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Saturday, 24 January 2015

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Mind Control of Medical Doctors

~ Jeanice Barcelo

Extract from [2015 Book] Birth Trauma, and the Dark Side of Modern Medicine by Jeanice Barcelo 

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Interestingly, doctors are taught in medical school that the cervix does not feel pain.  This is similar to how they are taught that babies don’t feel pain, and to the way veterinary students are taught that animals don’t feel pain.  This lie is repeated over and over again in the cult of modern medicine as a means of creating new initiates who will be willing to inflict violent and painful procedures on their medical victims without the benefit of pain relief.
“I saw my then brother-in-law – he went from college – a really good person who wants to help people, and as he went through med school, it changed him… As you have to try to prove yourself as a doctor… basically you have to feel like you’re God… [Y]ou have to act in a certain way to get obedience from people… Throughout the years… he changed.  He couldn’t keep himself.  If you did one thing wrong that they didn’t agree on, then all of a sudden you’re not at the top your class, you’re at the bottom.  And you don’t get to do the procedures or get the top doctors to work with… So you had to comply…
His dream was to go to Africa and help poor people.  But [after medical school] he was saddled with all this debt [and so] he had to go and get a practice…  I worked in his office for a while.  He’s an OB-GYN… I was his office manager, but I’d also be the technician in the room with him…
[W]hen a woman has a pap smear that’s not quite right, they’ll go in with an instrument and take a bite out of it [the cervix].  So there’d be women going ‘AH AH AH! – IT HURTS! STOP! STOP!’ And he’d go – ‘well the cervix doesn’t feel any pain…’  And the women are jumping off the table and screaming OW! OW! OW! and he’s just repeating the mantra of what was told to him and going ‘well, I’ll give you something to numb it, but the cervix doesn’t feel any pain.’  I must have seen it at least five times. As this woman was screaming and jumping off the table begging him to stop, he’d be saying over and over that the cervix doesn’t feel pain because that’s what was told to him…” 1
Clearly, this doctor’s behavior is a vivid example of how people behave when they are operating from a place of mind control.  Their programming causes them to go into a hypnotic trance and deny their connection to their own feelings, their own bodies and, indeed their own soul.  Every ounce of this doctor’s being should have been screaming at him to stop what he was doing because it was harmful.  Yet due to his medical “training”/programming (which training, as we will see,  mirrors the techniques of trauma-based mind control and clearly conditions medical initiates to do horrendous and very cruel things), this doctor habitually dissociated and robotically repeated absolute rubbish, even when it flew in the face of his own observations!!
So how does the medical system do it?  How do they turn good and decent people into biological robots who parrot nonsense and can’t seem to think for themselves?  The answer lies in the indoctrination process that medical students are put through, which process is set-up to systematically break down the morality and the will of medical students and, if all goes according to plan, will cause a split in their psyche that will result in dissociation and the assimilation of an alter personality that will be willing to conform to medical norms.  This indoctrination process involves repeatedly exposing medical students to high levels of stress and trauma as well as sleep deprivation, nutrition deprivation (i.e., junk food and fast food are the norm), sunlight deprivation, shaming the non-conformists and taking away any privileges they may have gained through conforming, and keeping the students enclosed in artificial and toxic settings for days, weeks, and months at a time so that they cannot connect with nature or any semblance of their spiritual and ethical identities.
