy, where they introduced the Corpus Hermeticum.
The Florentine Academy was the forerunner of the Rosicrucian and Freemason religious sects.

As the Inquisition continued to kill Jews over the centuries, the Jews used Rosicrucian and Freemason lodges for making moves against the Catholic Church. Martin Luther was a German Catholic priest who left the Church and started the Protestant Reformation. He was supported by the Rosicrucians and Freemasons.

Martin Luther 1528Martin Luther

Now we come to the point in history that marks the start point for the contemporary era slavemasters.

In 1558, Elizabeth I became Queen of England. She was a Protestant. 

Elizabeth I - age 13Elizabeth I

William Cecil was chief advisor to Queen Elizabeth I. He advised her to make colonies, it was the start of British Empire building.

William_Cecil,_1st_Baron_Burghley_William Cecil

Francis Bacon was Imperator of the Rosicrucian Order in England. King James had Bacon oversee the writing of a Protestant English Bible, the King James version in 1611.

Sir Francis BaconSir Francis Bacon – a Rosicrucian

The British Crown and the Brothers of Light are now working together to overthrow the existing union between the King of Germany and the Pope of the Catholic Church.

British Crown + Brothers of Light = the modern era slavemasters

The British nobility are the actual slavemasters, the Brothers of Light priests and bankers are junior.
They serve as some of the demented minions that are used by the British slavemasters.

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The British colonists in North America objected to tyrannical rule by the British nobility, which heavily taxed them and violated their rights. The thirteen British colonies united and on 4 July 1776, they declared independence from Britain – that was the start of the United States of America.

Thomas Jefferson was the primary author of the Declaration of Independence.

thomas jeffersonThomas Jefferson

The British nobility sent British armies to prevent the colonies from having independence.

british redcoats

The Americans had to fight for their freedom. The colonists who fought for independence were called Patriots.

american revolution 1

american revolution 2

The American Revolution war was from 1775 to 1783. The Americans won their freedom.

The Americans rejected rule by monarchy and aristocracy, and proclaimed that all men are created equal.
They drafted a Constitution that forbids titles of nobility and includes human rights and freedoms.

Freedom of religion in America also put an end to dominance by the Catholic Church.

It was freedom from both slavemaster groups –
the British Nobility and the Catholic Popes

Even when they are not working together, there is one thing the slavemasters agree on, a two-class society

Slavemasters who rule over all others who are subservient slaves

Thus the United States of America was opposed by the slavemasters – the British Nobility and the Catholic Popes.

Both of those two slavemaster groups are against Democracy – rule by the people.

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Napoleon Bonaparte, a Master Rosicrucian
, was Emperor of France from 1804 to 1815. Napoleon conquered most of Europe.

When the French army invaded Germany in 1806 –

that was the end of the German Holy Roman Empire

Napoleon killed seven million people in this war. That event was only going to be one page in the British nobility + Brothers of Light History Book of Horrors. They were going to do far worse. They would go on to kill and cause needless suffering to hundreds of millions.

The Catholic Church continued their plans and actions to rule the world but they had lost their king who would kill everyone who was not Catholic. Thereafter they used whatever king or dictator they could get to align with them on occasion.

In the union of King and Priest to rule the world, the British Crown and the Catholic Pope have a disagreement. The British Crown says the King is senior and the religious leader is junior. The Catholic Pope says the religious leader is senior and the King is junior. So, each one has continued on with their own slavemaster agenda to rule the world, in competition with each other more often than not.


Psychiatry – A Religious Holy War

Psychiatry is actually a religious holy war being conducted under the cloak of so-called mental health.

The Catholic bible says never suffer a witch to live. Their Inquisition killed anyone demonstrating spiritual abilities.
The Catholics claimed such people were possessed by the devil and his demons, and they called them witches.

Nicholas V was elected Pope in March 1447. He was extraordinarily evil, a true sociopath

Pope nicholas V by Peter_Paul_Rubens in 1616Pope Nicholas V

It was under Pope Nicholas V, in 1452, that his Inquisitor Nicholas Jacquier “confirms” witchcraft as heresy in Flail Against the Heresy of Witchcraft thereby justifying European witch hunts. This began the torture and burning alive of over 200,000 alleged witches over the next two hundred years – mostly women – on the charge of Witchcraft.

Under the careful tutelage of Popes like Nicholas V, the medieval Catholic Priests invented a heinous procedure that they liked to do, “Measuring”. You would know it better as Trepanning. It was a surgical intervention in which a hole is drilled or scraped into the skull, supposedly then releasing the demons causing the ‘bad behavior’. They also called it – extracting the stone of madness.

The Extraction of the Stone of Madness by Hieronymus Bosch between 1488 and 1516

Later in time, psychiatrists did this with the addition of scrambling around the brain after the hole was drilled.

The Catholics said the mad were possessed by evil spirits, which could be driven out by beating, immersion in freezing water and periods in isolation.   31

This religious therapy for bad behavior caused by demons of the devil, marks the inception of psychiatry –
a holy war under the cloak of mental healing. The barbaric methods of treatment were continued by psychiatrists.

The word psychiatry is formed from two Greek words: psych + iatria

psych = soul
iatria = healer, physician

psychiatry – soul doctor
psychiatry – a branch of medicine that treats mental, emotional or behavioral disorders

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Starting around the beginning of the 1800’s the Catholic Church owned and operated its own asylums, it also provided the nursing staff for many of the state-owned facilities. Bethlem Royal Hospital in London, also known as Bedlam, started out as an institution to collect money for the Catholic Church. By 1800 it really got going as an insane asylum and is known for horrific treatment of patients.

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On 15 August 1832, Pope Gregory XVI proclaimed that this was insanity

“…liberty of conscience and worship is each man’s personal right, which ought to be legally proclaimed and asserted in every rightly constituted society; and that a right resides in the citizens to an absolute liberty, which should be restrained by no authority whether ecclesiastical or civil, whereby they may be able openly and publicly to manifest and declare any of their ideas whatever, either by word of mouth, by the press, or in any other way.”

So, American ideas of liberty and the right to state any idea in public  – the Pope called that insanity!    26

pope_gregory-xviPope Gregory XVI

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Psychiatrists were originally called ALIENISTS. The Latin word ‘aliéné’ means ‘insane’, and in older times it meant a psychiatrist; especially one specializing in who to commit to one of their institutions.

german alienists
Take a good look at these guys. They are not beacons of wisdom. They are sitting there pretending to be experts when they have no clue about life or the mind.

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On 8 December 1864 Pope Pius IX sent out a letter to all Catholic Bishops wherein he said –   27

the Catholic Church… should freely exercise even to the end of the world – not only over private individuals, but over nations, peoples, and their sovereign princes…

There is a statement they should rule the entire world – and their idea the Pope is senior to the King.

Pope Pius IXPope Pius IX

Pope Pius IX also said –

… the welfare of human society itself, altogether demand that we again stir up your pastoral solicitude to exterminate other evil opinions

the reason the Vatican was creating and supporting psychiatry was to stop freedom for man from happening.

This is what they really meant to target with “psychiatry”.

That is what psychiatry was designed to do.

What did Ugo Cerletti’s electric-shock induced epilepsy aim to create?


of the personality.

Therefore no more “evil” opinions thwarting their plans.



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In 1880 Sigmund Freud lived and worked in Vienna, Austria.

Sigmund-FreudSigmund Freud

The mentor of Sigmund Freud was Josef Breuer. He was a physician and a psychiatrist.

josef-breuerJosef Breuer

Breuer was treating Bertha Pappenheim in the summer of 1880. She was a disturbed woman showing hysterical symptoms.

Bertha Pappenheim - pseudonym Annie O.Bertha Pappenheim aka Annie O

He found that when she recalled a series of memories back to a traumatic memory, one of her many symptoms would disappear. The first example came soon after she had refused to drink for a while: She recalled seeing a woman drink from a glass that a dog had just drunk from. While recalling this, she experienced strong feelings of disgust… and then had a drink of water! Her symptom, an avoidance of water, disappeared as soon as she remembered its root event, and experienced the strong emotion that would be appropriate to that event.

Breuer was treating her with hypnosis twice a day and eventually all of her symptoms were gone. Breuer drew two important conclusions from his work with Bertha: that her symptoms were the result of thoughts that were buried in her unconscious and that when these thoughts were spoken and became conscious, the symptoms disappeared.  2

They noticed that simply remembering the incident was insufficient to produce a cure, the emotions had to be experienced for the release of symptoms to take place.

Breuer called this catharsis, from the Greek word for cleansing.

It was also called abreactive therapy and talking therapy.

Catharsis or abreactive therapy –

The process of bringing repressed ideas and feelings into consciousness.
It is the re-living of past traumatic incidents buried in the subconscious.

Freud began using cathartic treatment under Breuer’s guidance. In 1893 Breuer and Freud summed up their joint explorations in this form of psychotherapy in a book called Studies in Hysteria. 1

What they failed to notice was the importance of a decision the person made at the time of a traumatic incident.
A person can correct a wrong idea he has, anytime he chooses to, and he does not have to have therapy to do it.

Freud split off from Breuer and developed a theory that early sexuality was the cause of all mental illness – wrong.

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1882 – Arthur Balfour created the Society for Psychical Research in London. They investigated all mental and spiritual phenomena. Sigmund Freud was a member of  the Society for Psychical Research. They extensively studied catharsis therapy. So now mental treatment was being investigated by the British slavemasters. Catharsis mental therapy was further developed by psychiatrists working for British intelligence.

1882 – John Ballou Newbrough authors Oahspe, a new Bible in the words of Jehovih and his angel embassadors20

It says hundreds of evil demons attach themselves to the same human body and cause all of man’s woes. The book was incorporated into the beliefs of the Society for Psychical Research.

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The Catholic bible says never suffer a witch to live. The Catholic Inquisition killed anyone demonstrating spiritual abilities. The Catholics claimed such people were possessed by the devil and his demons or they called them witches.

All spiritual abilities come under censure by the Catholics. Here’s an example taught in Catholic catechism –

All forms of ‘’divination‘’ are to be rejected: recourse to Satan or demons, conjuring up the dead or other practices falsely supposed to “unveil” the future. (Deuteronomy 18:10, Jeremiah 29:8)

Consulting horoscopes, astrology, palm reading, interpretation of omens and lots, the phenomena of clairvoyance, and recourse to mediums all conceal a desire for power over time, history, and, in the last analysis, other human beings, as well as a wish to conciliate hidden powers. They contradict the honor, respect, and loving fear that we owe to God alone.

All practices of ‘’magic’’ or ‘’sorcery,’’ by which one attempts to tame occult powers, so as to place them at one’s service and have a supernatural power over others – even if this were for the sake of restoring their health – are gravely contrary to the virtue of religion.   30

In Catholicism, look at the so-called symptoms of  ‘demon possession’, taken from their own exorcism materials.

  • speaking unknown language in many words
  • understanding when foreign language is spoken by someone else
  • ability to divulge future and hidden events
  • powers that are beyond person’s age or natural condition
  • and other such things which together build up evidence

Plus the “pythons” aspect (another word for demons and witches)

Under Pythonism – we see the following:

  • divination, divining
  • augury
  • soothsaying, soothsay
  • hariolation
  • fortunetelling
  • crystalgazing; crystal ball
  • astrology
  • sorcery
  • clairvoyance

Another list inspired by Father Fr. Chad Ripperger depicts pythons or ‘demonic’ powers as follows –   29

  • Communicate By Telepathy (Thought)
  • Move & Think At The Speed Of Thought
  • Highly Skilled at Powers of Observation

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Emil Kraepelin was a German psychiatrist regarded as the founder of modern psychiatry. Kraepelin believed the chief origin of psychiatric disease to be biological and genetic malfunction.

His major work, Compendium der Psychiatrie, was published in 1883. He wanted mental illness to be viewed as a DISEASE OF THE BRAIN. This is where he argued that psychiatry was a branch of medical science.

Emil Kraepelin

In 1887 Kraepelin coined the word Dementia Praecox which he defined as the development of a condition of irreversible mental decline occurring at a youthful age. He regarded it as a specific disease that implied incurable, inexplicable madness. Dementia means “being out of one’s mind”. Kraepelin insisted dementia praecox is a biological disorder, not the product of psychological trauma.

Dementia Praecox included natural spiritual abilities – telepathy and clairvoyance. Dementia Praecox just sounded more “scientific” than saying demon possession or calling them a witch.

Dementia Praecox was relabeled as schizophrenia. Schizophrenia is a mental disorder often characterized by hallucinations, delusions, and confused thinking. Some people with schizophrenia hear hallucinatory voices.

Stanford Research Institute scientifically proved that everyone can do telepathy. So, how do the psychiatrists determine that the voices are hallucinations? The fact is, the psychiatrists don’t know whether the voices are real telepathic communications or whether they are hallucinations.

Emil Kraepelin was wrong. There is no gene that causes mental illness and there is no germ that causes it.

Physical damage to the brain can cause interference in its ability to properly perform as a switchboard.

The earliest listing of symptoms for schizophrenia can be found in Emil Kraepelin’s book, written in the 1800’s but translated into English in 1912.  28

Note how similar these dementia praecox symptoms are to the Catholic slurs of demon possession and witchcraft.

Hallucinations of hearing alone are by far most frequent in dementia praecox.

…The so-called “internal voices,” “suggestions,” “telephoning,” ‘telegraphing,” etc., form a special group of hallucinations of hearing.

