The feast of Passover (Pesach) is from April 10-18th this year
by Mary W Maxwell
It says in Exodus 12:17, “And you shall observe the Feast of Unleavened Bread, for on this very day I brought your hosts out of the land of Egypt.” Did the Egyptian slavery of Jews ever take place? Probably not. In Haaretz.com of April 11, 2017 we find:
“Here’s a question for you: what do actor Charlton Heston, DreamWorks animation studios and Former Prime Minister Menachem Begin all have in common? Well, they’ve all, at one time or another, perpetuated the myth that the Jews built the pyramids. … Even if we take the earliest possible date for Jewish slavery that the Bible suggests, the Jews were enslaved in Egypt a good three hundred years after the 1750 B.C. completion date of the pyramids..”
Pyramids or no pyramids, it’s very good to have an annual celebration of “freedom from slavery.” Or, should I say, it’s good to be reminded at least once a year that slavery exists.
I have been re-reading what I consider the book of the century (so far!): Wendy Hoffman’s White Witch in a Black Robe. It is about her personal slavery which began in New York when she was an infant in 1943 and ended in Baltimore when she was more than 70 years old, in other words after 2013. Psychologist Alison Miller of Canada is the person who has rescued her.
Wendy Hoffman was not “trafficked” as a child slave, at least not on the sense of being sold or rented out. She was however transported to many holy places – apparently including Jerusalem and Vatican City – to participate as a “child queen” in the Illuminati. Her comings and goings involved an incredible amount of torture and personal degradation, as ways for other people to control her mind.
Crime, Crime, Crime
I will get back to her story later. The subtitle of Hoffman’s book is “A True Story of Criminal Mind Control.” It is very helpful to think of the criminality involved, as it makes it possible for us to do something about mind control.
When discussing the US government’s MK-Ultra program involving torture of children, or Australia’s experimenting with “Deep Sleep” at Chelmsford Hospital, the tendency is to be put off by the official status of the persons committing these crimes. Or to ignore the crime altogether and just chatter away about the legitimacy of covert operations.
No. The simple matter is that one person is brutalizing another and that is a crime. And slavery, too, is a crime.
Since 1995, Australia, at the Commonwealth level, has a codified criminal law, and Queensland, Tasmania, and Western Australia have adopted the Commonwealth model as their state law.
As noted by the Australian Institute of Criminology (at aic.gov.au):
“the recently enacted Crimes Legislation Amendment (Slavery, Slavery-like Conditions and People Trafficking) Act 2013 expands the existing range of offences against slavery and human trafficking by establishing new offences of forced labour, forced marriage, organ trafficking and harbouring a victim. It also extends the application of existing offences of deceptive recruiting and sexual servitude so they also apply to forms of servitude and deceptive recruiting outside the sex industry.”
That 2013 legislation now appears as Section 271 of the Criminal Code Act 1995. It is ENFORCEABLE TODAY.
In the United States, the Constitution’s 13th amendment, ratified after the Civil War, prohibits slavery. Congress also legislated some of the particulars. For instance, in 18 USC 1583 we find:
(1) kidnaps or carries away any other person, with the intent that such other person be sold into involuntary servitude, or held as a slave;… shall be fined under this title, imprisoned not more than 20 years, or both.
Britain has the Modern Slavery Act of 2015. Its Parliament has enacted specific provisions to curb slavery in factories owned by Brits abroad. Hence, as noted by icti-care.org:
“From 31 March 2016, any UK-based toy company or international toy company with a business presence in the UK, and which has a global turnover of more than £36 million per year, will be required to report annually on the steps it has taken to identify and address the risks of forced labor and trafficking in its workforce, its supply chain and the workforces of its business partners and contractors.”
Wendy Hoffman – and Her Many Fellow Sufferers
I will now attempt to report what Wendy has to say. White Witch in a Black Robe is her second book (Karnac, 2016). Her first was The Enslaved Queen (2014). By the way, she has also written a book of poetry entitled Forceps but I haven’t seen it. Bet it’s a humdinger.
Wendy has a beautiful soul. You might wonder how this is possible. Allow me to skip over particulars and make some broad statements of what was done to her. It will sound fantastic but I have spoken to at least five Americans and 2 Aussies who have had similar experiences. I believe it occurred very much in the way they say it did.
- They were “got at” as babies (in the 1940s and ’50s).
- They were given terrifying, painful experiences to make part of their mind “split off.’
- The off-splits had names and personas. Those “people” were frozen at the age in which they were produced. Thus, say, Wendy may have within her a 12-year-old boy even when she is an old lady. (A boy? Yes, they all have “people” of both sexes.)
- Those split-off people have functions to perform at the direction of the handler. When they so perform, the “front person” (the real Wendy) is unaware of it all. Yet if you were watching the performance, it would be the body of the front person doing it, of course. The splits have no “corpus.”
