Women and men in the Illuminati will continue to help with the programming
for their entire lives. The Illuminati is programming such vast numbers of
children, they need everyone of their able members to help. Moriah’s
total membership, which worldwide numbers in the millions .
The Illuminati regimen for their children is far more controlling
than the CIA’s programming . Not everyone in the Illuminati
gets their mind-split and becomes a programmed multiple. However, everyone
does get some type of mind-control . Those who have been spared multiplicity
still must participate in a two-week intense mind-control session that might
be compared to the Army’s Ranger school. Those who participate in this
have learned obedience . Those who haven’t learned obedience,
are forced into ritual gladiator type duels or other punishments to eliminate
them . Finally, a traitor’s death as pictured on one of the Tarot
cards is waiting.
Sharon Tate was left hanging in the No. 12 Tarot Card’s “hangman position” from the house rafters. The best therapists will quietly admit that traditional therapy is inadequate. Unless God intervenes, people who are born into the Illuminati don’t escape it while alive. This book isn’t a mere exercise of academic thinking, but is written with the assurance that freedom is possible. There are viable answers.
Richman, whose Prevention Access Campaign has led the advocacy and educational effort around the Undetectable=Untransmittable message, points to the other people living with HIV, who "have been leading the way for this change here in the . and around the world. Our experience as part of the review process and as early as last summer with HHS, [National Institutes of Health], and CDC has been productive and positive even when the gaps in our positions seemed wide. We appreciate their commitment and decisive action to follow the data during a time when our health and human rights have been continually under assault."
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