Dr. William Preston Wilson

This library article covers the activities of Dr. William Preston Wilson of Duke University, a a previously unknown collaborator in the quest for unwarranted control of men’s minds.

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Dr. William Preston Wilson

the unsung mind control afficianado trained by Dr. Ewen Cameron

by Virginia McClaughry



– image of Dr. Wilson at McGill University in 1954 –


Who the heck is Dr. Wilson, I’m sure you’re asking right about now, and what’s he got to do with anything?

A lot actually.

He’s featured in my series The Man Who Murdered My Mother in a segment titled: Duke University, The Anti-Life Zone but here in this article I don’t plan to do the usual he was born, he went to school, etc. Nope. What I’m going to do is dive right in and start with when he was at medical school at Duke University.


Wilson – the Early Years


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It was in 1940 that what is now the Department of Psychiatry was established at Duke University in Durham, South Carolina. Doctor Robert Carroll had given over the Highland Hospital to such a Department.

The Rockefeller Foundation had financed the Governor’s Commission to study Mental Health in North Carolina, which in 1936, recommended: “Duke . . . should become a center for psychiatric training. A . . . service ranking with other major departments and having modern hospital facilities … is essential.1

The Rockefeller Foundation, the funding source step-and-fetch-it of the British and Vatican slavemasters, then generously aided the Department during its first seven years, as part of spreading the love of the nasty principles of the British-founded eugenics movement.

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Catholic doctor Richard Lyman became the first departmental Chairman in 1940. He immediately opened the electroencephalographic laboratory, Kirby Clinic, and Meyer Ward; psychoanalytic participation, and resources for convulsive and other children’s problems and for psychosomatic medicine followed. These permitted an expanding undergraduate curriculum, and systematic residency training.

His catholic teaching policies exposed both undergraduates and residents to representatives of every divergent school of thought in psychiatry. Later additions to his staff include Dr. Jack Ritchie and Dr. William P. Wilson.1

But when did Wilson become a doctor?

He received a B.S. in Chemistry in 1943 at Duke, then his M.D. degree in 1947.2

It also so happens, that the very year that Wilson was a senior at Duke University, was when Dr. Ewen Cameron’s mentor William Sargant came to be a “visiting professor of psychiatry” at Duke Medical School.

Willim Walters Sargant

Duke, particularly the psychiatry department (with psychology somewhat under it) has LONG been a tool of the Slavemasters for whatever demented experimentation they had come up with to try next.

In fact, the DEAN of Duke University Medical School (1927-1960)  was Wilburt Cornell Davison, who was a CECIL RHODES SCHOLAR.

Davison_Wilburt_Cornell_Duke University 1940

That, ladies and gentleman, is what we call a “British Slavemaster” connection.

*See Scientology Roots Chapter 21-2 for more on Rhodes and the Cecil Family.

Please have a look at these two articles to truly understand the significance of having a Rhodes Scholar there heading up Duke, it simply cannot be understated.

Articles –

1. The Round Table – What is it Really – January 23rd, 2015
2. Cecil John Rhodes – ‘Confession of Faith’ 1877 – January 13th, 2015

Between having a Rhodes scholar head the place and a Roman Catholic head the psychiatry department, we have about a picture perfect representation of both the British and Vatican slavemasters at a rather key time.

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After forming a nice relationship with Dr. Sargant that would soon prove quite useful, the new doctor Wilson headed off (of all places) to do his internship at the Gorgas Hospital in the Panama Canal Zone.2

Sargant, meanwhile, headed back to London, in August of 1948, to take on his new position of director of the department of psychiatry (then called psychological medicine) at St. Thomas’s Hospital, London.

This was the same year that the Saint Thomas’ Hospital Group was formed as part of the National Health Service (established by the National Health Service Act 1946). Originally it included only Saint Thomas’ Hospital, the Grosvenor Hospital, the General Lying-In Hospital and the Royal Waterloo Hospital, which specialized in women and children*.

*It was at this very same Royal Waterloo Hospital, later in 1964, that Sargant would set up a Narcosis unit which became known as “the sleep room”.

Sargant dove right in and immediately got to work refurbishing the St. Thomas’ basement as an out-patient department, and began giving hapless patients ECT, modified insulin treatment and methedrine injections, etc.

Some of the confusion out there concerning when Sargant began his specializing in what he called Sleep Therapy, has to do with the fact that he actually began that technique almost right away but he later specialized in young women and children exclusively starting in 1963/64.

That being almost two decades later.

The basic technique Sargant would use then – heavy sedation, combined with insulin coma therapy and frequent ECT – was already being experimented with by Sargant within the first two years he took his position.

Meanwhile –

Wilson comes back to Duke a year or so later, and starts his residency in psychiatry at Duke University. He trained in child psychiatry, adult psychiatry and neurology.2

It was in 1952 that Wilson (through his connections with Sargant and ergo Cameron) gets invited to come to McGill University and train under Dr. Ewen Cameron at the Allan Memorial Institute.

Here he is in a group picture from a McGill yearbook –

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This is where any bio of Wilson tends to skip right over the fact that Wilson was there all the way through 1955, during a time Cameron was quite literally acting as a ‘god’ over all the training of people like Wilson and the rather large network of hospitals that they would go through their rotations in.

You get descriptions like this –

At the end of his clinical training he went to McGill University and the Montreal Neurological Institute to receive further training in basic and clinical neuroscience.2

– which is both true and false at the same time.

True, in that he did some work at at the Neurological Institute in electroencephalography.

McGill Neurological Institute Report of 1954/1955


False, in the sense of what appears to be a deliberate omission, a steering off of the fact that he also trained under the infamous Dr. Cameron and took part in some horrible atrocities such as SEVEN pre-frontal lobotomies.

  • Treatment of behavior disorders incidental to organic cerebral disease by prefrontal lobotomy; report of seven cases.
    WILSON WP, HOHMAN LB, ODOM GL. Dis Nerv Syst. 1952 Sep;13(9):274-7.

You see, starting from 1950 on – that innocent sounding electroencephelagraphy department was involved in something not so innocent at all.

George Cooper Report36 p. 53 of PDF, section concerning Dr. Ewen Cameron’s financing of secret projects through the Canadian Department of Health and Warfare.

A further word on one of the apparently unrelated projects, No. 604-5-13, “Research Studies on EEG and Electrophysiology”, is in order. This was an extensive project conducted at the Allan primarily by Dr. Lloyd Hisey, Psychiatrist in Charge, Electroencephalographic and Electrophysiological Centre (1950-1952) and his successor as of July 1, 1952, Dr. Charles Shagass. Much of this work, of which there are extensive reports published in the scientific literature, was supported by both H&W and DRB. Although these studies deal with specific aspects of psychiatric research, none of them bear directly on the topics of depatterning and psychic driving. The work did, however, cover topics such as photic stimulation (the use of strobe lights)*, drug induced sleep and studies of the effects of electroshock (see Appendix 30).

*Strobe lights, when flashed on and off at certain frequencies, can bring on convulsion-like effects; thus it was thought that the technique could assist in clearing the “brain pathways”.

Definitely not innocent.

But, I’m getting ahead of myself…

So, besides that, what kinds of ghoulish things would Wilson have been exposed to/trained in during his time under Cameron?

I have gone into Cameron’s activities in great detail at his Specific Persons page, but let’s condense down to a few important highlights relevant to Wilson’s training period there at McGill.

In March 1951, the CIA initiated a “top secret” research program into “all aspects of special interrogation” through “exchange of information and coordination of related programs”.3

Three months later a meeting then took place in Montreal, where Cameron was, with American, British, and Canadian intelligence all represented (with the Vatican thrown in there for good measure).

That meeting is also verified as taken place in documents from Black Vault’s MKULTRA archives disk 1, folder 149496.

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Per the Black Vault CIA documents, as a result of this meeting they also created a joint-committee to screen ’employees’ and made plans for an ominous-sounding ‘overseas experimentation“.


But, check out this next document from Black Vault’s MKULTRA archives disk 1, folder 144788, image #1 – this is a really important one when you understand just who that is that I highlighted.


Doesn’t tell you much, does it, but the importance of the statement I highlighted cannot be understated.

The American programs through Dr. Webster of RDB will be coordinated with British and Canadian programs.

Remember, we’re talking about their plans for secret human experimentation to break someone’s will is what is going to be ‘coordinated’.

The RDB stands for Research and Development Board. Webster was the Chairman of in the 1950/51 time period exactly when all these secret mind-control ‘brainwashing’ projects were mushrooming up out of the dark, dank, pits where the ideas sprung from.

The RDB had started out as the eugenics-backed National Research Council formed June 19, 1916. It went to sleep for about 20 years or so, then was resurrected and reverse named as the Council for National Research – as if that’s going to hide what it really was or something. Just in time for WWII, the CNR then recommends the formation of the National Defense Research Committee.

A little over six months later, in May of 1941, Vannevar Bush (our British intelligence go-between and sleeping front groups resurrector) recommended to Roosevelt that the NDRC be better organized to accomplish their ‘objectives.’

That means – making the really nasty research even more hidden and under a new name.

On June 28, 1941, less than six months before Pearl Harbor, Roosevelt signed the Executive Order creating the Office of Scientific Research and Development (OSRD), with Bush as Director, personally responsible to the traitorous President Roosevelt.

The NDRC gets transferred under that now.

It’s the eugenics human experimentation shell game…


Around a year and a half later, keep up with me now, the NDRC (which is under the OSRD) has itself a psychological warfare department which then ‘requests’ the activation of a committee to investigate the feasibility of using drugs in the interrogation of Prisoners of War. This was the truth drug committee.

If you’d like to learn more about this Truth Drug Committee, I go into quite a bit of detail about this committee (including pictures of each of the main members) in the second segment of my library article series about the British Security Coordination called: The Party Boys.

The British Security Coordination had overseen the creation of America’s first intelligence apparatus called the OSS (the precursor to the CIA) during WWII.

As an asset of the OSS Dr. 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.

He was rewarded for his complicity by being given the plum job of heading up the new psychiatry department at McGill in 1943, where he also continued doing some of the secondary testing, at least initially, using cannabis indica – marijuana – in a more concentrated form.

A couple of months after the truth drug committee had formed up, a major reorganization within OSRD took place in December 1942, when the sprawling elements of the original five divisions of NDRC were realigned into nineteen divisions, two panels (one on applied mathematics and another on applied psychology), and three committees (on vacuum tubes, radio propagation, and tropical deterioration).

The same day, an extremely secretive (and arguably worst as to human experimentation) – and one of the original five (given letters A, B, C, D, etc.) previous NDRC branches – became the new OSRD Division 19 headed by Harris Marshall Chadwell.

Division 19 was a highly secretive combined OSS and National Defense Research Committee (OS-RDB) organization headed by the equally little known Dr. H. Marshall Chadwell. Division 19’s first project had to do with that the truth drug committee had been transferred under the RDB starting January 1, 1943, so now it was a Division 19 ‘special weapons project’ which included obtaining and field testing drugs like LSD, concentrated marijuana, etc. The project was headed by OSS man George Hunter White.

After WWII ended, in 1947 that The National Security Act was passed by Congress. Several things were established/created as a result – one of which was the Research and Development Board under the now named Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD). So, this is really the same old OSRD and NDRC mucked up together as the new RDB.

The RDB had a Committee on Chemical and Biological Warfare, consisting of a full time three man executive staff and consultant members from science, industry and government.8 It also explored effective means of propaganda and psychological warfare operations – for example Project TROY worked on psychological warfare operations inside the Soviet Bloc in particular.

This means the RDB (the wartime OSRD with its Division 19) continued on as one of the more superior boards of the now named DOD.

And so –

Coming back to this meeting in Montreal in 1951, about their plans for secret human experimentation to break someone’s will

The American programs through Dr. Webster of RDB will be coordinated with British and Canadian programs.

Now you understand just what that means – AND that included the CIA being ‘coordinated’ too, in case you didn’t realize it. The DOD ran funding for CIA projects through several of their branches to ‘hide’ it better.

So, when Dr. Cameron gets grants for anything along these lines, whether CIA or Canadian defense or whatever, it’s the American RDB that is in-the-know about it and coordinating it with other programs.

To give you an idea of just how big a deal it was for Webster to be coordinating the research between the American, British and Canadian mind control human experimentation programs – this man was in charge of the entire defense R&D budget. 5

Billions of dollars.

So, now that we’re all caught up again, I’d like to point out that I tracked down all these people at this Montreal meeting and explained who they were in this post.

What they ended up deciding was to engage upon McGill’s Donald Hebb’s suggestion that “experimental isolation in various forms for the production of sensory isolation” might place subjects “in such a position psychologically that they would be susceptible to implantation of new or different ideas.4

I want to make very clear here that there was no threat from communist brainwashing – that was just a lie they told the public.

The minutes of this meeting 6 clearly indicate that the reason they were backing Hebb’s idea to be implemented was OFFENSIVE.

They (the slavemasters) wanted to be able to brainwash their enemies, but they had to invent it first.

Get it?

They had already been working on it since 1942, and after the war (in the U.S.) there were Projects CHATTER and BLUEBIRD where two of the objectives were :

  • investigating the possibility of control of an individual by application of special interrogation techniques,
  • offensive uses of unconventional techniques, such as hypnosis and drugs

BLUEBIRD was renamed ARTICHOKE on 20 August 1951, just two months after that high-level secret meeting in Montreal, and doctors Sargant, Hebb and Cameron all began experimenting with different variations of sensory isolation and methods of increasing susceptibility to implantation of ideas. Hebb was given a grant from the Canadian DRB code-named X-38 (the DRB, formed in 1946 being the sister organization to the RDB in the U.S.) which ran from 1951 to 1955.6

The 3 of them represented British, Canadian and American participation (besides American Harold Wolff et al at Cornell who also experimented on this same line) in human experimentation to place people “in such a position psychologically that they would be susceptible to implantation of new or different ideas.” with the number 1 resource being helpless mental patients.

This is why you see Dr. Cameron, starting in 1952 when Dr. Wilson was now there, experimenting with hypnosis and ‘psychotherapy’ while giving the patient nitrous oxide, as noted in a lecture at the second annual Institute in Psychiatry and Neurology meeting held at Lyons veteran’s administration hospital on Wednesday, April 16, 1952.

Bernardsville News – April 10, 1952


What this does not tell you is to what effect Cameron was using the nitrous oxide for or the fact that he had already been working on the “implantation” of thoughts idea as expressed at the 1951 meeting – they wanted to place targeted people “in such a position psychologically that they would be susceptible to implantation of new or different ideas.4

The earliest reference that I have found so far that details Cameron’s work of ‘implanting’ via repeated phrases played back to a person, is his 1950 book General Psychotherapy: Dynamics and Procedures.

Be aware that this means he had already been doing this prior to publishing this book in 1950, a fact which probably more closely follows after the work that the British (Sargant) were doing starting in the mid 1940’s.

Probably part of why Sargant once said in a note to Cameron (Cameron often sought Sargant’s advice): “Whatever you manage in this field, I thought of it first“. 8

You can read more about what he said in this book at his Specific Persons page, but right now I want to just focus on the methods he was using, most of which are in Chapter 10: Use of Adjuvants in Psychotherapy: Drugs; ECT; Insulin; Drawings.

In it, he discusses the so-called “dis-inhibiting drugs” sodium amytal or pentothal, Benzedrine*, dexadrine; desoxyn to produce the same marginalized physical state to then conduct his psychotherapy under.

*Note that he’s testing benzedrine at the same time as Project BLUEBIRD (DOD and Navy) was in 1950 as per declassified CIA and DOD documents. 9, 10 The DOD document being one that I previously found and posted about in relation to what L. Ron Hubbard was doing (the same thing) at this Dianetics Research Foundation in 1950.

On page 239 of Cameron’s book, where he describes that his use of nitrous oxide repeated several times in 15 minutes and producing convulsions which he then immediately follows with trying to implant the person while they are under such obvious physical stress.

You don’t see that in that news article, do you? Nope.

On pages 248 and 249 he talks about doing the same thing just after ECT when the patient is just returning to consciousness, having literally just died to all extents and purposes, and he is already describing the value of recording and play back as part of this implanting when the person is in that weakened state after ECT, etc.

He calls all these methods psychotherapy – I call it standard inquisition-style torture methods. You can clearly see that Cameron is all about driving a person down towards death and making them so threatened by that, that they will do anything to get out of what he’s doing to them. He also clearly desires the person to be in a completely overwhelmed and confused state.

In fact, when he began calling what he was already doing ‘de-patterning’ technique he described that his goal was to drive someone down to what he called stage three of memory loss – where they don’t know who they are, where they are, or anything but immediate sensations.

Cameron’s excuse was that: See? Now the patient isn’t ‘anxious’.

When you take into account that what he really meant was that the person now appeared to not have any knowledge of the horrific things he had just done to her? Things look decidedly less “I’m just being helpful” on his part.

To put it mildly.

This is actually clearly evident in Cameron’s view of when the person reached “stage one” – where even though the person lost much of their memory, she still knew where she was, why she was there, and who the people were who treated her – enough to fear and hate them and plead desperately with Cameron to stop.

That made Cameron want to continue to slam that person with more horrific torture. That alone makes it clear that Cameron enjoyed torturing people – hurting them not helping them.

