Sunday, September 18, 2011

Part 14 - Rango - Beans as a SRA/DID multiple

I'm continuing to expose the trauma-based mind-controlled slave layer of the animated feature titled Rango. This is one of Satan's devices that supports the work of the other layer evident in Rango, the Horus or Antichrist Beast scheme.

Again, due to the subject matter of this post, a caveat is called for.

"A word of caution for survivors of intensively systematic mind control and/or some form of ritualized abuse: There are numerous “triggers” in this article. It is therefore recommended not to read it unless appropriate support systems are in place or if you have a thoroughly reintegrated personality." (Project Monarch: Nazi Mind Control by Ron Patton)

In Part 13 I presented Rattlesnake Jake as Dr. Green, Josef Mengele's Monarch programming identity, featuring a scene where he was abusing Beans. Once you come to recognize Jake as a handler, perceive Beans as a Monarch slave. Then, you can begin to understand the quirk for which Beans is known. She freezes. This happens when dissociating, which has been observed in some SRA/MK-ULTRA/Monarch victims. This freezing has been called catatonia but has also come to be referred to by therapists as tonic immobility.

"Tonic immobility is a basic defense strategy which has not been studied in depth in humans. Data suggest(sp) that it may be a relatively frequent phenomenon in victims of rape and sexual abuse, but its occurrence has not been systematically explored in other types of trauma." (Traumatic Events and Tonic Immobility)

One victim left the following testimony on a forum for PTSD (Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder). "I was eventually driven into a state of catatonia but my abusers. It was part of mind control programming. Catatonia was the 'tabla rassa' or empty minded state they wanted to try implant behaviors and directions. This is not a successful method of mind control." (PTDS Forum - post by Mercy on 8/24/11)

Certainly, the mind-control programming was not completely successful with Beans because she was the one who was suspicious of the Mayor, suspecting he was responsible for the town's water shortage. She was personally investigating the matter and agressively challenging the official story.

Clues scattered throughout the script suggest that Beans is suffering from tonic immobility resulting from trauma-based mind-control programming.

The first time Rango sees Beans freeze they are alone in the desert. As she unfreezes she finds Rango standing with his arm around her.

Beans: What?
Rango: What are you doing?
Beans: What...what are you doin'?
Rango: What am I doin?
Beans: You're...
Beans: You're cuddlin' me.
Rango: You were frozen.
Beans: No, I wasn't.
Rango: Yes, you were. You stopped talking.
Beans: Well,''s a defense mechanism. Actually, lots of lizards have it.
Rango: You're making that up!

"It's a defense mechanism," she says. Interpreted, what happens is that she dissociates in response to some trigger and this manifests in tonic immobility. This scene where Rango is "cuddlin'" Beans is less an attempt by the folks responsible to be cute than it is an allusion to the sexual abuse linked to tonic immobility. Victims are helpless to defend themselves against their abusers.

In another scene, the following exchange is heard after Beans freezes.

Rango: Why does she do that?
Furgus: It's a survival reflex.
Doc: Her switch is just broken.
Rango: Well, that's an inconvenience.

The SRA/DID multiple switches from one alter to another, like throwing a switch. Dissociating is a survival reflex. Bean's switch is broken. Her programming needs adjustment, maintenance, a season of reprogramming.

In another scene, allusion is made to two famous Monarch tools, "going through the looking glass," from Alice in Wonderland (..."some place wonderful") and, what is referred to as "going over the rainbow," from The Wizard of Oz. When a multiple is being programmed, the dissociation is encouraged by directing a slave to go to such a safe happy place when the trauma is being induced through severe abuse. Consider the following dialogue in this regard.

Rango: You ever feel like those things are lookin' at you? [referring to the cactus behind him]
Beans: That's a Spanish Dagger. But around here we just call 'em the Walkin' Cactus.
Rango: Walkin'?
Beans: There's an old legend they actually walk across the desert to find water. When I was a little girl I'd stay up late watchin' them to see if they move. I thought if I could follow them, they'd lead me to some place wonderful. Some place with enough water for everyone. Night after night I watched 'em. I never saw 'em move.
Rango: But you're still watching.
Beans: Who didn't wanna find some place wonderful?
Rango: We'll find the water, Beans. I promise you.

