by Mary W Maxwell
Readers of Gumshoe are familiar with what we have been calling “The Fodder Note.” Cherri Bonney found it on the Internet. It’s an undated and unsigned page of commentary on Martin Bryant, written long before the Port Arthur massacre. It seems to have been written by someone who knows the ropes of the MK-ultra program but who does not approve of doing these things. I’ll get to the Bryant situation below.
Recently, thanks no doubt to the fact that Fiona Barnett has revealed too much about The Powers That Be, there is a new re-hashing of the False Memory gig. This was a CIA-media effort in the 1990s to tell the public that the stories being told by abused children are not true but were “planted in the kid by well-meaning therapists.” Oh my. So allow me to present a 3-part series putting paid to that ugly claim. In this part we look only at Martin Bryant. I’m making a guess that he was a victim of the Deep Sleep program in Australia.
A bad doctor named Harry Bailey ran the Chelmsford Hospital, a private clinic, in Sydney. His harming of many people led to the holding of a Royal Commission. Its final report focussed on Bailey’s unethical sexual behaviour with patients, and did not make criminal findings about his use of the Deep Sleep method.
So what was the Deep Sleep? It was a CIA experiment in how to grasp a person’s mind so completely that they would lose all his or her memories. Pretty amazing, huh? The person might even lose functions such as walking. The instigator, or at least the first practitioner we know about, was Ewen Cameron (1901-1967), a Scottish doctor at the Allen Memorial Hospital in Montreal. He pretended to use this technique as psychiatric therapy.
The One and Only Lawsuit
One of the famous slip-ups in covert work occurred when Cameron accepted a patient a lady who was married to a member of Canada’s parliament. She, Valerie Orkilow, had a post-natal depression. He gave her the full Deep Sleep treatment. It included electroshock, sleep deprivation, and “psychic driving.” This involved playing tapes into her brain nonstop, with repeated messages, possibly about her lack of worth.
Mrs Orkilow later sued the CIA in Canadian court and won a settlement. The judge then invited other persons to come forward if they had suffered similarly. (This indicates that Canada was at that time not fully under control as was the US.) Many claims were paid out.
My Credentials (Or Lack Thereof) and Ellen Lachter
I do not have credentials entitling me to say that Martin Bryant had Deep Sleep. But I think I can recognize a likelihood of it, based on a combining of The Fodder Note and what is now known about the Three Stages of the above-mentioned treatment.
A Gumshoe friend sent me a list of types of mind control, composed by Ellen Lachter, PhD a therapist/psychologist who has had much experience with victims of mind control. Her article is called “End Ritual Abuse.” It was published 10 years ago. (In it she credited the website Ulster.net, but it no longer exists.) Her list has 12 different types of mind control. She calls one of them “Psychic Driving.” I lump it into the category of Deep Sleep. That’s what Ewen Cameron called it in Canada, and Harry Bailey at Chelmsford also called it Deep Sleep. I quote Lachter:
Electroshock, according to Dr. Cameron’s protocol would do the following (Emery, 1977):
- First Stage: In the First Stage of electroshock amnesia, the subject loses much of her recent memory, “yet she still knew where she was, why she was there, and who the people were who treated her.” (J. Marks, 1979, p. 135). That is called keeping your “space-time image.” The subject knows where she is, why she is there, and recognizes familiar faces. Names are harder.
- Second Stage: In the Second Electroshock Amnesia Stage, the subject loses that space-time image and is aware of the loss. That awareness causes extreme anxiety. The subject wants to remember. At his stage the subject asks repeatedly, ‘Where am I?’, ‘How did I get here?’, ‘What am I here for?’
- Third Stage: In this final stage, the subject becomes bizarrely calm. All the previous anxiety is gone. At this point the patient was moved back to their room where a speakerphone had been placed under their pillow, a tape recorder with a continuous loop played repeating the same command over and over again. While in this state, patients showed incontinence of both urine and feces.
Much of these inhumane “treatments” appear to have originated 50 years earlier in Pavlov’s abusive experiments with dogs. [emphasis added]
I hadn’t realized that the Cameron business had been analysed to the point where we knew about separate stages –although it’s 40 years since Dr Emery actually published his work (the 1977 comments, that Ellen Lachter paraphrased above).
You can imagine my surprise when reading it today. I immediately heard bells go off in regard to what was said about Martin Bryant when he was approximately 21 years old.
Fasten seat belts, please, and read this part of The Fodder Note. We gave it that name (for a show at the Adelaide Fringe) to reflect the outrageous fact that a young Martin Bryant is referred to in the note as “child fodder.” You know, like soldiers are cannon fodder; some children are fodder of these mind-control experiments!