Cameron tried to obscure this glaringly obvious truth as to his real character by pontificating publicly about that what he was doing to people was the innocuous-sounding term social engineering around this same time (1952) –

We have a very considerable obligation to undertake social engineering. …We have before us an exciting chapter indeed-a new attack upon individual diseases by the release and direction of the forces of the group. In mental hospitals opportunities are unparalleled for progress in this field.7

Then there’s Hebb’s view of the whole thing, as expressed in 1961 in “The Role of Experience”, where Hebb was obviously still attempting to justify to himself (and others) that what he and Cameron were doing to people there at McGill – psychosurgery, drugging, ECT – was somehow not tyranny over the minds of man.

What I am saying implies that civilization depends on an all-pervasive thought control established in infancy, which both maintains and is maintained by the social environment, consisting of the behavior of the members of society…

What we are really talking about in this symposium is mind in an accustomed social environment, and more particularly a social environment that we [meaning the slavemasters and their Igors] consider to be the normal one.

The thought control that we object to, the ‘tyranny over the mind of man” to which Jefferson swore ‘eternal hostility,’ is only the one that is imposed by some autocratic agency and does not include the rigorous and doctrinaire control that society itself exercises by common consent in moral and political values.11

Together with Cameron and Sargant (who was also doing these techniques) attempts to ‘pretty up’ what they were doing, you can see that they all tried hard to grossly underplay it.

That’s the atmosphere that Dr. Wilson was being trained in, which he took to like a duck in water.


He just dove right in, participating those seven pre-frontal lobotomies I mentioned –

  • Treatment of behavior disorders incidental to organic cerebral disease by prefrontal lobotomy; report of seven cases.
    WILSON WP, HOHMAN LB, ODOM GL. Dis Nerv Syst. 1952 Sep;13(9):274-7.


  • Frieske DA, Wilson WP. Effect of series of electric shock treatments on cerebral blood flow and metabolism.
    AMA Arch Neurol Psychiatry. 1952 Nov;68(5):651-4. No abstract available.

So, oh yes.

He was most definitely taking part in the Ewen Cameron madness going on there at McGill and Allan Memorial Institute. Funny how any bio of him leaves that little red flag gem out.

And that’s just 1952!

But hey, before we see what else Cameron was up to that he was training Wilson in, I decided to investigate this other paper that Wilson was part of during the summer/fall of 1952 because it’s now so obvious that he’s working with the Cameron crazy treatments contingent.

This paper –

What’s metabolic alkalosis and why is that word experimental in there?

Because they were giving mental patients apomorphine (an emetic) that made them vomit uncontrollably for prolonged periods (up to an hour straight) as a ‘cure’ – which artificially caused metabolic alkalosis. They called it apomorphine aversive therapy.

There really are no words to describe the depths of depravity a person must willingly sink to even stand by while they watch this go on, but to participate directly…

Wilson had to actually be in the same “place” mentally that Cameron was.

Dr. Stephen Jay’s essay Ravenscrag Revisited documents that apomorphine aversive therapy was still going on in 1965 at Allan Memorial, and that a third year medical student personally saw Cameron’s de-patterned patients on a locked ward “sucking from baby bottles, incontinent, incoherent and crawling on the floor.

Lest you think it stopped then, it didn’t, continuing on in the late 1960’s and for years after.

For example, Senator Ervin’s committee documented that a program in Iowa (that stimulated court action against its continuation) “employed the use of the drug apomorphine which can cause uncontrolled vomiting- for up to an hour. Whenever a prisoner broke a rule by using abusive language or smoking illegally, he would he injected with the nausea-inducing drug.12

For smoking.


Just for further proof (as if his direct involvement in the secret electroencephelagraphy research wasn’t enough) for those so inclined, see those two other names listed with Wilson on a couple of those papers – Frieske and Odom? David Allen Frieske trained at McGill also. Not a very good picture (from a McGill yearbook) but you get the idea.


Odum was Guy L. Odom, and he was at McGill Neurological Institute as far back as September 1942, so he’d been there more than ten years before Wilson came I guess (unless there’s 2 of them). The Guy Odom I’m talking about was at McGill with Wilson and followed him back to Duke University, where he’s listed as chief resident in psychiatry in the 1965 Duke Aesculapian.


Wilson’s papers picture collection shows he had been given a personally signed picture of Herbert Jasper of the Montreal Neurological Institute in 1955.

OK, moving on now  to 1953 –

While Wilson was away at McGill, Dr. Ewald W. Busse was appointed Professor and Chairman of the Department of Psychiatry at Duke University in 1953.1

Wilson was there for Cameron’s de-patterning process to become named that, let alone the fact that he participated in that with Cameron.

Cameron was one of the first psychiatrists to start using Thorazine in 1953, just after Heinz Lehmann had pioneered it at McGill. (See Frank Ayd and the Catholic connection to Thorazine in Why Psychiatry Is More Religion Than Science)

To illustrate the kind of mentality Wilson was being indoctrinated in, Cameron said his ‘problems’ with his patients were the same problems as ‘professional brainwashers’ (which didn’t exist other than people like him) because his patients “like prisoners of the Communists, tended to resist and had to be broken down.” …

Robert Cleghorn, a doctor who worked with him who became increasingly critical of Cameron, saw no long-term benefit for a treatment in which a patient was first put to sleep for three days and then, still comatose, given between thirty to sixty electroshocks over a short period and, in between, doses of 1,000 milligrams of Largactil – the Canadian marketing name for Thorazine – a powerful tranquilizer, to combat anxiety.

Gordon Thomas, in Journey of Madness tells us on page 169 that what especially disturbed Dr. Cleghorn’s sense of medical propriety was that when he finally queried the total amnesia the treatment produced, Dr. Cameron had simply said the patients’ families would have to “help them build a scaffold of normal events.”

Cameron was also using LSD by this time, and working together with William Sargant to develop his theories on political or religious conversion, and applying these principles to his patient treatments. This was well before Sargant began writing his book in 1954 (published in 1957 as Battle for the Mind: A Physiology of Conversion and Brain-washing). (see this post for more about that book)

Wilson was also being familiarized, through both Sargant and Cameron with “the processes” by which religious conversion may occur –

By increasing or prolonging stresses in various ways, or inducing physical debilitation, a more thorough alteration of the person’s thinking processes may be achieved….If the stress or the physical debilitation, or both, are carried one stage further, it may happen that patterns of thought and behavior, especially those of recent acquisition, become disrupted. New patterns can then be substituted, or suppressed patterns allowed to reassert themselves; or the subject may begin to think or act in ways that precisely contradict his former ones.

If a complete sudden collapse can be produced by prolonging or intensifying emotional stress the cortical slate may be wiped clean temporarily of its more recently implanted patterns of behavior, perhaps allowing others to be substituted more easily.

Early in 1953, Cameron presented a paper called “The Transition Neurosis” at 5th Ann Neuro Psychiatry meeting in North Little Rock, Ark. Feb 1953. 20

He discussed political and religious conversions & used techniques of Sargant to duplicate conversions using sleeplessness, dishibiting agents, and hypnosis.

We may suspect that in the extraordinary political conversions which we have seen, particularly in the iron curtain countries, advantage is being taken of this fact to bring into prominence alternative patternings of behavior actually carried by the individual but never previously suspected by him or others as being present. The stress required to bring this about, at least as far as the political conversions are concerned, is capable of being developed only behind the iron curtain.

Sargant (1951) has described what little we know of the dynamics of these political and religious conversions and has attempted to duplicate them, but from what we gather, with somewhat limited success. He used depleting emetics. [that means causing uncontrolled vomiting]

We have explored this procedure in one case, using sleeplessness, disinhibiting agents, and hypnosis.

Fellow researchers in the U.S. – Hinkle and Wolff – found in their experiments that it was not drugs or bizarre tortures that resulted in confession; it was sleep deprivation and psychological warfare techniques that produced anxiety to such an extreme degree that “normal coping devices” could not prevail.

When the person reached this “state” Hinkle and Wolff would then present themselves as friend and saviour.

This is exactly the same thing that Ewen Cameron would do, and it was also what Overholser’s sidekick Dr. Eldridge over at St. Elizabeth’s Hospital would do to people.

From my British Security Coordination second segment

Using shock therapy, (under Eldridge’s supervision) the patient was induced into a state of shock/coma and then brought back to consciousness. Two of the therapies were drug-induced, either by insulin or metrazol; the third kind was induced by electrical current.

When slowly brought out of the coma with glucose injections – which they lovingly called termination treatment – his or her personality would be temporarily “readjusted” (what a euphemism) and Doctors would then discuss problems with the patient in an attempt to “banish his delusions”.

They called this good heart-to-heart psychotherapy.


As you can see this was quite a prevalent thing these monsters would embody in order to manipulate the scared, disoriented, and literally just back from the dead ‘patient’.

All this business about political and particularly religious conversions is that Wilson’s learning about is going to be very key to what we find Wilson doing later on – secretly casting out demons from mental patients while being the head of psychiatry at Duke University. No joke. You’ll see when we get there.

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Meanwhile, over in Britain mind control experimentation was going strong. William Sargant was associating with Frank Olson, then the Deputy Acting Head of Special Operations for the CIA and Army Liaison, where together they were investigating the use of mind-bending drugs at the Biological Warfare Centre at Porton Down.

When he wasn’t ECTing and insuling shocking his patients into oblivion and playing God the psychiatric savior, that is.

From a Sept. 2004 Interview with MI6 psychiatrist

What can you tell me about Sargant’s special ward in the Royal Waterloo? I’ve been told some pretty startling stuff about it in the late 1960s and early 1970s
Before then. He had a ward soon after he became a consultant from – the mid 1950s.

His own ward?
Yes. He was in charge of it.

At the Royal Waterloo?

All I’ve heard of it is the sleep treatment.
The sleep treatment itself was much later on. But we had, in those days we had – insulin was being used for schizophrenia. Day patients used to come in as well; there was a lot of ECT.

Where did he come up with sleep treatment? When was it originated?
Not sure when it originated. But it stemmed a bit from insulin, and keeping people unconscious for a couple of hours and things.

He saw himself as a messenger of God – a psychiatric god, anyway.

Almost messianic?
Yes, it was

Were you aware of Ewen Cameron in Canada and what he was doing?
Well, I knew he was giving vast quantities of ECT, which I thought was barmy. …Cameron’s idea was simply that you knocked out every thought in the brain, which contributed to the abnormal thought.

Quite the influences Dr. Wilson has, wouldn’t you say?

Moving on to 1954 –

William Sargant sends Cameron his proof of his book Battle for the Mind.

Dr. Cameron carefully noted that one method Sargant discussed was, having found a sore spot, to keep touching it.

Dr. Sargant wrote that it was also important … “to fatigue him further, rather than exact any new information of value. When his memory begins to fail him, the difficulty in keeping to the same story makes him more anxious than ever. Finally, … his brain will be too disorganized to respond normally, it can become transmarginally inhibited, vulnerable to suggestions, paradoxical and ultra-paradoxical phases may supervene and the fortress finally surrenders unconditionally.

This is definitely a War to these people – see that?

A holy war. Literally.

Cameron published his article “Psychic Driving,” in the American Journal of Psychiatry #112 pp. 502-509 – in January 1956. Which, of course, means that he had already been doing it before then while Wilson was there.

Just want to point that out again.

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Now Wilson goes back to Duke, where he becomes Assistant Professor of Psychiatry in 1955. 2

By 1956 he had been added to the staff of the Department of Psychiatry at the Veterans hospital there in North Carolina, per the Aesculapian.

Dr. Joseph Parker is Head of the Department of Psychiatry in the Veterans Hospital which forms an integral part of the Department of Psychiatry. Additions to his staff include Dr. Jack Ritchie and Dr. William P. Wilson.

Note – there was lots of secret CIA MKULTRA experimentation using mental patients in VA (Veteran’s Administration) hospitals by this time.

Oddly, there must have been something like that going on over at the U of T in Galveston, because for some strange reason Wilson hies off there for the next three years, to become Associate Professor of Psychiatry and the Director of Psychiatric Research. 2

Research, as you have by now no doubt surmised, is a very bad word when it comes to psychiatry. Chock-full of nastiness being done to people against their wills usually.

God knows what he was really doing down there, but we get one little clue his final year there that’s actually an important one. He’s researching whether you can influence someone in their sleep.

Ah. See? There we go. He’s right in line with what Cameron was still doing (recordings playing at a person while they are in a chemical sleep) – but also with some other areas of interests of the slavemasters.

Like the fact that as part of a DOD/MKULTRA funded project about talking to someone in their dreams.

It’s at this point we need to diverge into some MKULTRA projects that were going on at that time, including some at Duke.

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Seeding the Soul

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The first thing you need to understand is that not only is telepathy real, but when it comes to sending and receiving messages it happens whether ‘you’ like it or not – and that is proven fact.

PDF Changing Images of Man page 114 describes that telepathy is one of the four main researched areas to date and defines it as –

• Telepathy. The perception of another person’s on-going mental activities without the use of any sensory means of communication.

page 116 starts describing the hard proof that it does exist and is very real –

However, a recent experiment, if substantiated, points to a far more radical departure from presently accepted psychological theory. This experiment, by Puthoff and Targ (1974), depends upon the discovery that if a stroboscopic light at about 15 flashes per second is shined in a subject’s eyes, a characteristic alpha component (around 10 or 11 cps) appears in his electroencephalogram.

In the Puthoff-Targ experiment two remotely isolated subjects are used, some prior degree of rapport having been established between them. The light is flashed in one subject’s eyes and the other is asked to guess whether, in a given time interval, the light is on or off. While the second subject is usually unable to guess better than a chance basis, the telltale alpha component appears in his EEG. The important deduction is that unconsciously he knows with a certainty, in an extrasensory way, when the light is in the other person’s eyes-even while he is denying such knowledge to his conscious mind.

In other words, this watershed experiment appears to provide clear evidence of universal telepathic capacity with almost complete repression (for most persons) of awareness of this source of knowledge.

Demonstration of this repression phenomenon does much to explain the puzzling erratic character of psychic research data. It opens the possibility of radically new research methodologies in which the inhibiting effect of the “internal censor” is bypassed by utilizing responses (such as EEG components) that the organism has not learned to repress.

[…] Recent experimental researchers, including especially the experiment mentioned above, strongly suggest that the range of human potentialities is far greater, that the role of out-of-consciousness mind processes is far greater, and that the power of expectations and images is far greater than can be accounted for under the old paradigm.

Changing Images of Man also details some research projects that are fairly close in time to Ewen Cameron, and also what William Wilson was involved in at Duke University as well (twin research and dreams).

Physical states and processes can be “induced” telepathically. In experiments with identical twins and also with unrelated persons, physical changes such as the rate of blood flow, electrical skin resistance, and brain wave patterns have been sent from one person to another (Dean, 1966; Tart in Ryzl, 1970; Duane and Behrendt, 1965). 14

Notice the dates.

One of JB Rhine’s areas of research while at Duke was Dream Telepathy. He, and others, found that telepathy can be induced in the dream state and furthermore –

Electroencephalogram monitoring showed that the brain waves of the recipient change to match those of the sender.

This is where our man Dr. Wilson comes in, because he personally directed the electroencephalographic laboratories at Duke Medical Center starting in 1961 for the next twenty years.2

This means that Ewen Cameron’s protege Dr. William Wilson was working with Rhine on those telepathy brain-wave monitoring experiments.

Let’s dig into that, shall we?

OK, then.

Come with me –

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It’s been said that children are our future, so I think it bears examining who Wilson’s influences were in that way.

Wilson is listed in the Society of Biological Psychiatry’s publication for 1961/1962 when Lauretta Bender was the president of it. Why is that important? Because of what she specialized in doing to children, which Wilson would soon implement and experiment with at Duke University (more on her in a moment).

In the biological psychiatry publication, the study they include is him experimenting with reserpine on menopausal and post-menopausal women in 1961, still presumably at Galveston perhaps. Reserpine is a particularly nasty psychiatric drug, with side effects including nausea, vomiting, drooling, akathisia (a need to be in constant motion) and even depression with several case reports of people committing suicide.

Dr. Wilson was experimenting with reserpine while at Galveston.19

A word on Lauretta Bender, a peer of Wilson in his child psychiatry interests –

Lauretta Bender

lauretta bender

Lauretta is especially known for her penchant to give young children extensive ECT.

The above 1947 article details that during a five year period between July 1942 and 1947, she gave ECT to 98 children deemed schizophrenic, almost a third of which were only 4 or 5 years old.

Deep within the article, Bender is forced to admit that this disgustingly abusive treatment yielded no change whatsoever in what were her supposed indicators of “schizophrenia” – most of which were that the child refused to think the way that the slavemasters wanted people to – and buried under that “disorders of thought” supposed symptom of schizophrenia are abilities like telepathy, clairvoyance, etc. all of which were enough to get a child labelled schizophrenic if they even said they could do these things (let alone if they actually demonstrated it).

Excerpts –

For a five year period or since July 1942 electric shock therapy has been used in the treatment and follow-up study of more than 100 children with schizophrenia and other allied conditions on the Children’s Ward of the Psychiatric Division of Bellevue Hospital.

The electric shock treatment was performed with a Raum machine with 95 to 130 volts for 1/ 10 or 2/ 10 of a second until a grand mal convulsion was produced.

