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Unshackled: A Survivor's Story of Mind Control

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Kathleen Sullivan was once an assassin, prostitute and human guinea pig for satanic rituals and "experiments." A shocking account of Sullivan's experiences as part of a criminal network that includes Intelligence personnel, military personnel, doctors and mental health professionals contracted by the military and CIA, criminal cult leaders and members, pedophiles, pornographers, drug dealers and Nazis. This network included her own father, who brutalized his daughter for years and even forced her to kill her own ...
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Overview

Kathleen Sullivan was once an assassin, prostitute and human guinea pig for satanic rituals and "experiments." A shocking account of Sullivan's experiences as part of a criminal network that includes Intelligence personnel, military personnel, doctors and mental health professionals contracted by the military and CIA, criminal cult leaders and members, pedophiles, pornographers, drug dealers and Nazis. This network included her own father, who brutalized his daughter for years and even forced her to kill her own infant child. A true account of "Manchurian Candidate" style mind-control techniques that create alter-states in unwitting victims, to perform deeds that are normally repugnant. A victim of mind control from childhood, until recently, when vivid flashbacks and nightmares started to leak the horrible truth, Sullivan had no recollection of any of these activities.
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  • ISBN-13: 9781893302358
  • Publisher: Dandelion Enterprises
  • Publication date: 10/28/2006
  • Pages: 488
  • Sales rank: 781,253
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 1.09 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 28, 2011

    Powerful book

    This account of unimaginable horor that this survivor had to go through is powerful. She put alot of time and effort in this book to share her story.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 1, 2012

    I believe what the author shared in her book is true, and that s

    I believe what the author shared in her book is true, and that she was very brave to reach out and share her experience with others through this book. Many times people that share this kind of information with the public and try to share the truth about what has happened or is happening, have people come around to try to discredit the person because they don't want the truth to be told. Then they try to bring the ratings down on a book to hopefully turn people away from reading it and being informed about these types of abuse.

    Truth be told, this book is also an excellent resource for therapists, other health professionals, as well as support persons to a survivor of extreme abuse. Though I do not recommend a survivor to try to read it on their own, but with a support person, due to it's content. I give this book 5 stars.

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  • Posted October 4, 2009

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    Raw truth of evil survived

    Kathleen Sullivan dug deep into the evils that have befallen so many of we, the survivors of the union between satanic ritual abuse and the government's mind control programs; the truth is raw, the evil incomprehensible to the general populace, and a testimony to the triumph of the spirit over the most horrific tortures of body, soul, mind and spirit human kind can perpetrate against their children in the name of science or cult belief systems. Many television series and movies are coming out and presenting our stories within fictitious settings; some glamorous, some anything but comfortable for viewing. This book is an absolute necessity for those who seek truth about this subject matter, or endeavor to help or treat those with the psychological scars we, the survivors, are left to heal from. Few realize the personal agony it takes to document for oneself and others, the truth of "absolute, unaccountable authority" turned from "for the good of mankind" to the evils chosen under those banners. The writer presents her true story with unflinching honesty; I commend her for this raw and compelling autobiographical account of a part of American history you will not read in textbooks. To know truth, I highly recommend "Unshackled".

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 21, 2009

    Great book - a must read

    This was an excellent book. The author had tremendous courage in writing this book and the material she covered is important for all to know about.
    The crimes of ritual abuse and mind control have been going for a long time and it is important that this author exposed these crimes. I highly recommend that people read this book.

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  • Posted September 22, 2009

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    Reality from the inside out

    Unshackled: A Survivor's Story of Mind Control by Kathleen Sullivan deserves a most unique place in your reading collection. This revelatory piece of work paints the frighteningly horrific domain of child abuse with a mind control agenda for existing agency use. Beyond hidden group rituals may well lie organizations under the protection of government studies.

    Sullivan offers hope as a survivor of the unimaginable atrocities of torture and passage within the framework of life without choice in an altered reality. Whether or not therapists believe this work to come from our ""present physical world," the text reaches to explain the landscape of mind stemming from utter hell.

    It more than suggests a power of spirit within the survivor to come to grips with the shattering existance of living in the shadowland of evil. Whatever your concept of truth may be, this book will affect your sense of balance in our world. In this lifetime one should be ever vigilant about the mask of well being. You needn't let the dark side into your presence, but one must recognize its face. Courage and responsibility are mandated.

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  • Posted September 22, 2009

    Frightening memories of a brainwashed child

    In 1955, the author of Unshackled was born into a life that few readers can imagine. There are scoffers who will see this chronicle as fiction rather than fact. For that assumption, they can thank their lucky stars.

    In 2001, Kathleen Sullivan began the horrifying task of assembling and connecting the fragments representing a lifetime of repressed memories. Beginning in infancy, the acts she endured were unspeakable. Beginning with her parents, she was brainwashed, sexually programmed, and fragmented by various groups and agencies to do their will. Aryan networks, the CIA and other government entities, as well as church sponsored groups contributed to her nightmare life. The goodness in her survived through subterfuge and trance-like states imposed by the author's strong will. The life created for her - and unnumbered others like her - lend new meaning to the word "terrorism."

    The safety and trust most children know was denied her. Pre set code words, sounds, or scenarios were used each time whe was to particpate in covert operations. Effectively compartmentalized rage was triggered for the darker deeds her handlers demanded of her. Carefully cultivated sexuality emerged when needed. And fear of death or harm to helpless children controlled any possible rebellion on her part.

    When old memories emerge uncontrolled, and her healing process begins, Ms. Sullivan's life is in danger. She knows the identities of CIA operatives, handlers, and politicians who participated willingly in the programming process and operations. Instead of telling her story from behind a curtain of anonymity, she decides to expose the truth by standing strong, without disguises.

    And Kathleen Sullivan does stand strong in Unshackled. No punches are pulled and no harsh betrayals are softened. The most amazing thing of all is that she can still believe that - given the chance - goodness can triumph over evil.

    The subject matter may be too graphic at times for young or sensitive readers. Trauma victims and people with Multiple Personality Disorder may be troubled by the content. Otherwise, readers who suspect or believe that home grown terrorists can thrive within the confines of our country need to read this book.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 6, 2009

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    I know that this female author is not lying. The person who wrote those derrogatory comments about Ms. Sullivan thought that claiming to know the author personally and professionally will lend credit to an attack on the author. It doesn't matter if they did know her or not. Thank goodness I know better than to believe that reviewer.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 30, 2008

    Content is delusional and the rantings of an emotionally unstable person.

    I know Kathleen Sullivan personally and professionally. She is a hysteric looking for emotional drama and fullfillment using drama and lies to get attention. The content of the book is all fabricated, many real survivors of mind control have disputed her statements. Kathleen will intentionally lie and turn everyone she meets into a predator and perpetrator, for her own gain. If you like fantasy writing and lies, then this is the book for you.

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