Dr. Leonard Horowitz describes the initiation process this way:
“In medical schools, dental schools and these other professional training organizations and institutions it is a hazing process. It is trauma based education at its worst. These interns are kept up for three nights in a row. What can you do under that highly stressful situation? What you can do is make a lot of mistakes and be susceptible to mind control – virtual hypnosis. You graduate with no education in nutrition, you graduate with no knowledge of holistics and natural healing, and you are ultimately a mind controlled manipulated slave of the pharmaceutical industry...” 2
"Medical schools conduct a virtual hazing process they call professional training. After prolonged intense studies, and life-and-health-jeopardizing clinical exposures, medical residents are deprived of sleep, sometimes for days…
This form of high-stress trauma-based education is completely consistent with standardized techniques used in mind control and cult indoctrination programs. This is commonly called brainwashing, but it is really a subtle form of hypnosis that relies on fear and trauma to capture and control your attention and shape your behavior." 3
Dr. Alvin Mahoney adds:
“[You suffer from]… sleep deprivation, light deprivation – you never see the sun for an entire summer… It’s brutal.  It’s traumatic. And almost everybody that comes out of there has some kind of post-traumatic stress disorder…
When it came exam time… they would take you to this special room in a special building that you had never been to before called the red room.  And you would pile up like sheeple – like cattle – outside of the red room.  And you’ve got 100+ students altogether about to take a big exam and, you know if you don’t pass this exam, you don’t get to move on.  And there’s a good chance you’re going to get kicked out of school, right?  So everybody is super stressed.  I mean, the energy in that room was so negative and so full of fear and toxic, it was unbelievable… And they would have you standing there for about a good 30 minutes and then they would let you into the exam room and then you would take the exam after you had this congestion of energy… It wasn’t until I started looking at mind control that I said – Man, that’s a mind control thing!  There was no reason why the door shouldn’t be open, we go in and take our seats.  And if we have to wait 30 minutes before the exam, that’s fine.  Why did they put us in this thing with all this energy and everybody’s tripping out and everybody’s worried?  It was just ridiculous… And why the color red? …The room itself was red.  Outside it was red.  Inside it was red.  The walls were red.  The chairs were red…  There’s a reason why the damn thing was called the red room… I’m not quite sure why they used the color red…  I know that there was a reason for that room being red.  There was a reason for us to be shackled up like cows going to the slaughter...”” 4
Indeed.  Several authors have noted the significance of using the color red if one wishes to evoke stress, fear, or trauma.
“[R]ed is associated with a sense of urgency… Red is known to be stimulating…  Exposing students to the color red prior to an exam has been shown to have a negative impact on test performance. Could it be that red overstimulates the mind, making it difficult to focus?”  5
“On the flag itself, we have the red of trauma, of the bloodshed of war and sacrifice, mixing with the white of pure consciousness, next to the blue skies of intellectual thought full of stars, re-presenting all the illuminated brotherhoods, fraternities, orders, lodges, etc, working together behind the scenes to create the trauma that makes prisoners of everyone under their influence…” 6
In addition to subjecting students to extremely high levels of stress and fear, medical training also involves repeatedly traumatizing students by forcing them to engage in atrocities that only a sociopath would feel OK about.  Let’s listen to the words of Barbara Rivera, founder of www.BirthPower.Org, as she describes some of the “training” she was subjected to before she ultimately quit working toward her animal-science degree at Rutgers University.
“…I’m not sure whether they’ve changed anything, but the belief is that puppies don’t remember the pain or that puppies don’t feel it.  So they just do those tail dockings and they take off the dewclaws with no anesthesia…
Usually at the vet that I worked at, you would hold the puppy… I only did one because I didn’t realize I could say no – it was so horrifying cause you had to hold the puppy and the puppy would poop and pee all over your pants screaming… then they would… sew it back up at the end of the tail while the puppy is crying…
Back when I started (20 years ago), they didn’t give animals pain medication… because they said that if the animal is in pain, they rest better… and that basically animals don’t feel pain like we do and there’s no need for it…
[T]here’s Ketoset, which is a drug that… puts them into a daze – a drug stupor – and it kind of like immobilizes them… [this was quite common] just paralyzing the animal and doing surgery on them… I think that might be a cause of a lot of behavioral problems… after the animals get spayed and neutered… I’ve been in many surgery rooms where, even on gas, either the dog or the cat will wake up during surgery…
I went to Rutgers University for my animal science degree… they also had a biology class which was, of course, dissecting a frog, which was very upsetting to me anyway, even though it [the frog] came dead in biology, because I knew that… I could’ve learned just as much information from a book or a video.  So to me it was like a useless waste of a death to an animal.  So it really was upsetting…
You can’t be fully present to do what you need to do when you know you’re doing something wrong – like right down to your soul.
The next class that I never took was Systems Physiology, which I heard from people who took the class that you actually took a live frog and anesthetized it and then dissected it alive.  And then also a rabbit – where you took a live rabbit, anesthetized it, opened it up and slowly did your experiments on the live rabbit.  And I also heard it was over a period of time that you did this.  So it really wasn’t just doing the rabbit and then the rabbit was dead.  I heard that… you did a couple of labs on this one rabbit until finally the rabbit was dead…  I had 12 credits to go and that was one of the classes that I was like – uh uh – not for me.  I think back then too… there were some places where students were standing up and saying ‘I don’t want to do this.  There should be an alternative for me.’  But that was a really radical thought at that time.  And I didn’t have the confidence to do that, especially because I didn’t have the grades.