Twenty daily convulsive shocks represented a full course of treatment.

..70 boys and 28 girls. Their age range from 4-5 to 11-10 at the time they received the shock treatment. Ten children were 5 years of age, 20 were 6 and 7 years of age

…most of the children would lend themselves passively and actively to the treatment both physically and psychologically.

…Careful re-examination of the children for those characteristic disturbances in patterned behavior which are specific for childhood schizophrenia such as the motility disturbances, vegetative lability disturbances in thought and language symbol formation and preceptual motor patternings show that these have been no modification as a result of shock treatment.

She didn’t stop in 1947, one source reports that ECT was used on more than 500 children at Bellevue Hospital from 1942 to 1956, and then at Creedmoor State Hospital Children’s Service from 1956 to 1969.

Author H.P. Albarelli describes a case history of seven-year-old Bobby –

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. 22

Compare that to Bender’s ridiculous portrayal of acting like the children somehow didn’t mind getting ECT.

…most of the children would lend themselves passively and actively to the treatment both physically and psychologically.

One six-year-old boy, after being shocked several times, went from being a shy, withdrawn child to acting increasingly aggressive and violent. Another child, a seven-year-old girl, following five electroshock sessions had become nearly catatonic.

Years later, another of Bender’s young patients who became overly aggressive after about 20 treatments, now grown, was convicted in court as a “multiple murderer.” Others, in adulthood, reportedly were in and of trouble and prison for a battery of petty and 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. One of the children studied in 1954 was the son of well-known writer Jacqueline Susann, author of the bestselling novel “Valley of the Dolls.” Susann’s son, Guy, was diagnosed with autism shortly after birth and, when he was three years old, Dr. Bender convinced Susann and her husband that Guy could be successfully treated with electroshock therapy. Guy returned home from Bender’s care a nearly lifeless child. Susann later told people that Bender had “destroyed” her son. Guy has been confined to institutions since his treatment.15

It should be noted that Lauretta just loved Max Fink, Dr. shocks-a-lot, whom I wrote about extensively in these two posts –

What Really Happened At The Missouri Institute of Psychiatry – CIA, MKUltra and Scientology
The Truth About Psychiatric Drugs and Treatments – Death and Religion


Bender’s buddy Fink was a fully cleared CIA Project Artichoke consultant. In 1951, CIA officials under the direction of Paul Gaynor and Morse Allen of the agency’s Security Research Service (SRS) that oversaw Artichoke, worked closely with Fink in New York City in efforts to thoroughly explore the merits of electroshock techniques for interrogations. The CIA was especially interested in the use of standard electroshock machines in producing amnesia, inducing subjects to talk and making subjects more prone to hypnotic control. According to one CIA document, Fink told officials “an individual could gradually be reduced through the use of electroshock treatment to the vegetable level.“ You can see this document in the first post listed above.

Alfred M. Freedman, interviewed by Thomas Ban, worked with Lauretta Bender at Bellevue Hospital electro-shocking and drugging children deemed as having neurological “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 – which I just covered how nasty that is – and thorazine on them.16

She even used Metrazol on the poor kids being subjected to her dogmatic insanity! 15

Metrazol was a trade name for pentylenetetrazol, a drug used as a circulatory and respiratory stimulant. High doses cause convulsions, as discovered in 1934 by the Hungarian-American neurologist and psychiatrist Ladislas J. Meduna.

The almost immediate effects of Metrazol are shocking for many 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.

As far back as November 1936 Time magazine article seriously 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.15

Dr. Bender was also experimenting on autistic and schizophrenic children with other “treatment endeavors” which included a wide array of psycho-pharmaceutical agents, such as LSD.

Albarelli’s book 17 provides us with a number of details about this, including her connection to MKULTRA.

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 (SIHE), another CIA front group then located in Forest Hills, New York.

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. (Because diagnostic criteria for schizophrenia, autism, and other disorders have changed over the decades, one cannot assess what actual conditions these children really had.) There were 11 boys and three girls, ranging in age from six to ten years old.

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 reported: “In general, they [the children] were happier; their mood was ‘high’ in the hours following the ingestion of the drug … they have become more spontaneously playful with balls and balloons … their color is rosy rather than blue or pale and they have gained weight.” 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 and also about the reaction of these dilysergic acid derivatives as central and autonomic nervous system stimulants and serotonin antagonists. Hopefully these drugs will also contribute to our efforts to find better therapeutic agents for early childhood schizophrenia.”

In an article published in 1970, Dr. Bender reported on the results of LSD dosing upon “two adolescent boys who were mildly schizophrenic.”

See that part I bolded about 7-year-old Jean Marie?

There are reports she may have been sexually molested by her uncle..

Well, Bender, sick bitch Igor-woman that she was, thought that children being sexually molested was beneficial to them.

Oh yea, sure. Kids always look so thrilled after being sexually molested.


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Bender was actually cited by a similar proponent for child molestation, Dr. Karl Menninger, whom I did a post about documenting that he did indeed say what he did about it.

Without intending in the least to justify or excuse such criminal behavior, I may nevertheless point out that in the cold light of scientific investigation no such devastating effects usually follow (a fact which I hope will be of some comfort to certain anguished parents). Two psychiatrists (Lauretta Bender and Abram Blau) recently made a careful follow-up study of such cases and concluded that children exposed to premature sexual experiences with adults frequently turn out to be “distinguished and unusually charming and attractive in their outward personalities.” 18

A Ref# 7 is listed for the above as Lauretta Bender and Abram Blau, “The Reaction of Children to Sexual Relations with Adults,” Am. J. Orthopsychiatry, 7:500-518.

So, see that? Lauretta thought being sexually abused as children made people into wonderful adults.

Look what else Menninger said –

The conclusions to be drawn from such observations need not be shocking; they simply bear out our contention that sexuality is not the evil and horrible thing it is generally conceived to be. Such experiences are traumatic to the child only when connected with deep hostilities; the furtive and desperate nature of such attacks, combined with the attitude ofsociety toward them, tends entirely in the direction of unbearably stimulating the child’s hostilities so that he conceives of sex as brutality. But when the experience actually stimulates the child eroticallv, it would appear from the observations of the authors cited just above that it may favor rather than inhibit the development of social capabilities and mental health in the so-called victims.18

The bolded part was an interesting surprise to see – it is not quoted by anyone else anywhere as far as I know, and it is one hell of a nasty little statement.

It ever so carefully tries to pin blame on any child who gets sexually abused and who understandably HATES the person and what was done to them. It positions such a child as having “deep hostilities” aka anti-social behavior aka a lovely sarcasm little circular logic set-up that the child is mentally ill for having such a reaction!

You know, other than the obviously preferred result of the child who is sexually abused should have the view and attitude that goes with being “erotically stimulated.”

This was Bender’s mentality towards sexually abused children like Jeanne-Marie – try to drug her and ECT her out of her correct hate for what had happened to her.

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All this horrific treatment by Bender that I just got done detailing, was done to children as young as four-years-old.


Such a lovely sarcasm  initiation into the so called ‘civilized’ society of the vicious Vatican and British slavemasters.

“YOUR kind are not wanted here and will be tortured and sexually abused.”

slavemaster seal of disapproval

You will have, I’m sure, noticed that Lauretta Bender’s primary targets were schizophrenic children. Well, one of the main criteria for years and years (going back to Emil Kraepein in the 1800’s) for that invented mental illness was….belief in telepathy, hearing “voices”.

The slavemasters hate that ability with a passion and that goes back centuries and to only one source – the Catholic Church. They are “the” source for all the crap about witches and demons and all the blatant slanted propaganda towards those who can.

I have put together all the ‘bibles’ of psychiatry, the DSM’s, and how particularly telepathy and clairvoyance are constantly targeted as being symptoms of schizophrenia – even up to and including when they changed it to basically say that if it’s with an approved group then (and only then) it’s not mental illness. You can read about it in my post: For Researchers – The DSM’s of Psychiatry (II through V)

But what of the lone telepath, ‘the real thing’, who is usually smart enough to know bullshit when they see it (the bible, voodoo, etc.) and doesn’t always join one of the slavemasters trap front groups – what of him?

Well, be it child or adult, that person is ‘fair game’ to be labeled mentally ill or “in need of psychotherapy” – purely because of the twin sins of magnificence (they stand out in perceptive abilities) and they refuse to conform.

See how the whole idea of ‘schizophrenia’ balances on the head-of-a-pin of pure opinion?

That is not science.

Considering that Wilson was also heading child psychiatry there at Duke, one might imagine that his “treatments” may have rather paralleled Benders’, as well as Rhine and his DOD/MKULTRA contracts, which involved experimenting on children and dream telepathy experiments. Particularly in the case of Rhine, it is especially likely they would have interacted intimately on such matters, because Wilson was the head of the Department of Psychiatry and one of Rhine’s favored experimentee choices was “psychotics” – besides children, that is.

How many children did these two subject to their ‘tests’ and therapies – one can only guess, but at least I can help pin down what they were doing when.

Let’s do that.

In 1961, reports regarding proof of telepathy during sleep that J.B. Rhine was producing, induced one of the earliest U.S. government parapsychology investigations when Sydney Gottlieb, Project MKUltra head and chief of CIA Technical Services Division, became interested in the claims of ESP.

Wilson’s June 1961 paper – now that he’s back at Duke heading the eletroencephalography lab there –  takes on a bit more significance, eh?

So thought the CIA.

Technical project officers soon contacted Stephen I. Abrams, the Director of the Parapsychological Laboratory, Oxford University, England.

Abrams – 1968


Abrams had completed his psychology degree at the University of Chicago, his hometown, where during the years between 1957 and 1960 he had been president of the Parapsychology Laboratory there. Also during this time, he began to work as a “visiting research fellow” with J.B. Rhine at his parapsychology lab at Duke University in North Carolina, this while William Wilson was still there prior to taking off for Galveston.

Abrams was contacted by James Monroe, the executive secretary at the CIA front group, the Society for the Investigation of Human Ecology Fund, based in New York.

Monroe during WWII

James Monroe

James Monroe


Monroe sent Abrams a letter in April 1961 saying that they were interested in “assisting” his ESP research at Oxford. Abrams then submitted a proposal dated 30 May 1961, and arranged to travel back to the states to meet with Monroe to discuss funding.

Prior to leaving, he met with Arthur Koestler, Oxford lecturer Francis Huxley, son of Sir Julian Huxley, and nephew of Aldous Huxley – staunch eugenicists with covert ties to British intelligence. This is no minor thing.

Arthur Kœstler (British IRD agent), Irving Brown (CIA agent in charge of European and African left-wing) and James Burnham (CIA agent in charge of intellectual media) 2

Koestler was already a British IRD agent, and in the pic above, he is with Irving Brown, CIA agent in charge of  (European and African left-wing) and James Burnham (CIA agent in charge of intellectual media). The IRD  – Information Research Department – had been formed in 1948, in England to “combat Communism”.

A word about Irving Brown, taken from my post The Birth of the CIA/MI6/Mafia Drug Dealing to Control World Politics and Humanity

A top priority for the very first CIA director, Roscoe Hillenkoetter, was that he deployed former OSS agent Irving Brown under the cover of being an employee of the International Ladies Garment Workers Union, to infiltrate French trade unions orchestrating the drug trade of the Marseille port in order to take the drug empire away from “the Reds”. First order of business…
control those drugs

Note: That’s just a cover story, one which Miles Copeland detailed was one of two chosen things to propagandize to justify the continuing operation of British and American intelligence working together to suppress any interference with their drug trade and subsequently the slavemast ‘rule’ over the world together with the Vatican, as usual.

The chosen propaganda cover stories were  “threat of communism”, the other was “threat of nuclear war”. To show just how hypocritical these people are, and that they are behind communism, please see my Dark Matter post.

To coordinate and oversea this lovely newest manifestation of the slavemasters long obsession with drugging humanity to finance their black operations against humanity – Irving Brown was dispatched by CIA director Hillenkoetter to help take over that end of things as well and make the deal with the Corsicans, utilizing the cover of being a “labor” official for the American Federation of Labor (AFL).

Irving Brown (right)

Irving Brown Labor Leader and CIA spy (right).

A number of foreign labor organizations established officers of their own in Brussels, and meetings of the International Confederation attracted representatives from all non-Communist countries, including delegates from the AFL-CIO, headed by Irving J. Brown, who gave me loyal cooperation.

DIPLOMAT AMONG WARRIORS By Robert Murphy, 1964, section: 351. VISITS TO THE BELGIAN CONGO 1951 AND 1960

Irving’s CIA cover name was Norris A. Grambo.

It was Irving Brown that had the contacts with all these mafia men and he recruited – and paid with CIA money starting in 1948 – a “rugged, fiery Corsican” named Pierre Ferri-Pisani to recruit an elite criminal terror squad to work the docks.

For the next four years this goon squad beat people up, terrorized them, and even killed a few until they had complete control of the docks.

… the CIA broke the last barrier to unrestricted Corsican smuggling operations in Marseille. When control over the docks was compounded with the political influence the milieu gained with CIA assistance in 1947, conditions were ideal for Marseille’s growth as America’s heroin laboratory. The French police later reported that Marseille’s first heroin laboratories were opened in 1951, only months after the milieu took over the waterfront.

from The Politics of Heroin in Southeast Asia – Drug Text

The truly sick thing about all this getting going in Marseilles here in the late 1940’s, so well described by Peter Scott (and dubbed by many as The French Connection) is what the drug lords did with all that heroin.

The Guerini Brothers –


the chief Corsican mafia contact of Pierre Ferri‑Pisani)

antoine guerini


and Bartholemy (center)

Barthelemy Guerini center


The Marseille Syndicate

the marseille syndicateThat’s Frank Olson on the left. What’s he doing there is a really good question.

…The control of the Guerini brothers over Marseille’s heroin industry was so complete that for nearly twenty years they were able to impose an absolute ban on drug peddling inside France at the same time they were exporting vast quantities of heroin to the United States.

from The Politics of Heroin in Southeast Asia – Drug Text


Now, considering that this particular drug-producing network was backed by all 3 factions of the slavemasters and their intelligence apparatus –

They were specifically targeting Americans with that heroin.

That’s nasty.

The CIA continued the subsidies of the Coriscan Mafia for almost 5 years, because by that time the profits from bringing all that heroin into the U.S. were so astronomical there was no need.

And now they wanted to inundate Americans with psychedelic drugs.

This character Irving Brown, CIA stooge that he was, he shows up again mixed up in the drug trade, this time the quest for mind-altering (and ergo behavior altering) drugs – the MKULTRA project of the CIA.MORE drugs, bigger drugs, better drugs…
we needs
psychic powers!




Irving Brown gets mixed up Francis Huxley and Stephen Abrams with ‘grooming’ Arthur Koestler.


Arthur Koestler

Koestler (who would later leave his fortune to a parapsychological institute at Edinburgh) was being groomed for current British intelligence purposes, and they suggested he go see Rhine at Duke, and British agent Timothy Leary at Harvard. He did both.

Sort of a Scottish Rockefeller – they wanted to use him and his money.


Just a lovely little crew they have going there – all zeroing in on Duke University just after Wilson got back and became Head of the Division of Biological Psychiatry.2

Biological being a kind of code-word for eugenics.

(See Why Psychiatry Is More Religion Than Science)

Abrams took a ship to New York, instead of flying, and then met with Monroe and Preston Abbot who was one of the overseers of “programs” of the Human Ecology Fund.

Abrams and Huxley’s protege’, igor-in-training Koestler had done as requested, he had gone to Harvard to meet up with Timothy Leary, 1 week earlier, and both were flown down to Duke by Baba Ram Das (Richard Alpert) in his private plane.

Timothy Leary and Richard Alpert, at Harvard, 1961

Timothy Leary and Richard Alpert

The next day, there at Duke University, Abrams, Rhine and his research team, Koestler, and Leary all got “high” on a bottle of psilocybin pills Leary had brought specifically for this purpose. They even attempted some ESP experiments, but that didn’t turn out to be very productive. Koestler had a bad “trip” but Rhine was “inspired” and kept Leary’s bottle of pills for further research.

Abrams returned to Oxford, and by August of 1961 he had been funded by the CIA under MKULTRA project #136.

The following document images were originally obtained from Black Vault’s MKULTRA archives  – These are all also available at the Internet Archive using the same numbering system (in case something should happen with black vault’s website). Subproject 136 was Black Vault, CD #3 main directory subproject 136 docs are the 17395 series.

I have made an ocr’d PDF of all the documents – mkultra subproject #136 Abrams Rhine Duke University

  • Document 4 in series 30 August 1961, Plans to continue the project…
  • Document 10 in series 23 August 1961, shows the proposal to use Abrams (Rhine is also involved)
  • Document 23 in series  30 May 1961 shows date of Abrams proposal after being contacted by Monroe in April.
  • Document 24 in series  23 August, 1961 shows proposal is approved.


Note: Stephen Abrams and William Roll (who works for Rhine at Duke at this time) research when they were at Oxford was –

  • Abrams – extrasensory stimulation of conditioned reflexes in hypnotized subjects.
  • Roll – correlate extrasensory perception with personality traits and studied the effects of hypnosis

Look at the part in Document 10 that says:

“…attempting to approach the twin questions of what are the functional relationships between other personality factors and ESP skills, and what are the factors that must be considered in using ESP as a method of communication.


