The next challenge came in 1977 and carried far heavier implications. The magazine New West published a story based on interviews from ten Temple defectors. The article’s authors wrote, “Based on what these people told us, life inside Peoples Temple was a mixture of Spartan regimentation, fear and self-imposed humiliation” (Kilduff and Tracy). Former Temple member Elmer Mertle described a technique used by Jones called “catharsis,” a form of public humiliation. Mertle said in the article:

The first forms of punishment [in the Temple] were mental, where they would get up and totally disgrace and humiliate the person in front of the whole congregation. Jim would then come over and put his arm around the person and say, ‘I realize that you went through a lot, but it was for the cause. Father loves you and you’re a stronger person now. I can trust you more now that you’ve gone through and accepted this discipline.’ (Kilduff and Tracy)

SOURCE: Evidentiary documentary footage from BEAST BARRACKS Channel featuring clandestine organizational personnel engaging in an enhanced disciplinary ordeal involving trauma-based programming with specific algorithm prompts and recently developed psychic driving techniques. Quote excerpted from The Psychological Massacre: Jim Jones and the Peoples Temple by Rose Wunrow.



So many within the milieu of what constitutes the “Satanic” – perhaps in name only, as the questionable emphasis indicates – scoff at admonitions toward enactment of that which actually constitutes harm, that which actually facilitates terror – psychological and otherwise – though they may promote it as an aesthetic – though even that within limits – or reject it altogether in the erroneous-held conviction that the “true way”, the “liberating and adept-level” path toward darkness and an individuation most fell constitutes rejecting that which comes with very real risk and which lays the groundwork for harm most profound.

Our question to you is if you are within the demographic constituting that explicated above then why pursue a path which even in its most deracinated manifestations promotes itself to one way or another as transgressive? Why not pursue a safer, saner line of self-exploration? For the vectors for pursuing the same are many and numerous – though perhaps not possessing the glamor, however self-deceptive in nature, that a titular adherence to that which is “Satanic” might provide.

Those who genuinely seek a bleak path – a path that will draw the attention of the Undead Gods and indeed pave the way for transformation into one of the same in toto – know that the foul appetites of those who have transfigured, distorted and transformed themselves according to the principles of the harsh, black alchemy of vampirism are not decreased but rather accelerated – refined for the delectation of those who not only embody but enact true evil in the real-world – and seeding ruination and doom within the subtle energies upon which the human herd feed, though they know it not.

These appetites are not like the appetites of humans, or those lusting for a transformative state – albeit foul – though pursued in a consciousness most fiat and an enaction most ineffective – but rather those possessed of a predilection for and possessing a constitution suitable for bloodbath, wrath inhuman and breaking the uttermost limits of all that is sane and ethical. To turn the page and make the commitment to evil is but a seemingly slight move away, the ability to do so only hampered by one’s own consciousness and the lack of the genuinely demonic therein.

The means and methods have been long in the duration of their presentation, detail-intensive in the vectors by which the Undead can be propitiated and the methods by one can become them – situated in a platform of action both enacted and possible replete and contaminated to the very marrow by horror.

For those who pursue our way in name only – without qualification, without real predilection – know then this: we will drown you in oceans of blood. From beneath the aquine surfaces of that ever-churning, ever-consuming blood abyss will rise those truly of our kind – those who have descended into the interstices of interdimensional, interspecial horror within the grid – only to rise with a consciousness and physical constitution more fell, more horrible in scope and outside the bounds of that which is doable, or conceivable by that which is known.

The nature of the occult is that it is hidden – and that which goes on in secret will remain secret – and those who experience the depths of the same will never tell. Ex silentio, in terrorem.


“There are many possible alternative answers to the question of why victims are alleging things that don’t seem to be true….I believe that there is a middle ground – a continuum of possible activity. Some of what the victims allege may be true and accurate, some may be misperceived or distorted, some may be screened or symbolic, and some may be “contaminated” or false. The problem and challenge, especially for law enforcement, is to determine which is which. This can only be done through active investigation. I believe that the majority of victims alleging “ritual” abuse are in fact victims of some form of abuse or trauma.”

SOURCE: Video from BEAST BARRACKS Channel featuring anonymous clandestine organizational member engaged in trauma-induced programming session in early winter 2016. Quote from Investigator’s Guide to Allegations of “Ritual” Child Abuse by Kenneth V. Lanning, January 1992 archived here.



“One common function of trauma-based mind control programming is to cause the victim to physically and psychologically re-experience the torture used to install the programming should the victim consider violating its directives.” – Ellen P. Lacter, Ph.D., Mind Control: Simple to Complex





Day 1:

Hammer Strength Plate Loaded Supine Bench Press:

One set of twenty repetitions followed by nine sets of ten repetitions, continually adding more plates beginning at sixth set.

Incline Dumbbell Press:

One set of thirty repetitions followed by six sets of ten repetitions, utilizing higher poundage dumbells on each set climaxing with submaximal weight on last three sets.