- The handlers are well trained in “positioning” the splits into different locations in the brain. Or at least they tell the victim that is what they are doing. “Here, I’m putting Billy near your left ear” — and then when the handler wants to call Billy up for a task he is somehow able to do so.
- Even when no handler is present, the child may have been trained to do certain tasks upon noticing a combination of three things – e.g., a certain song, a certain color, and a person saying a key phrase.
That’s all I dare list for now as I imagine you don’t believe this stuff. I am sure I would draw the line at the “splits” having their own personas and tasks – and ages! – but I have seen it.
The reason I would say that “Billy” is nonsense is that I would have thought he needed his male body and male brain to do what he is being asked to do (typically to act as a killer-soldier) but apparently one can be trained to cross-sex in that way.
The whole procedure of splitting the mind, via terror, was possibly known and used centuries ago. It results in a person being enslaved and yet not being conscious of it. You can read about it in the biographies Brice Taylor, Kathleen Sullivan, Ann Diamond and others.
The Law Again
You know me. I have no desire to just examine these things. I want them stopped. Passover is the celebration of the end of one episode of slavery. Another is the 13th amendment, or the earlier 1863 Emancipation Proclamation by president Lincoln “that all persons held as slaves [in the southern states] are, and henceforward shall be free.”
When we gonna have a celebration for the end of this horrific and oh-so-well-hidden practice of controlling people’s minds?
Probably the most important two things are taking place. Survivors like Wendy are recovering their memories – their autobiographies – and people such as me and thee are finding out about what went on. That is a big improvement over the status quo ante.
But it is easy to be saddened and overwhelmed and think you can’t do anything. Not true. I assume there are plenty of children, or new adult recruits, who are being tortured and mind-controlled. Who will help them? You can help by cracking down on the ones who are doing it.
For Americans the relevant law quoted above is 18 USC 1583 “Whoever kidnaps …with the intent that [the person] be held as a slave…shall be fined or imprisoned.”
To make that happen you have to file a complaint with police. In the past many such complaints were filed and not acted upon, as it was easy to dismiss the story as not credible. It’s no longer possible to say that the many Wendy-type stories came from the imagination. They came from real experience.
The criminal law in the three southeastern mainland states – VIC, SA, and NSW – consists of the common law plus various statutes. The law of the Commonwealth, and of the other three states and two territories, has been coordinated into a Code since 1995. I mentioned Section 271 re trafficking, but that is not the only way to clamp down on the miscreants.
In a recent article I described some of the brutality that at least 14 children suffered in The Family that was “mothered” by Anne Hamilton-Byrne in Victoria (It was a cult not a biological family.)
Wikipedia describes Hamilton-Byrne as “a charismatic yoga teacher who gathered a number of followers around her who believed that she was the incarnation of Christ.” Forget it. She was not a charismatic yoga teacher. She was performing experiments on the minds of children at he behest of someone else – probably Tavistock.
There was an exposé of the events at the Family’s property – a house called UpTop. I said this in my March 28, 2017 article:
Secrecy may have been needed as the adoption papers were not according to Hoyle. A solicitor, Peter Kibby, later said he forged some of them. It seems that some of the babies were grabbed from mothers.
In 1993 Anne and her husband Bill Byrne were extradited to Australia but no charges were brought regarding the abuse of the children. They each got fined $5000 for some sort of fraud. Bill died in 2009.
Sarah Moore (one of the 14 kids) asked, in her 1995 book:
“Why did she subject us to the bizarre and cruel regimen in which we grew up? Was it to demonstrate that she had the power to create a generation that would be reared with her beliefs and believing in her? I suspect perhaps that there were more sinister motives than these alone.”
Sarah Moore, at age 17, had escaped and reported to police that at least one child at UpTop, Cassandra, was being starved to death. So why were the Byrnes not even charged with child abuse? Plus there were many other crimes on the books in Victoria that year (1987) that could have been invoked.
What is needed is better solidarity between the survivors and the public.
Or — and I hope this is not too radical a suggestion — better solidarity between the survivors and the police.
In her book White Witch in a Black Robe, Wendy Hoffman says that she could sometimes detect (or at least guess) that in a particular city all the police were “in on it.” If that is true of a particular city in Oz, I presume there’s no hope for a cop to break out and tell. He or she will be killed.
Many probably have been killed — it’s easy to do: “shot in the line of duty.” But where there is not such utter corruption, I think there could easily be a couple of cops getting together and saying Hey, do we really want little children to be tortured?
Just think, O Cops, some day you may be the subject of a national or international celebration! A bronze bust of you may appear in the public square. You will have freed the slaves – no mean feat!
“And you shall observe the Feast of Unleavened Bread, for on this very day I brought your hosts out of the land of Egypt.”
Pass the matzoh, please.
— Mary W Maxwell has an ecumenical streak
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