There are many, many examples of such secrecy setups, from being buried alive for a day, and the child being told that they will be buried forever if they ever tell (the child is also forced to watch the burial of a child who “told” and several days later help exhume the corpse, as a visual reminder of what can happen); to being buried in a casket filled with bugs, a rotten corpse, or other objects.
The child may be placed in a box with bees that sting them (after going through several weeks of anti-venom therapy previously) as a reminder that “memories hurt.”
They are also forced to view the deaths of “traitors” who betrayed the fathers, including crucifixions (the class is marched every three hours past the three crosses for three days to watch the effect on the dying men); and the torture of others who remembered and “told.”
Alice in Wonderland Programming
By age five, the child will be taken to a large estate in France for Alice in Wonderland programming. This is an elaborate setup, and occurs over the period of a week. The child enters through rooms that reinforce previous training (“control the children: is recorded and replayed, with pictures of dead children displayed on the walls of the room; mirrors, “remember the flowers” and other triggers). They then enter a “backward world” where everything is backwards (much like the third dimension; this prepares the child for this travel). Alice (representing the presentation main controller who is heavily demonized) guides the child through backwards houses, where people walk and talk backwards (a common cause of childhood dyslexia is the confusion this creates).
They are then taken to a setup street where things are not backwards, but “crooked” or off slightly, which is even more disorienting. The child must walk with Alice through houses where things are insanely wrong, where people talk nonsense, and the floors and roofs may be upside down, to teach the child not to trust reality.
Alice then brings the child at last to a place where they see the white rabbit, and follow him “down the hole” (representing amnesia) to a room where the presentation stays behind, watching a movie (screen memories); the back parts then take the child’s body through the rest of the setup. They enter a garden with animated/demonic flowers that at first talk kindly to the child, but later turn on the child and attack them. Wasps come and sting the child, and the large caterpillar (the guardian of the garden) tells the child what to do, and how to escape.
The child then enters a huge maze created from hedges. Soon, they are pursued by the “Jabberwocky” (a demonic presence), and must rely upon their theta skills to run and escape, and even leave the body and fly away. The white rabbit and Alice lead the child to safety, but at times will try to “trick” the child until the child learns to rely on themself instead of these capricious demonic “helpers.”
The child sleeps outdoors, trying to get out of the hedge, and runs across the queen of hearts and her court playing croquet (with the severed heads of human children used as the balls). The queen becomes very interested in using the child’s head (the child is constantly called “Alice” throughout the setup, to represent the presentations, since Alice in Wonderland is ultimately presentation programming to remain amnesic and rely on demonic help to do so).
The demonic “Alice” and cheshire cat help “rescue” the child, who then goes through the “valley of the shadow of death.” In the middle is a cottage; it is now nightime, and the weary child knocks at the door, to be greeted by a kindly woman. The child is fed, sleeps, and is warned to avoid the Jabberwocky, which seeks to kill the child.
During the night, the kindly woman gets up. The child is awake, vomiting from the effects of a mild poison they were given in the food. The woman calls in her familiars (wolves) and tries to kill the child, who cries out for help to “Alice” and the “Cheshire Cat” to rescue her. A mage also comes and helps rescue the child, who continues the journey, meeting other characters. Finally, the child ends up at the palace of the Queen of Hearts, who demands a sacrifice (the child was already told that the last child to complete the Alice scenarios will be her sacrifice). The children who live watch the final child come in and be sacrificed in a ritual. This reminds them to never be slow or tardy when coming to a “party” (ritual). The “parties” in the Alice in Wonderland books are always referring to rituals.
Crazy Alice Programming
A subset of the Alice in Wonderland (presenter) programming is the “Crazy Alice” programming, which is meant to warn the Alice controller over the presentation to never allow memories to come up, or they will be labled “insane” and extreme abuse will occur. This is often the root of insanity fears when a person first starts remembering their past.
In this setup (also in France), the child (now called “Alice”) is taken to a mental institution where the inmates are chained, and who rant, rave and curse at her. She is left there for days, with her only food being rancid water and rotten cabbage. The inmates hurl feces at her, verbally abuse her, and the custodians sexually abuse her while she is chained to the wall because of her “insanity” (remembering).