Besides the obvious correlation to Abrams and Rolls work (and Rhines) already, note what is the REAL point of this new research project.

USING ESP as a method of communication.


That is what the Slavemasters are interested in with this. Obviously they want to have their people be able to have what I call – OPERATIONAL TELEPATHY.


Because it simply cannot be beat, as far as speed, invisibility, security, and duplication by any other method of communication, nor will there ever be anything better.

  • Document 13 – notice the parts I have highlighted. This is where you see Rhine’s team mentioned indirectly as well as that one of the three areas they want to explore is the channeling of messages and distances this can cover.


  • Document 14 – shows what they want to do with the ‘specially gifted’, one of the few places you’ll see it admitted that they do exist.


  • Document 15  – [excerpted] talks about “disassociative states”.

The work with individual subjects who give promise of extraordinary abilities …in working with individual subjects, special attention will be give to disassociative states, which tend to accompany spontaneous ESP experiences.

“Such states can be induced and controlled to some extent with hypnosis and drugs.”

  • Document 16 is an interesting one – it talks about that telepathy and esp are due to annoyance and/or intelligence.


  • Document 17 – computerized analysis, the groups they would like to use are psychotics, children and mediums


Note: That’s probably JB Rhine and Duke that’s been blocked out, but it could have also mentioned Wilson for all we know.

Document 18  – talks about learning studies using ELECTRIC SHOCK


That same document also shows that they were especially interested in inducing “receiving” of messages e.g. channeling by mediums, which goes with their third stated area of interest in docs 13 and 14.


Note that it also says that they will use drugs and psychological tricks, as well as deliberately try to induce a multiple personality state in people.

That would include children.

Now, I read somewhere that 257 adults reported that they had been used as children to obtain data in these studies. Remember the part about using children? If that’s accurate, that’s a whole lot of kids being what…hypnotized, drugged, and possibly even electric-shocked!

The interesting thing is, although Rhine’s experiments using psychedelic drugs supposedly showed improved test scores in the subjects tested for telepathy and clairvoyance, he terminates the project – the cards one he had been doing – by the end of this year. (1961)

That’s because he started doing a much more secret project.

As part of the Duke U/Abrams #136 project, in 1962 Abrams got in touch with Czech researchers into the paranormal. 20

This is a British Society for Psychical Research flyer from 1962, after he came back from the Soviet Union, showing that he is going to give a lecture concerning what he saw/learned during his trip.


Abrams had also been contacted by the Russian parapsychologist, Leonid Vassiliev – but he couldn’t get the report translated by the CIA until 1965. Here it is: PDF – Declassified CIA Report of 11 May 1963

It concerned Russian Experiments in Telepathy and the electromagnetic properties, hypnosis at a distance, that had taken place in the 1930’s.

Notice points 2, 6 and 8 –

  • Electromagnetic theory or Telepathy and its experimental basis
  • Mental Suggestion of Sleeping and Awakening
  • Experiments in Mental Suggestion at Long Distances.

Put together with these points from Abrams subproject 136 proposal –

  • what are the factors that must be considered in using ESP as a method of communication.
  • channel (a person that’s a medium) capacity aka what kinds of messages which can be transmitted
  • what are the spatio-temporal constraints of such messages

Put together with the fact that in 1961, J.B. Rhine was producing reports regarding proof of telepathy during sleep that is what got Sydney Gottlieb, Project MKUltra head and chief of CIA Technical Services Division, interested in the first place.

And finally

Put together with some of Dr. Wilson’s papers from the same time period that subproject 136 was running in conjunction with J.B. Rhine at Duke –

June 1961


  • Dr. William P. Wilson submits a paper to the Society for Biological Psychiatry21 called: SLEEP AND DREAM PATTERNS IN TWINS: MARKOV ANALYSIS OF A GENETIC TRAIT. William W. K. Zung and William P. Wilson.
  • Applications of Electoencephalography in Psychiatry: A Symposium by William P. Wilson / Duke University Press 1965

And a special note regarding one of his papers in relationship to the subproject 136 proposal, the points of:

  • Special attention to dissociative states
  • want to induce dissociative and multiple personality states
  • as part of intensive study of special groups such as psychotics, children and mediums

Have a look at Wilson’s submission to the Society of Biological Psychiatry, 1965 report (always keep in mind the work is done earlier than the date the report shows up somewhere).


I know that’s all complicated sounding. Think of it as like a ‘firewall’ trying to keep us rank-and-file from really knowing what they’re up to. Let me simplify it for you.

Starting as early as 1958, massive doses of Atropine were being used in psychiatry to induce comas – exactly like Dr. Ewen Cameron’s ‘sleep room’ patients were subjected to, and to induce dissociative states and hallucinations.

Note: Side effects in even small doses include: heart troubles (ventricular fibrillation, supraventricular or ventricular tachycardia) dizziness, nausea, blurred vision, loss of balance, dilated pupils, photophobia, dry mouth and potentially extreme confusion, dissociative hallucinations and excitation.

Bottom line? Wilson was trying to cause hallucinations and dissociative states using atropine in cats – obviously for possible use in humans for that exact purpose.

I think it’s becoming pretty clear just what the heck Dr. Wilson was all mixed up in there at Duke – top secret research in ESP communication, dream telepathy, the whole nine yards.

It gets worse.

But first, let’s wrap up a couple things here.

Considering that this project (which was in tandem with Duke University actually) continued into 1964, I think you’ll find it interesting that Stephen Abrams invented quite a story as to why his CIA funding was suddenly suspended.

More than 10 years later, even the Senate MKULTRA hearings picked up on this very strange tie directly to Oxford, not to mention the unpatriotic willingness to fund a foreign university in mind control research, with U.S. tax payer funds.

Senator CASE. Thank you, Mr. Chairman. I am sorry that I had another committee that I had to complete the hearing with this morning before I got here.

I shall read the testimony with very great interest, and I appreciate your testimony as I have heard it. I would like to comment just on one point, and that is, it relates to a story in the press yesterday about part of this program involving the funding of a grant at a foreign university. I would like to elicit from you a comment as to the additional sensitivity and difficulty that that practice involves from your standpoint as a scientist, as well as a citizen, if you will.

Mr. GITTINGER. I will say it was after the fact thinking. It was utter stupidity the way things worked out to have used some of this money outside the United States when it was CIA money. I can categorically state to my knowledge, and I don’t claim a complete knowledge all the way across of the human ecology functions, but to my knowledge, and this is unfortunate, those people did not know that they were getting money from CIA, and they were not asked to contribute anything to CIA as such.

Senator CASE. It would be interesting to try to examine this by turning the thing around and thinking what we would think if this happened from a foreign official agency to our own university. Thank you, Mr. Chairman.23

At this point I’d like to point out that from the slavemasters perspective, one of the most consuming motivations for all this ‘research’ into psy-abilities, is a problem.

What is it?

That they cannot STOP these abilities.

…these theories have as yet yielded no other certain physical limitation which can be used to curb the unruly nature of psi. 13

They came up with a rather interesting way of trying to stop those with psi abilities, by punishing them. But, all this does is curb their demonstration of it to others, it doesn’t actually change anyone’s abilities..


A few workers have tried directly to manipulate treatment of the subjects… one group of subjects was treated nicely and the other badly.

[…]If we take this result to heart the best thing we could do would perhaps be to treat subjects as abominably as possible, so that significant, if negative, scoring could be secured. 13

• Belief in extrasensory perception raises ESP scoring levels in laboratory experiments; disbelief lowers them (these are colloquially called sheep vs. goat experiments) (Schmeidler and McConnell, 1958). 14

I imagine some of you have even ran into this kind of treatment even in today’s modern internet age. Not naming names yet though…

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Why the change in 1964 on the mkultra projects?

Well, the ‘change’ actually began rumbling in 1963, and lots of researchers were feeling the effects of it and began making changes as well.

In 1963 J.B. Rhine shifted to a more, shall we say, spiritual interest, and so did William Wilson. Rhine created the Psychical Research Foundation – the PRF – which was an off-shoot of J.B, Rhines lab there at Duke, and put Dr. Roll as project director. It was set up to explore the question of survival after death, under grants by the late Charles E. Ozanne. The PRF begin putting out a bulletin called Theta starting in 1963.

Dr. William George Roll Jr.

william g. roll

A year after graduating (1950) Mr. Roll went on to Oxford University where he did parapsychology research for eight years. He carried out research designed to correlate extrasensory perception with personality traits and studied the effects of hypnosis and of various calling procedures. While there, he became president of the Oxford University Society for Psychical Research [SPR] from 1952 – 57.

Stephen Abrams took over his role as President at the Oxford University Society for Psychical Research when, in 1957, Roll went to Duke University as a “Visiting Research Fellow” from Oxford, and was invited by J. B. Rhine to join the Parapsychology Laboratory of Duke University, where he worked until 1964. His first position with Rhine was as his research associate, during 1958 to 1960.

You might wonder why this shift by Rhine to ‘survival after death’ research. The answer is not simple, as a number of factors all kicked in at once at this point in time, but I’ll do my best to simplify things for you while at the same time pointing you to more comprehensive articles and posts should you be so inclined to expand your awareness of the ‘scene’.

What was changing?

In 1962 there was an investigation into the CIA and its MKULTRA program, the result of which was published in what some call the Earman Report* named after the Inspector General of the same name.

See Specific Persons page for John S. Earman Jr.

The resulting reorganization was described in CIA declassified document #59, 26 July 1963, Report of the Inspection of MKULTRA, Black Vault’s MKULTRA archives disk#4, folder 17748 – 42 images. Image #1 – the beginning of the report – is pictured below.


Note: These scanned images of declassified MKUltra documents are all also available at the Internet Archive using the same numbering system.

The investigation basically resulted in most of the behavioral research being transferred from Sid Gottlieb and his Technical Support Division to the Office of Research and Development (ORD). Dr. Stephen Aldrich took over the leadership role.

That name ORD ought to be familiar to you now, right? It’s part of the same organization that Webster headed that was coordinating the “behavioral” research among British, Canadian and American intelligence.

Some things were transferred to other “backup’ organizations like the Scientific Engineering Institute.

All this really was, was a way of moving around things so that there was less possibility of accountability.

Meanwhile, back at the ORD ranch (so to speak) they were still very interested in parapsychology, despite the Earman investigation nothing had changed with that at all.

Agency officials wanted to know:

  • whether psychics could read minds or control them from afar (telepathy),
  • if they could gain information about distant places or people (clairvoyance or remote viewing)
  • if they could predict the future (precognition)
  • influence the movement of physical objects or even the human mind (telekinesis).

John Marks Search for Manchurian Candidate; chapter 12

If we look at the points of subproject 136 again –

  • what are the functional relationships between other personality factors and ESP skills
  • what are the factors that must be considered in using ESP as a method of communication.
  • channel (a person that’s a medium) capacity aka what kinds of messages which can be transmitted
  • what are the spatio-temporal constraints of such messages
  • specially gifted subjects will be intensively studied
  • Special attention to dissociative states
  • want to use special groups such as psychotics, children and mediums
  • subject will be rewarded or punished for his overall performance, with electric shock etc.
  • want to induce disassociative and multiple personality states

We can clearly see they still align with the areas of interest.

What changed was the infrastructure, and the whole plan shifted into taking things to a whole new level. Targeting me and thee now, not just captive mental patients and prisoners.

* * *

The Holy Rollers – Religious Cults

A little levitation anyone -

That some guess of a more continuous consciousness, of an identity unmoved and stable beneath the tossing of the psychic storm, must needs have been suggested by all those strange interruptions?

– The Human Personality and Its Survival of Bodily Death by Frederic Myers Volume I


The slavemasters and their igors had spent centuries trying to control man by controlling his body and his “sub-conscious”. Centuries. By the mid-twentieth century they were forced to admit to themselves privately, that it simply was not a reliably effective method to simply seek their outside control of the body partner.

It did not work well to try and control YOU by using your body partner or “subconscious” – as they like to call that other person.


Now they needed to get tricky.

Propaganda by its very nature is an enterprise for perverting the significance of events and of insinuating false intentions.

– Propaganda: the Formation of Men’s Attitudes by Jacques Ellul. You can read it here.


What they wanted to try and get you to do, Fredric Myers called self-suggestion –

Self-suggestion (sometimes called auto-suggestion by a barbarism easily avoidable in English) means a suggestion conveyed by the subject himself from one stratum of his personality to another, without external intervention.


As I said, they had been forced to acknowledge a simple fact. One that was expressed humorously in the movie The Fifth Element where Leloo says: “Seno ekto gamat!” –

Never without my permission.


That’s where propaganda comes into play – it’s about gaining that permission by dubious means.

The focus of propaganda on freestanding populations now, was not to modify ideas, but to provoke action. It was not to change adherence to a doctrine, but to make the individual cling irrationally to a process of action. It was not to lead to a choice, but to loosen the reflexes. It was not to transform an opinion, but to arouse an active and mythical belief.

– Propaganda: the Formation of Men’s Attitudes by Jacques Ellul, 1965. You can read it here.

Let’s line up those points –

  • to provoke action
  • to make the individual cling irrationally to a process of action.
  • to loosen the reflexes
  • to arouse an active and mythical belief.

The ideas contained in this book were practically a holy bible for CIA front group founders and operators. Like I talked about in The Hard Six the CIA had just crossed over into enacting their big plan to experiment on the rest of us.

The CIA, the DOD, and just about all the major intelligence and war organizations (at the behest of the slavemasters) wanted to study real people so they formed and used front groups to do so – like Synanon…like scientology…like demon-purging revivalist groups that William Wilson started propping up.

They thought of it as a new variation on what they had already been doing to helpless people secretly.

I want to move the story forward some more, from the CIA experiments in the 1950’s into the 1960’s and beyond. The 1960’s brought us a new variation in operational utilization of the techniques of brainwashing and sensory deprivation and so forth…and this is the religious cult issue.

But it was in the 1960’s that the idea of using these techniques on essentially freestanding populations was experimented with and the cults provide the laboratory setting for social influence processes where the people are not taken into complete physical custody.

– Lecture: “The History of Mind Control: What we can prove and what we can’t” by Dr. Alan Scheflin, Professor of Law, Santa Clara University and author of the book “The Mind Manipulators”

Remember what Fredric Myers said?

Self-suggestion (sometimes called auto-suggestion by a barbarism easily avoidable in English) means a suggestion conveyed by the subject himself from one stratum of his personality to another, without external intervention.


Back in 1956, William Sargant’s blusteringly self-congratulatory book called: Battle for the Mind: A Physiology of Conversion and Brain-washing figured that could be brought about by using religious conversion. What I call a Holy Roller experience.

If a complete sudden collapse can be produced by prolonging or intensifying emotional stress the cortical slate may be wiped clean temporarily of its more recently implanted patterns of behavior, perhaps allowing others to be substituted more easily.


To do that, obviously you are going to have to deal in beliefs (which are definitely not usually or necessarily truths).

CIA agent Miles Copeland was actually specifically instructed on that point, that in dealing with enemy targets – which is what the slavemasters pretty much view all of humanity as – then you have to specialize in beliefs and not knowing, by his spymaster Kermit Roosevelt.

But he had other points: first, we, of all people, should have understood what it meant to know something, and to appreciate the difference between knowing and believing.

Second, as propagandists we should have understood that ‘information’ must be fashioned to fit beliefs, not knowledge.

Mussolini knew the difference (‘I don’t want my people to know,’ he said. ‘I want them to believe’); so should we. But it was the beliefs of our targets that mattered, not our own.

– Miles Copeland, The Game Player, autobiography of a CIA agent.

Obviously this will play a key role in what they were about to launch upon America, in the form of religious cults.

As William Sargant said, the idea is to do a lot of hullaballo of some crazy stuff or other, in order that accomplish YOU allowing their ideas to be substituted more easily for yours.

For example

  • Synanon and Charles Dederich –  he had begun his own experimenting with emotional and environment manipulations trying to recreate the (LSD) purgation for others.
  • Scientology and L. Ron Hubbard promote their enlightenment route – is a drugless psychedelic (LSD) a root to the achievement of some of these awarenesses on a natural basis by purging ‘engrams’ and ‘body thetans’ aka demons.
  • Dr. Wilson and the ‘charismatic’ demon-purgers for Christ movement – purging people of Satan and his demons, to bring the person to a new “awareness”

The total lock-step parallels of these supposedly ‘different’ groups is incredibly clear.

They are all –

The new Holy Rollers for the CIA

dedrich synanon 1968 life.

John galusha left l ron hubbard right 1958

william prescott wilson

ALL THREE had their own variations of ‘tripping’ in order to accomplish this willing allowment of the ‘new ideas’ to take hold.

Synanon’s ‘The Trip’ (from Paul Morantz’s website) is an excellent example. You can read much more about what went on in one of these ‘trip’ weekends in my post When God Plots but for the purposes of this article just  this brief beginning description should give you a pretty good idea.

At 7 p.m. on Fridays the chosen Trippers, around 50 in number, of all ages, were met in the Del Mar lobby by people dressed in long white robes and yellow silk scarves. A Shepherd led them through candle-lit and incense-burning corridors to a locker room filled with rows of Army cots with name cards. Each person stripped and put on white robes. Watches were taken as time was no longer important. Women removed all makeup and jewelry, a symbolic stripping of past selves.

