Was Michael Jackson's Neverland Ranch a Mind-Control Programming Site?
June 29, 2016
A recently released police report from 2003 reveals that images of underage sexuality, gore, torture, animal sacrifices, S&M and other disturbing material were found at Michael Jackson's Neverland Ranch. These items (and many more) point towards the ranch being used as an MKULTRA programming site.
Michael Jackson was groomed from a young age to become a puppet of the elite. His handlers not only managed his professional career, but his entire life. He was the product of a corrupt and devious system that gave him fame and fortune, yet destroyed his life and soul. The endless stream of bizarre reports about Jackson, emphasized by his off-putting appearance and demeanor, lead the entire world to qualify him, at best, as a “weirdo” or, at worst, as a child abuser.
Neverland Ranch is the physical manifestation of everything Jackson was about: boundless creativity, ostentatious innocence … and a hidden, utterly disturbing dark side. A closer look at the items extracted from the ranch throughout the years (through auctions and police investigations) tell a terrifying story about what was happening between those walls.
According to a recently released police report, the ranch was filled with shocking material that were used to groom “young children into lowering their inhibitions”. This lead investigators to claim that Jackson (alone) lured young children to his house to molest them.
However, a closer look a the objects found at the ranch reveal much more than implied: there was a calculated and methodical approach to the madness, one that was clearly about “programming” children to act a specific way. This systematic process, which involves causing trauma in order to cause dissociation is the basis of Monarch mind control.
Everything about the ranch reeks of Monarch mind control “culture”, from the overall theme, to the artwork, to the illicit programming material. In short, Neverland Ranch was more than a creepy den for Michael Jackson: It was an elite-owned programming site. Michael Jackson was not the one running things – he was programmed to not escape Neverland. Literally.
The logo of the ranch consists of a little boy wearing a onesie sitting pensively on the moon. Or a traumatized child after dissociation.
Neverland Ranch was named after the fantasy island in the story of Peter Pan – the boy who never grows up. Right from its inception, the ranch was built around a theme that is extremely significant in the world of MK-ULTRA. Indeed, in Monarch mind control, “Peter Pan programming” is the name of an actual script used to traumatize and program children. Through trauma and torture victims are told to dissociate to Neverland, a world of wonder and eternal youth.
Peter Pan programming is a type of mind control programming, whereby the programmer/handler uses the occult book Peter Pan, also known as Peter Pan; or the Boy Who Wouldn't Grow Up, written by Scottish author J.M. Barrie as a 1904 play and a 1911 novel, to reinforce programming. It is also part of Monarch programming.
During programming, victims are told to escape to ‘ Neverland ' while inducing dissociation from reality. Neverland is called so because once you set foot there, you can never leave.
Peter Pan alludes to the satyr Pan — in Greek mythology, Pan is the insatiable Arcadian god of lust and magic who seduces men and women with his pipes and wantonness, the symbol of the libido, the personification of undisciplined procreation in nature.
– Peter Pan Programming, The Talking Pot
At the entrance of Neverland Ranch is an image depicting a boy looking
over a horned satyr, a miniature version of Pan.
Pan was a prominent Greek deity. The nature god was often depicted with horns on its head and the lower body of a goat. Pan is a phallic deity and its animalistic features are an embodiment of the carnal and procreative impulses of men.
Slaves who are subjected to Peter Pan programming have an alter persona that ‘never grows up', and remains a child who is ‘willingly' abused.
The mascot/identifier of Peter Pan programming is a white glove ; white is the colour of purity and innocence, as children are innocent and pure.
Captain Hook, Peter's nemesis in the story, wears a hook on his right arm because Tick Tock the Crocodile ate his right hand after Peter cut it off and threw it overboard his ship.
Captain Hook is the handler in this type of programming, and the glove represents his missing/unseen hand — the ‘unseen/invisible hands' of mind control programmers who manipulate Monarch slaves.
Michael Jackson was programmed with a Peter Pan complex, that is why his handlers built Neverland Ranch for him to live in. He was stuck at a certain stage of childhood; and, therefore, Michael related to young boys, played with them and had sleepovers. In his mind he was always a little boy, they did not want him to grow up. Michael was NOT a paedophile, the allegations were simply fabricated in order to traumatize him and make him easier to control as his programming was breaking down and he was fighting his enslavement.
