Wu Siu Yan
30 Oct 2002
Svali (not real name) is one who had undergone terrible experiences,
Here is how it is done (how it was done to Svali, from her own words):
This is the first step. The animals get bigger over time, as the child gets older. They will be forced to kill an infant at some point, either a set-up or VR ( = Virtual Reality), or in reality. They will be taught by age 9 to put together a gun, to aim, and fire on target and on command. They will then practice on realistic mannikins. They will then practice on animals. They will then practice on "expendables" or in VR. They will be highly praised if they do well, and tortured if they don't comply.
The older the child or teen, the more advanced the training. By age 15, most children will also be forced to do hand to hand combat in front of spectators (high people who come to watch the "games" much as the ancient gladiators performed). These matches are rarely done to the death, usually until one child goes down. They use every type of weapon imaginable, and learn to fight for their lives. If a child loses a fight, they are heavily punished by their trainer, who loses "face". If they win, they are again praised for being "strong" and adept with weapons. By the time they are 21, they are well trained combat/killing machines with command codes to kill and they have been tested over and over to prove that they WILL obey on command. This is how children in the German Illuminati are brought up, I went through it myself.
Denial programming begins with the first experiences the infant goes through in life. The child has been horrendously wounded and traumatized, yet the next morning, the adults around him are acting normally, as if nothing had happened. They are modeling a lifestyle of denial for the infant and young child. This is reinforced later by the child being told:
"It was just a bad dream" (oh, how the child wants to believe this lie. It makes the pain less to think it didn't really happen)
"It's just your imagination; it isn't really happening" (which is again embraced as an escape from the horror). Denial will also be fed by the adults around the child telling them that they will never be believed if they disclose. There will be set ups to teach the child what they see and hear, and to teach the child to trust outside adults to tell them their reality.
A typical set up will go like this:
The adult will hold an object such as an orange in their hand, and ask the young child, about age two or three, "what is this?". The child will quickly respond, "oh, an orange!" The child will be shocked, and told, "no, it is an apple." The child will be confused, because what they are looking at is obviously an orange. It is the color orange, smells like an orange, looks like an orange. The question will be repeated. The child may answer again, "an orange," and will be shocked again. Finally, the child, unsure and not wanting to be punished, will say, "an apple," and be praised.
The purpose of this exercise is to teach the child to not trust their own reality, and look to outside adults or leaders to tell them what reality really is.
That is the basis of denial: the person learns to not trust their own reality, because of punishment and fear when they have spoken the truth.
Her full story may be read from
(Note : Part 1 to 18 are taken from her correspondences with someone who wrote to her after reading her story online, Chapter 1 to 15 are her book which publisher refused to publish but she succeeded in publishing on the Internet on how evil people condition/train a child to do various things.)
For those who have heard others speaking out in Interviews conducted by a Toronto Radio Station,
e.g., the interviews of Cluadia Mullen, Jeanette Westbrook, Lynne Moss-Sharman, Gail Fisher-Taylor & Caryn Stardancer, Cisco Wheeler, Brice Taylor, Fritz Springmeier, Kathleen Sullivan, Peter Tooey, .... it should come as no surprise, as many have spoken out before her.
You may wonder that how she, a child bought up this way, would escape her controlling group ? She escaped through LORD, and salvation through Jesus. Anyone who repents and believe in Jesus and walk in Jesus teachings and do what is lawful and right things afterwards will have his/her sins forgiven, and will be given a new heart. She is a good example of a person deeply sunken in sins/mire and yet is saved.