The Guides, all experienced game players, turned each group from enthusiasm to a depression and defeat, wallowing in its collective shame. Sitting in comfortable green armchairs, they made the dope fiends tell their tales of drugs, rape, crime and beatings. The squares were pushed to confess their prior loneliness and despair. The games turned on one than another. Disoriented by lack of sleep, each was moved to the point of intense disillusionment. Aides, who did their homework, provided ammunition to the Conductors on each Tripper. Everyone was to cop-out (confess to past sins).

The result was implantation of a common bond and sense of ideals, all identified with Synanon. Each Tripper was to write a paper on some feeling or admission. A big shot would advise the Trippers they were not really chosen as an honor, but each was really selected because each was a resister, thinking he or she knew better the direction Synanon should go, part of the “dummies that hold Synanon back.


Pay particular attention to these: Disoriented by lack of sleep, each was moved to the point of intense disillusionment… The result was implantation of a common bond and sense of ideals because they are exactly what William Sargant said should be done, and exactly what Allen Dulles said was the real point of brain washing –

It would seem that the ultimate purpose of this treatment is to break you down completely and deprive you of any will power or private thought or self-esteem…they appear to place importance on the parallel appearance of repentance and self-condemnation

One element stands out in all the known cases. It is endless interrogation by teams of brutal interrogators while the victim is being deprived of sleep.

Brain Warfare Summary of Remarks by Mr. Allen W. Dulles at the National Alumni Conference of the Graduate Council of Princeton University, Hot Springs, Virginia, April 10, 1953


It doesn’t matter if it’s propaganda about Xenu and volcanoes (Hubbard) or bad parenting and dingbatness (Dederich) or demons and Satan (Wilson and other pentacostal demon-purgers) – they were all after accomplishing the same thing using the same methods.

Conditioned reflex by using myths.

The two great routes that this sub-propaganda takes are the conditioned reflex and the myth.

  • Propaganda tries first of all to create conditioned reflexes in the individual by training him so that certain words, signs, or symbols, even certain persons or facts, provoke unfailing reactions.
  • On the other hand, the propagandist tries to create myths by which man will live, which respond to his sense of the sacred.

By “myth” we mean an all-encompassing, activating image a sort of vision of desirable objectives … Such an image pushes man to action precisely because it includes all that he feels is good, just, and true.

Only when conditioned reflexes have been created in a man and he lives in a collective myth can he be readily mobilized.

– Propaganda: the Formation of Men’s Attitudes by Jacques Ellul. You can read it here.


Charles Dedrich’s Synanon “Trip’

synanon the trip

L. Ron Hubbard’s scientology version


Sargant’s pictures of Southern demon-purgers and ‘movers of the Holy Spirit’

Battle for the Mind religious ecstacy


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William P. Wilson’s demon-purging



…for the complete conversion of those lands, both at the beginning and throughout the rest of the time

– Jesuit founder Loyola


Same old slavemaster goal – ruling the world through religious conversion (or subversion) depending on how you look at it.

For this conversion tactic to work the best, there needs to be an organization that educates and mobilizes people how the slavemasters want them to.

Moreover, the action-reflex obtained by propaganda is only a beginning, a point of departure; it will develop harmoniously only if there is an organization in which (and thanks to which) the proselyte becomes militant.

…. Through organization…he is actually transformed into a religious man

– Propaganda: the Formation of Men’s Attitudes by Jacques Ellul. You can read it here.


Synanon had one. Scientology had one. Wilson had one.

Gettin’ the picture here?

Now you know why the change, and what one of the main changes was towards, so now we can begin picking up again with Wilson’s timeline here.

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Wilson the Closet Demon-Purger


“I am the first and the last.”

– St. Peter Chrysologus, Sermo 117: PL 52,520-521.


In 1964, the year the CIA’s MKSEARCH project went into effect, Wiliam Preston Wilson was appointed Professor of Psychiatry, a position that he would hold for the next 19 years until he had to resign.2

william_preston_wilson_professor_of_psychiatryWilson, psychiatry department at Duke University – yearbook pic


At the beginning of that year, the black vault documents on MKULTRA subproject #136 show that the telepathy research project was still going – that’s Document 4 in this PDF I made for you – until it got terminated later that year.

J.B. Rhine, along with several other MKULTRA contractors, had to move his Parapsychology lab off-campus, although it was only across the street really. This was because of the rising public outcry and the pressure from internal investigations of the MKULTRA program itself (The Earman Report we talked about earlier) They didn’t stop what they were doing, they just moved and went private (and less accountable).

Note: Ewen Cameron and his nasty experiments he was doing at McGill University was one of the casualties of the rising outcry – he was forced to resign in 1964.

Rhine’s “new” location

House across the street from lab - rhine - duke university

The shore story was that Rhine was supposedly retiring. Easily evident that was not the real reason by the fact that his foundation, the PRF, also had to leave.

In brief (of what we covered earlier) – Sidney Gottlieb had to preside over the partial dismantling of MK Ultra. Numerous projects were terminated but some were more in the guise of appearing to be terminated that were in fact just shifted underneath “corporate” structures such as Stanford Research Institute – that were still in the vicinity of or attached to certain Universities.

By 1965 – virtually all “interesting” research projects were closed down when James Goddard became Chief Administrator of the FDA, but the really important to them ones simply shifted into the private sector – like the British-backed Society for Psychical Research’s ESP experimentation there at Duke.

Rhine’s work was shifted out from under Duke University to a private research institute funded by Chester Carlson, the founder of Xerox; founded by J.B. Rhine, called Foundation for Research on the Nature of Man. The above image is where that was, starting in 1965.

Note: the interesting thing is that it came BACK under Duke in 1969, hidden under its School of Electrical Engineering, of all places, as a sponsored project. This new covert connection between Duke and the Foundation continued until the late 1970s.

In 1965, after the close of MKULTRA #136, Stephen Abrams prepared a review article* which claimed ESP was demonstrated but not understood or controllable.

*Abrams, S. I. (1965). Extrasensory Perception , Draft report. December 14.

See? More proof that telepathy does exist, but what’s really fascinating is the obvious objection to that it was not controllable – by them is what he really means.

Ewen Cameron and his twisted MI6 sidekick, Leonard Rubenstein, had put out a paper in 1960 called Sensory Deprivation: Effects upon the Functioning Human in Space Systems (see PDF). Look at this excerpt from it –

There is variation from person to person in susceptibility to reduction in input. The factors controlling the variability are as yet unknown.

There’s ‘something there’ that is capable of resisting them, in other words, that is not influenceable by physical methods unless it chooses to be.

That alone takes their biological psychiatry ideas about telepathy well outside the realm of anything resembling science, in the sense that this is not some biologically based mechanism that can be controlled like your heartrate, for example.

Gertrude Schmeidler in her 1958 research, also specifically referred to the ‘unruly’ aspect of psi abilities that cannot be controlled through the physical.

…these theories have as yet yielded no other certain physical limitation which can be used to curb the unruly nature of psi. 25

Guess who were the ‘class’ of people that they could not effect (or control) their abilities through physical torture and interference?



we learned from our experiments that some patients with schizophrenia were not affected by sensory isolation.26


Those falsely labelled mentally ill – schizophrenic – being people who even mentioned they could ‘hear’ voices or send and receive information telepathically.

Did you know this very same observation of ‘the problem’ with the human spirit, was made by one of the members of the first incarnation of the British/Vatican slavemasters obsession with telepathic abilities?

The Society of Psychical Research – the very same institution fostering Rhine’s work at Duke.

Look at what one of its main people, Fredric Myers, said more than fifty years earlier –

frederic myers with son

…We cannot predict when the result will occur; still less can we bring it about at pleasure.

The Human Personality and Its Survival of Bodily Death by Frederic Myers Volume I, Chapter 5

…we must remember how much of psychical operation goes on below the conscious threshold, imperfectly obedient to any supraliminal appeal.

The Human Personality and Its Survival of Bodily Deathby Frederic Myers Volume I, Chapter 3


But what of Dr. Roll, our other erstwhile Oxford-grad participant?

That’s an interesting one all by itself, because, you see, Roll’s last research, as presented to the American Psychological Association, claimed that the root cause of psychic phenomena is a combination of modern physics (i.e., quantum mechanics) and neuroscience. According to Roll all objects and individuals have “psi fields” around them which are the carriers of psi information.

That’s them still trying to make telepathy into a physical thing (which it isn’t) but it also clearly demonstrates that the entire subject of parapsychology was always actually disguised eugenics – aka biological psychiatry – all along.

But, it also ties into why the real focus of Ewen Cameron’s research at Mcgill was on radio frequency (RF) communication experiments. The interest in that did not wane with Cameron’s abrupt exit stage left in 1964. On the contrary, it continued and spread. (See Donald Ewen Cameron page for a list of all the MKULTRA and MKSEARCH projects that continued his work)

They think that telepathy can be electronically created, which is true, in a very limited sense, but it is also completely inferior to the real thing and easily discernable as false. It’s sort of like using a baseball bat instead of a feather. A pretty typical simile for the slavemasters – they have no finesse whatsoever.

There could be an entire operational telepathy conversation going on between 4 or more telepaths and they would have no clue that it was, nor any way to track it.

Because the real thing is not physical


You can see part of the reason for their centuries long hatred of those who can do this.

And guess who the biggest proponent who knows that it isn’t physical (and yet does everything in their power to try and control it physically) is?

The Catholic Church.

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William Wilson, almost exactly on top of all the other ‘holy rollers’ getting going on the new ‘plan’, suddenly became a born again ‘christian’ in 1966, less than two years after becoming head of all the psychiatry department at Duke, and then began demon-purging the following year.

Why, supposedly, did he do this?

Because he suddenly became charismatic and could ‘see demons’ in his psychiatric patients.

kitty cat sees demons

I’ll be delving much deeper into that story, but first let’s have a look at the so-called symptoms of  ‘demon possession’ in Catholicism/Christianity, taken from their own materials.

From my article: Why Psychiatry Is More Religion Than Science

They are:

  • 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.

There’s also the “pythons” aspect (another word for snakes, serpents, witches and demons) that the Catholics went on about under the patronage of Pope Nicholas V, who particularly hated women.

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, a Catholic priest, who like Dr. Wilson was also crossing demonology into psychiatry, depicted pythons or ‘demonic’ powers as follows:

  • Communicate By Telepathy (Thought)
  • Move & Think At The Speed Of Thought
  • Can Bi-Locate (Or Move So Quickly They Appear To Do So)
  • Highly Skilled at Powers of Observation

Therefore, the main attributes we have to this ‘pythons’ and demons business are:

  • telepathy
  • clairvoyance
  • incredibly skilled and fast in powers of observation
  • and a sort of code-name for incoming telepathy as being ‘spirits of the dead’

BUT, we have this rather interesting distinction that if particularly telepathy is from God, well then that’s the living dead as opposed to the dead dead.

Who knew we needed distinctions of types of dead, right?

sarcasm little guy

The overall “witches” and “sorcerers” bible catechism specifically positions unapproved of – a key distinction – telepathy and clairvoyance as being from (or because of) that nasty, bad devil character.


God can reveal the future to his prophets or to other saints. Still, a sound Christian attitude consists in putting oneself confidently into the hands of Providence for whatever concerns the future, and giving up all unhealthy curiosity about it. Improvidence, however, can constitute a lack of responsibility.

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.

– 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.


Basically, all these references taken together point to one clear fact.

Every single thing that some would classify as super-human super-natural are all literally and figuratively demonized!

“Although set by God in a state of rectitude man, enticed by the evil one, abused his freedom at the very start of history. He lifted himself up against God, and sought to attain his goal apart from him” (GS 13 § 1). 27

Another important point to understand the behavior and attitudes of psychiatry towards “supernatural” abilities, is that Angels primarily operated at a telepathy level.

Angels communicate with human persons, who in turn communicate with the angels.

They speak to people…instruct peoples minds, they announce important events…they admonish

angels do not depend on a body to either acquire ideas or communicate ideas to others. The angels do not have to eat or drink in order to sustain themselves in life. The angels are not limited in their movement as we are by our bodies.

Ah, but so did “demons” which are only distinguished as different simply because they refused to acknowledge the lie that God was a supreme anything.

Father Hardon and his Catholic Catechism on the Angels shows a description of both good and bad angels, but more importantly it sets the stage for both the idea of curing what is “wrong” with man (aka curing insanity) and that the blame for it is put upon one of the Fallen.

The biblical basis is the consistent use of the word “spirit” when speaking of the angels. Thus St. Paul asked, “Are they not all ministering spirits,” in his letter to the Hebrews (1:14). Again Christ is said to “drive out the spirit by a word” (Matthew 8:16), referring to the Savior’s exorcising people possessed by the evil spirit.

So, here we are again with approved and unapproved of telepathy etc., and look how that crossed into psychiatry almost completely intact – check out this interesting Q-and-A by Father Hardon starting with –

what is the activity of the fallen angels towards human beings?

Temptations by the devil are only one, although the most common, form of demonic assault which is permitted by God. The three basic ways in which devils assault human beings are by temptation, obsession and magic.

What are internal temptations of the evil spirit?

Internal temptations by the devil take place through direct action by the evil spirit upon our sense faculties or imagination. The latter take the form of apparitions, diabolical locutions, hallucinations and the like.

Now it’s getting really interesting, especially as it’s going to relate to psychiatry and it’s diagnoses of “mental illness”.

We have –

  • diabolical locution – that means the devil is “speaking” to the person, aka telepathy
  • hallucinations
  • apparitions – the “demons” or the devil is capable of presenting visual forms and proof

and we have that these obviously powerful beings can create –

  • direct action …upon our sense faculties or imagination

Hardon expands on that last point a little more, because it is rather key –

What are sensibly perceptible demonic temptations?

They are the most common way in which the devil tempts human beings. He uses our faculties of sight and sound, of taste and smell, and of bodily feeling as the channels of seduction.


Here’s what Emil Kraepelin said were dementia praecox (schizophrenia) symptoms.

E. Kraepelin

…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. 28


Those line up absolutely perfectly with the slavemaster characterization of God’s opposition – the “fallen” angels.

The Devil and friends.


Take a look at this Kraepelin said again –

  • The universal characteristic of the entire group of sense deceptions is their sensory vividness.
  • The patients do not merely believe that they see, hear, and feel, but they really see, hear and feel.

Not only does that line up perfectly with this christian idea of devil/demons –

  • direct action by the evil spirit upon our sense faculties or imagination

It also tells us something else, without actually saying it.


It points directly to that God’s opposition is far more powerful.


You can tell that because of the very act of making such an intentional distinction of how VIVID, how REAL their communications and influences are as opposed to God and his “angels” abilities in the same area.

That’s a real sore point for them, by the way. Let’s just say those bodies they live in don’t co-operate with them too well.

As it should be.

The other very important (and part of a clear pattern emerging here) thing to notice is that whenever God’s opposition demonstrates these abilities? They’re hallucinations, delusions, evil, diabolical, and insane seductive temptations.

The person is therefore a messenger of the Devil.

Whenever a slavemaster says he has had any of the same experiences? It’s divine, miraculous, and holy intervention.

The person is therefore a messenger of God.

Fascinating, isn’t it?

Alright, now let’s move into Wilson’s new Holy Roller identity.

– – –

The term Holy Roller came into use in the 1950’s and 1960’s as an insult meaning a member of usually Christian Pentecostal denominations in which spiritual fervor is expressed by shouts and violent body movements.

Supposedly there’s a difference between deliverance and exorcism. People call the particular brand of holy-rollering that I’m talking about – Pentecostalism. It was first created by slavemaster shill Oral Roberts.

oral roberts


He founded Oral Roberts Evangelistic Association (OREA) just after WWII ended and began conducting evangelistic and faith healing crusades across the United States and around the world, claiming he could raise the dead. Through the years, he conducted more than 300 crusades on six continents.

Sounds like a perfect intelligence cover to me, how about you?

Look at this guy in action –



I cued the video to where he’s ‘healing’ a poor kid who has epilepsy, which is being positioned as caused by demons! Just like the Catholic church has done for centuries now.

Roberts was a ‘pioneer’ televangelist who helped to create what became called Pentecostalism. He began broadcasting by radio in 1947, and began broadcasting revivals by television (like the above) in 1954. His television ministry continued with The Abundant Life program reaching 80% of the United States by 1957.

The name derives from Pentecost, the Greek name for the Jewish Feast of Weeks, which falls on the fiftieth day after Passover. – the word itself actually means speaking in tongues.

On this day the Holy Spirit descended upon the first Christians enabling them to “speak in other tongues” (see Acts 2:1–4).

Pentecostals promote other gifts of the Spirit (charismata), including faith healing, prophecy, and exorcism.

Ecstatic experience however, remains the unifying element of the movement.

What that means is religious ecstasy – which is a type of altered state of consciousness characterized by greatly reduced external awareness and expanded interior mental and spiritual awareness, frequently accompanied by visions and emotional (and sometimes physical) euphoria…pertains to an individual trancelike experience of the sacred or of God.