They may occur as a kind of monologue or as a conversation with distant persons; sometimes the voices of conscience seem to criticise the patient or spur him on.

In all these cases the patient develops the delusion that his thoughts are known to every one, or that they are produced and influenced by outside forces.

…complain that their minds are influenced, their thoughts are gone, they have no control over their thoughts… They attribute the origin of such thoughts to others. Frequently they complain of “drawing of the thoughts,” and they may say that they don’t know whether their thoughts are their own or suggested by someone else.

Kraepelin doesn’t use the term of telepathy yet, it hadn’t been invented at the time he wrote this.

They are calling natural spiritual abilities an insanity! Then they treat the person viciously = Catholicism.

Psychiatry = Continuation of Catholic Witch Hunts

But now disguised as treating so-called mental illness


A Holy War


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Psychiatry and the mental health movement was now split into two branches – one branch said that mental illness was physical and they used physical means to treat it, such as drugs, electric shock therapy, and surgery. That treatment is performed by medical doctors who have specialized in treating mental disorders, and they are called psychiatrists. They say the mind is the brain, which is not true, but that is what they say.

The other branch of psychiatry and the mental health movement is talking therapy – which was initially developed by psychiatrist Josef Breuer. This branch of psychiatry did not require a person to be a trained and licensed physician, because it doesn’t say that mental illness is physically caused. Therefore, people who are not doctors were able to become practitioners in talking therapy.

The doctor psychiatrists in Germany and England used brutal torture methods on mental patients and that was exported into the United States as the model to follow.

nausea as a ‘cure’ – the spinning chairrotating_chair_2

Mustard skin plasters causing indescribable sufferingmustardplaster

 harnessed in a standing position, with arms outstretched for 10 hoursCruciform_stance

locked in a case the coffin, the lunatic box, the english booth, the clock case - psychiatric torture

water torturewater_torture_of_insane_-_Pennsylvania_4th_July_1868

Even more vicious methods were developed – horrible drugs, electroshock, and brain operations that reduced the patient to a slobbering vegetable.

Talking therapy is a lot more humane than the methods used by psychiatrists who say that mental illness has a physical cause.

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Psychiatrists promote the false idea that psychiatry is science. It is not science.

Science is truth about existence.

Scientists use a method that they call the scientific method. You observe a natural phenomena, then you propose a theory that explains the natural phenomena, and then you keep your eyes open to any exceptions to your proposed theory. When there are exceptions, you have to change your theory into a more correct theory.

A natural phenomena is gravity. An apple separates from a tree limb and gravity pulls it to the ground. So, an explanation is that bodies of matter pull together and we call that gravity. A true science will not turn a blind eye to any exceptions. Some types of matter repel each other, so you have to change your explanation to some types of matter attract and some types of matter repel.

Psychiatry does not do any of this. They have proposed theories that are false – that man is only an animal and the brain thinks. They are not scientists because they refuse to change their theories even in the face of abundant evidence proving their theories are wrong.

You cannot see a spirit or a thought with a microscope. Yet, they pretend to see thoughts when they see electrical activity in the brain. All they saw was some electrical energy, they did not see a thought. They cannot tell you what the thought was that produced the electrical current upon the switchboard called the brain.

The proposed theory that mental illness is a disease of the brain is exactly that – a theory – it is not known and proven science. There is no scientific evidence supporting that theory. There is a mountain of evidence for the existence of the spirit and all the phenomena of a spirit such as thinking, telepathy and so on. The psychiatrists turn a blind eye to it and then they pretend to be a science.

Science is truth, not a pack of lies being sold for profits.

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The origin of the mental hygiene movement can be attributed to Clifford Beers in the United States. In 1908 he published A Mind That Found Itself, a book based on his personal experience of admissions to three mental hospitals.

The book had a great repercussion and it resulted in creation of the National Committee for Mental Hygiene in 1909. Its chief concern was to humanize the care of the insane: to eradicate the abuses, brutalities and neglect from which the mentally ill have traditionally suffered.

The British slavemasters took over the mental hygiene movement. Psychiatrist Thomas Salmon joined the National Committee for Mental Hygiene and he was funded by the Rockefeller Foundation. Salmon proposed broadening psychiatry to move beyond the “traditional focus” on institutional patients, he wanted to treat the rest of society for “mental illness”. This marks the start point for social psychiatry, wherein psychiatry is used on everyone in the world.

The National Committee for Mental Hygiene was transformed into an organization that was primarily concerned with society, not with the patients in mental institutions.

Thomas W. salmon

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In 1911 Professor Eugene Blueler took Kraepelin’s “dementia praecox” term and renamed it schizophrenia.

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World War I was from 1914 to 1919.

John Rawlings Rees is using abreactive therapy on shell-shocked soldiers during World War I.  21


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In 1917, Thomas Salmon went to England and worked with John Rawlings Rees. Salmon helped with the plans to use psychiatry in the United States Army.  16

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Carl Von Clausewitz was a German military theorist who wrote a famous book on war.  64

In his book he says –

War is thus an act of force to compel our enemy to do our will.
physical force… is thus the means of war; to impose our will on the enemy is its object.
victory consists… in the destruction of the enemy’s physical and psychic forces.
the war… cannot be considered to have ended so long as the enemy’s will has not been broken.

All of that is exactly what psychiatrists do to people. You will see that when you read what follows here …

Emil Kraepelin wrote a book in 1918 – One Hundred Years of Psychiatry. The book is revealing as to what mental states the psychiatrists are trying to bring about in people. They viciously attack the mental state where the person operates on his own free will. They undermine that with torture techniques until they break the person into having an obedient and docile mental state. This aligns with the mental state that the slavemasters require of everyone else – completely obedient and not fighting back.

Johann Heinrich Ferdinand von Autenrieth   Anton Ludwig Ernst Horn    Johann_Christian_August_Heinroth   Phillipe Pinel   Alexander_Haindorf_1864
.  Autenreith              Horn                        Heinroth                         Pinel                   Haindorf

Kurt Schneider   E. Kraepelin   Johan_Christian_Reil_-_1811     Gerhard_Vering   J.E.D. Esquirol      Thomas_Willis in 1667
.  Schneider           Kraepelin               Reil                      Vering              Esquirol                   Willis

a “breaking of the will” or a penetration into the will of the patient, was a necessary part of any complete cure.Autenreith

make them obedient, orderly and calmHorn

gave him such strict control over her that she submitted blindly to his instructions.Heinroth

they must immediately submit to whatever is required of them, that the doctor’s will is for them a strict and unchangeable law. After they have had this notion impressed upon them vividly and frequently in different ways, then they are no more likely to rebel against his will than against the laws of nature.Pinel

one of the most effective means of treating insanity was to subdue the patient and to tame him.

The main requirement for effecting a cure… was the ability of the doctor… to compel obedience.

To subjugate the patient, the doctor had first to deprive him of every prop and make him feel absolutely helpless. That is why he had to be taken from his home and his accustomed surroundings and brought under lugubrious and frightful circumstances …to a strange asylum.Kraepelin

It restrains the patient. It shocks him by making him aware of his confinement and causes him to suspect or realize the fruitlessness of any attempt to stir up troubles.Horn

Through strong, painful impressions we get the patient’s attention, accustom him to unconditional obedience. The will of his superior must be such a firm, immutable law for him that he will no more resist it that he would rebel against the elements.Reil

the subjective personality is figuratively destroyed and that the psyche …no longer recognizes its own personality. …sustained nausea prevents the mental patient from becoming immersed in his own thoughts. – Schneider

he reasoned that isolation, hunger, and defamation were important corrective measures. …Erhard had seen an asylum in which filthy patients were put atop posts. “This was effective, ” he said, “because they were terrified by this disgrace.”Reil

Humiliate the proud patient and make him acutely aware of his worthlessness and dependency Vering

For repressing arrogance or eliminating excessive pride. – Esquirol

the doctor ought to seem like …a visible image of God; and he ought to conduct himself in the manner of a monarch. Over them he exercises something resembling sovereign authority. Thomas Willis.

The psychiatrists are waging war – they use force on people to break their will.

We need to look at something very important about what the psychs are doing. A person should live as a free man, not as a slave. He should live under his own will. He should live as his own unique personality. He should have a sense of pride and self worth. He should be willing to fight back against abuse and wrongness. None of those things are a mental illness that should be done away with.

Thus we see that psychiatry is trying to destroy mental health and freedom. And that is abuse. Abuse is trying to get a person to change something about himself that should not be changed.

Sociopath or Psychopath – a pattern of disregard for, and violation of, the welfare of others.

You have to be a sociopath to torture people the way the psychiatrists do.

The psychiatrists are more insane than the patients.

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According to John Rawlings Rees, child psychiatry began at Tavistock Clinic in 1920.

Here are some quotes about children and family by New World Order psychiatrists…

  • “The re-interpretation and eventually the eradication of the concept of right and wrong which has been the basis of child training…” – Brock Chisholm
  • In a word, good” and “bad” are relative, not absolute things. The great difference between the way in which those who lived before us thought about anxiety and guilt and the way in which we think about them is thrust into still sharper outline by the statement that they looked upon the excessively conscientious person, the person prone to feel guilty over every passing trifle, as someone who had a specially delicate sense of right and wrong and who for that reason was to be considered a specially worthy person. We, however, think of him as having a limited and crippled personality and as having been damaged most probably by unhealthy childhood experiences.” – Ewen Cameron

You can see how insane the slavemasters and psychiatrists are. Isn’t it odd that the most insane evil men in the world put themselves in charge of “mental health” and are trying to tell the rest of us how to be sane?

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1931 – Kurt Schneider became director of the German Psychiatric Research Institute in Munich.

One of the departments was Psychiatric Research on Heredity, headed by Ernst Rüdin.

Kurt Schneider came to fight for the euthanasia (killing) of the mentally ill. Before the patients were murdered they were first used for “research”. This involved ethically unjustifiable experiments that are far removed from scientific and research values. Julius Deussen, an employee at the German Psychiatric Research Institute in Munich was one of the psychiatrists conducting the experiments. 14

Kurt_SchneiderKurt Schneider

“The outrages practiced by brutal, self-centered, ambitious, proud, lustful, arrogant, vain, vindictive and envious patients can be controlled and corrected only through humiliation, shame and contempt,” according to Schneider.

Kurt Schneider promoted a method of torturing mental patients called the “clock case”. That is a restraining device used to torture by imprisoning the patient.

the coffin, the lunatic box, the english booth, the clock case - psychiatric torturecalled variously the coffin, the lunatic box, the english booth, and the clock case

Kurt Schneider also advocated chemical burning of the skin (torture) as a great method:

Chemical Skin Torture as a ‘cure’
mustardplasterLeaving a mustard plaster on the bare skin for too long will lead to burning and blisters.

Kraepelin wrote:

“The suffering that attends the formation of these pustules is often undescribable,” observed Schneider.

Mustard plasters and blisters on the head were supposed to cause a transformation. Schneider hoped… that continuous suffering would enable the patient “to regain consciousness of his true self…”

Schneider also devised a unique method of “water torture” for mental patients – it was a mechanism for showering cold water down on a patient.  15


Here are some other ‘Cures’ meted out by sicko psychiatists in Germany and England.

Nausea ‘Cure’ – The spinning chair produced nausea, vomiting, and convulsions.



Cruciform ‘cure’ –


The patient was tied in a standing position, with arms outstretched for 8 or 10 hours. This torture method was referred to as “the best possible punishment” for transgressions by inmates.

Water torture ‘cure’

– This torture method dropped water on their head from a distance.


Carl Schneider was a psychiatrist who joined the Nazi Party in 1932. He was a senior researcher for the Action T4 Euthanasia program – the killing of mental patients. He coined the term National therapy for ethnic cleansing – ridding the populace of genetic contaminants threatening the health of the German/Aryan population.

He put forward two possible ways of helping a patient – one of them was ‘work therapy’, and the other to sterilize or kill them.

Professor Carl Schneider - Nazi T-4 euthanasiaCarl Schneider

No wonder they used psychiatrists in Germany to carry out eugenics practices. They were already sickos who tortured people while pretending to help them. They would not have a problem killing them as a cure, under the pretense that was also “help”.

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Wilder Penfield studied at Oxford, paid for by a Cecil Rhodes scholarship, which means he had been recruited by the British slavemasters. He then taught psychiatry at McGill University in Montreal, Canada. In 1934, Penfield founded the Montreal Neurological Institute and Hospital at McGill University, established with Rockefeller funding.

Wilder PenfieldWilder Penfield

Penfield cut into the scalp to expose the surface of the brain, he then used electrodes to apply a current in different locations, while carrying on a conversation with the poor patient about ‘what he was feeling’. Penfield would then destroy brain nerve cells that he thought might be causing epilepsy. He did this to over 500 people.

Some actual pics of what he was doing –



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1936 – The leucotomy was invented by Antonio Moniz. He would insert a special wire knife into the brain. With a few sideways movements, the fibers were severed. It is also known as lobotomy.

antonio monizAntonio Moniz

This, is a leucotomy.

icepick lobotomy

Lobotomies - also called leucotomy


Psychiatrists mistreat people like this under the pretense that it is helpful treatment.

A leucotomy, aka as lobotomy,
reduces the person to a slobbering vegetable!

Like this victim of a brain operation –


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Ugo Cerletti was the Roman Catholic inventor of Electro Convulsive Therapy. Ugo used electroshock to provoke epileptic fits in animals. Many of the animals died. Schizophrenic epileptics seemed less schizophrenic after an epileptic fit. Cerletti thought producing convulsions in humans by electro shock, might be useful as a treatment for schizophrenia. (Later in time that idea was proven wrong.)

