20
Oct
08

The Wizard of Oz and Monarch Slave Programming

I might have seen “The Wizard of Oz” movie once or twice in my childhood. At the time, it did not register much of an impact. Years later, I saw the film synched up with Pink Floyd’s album “The Dark Side of the Moon”. The uncannily correlation between the events in the film and the album’s music and lyrics left me speechless. Now I chalk the effect up to synchromystism (an intriguing area of study touching on the Jungian theory of meaningful coincidence). As an aside, I highly recommend pairing the Pink Floyd song “Echoes” with the final segment (entitled “Jupiter and Beyond the Infinite”) from the Kubrick film “2001: A Space Odyssey”.

Fast forward a decade or so, and “The Wizard of Oz” took on a new, albeit disturbing, significance in my life. I became acquainted with the CIA MKULTRA/MONARCH program which used mind control triggering methods that employed language and symbolism from Frank Baum’s famous book.

MONARCH programming is a trauma-based form of controlling human behavior without the subject’s knowledge. As a result of ritualistic sexual abuse, human and animal sacrifice participation (blood rituals), electro-shock, and other more technologically modern techniques, the mind splits off (or dissociates) into programmable personalities separate from the core. Further conditioning involves pleasure/pain reversals, food/water/sensory deprivation, hypnotism, double-bind coercion, and the administration of drugs to the subject. The victims of this form of mind control are deployed as assassins, drug mules, prostitutes, serial murders, or agent provocateurs.

Trauma-based mind control dates back at least to the ancient Egyptians. Ritualistic methods were employed to induce trauma through torture, hypnotism, and the use of drugs to as a way to fracture the initiate’s mind creating alters (or multiple personalities). This occult practice migrated to the West and was utilized by the British Tavistock Institute and the NAZIs. This knowledge of this practice landed in the hands of the U.S. intelligence community in the 1940’s through the importation of NAZI scientists after WWII (See Operation Paperclip and the ODDESSA rat lines),

Another way of examining this convoluted victimization of body and soul is by looking at it as a complex computer program: A file (alter) is created through trauma, repetition and reinforcement. In order to activate (trigger) the file, a specific access code or password (cue or command) is required. The victim/survivor is called a “slave” by the programmer/handler, who in turn is perceived as “master” or “god.” About 75% are female, since they possess a higher tolerance for pain and tend to dissociate easier than males. Subjects are used mainly for cover operations, prostitution and pornography; involvement in the entertainment industry is notable. (Source: Project Monarch by Ron Patton)

Many MONARCH slaves are often selected from families that have engaged in multi-generational sexual and psychological abuse. Former CIA/DIA MONARCH slave Cathy O’Brien’s book Trans Formation of America went into great detail describing the different programming methods used by her government handlers to manage her alter personalities. In addition to Wizard of Oz programming, the other scripts used are: Alice in Wonderland, The Tall Book of Make Believe, Alien abduction, Island of the Blue Dolphins, and The Lesser Key.

The author of “The Wizard of Oz”, Frank Baum, was an ardent occultist and an initiate in the Theosophic Society. The fairy tale of Dorothy and her little pup was rich in esoteric knowledge and occult symbology. In the 1940’s, the story was chosen by those in the U.S. intelligence community to provide a thematic foundation for their trauma-based mind control program.

Below are a few examples of Oz programming from the book “Total Mind Controlled Slave” by Fritz Springmeier and Cisco Wheeler:

  • The close relationship between Dorothy and her dog is a very subtle connection between the satanic cults use of animals (familiars). A Monarch slave as a child will be allowed to bond with a pet. The child will want to bond with a pet anyway because people are terrifying by this point. Then the pet is killed to traumatize the child.
  • Rainbow–with its seven colors have long had an occult significance of being a great spiritual hypnotic device.
  • Dorothy is looking for a place where there is no trouble which is a place “over the rainbow.” To escape pain, alters go over the rainbow. (This is a.k.a. in Alice In Wonderland Programming as “going through the looking glass”.
  • Monarch slaves are taught to “follow the yellow brick road.” No matter what fearful things lie ahead, the Monarch slave must follow the Yellow Brick Road which is set out before them by their master.

One aspect of Oz programming is to instill a return home programming device to prevent the slave from escaping their psychological prison. Ritual abuse victim Eliana Hephzibah recalls how whenever she felt her mother’s house was unsafe, her mind would be flooded with the memory of Dorothy saying “there really is no place like home, is there?” Hephzibah attributes this to her mind control programming that prevented her from successfully operating outside of her artificial pseudo-reality. “Home is the only answer; the only place to find predictability and security.”

