In 1884 the daughter of a Russian general, Mlle. Justine Glinka, was endeavoring to serve her country in Paris by obtaining political information, which she communicated to General Orgevskii in St. Petersburg. For this purpose she employed a Jew, Joseph Schorst, member of the Mizraim Lodge in Paris. One day Schorst offered to obtain for her a document of great importance to Russia, on payment of 2,500 francs. This sum being received from St. Petersburg was paid over and the document handed to Mlle. Glinka. She forwarded the French original, accompanied by a Russian translation, to Orgevskii, who in turn handed it to his chief, General Cherevin, for transmission to the Tsar. But Cherevin, under obligation to wealthy Jews, refused to transmit it, merely filing it in the archives.
The “Analysis and Assessment of Gateway Process” was declassified last year and I highly suggest you read it, I’ll include the link(s) below.
“…this is occurring at very long wavelength of about 40,000km, or just about the perimeter of the planet. In other words, the signal from the movement of our bodies will go around the world in about one seventh of a second through the electrostatic field which we are embedded. Such a long wavelength knows no obstacles and its strength does not attenuate much over long distances. Naturally it will go through just about anything; metal, concrete, water and the fields making up our bodies. It is also the ideal medium for conveying a telepathic signal….”
-Itzhak Bentov, a scientist who worked on the CIA’s Gateway Process.
Gaslighting — a kind of psychological manipulation where an abuser causes one to question their perception of reality through repeated systematic lies and downplaying their own actions — has become a popular term in the era of Trump. It’s the concept that helped skyrocket a previously buttoned up Teen Vogue into the wakeness stratosphere; it’s since been trotted out many times as a way to explain the alternate reality being peddled by the president and his cronies in the Oval Office. As Carpenter came to understand what happened to her, she also realized she wasn’t the only one who had been gaslit — and now she’s literally written the book on the subject.