S.M.A.R.T. Child and Ritual Abuse Newsletter, Lynne Moss Sharman Survivor of Government Medical Experiment

November 16, 2016 Comments Off on S.M.A.R.T. Child and Ritual Abuse Newsletter, Lynne Moss Sharman Survivor of Government Medical Experiment


S.M.A.R.T (Stop Mind control And Ritual abuse Today) Newsletter
Issue 131 – November 2016
https://ritualabuse.us/2016/11/issue-131-november-2016/

This issue includes information on: 
The Brainwashing Of My Dad – right-wing media, Hillary Clinton Freed Child Rapist, The Clintons’ War on Women, Bill Clinton, Monica Lewinsky, Documenting Trump’s Abuse of Women, Donald Trump Rape lawsuit – Drops Her Suit, Appco Group, Malaysia, Dark Web, foreign pedophiles, Broken Homes – resi kids, Dance teacher Grant Davies, Bill Clinton sexual assault allegation, WikiLeaks emails about Clinton campaign, Huma Abedin, Anthony Weiner,  Indiana’s Religious Freedom Law. Word of Life Christian Church in Chadwicks New York, Michael Jackson – MJJ Productions,  Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie, rabbi in voyeurism case, St. George’s School Rhode Island, Father John Surprenant Minnesota Catholic clergy,  Adelaide’s Catholic Archbishop Philip Wilson,  Abuse Royal Commission  George Pell, Guam’s Catholic Church, Iran abuse allegations top Qur’an reciter Saeed Toosi, hazing ritual Jordan Preavy. Sixties Scoop placed children in abusive system, preacher Victor Barnard River Road Fellowship, Lee Kaplan, Grenville Christian College, sexual abuse in UK universities, UK child sexual abuse images online, British army abuses in Iraq, Rotherham child abuse charges, Bristol child abuse ring, Historic Institutional Abuse Inquiry (HIA). Dennis Hastert, statute of limitations for sexually abusing children, Harold Evans’s the truth about thalidomide, Thailand-U.S. sex trafficking ring, Ritual Abuse. Mind Control, Ritual Abuse, Conference, ritual abuse newsletter, S.M.A.R.T., neilbrick.com, ritualabuse.us, False Memory Proponents,  Grey Faction, Satanic Temple, Lucien Greaves, Doug Mesner, Ritual Abuse Crimes, Wendy Hoffman,  – Survivorship Conference 2016, Alison Miller, Survivorship conference presentations, survivorship.org, Shattered but Unbroken: Voices of Triumph and Testimony, Valerie Sinason, Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID), karnacbooks.com, Child Abuse Prevention Field, Becoming Yourself: Overcoming Mind Control and Ritual Abuse by Alison Miller, Lynne Moss Sharman, mind control experiments, government-sanctioned child abuse, Cold War medical experiments, PTSD,  Teal Swan, Scientology, Louis Theroux,  Alex Gibney, L. Ron Hubbard, Church of Scientology, Buddahfield Holy Hell, Indian ritual sacrifice,  EnlightenNext Andrew Cohen,  United Health Programs of America in Syosset Onionhead, Satyananda Yoga Ashram, Lev Tahor group,  Fred King Church of Jesus Christ, China’s brainwashing centres, Falun Gong, human organ harvesting in China, human trafficking, children in the commercial sex trade, JonBenet Ramsey, Johnny Gosch Who Took Johnny, Child Abuse and Research, Child Abuse and Life Span,  Pamela Noblitt, Randy Noblitt Cult and Ritual Abuse, ritual abuse conference CDs

The Sou’wester
Collection a community resource
Recently acquired archive may be used in national inquiry
Danielle Da Silva  09/26/2016

Brian Hubner, acquisitions and access archivist with the University of Manitoba, is pictured with material from the fonds of Lynne Moss Sharman, an activist and social worker.

In trying to comprehend violence against women, child abuse and social injustice, one woman’s archival collection may help communities gain greater insight.

The University of Manitoba’s Archives and Special Collections recently acquired the clippings, photographs, journals, and documents compiled by Lynne Moss Sharman dating back to the 1970s and gathered over the past three decades.

The fonds explore topics ranging from missing and murdered Indigenous women, child abuse and foster care, prison deaths, and community action on issues.

According to Brian Hubner, acquisitions and access archivist with the university, the impetus for Sharman’s documentation began with her research into mind control experiments and abuse performed on children. Sharman claimed to be a survivor of experiments and government-sanctioned child abuse. She died in March 2014 at the age of 66.