It is unfathomable to think that Frank Baum (or Lewis Carroll) consciously created works that would later play a central role in the abusive psychological programming of unwitting individuals. Instead, these author’s knowledge of the occult allowed them to incorporate esoteric concepts, archtypes, and symbols that are generally hidden from most, yet are prevalent in the universal psyche. The fact that their works were used for incredibly nefarious purposes should not indict the authors, or their great literary contributions to humanity.

It [The Wizard of Oz] was pure inspiration….It came to me right out of the blue. I think that sometimes the Great Author has a message to get across and He has to use the instrument at hand. I happened to be that medium, and I believe the magic key was given me to open the doors to sympathy and understanding, joy, peace and happiness ~ Frank Baum

See related:

Satanic Ritual Abuse: The McMartin Case Revisited (A post on ritual abuse involving hundreds of children in a California preschool during the 1980s)

Hypnosis in MPD: Ritual Abuse (The “Greenbaum Speech”) by Dr. Corydon Hammond discussing MONARCH programming and patient memory recovery techniques


15 Responses to “The Wizard of Oz and Monarch Slave Programming”


  1. October 21, 2008 at 2:28 pm

    Cool article; quite informative! I would think that any writing based upon fantasy and untruths are in effect a form of mind control; a way of controlling the masses, of having us think in the way the authors feel is right; whether “good” or “bad.” The Bible contains more instances of verbage written to control the mind and is far more distributed than any fictional stories to date that I am aware of. Though chalk full of wisdom; it takes the human spirit’s willingness to distinguish truths from untruths in order to benefit from the Word, or any writing, speach, or other media.

    Peace, Light and Love. . . .

  2. October 24, 2008 at 1:30 pm

    Thanks Cordie. I fully agree with your assessment on the power of fantasy and myth to manipulate our thoughts, minds, and actions. These stories are neither good nor bad in of themselves. The effect they have on people when misused by those in authority is the critical issue.

    The Bible’s perverse misuse of the salvationist/redeemer/godman mythology has led to the slaughter of millions for the “sin” of holding the wrong religious or spiritual views. When man (read: organized religion) intercedes between humankind and the creator (i.e., the great mystery, all that is, the great mind), wickedness is sure to follow.

  3. October 29, 2008 at 6:12 pm

    Interesting, Alice and Oz were central fantasy elements in my childhood, what about Star Wars and LOTR??? (or not) the idea of combining Oz and Dark Side of the Moon is interesting though?? And the Wall is a big Psycho drama as well as being a hell of a film?

  4. October 30, 2008 at 2:43 pm

    As long as we are on a Wizard theme, what the hell?

  5. January 28, 2009 at 5:50 pm

    The Bible is not fantasy, but is truth.

  6. 6 Manco
    January 29, 2009 at 1:59 pm

    The Bible is truth because Howell-Detroit said so. Case closed.

  7. 7 eduardo
    November 13, 2012 at 11:01 pm

    PART OF THAT MIND CONTROL, IS REJECTING THE BIBLE , THINKING THAT IS NONSENSE . MOST OF THAT PEOPLE , WHEN THEY SAY THINGS LIKE THE BIBLE IS FICTION A TOOL FOR CONTROL OF THE MASSES , THEY NEVER NOW FROM WHERE THEY GET THIS IDEAS…. THE REED IT SOMEWHERE ? OFTEN THERE GOOD FRIEND THE TV , DO THAT JOB FOR THEM, AND THEY DONT NOW IT AT ALL…. YOU PROBABLY NEED TO SEE SOMETHING TO WAKE UP ( http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=atxGNYrBftI ) SEE IF THIS PEOPLE DON’T BELIEVE IN THE DEVIL…. AND HOW IS THE WORST ENEMY ( JESUS ) MY FRIEND , JESUS IS GOD , AND THE DEVIL EXIST…. DONT SEE TO MUCH TV ,AND THINKING YOU NOW SOMETHING , JUST CAUSE YOU KNOW… WHY…CAUSE YOU NOW… THERE IS ALWAYS THE SAME ANSWER… I HOPE ALL PEOPLE THAT ARE IGNORANT , LIKE THE FIRST TWO , THAT ANSWER ON TOP , HAVE TIME TO CHANGE..BEFORE IS TOO LATE . AND NOW HOW JESUS IS….BEST TO YOU

  8. 8 eduardo
    November 13, 2012 at 11:09 pm

    Witches and Satanists Use the Media to Recruit

    . . .by David Benoit

    http://www.fillthevoid.org/Entertainment/14-things.html

  9. 9 eduardo
    November 13, 2012 at 11:14 pm

    SYMBOLISM BEHIND THE WIZARD OF OZ

    1. They followed the yellow brick road. Yellow is often used as a color to refer to gold. There is only one place I have ever heard about golden streets- that is Heaven. (Remember, her house did spiral northward.)