Catholic version

S.-Caterina-Cavallino religious ecstacy

Just like William Sargant was talking about, here’s the Pentecostal revivalist one –

Battle for the Mind religious ecstacy4

The Oral Roberts Version –


Oral Roberts was of the same time (and a spawn of) Billy Graham. Why is that important? Because through Billy Graham, a line can be traced directly to a long-running combined Vatican/British intelligence operation called the MRA – Moral Re-Armament.

Check him out in his heyday. I swear, if he had a mustache and a Nazi uniform he’d be a dead ringer for Hitler giving a speech.


There’s a reason for that.

Graham and the organizations he was part of were an integral part of an intelligence operation being run on America and the world. One that goes back to the “anti-communism” co-operation with Hitler of Frank Buchman’s British intelligence operation called Moral Re-Armament and The Christian Fellowship (that Graham later became part of) spear-headed by Vereide. Buchman had created First Century Christian Fellowship – a parallel organization to Vereides. He was quoted by in the New York World Telegram as saying: “I thank Heaven for a man like Adolf Hitler, who built a front line of defense against the anti-Christ of Communism“.

After WWII, Veriede/Graham were tightly connected to CIA NOC agent Miles Copeland who also ran L. Ron Hubbard and the scientology front group from its earliest days in the 1950s.

For more about the MRA background and its influence on a number of religious cult front groups that are actually intelligence operations, please see  – Forget The Idea That Scientology was “taken over” – It never was anything else.

This obvious con-artist Oral Roberts was part of that same intelligence operation against America, as was Pat Robertson and the Christian Broadcasting Network (CBN) that he had founded in 1961 and was the director of. CBN hosted the infamous propaganda outlet called “The 700 Club,” show.  Pat Robertson was “tight” with President Reagan, and was staunchly “anti-communist” – so you can tell where he fits into this puzzle easily (anti-communist is practically a seal of being a slavemaster agent).

Pat Robertson

Pat Robertson2


wiley-double yikes.

Add to the mix of religious cult figures doing what the slavemasters wanted as part of that same intelligence operation – enter the rather obvious guy who started the new Pentecostalism or charismatic movement, as it is often called. It traces to Dennis Bennett, an Episcopal minister who declared/confessed to his congregation in Van Nuys, California (1961) that he was speaking in tongues.

oh-boy spanky

Following this, the charismatic movement appeared in nearly all the Protestant denominations, the Roman Catholic church, and, to a lesser extent, in Eastern Orthodox communions. With the support of the Full Gospel Business Men’s Fellowship International, founded (1951) to provide lay support for faith-healers – sounds like a front group to me – the charismatic movement spread throughout the world.

It was this movement that Dr. William Wilson suddenly got himself involved with.

Wilson’s website that he created much later in time to reflect his organization, the Institute for Christian Growth, goes back to 2013 in the internet archive.

On the history page, is the following –

Institute of Christian Growth (ICG) History
by William P. Wilson, M.D.

In 1966 I (William P. Wilson, M.D.) became a Christian. As soon as I was discipled and learned how to communicate with God, it became apparent to me that I needed to serve the Lord in some way. One day a medical student came into my office at Duke University Medical Center and asked me to teach him how to integrate his Christian faith into his life and work. I candidly told him I did not know how, but that we would learn how  ̶  together.

A different source says that he established this program for Christianity, medicine and psychiatry at Duke and trained 138 medical students and psychiatrists in integrative medicine.24

Notice how he doesn’t even reveal on his own website that he does “deliverances’ – as the new holy rollers called it – so this “serve the Lord” is somewhat of a euphemism because as I already mentioned earlier he became charismatic in 1967.

This happens to be the exact year that my father started medical school at Duke University, having uprooted my mother and I from California and moved us clear across the country, and as part of his medical training he had to do a year of psychiatry.

Yep. Under this crazy, secret holy roller-man – Dr. William Preston Wilson

william prescott wilson

Just look at those eyes…

One then has to wonder just what the heck he was teaching students in this ‘program’ he mentioned starting – did he teach them how to exorcise demons? My money is on no, unless he felt some young medical student would be susceptible to being manipulated in that direction, and then he would ‘mentor’ them. That’s what I think.

You see, Dr. Wilson hid that this demon-purging he suddenly developed an ability at, was something he was involved in almost the whole time he was at Duke.

I’m thinking that was not because he was embarrassed or worried about it, nah. I’m thinking he must have been involved with more secret research projects, and that’s what this really was.

– – –

Our job is to help our patients think rightly.

– William Preston Wilson – the psychiatrist

Justifiably concerned for their reputations, most of the charismatic health care professionals I interviewed insisted on anonymity.  Dr. William P. Wilson, on the other hand, a veteran deliverance minister from North Carolina who’s now living in retirement, told me that he no longer has anything to hide. 

[…] During his lengthy medical apprenticeship, Wilson had fallen away from his childhood faith, but in 1966 he returned to the Methodist fold, and the following year he became charismatic.    I asked Wilson whether any of his professional colleagues had known about his involvement with exorcism or deliverance.  He said –

I’m pretty sure they had no inkling what I was up to. I kept it secret, even after M. Scott Peck’s book came out.  I was doing exorcisms while I was on the faculty at Duke.  No one there knew about it.  The psychiatrists in my department would have thought I was crazy.  For people in the medical professions, I’ve got to say, it could be pretty lonely and isolated doing exorcism during the 1980s.29

Scott Peck’s book came out in 1983 – exactly when Wilson abruptly resigned from Duke University.

As I watched, two of them [demons] came out and were carried off in the air.
One consisted of six human legs arranged spider like.30

– William Preston Wilson – the demon hunter

This was the ‘work’ that Wilson had begun with his Jesuit compadre – Richard ‘Rick’ Thomas, whom he described as the ‘most Christlike’ of all his friends.

Of course, their work just happened to be primarily targeted at people living in third world conditions – the slave workers – and the people most likely to be driven to revolt against the oppressive conditions they had been forced to live under, in some cases for centuries. Being held down by the twin oppressors of a lack of real education and an overgrowth of religious imaginary bullshit, didn’t exactly hinder the propaganda they were trying to sell these people, yet another reason for the choice.

third_world_conditionsimage from Thomas interview video


Compare this video about Richard Thomas SJ to William Sargant’s religious conversion (brainwashing) images I showed you earlier.


Rather startling, isn’t it?

I mean, really look at this guy –


wiley-double yikes

Wilson, after having hooked up with this man and ‘learned the ropes’ of manipulating people into ‘demon-purging’ sessions, described the scene of his demon spider exorcism

In the mental hospital we went from cell to cell to pray for the patients. Our healer was a woman named Candellaria. She did all the praying. As we went through the wards she would first fog the room with holy water, then she would put some blessed salt in the patient’s mouth and give the patient a squirt of water from the spray bottle of holy water. Then she would anoint them with oil and pray. We followed this routine for a while until in time we came to a patient who was obviously a catatonic schizophrenic. 30

Wilson then had himself what he referred to as a ‘discernment’ that the man was demon possessed.

This word discernment has a special meaning in religious exorcism circles, and you probably don’t know that.

It has to do with becoming ‘charismatic’ – which again has a very specific religious meaning. One that sourced from the Catholic Church (who is the true source of the bible in the first place).

In the bible there is a passage called 1 Corinthians 12:8-10, which lists out the extraordinary spiritual ‘gifts’ – charisma – that are given to someone by God – as if they didn’t have them before, you understand.

The main ones talked about are:

  • the word of wisdom
  • the word of knowledge
  • increased faith
  • the gifts of healing
  • the gift of miracles
  • the gift of prophecy
  • the gift of the discernment of spirits
  • the gift of diverse kinds of tongues and interpretation of tongues.

So, when you see Wilson saying he had a ‘discernment’ of this schizophrenic patient in Juarez, Mexico in the early 1970’s, he’s saying ‘God’ made it possible for him to see the demons within him.

One of which in this case just happens to sound like something straight out of a truly bad Z-grade horror movie in the satanism genre. Come to think of it, I think I even remember one with that particular rendition of some supposed ‘demon’ with all these legs and such. Was that Beetlejuice? Doesn’t matter, you get the idea anyway I’m sure.

As I mentioned earlier, Wilson said that he was made charismatic by God 29, through some sort of spiritual conversion experience.

I don’t believe that for a second, given this guys LONG history of co-operating with British,Vatican, and American intelligence agencies interests in projects to figure out how to control humanity – religious front groups being top of the list and forming one hell of a big coincidence on his part as his new ‘calling’.

For now, however, I’m going to mainly examine this from the perspective of what he and others wanted to have be believed as to what they were doing.

Wilson says he first met Rick-the-exorcising-Jesuit at the Charismatic Concerns Committee (CCC) in Glencoe, MO, in the early 70’s. One can only imagine what ‘concerns’ that Committee had, but I’m guessing there was more than one demon-hunter looking for business at this particular little coffee-clutch.

Why would there even be such a committee?

Good question, that’s the part that smells.

That doesn’t even line up with when he said that he became charismatic – which was in 1967. I think that Wilson, even up til his death, was still hiding his early connections as to how he got into all this crap.

Like his early connection to Francis MacNutt – whose book he says spawned his first demon-purging of a schizophrenic at Duke University.

The problem here is that MacNutt’s first book Healing didn’t come out until 1974. In it, he argued that charismatic deliverance was equivalent to a ‘minor exorcism’ and therefore did not require the permission of a diocesan bishop.

whatever plain

Keeping in mind that all this posturing was part of an injected movement starting in the 1966-67 time period referred to as the the Charismatic Movement. “Regular” congregations began adopting the old form of Catholicism that focused on the use of spiritual gifts (charismata) – which have to be from God, and only God, you understand. If any one else uses them and denies they are from God then they are ‘in league with Satan”.

It actually started over in Europe (not California) coming out of Rome covertly. It became more overtly adopted by Roman Catholics right around 1966 or so, when Wilson had his ‘religious conversion’

I think that Wilson hooked up with MacNutt in 1967 and became “charismatic”, because of this from MacNutt’s biography –

In August 1967, Francis was invited to a week-long charismatic Pentecostal Protestant retreat. Among the leaders were Rev. Tommy Tyson and Agnes Sanford. It was at this retreat that Francis asked for prayer to be baptized in the Holy Spirit. Not long after, he experienced a dramatic turning point in his ministry. Agnes Sanford told him that he would be used to bring healing prayer back to the Catholic Church. He began praying for the sick and many were either completely healed or noticeably improved. More and more he realized that a very important part of Jesus’ ministry (healing and deliverance through the power of the Holy Spirit) had been commonplace in the early church, but had been largely overlooked or ignored in the modern church.31

Francis MacNutt was an instrumental member of the group of charismatic leaders that formed the Charismatic Concerns Committee (CCC) in the early 1970s – where Wilson said that he ran into Richard Thomas SJ.

Note: The CCC was later re-named the Charismatic Leaders Fellowship, and Francis served as its chairman for a number of year.

During the 1970s he began televangelizing and appeared with Ruth Carter Stapleton, the sister of President Carter. He left the Dominican priesthood to marry his wife, Judith Carole Sewell, a psychologist, in February 1980 and they settled in Clearwater, Florida, where they established Christian Healing Ministries that same year – the exact same location that Scientology and SEED Inc (both CIA front groups) had also established themselves.

So, that’s how I think Wilson got into being ‘charismatic’ – was through this MacNutt character, or at least at the same Pentecostal gathering that MacNutt had gone to.

We’ve already covered when Wilson became charismatic, which we know means (to him) that he can see demons, but yet we’re supposed to believe he didn’t use this ability until four years later?

I don’t believe it – I actually met the guy and he was so wrong, so evil and crazy that it was terrifying even being in the same room as him, and that was only once.

But, his story that he’d like us to believe already has problems with its accuracy, because its here that he positions his first exorcism as being after MacNutt’s book came out (1974) yet in another source he says he did this in 1971.

I think we can tell what the real story is now though.

The person who wrote the below interjected some wrong information. Whether intentionally or not, who knows, but it doesn’t even match when Wilson is being directly quoted – which itself gives two different impressions and that’s when it becomes very clear that even Wilson himself is apparently lying.

This author writes:

During his lengthy medical apprenticeship, Wilson had fallen away from his childhood faith, but in 1966 he returned to the Methodist fold, and the following year he became charismatic.  Four years later he performed his first exorcism or deliverance. 29

But then quotes Wilson as saying –

“For the first few years after my baptism in the Spirit, I wasn’t interested in demon-possession,” he told me.   “I thought the whole idea was extremist and crazy.  But in 1971 I came across a woman who was incredibly violent.  She threw herself to the floor, and then she picked up a nurse and hurtled her right across the room.  I was an epileptologist, and she had been referred to me.  She had what looked like epilepsy, but I wasn’t so sure.  I had just read Francis MacNutt’s book on healing and deliverance, and it had had a profound influence on me.  I thought she might be possessed.  So I cleared the room and exorcised her.  This was my very first case, and it was completely successful.  After the exorcism she was cured instantly.” 29

Ok, what do we have here. For the first few years…which would put it at 1969 or so. But we also have a contradiction with the earlier statements that he became charismatic in 1967, which means he’s saying he was given ‘gifts’ of the spirit – one of which is seeing demons etc.and yet he finds it ‘extremist’ for the first few years. Sure. Right. I don’t buy that at all. I think he’s just trying to further cement a Pentecostal story of “I didn’t want to but God showed me the way” kind of thing. I’m surprised there wasn’t a ‘blue light’ in this rendition, sarcastically speaking.

Be that as it may, the most glaring departure in the above, and has to be a lie, is that he dates this as I had just read Francis MacNutt’s book – which didn’t come out until 1974. 1971 and 1974 equals no matchey at all.

We have a few years later (than 1966), we have four years later, and we have 1971, but we also have the fact that he became charismatic in 1967, – I’m thinking that it was probably actually in 1969 or 1970, and I’ll tell you why a little later on here.

But first, let’s finish up with what else showed up about what Wilson was doing, because the author continues and here’s where we get the revelation that he was performing exorcisms in secret at Duke –

From here Dr. Wilson went on to perform dozens of additional exorcisms, mostly outside the United States.  “I have only been involved with seven or eight exorcisms here,” he said, “but I’ve done thirty to forty in Madagascar.  And I’ve also done quite a few at a mental hospital in Juárez, Mexico, with Father Rick Thomas, a Jesuit in El Paso who’s a very dear friend.”  I asked Wilson whether any of his professional colleagues had known about his involvement with exorcism or deliverance.  “I’m pretty sure they had no inkling what I was up to,” he said.  “I kept it secret, even after M. Scott Peck’s book came out.  I was doing exorcisms while I was on the faculty at Duke.  No one there knew about it.  The psychiatrists in my department would have thought I was crazy.  For people in the medical professions, I’ve got to say, it could be pretty lonely and isolated doing exorcism during the 1980s.” 29

Note: 1983 is when M. Scott Peck’s People of the Lie came out, exactly when Wilson resigned from Duke.

Given what we now know, I’d say that this story of “his very first case” – the epileptic woman that he exorcised at Duke – was more likely to have actually happened in the late 1960’s. Say, 1969 or so.

Parker (Battling the Occult)  offers the following case history from William P Wilson’s article “Hysteria and Demons” in John Warwick Montgomery’s book Demon Possession and perhaps this may be an expanded version of Wilson’s very first case:

This 32 year old, twice married female was brought in because of falling spells which had been treated with all kinds of anti-convulsant medication. She was examined on the neurosurgical service and after all examinations including EEG, brain scan, and a pneumoencephalogram were negative, she was transferred to the psychiatric service. Her mental status examination was unremarkable and all of the staff commented that she seemed normal until she had her first ‘spell.’

While standing at the door of the day room, she was violently thrown to the floor bruising her arm severely. She was picked up and carried to her room, all the while resisting violently… Her facial expression was one of anger and hate. Sedation resulted in sleep. During the ensuing weeks, the patient was treated psychotherapeutically and it was learned that there was considerable turmoil in her childhood home, but because she was ‘pretty’ she was spoiled… After her second marriage she continued to associate with her ‘high living’ friends. When her husband demanded she give up her friends and her parties, she started having the ‘spells.’ The usual psychotherapeutic treatment for hysteria including interviews under sodium amytol only aggravated her spells. Seclusion in the closed section brought her assaultive and combative behaviour to an end, but she would have spells in which she became mute, especially when religious matters were discussed. More dramatically, when the names of Jesus or Christ were mentioned she would immediately go into a trance. On one occasion, while in a coma, in desperation, an exorcism was conducted and a demon was removed and her spells ceased… The patient had recovered and been well ever since.

Parker then writes – This psychiatrist [Wilson] concludes his article by saying that, reluctant as he was to accept the activity of evil spirits, he nonetheless found that real healing came only when the deliverance prayer in the name of Jesus was offered in faith. He said that a number of his patients had not responded at all to conventional treatment, and he was now convinced that what they really needed was spiritual help and deliverance from evil. I have myself worked in consultation with a number of family doctors and psychiatrists who have invited me to offer pastoral care and ministry to some of their patients, believing that the real need was to deal effectively with evil.

[…] Dr William Wilson has a more pragmatic approach to distinguishing the demonic from an illness. He says that where possession like manifestations occur, and psychiatric treatment has failed to alleviate them or to give the individual a measure of control, then it is time for deliverance ministry. He goes so far as to say that in many of the mental hospitals whose patients are labelled as chronic schizophrenics or depressives, there has been healing through prayers of deliverance, sometimes without the patient’s permission and sometimes in their absence. 32


I can’t even begin to describe how utterly horrifying that last part is, that someone like him was doing this to people without their permission, completely violating their privacy and their rights, not to mention the high weirdness of conducting spiritual warfare at a distance towards one of their supposed demon-possessed ‘targets’.