Pectoral Flye Machine:

One warm-up set of twenty repetitions followed by six working sets of ten repetitions per.

Cable Crossover:

Seven sets of ten repetitions each.

Day 2:

Tricep Pushdowns:

One set of twenty repetitions followed by nine sets of ten repetitions.

Cable Bent-over Tricep Extension with rope attachment (one arm isolation):

Four sets of twenty repetitions (ten per arm, per set.)

Cable Bent-over Tricep Extension with rope attachment:

Seven sets of ten repetitions, utilizing higher poundage each set.

Barbell Lying Triceps Extension “Skullcrushers”:

Ten sets of ten repetitions.

Seated Dip machine:

Ten sets of as many repetitions possible, utilizing higher poundage each set.

Triceps Dips:

Ten sets of ten repetitions.

Day 3:

Dumbbell Curls or Dumbbell Hammer Curls:

Seven sets of twelve repetitions.

Barbell Curls:

Ten sets of twelve repetitions.

Following should be added on alternating weeks:

Cable Curls:

Ten sets of ten repetitions (adding more poundage each set.)

Additional chest training incorporated twice per month:

Barbell Bench Press:

Ten sets of ten repetitions.

Machine Bench Press:

Heaviest weight possible for as many sets and reps possible.

Day 4:

Decline Lat Pulldowns (plate-loaded):

Seven sets of twelve repetitions.

Cable Rows:

Seven sets of ten repetitions.

Straight-arm Pulldowns:

Seven sets of ten repetitions.

Two-handle Lat Pulldowns:

Seven sets of twelve repetitions.


Ten sets of ten repetitions.

Seated Rows:

Seven sets of twelve repetitions.

Day 5:

Shoulder Press Machine:

One set of twenty repetitions (warm-up) followed by ten working sets of ten repetitions each.

Barbell Military Press:

Seven sets of ten repetitions.

Reverse Overhead Deltoid Raise:

Seven sets of twelve repetitions.

Front Deltoid Raise:

Four sets of twenty repetitions.

Seated Smith Machine Military Press:

Seven sets of ten repetitions.


TOB personnel engaging in sub-surgical ordeal in the course of combined OMEGA and DELTA programming (MONARCH subsidiaries) under the unblinking gaze of DSG.

DELTA. This is known as “killer” programming, originally developed for training special agents or elite soldiers (i.e. Delta Force, First Earth Battalion, Mossad, etc.) in covert operations. Optimal adrenal output and controlled aggression is evident. Subjects are devoid of fear; very systematic in carrying out their assignment. Self-destruct or suicide instructions are layered in at this level.

OMEGA. A “self-destruct” form of programming, also known as “Code Green.” The corresponding behaviors include suicidal tendencies and/or self-mutilation. This program is generally activated when the victim/survivor begins therapy or interrogation and too much memory is being recovered.

SOURCE: Description of MONARCH subsidiaries taken from the article PROJECT MONARCH. Ordeal film footage from BEAST BARRACKS Channel, programming undertaken by SUBAGENT SPECIALIST SS66.




A long-fingered hand with sharpened fingernails painted jet black cradled a glass of bourbon – not top shelf, not bottom shelf but mid-range. Strong, high-proof and serviceable for the taste of the discerning and violent consumer. Another hand of similar make and model held a menthol cigarette burned halfway down, also of a potent variety however predictably high-priced, held betwixt thumb and forefinger in the European fashion rather than between fore and middle as common in America – though this was both the origin and the habitation of the one so imbibing.

Reddened eyes stared coldly and without lustre from beneath thick black brows, ringed in darkness though not that of an artificially cosmetic nature as she herself only adorned herself as such for the most dramatic of events but rather with that darkness which comes naturally from long days of arduous toil, induced stress and little sleep.

An old-fashioned wall clock clicked over one minute, then another, as her cigarette burned down, the ash beginning to droop sullenly and the two ice-cubes in her libation begin to melt and meld in a visually sickening oily fashion with the whiskey. The thirty-third minute of the third hour of the afternoon came with the full circumambulation of the second hand, audible in the otherwise quiet rambling country house and her face became alive, suffuse in the angry blush of rage as she flung the glass against the door frame, shattering it.

She rushed toward the door and began undoing the myriad security mechanisms as the sound of sirens erupted from the old highway beyond the field.


Always hatred, always – galvanizing her spine like a steel rod throughout the day and most of the night, in fact. Lying there beneath the skin, causing full-body tension throughout her musculature – muscles taut, ready to spring to action at the slightest hint of any goddamn thing, ready to spring for a bit of predatory activity or what her husband liked to call “pro-active self-defense”, like them snarling bobcats she heard fighting up in the hills as a girl.