    2. This golden road led Dorothy and her friends to the Emerald City, where the all-powerful and all-knowing wizard lived. Omnipotence and omniscience are two attributes that belong only to God. They found that the all-powerful and all-knowing wizard was a fake. He was just a man that people had elevated to become a supreme being. In a world filled with agnostics who are confused about the existence of God, could this be a reference to God? See, God is all-knowing, all-powerful, and yet many would have us to believe God does not exist; that He is just an elevated person that we created to be a supreme being.

    3. The final thing to consider is the pure dose of humanism as the end result. After finding out that the wizard was a man, they found out that they had all the power inside themselves. The Tin Man really did have a heart; the Cowardly Lion really was not a coward; the Scarecrow had the ability to think the whole time; and Dorothy had the ability within herself to go home any time.

    Humanism teaches that there is no God, and that we all have the power within ourselves to succeed. There may be those who say I am making too much out of The Wizard of Oz. Witches are just make-believe. Before you make that statement, maybe you might want to read about how witches are gearing up to change your mind:

  10. 10 moi
    January 28, 2013 at 6:10 am

    I watched this again this xmass, the film took on a new meaning? Do you have a Heart? A Brain? Do you possess Courage, and where does the Path lead?……….Home wherever that may be?….Choose who you really want to be amongst all of your multiple personalities. Schizophrenia is the Human Condition and not only that we live Polarized in a Duality.

  11. 11 Geri Roberts
    January 28, 2013 at 9:09 am

    I have thought about the deeper meanings of so called “child’s” books a lot. I wonder about the Harry Potter series. I can’t help but believe that the HP books are a force for good for many reasons, foremost of which is that the Roman Catholic Church considers them a force for evil. I am in the process of writing an article about the HP books and their position in all this.

  12. January 28, 2013 at 10:24 am

    Why do we use the bible as a scare tactic? Why can’t there be freedom in God? The B-I-B-L-E is an anicent book of knowlege and parables. It puts fear in those whom are seeking a creator. I find peace knowing that it starts with me and it ends with me. With this understanding comes great responsibilty for my actions. I have no everone else to blame. I know that I came here with everything that I need, provided by my creator. There is no one greator than myself, because the creator exist inside me. So when I look in the mirror I see the existence of God. With this understand has set me free from any bondage that may exist around.

  13. January 29, 2013 at 9:29 am

    Hmm… I always thought that the Wizard of Oz was about the U.S banking system and the Federal Reserve(with pro womans right thrown in). Frank Baum was an ardent womens sufferage movement supporter as well as Native American activist. Because of this, element of womens rights issues are in the original book, which the movie changed in the end. They also changed Dorothys shoes in the movie… in the book it is silver. Silver signifies common mans currency which is affordable alternative to gold (yellow brick road) which only the rich can get. This is theory first proposed by Henry Littlefield in 1964. Many other scholars and economists have added to this theory. This theory bears out by the fact that Frank Baum published many political pieces in his newspaper as well as the shows with political innuendos which he put on at his theatre.

    I am confused by the authors insistence that Frank Baum was an “ardent occultist and an initiate in the Theosophic Society”… Which really has nothing to do with the theme of this article. (As far as i know, Theosophic Society does not condone mind control.) Firstly, theosophic societys belief syzstem is relatively harmless. Here is a description of his involvement in the society from one of his biographer, Michael PatrickHearn.

    “His son Frank admitted the author’s interest in Theosophy, but also reported that the elder Baum could not accept all its teachings. He firmly believed in reincarnation; he had faith in the immortality of the soul and believed that he and his wife had been together in many past states and would be together in future reincarnations, but he did not accept the possibility of the transmigration of souls from human beings to animals or vice versa, as in Hinduism. He was in agreement with theTheosophical belief that man on Earth was only one step on a great ladder that passed through many states of consciousness, through many universes, to a final state of Enlightenment. He did believe in Karma, that whatever good or evil one does in his lifetime returns to him as reward or punishment in future reincarnations…. He believed that all the great religious teachers of history had found their inspiration from the same source, a common Creator.”

    I reserve judgement on the merit of this article since other facts point to Wizard of Oz being something else entirely. Of course original authors intent can be altered in many ways as so many other works have in the past. So i would recommend caution and do your own research and make up your mind.


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