Another class I did very bad in – it was a psychology course on learned helplessness.  And what it does – it highlighted the psychiatrists and their experiments on dogs—drowning dogs.  So what they would do is – they would put them in enclosures… where they… would leave them swimming for hours and hours and hours and hours until they finally gave up and drowned themselves.  And then they would save it [the dog], resuscitate them, and do it again.  So this was the class.  Based on studies like… shocking the dog every time they went to a landing where the only thing that could save them is if they go on a landing and then they would shock the dog…
You’re expected to sit there, like this is sanity, and learn it and then regurgitate back… It’s an atrocity.  So, you know, there’s a lot of classes I didn’t do very well in…
We went to the roundhouse which is a big barn – and a circle where people can sit and listen to a lecture in a barn with a live animal.  So the professor brought in a female cow and basically described the reproductive cycle.  And then he gets on a glove that goes up to here [top of the arm] and he says – ‘anyone who wants to do an exam, just put on a glove.’  There must’ve been about 45 students and I’m sitting there going – ‘they’re going to gang bang this cow, just for anybody who’s interested to check to see what the uterus looks like?’  So I don’t know how many did it, but plenty did it… Of course the cow – they restrain them in a metal cage so they can’t back up and they can’t go forward… immobilized in a room full of people…. 7
In fact, what Barbara has just described is the absolute torture of innocents that is part and parcel of medical training and mind-control programming.  The repeated drowning 8 and electro­shocking of an innocent dog, for example, is an obvious form of mind control torture 9 (similar to water boarding) through which the dog is being trained in “learned helplessness” and the students are being trained to dissociate (detach their minds from the emotional state of their body).  Dissociation causes the student to allow an alter personality to come forward – one that will be willing to commit sadistic and cruel acts in the name of medicine or science or psychiatry or veterinary medicine or whatever professional field the student is seeking entry into.  These cruel experiments on dogs are also used in U.S. government/CIA mind-control and torture programs, to wit:
“At the helm of this human experimentation project were two psychologists hired by the CIA, James Mitchell and Bruce Jessen… they had Air Force experience in studying the effects of torture on American prisoners of war, as well as a curiosity about whether theories of “learned helplessness” derived from experiments on dogs might work on human enemies… [they] engaged in techniques intended to produce ‘debility, disorientation and dread.’… [T]hey produce the condition of total submission… 10 [emphasis added]
Dr. Mahoney also describes an experience of dog torture during his medical training:
“…I’ll tell you one of the things that was traumatic for me because I’m an animal lover… So we go into this suture class… and guess who the suture victims were?  It’s not some fake skin that you can just learn your technique on.  No, it was live dogs.  I’m like – oh, this is not going to work for me folks.  They’re like, no you’re going to do it or you will not be in school.  So I had to do something that was completely against my nature, completely traumatic to me.  Now… you’re basically killing the dogs.  You’re practicing on dogs… They haul in these dogs on dog beds, like the dogs are the patients.  They’re hooked up to anesthesia… and you have to make the incisions, you have to clean up the wound, and you have to suture the wound.  And then you have the instructors coming around in the dog lab – the suture lab – grading you on how well you suture.  I’m like – hell, I don’t even want to be a surgeon.  Do I need to do this shit?” 11
Good question!  The answer, of course, is NO!  You don’t “need” to do it, but you WILL do if you are determined to become part of the cult of modern medicine.  Dogs are likely chosen for this type of “training” because they are extraordinarily loving and because harming a dog goes against every ounce of goodness in the human soul.  But this is what mind-control conditioning is all about!  It’s a direct assault on love!  It requires the betrayal of love in order that dissociation occur causing a separation from the soul.   In truth, it is highly likely that the dogs being used for this sadistic training (mind control programming) are not anesthetized at all, but rather paralyzed, and the poor creatures are probably feeling everything that the students are being forced to do to them.  Naturally, whether the students are conscious of this fact or not, they will instinctually feel the dog’s stress and pain as each one of them cuts into the dog’s flesh, digs around (“cleans out”) the wound, and then sews it up.  And yet, despite the obvious evil that is happening, and despite their own physical and emotional discomfort, the majority of medical students will perform these actions anyway, which for many, will require them to dissociate so that an alter personality can step in and go through the motions of torturing the dog.  Sadly, their souls will be feeling the agony of everything they are doing but will have no ability to stop the abominable actions since the personality that should be inhabiting the body has disassociated. Once this dissociation happens, the mind control programming is almost complete.  It has caused a much desired split in the psyche and has summoned the appearance of a walk-in personality that lacks empathy and is desensitized to the pain of other beings.