The following paragraphs are excerpted from the VC's "Origins and Techniques of Monarch Mind Control" article.

"Dissociation is thus achieved by traumatizing the subject, using systematic abuse and using terrifying occult rituals. Once a split in the core personality occurs, an “internal world” can be created and alter personas can be programmed using tools such as music, movies (especially Disney productions) and fairy tales. These visual and audio aids enhance the programming process using images, symbols, meanings and concepts. Created alters can then be accessed using trigger words or symbols programmed into the subject’s psyche by the handler. Some of the most common internal images seen by mind control slaves are trees, Cabalistic Tree of life, infinity loops, ancient symbols and letters, spider webs, mirrors, glass shattering, masks, castles, mazes, demons, butterflies, hour glasses, clocks and robots. These symbols are commonly inserted in popular culture movies and videos for two reasons: to desensitize the majority of the population, using subliminals and neuro-linguistic programming and to deliberately construct specific triggers and keys for base programming of highly-impressionable MONARCH children."

"In each case, the slave is given a particular interpretation of the movie’s storyline in order to enhance programming. For example, a slave watching The Wizard of Oz is taught that “somewhere over the rainbow” is the “happy place” dissociative trauma slaves must go to in order to escape the unbearable pain being inflicted upon them. Using the movie, programmers encourage slaves to go “over the rainbow” and dissociate, effectively separating their minds from their bodies."

It's common for the trauma inducing activity that creates Monarch-SRA/DID slaves to include confinement in boxes, cages or coffins. This was Monarch slave Rango's situation when the film opened and we see him in his terrarium, confined, restricted to that small box that defined the lonely world where he lived in solitude. This is the context for understanding the following scene.

[A wolf is heard howling in the night.]
Beans: That's such a lonely sound. You ever get lonely?
Rango: Sometimes.
Beans: I can't imagine it. You're such a charmer and everyone likes you so much. I never made friends easily like that.
Rango: No?
Beans: No. We're pretty isolated out there on the ranch. Sorta of like being sealed up in a little box. Don't really see uh...a lot of folks.
Rango: I wouldn't know what that's like.

Beans describes what Rango knew quite well, isolation in an environment provided by a handler as "sealed up in a little box." When Rango is pictured in a vending machine inside a box of licorice it is as though he is trapped in a coffin, helpless, doomed. References to Monarch programming really do appear throughout this animated feature!

I'm going to close this post with one more observation, one that involves the opening sequence when the chameleon was presented in his "little box" terrarium, playing out his fantasy role as a Shakespearean actor. The names of two of the characters Rango shares the stage with reveal the Monarch programming relationships.

Rango: People, we've talked about this! Acting is reacting.
[Turning to address the palm tree]
Rango: Victor, you were wooden! There, I said it.
[Turning to address the wind-up plastic fish in the pool]
Rango: Mister Tims, you were good. Perhaps a little too good! What's that, Victor?
[Turning again to address the palm tree]
Rango: My character's undefined? That's absurd! I know who I am. I'm theeee....I'm the guy! The protagonist, the hero! Every story needs a hero! I mean, who else is better qualified to bask in the adulation of his numerous companions!

The character represented by the palm tree is the one who has the insight and the role as Rango's critic, a role with authority. His name is Victor, as one who has victory over an opponent, the conqueror. The fish is a plastic wind-up fish, mechanical, walleyed, with a blank look. The plastic fish is named Mr. Tims. Victor - Mr. Tims. What's Mr. Tims' first name? Vic? Vic Tims? Victor - Vic Tims, victims? Right. Victor - the Monarch handler. The critic, whose judgment matters because he is the conqueror. Mr. Tims is the Monarch slave, the victim, mechanical, controlled, rigidly programmed, emotionally - a blank.

Am I reaching here? No, this is in keeping with everything else in view. The reasonable conclusion is that Rango, the animated feature, is a Monarch tool, a device used to leverage Satan's Horus plan and bring the Beast and the mark of the Beast to reality through a remotely triggered mind-controlled army of zombie super-soldiers!

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