The 2015 Annual Ritual Abuse, Secretive Organizations and Mind Control Conference

August 7 – 9, 2015

DoubleTree near
Bradley International Airport
16 Ella Grasso Turnpike
Windsor Locks, CT

Internet conference information:

Conference Goals
– To help stop future occurrences of ritual abuse
– To help survivors of ritual abuse
– To name the groups that have participated in alleged illegal activities
– To unite those working to stop ritual abuse

Conference Registration
(Please read the entire brochure before registering.)
Registration is not guaranteed, please wait for approval before making travel arrangements. Or you can preregister via E-mail at: Please mail registration form and checks (US Banks only please), money orders (US) to: RA Conference, c/o S.M.A.R.T., P O Box 1295, Easthampton, MA 01027 USA

Name: (please include names and individual addresses of all registrees, thanks.)


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Early registration fees (all fees are per person)
(note: fees must be received by the due date below to get the special prices)

All conference registrations will include a complimentary lunch for that day (Fri night has a complementary deli dinner).

Saturday and Sunday Two Day Registrations

before August 1, 2015 – $215
after August 1, 2015 – $225
Paying at conference add $20 to two day and three day fees
(All fees must be received by due dates above.)

One Day Fee $110 – Please specify which day _________

Add Friday buffet fee to two day fee – $40.00

(Circle one – Sat – Sun for one day registrations)


To add Friday night early registration, get together, deli dinner and dessert – $40.00

Donation to help those on fee waiver (not tax deductible):


Total Amount Due _____________

special meals needed ____________________

Please make checks payable to S.M.A.R.T. (US banks only, please.)

Refund Policy: Fees will not be refunded after July 7, 2015. Please send us written notice. Refund will be minus $70.00 deposit per registree.

Please note: S.M.A.R.T. has no paid employees and all money paid to S.M.A.R.T. goes toward efforts to educate survivors and the general public about survivor issues and research.

If you would like to pay using paypal: Please send us the form above filled out (you may cut and paste it into your e-mail and send it to or mail it to SMART P O Box 1295, Easthampton, MA 01027 USA with your e-mail address or phone number) and please wait for approval before paying.

Registration Fees

Conference Information

Conference Participants
The conference will include all those either recovering from ritual abuse and/or fighting against ritual abuse. This includes survivors, co-survivors, therapists, other helping professionals, lawyers and all others interested in learning more about ritual abuse.

Members of secret organizations, acting out perpetrators, and/or members of unsympathetic organizations are excluded from the conference. This is for the protection and safety of those in attendance.

Previous conference attendees have told us that our conferences are the safest they have ever been to.  S.M.A.R.T. recommends that you try to bring a support person that is familiar with mind control techniques and staying with that person or another safe person at all times if needed.

S.M.A.R.T. 2015 Conference Schedule – August 7 – 9
(Fri, Sat. and Sun.)
(Please note : this schedule may be subject to change. Please write us for the latest schedule.)

7 – 9:00 PM – Dinner for Registered Attendees

9:00 – 5:00 pm with evening presentations

9:00 – 5:00 pm

Speakers and Biographies
(This list will be updated as we add more speakers to our conference.)
Please note: Listing of these speakers does not necessarily constitute our endorsement of them. They are speaking at our conference for educational  value  only and some may be heavy for survivors.  Listening to the speakers at the conference may or may not help your recovery process, so use caution when listening to any speaker or contacting any resource mentioned in this brochure.  These descriptions may be heavy for survivors to read, so please use caution while reading these.

The Battle to Stop Ritual Abuse
For over 25 years, survivors and their advocates have worked to stop ritual abuse by educating the general public about these crimes. Through an intense struggle this research has been made public and survivors have been helped.
A backlash continues, covering up crimes against children and protecting a hierarchical and unjust social structure that exists by propagandizing and mind controlling its members. Exposing the backlash and its true motives and how their work continues to promote social injustice will be discussed in this presentation.
Neil Brick is a survivor of ritual abuse and mind control. He has spent years empowering himself and ensuring that the research written by survivors and their advocates is available to all. His work continues to educate the public about child abuse, trauma and ritual abuse crimes. His child abuse and ritual abuse newsletter S.M.A.R.T. has been published for over 20 years.