Quoting The Fodder Note
Anonymous in South Australia said this around 1988:
Martin Bryant “randomly picked” as secret services “child fodder”, meeting 1988 Unley, South Australia, at his handlers’ orders, chaperoned by [redacted] who introduced him as a ‘cook’, he wants to kill people and tried to paint him as worthless and disposable. He showed no sign of mental incapacity, psychiatric condition, retardation or PHTs. His body language indicated apprehension.
We established that he had been drugged unconscious for the trip from Tasmania, following the usual – expressly forbidden – practice and injected with the usual antidote immediately before being ushered into our office.
[If anyone knows what forbidden practice is being referred to there, please let Gumshoe know.]
[Martin] obviously was bewildered by the strange environment. We tried to allay his fears. His verbal communication was understandably reticent but his body language quickly indicated a trusting, open nature.
Specifically questioned on the allegations of wanting to kill people, Mr Bryant was coherent, clearly denied, showed fear… [about] what was reproached him. We ascertained unreservedly that he was sincere, peaceful … in a word ‘normal’ and probably not PHT’d (yet). We offered protection… but his handlers immediately rushed in and whisked him away.
[Possibly PHT means post-hypnotic trance, not sure.]
A few weeks later he was again brought to us. He could not walk unaided. He had clearly been severely electroshocked and overdosed on neuroleptics, displaying an absent gaze, with an attention span of five seconds or less, constantly stooping head …. He was unable to recognize the interviewer, had lack of muscle coordination (e.g., inability to close mouth and control flow of saliva), and symptoms congruent with very heavy dosage of benzodiazepines. He had some uncontrollable jerking of limbs and body rigidity.
His handlers [said] in his presence, and in very menacing tones, that they had “done it”, that he was “gone”, that they would kill him, and that we should take as proof of his worthlessness the state he was in and the symptoms which they declared to be epilepsy!
I now compare the patient, Martin Bryant, to Dr Emery’s 1977 description of the stages of “Psychic Driving” or Deep Sleep.
“Martin was bewildered by his environment”. This fits Stage Two. I repeat the Emery Stage 1 and 2 here:
First Stage: In the First Stage of electroshock amnesia, the subject loses much of her recent memory, “yet she still knew where she was, why she was there, and who the people were who treated her.” That is called keeping your “space-time image.” The subject knows where she is, why she is there, and recognizes familiar faces. Names are harder.
Second Stage: In the Second Electroshock Amnesia Stage, the subject loses that space-time image and is aware of the loss. That awareness causes extreme anxiety. The subject wants to remember. At his stage the subject asks repeatedly, ‘Where am I?’, ‘How did I get here?’, ‘What am I here for?’
As I said, I have no credentials in the psychology field. Maybe I am wrong about this. But a Gumshoe reader mentioned a while ago that Bryant may indeed have been a Harry Bailey patient. We do know that in his adolescence Bryant was a patient of the Tavistock “ambassador to Australia” Eric Cunningham Dax. Dax was the founding professor of Psychiatry at University of Melbourne.
That is all I have to say about Bryant at the moment. This series is a reaction to the news that the Australian government (the media, really) is now about to “educate” the folks to the idea that kids’ accusations of abuse are a result of the implanting of false memories.
Just think if how it was a goal of Ewen Cameron to remove a person’s memories!
A Few Words about Port Arthur
Newcomers to Gumshoe may be unaware of who Martin Bryant is. He is, as just indicated, one of the many victims in this world of the CIA’s MK-Ultra program. And how is it that the CIA, or the Tavistock doctors in England, can get away with doing these mind-control activities that involve the ruining of lives, such as Martin Bryant’s life?? Because we let them, especially by declining to believe the whistle blowers.
Martin Bryant never blew the whistle. He was selected to be the “gunman” of a massacre in Tasmania, in which 35 people were killed. He did not actually do it, but who cared? The media presented Australia with a complete story about how Martin had done the massacre and that was that. He is now in his 21st year of incarceration. For supposedly killing 35 people he has been given 35 life sentences.
It makes sense to me that the killer should be punished like that and of course I would like to see the killer identified and apprehended. As of now, there’s plenty of evidence to exonerate Bryant from crime, but our “Deep State” (or as I prefer to say, World Government) blatantly defies every move towards the truth.
It must be that the politicians of Tasmania feel great protection from some hidden source – they don’t appear nervous about getting caught. Please see my recent article, “The Port Arthur Version of Who Killed Cock Robin.” And it’s the same with members of Commonwealth parliament. No amount of exposure of the real goings on at the 1996 Port Arthur massacre has been seen to have caused a blush or a nervous twinge in any of them.
If we can pin down how this “assurance” works, we will have a good chance of squelching it.
–Mary W Maxwell is the author of Deliverance! (2017), which combines information about Pizzagate with some of the findings of Australia’s ongoing Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse