- Harley invites Ann to
visit his spiritual development class.
The group does a remote viewing exercise on secret
experiments. We hear about a little girl named Cindy who died around
1960. Richard and the Rabbi speak to the group.
- Second meeting: remote viewing of experiments
involving children at a hospital. Brian tells us about his life as a
street kid and frequent visitor to the hospital where he was part of CIA
experiments in which small children were drugged and electro-shocked..
- Third meeting: remote viewing, and visits from two more children,
Eric and Cindy,
who were in the experiments. Harley's Joy Guide, Richard, sums things up: "We
got work to do."
Washington, DC, at the National Security Archive,
Ann finds documents
which back up the children's channeled statements of being in "sensory
isolation" and other experiments, probably at McGill in the 1950s and
She finds more confirmation in files at the
library, showing the Gazette and Montreal Star gave consistently
glowing coverage to Dr.
Ewen Cameron and the Allan Memorial in hundreds of articles
dating back to 1943. The Websters and McConnells, who owned the Gazette
and the Star, also made generous donations to the Allan and the Montreal
Neurological Institute, as did the Rockefeller Foundation.
Ann returns to Greece, writes
MY COLD WAR.
January 2006: In Vancouver, Ann meets other researchers,
including Kevin Annett, who
has collected hundreds of documents showing experiments on children conducted across Canada.
Hundreds, and possibly thousands,
of aboriginal children, orphans, and street children were abused,
tortured and murdered in secret military research projects, as well as
in residential schools, hospitals, and other facilities. This explosive secret has
been kept hidden for five decades, but with new Freedom of Information
legislation, and also thanks to the internet, the veil of secrecy is
There are signs that the secret program is being
revamped and will surface again under the guise of extending mental
health programs into communities, and reaching out to young people with
ADHD, for example.
THERE IS NO TIME
THERE IS NO
TIME TO WASTE!