Project Monarch

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Project Monarch is the alleged continuation (or subset) of Project MKULTRA conducted by the CIA during the 60's. The overall information on the subject comes from a multitude of sources, including personal testimonies.

As of July 2016, Wikipedia had a redirect for this name to Cathy O'Brien.

The Project[edit]

Similar to project MKULTRA, Monarch is about mind-control (creating a mind control slave). This involves erasure of memory, replacing existing memories, and having the subject respond to certain 'trigger words'. This conspiracy shares many similarities with the, "Manchurian Candidate" (a written novel).

Key points[edit]

  • Subjects often call themselves, "survivors". They usually devote themselves to Jesus Christ to heal from the psychological trauma.
  • Survivors often say they come from prominent military families
  • When the ego breaks, it splinters into 2 parts: the ego and the alter ego (and sometimes more)
  • Alters are often trained in combat and assassinations

Cathy O'Brien[edit]

Cathy O'Brien is the most prominent survivor. She details a horrific childhood:

O'Brien claims "Project Monarch" caused her to develop multiple personality disorder but during alternate personality episodes, she has photographic recall. O'Brien's Trance Formation of America has been credited as originating "one of the most significant" and "extreme" mind control conspiracy theories, and her claim of links between satanic ritual abuse and MKUltra have influenced popular conspiracy culture.
According to scholar Michael Barkun, "scholarly and journalistic treatments of MKUltra make no mention of a Project Monarch". Barkun describes O'Brien's account as "sensational even by the standards of conspiracy literature" and notes that even black helicopter conspiracy theorist Jim Keith considered it "fraudulent or delusional". Jodi Dean cited O'Brien's claims as an example of conspiracy theorists' tendency to excessive "leaps in imagination and willingness to deviate from common sense".
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