“She was initially interested in medical experiments,” Hubner said. “Cold War medical experiments were done on her as a child and she was able to prove that. She reached out to other people who were victims of that, and that was really the origin of her research and her collecting.”

Sharman, an activist, social worker and artist from Thunder Bay, Ont., used the collection as a research bank of material, Hubner said. Sharman carefully curated the collection, with sections of the archive focused on the Pickton trials, the Highway of Tears, individual cases of missing and murdered women, and the media coverage that framed it all. She was passionate about her work and added her own annotations to the information she gathered in respect of its subjects, Hubner said…. http://www.winnipegfreepress.com/our-communities/souwester/Collection-a-community-resource-394836901.html

Tomorrow A Million Coffins, And One Mourner:  The Boys From Thunder Bay – Lynne Moss Sharmann
https://ritualabuse.us/smart-conference/conf2000/tomorrow-a-million-coffins-and-one-mourner-the-boys-from-thunder-bay/
Lynne Moss-Sharman is the Canada contact for ACHES-MC http://www.aches-mc.org In her community, Thunder Bay, Ontario she is a founding member of the regional Elizabeth Fry Society, advocacy for female inmates; a board member of Northwestern Ontario Patients’ Council (Lakehead Psychiatric Hospital); she is a survivor of Cold War child psychiatric/military experimentation and ritualized torture.

CKLN-FM Mind Control Series — Part 16
Interview with Lynne Moss-Sharman
ACHES-MC Canada Contact
http://www.whale.to/b/moss.html
The Stone Angels was formed in Thunder Bay in 1993. I had been in therapy myself for quite a long time, and began to come in contact with other survivors of cult ritual abuse at that point, and was able to speak with over sixty adult survivors of ritual cult abuse. Many of them are from Thunder Bay and Northwestern Ontario, but a great number of them had moved here from other cities in the country. There was a great need to begin asking for services to be provided for survivors, and we began producing The Stone Angels Journal in 1993 with Volume 1 of survivors’ writings and drawings, and I have just been working on completing Volume 6b on Mind Control In The Modern Age. We essentially began bringing cult ritual abuse to light and that progressed, as we began to hear more from survivors, into the dialogue about the mind control experimentation that had in fact been going on all over the country.

Lynne Moss-Sharman – CHRW Radio Interview
http://www.whale.to/b/moss1.html
I am the Canada contact for ACHES-MC – the Advocacy Committee for Human Experimentation Survivors. We have a network in both the United States and Canada. I live in Thunder Bay, Ontario and most of the contact I have with people is either by telephone or by Internet, e-mail. We started off as a group that primarily represented child survivors of CIA experimentation during the Cold War period during the late 1940’s and 1950’s, 1960’s.

 

‘My Scientology Movie’: Louis Theroux’s Revealing Expose, Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief review, Trial ordered for firm accused of requiring cult-like acts ‘Onionhead’ ruled a religion

October 6, 2016 Comments Off on ‘My Scientology Movie’: Louis Theroux’s Revealing Expose, Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief review, Trial ordered for firm accused of requiring cult-like acts ‘Onionhead’ ruled a religion

– ‘My Scientology Movie’: Louis Theroux’s Revealing Expose On The Cult of Scientology
– My Scientology Movie review: Louis Theroux’s giddy, Pythonesque jab in the ribs
– Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief review: ‘an ocean of weirdness’
– Trial ordered for firm accused of requiring cult-like acts
– ‘Onionhead’ ruled a religion in Syosset discrimination case

‘My Scientology Movie’: Louis Theroux’s Revealing Expose On The Cult of Scientology
Kristine Moore  October 4, 2016

It may seem rather damning to categorically point to one religion and refer to it as a cult, but if the trailer and interviews for Louis Theroux’s My Scientology Movie are anything to go by, Theroux has bravely revealed just what lengths Scientologists will go to in order to keep the media out of their lives and the public from knowing the truth about their organization.

Louis’s new film comes off the back of his recent documentary on Jimmy Savile, which aired on October 2 on the BBC. Theroux has always managed to elicit truth in the candidates he interviews, drawing them in and making them feel comfortable enough to speak honestly….

Theroux spent three years learning about Scientology before embarking upon My Scientology Movie. Scientologists, however, were not pleased when they discovered that they would be the target of his newest documentary. They are reported to have followed him around on the road wherever he went, shown up uninvited during filming, and even, rather amusingly, turned the cameras back at him by filming him while he was filming them.

