Trigger warning: this post contains graphic descriptions of programming and methods
Assassin Training (ages 2-4)
The early assassin training is continued during the second year of life. The parts that will do physical assassinations are taught to wring the necks of kittens and other small animals.
During the second half of this year the toddler will undergo the extremely cruel training to kill that Mengele developed. The child will be placed in a cage with other children the same age (there are thirteen cages in all, with six on the bottom, four in the middle, two above and one at the very top.
The children in the bottom six cages undergo terrible abuse. The children above urinate and defecate on them, since they are at the bottom. They are also painfully raped frequently, and are not given any food or water. It is a type of “hell” for a small child. Once a day the toddler is taken out, and a kitten is placed in front of them. Mengele then would give the order, “Papa says ‘Kill’”. They are expected to instantly snap the neck. If there is the slightest hesitation, or the child refuses, they are placed back in the bottom row of cages, where the terrible deprivation and abuse occur.
The next day, the child is given another chance. The children that survive learn to instantly and without thinking obey the order. If they do, then Mengele would hold the child in his lap; tell them what a good job they did, and give them a treat.
After two weeks, the child will be either on the top two rows, or dead. By then, Mengele would spend significant time praising the child, bonding with them, for doing such a “good job.” The animals to be killed were placed in the center of a red circle, and they become bigger. Finally, a small infant is placed in the center of the red circle, the child is given a knife, and the command is given. If the child refuses, they are placed back in the bottom row of cages, and the training begins all over again until they obey or die.
This is a primary assassin code: “Papa says kill” and is used by all Jesuit Fathers and top trainers as well.
Traveling the Dimensions
As part of their mage training, the toddler is taught to begin to travel in the spiritual realm. Before age 24 months, they will have learned to travel to the First Dimension. Dimensional travel usually involves theta parts which have never had contact with the outside world other than during their first creation in a black room. These parts are taught to leave the body through the application of intense torture (electroshock, burning, skin peeling, cutting with razors, beating, flagellation, smothering, heart stoppage, freezing, burning or other types of trauma).
The First Dimension
Once the part can leave the body, they are accompanied by an older spiritual mentor, who travels with them to the first dimension. This dimension is described in the Alice in Wonderland books (Lewis Carroll was an infamous occultist, and his books actually describe the demonic realms). In the first dimension, plants and flowers talk, and the young child is fascinated by the seeming beauty of the landscape at first glance. They are initially unaware of the dangers, but quickly learn: the flowers will try and grab the child and hold the child against their will; or will beat upon or even try to bite the child. Oversized bees and insects also come, and can cause great pain.
The child traveling will cry out for help, and will be “rescued” by their spiritual mentor, who will take them back to Gaia (the physical world we inhabit here; that is the name for this dimension).
The controllers for the First dimension are a large cat (the “Cheshire cat” in the Alice books);a large, demonic caterpillar that can sting with ferocity, and the white rabbit. These beings are actually demons that have been trapped in the dimension; they cannot leave it, but try to entice humans to visit them in order to ensnare their souls.
The Second Dimension
The second dimension is fire, and is inhabited by Vulcan. It is very hot, and the dimension is much like entering into an underworld with hot lava streams and fires. The child and their mentor travels, enduring being chased by fire lizards and other creatures, until they meet up with Vulcan.
The other dimensions include:
- a dimension of extreme cold and ice, overseen by a demonic “ice queen”
- a “reverse world” where everything is reversed, causing extreme disorientation
- an underwater dimension overseen by neptune
- a dimension of extreme dark and nightmares, overseen by Charymedes (god of insanity and chaos) with harpies that chase the child and attempt to kill them:
- a dimension (the 12th) of electricity charges, overseen by Electra
Each being that rules a dimension will always ask for a sacrifice of some kind from the child, in order for the child to be allowed to return to Gaia. At first, the sacrifices might be “the screams of someone being tortured” or for the child to undergo torture themselves. As the child goes to the higher dimensions, with worlds inhabited by beings such as Charymedes, the sacrifices become much more difficult, and can include betraying the person the child loves most, or killing someone the child cares for, including their spiritual mentor(s).
Traveling the dimensions is considered a primary part of mage training; a mage does not become an ascended master until they have traveled to the 12th dimension, or the 13th (travel to these dimensions involves being put to death for several minutes).
Helping the survivor
The early childhood traumas will be very difficult for the presentation to accept, especially because of the deep denial and guilt that will be programmed in. If the survivor does begin to recover these memories, their punishment programming will immediately begin kicking in (see following section for further details).
Jesuits are always international, highly trained assassins and information gatherers, and the grieving will be tremendous. This is when they will need outside support, to vent the anger and grieving over the abuse and manipulations, and to hear that the Lord can forgive what they were forced to do from a very young age.
The survivor may cry out as Jeremiah did, “Why did I come forth from the womb to see labor and sorrow, That my days should be consumed with shame?:( Jer.20:18). It can help them to understand that the Lord really does understand their grieving and pain, that He took that on the cross for them, and paid the price for every death they were forced to participate in.
It can help the presentation to remind them that when they came to Jesus, while THEY were unaware of the back parts and their deeds, Jesus knew all along – and forgave them, too; that this information doesn’t surprise Him. His love doesn’t change just because the survivor remembers what they formerly didn’t.
As they attempt to break bonds with their early abusers, they will run headlong into feelings of abandonment and being alone, which are meant to prevent their fully leaving. Leaving will mean giving up all of their deepest unconscious relationships, the ones formed during these earliest (amnesic) years that have been wiped out from conscious memory.