In 1935, Ugo was “called” – meaning by Pope Pius XI – and was appointed to Chair of the Department of Mental and Neurological Diseases at the University of Rome and director of its mental patient clinic. The University of Rome has always been under the direct control of the Popes. Lucio Bini was Ugo’s assistant.

cerlettiUgo Cerletti

In April 1938, Ugo Cerletti first used ECT on a human patient, diagnosed as schizophrenic. Ugo used a patient he had previously experimented on at Mombello Asylum – his name was Enrico. Ferdinando Accornero was one of the students observing and he provides an eyewitness account.

Ferdinando Accornero says they wanted to prove that it was possible to create an epileptic seizure by means of electricity; most of all, they wanted to show that such an attack had a therapeutic value not different from the one created by the intravenous [insulin] injection of Cardiazol.

Through experiments on Enrico and a woman, they found that 92 volts for half a second would induce a seizure. Enrico lay on a bed with two electrodes attached to his temples. Despite being drugged, the poor guy managed to shout at Cerletti to please don’t give him the ‘deadly’ shake. On another occasion Enrico cried out – “Attention! Another time is murderous!” Each time Cerletti ignored the pleas and went ahead with the shock treatment.

Ugo electric-shocking people –

ugo cerletti ugo cerletti2

They then brought back poor Enrico again, on April 20, 1938, for the really big show.

80 seconds of convulsion, 105 seconds of not breathing causing loss of urine and sperm – which means the body was literally at Death’s Door. After four to five minutes he began to move his head and open his eyes but still convulsing. Ten minutes later he stopped convulsing and regained consciousness, three minutes later could respond to questions. Another two minutes later he said he remembered nothing, was shown the electrodes and asked if he wanted to repeat it, he was completely indifferent.

Enrico with Lucio Bini – supposedly cured.


On 28 May 1938, Cerletti presented Enrico to the Royal Academy of Medicine billing ECT as superior to Metrazol.

Cerletti began to brag (and lie about the “danger”) that ‘we can cause an epileptic seizure in man without danger, by using electricity.’ Headlines appeared all over the world with stories saying things like “Brilliant New Method of Treating Psychosis”.

On June 17, Enrico was discharged as calm, well-oriented and had “taken part eagerly and flawlessly in the routines of the clinic.“ The most revealing part of that paperwork though, was this –

He has full awareness of his former hallucinations of persecution and attributes them ALL TO HIS ILLNESS.    47

Cured means no longer talking about their persecution of him, saying the persecution was hallucinations caused by his mental illness. No, he was not hallucinating, they really did torture him. It did not last, Enrico started to again talk about their barbaric treatments and had bravely voiced that “evil opinion” again.

On 4 March 1940 Enrico was re-admitted to Mombello Psychiatric Hospital, never to come out again. He was lobotomized to silence him, so the world would not find out about their horrific treatments, and would not find out that Enrico was not cured.

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For the past 40 years, Fink has been the world’s leading expert and defender of electroconvulsive therapy (ECT).

For the past 40 years, Fink has been the world’s leading expert and defender of electroconvulsive therapy (ECT).

1938William Walters Sargant was sent over to Harvard Medical School, to hobknob with the likes of Doctors Fink, Rinkel and Hyde. On a visit to Washington he arranged to meet Walter Freeman and see three of his patients who had undergone psychosurgical operations. Although the results were not successful, Sargant resolved to introduce the operation into Britain.


We call it – Rinky-Hink science

MKULTRA Rinky Hink Science

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World War II began in September 1939.

On the outbreak of war William Walters Sargant returned to Britain and was assigned to the Belmont workhouse—renamed the Sutton Emergency Medical Service.The hospital took both civilian and military patients. Now Sargant really had a large and captive supply of people to run his horrible tests and experiments on.

He used modified insulin treatment, “sleep therapy” (inducing a coma with drugs), electroconvulsive therapy and psychosurgery (also called leucotomy). There were so many casualties under his sadistic hand, people that died, had personality deterioration, epileptic seizures, and even incontinence, that Sargant was reigned in. Sargant then combined his own psychotic cocktail of “abreaction”, where he gets patients to relive traumatic experiences, but while under heavy use of barbiturates.

During the war Sargant wrote, together with Eliot Slater, a textbook outlining all these “wonderful” treatments, titled – An Introduction To Physical Methods Of Treatment In Psychiatry, which was translated into several languages.

Sargant ran his horrific treatments on soldiers and civilians. He was using drugs to facilitate abreactive therapy.

Sargant combined his own psychotic cocktail of “abreaction”, where he gets patients to relive traumatic experiences, but while under heavy use of barbiturates. (Hubbard did the same, combining abreactive therapy and drugs.)

Concerning this time period, David Clark May writes:

William Sargant was practicing narcoanalysis and abreactive therapy with ether, whipping battle neurosis cripples into dramatic abreactive displays of emotion and terror…  11

WWI Thompson abreaction under narcosis

Willhelm Mayer-Gross was brought in, he was an authority on insulin coma therapy.

wilhelm 'Willy' Mayer-GrossWillhelm ‘Willy’ Mayer-Gross

R. D. Laing was a psychiatrist who was there. He was horrified by what the British psychiatrists were doing to people.

R.D. LaingRonald David Laing

He wrote a book against abusive psychiatric treatment – Wisdom, Madness and Folly, The Making of a Psychiatrist.

Willy was imported to Britain from Germany.

They wanted him to institute insulin coma shock ‘therapy’ on those labelled schizophrenic – even though it was known to have an abysmal ‘cure’ rate, basically non-existent. Only 1 in 20 had any sort of ‘improvement’ at all! And yet as a result of this one patient by the end of the WW II, 20,000 or more anxiety hysterias had had this treatment in the American forces alone and its use spread over the world as a ‘treatment of war neuroses’.

Wisdom, Madness and Folly, The Making of a Psychiatrist by R.D. Laing

Insulin was administered until the patients went into deep comas and sometimes epileptic fits. 12

Insulin shock

insulin termination treatment

The policy was to put it in at a level at which epileptic fits were liable to occur, but to avoid them if possible. Backs could break. Light is extremely epiletogenic under a lot of insulin. The ward was entirely blacked out.

(epiletogenic means capable of causing an epileptic attack)

It was essential to get each patient out of his or her coma before too long, because if we did not, the coma became ‘irreversible’.

Wisdom, Madness and Folly, The Making of a Psychiatrist by R.D. Laing

insulin ward

Some remained in the coma and never again regained consciousness.

The idea of ‘death comas’ was also in the air – the death and rebirth archetype, taken literally.

In deep insulin coma the patient comes very close to real physical death and sometimes actually dies.

Some people feel they do die, and they may in fact do so. They certainly look as though they have. Breathing, pulse, heartbeat may be imperceptible for long seconds, maybe minutes.

Might not this dip into death by therapeutic?

Wisdom, Madness and Folly, The Making of a Psychiatrist by R.D. Laing

The enforced near death experience levied on the ‘insane’ is done in order to ‘teach the lesson’ and be ‘reborn’ in a more conforming frame-of-mind.

In insulin shock, the second stage is administering glucose to bring the patient back to consciousness. Right then, was when the psychiatrists would take advantage of the terrified and disoriented patient to ‘counsel’ them. When slowly brought out of the coma with glucose injections, his or her personality would now be temporarily “readjusted”. It was then that these sick men would discuss their view of the problems with the patient, trying to enforce him to “banish his delusions” – with the threat of another near-death insulin treatment hanging in the balance over the guys head.

They called this good heart-to-heart psychotherapy.

Electro Convulsive Therapy (ECT) was used while they were in the coma, without their permission and even against their will.

Sargant said –

Many patients unable to tolerate a long course of ECT, can do so when anxiety is relieved by narcosis.

What is so valuable is that they generally have no memory about the actual length of the treatment or the numbers of ECT used. After 3 or 4 treatments they may ask for ECT to be discontinued because of an increasing dread of further treatments. Combining sleep with ECT avoids this.

All sorts of treatment can be given while the patient is kept sleeping, including a variety of drugs and ECT which together generally induce considerable memory loss for the period under narcosis. As a rule the patient does not know how long he has been asleep, or what treatment, even including ECT, he has been given. Under sleep … one can now give many kinds of physical treatment, necessary, but often not easily tolerated.

An Introduction To Physical Methods Of Treatment In Psychiatry by William Sargant

There were many casualties under his sadistic hand, people that died, had personality deterioration, epileptic seizures, and even incontinence. Failures in treatment were due to the patient’s lack of a “good previous personality”. These failures were sent to mental hospitals – permanently damaged and unable to function in life.

Psychiatrist R.D. Laing saw that they were not helping people, they were destroying them –

I was just beginning to suspect that insulin and electric shocks did more harm than good. In fact, I had begun to have to call into question my own sanity, because I was beginning to suspect that insulin and electric shocks, not to mention lobotomy and the whole environment of a psychiatric unit were ways of destroying people and driving people crazy if they were not so before, and crazier if they were.

Wisdom, Madness and Folly, The Making of a Psychiatrist by R.D. Laing


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During World War II, the German psychiatrists sent thousands of schizophrenics to the gas chambers on the basis of forms. They decided the person was schizophrenic without seeing that person face to face.   32 

The slavemaster tactic is Label and Destroy. People no longer see, decide and act as themselves. The label sees, decides and acts for them.

The Catholics use the label witch and the directed decision and action regarding a witch is to destroy them. But, most people using their spiritual abilities are not being evil. They were unjustly killed after being given the witch label. The people killing them did not bother to look at the person to see if they were being evil. They looked at the label and did not look at the person in front of them.

In Nazi Germany they used the label Jew and said they were involved in an evil conspiracy to rule the world. A few wealthy Jews were involved in an evil conspiracy to rule the world, but the millions of other Jews were not. The Nazis applied the label Jew and  thereafter they did not look at individual Jews to see if they were involved in an evil conspiracy. So, they unjustly killed millions of Jewish people who were innocent of the accusations against them.

The psychiatrists do the same thing, they apply the label schizophrenic whenever it suits them and that is supposed to justify their destructive acts against the person given the label. Even if some of the labeled people were mentally ill, that does not give the psychiatrist a right to destroy them.

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John Rawlings Rees
and his Tavistock Clinic boys get their “deal” with British Military (and British Secret Intelligence service) – they take over Psychiatry in the British Army – working pimarily out of Maudsley Hospital.

John Rawlings Rees, the Director of the Tavistock Clinic, became Director of British Army psychiatry and brought the Tavistock Clinic group with him. This included psychiatrists Wilfred Bion, John Bowlby, Ronald Hargreaves, Jock Sutherland, John Rickman, and Tommy Wilson. Rees also brought psychologists Eric Trist, Ben Morris, and Harold Bridger.

They came together for the psychological studies of the ‘Northfield Experiment’, designed by Bion as an experiment in taking soldiers with emotional breakdowns and using a therapeutic community model to help bring them back into service.  3, 4, 5

Wilfred Bion and John Rawlings Rees developed a Tavistock behavior modification method wherein you use group peer pressure to make people give up firmly held beliefs.

Peer-Pressure- JOIN


18 June 1940 – John Rees gives an Address to the Annual Meeting of the National Council for Mental Hygiene.

Rees said:

…since the last world war we have done much to infiltrate the various social organizations throughout the country… Similarly we have made a useful attack upon a number of professions. The two easiest of them naturally are the teaching profession and the Church : the two most difficult are law and medicine.

If we are to infiltrate the professional and social activities of other people I think we must imitate the Totalitarians and organize some kind of fifth column activity!

Let us all, therefore, very secretly be “fifth columnists”.

fifth column – a group of secret supporters of an enemy that engage in espionage, sabotage, and other subversive activities within the borders of a nation.

We have often been too spasmodic in our work and I feel we need a long-term plan of propaganda.

The evolutionary process is essentially British, and I think that we should make it a fundamental in our propaganda plan. Parliament, the Press and other publications are the most obvious ways by which our propaganda can be got across…

I should like to see us go beyond these more obvious points and set out on a campaign to get certain points and ideas which are of importance stressed by well-known novelists in their books.

I am not suggesting, of course, that they should write propaganda novels – it would be surprising if those had any circulation, but in an ordinary human story it should not be difficult to give some emphasis on a point of view, and the gradual building up of a series of such emphases over a period of years would be the soundest kind of propaganda.

This Council has recently been co-operating in some experiments with films, and there the same idea has been emphasized that just one point can be got across to the public through this medium. Those of you who know books and their authors, and films and their makers, might be doing some long term planning of the right kind of propaganda.  6

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Heinrich Himmler was the head of the SS and Gestapo in Nazi Germany. Himmler oversaw a German group named Ahnenerbe that conducted military research. In 1940 the Ahnenerbe became a formal division of the SS. Ahnenerbe was the major source of funds for barbaric medical tests on prison camp inmates. One of the things the Ahnenerbe financed were the truth drug tests. They were looking for a drug that would make prisoners reveal secrets – tell the truth.  67

Adolf Hitler (left) congratulating Heinrich Himmler (right) UNSPECIFIED - OCTOBER 13: The Fuhrer Adolf Hitler Visiting His Headquarters And Congratulating Heinrich Himmler (Right), Head Of The Ss And The Gestapo, For His 43Rd Birthday, On October 13, 1943. (Photo by Keystone-France/Gamma-Keystone via Getty Images)

At the Auschwitz concentration camp they tried out barbituates and morphine derivatives in various cocktails. SS doctor Kurt Ploetner tested marijuana and mescaline at Dachau concentration camp. The goal of the Dachau mescaline experiments on prisoners was “to eliminate the will of the person examined.”   68

The National Defense Research Committee was created 27 June 1940. It began research on the atomic bomb – the Manhatten Project. Roosevelt issued Executive Order No. 8807 on June 28, 1941, which established the Office of Scientific Research and Development. It took over the functions of the National Defense Research Committee.

