Mind Control Forum, submitted by Sally. Mind control is one of those great conspiracy theories that has probably been with us longer than recorded history. I'm sure back before human knew how to write they were grunting about Memnoch the tribal shaman using herbs to control the minds of the rest of the tribe. Back then the conspiracy theorists probably would have burned poor Memnoch alive, these days they just get together and share made up stories about government and alien mind control plots.
HI, I would like to introduce myself. I am Heart I am the web site manager. Mind Control Forum has undergone some changes since its' beginnings. You can read about that in Ed Light's statement below and the Message from MTCs' founder Carrie Dawn.
I first came across this site a few years ago and could not believe the wealth of information here. I have read all of the CKLN-FM radio series, it has been very useful to me learning and knowing about mind control with Ritual abuse survivors. Reading other articles that are posted here also gives allot of inside information that can help survivors to heal from the trauma that has been inflicted.
Heart has a web site of her own where we can find out a little bit more about the woman behind the legend.
As some of you know my site is about Multiple Personality Disorder or DID as they call it now. I don't think we are did's but do's because we can do it and no one can tell us any different. I really perfer MPG, Mulitiple Personality Gift. Because it is a gift that was given to us by what ever way it was given.
Oh, that's fantastic, she has "Multiple Gift Disorder" or whatever she called it! That adds HEAPS to her crazy conspiracy theory credibility. The only way it could be better is if she had another site full of baby pictures of her stillborn baby.
Be sure to sign Heart's Guestbook while you're looking around her informative sites!
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