They injected him with hormones as a pre-teen to prevent his voice from breaking. He was chemically castrated with the synthetic anti-male hormone Cyproterone, which blocks puberty and prevents the voice from maturing. It also prevents bodily hair and the larynx from growing, and affects the bones; leaving the body with a slight frame but a large chest. Once the treatment is finished, the patient keeps a child's larynx all his life in a man's body.
Michael Jackson was physically and mentally altered by a group of handlers who controlled his musical career, manged his personal life and, when Jackson showed signs of rebellion, ended his life. The Neverland Ranch was a disturbing tribute to Peter Pan programming, the script Jackson himself was subject to. Even worst, the ranch was most likely used to program other innocent children.
This picture from a French magazine says: “ Neverland : he created a paradise
where children live in eternal paradise.” Ironic.
There are several images of Jackson leading a flock of children in the ranch.
Packed with toys, arcade games and even a Ferris wheel, Neverland ranch appeared to be the funnest place on Earth. It was the exact opposite.
Here are items found in Jackson's estate throughout the years.
2003 Police Raid
In June 2016 the website RadarOnline released the full police report of the 2003 raid of Neverland ranch. The documents collected by the Santa Barbara County Sheriff's Department include images of “blood, gore, animal sacrifice, child torture, adult and child nudity, female bondage and sadomasochism”.
Item descriptions inside the report often ended with this sentence:
“Based on my training, this type of material can be used as part of a “grooming” process by which people (those seeking to molest children) are able to lower the inhibitions of their intended victims and facilitate the molestation of said victims”.
– Raid Police Report
As stated above, the material found in this raid was not simply of a lustful nature. It was about a sick, twisted culture surrounding the abuse. Some of the images found in the ranch were actually drenched in MK symbolism, proving that this was about something bigger than implied in the news.
This photograph depicts a child beauty queen standing with a noose around her neck. Behind her are images of murdered child beauty queen Jon Benet Ramsey. This is the world of MKULTRA.
Police found various artbooks featuring children in various unsettling settings
– often in “adult situations”.
A mannequin with two heads : a perfect way of representing
an MK slave with an alter persona.
Speaking of mannequins, some recently released pictures of the raid show that the ranch contained several life-sized mannequins of children. What were they used for?
This one was found oddly placed on a Michael Jackson throne.
A video from the raid revealed the existence of a secret room containing
a troll doll and Peter Pan pillows. Was it used to abuse victims?
The police report mentions the discovery of various photographs with bizarre details that describe twisted mind games involving young victims.
The hand written note on the report mentions that the words “Are you scared yet”
are “code message”. In MK terms: trigger words.
Auction of 2009
Shortly after Jackson's death, a massive auction was carried out to liquidate some of the most valuable items at the ranch. Although there was no outright graphic material in the auction, the overarching theme of these works disturbed quite a few observers.
This painting was one of several that depict Jackson as a modern version of the Pied Piper.
The story of the Pied Piper – also known as the Pan Piper –
used his magical flute to lure children away from their parents.
Some details in that painting are rather strange and off-putting.
Jackson also owned this sculpture of Abraham Lincoln wondering why there are children on his lap.
A painting of Peter Pan leading children to Neverland … and dissociation.
Although news stories are keen to depict Michael Jackson as a “drug crazed maniac” who lured children into his bed, things were clearly more complex than that. There were people behind him. Evil, manipulative, deceitful, sadistic people who were in control of his life, who morphed the young singer from the Jackson 5 into the bizarre, physically and mentally altered Michael Jackson we know today. On top of being a slave in an evil system, he was used to lure more victims into the horrible world of mind control.
Neverland Ranch was more than Michael Jackson's home, it was a surreal celebration of depravity while serving as an “international embassy” of Peter Pan programming.
One might ask: was Jackson an active participant in this? Was he maybe programmed to do so? Was he simply another slave wandering around the ranch, completely clueless of what was truly happening? Only a handful of people know the truth – those who actually ran the ranch.
One thing is certain: when Jackson began snapping out of Neverland and reconnecting with reality, when his programming started to break and his conscience pushed him to speak up, he was pumped full of drugs until he stopped breathing. He was sent to Neverland one final time…and they made sure he would never come back. That is the fate of the MK slave. His handlers? They've disappeared in the shadows, scot-free and with zero publicity. That is the fate of those protected by the elite.
Source: 'Vigilant Citizen'
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