Stewart Swerdlow – The History Of Mind Control

This is the companion article to Stewart Swerdlow: The Montauk Project – An Insider’s View.

Also highly recommended viewing.

 

Stewart Swerdlow: The Montauk Project – An Insider’s View

Earlier this week I came across some very interesting presentations by Stewart Swerdlow. His information has a lot in common with the work of researchers like Jordan Maxwell, Michael Tsarion, David Icke and others, but right off the bat I would like to say, that this kind of information is not for "newbies". If you're new to alternative history and/or have never heard of or read about galactic history, what is presented will be wayyy too far out for you. If this is the case the best thing to do, is to go through the material in the 'For New Visitors' section first.

Stewart Swerdlow is a gifted mentalist who, because of his family’s background and "special" characteristics, was experimented on in the Project Montauk genetic and mind control program. Because of his skills he was also made a programmer of the Montauk boys. In 1983, when the Montauk Station was destroyed (and later rebuilt), Stewart went into a tailspin and had to work hard to successfully regain his sense of identity. He later learned that only 1% of the people in that program ever survived.

Unique to Stewart Swerdlow is that he never lost his memories of his experience at Montauk, and he is presently teaching others how to use the techniques used at Montauk for positive purposes. (Sources: coasttocoastam.com, bielek.com)

The first two videos in the playlist are more then 10 years old (as you can see and hear) but the information that Swerdlow presents, will be extremely interesting to anyone who is interested in alternative views on human and galactic history. For a better understanding of Swerdlow statements about reptilians, you should also watch Alex Collier's 1994 interview. As is stated in the subtitle of this website: "Not only is the Universe stranger than you imagine, it is stranger than you can imagine."

The first two presentations have the added benefit of hindsight being 20/20 vision. 

I would also like to point out that one of the reasons for the delays in the implementation of the New World Order "master plan", is the blowback from 9/11. Even though this false flag operation gave the NWO fanatics the opportunity to further their agenda, one of the unintended consequences was that the attacks also served as a wake-up call for A LOT of people worldwide. There were never any WMD's found in Iraq and most of the civil rights and liberties of the general population were completely obliterated.

More and more people are seeing through the lies that governments sell, which is exactly what is needed to put an end to the insanity.

 

Women and Spirituality Part 1 of 3: Goddess Remembered

Goddess Remembered is the first in a series of three films about Women and Spirituality made by Donna Reed . Part 1 focuses on the existence of pre-Christian Goddess-worshiping religions, which fostered an egalitarian society based on human cooperation. This civilization thrived for a long time without the intrusion of war. Visits to Paleolithic caves in France and temples in Crete give a glimpse of artifacts from this gynocentric world.

Scholars Merlin Stone, Jean Bolen and Charlene Spretnak draw connections between these ancient cultures, and women's contemporary interest in a spirituality based on harmony with nature. (Edited from spiritualityandpractice.com)

Women and Spirituality Part 2 of 3: The Burning Times

The Burning Times, part 2 of the Women and Spirituality trilogy by Donna Reed, offers a chilling look at the persecution of women accused of being witches in Europe between the 15th and 17th centuries. The Christian church and the state cooperated in a concerted effort to wipe out the power and independence of midwives, healers, and crones. Thousands were tortured and burned at the stake.

Matthew Fox, Margit Adler and others discuss the misogyny and sinister religious forces behind this massive campaign. (Edited from spiritualityandpractice.com)