It can help the survivor to understand that the Lord can fill their attachment pain, and stand in the place of father and mother to these young parts:
Ps.68:5. “A father of the fatherless, a defender of widows, is God in His holy habitation.”
Isaiah 66:13. “As one whom his mother comforts, So I will comfort you; And you shall be comforted in Jerusalem.”
It can be difficult for the presentation that came into therapy to realize that THEY are not the true “host” (which is placed behind an amnesic barrier). The real “host” the first three years of life will be Jesuit, will have a Jesuit name, and will carry the memories of the first three years that are wiped out when the child undergoes amnesia programming at age three prior to being placed within their host families.
The child at that age will have agreed willingly to forget the Fathers that they love in order to protect them; the presentation must be able to grieve this loss of their early childhood memories, and supported in dealing with the very painful betrayals and loyalty programming that will come up if the true host does ever present in therapy.
D. Punisher Training
An important part of a Jesuit system is the punishers. These punishers are modeled after people and spiritual beings the infant and child have seen portrayed by actors and in VR from earliest infancy. The beings (actirs) come to the infant’s crib, talk to him or her, and tie themselves to the infant with a slender cord, as they teach the infant how the being talks and acts. This becomes internalized, along with the demonic spirit they impart.
The head of the punishment systems for Jesuits are in several layers. In the false Christian layer, these will include a false Jesus (head punisher), a false God, and a false Holy spirit. These parts, who are actually sabotagers and punishers, explain why the presentation can be very “Christian” and yet not be actually listening to the Christian God; instead, their conscience, which is Jesuit-trained, will believe that they must obey “God” and they may be completely misled into actually obeying the group and its directives and feel extremely guilty and even think they will “go to hell” if they disobey.
They will not know that these are Jesuit directives, however; they will believe that “God” is “telling them to stay with their husband (handler)” or that they must “honor their Father and Mother (cult parents)”, etc. They will feel very “Christian” and “peaceful” when they obey these directives, and feel guilt, confusion and anxiety when they disobey, until the programming is broken and they can differentiate between the Lord and the false god placed within.
Core Level punishers will include Vulcan and Prometheus, and the main reprogramming system will be named Saturn (due to the numerous rings and levels of the punishments).
Internal Hell Punishment
The foundation of a Jesuit punishment system will be the deeply ingrained belief, from the core outwards, that the systems must not be allowed to descend and thus enter into the punishments of “hell.” Since earliest infancy, and deep into the subconscious and unconscious, this fear of descending (through disobedience to the order’s directives, or to the pantheon) is inculcated. All core controllers for all systems will unconsciously believe that the punishments are “good” since they are keeping the systems and core from “going to hell” or descending into a mortal state. The pain of the programming (re-experiencing) is seen as “proof” that the systems are descending, since ascended systems “do not feel pain” in the programming scripts.
This will be translated in the presentation into a deep fear of angering God, and an unusual ability to “hear from the Lord” and “hear His direction” which is actually listening to the false god planted inside in order to prevent experiencing the excruciating pain that will result if they disobey. The presentation may experience severe guilt at the thought of the smallest infraction, or fear going to hell for even slight errors, due to the unconscious pain of this programming.
Vulcan is the primary core level punisher, and has an anvil that is used to literally pound the primary system core splits with (ensuring that the resulting pain and trauma go throughout the system being punished). If he fails in his duty, a large black bird swoops down on him, tearing out his liver and entrails and eats them. This is based upon primary infant traumas that involve the Jesuit Fathers bringing a bird into the infant’s crib, and allowing its talons to tear at the infant. The traumatized infant retains this memory, which is built upon over the years.
Often this is reinforced with virtual reality, with a highly realistic predatory bird swooping down and piercing the bowels. Physical needles and knives are used for the initial traumatic pain, which is accessed and re-experienced over the years.
Vulcan is taught to punish the systems, and even the core, for severe disobedience and/or betrayal. The worst type of disobedience includes failure to maintain contact with the Fathers or their representatives, and trying to leave the Order. To the Jesuits, an individual attempting to leave is considered a traitor of the highest degree. They are actually considered “insane” since only insanity, to their thinking, could cause a person to take the path to descension, feeling the body and mortality, and giving up what they consider “godhood” and choosing to “go to hell.” The members of the Order literally believe that the person choosing to leave is straight on the path to hell, and they will do anything to try and “save” them from this path.
This “salvation” can and will include extreme torture and reprogramming, in order to put the person “back on the right path.” They believe that these measures are needed to bring the person to their “senses.”
Helping the Survivor
The internal punishers and master controllers will also hold these beliefs, unless they can be reached and worked with. They will torture the person into literal insanity and/or death, believing that they are “helping” to “redeem” the “errant” person.
The hell punishers and system punishers themselves will be in agreement with the tortures, since as a child, they were taught to punish severely “traitors” and those who “disobeyed” with these same tortures. They internalized the beliefs of the Jesuit Fathers, and so were in agreement with inflicting this type of pain upon others, first externally, and then internally. They believe they are doing a “good” thing.
As the survivor remembers doing these things, they will feel immense guilt, and believe that they “deserve” these punishments because of what an “evil” person they are. They must be shown that Yeshua paid the full price for their sins, and that they and their systems can never do restitution for their deeds. This can help to break the cycle of guilt, penance and pain that has been set up since infancy.
Meditation on scriptures regarding forgiveness, the love of God, and listening to worship music that underscores the forgiving heart of God can be helpful in understanding this, since music can reach the “right brain” and bypass the faulty logic the Jesuits installed.
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