Pizzagate - Child Abuse - Experiments - MK ULTRA survivor speaks





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Published on Dec 13, 2016

credit * AlphaMindControl * "a simple form of torture that they used on myself and on a lot of other children was the dislocation of your limbs, so they dislocated both your arms and legs. that was probably the simplest easiest and the cheapest way to reenforce the notion that you were absolutely helpless."

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David Shurter - Satanic Ritual Abuse and MKUltra Survivor
"i was thought how to murder, murder kids." "by what method?" ?…generally through very up-close and personal daggers. stabbing people, stabbing children cutting pieces of kids apart, canibolism." - "there were times where we would kill 3 kids in a night, and i mean slicing and dicing and then drinking their blood."
"if you torture and terrorise a person long enough what ends up happening is, there is so many endorphins that flood the blood, that the blood act like a aphrodisiac and so there was a lot of blood sacrifice. there was a lot of cannibalism, there was a lot of beastiality anything that you can basically think of that was humiliating traumatising to a child that's what they did."
"you had a coven of people which generally around 12 people. my father was a high priest, he wore a red robe which symbolises blood sacrifice."

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