Date: Sat, January 19, 2008
I have written to you sometime before and you were very helpful to me. I'm
still struggling with the multiple personality disorder issues as before..but I want
to know need to know how vital is it that I recover these LOST memories..and fill in
those over 30 missing years all in the dark..
Please answer if you can. Thank you
I recall your name. I think it was 2 or 3 years ago, right?
It's not my place to advise you as much as tell you what others tell me.
People are abused and traumatized to create mind controlled personalities.
MC victims are used by the programmers and handlers to achieve certain things for them. They created the amnesia walls so you would not remember the mind splitting trauma or the programming or what you did while under mind control.
By recovering the memories, many people free themselves-to some degree at least - from the controllers. They access MC victims by using special codes and they try to trigger your programming (daily if possible-TV being the BIGGEST trigger source of all) to reinforce those walls of amnesia by feeding you triggers (special words, or sounds, or visuals, or odors, or e-mails, etc) to keep the programming locked in place-and to keep you forgetting.
If you keep a spiral bound notebook with you wherever you go, you can write down whatever fragment of memory that may pop into your head, even if it doesn't make sense (it's often bizarre and garbled). By reminding yourself that you want these repressed memories to surface, you will gradually get more and more of them back. It takes at least 15 years, and often 20-30 years, for programming-created amnesia walls to begin to come down and the memories start coming back in flashbacks. I'm getting info from a person who was programmed as a very young child (4 years old), who only started getting the memories back when this person was in their late 30s. That's typical.
If you don't want to do this, then you should not force yourself. Follow your inner intuition
By consciously remembering the traumatizing events and the programming forced on you, you essentially break the programming and you are no longer controlled by it. Of course, if you are an active MC slave, then they will try to re-program you-if they can get to you. This is why some victims remember things for a while and then forget them for a time and then the memories may come back, sometimes with even more detail. Stephaie Relfe has terrific info on her web site about "Weirneke Commands" that you should read about (www.metatech.org or www.relfe.com)
These subconscious memories are trying to break out to the surface mind, but the controllers are trying to keep them locked down in your subconscious-if they are monitoring you. Often, older MC slaves are not monitored much, as they have millions of younger slaves to use for their games, but big name MC victims like Barbara Striesand will be closely monitored and re-programmed all of her life (see Thanks for the Memories by Brice Taylor). Striesand's husband is likely playing the role of handler or controller. The handler themselves are usually under MC.
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