Boxes are built internally in the slave’s mind and a box will contain a program. The food is the programming that the slave is to eat and digest. The programming in the box might be songs, nursery rhymes, or a poem or anything. (On page 41, there is a full page picture of a girl picking a lunch-pail from a tree limb to eat it.)

Pg. 40 Book 3 Ozma of Oz:

“The little girl stood on tip-toe and picked one of the nicest and biggest lunch-boxes, and then she sat down upon the ground and eagerly opened it. Inside she found, nicely wrapped in white papers, a ham sandwich, a piece of sponge-cake, a pickle, a slice of new cheese and an apple. Each thing had a separate stem,…”

The lunch-boxes on the tree are the programs which the programmers put in. The stems are what link the programming stories together in the child’s mind.

Pg. 42 Book 3 Ozma of Oz:

“I had a pair of silver shoes, that carried me through the air. ..said Dorothy.”

In the programming silver shoes are used as cues to go into altered states (i.e. through the air.)

Pg. 44 Book 3 Ozma of Oz:

“embroidered garments of many colors” Color programming for the ribbons.

Pg. 47 Book 3 Ozma of Oz:

“We’ll get you in time, never fear! And when we do get you, we’ll tear you into little bits.” “Why are you so cruel to me? asked Dorothy. “I’m a stranger in your country, and have done you no harm.” “No harm!” cried one who seemed to be their leader. “Did you not pick our lunch-boxes and dinner pails? Have you not a stolen dinner-pail still in your hand? …it is the law here that whoever picks a dinner-pail without our permission must die immediately.”

The programming message to all of this is that no one had better touch the dinner-pails which represent the programs or they are to die immediately. Armies like in the story guard the internal programming of the slave.

Pg. 51 Book 3 Ozma of Oz:

These pages describe a crack in rocks that is a door. This is used for Petra programming.

Pg. 52 Book 3 Ozma of Oz:

“golden key”…”within the narrow chamber of rock was the form of a man–or, at least, it seemed like a man…his head and limbs were copper. Also his head and limbs were copper, and these were jointed or hinged to his body in a peculiar way, with metal caps over the joints, like the armor worn by knights in days of old.”

These are a System’s robots which are said by the programmers to be friends, and which are invisible. You can see other people’s robots but not one’s own internal robots. Pg. 53 Book 3 Ozma of Oz:

“This copper man is not alive at all.” The clone robots are made to think they are not alive, but just robots. In reality they are little child alters suited up to think they are robots.

Pg. 55 Book 3 Ozma of Oz:

“…back view of the copper man, and in this way discovered a printed card that hung between his shoulders, it being suspended from a small copper peg at the back of his neck.”

The robots are put in by a combination of several stories. The deep sea divers of 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea, and the Wizard of Oz’s Copper Man reinforce each other.

“Extra Responsive Mechanical man fitted with our special clock-work attachment. Thinks, Speaks, Acts, and Does Everything but Live. Manufactured only at our Works at Evna, Land of Ev. All infringements will be promptly Prosecuted according to Law.”

This huge sign is part of the robotic programming the clone robots receive. Notice that they are drilled into total obedience–all infringements will be promptly Prosecuted. Obey the law that your Master gives you.

Pg. 56 Book 3 Ozma of Oz:

“DIRECTIONS FOR USING For THINKING:

–Wind the Clock-work Man under his left arm, (marked No. 1)

For SPEAKING: –Wind the Clock-work Man under his right arm, (marked No. 2)

For WALKING: –Wind Clock-work in the -middle of his back, (marked No. 3)

N.B.–This Mechanism is guaranteed to work perfectly for a thousand years.”

These instructions were used to build Dr. Green’s (Mengele’s) boxes and the robots.

Pg. 58 Book 3 Ozma of Oz:

“The words sounded a little hoarse and creakey, and they were uttered all in the same tone, without any change of expression whatever; but both Dorothy and Billina understood them perfectly.”

This was used to program the internal robots to speak in unison and to repeat themselves.

Pg. 60 Book 3 Ozma of Oz:

“After that I re-mem-ber noth-ing until you wound me up a-gain.”

The internal robots forget and then are prepared again for war. Pg. 62 Book 3 Ozma of Oz:

“From this time forth I am your o-be-di-ent servant. What-ev-er you com-mand, that I will do will-ing-ly–if you keep me wound up.”

This is used to teach the internal robots obedience to their programming.

