Tuesday, September 06, 2011

Part 11 - Rango - Trauma-based Mind Control, Remote Viewing and Psychoactive Drugs

Rango, the animated feature has been demonstrated to be what may be considered an Illuminati production. This vehicle is layered with trauma-based mind-control elements and testifies of the elite's plans to dominate the world. The agent who is really behind the scenes pulling the strings is the Illuminist known as Lucifer, light bearer. Yet, he and his servants can do no more or less than ordained by the sovereign Creator, father of my Lord Jesus Christ, Y'shua HaMashiach!

As in the previous post, I must provide a caveat. If reading here begins to make you uncomfortable, please stop immediately. You may have been subject to mind-control programming without realizing it. If you are already seeing a qualified therapist for DID and they approve this for you, congratulations! Please continue. If you have not found a qualified therapist, email me at gmail (theopenscroll) and I'll offer what help I can for direction.

In the last episode of this Rango exposé we saw the chameleon framed by squares that were drawn on glass to picture a trauma-based mind-control victim's life as it's rigidly defined by a handler. In this post I'll address one more scene where Rango appears in such a frame.

The scene of note begins as Rango has just sauntered into the Gas Can Saloon for the first time. He orders water at the bar and everyone in the saloon laughs. The bartender gives him a bottle of cactus juice. He drinks some and freezes, going catatonic for a few moments. Then, this conversation begins.

Spoons: Hey there, fruit cup? You're a long ways from home, ain't ya? Who exactly are you?
[Rango looks at himself in the mirror behind the bar]
Rango: [thinking to himself] Who am I? I could be anyone.
[He gazes at the cactus juice bottle, from which he'll derive the name "Rango" from "Durango."]
Spoons: What's the matter? You missing your mommy's mangos?
Rango: As a matter of fact, I am. But not as much as your daddy's cookin'!

"Who are you" is the question the slave cannot truly answer because this is the essential identity issue. Multiple dissociated identities are present, many alter personas. When Rango says to himself, "Who am I," he's looking at himself framed in the mirror. That's a clue.

"As one survivor explains, their parts obey out of “complete resignation”: For these parts, the only reality they know is the reality created by the abusers, by their violent, punitive training and by their lies. The abusers say, “You’re utterly alone, there’s nothing more to your life than these missions/jobs/horrors, and every fiber of your being belongs to us.” They believe this. They have no sense of sovereignty over their own existence. The abusers define their identity and value..." (Ritual Abuse and Torture-based Mind Control: Reducing and Preventing Re-contact with Abusers by Ellen P. Lacter, Ph.D.)

Rango's identity and purpose is so defined, and each part or alter has its triggers. He gazes at the writing on the bottle of cactus juice and becomes the Rango alter persona.

The ability to change and adapt for self-preservation is why a chameleon is cast in the lead role of an alter switching multiple!

Spoons calls the chameleon "fruit cup" (aka fruit cocktail). This presents Rango as a mix of diced fruit, an apt description of a SRA/DID multiple! The fruits are the programs, according to The Illuminati Formula to Create An Undetectable Total Mind Controlled Slave by Springmeier and Wheeler.

When Spoons asks Rango if he's missing his mommy's mangos, it plays superficially like he's insulting him by calling him a baby. What this shows, however, is how mind-control programming targets young children, many even before they are weaned! The question also suggests an incestuous relationship between Rango and his mother, and incest is often practiced when ritually abusing a victim. When Rango replies with the silly come-back, he implies the close family ties that often exist between handlers and their victims.

Dr. Lacter wrote the following paragraph, excerpted from Relationships Between Mind Control Programming and Ritual Abuse.

"Installation of mind control programming relies on the capacity to dissociate, which permits the creation of new walled-off personalities to "hold" and "hide" programming. Already dissociative children are prime "candidates" for programming. Alternatively, very young children may be made dissociative by trauma-based programming. The extreme abuse inflicted on young children in intra-familial satanic and "black" witchcraft cults reliably causes dissociation. Children in these cults are programmed to the extent that the cult's leaders understand mind control programming. Organized and sophisticated abuser groups with world-power or organized crime agendas infiltrate these cults to gain access to these readily-programmable children. In exchange for the privilege of being allowed to install self-serving programs in these children, the organized abuser group provides the cult parent with a large fee (thousands of dollars), favor, or information, such as some of its programming secrets."

Psychoactive drugs are administered to victims to facilitate dissociation. In the featured saloon scene this is pictured in the drink Rango is given; cactus juice.

The bartender serves him the juice by sliding a cactus bottle that has needles sticking out down the bar. Rango grabs it and the needles go into his hand. A syringe is a needle. Handlers frequently administer psychoactive drugs to the chosen ones by injection.

This cactus juice is a reference to mescaline, derived from cactus like the peyote cactus. This interpretation is validated by the fly that drinks from the puddle of cactus juice Rango spills on the bar. After drinking some, the fly flips over and one eye pops out. This presents us with remote viewing, an occult practice facilitated by mescaline. If you saw Toy Story 3, Mrs. Potatohead had one eye popped out, and she was able to see things through the remote eye by which she was able to gain intelligence used by her "special team."

Mescaline was used by Joseph Mengele in developing his mind-control techniques. Do a Web search for mengele mescaline and another for mescaline remote viewing and you'll get plenty of relevant results. Some agents programmed under such as MK-ULTRA and Monarch are particularly adept at remote viewing, as under the CIA's Stargate Project. (See [video] remote viewing and premonition experiment stargate project)

Rango drinks the cactus juice after watching the fly drink. Shortly, a distinctly different personality from the one we had seen previously emerges. The psychoactive drug administered facilitated his dissociation. In this alter he really begins to act out "his own story," the one the programmers assigned.

CIA and military projects program chosen ones to carry out strategic covert missions. Those with remote viewing talent collect intel and monitor persons and situations of interest. Most or all have assassin alters. Rango becomes a killer. He first kills the feared red-tailed hawk, even though that played as accidental. During two engagements with Rattlesnake Jake, his killer instinct was assessed. At the first, it was lacking in Rango. In the second, it was present. Jake, as I may show in another post, is another handler.

Rango, the character is a Monarch slave. Rango, the movie, is a programming tool.

More to follow, Lord willing!

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