“I’ll tell you a brief story about me going to an anatomy class… My best friend, and my brother… came to visit me up at Howard University and wanted to know “What are you learning?  What is this medicine thing about?” And I said, “Well, I’m working on a cadaver right now… I’ll take you to the anatomy lab.  I’ll let you in.  I’ll let you see what’s going on and explain to you some of the stuff that’s going on inside your body…”  Thinking they would have no problem with it, right?  Because I’m already desensitized to it… 

I take them into the lab…  On one side there’s nothing but heads on a metal stick… then there’s the metal caskets, for lack of a better word, but that’s where we had the bodies in a solution of formaldehyde.  You roll the thing open and the body rises up.  And so I’m raising the body up… to the cadaver I was working on and I’m talking.  At that point, I thought they were still there….  I must have talked for about 10 minutes or so.  I turned around, there was nobody there…. I put the body down, turned off the lights, went outside and I’m like – what the hell happened to you guys?  They’re like – “No f’n way.  That’s some Frankenstein shit…” 
“…The stuff that we get exposed to as doctors – it’s not natural… But…, if you’re going to make it through medical school, you better suck it up and deal with it…  But to them [my friend and brother], it really was Frankenstein.  It was insanity.  And that has a way of also traumatizing you.  You’re breathing in formaldehyde.  You’re dealing with dead bodies.  You’re dealing with a culture of death.  And so that, in itself, you become desensitized – to life even…” 12
Indeed, what Dr. Mahoney has just described sounds like a scene from a dark satanic nightmare.  Clearly, a room full of heads on sticks and dead bodies in metal caskets that rise up on demand is not only abnormal, but extremely dark and deranged.  The fact that this medical trainee had become completely desensitized to it is an indication that the mind-control programming had worked (although, in Dr. Mahoney’s case, it did not work for long).
1. Barbara Rivera of in a private interview with Jeanice Barcelo on May 31, 2014.
2.  Dr. Leonard Horowitz, “Vaccine Fraud” on Coast 2 Coast AM as quoted at
3. Dr. Leonard Horowitz, as quoted by Lenon Honor at Trauma Based Mind Control The Making of Medical Doctors, June 21, 2013, (Preview)
Quote can also be found here, as cited from “In Lies We Trust, Part 4”-
4. Dr. Alvin Mahoney in a radio interview with Lenon Honor,,  Trauma Based Mind Control The Making of Medical Doctors, June 21, 2013,
5.  musicis2words, The Use of Color in Mind Control Conditioning, Metaphysical Forensics, March 21, 2014,
6. Arthur and Fiona Cristian, Darkness Visible:  The Freemasonic World In Plain Sight, Love for Life, December 14, 2014,
7. Barbara Rivera of in a private interview with Jeanice Barcelo on May 31, 2014.
8. Nick Wing, Here Are The Most Horrific Details From The Senate Torture Report, Huffington Post, December 9, 2014,
9.  Karriker, W., Torture-based mind control: Empirical research, programmer methods, effects and treatment. Workshop conducted at the 13th International Conference on Violence, Abuse and Trauma, September 2008, San Diego, CA. and Monarch/MKULTRA/SRA Child Abuse,
10.Lisa Hajjar, The CIA Didn’t Just Torture, It Experimented on Human Beings, The, December 16, 2014.
11. Ibid.
12. Dr. Alvin Mahoney in a radio interview with Lenon Honor,,  Trauma Based Mind Control The Making of Medical Doctors, June 21, 2013,
Jeanice Barcelo, M.A.
Educator and Activist
TV and Radio Show Host
Birth Trauma Prevention & Healing