Because she is “sick”, and “mentally ill” Alice is taken regularly down to the basement for “treatment” which consists of electroshocks, drowning, and being held over a rat pit filled with hungry rats that are allowed to bite her feet and ankles. The child is told repeatedly that “remembering” or “telling” will have her labeled “crazy” and that she will be taken to the institution, or one similar, for “treatment.” This is part of developing the presenter amnesia and vows to never remember (or seek treatment).
Wizard of Oz Programming
This programming is also often done first during the preschool years, when the child can most easily internalize the program. The dark core (“Dorothy”) is taken to another dimension, with her goal always to return to the Emerald City (representing ascension and the celestial paradise). The programming represents travel through the dimensions, the dangers involved, and the rewards for “ascending.”
The goal of Wizard of Oz programming is to remind the child that they must always contact, or return home; and to create great fear of remembering (or, they will be placed in a coma and never wake up, unlike Dorothy in Oz, who woke up from “death” only after “returning home.”
Walt Disney was an avowed Illuminist, and his goal when creating Disney productions was to introduce the general public to the occult, especially young children, and to reinforce programming in those raised in the occult.
For instance, animals often “talk” in Disney films, and people can turn into animals, which are actually mage spells. The images are often dark and demonic in the animated movies, and have become increasingly so in recent years.
Disney’s favorite film was Fantasia, in which he took classical music that was used to program young children with, and developed highly occultic themes in the cartoons that accompany it. To the untrained eye, Fantasia seems a bit odd; but the individual in the occult understands that the themes of a mage in training (“the sorceror’s assistant) who must turn to his more powerful mentor for help, and the Greek pantheon (in the famous rain sequence), mythology and even the depiction of an occultic ritual and then the famous strains of ave maria (a Jesuit programming tune) end the film.
Fantasia is blatant occultic imagery throughout, and was used extensively in the 1950s through 1970s to program individuals with. It was superseded in recent years by movies such as the Matrix, which depicts high-level programming, Labyrinth, and others.
Helping the Survivor
Because of the early and repeated childhood betrayals, and the fact that the true host and core and core splits will not present early in therapy, the survivor will be very untrusting, and unable to bond normally with, anyone who tries to help them. The most common presentation is “detached”, since the parts that can attach are hidden very deeply within and are reserved for the Jesuit Fathers only.
While the survivor will not at first present as “needy”, the attachment needs are still there, and will drive recontact programming unless the survivor can learn to form healthy, safe attachments. This will be the challenge for both the survivor, and their helpers, since the wounded, angry parts within will often test those they do bond with again and again, once they feel safe within the relationship.
Theta and spiritual attacks are difficult to bear for helpers, but the survivor will be completely unaware that they are occurring. Gently asking, or even confronting, the survivor with what is happening can help. They will need to learn to pray, and ask inside, to find out what is happening with the parts that they are not co-conscious with yet.
Once co-consciousness is established, and the parts come to Christ and the demonic is renounced, the warfare will usually diminish, much to the relief of the survivor and their helpers.
It will take all of the emotional resources the survivor has, as well as outside support, and a strong walk with Yeshua, to face the original attachment pains, that will go throughout early childhood, infancy and prenatally. This is when praying in the spirit, scripture study, journaling and talking with safe support can help tremendously as the survivor grieves the past, and begins to build a life based upon a new foundation.
Often, Jesuit survivors have never known, or have had very limited contact with, anyone outside of the cult setting until they make the choice to break free. They are literally surrounded from conception on by members of the Order, with their life’s work, friendships, host families and marriages all mapped out early on. Their close friends will all be members; their spouses are always members, since they arrange the marriages; and their families are also Jesuits or members of one of the 12 societies.
The jobs they have held will often be at “cult” corporations, with bosses and peers all members. Nothing in the survivor’s environment was “left to chance” which is why breaking free is truly a miracle. The person who helps the survivor will often be their first non-Jesuit friend, and it will take time for them to learn to interact in “normal” or non-cult ways.
