I want to give everyone the head's up, TrineDay Publishing, the same company that published Nick Bryant's book about the Franklin Scandal, and published Henry Vinson and Nick Bryants' "Confessions of a DC Madam," will soon be releasing a book by purported Monarch mind control survivor Juliette Engel, MD. The name of the book is "Sparky- Surviving Sex Magick," and is scheduled for release in March this year (You can pre-order the book here).
In my opinion, TrineDay Publishing (run by publisher Kris Millegan out of Eugene OR) has a had a really solid track record publishing some very well-researched and well-reported books regarding the issues of child sex trafficking and pedophilia, including Nick Bryant's books, and also Dr. Lori Handrahan's "Epidemic- America's Trade in Child Rape," about America's child pornography and child sexual violence epidemic, which I believe is another well-researched book.
I know that the first-hand accounts of mind control and ritual abuse survivors can often be problematic, in terms of trying to figure out the validity of survivors claims. Obviously this is not meant as any kind of insult whatsoever to the survivor community, just speaking to the often difficult reality of trying to discern truth when it comes to this kind of topic. However, again TrineDay has had a real solid track record shining some light on child sex trafficking scandals, especially with Nick Bryant's "The Franklin Scandal." In addition, Dr. Engel appears to have an extensive background herself combating child sex trafficking, according to her bio, for 10 years she ran an anti-child trafficking organization in Moscow, Russia called the "MiraMed." So I do think Juliettte Engel's story is very much worth reading and researching amongst this community.
Here is a video of Juliette, who received an "Alumni Humanitarian Award" from the University of Washington School of Medicine. In the video, Juliette talks about her work running an "underground railroad" that rescued child trafficking victims from the former Soviet Union, and from other parts of Europe and from all over the world, and brought them to safety.
Here is Juliette Engel's own bio, on the TrineDay website:
"In the words of the author: I was born into a family of intelligence operatives and initiated into the CIA's newly established Monarch program in 1955 at the age of six. My childhood was defined by secrets as I struggled to stay alive in an illegal program of mind control and experimentation that had been signed into existence by Secretary of State John Foster Dulles in 1953. Amnesia—traumatic and drug induced—was part of the program of creating multiple identities. As a child, that meant living as different personas as I was moved from place to place, changing schools, making new friends. At age ten, I was selected for Sex Magick because I was tall, smart, and pretty. They were training me to be a sexual spy—a Vril girl, they said. They taught me the art of seduction as well as physics, Ariosophy, cybernetics, and selective genocide. I was considered gifted at remote viewing, having what they called PSI, and was sent to Stanford Research Institute for training.
I studied Russian history at the Hoover Institution with Dr. Alexander Kerensky, the first president of Soviet Russia while attending Palo Alto High School across the street. I was being programmed for Russia. In 1966, at the age of seventeen, I escaped from a camp in Big Sur. My life as a free person began on the first day of university. I had no memories before of my life before then and kept it that way through college, medical school, internship, and residency. My amnesia did not impede my work as a radiologist or mother. Once my children were grown, I sold my medical practice and started a foundation in Russia. For ten years I ran the Angel Coalition in Moscow, an underground railroad that rescued and repatriated child sex-trafficking survivors. In 2012, I attended a border security conference in Imperial Beach on the Mexican border. It was there on the briny wetlands of California that the childhood memories returned in a powerful surge. The chronology of my life and the details of my forgotten past became clear to me. The more I worked over the following years to research and verify what I remembered, the bigger the story became. —80 American universities, colleges, hospitals, plus 185 private contractors had engaged in 149 separate CIA-funded sub-projects involving mind control experimentation on children like me, including forced administration of mind-altering drugs (particularly LSD), hypnosis, sensory deprivation, isolation, sexual abuse, and torture. I had to write this story. So, I began at the beginning when I was six years old on the day my father sold me.
Juliette Michaelsen Engel, MD Born: February 18, 1949 in Geneva, Illinois, USA Current address: 115 Grant Avenue Takoma Park, MD 20012 EXPERIENCE Miramed Institute, Moscow, Russia Founder and Director, 1991- Present • Researched focus groups on women's healthcare in the former USSR (1991) • Founded MiraMed Womancare Center at Savior's Hospital of Peace and Charity, Moscow (1992) • Started outreach programs to Russian orphanages (1993) • Received accreditation for MiraMed to United Nations Commission on the Status of Women (1994) • Co-sponsored Women's Leadership Conference in Russia with the Council of Indigenous Peoples of Russia and Prologue, Russia (1995) • Co-sponsored 47 delegates from 4 countries to the United Nations Fourth World Conference on Women in Beijing (1995) • Lead first seminar on organizing women with women leaders of Nizhniy Novgorod, Russia (1996) • Began earliest anti-trafficking awareness and education programs for Russian village and orphanage girls (1996) • Expanded orphanage programs, and served as consultant to Russian parliament (1997) • Headed first direct intervention through educational awareness anti-trafficking program in six oblasts of Russia (1998) • Organized Russia's first multi-regional, multi-media public information campaign on sexual trafficking, and founded the MiraMed Independent Living and Social Adaptation Center for orphans in Moscow, St. Petersburg.''