Pg. 67 Book 3 Ozma of Oz:

“Within the pail were three slice of turkey, two slices of cold tongue, some lobster salad, four slices of bread and butter, a small custard pie, an orange and nine large strawberries and some nuts and raisins. Singularly enough, the nuts in this dinner-pail grew already cracked, so that Dorothy had no trouble in picking out their meats to eat.”

This is given to front alters as the front programming so that they see the programs as only “fruit”.

Pg. 68 Book 3 Ozma of Oz:

“Do the lunch-box trees and the dinner-pail trees belong to the Wheelers? the child asked Tiktok, while engaged in eating her meal. ‘Of course not,’ he answered. ‘They belong to the roy-al fam-il-y of Ev, on-ly of course there is no roy-al fam-il-y just now be-cause King Ev-ol-do jumped in-to the sea and his wife and ten children have been trans-formed by the Nome King…you will find the roy-al ‘E’ stamped up-on the bottom of ev-er-y din-ner pail.”

The Nome King in the programming became the ruler of the demons/system within the Monarch system. Several story lines from a number of sources are overlapped to reinforce the programming scripts. The programmers will use other stories to introduce themselves into the system too. In case readers don’t know, a Monarch system will have hidden powerful alters that are made in the image of their programmers, that serve as personal representatives of the programmers.

Pg. 79 Book 3 Ozma of Oz:

“I am only a ma-chine, and can-not feel sor-row or joy, no mat-ter what hap-pens.” This is teaching mechanical dissociation, and coincides with Tin Man programming.

Pg. 83 Book 3 Ozma of Oz:

“For the Princess Langwidere is a different person every time I see her, and the only way her subjects can recognize her at all is by means of a beautiful ruby key which she always wears on a chain attached to her left wrist. When we see the key we know we are beholding the Princess.” “That is strange,” said Dorothy, in astonishment. “Do you mean to say that so many different princesses are one and the same person?” “Not exactly,” answered the Wheeler. “There is, of course, but one princess; but she appears to us in many forms, which are all more or less beautiful.”

Doesn’t this sound like MPD! Did Frank Baum know about MPD?

Pg. 90 Book 3 Ozma of Oz:

“Princess Langwidere’s sitting-room was panelled with great mirrors, which reached from the ceiling to the floor; also the ceiling was composed of mirrors, and the floor was of polished silver that reflected every object upon it. So when Langwidere sat in her easy chair and played soft melodies upon her mandolin, her form was mirrored hundreds of times, in walls, and ceilings and floor, and whichever way…”

This is the mirror programming that has been done to so many victims!

Pg. 91 Book 3 Ozma of Oz:

“Now I must explain to you that the Princess Langwidere had thirty heads.”

Isn’t this story line convenient for programming?

Pg. 94 Book 3 Ozma of Oz:

“…Langwidere to a position in front of cupboard No. 17, the Princess unlocked the door with her ruby key and after handing head No.9, which she had been wearing, to the maid, she took No. 17 from its shelf and fitted it to her neck….There was one trouble with No. 17; the temper that went with it (and which was hidden…)was fiery, harsh and haughty in the extreme, and it often led the Princess to do unpleasant things which she regretted when she came to wear her other heads.”

Does the reader see how this is programming to switch personalities. And personality No. 17 is locked up–which is a common programming methodology. The fiery, harsh anger–those are the demonic imps that the victim is coached to accept as normal which are layered in. (See chapter 10).

Pg. 98 Book 3 Ozma of Oz:

“‘To hear is to obey,’ answered the big red colonel, and caught the child by the arm.”

pg. 99 Book 3 Ozma of Oz, “…the colonel had by this time managed to get upon his feet again, so he grabbed fast hold of the girl and she was helpless to escape.”

Pg. 102 Book 3 Ozma of Oz:

“Once a cyclone had carried her across it, and a magical pair of silver shoes had carried her back again.”

Pg. 103 Book 3 Ozma of Oz:

“Fist came a magnificent golden chariot, drawn by a great Lion and an immense Tiger, who stood shoulder to shoulder and trotted along as gracefully as a well-matched team of thoroughbred horses. And standing upright within the chariot was a beautiful girl clothed in flowing robes of silver gauze and wearing a jeweled diadem upon her dainty head. She held in one hand the satin ribbons that guided her astonishing team, and in the other an ivory wand that separated at the top into two prongs, the prongs being tipped by the letters ‘0’ and ‘Z’, made of glistening diamonds set closely together.”

The way this was used for programming is that guard alters are made out of kittens, who believe they are fierce tigers and lions and other wild cats. Ozma, represents the Illuminati Queen Mother with her crown and scepter.