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Psychiatrist Donald Ewen Cameron was the Professor of Neurology and Psychiatry at Albany State Medical School, where he first conducted research into sensory deprivation. In December 1941, Cameron started working for the Office of Strategic Services Research division at Albany, New York.  66

Ewen CameronDonald Ewen Cameron

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Lauretta Bender was a psychiatrist who worked in the Children’s Ward of the Psychiatric Division of Bellevue Hospital in New York. Between July 1942 and 1947, Bender gave ECT to 98 children deemed schizophrenic. The children were age 4 to 11, a third of them were only 4 or 5 years old.

The electric shock treatment was performed until a grand mal convulsion was produced. Twenty daily convulsive shocks represented a full course of treatment. Careful re-examination of the children showed that their “mental illness” had no modification as a result of shock treatment. 53

Even after observing and admitting that ECT did not work, Bender continued to use ECT on more than 500 children at Bellevue Hospital from 1942 to 1956. Max Fink was there working with her at Bellevue from 1948 to 1954.

lauretta benderLauretta Bender

Seven year old Bobby was one of the children –

Bobby is seven years old, but this is not the first time he has been subjected to electroshock. It’s his third time. In all, over the next year, Bobby will experience eight electroshock sessions. Placed on the examining table, he is held down by two male attendants while the physician places a solution on his temples. Bobby struggles with the two men holding him down, but his efforts are useless. He cries out and tries to pull away. One of the attendants tries to force a thick wedge of rubber into his mouth. He turns his head sharply away and cries out, “Let me go, please. I don’t want to be here. Please, let me go.” Bobby’s physician looks irritated and she tells him, “Come on now, Bobby, try to act like a big boy and be still and relax.” Bobby turns his head away from the woman and opens his mouth for the wedge that will prevent him from biting through his tongue. He begins to cry silently, his small shoulders shaking and he stiffens his body against what he knows is coming.  54

One six-year-old boy, after being shocked several times, went from being a shy, withdrawn child to acting increasingly aggressive and violent. A seven-year-old girl, following five electroshock sessions had become nearly catatonic. Another young boy treated by Bender became overly aggressive after about 20 treatments, and as an adult he was convicted in court as a “multiple murderer.” Others, in adulthood, were in prison for violent crimes. A 1954 scientific study of about 50 of Bender’s young electroshock patients, conducted by two psychologists, found that nearly all were worse off after the “therapy” and that some had become suicidal after treatment.  54

Alfred M. Freedman worked with Lauretta Bender at Bellevue Hospital electro-shocking and drugging children deemed as having “soft signs” of schizophrenia. They used paraldehyde and sodium amobarbital that would knock them out if they were too “rowdy”, and later on they used reserpine and thorazine on them.

She even used Metrazol on the poor kids. High doses of the drug causes convulsions. The effects of Metrazol are shocking to witness: subjects will shake violently, twisting and turning. They typically arch, jerk and contort their bodies and grimace in pain. With Metrazol, as with electroshock, bone fractures – including broken necks and backs – and joint dislocations are not uncommon, unless strong sedatives are administered beforehand. A November 1936 Time magazine article questioned the benefits of Metrazol, citing “irreversible shock” as a great danger, and yet Bender still used it on children well into the 1950’s.  54, 55

Lauretta Bender and Max Fink also used their patients in mind control research for the CIA.

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On 31 October 1942, the National Defense Research Committee activated a committee to investigate the feasibility of using drugs in the interrogation of prisoners of war. The head of this truth drug committee was psychiatrist Winfred Overholser, Director of Saint Elizabeths Hospital, in Washington, D.C.

Winfred Overholser
Dr. Winfred Overholser

Upon becoming Director of Saint Elizabeths Hospital, Overholser immediately introduced insulin shock treatment. Shortly after that, he brought in an electric shock machine to be used on patients. Dr. Watson W. Eldridge, Jr. operated the electric shock machine, he even used it to “treat pneumonia”.  70

On 1 January 1943, the truth drug committee was transferred to the Office of Research and Development of the Office of Strategic Services – nicknamed Division 19.  69  OSS man George White then headed the truth drug research.

Per another CIA document referred to as OSS Truth Serum – George White and doctor Watson Eldridge were using marijuana as part of interrogating prisoners. Another thing that the OSS researchers (White, Eldridge etc.) specifically advocated was combining morphine with scopalamine, in which a “state of twilight sleep” could be induced and that under such conditions a person would talk freely about things that they wouldn’t normally. They used the mental patients at Saint Elizabeths Hospital as their guinea pigs for this truth-telling cocktail of drugs. It was disastrous for the patients. Some slipped into comas, they hallucinated, and one patient died of heart failure.

George Hunter White in MKultra daysGeorge Hunter White

As an asset of the OSS, psychiatrist Ewen Cameron was involved in the initial ‘truth drug’ experiments. He was using the mental patients at the Veterans Administration hospital in Albany, New York as guinea pigs.

This research was concurrent with the Nazis in Germany, as well as in Britain, conducting “truth drug” research at the same time.

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In 1943 Wilder Penfield was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society, which has the British royalty as leading members.

In 1943, Penfield invited psychiatrist Ewen Cameron to McGill University to establish the Allan Memorial Institute, with funding from Rockefeller. The Rockefeller Foundation provided an initial $150,000 dollars in July of 1943. The Canadian government paid an additional $30,000 dollars a year for twenty years.  58  Cameron continued testing marijuana there for the truth drug committee.

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In 1943, Roman Catholic psychiatrist Frank Ayd was in the U.S. Navy Reserves when they sent him to work at the Veteran’s Administration Hospital at Perry Point, Maryland. Frank learned how to do Electro Convulsive Therapy on people from Lothar Kolinowsky, who had learned it from Ugo Cerletti. 35

Frank_j_ayd_october_1968_baltimore_sunFrank J. Ayd junior

perry point VA mental hospitalPerry Point Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center

Frank was assigned to 800 patients, most of them were soldiers from WW I who had been there for 20–30 years.  36

Frank Ayd said the following –

Frank Ayd – at Perry Point I seized the opportunity to get experience at administering ECT.

What you needed was a couple of strong men to hold the patient down and a very firm pad under the back to arch it to reduce the risk of spinal compression. You, also, needed a rubber mouthpiece to keep the cheeks from being damaged or the jaw dislocated. ….

It became clear to me that administration of a muscle relaxant was very desirable, because you could avoid fractures33

…there were 800 patients in the ward that I was assigned to… Most of those people… had been in that hospital 20–30 years.

But, actually, you learned one thing: schizophrenia was chronic and devastating. And it would be true if you put over the portal “abandon hope all ye who enter here,” because your chances of leaving, outside of a pine box, were pretty slim.    36


These people had been psychotic for 30 years. They were out of it completely.

– Donald Klein, Public Health Service hospital Lexington Kentucky – ward of veterans of WW I

There is proof their treatments do not work, they treated the patients for 30 years
and they were not cured.

Psychiatric barbaric treatments put people into a bad mental condition and actually damages them –

Many of us have in recent years lost sight of our essential task of understanding our patients, as we subject them to a sequence of comas, shocks, convulsions, confusion, and amnesia, all of which render them incapable of relating to the psychiatrist in a consistent and meaningful manner.

– psychiatrist Heinz Lehmann


A generalized convulsion leaves a human being in a state in which all that is called personality has been extinguished.   49

– psychiatrists Hans Lowenbach and Edward J. Stainbrook     


Shock therapies as no other form of treatment give immediately favorable results… those who are hallucinated and deluded in a paranoid way have forgotten their false perceptions and beliefs.    48

I think it may be true that these people have for the time being at any rate more intelligence than they can handle and that the reduction of intelligence is an important factor in the curative process… almost to amentia …so that mood becomes altered in the proper direction.    50

…the best clinical results are often obtained when the patient is shocked into amentia…  51

*amentia = mental retardation

psychiatrist Abraham Myerson  

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Nazi doctor Kurt Ploettner was testing drugs on concentration camp prisoners in an effort to find a “truth telling” drug that could be used in interrogations. In the United States the Office of Special Services was doing the same thing, and in 1945 they brought Kurt Ploettner to America to help them find a “truth telling” drug.

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In the Fall of 1945, John Rawlings Rees visited New York and proposed to the International Committee for Mental Hygiene that a world conference be held in London to unite the activities of psychiatrists.

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In November 1946, Britain’s John R. Rees convened a small gathering of psychiatrists in New York City in the office of George Stevenson, Medical Director of the US National Mental Health Association. At this meeting Brock Chisholm was the first to suggest the formation of a new international organization and proposed its name – World Federation for Mental Health.  17

John Rawlings Rees, a New World Order psychiatrist with direct ties to MI 6, traveled to New York to meet with the International Committee for Mental Hygiene. What came out of this meeting was the formation of the WFMH – World Federation for Mental Health. The International Committee for Mental Hygiene agreed to change their name and accept a new purpose.

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Sandoz, a drug/chemical manufacturing company began “clinical trials” of LSD and marketed it under the name Delysid as a psychiatric drug, from 1947 through the mid 1960s. Psychiatric patients were used as the first guinea pigs for this new “wonder drug”. It was touted as curing a wide range of psychiatric ailments, anywhere from alcoholism to sexual deviancy. However, it’s true purpose was much, much darker.

“We were very interested in anything that could make someone schizophrenic,” said Milton Greenblatt of Massuchusetts Mental Health Center (MMHC).  34

MMHC was originally called Boston Psychopathic, it is referred to as a “pioneering” mental-health institution affiliated with Harvard Medical School. Elmer Ernest Southard taught social psychiatry at Harvard. Southerd also led the Boston Psychopathic Hospital, which has a just horrific track of experimentation on “patients”.

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The World Federation for Mental Health was born in London in 1948.

The First International Congress of Mental Health was organized in London by the British National Association for Mental Hygiene. The Congress was held from 16 to 21 August, 1948. It was supposed to be an international conference on mental hygiene. It was attended by 2,000 people from various countries in the world.  18

Before the congress got started, a group of 25 people met from July 24th to August 8th, to discuss how to influence the 2,000 attendees in the direction of supporting the political objective of forming a World government. This group was called the International Preparatory Commission. Harry Stack Sullivan was one of the primary people at their meetings. They produced a pamphlet to hand out to the 2,000 attendees that contained this statement – the ultimate goal of mental healthto help men to live with their fellows in one world19


When the International Congress on Mental Health was held, the 2,000 attendees were presented with a pamphlet that was made by the small group of people who met before the Congress meeting started. Here is the pamphlet and some of the statements made in it –

First page:

1948 Mental Health and World Citizenship Page 1

Quoting from the pamphlet:



Principles of mental health cannot be successfully furthered in any society unless there is progressive acceptance of the concept of world citizenship.

World citizenship can be widely extended among all peoples through the applications of the principles of mental health.

…the question must be faced as to whether survival is possible without adapting human institutions so that men can live together as world citizens in a world community…

…there can be no world community until individuals and groups have learned how to live at peace with themselves and one another, and until they have ceased to struggle for their own sense of group solidarity at the expense of hostility and violence against others.

The phenomenon of group exclusiveness in our era reaches its peak in an exaggerated nationalism, which separates groups of men the world over…

In approaching the question of world citizenship, it is important at all costs to be free from political naivete.

This then, as we see it, is the ultimate goal of mental healthto help men to live with their fellows in one world.


That the UN (United Nations) organisations consider all possible means of integrating national loyalties to the United Nations and to the world community.

At the end of the congress, the International Committee on Mental Hygiene was superseded by the World Federation for Mental Health.The mental hygiene movement was a crusade to end abusive treatment of mental patients, the slavemasters transformed it into a political crusade for establishing a world government. John Rawlings Rees, a British intelligence agent who advocates the British New World Order, was the first president of the WFMH.


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They intend to establish a World Government that amounts to covert rule by the British Monarchy.

Their propaganda says individual countries are the cause of wars. No, the slavemasters cause wars.
Their “solution” for peace is to eliminate national borders so that individual countries no longer exist.

We would all become world citizens. In that, they would be in complete control and the people would have nowhere to go to find recourse from any abuses leveled upon them by the New World Order people – and the New World Order people have plenty of abuses in mind when they have no remaining opposition to their rule.

The majority of the people in the world are decent people who are not seeking world domination and who have an inclination to get along with each other in peace. Left alone, without the slavemasters stirring up trouble and war, they would live in peace. Thus we have a far better solution for world peace –  depower the slavemasters.

  • Choice A – peace because we accept being a slave who is ruled by the slavemasters
  • Choice B – peace because the slavemasters are powerless to influence anything

The British slavemasters would have us believe that peace means lack of wars.

That is not what peace means.

This is as spurious as defining life as lack of murder.

However tempting their offer (and re-definition) of peace sounds, we should be aware that such an offer carries a steep price, we have to become willing slaves in their world government. It is really coercion, because they are saying they will continue to cause wars if we don’t agree to be their slaves.