This is SO like Scientology and Catholicism its downright eery.

For a more full cite of Wilson’s article that’s being quoted above, it’s called Hysteria and Demons, Depression and Oppression, Good and Evil, and it’s found in J.W. Montgomery (ed) Demon Possession: A Medical, Historical, Anthropological ad Theological Symposium. Montgomery presents a collection of papers presented at the University of Notre Dame, January 8-11, 1975 under the auspices of the Christian Medical Association pp 223-30; 1976


You can see the books Table of Contents here – and it does list Wilson’s article.

I was able to see a little of it through Google books, and you can see that Wilson specifically admitted that “Satan” can control inner life spiritually – and that this is referred to as satanic psychic activity – an interesting term, to be sure.


Now let’s talk about Wilson’s good buddy and fellow demon-purger, Rick-the-exorcising-Jesuit, and his supposed conversion into the charismatic movement.

Apparently, it consisted of going to attend some sort of Jesuit gathering with Father Cohen who talked to him/recruited him into the new ‘holy roller’ Pentecostalism.


Wilson says that Rick’s conversion consisted of his getting a headache one night (while at this gathering) and going to bed in his New Orleans hotel in 1969, and then waking up later with his room bathed in blue light.30


It must be God then, right?

Even IF this ever happened, I don’t know about you but the whole thing sounds far more like some MKULTRA secret drug experiment than it does an actual ‘visit from God’.

One wonders if there were any two-way mirrors in the room – a personal fave of CIA and Vatican agent George White. His good buddy and semi-demented side-kick – a Corsican mafia man named Lafitte – was known to hang around the French Quarter in New Orleans from time to time.

Just sayin’.

Once hooked up with “Rick”, Wilson described one of the ‘ministry episodes’ that the two would engage in.

These ministry episodes took place during the six days I was there, but the highlight of my visit was the prayer meeting on Wednesday night.

… We all gathered in an upstairs meeting hall around six o’clock and had some food.

There were old people, middle aged people, young people, and children all sitting on the floor. At the front of the room was a table with the elements for the Eucharist. The meeting began with music. They had several guitars, a guitaron and some maracas that were well played and the people really got into the worship. They clapped, danced, shouted and sang as the tempo picked up.

Occasionally they would stop to catch their breath and pray. This went on until about 1 PM when Rick celebrated Mass. Little kids were sleeping all around the room, but exhausted older participants eagerly partook of the sacrament. Then people began drifting out, and in short order the room was empty. I have never been to a prayer meeting that was like that except at Rick’s place. It was the same on my second visit.

Notice how exactly similar to William Sargant’s descriptions about how religious or political conversion is achieved.

By increasing or prolonging stresses in various ways, or inducing physical debilitation, a more thorough alteration of the person’s thinking processes may be achieved….If the stress or the physical debilitation, or both, are carried one stage further, it may happen that patterns of thought and behavior, especially those of recent acquisition, become disrupted. New patterns can then be substituted, or suppressed patterns allowed to reassert themselves; or the subject may begin to think or act in ways that precisely contradict his former ones.

If a complete sudden collapse can be produced by prolonging or intensifying emotional stress the cortical slate may be wiped clean temporarily of its more recently implanted patterns of behavior, perhaps allowing others to be substituted more easily.

And what MKULTRA contractor Harold Wolff said – that it was not drugs or bizarre tortures that resulted in confession; it was sleep deprivation and psychological warfare techniques that produced anxiety to such an extreme degree that “normal coping devices” could not prevail.

When the person reached this “state” Hinkle and Wolff would then present themselves as friend and saviour.

Well, that’s all rather eerily similar to what Wilson is partaking in – wouldn’t you say?

To use their own terms? They’re brain-washing and trying to brain-change them.

– – –


I highly suspect that the reason both Rick Thomas and Dr. Wilson both began demon-purging the same time period – 1969/1970 – had to do with more than just happenstance.

I’ll tell you why I think that.

For one thing, the very year that Wilson suddenly (and conveniently) had his supposed epiphany and became a Christian again, was the same year that Richard Helms became Director of the CIA – on June 30th, 1966. One of the first things he did was pour the coals on getting results in the mind control field. Old projects were resurrected, abandoned projects were reactivated.

We covered earlier that the ‘thrust’ became shifting behavioral research projects into the private sector to both better conceal the true nature of what was behind such interest (and accountability) as well as to test out their theories on free-standing populations, as Ellul put it.

A new organization was formed that could comfortably do both – the LEAA, the U.S. government’s Law Enforcement Assistance Agency.

In 1968 the LEAA (Law Enforcement Administration Association) was founded underneath the U.S. Department of Justice by the Safe Streets Act. Long term “brain” researcher and MKULTRA doc Jolly West was immediately transferred out to UCLA as head of department and director of the Neuropsychiatry Institute, where he worked on coming up with a proposal for a “Center for Violence’, a sort of umbrella organization for all sorts of nasty ideas that the slavemasters had for reforming those it deemed ‘needed’ it.

As part of the fall-out from Ervin’s hearings in 1974, the LEAA had been caught being one of the groups funding Straight’s predecessor, SEED Inc., a highly abusive cult posing as a drug rehab program. This is how the LEAA’s role in funding behavior modification programs came to light.

It strikes me that something similar may have happened with some of the organizations that had been spawned by the ‘new’ Pentecostalism that both Thomas and Wilson were involved with – such as the Charismatic Concerns Committee (CCC) – renamed Charismatic Leaders, Christian Healing Ministries, Inc., Christian Medical and Dental Association, Christian Medical Foundation, Int., American Association of Christian Counselors/Association of Christian Therapists (which Wilson was a Board member of), and MacNutt’s Christian Healing Ministries and Wilson’s own Institute for Christian Growth – all of which were formed after 1970.

Note: Don’t forget, in February 1980, demon-purger Francis MacNutt moved to Clearwater, Florida, where they established Christian Healing Ministries that same year – the exact same location that Scientology and SEED Inc (both CIA front groups) had also established themselves.

Note: The Association of Christian Therapists (ACT) was founded in 1975 also by Francis MacNutt and several colleagues as a fellowship group for charismatic health care professionals, ACT experienced rapid growth during its first decade of existence, and by the mid-eighties it boasted a membership of almost two thousand.  While not all of its members practiced deliverance, the organization regularly sponsored national and regional conferences where the subject was at least assured a sympathetic hearing.29

Why are these groups of interest?

Because 1970 marked when, after finding it a workable model for the “religious cult” laboratory environment that the slavemasters had shifted into in the mid to late 1960’s, the LEAA decided to jump into funding behavior modification experiments with both feet.

All the person or group needed was a nice innocent-sounding shield organization, fully set up, and they were good to go – like the above listed ones, for example.

LEAA’s more aggressive role in the behavior modification research began at a meeting held in 1970 in Colorado Springs. Attending that meeting were Richard Nixon, Attorney General John Mitchell, John Erlichman, H.R. Haldemann and other White House staffers. They met with Dr. Bertram Brown, director for the National Institute of Mental Health, and forged a close collaboration between LEAA and the Institute.

The LEAA funded 350 projects involving medical procedures, behavior modification and drugs for “delinquency control”.

A national uproar was created by various articles in 1974 which prompted a Senate investigation. The subcommittee’s harrowing report 12 was virtually ignored by the news media.

It was Senator Sam Ervin, of Watergate fame, that headed this U.S. Senate Subcommittee on Constitutional Rights and published their results in that 651 page book, and a good-sized portion of the book had to do with the UCLA Neuropsychiatric Institute.

Ervin chairing the Watergate Committee

erwin chairing the watergate committee

After Senator Ervin’s denunciation of the funding polices, LEAA announced that it would no longer fund medical research into behavior modification and psychosurgery, or fund any more drug rehab programs…

fingers crossed - lie

Despite these pledges by LEAA’s director, Donald E. Santarelli who coincidentally resigned following the full exposure of their activies in 1974 –


The LEAA ended up funding at least 537 more research projects dealing with behavior modification.

These Congressional hearings, led by Ervin, also exposed that Seed Inc. was a Synanon based behavior modification group using brainwashing techniques similar to North Korean prisoner camps, and that one of the ways it was funded was under CIA program MKSEARCH – U.S. government funding.

This makes the cruel twist even more visible, of just what a horrific lie particularly the religious front groups are perpetrating, and how it was taking terribly sick advantage of good-hearted people.

You see, the preferred targets of these covertly backed religious cults were not the “broken” or the “incapable” or the “rejects” – that was just the intelligence cover. The ‘feel good because you’re helping humanity‘ cover.

What they were really after were the best people.

The best people also happened to be people that were not towing the slavemaster line in some way.

Steve Hassan, a former Moonie, wrote in Combating Cult Mind Control

The fact that many were intelligent, well-adjusted and from good homes hardly surprises me. When I was a leader in the Moonies, we selectively recruited “valuable” people—those who were strong, caring and motivated. Indeed, a cult will generally target the most educated, active and capable people it can find.

L. Ron Hubbard, of the scientology religious cult front group, once privately told a journalist that he liked to catch the clever ones and reel them in.33

The above came from ex-scientologist Jon Atack, who was responding to ex-Guardian’s Office ‘volunteer” Len Zinberg who posts as “Mike Leopold”. Len, in my opinion, put it even better what these front groups were looking for:

If it’s any comfort, scientology’s control system relies on smart, creative, passionate, pioneering, forward thinking, progressive, compassionate, strong, tough, dedicated and loyal believers. While most have some of those traits, finding them all in one individual is rarer.

Yes, there were a few bonafide sociopaths among the sociopaths, just as there are in any group. But scientology lures and grooms those with these stellar characteristics. If you didn’t have all of that, you would never have been chosen.

That is all part of why I think that Wilson and Thomas (and the Catholic Church) were mixed up in probably getting funding – in one way or another – from the LEAA, or perhaps even MKSEARCH to do what they were doing.

On that note – let’s get back to what that was, exactly.

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Gonna get me some demons

I saw six angels

– William P. Wilson


angels with swords

Some years later I went out to visit Rick again. On this occasion I was doing a three day personal prayer retreat at the ranch he had up in New Mexico…. I began to pray. I ran out of words to say in English so I was praying in tongues with my eyes closed when I suddenly saw in my mind’s eye six angels in the air above the scene in front of me. They were young muscular men who wore iridescent white robes with belts around their midriff. They were standing at parade rest with their long swords touching the ground in front them. Their hands rested comfortably on the hafts. I noted that the hafts of their swords were undecorated. They were attentively surveying the scene. I opened my eyes and they were still there. They did not disappear when I closed and opened my eyes several times.

… Reflecting on the experience, I realized that what I was seeing were eidetic images. They can be had at will by anyone if they close their eyes and recall any scene they have seen before. The only problem was that I had never seen angels before. I am sure the Holy Spirit allowed me to see them to give me assurance that they were protecting me. 30

He’s busy ‘Keeping the Faith“, you see – Arizona Republic article (November 10, 1984) –


In between that and going rabbit hunting, of course.

We had other worldly interests too. Rick loved country music and so did I. He also liked jack rabbit hunting with dogs. His ranch was overrun with jack rabbits so he kept three dogs. He had a Lab that he kept with him most of the time, a half coonhound and greyhound and another dog of assorted parentage that loved to chase rabbits. We would take a pickup and go out into the desert at night and when we caught a jack in our lights we would turn the dogs loose and let them run the rabbits down. The dogs ran by sight and not by smell so they often lost them. Rick enjoyed this sport. 30

I’ll just bet he did – kind of like what he was doing with people, eh?

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Let’s see what kind of propaganda Wilson was indoctrinating others in.

Starting with that he actually had a powerpoint presentation on Demonization and Deliverance, that’s just full of some real doozies, including my personal favorite – Satan’s Strategies.

Here’s some of his pointers on demons –

  • All they have to do is to confront the demon or discern his presence or influence
  • If the demon creates a fuss or acts up you can command him to be still
  • You must then authoritatively command him by name (if you know it) to leave in the name of Jesus with no fuss or bother
  • If the demon hesitates or refuses to go you can command him to go more authoritively and he will usually go.
  • Some are highly resistant and you have to continue to command them to go and remind them that they were defeated at the Cross and Jesus= blood bought the victory.
  • If you suspect it will be difficult then have some prayer backup
  • Once they are free, lead them to the Lord or have them rededicate their lives if they are already a Christian
  • Teach them to maintain their spiritual immunity
  • The Lord’s Prayer saying, deliver us from the evil one, is a good prayer of deliverance

Ahem. I’m afraid I’m seeing more than a few direct parallels with Scientolgy’s “advanced” levels here.

Wilson tells us that he ‘discerns’ – meaning he charismatically – ‘sees’ a demon in the person

  • If I suspect or discern demon possession I have the patient say Jesus is Lord. This will cause most demons to reveal themselves.

Will it now..

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As part of What the counselor needs to be, know and do, he instructs potential demon-purges to –

  • If so gifted pray in tongues regularly.

Mean like Latin perhaps?

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You will note just how many of the demon characteristics line up with the Catholic catechism points that we discussed earlier and the so-called mental illness of schizophrenia points.

Wilson also expressed his direct agreement with Macnutt’s point-of-view and his ability to see the Anti-Christ personally.

Francis MacNutt (1974) is even more conservative than are the Hammonds (1973) and Basham (1972) in diagnosing demon possession. He believes that true demon possession occurs rarely, but oppression and obsession occur frequently. Unger(1969) and Koch (1972) all take this same view. I personally, am in accord with the view of MacNutt.

[…] The distinguishing marks of demon possession that he thought differentiated possession from other kinds of illness were:

(1) The automatic projection of a new personality in the victim. The new personality reveals itself in a different voice, and sometimes in a different dialect or language on a completely different educational and cultural level. The new personality refers to itself in the first person and the possessed in the third person.Bystanders are addressed in the second person.

(2) The personality possesses supernatural knowledge and intellectual power that the possessed could not possibly have acquired through other means.

(3) The possessed has supernatural strength. Although persons who have mental disease seem to have supernatural strength, it is nothing when compared to that of the possessed.

(4) The manifestation of the personality of the demon is frequently characterized by a complete change of moral character of the victim. 34

Point 2 is an extremely veiled reference to telepathy, as well as native ability to know, so it’s interesting that this is characterized as demonic as is having supernatural strength.

That’s just plan fear talking, but a particularly CATHOLIC fear, because here again we have the unbelievable hypocrisy that if the person is ‘with the lord’ and has such previously foreign to him abilities – he’s good. If he doesn’t believe he’s “god’s creation” (and knows that’s a lie) and demonstrates foreign or supernatural abilities? Well now – he’s demonic.

What the frack is this crapola, religion for two-year-olds?


It can’t even pass basic critical thinking (the real kind, not the BS version often seen out there).

But wait – there’s more.

In our society they often come disguised as angels of light. But whether their character is immoral or not, they are God-defying and Christ-resisting.

[…] Discernment also enters into the diagnosing of demonic activity. It is a gift of the Holy Spirit that provides the believer with a sense of the presence of evil (1 Cor. 12:10). Excluding popular literature, only Unger and Koch emphasize this gift.

The author has on many occasions been aware of evil when in the presence of persons who later proved to be anti-Christ (Wilson, 1976).  34

God-defying and Christ-resisting…as if that’s a bad thing?

That about clinches it. Clearly, this is about brainwashing people through religious conversion, into being good little slaves for the slavemasters – who are definitely not the “God” they invented and then lied to everyone that they represent.

Watch Wilson in action – at 6:18 casting out demons.


Together with Dave Larson, Wilson started putting out papers pontificating about religion and psychiatry, particularly notable is this one, Psychiatric Treatments Involving Religion: Psychotherapy from a Christian Perspective which was part of a series of papers published in the Southern Medical Journal starting in 1980.

Other examples –

  • Larson DB,Wilson WP. (1980). Religious life of alcoholics. Southern Medical Journal 73:723-727.
  • Cancellaro LA, Larson DB,WilsonWP. (1982). Religious life of narcotic addicts.Southern Medical Journal 75:1166-1168.
  • Wilson WP, Larson DB, Meier PD. (1983). Religious life of schizophrenics. Southern Medical Journal 76:1096-1100.
  • Bishop LC, Larson DB, Wilson WP. (1987). Religious life of individuals with affective disorders. Southern Medical Journal 80:1083-1086.

As part of all these attempts to legitimize what they were doing, Cuneo cites 35 that in 1983, Wilson did a study of schizophrenics – and perhaps this is one of those ‘peeking out’ clues that he was being funded by the LEAA (or similar) to do such things.

III: Religious Affiliation and Psychosis

[William] Wilson and Colleagues (1983) surveyed 73 schizophrenics and learned the fathers of the subjects were less likely to be involved in their children’s religious instruction than fathers of controls (19% vs. 35%).