Pg. 104 Book 3 Ozma of Oz:

On this page we see Ozma of Oz, the Scarecrow, the Saw-Horse, the Tin Woodman, and soldiers. These characters were used in the programming. Toward the bottom of the page is something that was built into the Systems so that alters would stay in place in their internal world, “…the green carpet rolled itself up again…In order that their feet might not come in contact with the deadly, life-destroying sands of the desert.”

Pg. 117 Book 3 Ozma of Oz:

“Dorothy took the key to Tiktok from her pocket and wound up the machine man’s action, so that he could bow properly when introduced to the rest of the company.”

Pg. 119-120 Book 3 Ozma of Oz:

‘Let me introduce to you a new friend of mine, the Hungry Tiger.”…he displayed two rows of terrible teeth and a mouth big enough to startle anyone.’ ‘Dreadfully hungry,” answered the Tiger, snapping his jaws together with a fierce click.”‘ This is programming for deeper cats in an alter system. The next page tells how this is used to teach the child alter cannibalism. “…the tiger. “For my part, I’m a savage beast, and have an appetite for all sorts of poor living creatures, from a chipmonk to fat babies.’ ‘How dreadful!’ said Dorothy. ‘Isn’t it, though?’ returned the Hungry Tiger licking his lips with his long red tongue. ‘Fat babies! Don’t they sound delicious? …If I had no conscience I would probably eat the babies and then get hungry again, which would mean that I had sacrificed the poor babies for nothing….For it is the nature of tigers to be cruel and ferocious, and in refusing to eat harmless living creatures I am acting as no good tiger has ever before acted.”This part of the book is used to help teach the child alters which think they are tigers to be cannibalistic and actually participate in eating babies. This is all filmed to be used against the mind-controlled slave.

Pg. 130-3 1 Book 3 Ozma of Oz:

‘No one knows, exactly,’ replied the Princess. ‘For the King, whose name is Roquat of the Rocks, owns a splendid palace underneath the great mountain which is at the north end of this kingdom, and he has transformed the queen and her children into ornaments and bric-a-brac with which to decorate his rooms.'” ‘I’d like to know,” said Dorothy, ‘Who this Nome King is?'” ‘I will tell you, replied Ozma. ‘He is said to be the Ruler of the Underground World, and commands the rocks and all that the rocks contain. Under his rule are many thousands of the Nomes, who are queerly shaped but powerful sprites that labor at the furnaces and forges of their king, making gold and silver and other metals which they conceal in the crevices of the rocks, so that those living upon the earth’s surface can only find them with great difficulty. Also they make diamonds and rubies and emeralds, which they hide in the ground; so that the kingdom of Nomes is wonderfully rich, and all we have of precious stones and silver and gold is what we take from the earth and rocks where the Nome King has hidden them….the Ruler of the Underground World is not fond of those who live upon the earth’s surface, and never appears among us. If we wish to see King Roquat of the Rocks, we must visit his won country, where he is all powerful, and therefore it will be a dangerous undertaking….the furnaces of the Nome King….a single spark of fire might destroy me entirely.’ ‘The furnaces may also melt my tin,’ said the Tin Woodman; but I am going.”‘ ‘I can’t bear heat,’ remarked the Princess… “This is used to program in the dwarfs who mine the jewels (programs). The dwarfs are often demonic imps or gnomes, rather than being real alters. Notice that the story line fits in beautifully with the Hell Pit that the Programmers so often put at the basement of people’s minds. The Hell Pit would have programming to make someone burn. If someone approaches where the Dwarfs live (which is deep underground–deep in the mind) they will burn. Notice again the words diamonds, rubies, emeralds, silver and gold which are all parts of programming codes.

Pg. 139 Book 3 Ozma of Oz:

‘But I know enough to obey my masters, and to gid-dup, or whoa, when I’m told to.”

This is teaching obedience. “Lower down the table were the twenty-seven warriors of Oz.” This was used to create alters within the internal world.

Pg. 147-148 Book 3 Ozma of Oz:

The form was that of a gigantic man built out of plates of cast iron, and it stood with one foot on either side of the narror road and swung over its right shoulder an immense iron mallet, with which it constantly pounded the earth. These resounding blows explained the thumping sounds they had heard, for the mallet was much bigger than a barrel, and where it struck the path between the rocky sides of the mountain it filled all the space through which our travelers would be obliged to pass. Of course they at once halted, a safe distance away from the terrible iron mallet. The magic carpet would do them no good in this case, for it was only meant to protect them from any dangers upon the ground beneath their feet, and not from dangers that appeared in the air above them.

«- Previous | 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 | View All | Next -»

CC BY 4.0 This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.