The New World Order people are using a new method of dominating everyone else – mind control methods to accomplish social engineering – which means behavior modification.

What is wrong with their behavior modification is that they want to get rid of our very correct idea that we should live as free men, replacing that with an incorrect idea that we should live as slaves.

British intelligence has infiltrated mental health and they use it as one means to accomplish their political goal.

They have defined mental health as being a willing subject in the New World Order. That is not sanity – that is the British New World Order political operation masquerading as “mental health”.

The “mental health” movement is not about mental health. It is actually a British New World Order political operation. It uses propaganda and other devious methods to accomplish their end that we should all be willing subjects in a world that is ruled and run by the British slavemasters – for their benefit, not ours!

In the formation of the World Federation for Mental Health in 1948, you see them attempt to lay the cause of wars on our doorstep and then they use that lie to justify the formation of a World Government!

They are attempting to take their psychosis and accuse the rest of us as having it!

alice wonderland queen_compressedShe needs mental health therapy for causing wars!

The British slavemasters cause wars, economic hardship and other destructive acts against mankind.
They are the people needing to handle their psychosis for those evil actions, not the rest of us.

How odd it is that the most evil men in history are going to teach us how to be good!

How odd it is that the most insane men in the world are going to tell us how to be sane!

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The World Health Organization was formed in 1948. Brock Chisholm became the first Director General of the World Health Organization. Brock Chisholm advocated World Government, he was an agent for the British New World Order.

Chisholm WWIIGeorge Brock Chisholm – Canadian psychiatrist

Chisholm is another looney character we see down the mental health rabbit hole.

The people who definitely do not want to fight any more wars must promise annihilation to any nation which starts to fight and must be prepared immediately and ruthlessly to carry out that promise without parley or negotiation.

This involves the continual upkeep of widely dispersed atomic rocket stations covering the whole world and a continual high pressure research program to discover ever more efficient methods of killing to keep ahead of any possible competition. This must go on until we, all the people, are re-educated to be able to live in peace together…

…to watch carefully for signs that any individuals or groups are becoming potential enemies and to kill them all ruthlessly before they can become strong…


August 1948 – William Sargant was appointed the director of the department of psychiatry at Saint Thomas Hospital in London, and stays there until 1973.

William Walters SargantWilliam Walters Sargant

His basic technique was heavy sedation, combined with insulin coma therapy, frequent ECT, and various drugs.


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On 1 June 1951 a meeting took place at the Ritz Carlton Hotel in Montreal, Canada. Representatives from Britain, America and Canada attended. It was a conspiracy meeting to develop an offensive mind control weapon – it was their plans for secret human experimentation to break someone’s will is what is going to be ‘coordinated’.
Members of British intelligence and the CIA were in attendance.   60, 61, 62

In other words, they were looking for a method to accomplish the goal of war –
War is thus an act of force to compel our enemy to do our will.”
“The war… cannot be considered to have ended so long as the enemy’s will has not been broken.”

CIA documents state that the results of the meeting were reported to Dr. William Webster, Chairman of the Research and Development Board.



william_webster_1952Dr. William Webster

This is the guy who was overseeing and directing the American mind control research in coordination with the British and Canadian governments. The CIA was not the originator of its research into mind control, Wilson was over the CIA and its research into mind control.  63

This meeting is proof of direct British intelligence involvement in the CIA conducting mind control research.

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Psychiatrist Max Fink is considered the godfather of electroshock therapy in the United States. Max Fink worked with psychiatrist Lauretta Bender at Bellevue Hospital in New York.

For the past 40 years, Fink has been the world’s leading expert and defender of electroconvulsive therapy (ECT).Max Fink

Fink was a fully cleared CIA Project Artichoke consultant. Project Artichoke was headed by Morse Allen, and in 1951 Allen worked closely with Fink in efforts to thoroughly explore the merits of electroshock techniques for interrogations. The CIA was especially interested in the use of electroshock machines in producing amnesia, inducing subjects to talk and making subjects more prone to hypnotic control. A CIA document dated 3 December 1951 says Max Fink told CIA officials an individual could gradually be reduced through the use of electroshock treatment to the vegetable level.  52

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On 14 September 1952, Pope Pacelli gave a speech at a meeting of psychiatrists.  46

The following two paragraphs are things he said, but they are difficult to understand and you have to read them slowly to get what he is saying. So, I’m going to help by telling you what he meant, before you read it.

In the first paragraph Pope Pacelli says it is immoral for doctors to destroy a person’s personality and reduce him to the level of a living automaton. However, in the second paragraph he says it is ok for doctors to do that to minor children, the feeble minded, and those who they have decided are lunatics.

Moreover, in exercising his right to dispose of himself, his faculties and his organs, the individual must observe the hierarchy of the orders of values—or within a single order of values, the hierarchy of particular rights—insofar as the rules of morality demand. Thus, for example, a man cannot perform on himself or allow doctors to perform acts of a physical or somatic nature which doubtless relieve heavy physical or psychic burdens or infirmities, but which bring about at the same time permanent abolition or considerable and durable diminution of his freedom, that is, of his human personality in its typical and characteristic function. Such an act degrades a man to the level of a being reacting only to acquired reflexes or to a living automation. The moral law does not allow such a reversal of values. Here it sets up its limits to the “medical interests of the patient.”

It is from the State, however, that the doctor must receive authorization when he acts upon the organism of the individual in the “interests of the community.” For then he does not act as a private individual, but as a mandatory of the public power. The latter cannot, however, pass on a right that it does not possess, save in the case already mentioned when it acts as a deputy, as the legal representative of a minor for as long as he cannot make his own decisions, of a person of feeble mind or of a lunatic.

The date of this speech is very significant – 14 September 1952. Pope Pacelli gave his blessing to invasive and destructive psychiatric treatments, just prior to a Catholic psychiatrist introducing psychiatric drugs in America. The first psych drug introduced was Thorazine. They targeted schizophrenics with it – those people experiencing telepathy and claivoyance.

Thorazine was the first psychiatric drug introduced into America by Frank Ayd, starting in December 1952.

Phenothiazine is an insecticide and some psychiatric drugs are derivatives of that insecticide

Chemical Name                Brand Name

chlorpromazine                Thorazine
thioridazine                      Mellaril
fluphenazine                    Prolixin and Duraclon
trifluoperazine                  Stelazine
promazine                       Anectine and Robinul
perphenazine                   Etrafon and Trilafon
triflupromazine                 Robinul
mesoridazine                   Serentil
prochlorperazine             Compazine

Frank Ayd was the first to test it and help bring it into prominence.

frank aydFrank Ayd

William L. Long was the first chemist of the drug company Smith, Kline and French. His Jesuit brother personally knew Frank Ayd, and told him about Ayd’s interest in testing drugs. In December 1952, Bill Long called Frank Ayd and got his agreement to test Thorazine.  40

In 1953, Frank Ayd became the first in the United States authorized by the FDA to study Thorazine in patients.
In 1955, Frank Ayd published the results of using Thorazine in mental patients, thereby initiating the modern era of psychopharmacology in the United States.  38

I was sort of a St. John the Baptist in the wilderness preaching the gospel of the psychopharmaceuticals… I felt that I should tell a balanced story that for every blessing there can be smite; you can help and you can smite people with these drugs.

– Frank Ayd  36

The arrival of Thorazine in psychiatric treatment made electroconvulsive therapy a second choice or last resort for treating mental illness. Its popularity declined, and some states and countries ultimately legislated against its use.  39

People hearing voices are experiencing two natural phenomena, it is telepathy or it is a memory.

It is not hallucinations or delusions.

Catholic psychiatry labels them schizophrenic and attacks these people with vicious “treatments”.

Thorazine was recognized as the first drug treatment for schizophrenia.   39

 David Healy – They could still hear the voices but the behavior changed?

Frank Ayd – That’s right. The voices were there but not as intense and over time they were disappearing, delusions were slowly melting away. …you learned that you could not stop the medicine in the majority of them.  41

Thorazine has some horrific effects on people. Psychiatrists call it the chemical strait-jacket. The person is doped into oblivion to a point where they do not even recognize family members.

Psychiatrists discovered that Thorazine produced “a medicinal lobotomy.” The patients are called zombies.


Dopamine is a brain chemical. Dopamine deficiency results in Parkinson’s Disease. Thorazine works by blocking dopamine receptors in the brain, and people on Thorazine develop the symptoms of Parkinson’s Disease.

Other bad effects are constipation, low blood pressure, restlessness, inability to stop moving, sustained muscle contractions, twitching, and repetitive involuntary movements like grimacing, tongue protrusion, lip smacking, puckering the lips and rapid eye blinking.  43

Sustained muscle contractions like this scene in the movie Skin Deep

Thorazine also causes liver damage, resulting in jaundice – yellow skin.   44

Thorazine raises body temperature, which is sometimes fatal. Frank Ayd said –

Frank discussed an often fatal chlorpromazine reaction:  “Fluctuations of temperature in patients receiving chlorpormazine have been reported..” He gives a case example from literally right when he’s privately drug testing for Smith Kline in 1953, where a 41-year-old white man died from the doses of Thorazine Frank gave him. He had a rectal temperature of 108 F when he died.    45

But Frank Ayd attempts to lessen the crime by saying that some people are only helped by big doses.

Well, at least the voices are gone

autopsy - vincent - well thats not good

Check the guy on the rights’ expression – that’s about what mine is right now.

That’s twice now, that Ayd destroyed people physically with this insecticide called Thorazine, and passed it off as “ok” as long as the person stopped doing whatever annoyed the slavemasters so much.

Psychiatric drugs are another psychiatric barbaric treatment that damages people.

Thorazine and the other psych drugs did nothing to the mental illness for which it was used.

Frank Ayd said –

Some just stopped medicines and the psychosis came back in all its glory.  42

Despite their continued failure to understand how psychiatric drugs work, doctors continue to tell patients that their troubles are the result of chemical imbalances in their brains. As Frank Ayd pointed out, this explanation helps reassure patients even as it encourages them to take their medicine, and it fits in perfectly with our expectation that doctors will seek out and destroy the chemical villains responsible for all of our suffering, both physical and mental. The theory may not work as science, but it is a devastatingly effective myth.

– Gary Greenberg The New Yorker magazine   37

(Frank Ayd was hired by the Pope)

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William Sargant was a British psychiatrist who worked for MI 6. He had pioneered the pain-drug-hypnosis behavior modification method. The patient is knocked out with drugs, given electric shocks, and verbal hypnotic commands are installed while he is unconscious.

American psychiatrist Ewen Cameron was also an agent for British intelligence who worked with Sargant starting during World War II. Cameron advocated the New World Order in public speeches.

Cameron was another sadistic sociopath monster. Cameron and Sargant worked together doing behavior modification research for British intelligence and the CIA.

Ewen Cameron worked at the Rockefeller-funded Allan Memorial Institute. It is part of McGill University in Montreal, Canada.

Willim Walters Sargant Ewen_Cameron_pic_from_1979_video
William Walters Sargant              Donald Ewen Cameron



 Allan_Memorial_InstituteAllan Memorial Institute

The CIA paid Cameron $84,820 for behavior modification research from 1957 to 1964 – MK Ultra Subproject 68.  57

In hypnosis, a person is put into a trance. Then you can install a command that the person will obey when he is brought out of the trance. All of this does not work with most people. But that is where they got the idea to install commands after making a person unconscious with drugs.

There are two steps to behavior modification.

Step 1 – Removal of your personality and ideas
Step 2 – Install the new personality and the new ideas

The initial step of wiping out the person’s memory and identity was called depatterning. LSD, brain surgery, and brutal electric shocks were all used to accomplish depatterning.

The patients were subjected to months of chemically-induced comas meant to destroy their memories of themselves and their families – a human catastrophe that stripped more than 300 people of their identities.

Cameron’s patients were woken from drug-induced stupors two or three times a day for multiple electric shocks. The patient would be given an electric shock, followed by five to nine smaller ones, two or three times a day for up to thirty days. These electric shocks were severe, at 30 to 40 times the normal power. Hospital workers at the time have reported that the screaming echoed around the hospital.

The patients were dazed, incapable of taking care of themselves, often groping their way around the hospital and urinating on the floor.

Cameron wrote that his typical depatterning patient – “There is complete amnesia for all events in his life.”
The depatterning was considered completed when the victim had lost all his memory and identity.

Once this depatterning was completed, the second step was entered into, which was called Heteropsychic Driving. Hetero means other or different. In other words, they will now install a different personality or identity.

A helmet would be clamped on their heads and negative messages would be repeated into the victim’s mind for sixteen hours a day. These messages would repeat phrases like “My mother hates me, my husband hates me, I am a failure”, and so on, using recordings of the victim’s own voice. Cameron would also wire their legs and give them an electric shock after the completion of each message.

Recording the patient during psychotherapy sessions then playing it back to them – part of the “psychic driving” process.

Psychic driving - ewen Cameron.


Cameron wrote that this technique provided “direct, controlled changes in personality.”

Inside the Sleep Room by Gordon Thomas

His name was William Walters SargantHe was the British end of the most sinister program ever approved by the United States government: MK Ultra, an intelligence agency effort designed to control all human behavior.

One of a series of research programs that sought to control and manipulate human behavior, MK Ultra included wide-ranging experiments with LSD and other drugs, hypnosis, electric shock…

Sargant, like Cameron, had devised a system where all patients in the Sleep Room received endless instructions on a tape loop. They were played through a recorder placed under each pillow.