They will grieve tremendously at giving up their relationships with friends, family, mentors and the Fathers, in spite of the abuse, since this is the only “love” they have ever experienced, and this “love” (trauma bonding) allowed them to psychologically survive childhood. As terrible as the Jesuit Fathers were, they were the only consistent emotional bonds the child was allowed, and so the bonding is strong indeed, as well as the desire to “protect” these loved ones through either loyalty, or amnesia, or both.
The survivor who fears facing their past is one who fears betraying those they love; they are often “held hostage” through the group’s control of or threatening to harm someone they love, whether a child, a mentee, a cult twin, or another relationship. To break free, the survivor must be shown, and truly believe, that only the LORD can rescue and keep safe these loved ones.
They must also be willing to count the cost of getting out, which is very high: no contact at all with former family, friends or loved ones, since they will all have been programmed to access the survivor. Few are willing to pay this price for freedom, and it is often the unconscious (unknown) love bonds that draw the survivor back in.
It can help the survivor to understand the true cost of discipleship:
“If anyone comes to Me and does not hate his father and mother, wife and children, brothers and sisters, yes, and his own life also, he cannot be My disciple.
Even more helpful is the LORD’s promise of blessing to those that do choose to pay this price:
And everyone who has left houses or brothers or sisters or father or mother or wife or children or lands, for My name’s sake, shall receive a hundredfold, and inherit eternal life
It can help the survivor who grieves the loss of every love relationship they have ever known, to understand that by coming into God’s kingdom, they have actually gained a whole new, safe family:
Mark 3:34, 35
And He looked around in a circle at those who sat about Him, and said, “Here are My mother and My brothers. For whoever does the will of God is My brother and My sister and mother.”
It is a blessing to know that Yeshua calls the survivor who gets out His brother or sister; and to know that they inherit eternal life.
H. Middle Childhood: Ages 5 – 11
All Jesuits undergo mage training. Mages are considered the “top” of the occultic hierarchy, over witches, wizards and other levels of occultism. They are adept scholars, and study the ancient Babylonian manuscripts (which describe the first contacts between man and the “gods” or “ascended masters” which are actually demonic entities), as well as the Egyptian, Roman and druidic writings.
The oldest manuscripts are considered the most reliable. A young mage is forced to memorize the oral histories and spells contained in these texts. They learn to use books that demonically “come alive” and show scenes when certain spells are cast (much more entertaining than a normal picture book to a 5-year-old). With the help of a mentor, they learn the original names of the animals, in order to call them to themselves, practicing standing in the woods and calling rabbits, deer, birds and other normally shy creatures.
They learn to take the form of an animal, often a bird, or a predator such as a wolf. While this sounds impossible, mages do these things demonically. The focus of mage craft is power and control. The young mage learns to battle in power battles, with the help of demonic forces. While young, their spiritual shielding appears red; then they progress to green, then blue, and the most powerful mages have a bright blue-white emanation, signifyiing extreme demonic ‘protection.” The child travels to the fourth dimension, which is filled with ziggurats, and engages in power battles at first beside their mentor (who protects them from being killed by malicious older mages), and then, as they grow in power, they learn to battle alone.
Mages often “pick battles” with other mages upon meeting them, to determine who is “stronger.” There is a constant positioning for power among these occultists, who have extreme pride.
The mages also learn spells for creating a light; and later, spells and curses to cause illness, death, and the cloak of invisibility, among others. Early in their training, the Fathers help the young (3-year-old) mage conduct rituals and sacrifices; later in their training, the mage does their own, or orders others to conduct them, in order to gain power. The greater the sacrifice,the greater the power, according to mage thinking.
The highest level of mage is the ascended master. This is a mage who has undergone death themselves many times, willingly, in order to ascend to the highest dimension and “learn” from the other ascended masters. This is considered the highest level attainable in the occult world.
Coming of Age Ceremony
When a Jesuit is 12 years old, they undergo their coming of age ceremony, at which time they become a full Jesuit. This ceremony is held at the Vatican for the top classes, and is done every year, as new classes “graduate.” The inner courts of the Vatican are cleared, and golden poles are erected throughout it. The public is not allowed near the Vatican for the week before or after this ceremony, and since there is always a “no fly” rule for aircraft at all times, the ceremony is highly secretive.
