In an article in the Denver Westword, the paper claims to have spoken with an inmate who said that James Holmes, the Aurora, Colorado killer, confessed to him that he was programmed to kill by an “evil therapist.”
Netflix’s original series “Stranger Things” became an overnight sensation not only because it is loaded with millennial nostalgia, but because it mainstreamed what was once considered a government conspiracy, the nefarious CIA’s covert MK Ultra program, also known as Monarch programming, which employed ritualistic abuse, sensory deprivation, hypnosis and isolation on young children to produce disassociative mental states in order to control their minds.
Even more interesting is Winona Ryder’s role in the Netflix series, who has a real-life connection to Timothy Leary and the West Memphis 3. Leary is Ryder’s Godfather and the premier pioneer in experimenting with psychedelic drugs to control and harness the human mind. His seminal work was identifying and isolating particular personality traits. Stranger still is that Ryder publicly came out in support of the release of the three men accused of killing three Memphis boys—the West Memphis 3—in a satanic attack in 1993.
Dr. Timothy Leary, a clinical psychologist, publicly confessed that he wanted to transform American culture through the use of LSD and fought to take psychedelic drugs from the laboratory to U.S. campuses. As Leary so infamously said, “turn on, tune in and drop out.” He also infamously declared that he wanted to continue the work of Aleister Crowley, who was engaged in satanic ritual abuse.
Winona Ryder (real name Winona Laura Horowitz) is connected then to a man who publicly declared himself a disciple of Crowley and who participated in ritualistic satanic abuse. So the question is whether Ryder is or was under direct mind control herself, particularly when one breaks down her strange behavior at the SAG Awards in 2017 and her psychotic breakdown when she stole from a major retailer at the height of her career.
Ryder’s breakdown occurred around the same age as other mind-control victims, when she was arrested at age 30, however she was committed to a psychiatric ward briefly when she was just 20. Just think Britney Spears and Amanda Bynes. Spears public meltdown occurred in 2007 when she was 25, where after shaving her head she was hospitalized and placed under the conservatorship of her parents. Bynes was aged 28 when she broke down and later sent out the bizarre tweet, “I am Britney Spears.”
According to the Daily Mail, “During their respective meltdowns, crisis manager Sam Lufti played a role in their lives. Sam was Britney’s manager at the time of her mental health issues and accused by the star’s parents of drugging her and taking control of her finances.” Is it possible that Lufti was Spears and Bynes monarch program “handler?” Maybe. In the MK Ultra program, an alter ego is often created that enables the performer to do things which they wouldn’t normally do. During a breakdown, there is a disconnect between the person and their alter ego, a moment in which they realize they have no control over their actions and public presence and memories of trauma resurface.
Ryder certainly has an unusual background where she was raised on a commune by parents who were significant drug users. Ryder confessed in earlier interviews about her life that she was a socially awkward child. Ryder admits that the commune had no electricity and that it was extremely isolated. When her parents moved to what was essentially a suburban area later in her childhood, Ryder couldn’t assimilate.
Winona’s mother was an author, video producer and an editor. Her father, also an editor, worked for Timothy Leary as his archivist. Ryder’s middle name came from her parents’ friendship with Laura Huxley, who was married to Aldous Huxley, the creator of the dystopian novel Brave New World.
Huxley later wrote another novel about psychedelic drugs before moving to Los Angeles where he became steeped in parapsychology and philosophical mysticism. Parapsychology is a field of study concerned with the investigation of psychic phenomena including telepathy, precognition, clairvoyance, psychokinesis, near-death experiences, reincarnation, apparitional experiences and other paranormal claims.
And “Stranger Things” is certainly full of parapsychology and esoteric symbolism, most noticeably its alternate dimension, the Upside Down (so above, so below). Other occult and mystical symbolism can be seen throughout the series: in the owl over the crib, the white rabbit, the search for the gate/portal, the use of 33 and 7 throughout the series, the Monarch butterfly Eleven’s “sister” produced in season 2, and the name of the main character, Eleven, or El for short, one of the names of God. In the first season, El even sacrifices herself for the good of the others.
I don’t believe in coincidences. Hollywood, which is full of mind-controlled stars, has been telling us for some time through the movies they choose to produce what is actually happening, such as the 1999 movie “Eyes Wide Shut” and the Bourne Identity movies. One which features mind-controlled sex slaves, the other a super soldier of sorts.
In “Eyes Wide Shut” we are treated to a peak behind the curtain of a sexually charged secret elite society. There are dozens of theories on what the movie is about, but one is that Kubrick, who produced the film, was exposing the real-life Illuminati and its use of mind-controlled sex slaves. And just like “Stranger Things,” rainbows and Christmas lights appear in many scenes throughout the movie. In “Stranger Things,” Eleven’s mother repeatedly mumbles incoherently throughout the movie: “Breathe. Sunflower. Rainbow. Three to the right, four to the left. 450.”
In MK Ultra venacular, “going over the rainbow” means dissociating from reality and entering another persona. In “Stranger Things,” Ryder’s son Will, who is trapped in the Upside Down, communicates with her through multicolored Christmas lights.
Although the MK Ultra program was officially disbanded in the the 1970s, most people familiar with this government operation don’t believe that the program ever ended, it just evolved into DARPA and went deeper. And many people believe that those under mind control have been used as patsies in mass shootings, particularly the 2012 theater massacre in Aurora, Colorado that involved the zombie-like James Holmes. Holmes came on the radar when he opened fired in the theater where movie-goers were watching “Batman The Dark Knight Rises.”
In an article in the Denver Westword, the paper claims to have spoken with an inmate who said that Holmes confessed to him that he was programmed to kill by an “evil therapist.” Stranger still, is Holmes family ties to DARPA and several government research centers that have been linked to programs on creating super soldiers. Employees of these federal labs were warned not to talk to the press about Holmes following the shooting.
The satanic ritual abuse of Aleister Crowly who was admired by Timothy Leary, becomes even more meaningful in light of Ryder’s involvement in fighting to exonerate the West Memphis 3 killers, who were accused of killing three eight-year-old boys in 1993 in Tennessee in a satanic ritual. Ryder and a slew of other celebrities have all maintained that the West Memphis 3 are innocent.
Interestingly, in “Stranger Things,” the last names given to Eleven is Ives, the last name of one of the boys in the West Memphis 3 incident. Will Byers, Ryder’s son who goes missing in the Upside Down, is also given the surname of one of the victims, Christopher Byers.
One has to wonder in a world where mind control, satanic rituals and other government-controlled elites why so many Hollywood insiders were so eager to have the Memphis 3 released and whether something else may be going on. There are plenty of good causes for celebrities to get behind, I just find this to be one of the strangest.