In one interview, Louis seemed genuinely perplexed that anybody would be so critical of a documentary. After all, he said, if you disagreed with the Catholic Church over their cover-up of abuse, priests didn’t just turn up at your house unannounced and begin filming you. So why did Scientologists do this?

“One of the fascinating things about Scientology is that they fight back. It’s not like other churches – you know, Christianity, you think of turning the other cheek – well that idea doesn’t exist in Scientology, as far as I know. In fact, they believe that if you’re under attack as a Scientologist, you have a license to destroy that person.”….
http://www.inquisitr.com/3563798/my-scientology-movie-louis-therouxs-revealing-expose-on-the-scientology-cult/

My Scientology Movie review: Louis Theroux’s giddy, Pythonesque jab in the ribs
By Tim Robey, Film Critic  4 October 2016

Louis Theroux versus the Church of Scientology. It’s a near-irresistible contest: the very face of deadpan scepticism, up against that many-headed hydra of indecipherable rage.

My Scientology Movie is the second documentary on the subject in recent months, following Alex Gibney’s more thorough and methodical Going Clear….

His efforts in Los Angeles to speak to their current membership meet with stony refusal, so only the apostates come forward: figures such as Marty Rathbun, former “Mister Fixit” of the organisation, and now Public Enemy No. 1, as far as the church and its much-feared leader, David Miscavige, are concerned….

Naturally lacking face-time with Miscavige or Tom Cruise – probably the world’s two most notorious Scientologists, with all due respect to Travolta – Theroux comes up with the neat gambit of auditioning various jobbing actors to play them both. Key public statements are read out, in what amount to screen-tests for a film Theroux and director John Dower don’t even end up making: the tests themselves do the job.
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/films/0/my-scientology-movie-review-louis-therouxs-giddy-pythonesque-jab/

Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief review: ‘an ocean of weirdness’ 
Tim Robey 26 June 2015
Alex Gibney’s Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief has also faced massive legal obstacles to even achieving a release. Though the film is heavily based on a pre-existing book, by the Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Lawrence Wright, the Church of Scientology has devoted every shred of zeal its legal team can summon to prevent what it sees as an inaccurate and distorted account from being made public. In the UK, especially, largely thanks to the unreformed libel laws of Northern Ireland and Scotland, distributors have had a nightmare getting it okayed….

Gibney is too serious and analytical a filmmaker merely to turn this into a gawping session. He methodically takes us back to Scientology’s roots, laying down a potted biography of founder-philosopher L. Ron Hubbard….

Segueing from prolific pulp science-fiction writing to the Fifties Dianetics movement was the first step to setting up the Church of Scientology in 1953, which gave Hubbard much-cherished tax exemption; the movement’s repeated success in fending off the IRS, combined with burgeoning income from its members, gave it real financial muscle and reach into society across the world….

the very heart of a movement founded on selling fear – Hubbard would say the banishment of fear, but the trick of Scientology, as the film presents it, has always been to keep its members active and paying by keeping them afraid….
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/film/going-clear-scientology-and-the-prison-of-belief/review/

Trial ordered for firm accused of requiring cult-like acts
October 5, 2016
By The Associated Press

NEW YORK – (AP) — A federal judge in New York City has ruled that a Long Island firm that provides discount medical plans must face a discrimination trial after workers said they were forced to pray, chant and participate in spiritual interpersonal workshops…..

The judge says the program, known as “Onionhead,” used an approach that amounted to a religion.

The judge says workers described a cult-like environment with religious ceremonies that included burning incense to cleanse the workplace and dimming lights to prevent demons from entering.

An attorney for the firm says there’s no proof workers were required to participate in Onionhead activities.
http://www.newsday.com/news/region-state/trial-ordered-for-firm-accused-of-requiring-cult-like-acts-1.12406645

‘Onionhead’ ruled a religion in Syosset discrimination case
October 4, 2016   By John Riley

A Brooklyn federal judge has ruled that a Syosset health care business will have to face a discrimination trial for allegedly forcing workers to pray, chant and participate in spiritual interpersonal workshops known as “Onionhead” and “Harnessing Happiness.”

U.S. District Judge Kiyo A. Matsumoto said the program — represented by a logo with an anthropomorphic onion — amounted to a religion….
http://www.newsday.com/long-island/nassau/onionhead-ruled-a-religion-in-syosset-discrimination-case-1.12405316

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