The first part involves going to Satan’s Throne at the heart of the Vatican, giving a sacrifice on the black alter there, descending to Satan’s throne in the spiritual realm, and being given a name by Satan himself.
A few days later, the other, more horrific ceremony occurs. Top leadership from all 12 occultic societies that serve the Vatican travel to Rome, and sit in the small coliseum in a designated area under their banner. There are banners representing the Order of the Knights Templar, The Order of the Knights of Malta, Opus Dei, Magnificat, The Order of the Rosy Cross, Trinity, the Illuminati, and the other occultic societies that are actually arms of the Vatican around the world. It is considered a great honor to be invited to this ceremony.
The Jesuit class comes out. On 1000 golden poles in the arena are tied infants, toddlers and young children, and one by one, the Jesuit trainees must slaughter them. Around the arena are golden bowls which they use to catch the blood from each victim, which is then offered to Satan. There are also golden bowls filled with wine, which the Jesuit trainees drink from when they are thirsty or emotionally overcome by the horror of what they are doing.
At the end of this ritual (called “the slaughter of the innocents”) the trainee is considered an ascended master and a full Jesuit father. From then on, they are referred to as “Father” by others, and they take off the brown robe of the acolyte and don the black robe of the full Jesuit. Due to the terrible nature of the ritual, some falter and cannot continue; they are killed by the other trainees as instructed. Most of these new Fathers undergo a period of collapse after the ceremony; they are never the same again.
This ritual is the culmination of a lifetime of training in how to slaughter others. By this time, the new Jesuit Father has slaughtered literally thousands over the course of their childhood, including assassinations and rituals participated in. The design of this type of bloodguiltiness is to create a type of insanity and the desire to never remember, which feeds the dissociation. The individual will experience a huge amount of guilt, and believe that God can never forgive them for the innocent lives they took.
Helping the Survivor
The ritual described above creates a demonic stronghold; the new Jesuit truly believes they are unforgiveable by the Christian God (after all, they took the lives of innocents), and so they embrace Satan himself, who welcomes them in this deed and even gives them honor and a high position in his army for doing it.
It takes considerable time, prayer and replacing these lies with scripture and truth to overcome the lifelong effects of participating in this ceremony. The Jesuit leaving the Order will need to hear, and believe, again and again that the Lord can forgive them for this bloodshed.
This is when sharing scriptures about forgiveness can be a lifeline, since the survivor may initially feel deep shame, and even suicidal, when the memory first comes. They may fear they are going insane (from the weight of the guilt), and will need significant emotional support to process this trauma.
This is not the time to emotionally abandon the survivor. If the therapist is going out of town, there needs to be accountability and prayer support present, and reassurance that they are forgiven (they will ask over and over again, “Can God really forgive THIS?” They will need to seek this answer from the Lord, and hear it from Him to truly believe the truth, but initially may need to hear that they are forgiven from a Christian who can represent the love of Jesus to them in the midst of their guilt and pain.
Over time, they will come to an understanding that they are forgiven, and will feel immense gratitude. It takes patience, but the Lord is faithful to show His mercy for those that have survived this type of trauma – the trauma of inflicting death upon thousands.
The Vatican has trained its operatives since the early 1960s in the use of computers, and the equipment they have available is 50 years more advanced than that used by the general public. They have classrooms within the Vatican that the children go to for training in the different areas that they will be active in. This includes extensive training in all computer languages, and “hacker” training in order to get past firewalls and access information.
They are also trainined in bookkeeping, accounting, and business systems, since the Vatican especially likes to keep itself informed about the financial operations of the organizations it works with, and who work for it. The child will spend many hours on a computer, and will learn every method of downloading and sending on information that is requested.
By age 8, the child will undergo political and diplomacy training. The child will accompany their mentor to dinners hosted by powerful political figures, and they will later be asked information, such as “who was the most important person at the dinner? How do you tell? What was the most important information shared during the dinner? Why?”
The child is taught to be charming, and to engage in conversation individuals from any walk of life; and how to gather information without the person they are conversing with being aware of this fact. They are also taught how to “listen in” on other conversations while engaged in coversation themselves.
They may undergo specialized training for placement in a politically prominent position; or they may learn how to engage politically prominent individuals, get close to them, and fulfill their mission regarding them.
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