…at the Allan Memorial Institute… patients received their messages through adapted football helmets strapped to their heads.

There was another link between Sargant and Cameron: Leonard Rubenstein. He worked for MI 5. At the Allan Memorial Institute he ran the “research and behavioral laboratory.” There he created the tape loops. He had flown to London to show Sargant how they should be fashioned.

From an excellent reference site concerning Ewen Cameron –

The Canadian MKULTRA programme took place at the Allan Memorial Institute (AMI)… AMI’s director from 1943 to 1964 was Dr. Donald Ewen Cameron, who called his experimental techniques “depatterning” and “psychic driving.” Cameron subjected his patients to heavy doses of drugs combined with electric shock treatment, technically known as Electro-Convulsive Therapy (ECT), but not as Cameron practised it. In standard professional ECT, the patient is given a single dose of 110 volts lasting a fraction of a second.

Cameron used a dosage twenty to forty times more intense, two to three times a day, with the power turned up to 150V. The frequent screams of patients that echoed through the hospital did not deter Cameron and his associates in their attempts to “de-pattern” their subjects completely. Sometimes Cameron would combine this treatment with up to 35 days of prolonged sensory deprivation in a sealed environment. This constituted the “depatterning” phase of the treatment…

Cameron would then attempt to reprogram his victims with his “psychic driving” techniques, which consisted of messages played on tape recorders, repeated thousands of times through headphones. Usually ten days of “negative signals,” stressing the patient’s presumed inadequacies, would be followed by ten days of “positive” messages, encouraging the desired behavior. Psychic driving would take place for continuous periods of up to 16 hours per day.

The CIA invited Cameron to apply for funding from the Society for the Investigation of Human Ecology, a CIA front. From 1957 to 1962, the Agency supported Cameron’s work with grants totally $84,820.

Under the guise of mental treatment, patients became lab rats in slavemaster behavior modification research.

Linda McDonald was a young mother suffering from mild depression after giving birth to a child. She underwent 80 days of drug-induced coma where she received 132 brutal electroshock treatments that erased all memory of her previous life.

Linda_McDonaldLinda McDonald

Mary C. was a 52 year-old woman Cameron tortured. She was going through menopause and Cameron used those symptoms to diagnose her as a hypochondriac. 10 

Madeleine Smith, a 28-year-old Canadian newscaster, was another Cameron casualty. Madeleine was taken into the operating room for brain surgery. The surgeon drilled a hole through her skull. An instrument was used to make several sweeping incisions through her brain.

While the surgeon worked, Ewen Cameron stood over the young woman, plying her with questions until he was assured the surgeon had achieved the desired result. When Madeleine vacantly stared and could only grunt in response, the surgery ended. Madeleine lived the rest of her life an automaton in the confines of an insane asylum.


Donald_ewen_cameronEwen Cameron

Their “sleep room” experiments at Allan Memorial Institute resulted in permanent brain damage to scores of patients. 39

They do not care about anyone’s mental, spiritual, or physical well-being.

Their only interest is how to get people to do what they want.

Sociopaths put up a white mask over their evil mask, cloaking their evil destructive acts by claiming they were helping.

sociopath real person

British intelligence instigated behavior modification and mind control research in England, using sadistic monsters like William Sargant and John Rees. British intelligence then instigated the American intelligence agencies to do it –
using sadistic monsters like Ewen Cameron.

MK Ultra Subproject 68 documents are filed under “68″ at The Black Vault, on disk 4 in the folder numbered 17468.

Document # 52 mentions drugs that Ewen Cameron was using –


“We propose to use LSD25… as a means of breaking down the ongoing patterns of behavior.”

Now let’s take a look at the horrible drug anectine that psychiatrists use when delivering electroshock. Anectine is the brand name for Succinylcholine Chloride. The person becomes paralized to the point they cannot even breathe. They also used it on prisoners as a behavior modification method.

The “behavior modification” programs are for the most part carried out in secret. Occasionally word of these procedures leaks out, as in the autumn of 1970, when Medical World News ran an article titled “Scaring the Devil Out” about the use of the drug Anectine in “aversion therapy” in the California prisons.

Anectine, a derivative of the South American arrow-tip poison curare, is used medically in small doses as a muscle relaxant, but behavioral researches discovered that when administered to unruly prisoners in massive amounts – from twenty to forty milligrams – it causes them to lose all control of voluntary muscles.

An unpublished account of the Anectine Therapy program at Vacaville, California, by two of the staff researchers there, Arthur L. Mattocks, supervisor of the research unit, and Charles Jew, social research analyst, states that “the conceptual scheme was to develop a strong association between any violent or acting-out behavior and the drug Anectine and its frightful consequences,” among which were “cessation of respiration for a period of approximately two minutes’ duration.”

Of those selected to endure these consequences, “nearly all could be characterized as angry young men,” say the authors. Some seem to have been made a good deal angrier by the experience, for the report notes that of sixty-four prisoners in the program “nine persons not only did not decrease but actually exhibited an increase in their overall number of disciplinary infractions.”

According to Dr. Arthur Nugent, Chief psychiatrist at Vacaville and an enthusiast for the drug, it induces “sensations of suffocation and drowning.”

The subject experiences feelings of deep horror and terror, “as though he were on the brink of death.”

While he is in this condition a therapist scolds him for his misdeeds and tells him to shape up or expect more of the same.

Dr. Nugent told the San Francisco Chronicle, “Even the toughest inmates have come to fear and hate the drug. I don’t blame them, I wouldn’t have one treatment myself for the world.”

Torture Cure by Jessica Mitford, Harper’s magazine, August 1973


The movie ‘Trapped‘ has a scene showing what this drug does to people –


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Starting in 1960, psychiatrist Lauretta Bender worked for CIA Project MK Ultra doing LSD experiments on children.  56

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Psychiatrist Harry Bailey trained with Robert Heath of Tulane University. Heath received CIA funding under MK Ultra to conduct research into electrical stimulation of the brain using surgically implanted electrodes.

Harry BaileyHarry Richard Bailey

Harry Bailey was chief psychiatrist at Chelmsford Private Hospital in Sydney, Australia. Starting in 1963, Bailey used deep sleep treatment resulting in the death of 26 patients. Bailey used a cocktail of barbiturates to put patients into a coma lasting up to 39 days, while also administering electro-convulsive therapy.

Bailey and William Sargant were in close contact and were in contest with each other to see which of them could keep a patient in the deepest coma. Bailey was linked with the deaths of 85 patients.   59

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Royal Waterloo Hospital for Children and Women was part of Saint Thomas Hospital. Starting in 1964, William Sargant ran his sleep room in Ward 5 at Royal Waterloo. Sargant specialized in children and women. Almost all were teenage girls and women in their early 20s.  13


Elizabeth Reed was just 22 years old and engaged to be married.

Elizabeth before Sargant got hold of her
elizabeth reed before her treatment

She was diagnosed with ‘obsessional neurosis’.

Whatever the frack that meant.

come on!

There are many horrors that Elizabeth Reed recalls from her time at London’s Royal Waterloo Hospital… She describes a small, windowless room… just lit by a night lamp…

Heavily drugged and subjected to horrendous levels of electro-convulsive therapy and even lobotomies, the unluckiest were taken to the ‘Narcosis Room’, where they were put to sleep for weeks at a time.

‘It was so frightening. First of all, they injected you and you had an awful feeling of falling backwards into yourself.’

‘It was like being buried alive,’ she says. ‘I was lying there in the dark, hour after hour, and couldn’t move. I wasn’t aware of my body,  just my head in this darkness. You could hear people moving around and other people breathing and moaning.’

‘The worst time was when I started not to be asleep. I was awake, but couldn’t move or speak. It was torture, lying there for hours in the darkness.’

paralyzed narcosis

‘I can remember the sound of the ECT machine being wheeled down the corridor and it being switched on and off in other rooms,’ she says.

‘After ECT, you didn’t know who you were.’

‘…if you’ve been put in a sleep room, then your memories are not going to be clear.
I lost a huge chunk of my past. Many of us were left with pieces of our memory missing.’

‘He damaged us,’  says Elizabeth. ‘He destroyed our potential.’ After being discharged from Ward 5, she was unable to cope with her career in marketing and took jobs as a supermarket shelf-stacker and a cleaning lady.

‘It changed me. I lost interest in things,’ she says. ‘There was no way back to my old life. I am angry about what I feel I missed out on. I’ve lost chunks of my memory.’

According to Hilary Jameson… being admitted to Ward 5 was ‘like falling into the jaws of hell’. As a 17-year-old A-level student in Oxford, she stopped eating after her parents’ divorce, though she insists she was far from anorexic.

Hilary was forced to undergo ECT… ‘It was impossible to rebel because you were constantly drugged,’ she says.  ‘…most patients in Ward 5 were just young girls who had problems with their families. It was barbaric.’ Hilary adds: ‘It dulled me an awful lot. It knocked the spirit out of me. Taking so many drugs had a bad effect – by the time I was 26 I had ovarian cysts.’

…women like Elizabeth and Hilary… want to know how Sargant can have been allowed to get away with such monstrous behaviour. ‘ We’re still suffering from what he and his colleagues did to us.’

A leading psychiatric expert, Professor Malcolm Lader of King’s College, London, recalls how, as a junior doctor, Sargant showed him his sleep room several times…

‘To be frank, I was horrified by what I saw,’ he says. ‘It was a fraught procedure to be sedated for that amount of time. Most importantly, there was no evidence that narcosis had any effect. He was doling out drugs in large doses that were way above the recommended maximum dose. I resolved never to send anyone there.’

Four patients are known to have died there and yet no one stepped in to stop him. In Australia and Canada, where Sargant’s methods were disastrously emulated, dozens of narcosis patients died.  13

Sargant subjected patients to up to three months insulin coma therapy combined with electroconvulsive therapy (ECT), and various drugs. He said in a talk delivered in Leeds:

For several years past we have been treating severe resistant depression with long periods of sleep treatment. We can now keep patients asleep or very drowsy for up to 3 months if necessary. During sleep treatment we also give them ECT and anti-depressant drugs.

One of the “anti-depressant drugs” was methedrine which is another word for the street drug methamphetamine. It is highly addictive and has horrible side effects such as psychosis, breakdown of skeletal muscle, seizures, bleeding in the brain, delusions and violent behavior. It eventually destroys the person’s life – it is associated with serious health conditions such as heart damage and brain damage.  65

Here are some people who had their lives destroyed by meth –

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The psychs prescribe this drug to treat “attention deficit disorder” in children. That is an invented mental condition that does not exist in fact. If the child is not paying attention in school it is because he is not interested in the subject being taught. Talk to the child about something he is interested in and his “attention deficit disorder” will disappear.






3. Eric Trist and Hugh Murray, The Foundation and Development of the Tavistock Institute to 1989 – Tavistock Institute

4. Autobiography of Eric Trist published in “Management Laureates” edited by Arthur G. Bedeian, Volume 3, Copyright Jai Press, 1993

5. The Intellectual Odyssey Of Elliott Jaques: From Alchemy To Science by Douglas Kirsner

6. J.R. Rees “Strategic Planning for Mental Health” from Mental Health, Vol. I, No. 4, October 1940, pp. 103-106
See PDF file of Mental Health Vol 1 No 4 October 1940

7. Book Review of The American People, by Geoffrey Gorer – David T. Bazelon , 1948

8. Essays in European History: By June K. Burton

9. The Hidden Tragedy of the CIA’s Experiments on Children by Dr Jeffrey S Kaye and HP Albarelli Jr

10. The Search For The Manchurian Candidate by John Marks

11. Therapeutic Community Memories: MAXWELL JONES by David Clark MAY 2005

12. Wisdom, Madness and Folly, The Making of a Psychiatrist by R.D. Laing

13. The Zombie Ward by Barbara Davies – an article in the Daily Mail published 7 August 2013

14. Psychiatry under National Socialism – Remembrance and Responsibility – Speech at the commemorative event of the German Association for Psychiatry and Psychotherapy Berlin, 26 November 2010
Archived by the DGPPN, the German Society for Psychiatry, Pschotherapy, and Psychosomatics.

15. One Hundred Years of Psychiatry written by Emil Kraepelin in 1917, first published in German and translated/presented in 1962 by H. Peter Laqueur, M.D.

16. The Shaping of Psychiatry by War by John Rawlings Reese

Doctor Thomas Salmon came over to England in 1917 and was largely instrumental in forming the wise and statesmanlike plans that eventually came into being for the United States army. These included a much more liberal establishment of psychiatrists, or neuropsychiatrists as you called them even then. The main concern of psychiatrists in the last war was with treatment and they were very successful in treating battle neurosis just behind the lines and in tackling the more resistant cases in base hospitals. Those men who had to be evacuated out of the theatre of war to hospitals at home proved more of a problem. This was probably the first time psychiatrists had ever been used deliberately in war


18. PDF of the Mental Health and World Citizenship Congress 1948

19. A pamphlet was handed out at the International Congress on Mental Health in London in 1948. Here is the pamphlet and some of the statements made in it –

First page:

1948 Mental Health and World Citizenship Page 1

Quoting from the pamphlet:

…this pamphlet is an exact reprinting of the statement produced by the International Preparatory Commission for the – International Congress on Mental Health which was held in London in August, 1948.

The International Preparatory Commission was a group of twenty-five people who met from July 24th to August 8th, 1948… to prepare a statement to serve as a basis for consideration at the Congress.