Oftentimes anger – mostly impotent in days long past, impotent in that there wasn’t nearly a suitable outlet for it – but would an outlet only increase its potency, giving fuel to the figurative fire? That was a bit too philosophical of a peregrination for her liking, but an issue all the same and one she hadn’t quite worked out yet, though an outlet – suitable or otherwise – was always appreciated. Smashing a log against a tree was one thing, kicking a trestle and then having to deal with the afterburn of some ruined infrastructure and perhaps a half-ruined foot was one thing. A well-decided upon target and an expertly aimed – if somewhat brutish in delivery – cinderblock lobbed through a glass window (or a saw through a trestle – bigger trestle, preferably someone else’s) – or a coiled belt unfurled against someone else’s… well, there’s time enough for all of that on down the line.

Rage? Oh yes, rage was the absolute best of the whole entire goddamn lot – best left for those special moments, letting that particular screw out of the driver (or putting that particular pilot – well-pepped, mind you, into the cockpit) too casual-like wouldn’t do at all, not in a law abiding society. But when it came unbidden, or in that exact right moment where the Supreme Being turned the red light into a green (Code Green?) and gave you a free-pass A-’okay then that was, well, that was sweet, sweet possession.

She shifted from her thoughts and likewise shifted out of the old and somewhat dilapidated La-Z Boy (brand authenticity, unconfirmed) that was her somewhat supine place of residency during the off-hours during the day as well as being the usual place of living by her husband – also semi-supine, also during off-hours (though mirabile dictu – questionable) of the nocturnal hours, when she was displaced to the couch – or wandering about the outlying field through the near knee-high brush (the crop, she knew not – ruining the fallacy that everyone who lived rural had the wherewithal of a farmhand, much less that of a survivalist who knew which way was south-by-southwest depending on the fucking moss growth on a pine.)

Sometimes she would wander farther than the outlying field and find herself sulking around, slinking aimlessly in a few foot diameter by the mouth of the long dirt driveway – the mouth of their (rented) property to the highway or byway, depending on one’s unique perspective. To the mailman and to the form-fillers and form-readers it was still a “rural route” with an attached number, though she had thought that that particular nomenclature had gone out of use though not apparently in this part of the country.

Further than the mouth of the drive she didn’t often wander – at least by foot – and if by car, not alone, as her husband was the only one with a license and if that was expired (which she didn’t believe it was) he was at least the only “trained driver” on the land, her having never had the particular interest nor proclivity to put herself behind the driver’s seat (though there was certainly the pressure to adapt – a long, long time ago, it seemed now.)

And so she would stand – atop piled sand, driven down but still pliant beneath her feet and potentially dangerous embankments along the side (dangerous for those driving to fast, though obnoxious might be a better term) and flat, slightly cracked blacktop (greytop?) a foot off – seldom travelled but when so usually by the gusto and beer-filled operators of the modern two-ton truck, fast-food wrappers, beer cans and sometimes emptied cardboard twelve-packs or suitcases (beer suitcases – that means eighteen-to-twenty-four cans, for the inexperienced) flying from the fully descended electric windows, the sounds of the most recent culture-affirming Nashville band wafting through the windows. The other travellers, equally fast, would cruise by – often at similar speed but slightly less reckless – in newer model luxury cars, windows firmly sealed whatever the weather (to better cushion themselves to the peculiar and oh so custom comfort that their heating and air-conditioning systems afforded, at their expense – damn mother nature in the process) – off to one place or another, usually the other – her little patch of open road passed by and forgotten without so much as a thought.

She herself though had much to think about on this little patch of land – whether it be by day, when she stood demurely far back from the road proper to avoid the sight of any passing cars or by night – when she stood closer, sometimes standing in the middle of the faded middle line itself, by god, though quickly retreating to the shadows of the copse of crooked pine trees that provided some small concealment (the military-formation lines of planted regrowth, expertly spaced apart in the property across the street affording no such sanctuary.)

Where to go from here? The paths that had been well trod in the past, mostly by impetus of her husband (of which she – meeting him near the zenith of his more subversive activities, upon which immediately descended the beginning of twilight as the case often is in cold hard reality, had played a part) were only filament shadows on the night-like existence that they lived. Sure, there was maintenance – and maintenance well-maintained, thank you very much – no luxury, but much more luxury than they had bargained for in the interim – within the standards of the atypical rural American outcast. But as the wise-men (or malcontents) once said, living simply isn’t life. Where was the verve? The proverbial English cut of the dash? It didn’t seem to be here, that was sure enough – and the opportunities didn’t seem to be presenting themselves to the opportune, at least not in this squalid little sector of the backwoods.

That mild discontent swirling in her mind, lazily mind you, but present nonetheless, she slowly shuffled one-foot-in-front-of-the-other back down the sandy driveway to the house, presently empty, her mate and sole physical companion off exerting himself in his own lone daytime pursuits (equally grim – though he probably didn’t think so) – back through the door onto old wooden floorboards sinking here and there, catching the light glumly shining through the dry-rotten cheap curtains there and then – to lay upon a couch bought originally by someone else and to consider thoughts probably considered by millions of humanoids before her and after her alike, marginal in scope and partial in realization for a marginal and partial people.