Parents of schizophrenics were also less likely to:

practice family devotions regularly (8% to 32%)
more likely to teach that God is punitive and harsh (73% to 30%)
more likely to teach religion in an authoritarian manner (40% to 14%)

Schizophrenics themselves were less likely:

to read the bible (26% to 49%)
to say grace at meals (51% to 80%)
to have a religious conversion experience before 21 (63% to 78%)

Authors felt this suggests they received less religious nurturance as children and why they are less regular in religious devotions as adults. 35

So, now wait a minute here. Given that we already proved that the main aspects demonized in both Catholicism (and every other offshoot) and psychiatry were spiritual abilities like telepathy, clarivoyance, incredibly fast powers of observation, etc., do you realize that what this is really pointing to is that NOT BELIEVING IN GOD leads to stronger demonstration of these unauthorized abilities.

Wow. How ’bout that?

1983 was the same year that Francis MacNutt’s Healing book came out (and Wilson suddenly resigned from Duke).

It was hoped that Peck’s book would help lend credibility to the charismatic movement (and perhaps more importantly, to bringing in more people to experiment on). The following is an interesting description of M. Scott Peck’s People of the Lie

Peck’s book was a great and unexpected gift.  Here was the most famous psychiatrist in America preaching what charismatics had always known: Demons were real agents of evil in the modern world, fully capable of infiltrating ordinary women and men, and the only effective means of dealing with them was exorcism or deliverance.  Many charismatics, in fact, saw People of the Lie as the breakthrough for which they had long awaited.  After generations of denial, of derisory dismissal, perhaps now the medical and psychiatric establishments would be persuaded to take demonism seriously.

Probably no one was more appreciative of People of the Lie, or more hopeful of its leading to even better things, than charismatics who were themselves health care professionals.  The renewal movement had always attracted its fair share of doctors, nurses, and therapists, at least some of whom were committed to performing deliverance while in the line of duty.  More often than not, however, this meant leading a kind of double life: conducting one’s official business by the book and then praying deliverance over patients or clients behind closed doors, furtively, always fearful of being found out.  People of the Lie offered hope that the days of secrecy were finally coming to an end and that deliverance might soon find its place of respectability.

“For some of us Peck’s book was one of those ‘Aha, this is finally it’ moments,” a charismatic psychotherapist from the Midwest told me.  “We hoped that the book would wake up the nation, shake up the establishment.  It isn’t easy doing deliverance when you’re trying to hide it from your peers, hide it from the professional watchdog and licensing bodies, knowing full well that if they ever found out, you’d be a laughingstock and probably forced out of business.  We were hoping that People of the Lie would change all of this.  SO far it hasn’t, but we’re still hoping.” 29

1983 was also the same year that Wilson decided to publicly pontificate against homosexuality.


Another site discusses his views where Wilson is denying the genetic factor to homosexuality, which I think is him trying to angle towards that its demon caused.

As Dr. William P. Wilson, who served as professor of psychiatry and as head of the division of biological psychiatry at the Duke University School of Medicine, says, “There is no evidence that genetic or hormonal factors play any role in the development of homosexuality.” [Answers to Your Questions About Homosexuality, p. 156]

I find his position on that highly questionable for another reason which should at least be mentioned, that of perhaps Dr. Wilson may have even been a closet homosexual, because given his extremely dark history and his penchant for being involved with dubious slavemaster operations, one has to at least consider the idea that things may not be quite what they seem with descriptions like the below –

Dr. Bill as he was known by many delighted in pouring his life into his students and witnessing and teaching of the healing power of Jesus Christ through the Holy Spirit. He loved the outdoors and enjoyed teaching the principles of scouting to young men. Right up to his final days he was leading his grandsons through scouting’s God and Country program.

For a listing of other articles by Wilson, you can look at this site.

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William Wilson died September 18, 2013 and to my knowledge noone has ever revealed the extent of his dark, dark past that I have here.

Now I’d like to share my personal story that involved this man.

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My Story


The LEAA was the pet organization of the Nixon Administration, who was, at one time, putting together a program for detaining youngsters who showed a tendency toward violence in “concentration” camps. According to the Washington Post, the plan was authored by Dr. Arnold Hutschnecker.

Health, Education and Welfare Secretary Robert Finch was told by John Erlichman, Chief of Staff for the Nixon White House, to implement the program. He proposed the screening of children of six years of age for tendencies toward criminality.

Those who failed these tests were to be destined to be sent to the camps. That particular program was never implemented, but it resurrected under a new name in California, underneath The Neuropsychiatric Institute (Jolly West) and was a pet project of Ronald Reagan.

But, the important aspect of the program was implemented – that screening business – in places like Duke University. I know that first hand, because I was one of its first victims.

They were not actually screening for criminality in the sense you and I think of it, murderers, druggies, rapists and so on, what they were actually looking for was anyone who could be a threat to the slavemaster 2-class system being installed around the world. The 2-class system being that of the Vatican Nesilim and the British nobility, and the preference for this system was expressed in various Pope’s own words.*

*If you’d like to see quotes from several Popes talking about how their must be these “classes” of society, please see this post.

They were especially looking for what they called natural leaders who are brilliant and charismatic – which means having spiritual gifts, remember – and who do not kowtow to their system.

That is exactly what I was identified as at the age of six, at Duke University, when Dr. Wilson was in charge of Child Psychiatry there. Literally in those very words – I obtained the records and saw it for myself.

This is me at age six – first grade.

before I was brought in for ‘screening’

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What do they call these “enemies” to them, like me, these natural leaders with charisma?

They call them ANTI-SOCIAL


That too, was in my file, anti-social tendencies.

You got that right.


To get why I say that, you have to understand the actual meaning of certain words, like anti-social, from a slavemaster perspective.

This scale of the slavemasters special meanings for words, was first created by my husband for his Chapter Seven – The First Scientologists and Their Masters that goes into all this “mental health” business that the slavemasters are so hot for.

Note: These meanings are derived from actual statements made by ‘New World Order’ people.

RULE – The slavemasters say they are extremely superior to everyone else. All others are inferior to them. All others must exalt the slavemasters, worship them, praise them and bend the knee to them. The slaves must always submit, obey, comply and fulfill every desire the slavemasters have.

SOCIETY – the only proper society is one where the slavemasters RULE

SOCIAL – being a willing subject in the slavemaster SOCIETY

ANTI-SOCIAL – rejection of the slavemaster SOCIETY



WORLD PEACE – no wars because everyone is SOCIAL

DEMOCRACY – a monarchy disguised as democracy. This is accomplished by using propaganda to covertly manipulate people into giving their consent and by having the only candidates for election are the minions of the
New World Order RULERS.

I believe that, all by itself, rather clearly elucidates the real reason why was I “screened”.

But, just to fill in the details a bit more, this began with a sociopathic (and violent towards children) first-grade teacher who didn’t like that she couldn’t break me.

I’m not kidding here, she tried with violence, stripping me of my underwear and forcing me down over a desk and beating me with a ping-pong paddle; she tried by public humiliation, asking me questions that were many grades ahead of me, in front of the class to try and show me up – I answered every one perfectly and extremely offhandedly just to show her I knew what she was doing, and the class roared with laughter whenever she tried that. She literally tried with everything she could think of.

I thin that the worst thing, from her perspective, every student in that class stood by me through all her attempts.

Why was she doing this?

Because I, having always finished my own assignments first, would then go around and help everyone else learn whom this teacher had deemed “backward” (they weren’t, she was simply a terrible teacher). I literally taught that class, at the age of six, because I couldn’t sit by and watch her try to destroy these people. And they thrived…

Anyone who has ever loved teaching knows what a joy it is to see those lights come on in someone, to see them see that they are not stupid, they are wonderful.

But this woman, being a sociopath, well…that’s a “challenge to her authority” in her sick little twisted mind.

One day, Mrs. Roberts called my mother in and manipulated her through her then personal emotional crises she was having. She talked to her about how terrible it was that “Virginia was so headstrong, so unmoved by any kind of punishment” that she, my mother, needed to take me to some “proper help” which she defined to my mother as someone who could break me of those bad habits. I kid you not, that’s what she said to my mother, and she then specifically referred me to Dr. Wilson’s Child Psychiatry Clinic!

So, that’s how I got referred for this special testing.

All medical students had to do a year of psychiatry with Dr. Wilson. As I mentioned earlier, my father had started at Duke Medical School in 1967, and I believe he had to do his year of ‘psych’, as they called it, right around this time.

This is what my father wrote about Dr. Wilson to me:

Note: R/Sing is a scientology term, it stands for rockslam which is a reaction of the needle on an e-meter, usually when someone is thinking/feeling decidedly evil thoughts and intentions.

The head of Psychiatry then was Dr Wilson, famous (or infamous) for saying all the “talk stuff”, counselling etc. didn’t work. The only thing that worked was ECT (Electroconvulsive Treatment) i.e Shock–hook ’em up to the wall outlet!!!  When he looked at me in conference I got that trembly feeling in the stomach that you feel when someone is R/S-ing at you.

Err Umm. Yea. But hey, Dr. Wilson’s secret demon-purging stuff he was doing, now that is right up there with ECT, right? I plan to fill my father in on just how right he was about feeling extreme creep factor around Dr. Wilson.

I think it was actually Dr. Wilson that I first met with.

The ‘intake assessment’ meeting was utterly terrifying, so much so that my body was literally shaking in terror and very close to completely losing control of certain bodily functions, once in his presence. “I”, the real me, had to kick in, because I am, among other things, a warrior, and this called for it.

I could SEE the utter evil this man was involved in, could literally HEAR the screams and moans of all those helpless people he had done such terrible things to. It was like all the tortures of the pits of hell had come to life right before me – that’s how bad it was.

All this without any foreknowledge or physical ‘proof’ whatsoever

Want to know one of the things he was particularly questioning me about? Did I have any magical abilities.


Yea. Exactly.

So, like I said, I got my warrior on, which in this case means I took control of the body and worked the guy – slavemasters are easy when you’re experienced in dealing with them – they always fall for what they want to see.

I needed to, if nothing else, specifically get him off the one point that would have probably had me sent to the telepathy/ESP testing lab. You know, where they were drugging and electro-shocking children to study their psi-abilities.

I succeeded.

I never saw the guy again, probably in part due to the fact that my father specifically threatened the guy with dire consequences should anything like what my father had seen done to people during his year of psychiatry, be done with me.

My ‘case’ was assigned to Dr. Gerald L. Brown – who was Dr. Wilson’s assistant for residents in psychiatry there at Duke in 1969. Brown was specifically listed in the Aesculapian as:

Staff investigator, unit of childhood mental illness, biological psychiatry branch, NIMH, Bethesda

This is him –


It’s his name that’s mostly in my files (and my mother, who he was also “counselling”).

I found that I’m actually pictured in one of the Aesculapian year-books, the 1970 one on page 104, and you can see that this ‘connection’ to the evil there at Duke, is already definitely taking its toll on our family. My father is barely recognizable. Wow.


I basically spent two years of my life once a week or so, having to be psychoanalyzed while I drew pictures and played with the doll house.

But still, just even having to go to that place where Dr. Wilson and his buddies were shocking and drugging people who didn’t deserve it and secretly performing exorcisms on them, I literally had to be dragged there kicking and screaming and crying.

That’s how horrible that place was, and I doubt I’m the only person who noticed that.

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I hope that this library article may now help more people become willing to come forward with their experiences.

Thank you for reading.

The returning good sense of our country threatens abortion to their hopes, & they [referring to the British and Vatican slavemasters] believe that any portion of power confided to me, will be exerted in opposition to their schemes. And they believe rightly; for I have sworn upon the altar of god eternal hostility against every form of tyranny over the mind of man. But this is all they have to fear from me: and enough, too, in their opinion.

– Thomas Jefferson, Jefferson Cyclopedia

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  1. Duke University Aesculapian 1968

2. Biography of Wilson

3. Central Intelligence Agency 1951, March 19 Subject: Special Interrogation Program. National Security Archive.– 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 (www.interscience.wiley.com). DOI 10.1002/jhbs.20271 © 2007 Wiley Periodicals, Inc.


5. Korea, Science and the State by Daniel J. Kevles, prepared for a congerence on the History of Big Science,Stanford University,August 25-27, 1988; Humanities working paper 134, July 1988, Caltech.

6. Opinion of Mr. George Cooper, Q.C., on funding by the Canadian government institute Allan Memorial in the years 1950 and 1960, Ottawa, Supply and Services Canada, 1986; attachment 21, minutes of June 1, 1951 meeting with British intelligence and CIA in attendance.

7. PDF – Ewen Cameron Speech Oct 20 1952 – Social Engineering

8. Journey into Madness by Gordon Thomas, page 178 etc.

9. Untitled Project ARTICHOKE document, found on Black Vault’s MKULTRA archives disk 1, folder 144862, images #1 and #3. These scanned images of declassified MKUltra documents are all also available at the Internet Archive using the same numbering system.

10. From – GENERAL COUNSEL FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE; date September 20, 1977; Title: MEMORANDUM FOR THE SECRETARY OF DEFENSE, SUBJECT: Experimentation Programs conducted by the Department of Defense That Had CIA Sponsorship or Participation and That Involved the Administration to Human Subjects of Drugs Intended for Mind-control or Behavior modification Purposes; p.10

11. D.O. Hebb, “The Role of Experience.” Man and Civilization: Control of the Mind: A Symposium edited by Seymour M. Farber and W.H.L. Wilson, as originally cited in Virginia McClaughry post: What kind of freedom are we allowed to have; which in turn cites from – Biological testing involving human subjects by the Department of Defense, 1977: hearings before the Subcommittee on Health and Scientific Research of the Committee on Human Resources, United States Senate, Ninety-fifth Congress, First Session on Examination of Serious Deficiencies in the Defense Department’s efforts to protect the Human Subjects of Drug Research, March 8 and May 23, 1977.

12. page 26 of Individual Rights and the Federal Role in Behavior Modification; A Study Prepared by the Staff of the Subcommittee on Constitutional Rights of the Committee on the Judiciary, United States Senate, Ninety-Third Congress, Second Session; published November 1974; 655 pages. – found at Black Vault’s MKULTRA archives.

13. THE DISTRIBUTION OF PSI Brian Millar, University of Utrecht (Original publication: European Journal of Parapsychology, 1979, Volume 3, pp. 78-110

14. PDF Changing Images of Man – Stanford Research Institute, Willis Harman, 1974

15. Hidden Tragedy article

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

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

18. Man and International Relations: Contributions of the Social Sciences to the Study of Conflict and Integration by J. K. Zawodny, Volume II : Integration, section A: Personality Integration, chapter 1 Love, pps. 10, 11, Karl Menninger on sexual abuse of children.

19. April 1964 Volume 16, Issue 4, Pages 321–328 Thyroid hormone and brain function The EEG in hyperthyroidism with observations on the effect of age, sex, and reserpine in the production of abnormalities;Departments of Psychiatry and Medicine, University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston, Texas U.S.A.; by W.P. Wilson, M.D., Associate Professor of Psychiatry and Director of Psychiatric Research. Present address: Box 3355, Duke University Medical Center, Durham, N.C. (U.S.A.) and J.E. Johnson, M.D.Assistant Professor of Medicine; (Resubmitted: May 9, 1963) DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/0013-4694(64)90065-3

20. Paranthropology Journal Article Steve Abrams Psychedelic Trickster by David Luke 2013

21. Society for Biological Psychiatry publication of 1966/1967

22. The Hidden Tragedy of the CIA’s Experiments on Children, by: H.P. Albarelli Jr. and Dr. Jeffrey S. Kaye, Wednesday 11 August 2010


24. Wilson Obituary, September 18, 2013

25. THE DISTRIBUTION OF PSI Brian Millar, University of Utrecht (Original publication: European Journal of Parapsychology, 1979, Volume 3, pp. 78-110

26. Thomas Ban interviewed by William Bunney, 2007 – PDF

27. Catholic Catechism continued – Part one The Profession of Faith; Section two The Profession of the Christian Faith; Chapter One I believe in God the Father; Article I “I believe in god the father almighty, creator of heaven and earth”; Paragraph 7. the Fall

28. PDF – kraepelin 1912 book

29. American Exorcism: Expelling Demons in the Land of Plenty by Michael W. Cuneo, published October 2002; excerpts posted by Julia Marks on October 18, 2014

30. PDF – Google’s cached version of William P. Wilson, Grief 2006, talking about his performing exorcisms with a Jesuit

31. Francis McNutt biography – retrieved June 26, 2016.

32. Excerpts from Parker’s book Battling the Occult are courtesy of an article by Kerr Cuhulain, the Wiccan name of Detective Constable Charles Ennis, Surrey, British Columbia

33. Ex-scientologist Jon Atack –  TheHoleDoesNotExist

34. Manuscript on Demonization & Deliverance by William P. Wilson, M. D. Professor Emeritus of Psychiatry Duke University Medical Center Durham, N. C.; Director, Institute of Christian Growth Box 2357 Burlington, N. C. 27216-2347

35. Religion and Anxiety, Schizophrenia and Psychoses – 2011

36. Cooper Report – Opinion of George Cooper, Q.C., Regarding Canadian Government Funding of the Allan Memorial Institute in the 1950’s and 1960’s. Opinion released with the authorization of the Honourable John c. Crosbie, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, May 1986. Originally transmitted to MciNNES COOPER & ROBERTSON BARRISTERS A SOLICITORS – March 7, 1986. See PDF of the report at the Internet Archive.