The composition of the group was as follows:

Oswaldo Camargo-Abib,M.D Superintendent of Mental Health Services,Bahia State, Brazil
John Cohen, Ph.D. Lecturer in Psychology, University of Leeds
H. V. Dicks, M.D. Formerly Professor of Psychiatry, University of Leeds
Prof. J. C. Flugel, D.Sc. Formerly Assistant Professor ofPsychology, University College, London
Oscar L. Forel, M.D. Lecturer in Psychiatry, University of Geneva
Lawrence K. Frank, A.B. Director, Caroline Zachry Institute of Human Development, New York City
Frank Fremont-Smith, M .D., Chairman of the Executive. Medical Director, Josiah Macy, Jr. Foundation, New York City
Otto Klineberg, Ph.D. Professor of Psychology, Columbia University
J. Kockebakker, Ph .D. Head of the Mental Health Division, Institutefor Preventive Medicine, Leiden
Prof. William Line, Ph.D. Professor of Psychology, University of Toronto ; Director of Research, National Committee for Mental Hygiene
Margaret Mead, Ph.D. Associate Curator of Ethnology, AmericanMuseum of Natural History. New York City
Prof. D. Mitrany, D.Sc. Adviser on international affairs to Lever Brosand Unilever Ltd, London
Rev. E. F. O’Doherty, Ph.D Assistant to Professor of Psychology,University College, Dublin
A. Querido, M.D. Director, Dept. of Mental Hygiene, Public Health Services, Amsterdam
Prof. Carlo de Sanctis, M .D. Assistant Director, Psychiatric Hospital,Rome
Prof. T. S. Simey, M.A. Professor of Social Science, University ofLiverpool
Prof. Torgny Segerstedt, Ph .D. Professor of Sociology, University ofUpsala
Prof. Jean Stoetzel, L . Professor of Social Science, University ofBordeaux
Harry Stack Sullivan, M.D. Director, Washington School of Psychiatry
Nina Ridenour, Ph.D. Executive Officer, International Committee for Mental Hygiene
Sibyl Clement Brown, M.A. Psychiatric Social Worker. Formerly Tutor, Mental Health Course London School of Economics and Political Science
E. M. Goldberg, Psychiatric Social Worker: Formerly Regional Representative National Association for Mental Health
Helen Speyer, M.A. Executive Secretary to American Central Commission on Children and War. Psychologist and Social Worker
Daniel T. Blain, M.D. Medical Director, American Psychiatric Association
J. R. Rees, M.D. President of the Congress
George S. Stevenson, M.D. Medical Director, National Committee forMental Hygiene, New York


Each member was asked to write a statement on ” What is Mental Health,”
” What Constitutes a Good Society,” and ” What is World Citizenship.”

This statement was presented to all the 2,000 members attending the Congress on Mental Health, from approximately 50 countries.

In each of the six plenary sessions of the Congress the second speaker was a member of the International Preparatory Commission who tried to present the results of this group’s thought and experience.


Men and women everywhere, profoundly disturbed by world-wide confusion and conflict, are asking : ” Can the catastrophe of a third world war be averted ? ”

  • ” Can the peoples of the world learn to co-operate for the good of all ? “
  • ” On what basis is there hope for enduring peace ? “

The statement of the International Preparatory Commission may be summarized as follows:

Studies of human development indicate the modifiability of human behavior throughout life, especially during infancy, childhood and adolescence, by human contacts. Examination of social institutions in many countries shows that these also can be modified. These newly recognised possibilities provide the basis for improving human relations, for releasing constructive human potentialities and for modifying social institutions for the common good.

Social institutions such as family and school impose their imprint early in the personality development of their members, who in turn tend to perpetuate the traditional pattern to which they have been moulded. It is the men and women in whom these patterns of attitude and behaviour have been incorporated who present the immediate resistance to social, economic and political changes.

Thus prejudice, hostility or excessive nationalism may become deeply embedded in the developing personality without awareness on the part of the individual concerned, and often at great human cost.

In order to be effective, efforts at changing individuals must be appropriate to the successive stages of the unfolding personality…

Principles of mental health cannot be successfully furthered in any society unless there is progressive acceptance of the concept of world citizenship.

World citizenship can be widely extended among all peoples through the applications of the principles of mental health.

There is a growing belief that peace requires a world-wide foundation, and that whether realised or not, the security of each rests on a two-fold allegiance, to his country and to the community of the world.

The time has come to enlarge the concept of medicine to include mental ills and their systematic prevention. This calls for sustained team work by those who devote themselves to the study of man and society.

The sciences concerned with mental health derive from intensive first-hand studies of human beings and their inter-relationships in various cultures, of normal and abnormal development… They have benefited also from the experience of the physician, the pastor and the teacher, whose findings have been tested by modern methods of investigation and analysis.


Systematic explorations of the human mind in health as, well as in disease, carried out by psychiatrists and others in recent decades, give some conception of the nature and dimensions of the problems facing mankind today. These investigations have revealed the immense possibilities for constructive effort inherent in human societies and the latent goodwill in the individual. They have also helped us to understand how vast destructive forces may be let loose upon the world, for example, in the form of war, or in the more ominous camps for mass extermination which have outraged humanity…

…the social scientist is aware that human conduct is modifiable. This newly clarified conception of the modifiability of man and of his society has great promise.

Prolonged enquiry has shown that the thoughts and conduct of the individual may be deeply affected by mental processes and experiences of which he is altogether unaware and which may be highly obstructive.

…Few are entirely free from such handicap, which are a source of suffering and human waste. It is the function of all those concerned with problems of health and education to do everything in their power to remove these obstacles.


Two world wars in a single generation, and the possibility of a much more devastating one in the not distant future, have made clear to everyone the urgency of the crisis. …the question must be faced as to whether survival is possible without adapting human institutions so that men can live together as world citizens in a world community…

…there can be no world community until individuals and groups have learned how to live at peace with themselves and one another, and until they have ceased to struggle for their own sense of group solidarity at the expense of hostility and violence against others.

The phenomenon of group exclusiveness in our era reaches its peak in an exaggerated nationalism, which separates groups of men the world over…

In approaching the question of world citizenship, it is important at all costs to be free from political naivete.

This then, as we see it, is the ultimate goal of mental healthto help men to live with their fellows in one world.


The child who does not cause inconvenience to adults may be more in need of help than the child who is a nuisance. The aim is to get patients under treatment in early stages of their disorder.

Unsatisfactory family relationships may include those in which the bonds are too close as well as those in which there is conflict or neglect.

The time has now come for using the techniques of press, film, radio and drama in order to reach larger numbers of people.



That the UN (United Nations) organisations consider all possible means of integrating national loyalties to the United Nations and to the world community.



This Federation was brought into being during the International Congress on Mental Health in London, August, 1948. It will take the place of the International Committee for Mental Hygiene.

… it is incorporated in Switzerland.

The first officers of the Federation are :


20. Oahspe, a new Bible in the words of Jehovih and his angel embassadors by John Ballou Newbrough

21. Freud Encyclopaedia edited by Edward Erwin

22. The Epic of Gilgamesh. The Babylonian Epic Poem and Other Texts in Akkadian and Sumerian by Andrew George, Professor of Babylonian at the University of London’s School of Oriental and African Studies, Penguin Books 1999, London

We know from many ancient Mesopotamian sources, in Sumerian and in Akkadian, that the Babylonians believed the purpose of the human race to be the service of the gods. Before mankind’s creation, the myth tells us, the cities of lower Mesopotamia were inhabited by the gods alone and they had to feed and clothe themselves by their own efforts. Under the supervision of Enlil, the lord of the earth, the lesser deities grew and harvested the god’s food, tilled the soil, and most exhaustingly, dug the rivers and waterways that irrigated the fields. Eventually the labour became too much for them and they mutinied.


24. The Nesilim called their kingdom “the land of Hatti”.  One of the earliest tribes in Germany, is referred to as the Chatti or Hatti. Some Nesilim had migrated into Germany, and that tribe was the forerunner of the German “Hessians”.

The Encyclopedia Britannica says: “The earliest known inhabitants of the country [Germany] were the Chatti, who lived here during the first century A.D. …. ‘Alike both in race and language,’ says Walther Schultze, ‘the Chatti and the Hessi are identical’” (“Hesse,” vol. 13).

Nesilim Hatti = German Hessians

25. DIVINI REDEMPTORIS (On Atheistic Communism) by Pope Pius XI on 19 March 1937

26. Pope Gregory XVI, encyclical epistle “Mirari vos,” 15 August 1832

27. On 8 December 1864 Pope Pius IX put out an encyclical called The Syllabus of Errors (Latin: Syllabus Errorum). The Syllabus presented a list of “condemned propositions”. It went with an encyclical called Quanta Cura CONDEMNING CURRENT ERRORS put out on the same day, 8 December 1864.

28. PDF – kraepelin 1912 book

29. Introduction to the Science of Mental Health; Volume 2, Chapter 10: Demonic Influences pp 529-577 – gives a list of ‘demonicpowers – the list was inspired by Father Fr. Chad Ripperger

30. Catholic Catechism Part Three, Section Two, The Ten Commandments 2115-2117; English Translation of the Cathechism of the Catholic Church for the United States of America © 1997, United States Catholic Conference, Inc. You can also see this here at the Vatican’s own website.

31. Bedlam: the brutal truth, 12 August 2008

Traditionally, the medieval Church equated health and madness with good and evil. The mad were possessed by evil spirits, which could be driven out by beating, immersion in freezing water and periods in isolation. Sir Thomas More was as much in favour of thrashing the insane to bring them to their senses as he was of flogging heretics.

There was money to be made out of the misery…

32. Psychiatrist in the Shadow of the Holocaust, by John W. Thompson pages 233 – 235

Just after WWII, Roman Catholic psychiatrist John W. Thompson talked about an argument he was having with a Dr. Bourg over a patient in the British Isles.

Dr. Bourg – He wrote a letter to his aunt which she brought for me to see. It is obvious that he is a schizophrenic.

John Thompson – You mean that you are diagnosing schizophrenia on the basis of a letter?

Dr. Bourg – Yes, It is without any doubt a Schizophrenia.

John Thompson – Have you ever seen the boy?

Dr. Bourg – No

Thompson said something very interesting. He said that Bourg was behaving exactly like the German psychiatrists who sent thousands of schizophrenics to the gas chambers on the basis of forms.

33. FRANK J. AYD, Jr. interviewed by Thomas A. Ban Washington, DC, July 19, 2001


35. Interview with Frank J. Ayd, Jr. by Leo E. Hollister, San Juan, Puerto Rico, December 11, 1994 – PDF

Frank Ayd said –

ECT was not done at the medical schools, at either Maryland or at Hopkins. There was one fellow doing ECT, Lothar Kalinowsky, who was sort of looked upon as a renegade. So I wrote a letter to him and said “I would like to come and spend some time with you.” He graciously agreed to have me. I went up for a week, stayed at a hotel, and spent one week with this man. He was one of my tutors.

36. Interview with Frank J. Ayd, Jr. by Leo E. Hollister, San Juan, Puerto Rico, December 11, 1994 – PDF

Roman Catholic psychiatrist Dr. Frank Ayd details in an interview, that when he was assigned to Perry Point during WW II, most of the patients were soldiers from WW I!

Frank Ayd – …a few weeks after I got to Perry Point, I was assigned to what was euphemistically called continuous treatment service. Well, there were 800 patients in the ward that I was assigned to, Leo. Most of those people were still under 60 years of age, but they had been in that hospital, most of them, 20–30 years.

Leo E. Hollister – Many since World War I.

Frank Ayd – That’s it. Well, I even had one from the Spanish-American War, an old geriatric guy. But, actually, you learned one thing: schizophrenia was chronic and devastating. And it would be true if you put over the portal “abandon hope all ye who enter here,” because your chances of leaving, outside of a pine box, were pretty slim.

37. Book: John W. Thompson: Psychiatrist in the Shadow of the Holocaust, by Paul Weindling pages 153-155

38. Frank J Ayd Jr, MD (1920–2008) by Barry Blackwell; Cite – Obit, Neuropsychopharmacology (2008) 33, 3255–3256; doi:10.1038/npp.2008.180

39. Article by Gary Greenberg in the New Yorker

40. Interview with Frank J. Ayd, Jr. by Leo E. Hollister, San Juan, Puerto Rico, December 11, 1994 – PDF

Frank Ayd –

As a consequence, when I left Perry Point and went into private practice, I received a phone call from a psychiatrist by the name of Bill Long. Bill was with Smith, Kline & French (SK&F). He knew me because his brother had taught me. And he said: “I hear you’ve got some interest in testing drugs.” And I said: “I do.” And he said: “Well, we’ve got one from Rhône-Poulenc, and we’re looking for people who will take a look at it.” I agreed that I would take a look at it. That was in December, 1952.

FRANK J. AYD, Jr. interviewed by Thomas A. Ban Washington, DC, July 19, 2001 –

Frank Ayd – And, the next drug that I ever agreed to do a study on was chlorpromazine. I got a phone call from a Dr. Bill Long. Bill Long’s Jesuit brother was a principal at the high school that I attended and he mentioned to Bill Long my interest in drugs. And, Bill called me that he had a drug from Rhône-Poulenc in Paris and would like talk to me about it. So he came to Baltimore, and, I’ll never forget it, he had samples of 10 mg. tablets of chlorpromazine with him. You’d have to give a full bottle to get some effects from it.

Thomas Ban – So, you got your chlorpromazine directly from Rhône Poulenc. Most investigators in the United States got it from Smith, Kline & French. It seems that the first patients you treated with chlorpromazine were not schizophrenics

Frank Ayd – They weren’t. You don’t see that many schizophrenics in private practice. I had at the time just gotten admitting privileges at Taylor Manor hospital, a private psychiatric hospital. Most of the private patients don’t go to be treated in private hospitals for schizophrenia, unless they are very wealthy, because they would need to stay there a long time. Most of the patients admitted to private hospitals are bipolar, hypomanic or manic patients. Schizophrenic patients are admitted mainly for a short time to control their agitation and aggressive behavior, or that sort of things. 

41. Interview with FRANK J. AYD, Jr. by David Healy at Las Croabas, Puerto Rico, December 13, 1998 – PDF

42. Delivering Ayd to the Mentally Ill By W. Thomas Carey, spring 2003

43. Katherine Scott’s blog has an well researched article on Thorazine –

Thorazine, generic name Chlorpromazine, was the result of researchers in France trying to find a “magic bullet” for malaria. Instead, they found a sedative thought to be potentially useful in surgery. They also discovered that it produced “a medicinal lobotomy.”

And why do with surgery what you could do with drugs?

Thorazine works by blocking dopamine receptors in the brain. In response, the presynaptic neurons release more dopamine into the synaptic cleft, stimulating the postsynaptic neuron to increase dopamine receptor density.

If this is sounding counter-intuitive to anyone, you are right. Blocking the receptors does just means that there is more dopamine around and more receptors to respond to it. (If this is sounding confusing to anyone, click here).

But, after three weeks, the feedback mechanism that regulates dopamine release based on the activity of the post-synaptic neuron (which is suppressed because Thorazine blocks its receptors) begins to fail. This means that the neurons begin to fire in irregular patterns or stop firing all together.

The problem with this? Dopamine doesn’t just make you psychotic, it makes your muscles move. Parkinson’s disease is caused by the death of neurons in the brain that use dopamine as their transmitter.

Which brings us to the unpleasant side effects that lead Thorazine to fall out of favour, including but not limited to: constipation, sedation, low blood pressure, restlessness and the inability to stop moving, sustained muscle contractions and twitching, and tardive dyskinesia.

Tardive dyskinesia is irreversible and characterized by repetitive involuntary movements like grimacing, tongue protrusion, lip smacking, puckering and pursing of the lips and rapid eye blinking.

44. FRANK J. AYD, Jr. Interviewed by Thomas A. Ban Washington, DC, July 19, 2001 p. 13 – PDF

Frank Ayd said –

But, I tried the drug and had initially some unhappy experiences with it. The first patient I gave chlorpromazine was in a general hospital. I put him on a relatively low dose but still in two days he got jaundice. The nurses called and said, “Your patient is yellow”. 

… I had a patient, whom I had been seeing by then for about two years, and ten days after I put her on chlorpromazine when she came back to my office, Tom, she was as jaundiced as she could be. …I learned one thing right off that you don’t necessarily have to discontinue chlorpromazine when a patient gets jaundiced.

45. A website called Bolerium it lists out various unusual reading material. One of which was a collection of papers by pharmacologists called: The new chemotherapy in mental illness, the history, pharmacology and clinical experiences with rauwolfia, phenothiazine, azacyclonol, mephenesin, hydroxyzine and benactyzine preparations edited by Gordon, Hirsch L.; New York, Philosophical Library, 1958. xvii, 762p.

The last paper in the book was by Frank Ayd.

Frank discussed an often fatal chlorpromazine reaction:  “Fluctuations of temperature in patients receiving chlorpormazine have been reported..” He gives a case example from literally right when he’s privately drug testing for Smith Kline in 1953, where a 41-year-old white man died from the doses of Thorazine Frank gave him. He had a rectal temperature of 108 F when he died.

46. An address given by Pope Pacelli on September 14, 1952  to the First International Congress on the Histopathology of the Nervous System

47. Shock Therapy: A History of Electroconvulsive Treatment in Mental Illness By Edward Shorter, David Healy

48. Borderline Cases Treated by Electric Shock by Abraham Myerson, American Journal of Psychiatry 100 (November 1, 1943):353–357

49. Observations on Mental Patients after Electro-shock by HANS LÖWENBACH and EDWARD J. STAINBROOK , American Journal of Psychiatry, May 1942, the opening sentence. These two psychiatrists were conducting traumatic shock experiments on people at the Laboratory of the Department of Neuropsychiatry, Duke University School of Medicine* Durham, N.C.

50. Abraham Myerson comment in Discussion section immediately following an article by Barrera (S.E., N.D.C. Lewis, B.L. Pacella, and L.B. Kalinowsky: Brain Changes associated with electrically Induced Seizures: A Study in the Macacus Rhesus. Transactions of the American Neurological Association, Volume 68, June 1942, p. 39   – see PDF of these comments

51. Further Experience with Electric-Shock Therapy in Mental Disease, by Abraham Myerson, M.D., New England Journal of Medicine, volume 227:403-407 September 10, 1942  – PDF of first page image here

52. Logansport Pharos Tribune, January 8, 1979 –


I tracked this document down today, it was indeed on the Black Vault CD’s (see main page of CIA Document Library for those)

For now though, here’s the images of this two-page 3 December 1951 document.

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53. PDF – Lauretta Bender 1944 Shocked 100 children

54. The Hidden Tragedy of the CIA’s Experiments on Children by H.P. Albarelli Jr. and Dr. Jeffrey S. Kaye

55. Alfred Freedman interviewed by Thomas Ban, 2000 – PDF

56. A Secret Order by H. Albarelli, Jr.

The book gives details about psychiatrist Lauretta Bender working for CIA Project MK Ultra doing LSD experiments on children.

Shortly after deciding to initiate her own LSD experiments on children, Bender attended a conference sponsored by a CIA front group, the Josiah Macy Foundation. The conference focused on LSD research and featured Dr. Harold A. Abramson as a presenter. In 1960, Abramson conducted his own LSD experiments on a group of six children ranging in age from five to 14 years of age. A few short months after the Macy Foundation conference, Dr. Bender was notified that her planned LSD experiments would be partially and surreptitiously funded by the Society for the Investigation of Human Ecology, another CIA front group…

Apparently, Bender’s work with children and LSD raised some concerns at the CIA’s Technical Services Division (TSD). A 1961 TSD memo written to Monroe questioned the “operational benefits of Dr. Bender’s work as related to children and LSD,” and requested to be kept “closely appraised of the possible links between Dr. Bender’s project and those being conducted under separate MK/ULTRA funding at designated prisons in New York and elsewhere.”

In 1960, Dr. Bender launched her first experiments with LSD and children. They were conducted within the Children’s Unit, Creedmoor State Hospital in Queens, New York. The LSD she used was supplied by Dr. Rudolph P. Bircher of the Sandoz Pharmaceutical Company. (Dr. Bircher also provided Bender with UML-491, also a Sandoz-produced product, very much like LSD but sometimes “dreamier” in effect and longer lasting.) Her initial group of young subjects consisted of 14 children diagnosed schizophrenic, all under the age of 11.

Jean Marie is almost seven years old. She came here nearly a year ago after her parents abandoned her to the care of an aunt who had no interest in raising her. Marie, who prefers to be called Jean, is shy, withdrawn, and distrustful of most adults she encounters. There are reports she may have been sexually molested by her uncle … Despite her withdrawn nature she smiles easily, and enjoys the company of other children. After receiving LSD on three occasions earlier this month, Marie ceased smiling at all and lost any interest in others her age … In the past week, she seems to have become easily agitated and has lost any interest in reading, something she seemed to very much enjoy before treatment.

In a published report on her 196 LSD experiments with 14 “autistic schizophrenic” children, Bender states she initially gave each of the children 25 mcg. of LSD “intramuscularly while under continuous observation.” She writes: “The two oldest boys, over ten years, near or in early puberty, reacted with disturbed anxious behavior. The oldest and most disturbed received Amytal sodium 150 mg. intramuscularly and returned to his usual behavior.” Both boys were then excluded from the experiment.

The 12 remaining children were then given injections of 25 mcg. of LSD and then days later were each given 100 mcg. of LSD once a week. Bender’s report states: “Then it was increased gradually to twice and three times a week as no untoward side-effects were noticed…. Finally, it was given daily and this continued for six weeks until the time of this report.”

Bender’s findings and conclusions concerning her LSD experiments indicated she found the use of the drug promising. Bender concluded: “The use of these drugs [LSD, UML-401, UML-491] …will give us more knowledge about both the basic schizophrenic process and the defensive autism in children…

57. The CIA paid Ewen Cameron $84,820 to carry out secret Project MK Ultra experiments at the Allan Memorial Institute from 1957 to 1964. His sub-project was number 68 – as documented in our CIA Declassified Documents section of the Reading Library here at the blog.

  • PDF – MKULTRA subproject 68 documents – found in Black Vault CD#4, folder 17468, this is Dr. Ewen Cameron subproject. Descriptive documents can be located starting on page 11, 48, and 52.

58. The Ottawa Journal – July 7, 1943


59. Wikipedia Encyclopedia – Harry Bailey

Medical Murder by Robert M. Kaplan and The big sleep by Malcolm Knox

60. Canadian Justice Department investigator George C. Cooper did an investigation into psychiatrist Ewen Cameron and the Allan Memorial Institute. He wrote a report entitled Opinion of Mr. George Cooper, Q.C.. Ottawa, Supply and Services Canada, 1986; attachment 21, minutes of June 1, 1951 meeting with British intelligence and CIA in attendance.

The two Americans attending the 1 June 1951 meeting were latter identified as CIA in a “handwritten note” found in Board files, (Cooper, 1986, pp. 32–33, Appendix 21)

61. SCIENCE IN DACHAU’S SHADOW: HEBB, BEECHER, AND THE DEVELOPMENT OF CIA PSYCHOLOGICAL TORTURE AND MODERN MEDICAL ETHICS by Alfred W. McCoy, published in the Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences, Vol. 43(4), 401–417 Fall 2007 Published online in Wiley Interscience ( DOI 10.1002/jhbs.20271 © 2007 Wiley Periodicals, Inc.

References –

* – CIA. (1951, June 6). Minutes of meeting. Box 5. National Security Archive. CIA.
* – (1951, July 9) Memorandum for: Assistant Director, SI, Subject: Progress on BLUEBIRD. Box 5. National Security Archive
* – CIA. (1952, February 12). Proposed Study on Special Interrogation Methods. National Security Archive.
* – CIA. (1952, May 1). Project NM 001 056.0. Box 8, National Security Archive

62. The 1 June 1951 meeting was reported on in CIA documents –

documents from Black Vault’s MKULTRA archives disk 1, folder 149496.

Screenshot –


document from Black Vault’s MKULTRA archives disk 1, folder 144788, image #1 –


63. Rearming for the Cold War 1945 — 1960 by Elliot V. Converse III

The 1949 legislation actually permitted the secretary of defense to give the Research and Development Board chairman decision power on all matters within the board’s jurisdiction.

64. War by Carl Von Clausewitz; Translated by Michael Howard and Peter Paret Abridged with an Introduction and Notes by Beatrice Heuser; originally published 1976, published with new intro in 2007. For those interested, here you can also see an earlier translation and comparison of the original German (see links in point 2).

65. William Sargant, Paper to the Samaritans, 11 September 1971

66. Ewen Cameron began to work for the American military cause shortly before Pearl Harbour.

A HISTORY OF SECRET CIA MIND CONTROL RESEARCH by Sid Taylor; Nexus Magazine Jan/Feb 1992; Techniques used by Government agencies for mind control, Skeletons in the Closet: Part 1

here and now mag 1994 ewen cameron WWII cover

here and now mag 1994 ewen cameron WWII67.  A Terrible Mistake, H.P. Albarelli pg. 371, found at Visup blog post – LSD Chronicles Part II May 27, 2012

The Ahnenerbe operated a vast number of branches and over thirty programs, including ‘folk’ research, religious history, astronomy, geophysics, biology, botany, expeditions, cave studies, natural history, and plant genetics and preparations. In April 1945, American troops stumbled across a massive cache of Ahnenerbe files hidden in a dark, dank cave called Kleines Tuefelsloch (the Little Devil’s Hole) near the Bavarian village of Pottenstein. For the next four years, American intelligence officials closely studied the captured documents, eventually sending many to the Army’s Edgewood Arsenal and Camp Detrick.

68. Search for the Manchurian Candidate by John Marks – as quoted by John Marks –

The goal of the Dachau mescaline (a drug with many of mind altering qualities of LSD) experiments on
prisoners was “to eliminate the will of the person examined.”

Walter Neff German research team member (head nurse) for Dr. Sigmund Rascher at Dachau Concentration Camp.

Walter Neff - whistleblowerWalter Neff

Dr. Kurt Ploetner was running another truth-drug program in Block 5 of Dachau. He was running one of the Ahnenerbe’s most noteworthy experiments – it centered around the uses of cannabis and mescaline. Under SS-Sturmbanfuhrer Dr. Kurt Plotner and an inmate-assistant, Walter Neff, drinks given to concentration camp prisoners were spiked with mescaline and the prisoners observed for signs of altered human behavior.

69. On 1 January 1943, the truth drug committee was transferred to the Office of Research and Development of the Office of Strategic Services.

Truth Drug CIA doc

70. Time article August 18, 1930


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