Trauma Recovery – A Path of Human Development
In my talk, I will discuss the three phases of trauma recovery, which I call 1) the stabilization phase, 2) the processing phase, and 3) the surmounting phase. I will talk briefly about each phase, largely focusing on the transition from the second to third phase – processing to surmounting the trauma.
Anne Redelfs is a retired psychiatrist. Disgruntled by the excessive use of drugs on the mentally ill, she left medicine to study developmental psychology. She published her findings in The Awakening Storm – a book about the impact of Hurricane Katrina on New Orleans and the impact of trauma on humans.

Social Security Benefits Eligibility as a Tool for Recovery
The Social Security Administration offers two programs that may provide income, health insurance and access to a variety of adjunctive social services that facilitate recovery. The application process for these programs and the necessity of securing the support of treating clinicians is often overwhelming for individuals already experiencing the effects of trauma. It is thus useful to be aware of the programs and the application process and time frames for survivors and treating professionals in advance of any need. (Skype presentation)
Randy Noblitt is a clinical psychologist and professor of psychology at the California School of Professional Psychology at Alliant International University, Los Angeles, California.
Pam Perskin is a non-attorney representative in independent private practice advocating for claimants for Social Security disability programs. They have written and presented on the Social Security application process, particularly as it applies to trauma survivors, and have written in both professional and lay publications about this subject. They are also the authors of Cult and Ritual Abuse: Narrative, Evidence and Healing Approaches (Praeger, 2014).

The Long Voyage Out: The Epic Challenge of Recovery from Organized Abuse.
The essential challenge of healing is to facilitate the natural drive to get back into native equilibrium – to find the banished orphans of extreme experience and bring them back home to conscious awareness. And the good news is, you don’t have to do it alone.
Carmen Holiday is a survivor of human trafficking, ritual abuse-torture and trauma-based mind control. She has been an advocate for other survivors since 2001, developing and facilitating trauma recovery workshops and presenting as a survivor of RA-MC for several organizations.

Shattering the Silence
Connie will be speaking about her work with FACSA, the neurobiology of sexual assault, child abuse statistics, her story and child abuse prevention and solutions.
Connie Lee, BS Psychology is the Founder/President of the FACSA Foundation (Family and Friends Fighting Against Child Sexual Assault), in Springhill, La. The FACSA Foundation provides support services for families of child sexual assault, such as attorney’s, counselors, support group, guidance, and what each family needs for their case. We also educate the community on prevention of child sexual assault, through our programs such as the Good Touch/Bad Touch Program from ChildHelp USA; Kid’s Safe ID Kit’s from the National Exploited Children’s Foundation; and the FACSA Defense Program, where we go to schools for free to teach teens about abusive dating relationships, warning signs, and 30 minutes of hands on self defense.

The Hero’s Journey: Healing from Extreme Abuse
Many survivors of abuse (extreme or otherwise) carry a deep sense of unworthiness and victimization – a belief that they somehow deserved the terrible treatment they received and are now “broken” or “damaged.”  The objective of my presentation is to discuss the healing process in the context of coming home to one’s true divine nature, using the metaphor of the hero’s journey to describe the shift out of a victim self-view into one of empowerment and wholeness.  My talk will address not only the benefits of healing that are available to the individual, but also the positive ramifications for society and the broader global community.
Lily spent the first 20 years of her life surviving incest, satanic ritual abuse, mind control, and child trafficking.  She began her healing journey in 2000, with emphasis on energetic methods for addressing the physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual aspects of recovery.

Sponsorship  and Co-sponsorship Information
All sponsors and cosponsors have made promotional contributions to the conference. We want to thank them for all their efforts.   Please note: Listing these resource organizations does not necessarily constitute our full endorsement of them. Please use caution  contacting any resource mentioned on this page.

Sponsorship Information

The conference is sponsored by S.M.A.R.T., a newsletter that examines the possible connections between ritual abuse and secretive organizations.

Promotional Co-Sponsors

The Mission of the California Protective Parents Association is to protect children from incest and family violence through research, education and advocacy. California Protective Parents Association PO Box 15284   Sacramento CA 95851-0284

Survivorship is an international non-profit organization for survivors of sadistic sexual abuse,
ritualistic abuse, mind control, and torture. The organization serves survivors, partners and other
allies, therapists, clergy, and pro-survivor activists and advocates. Contact information:
Survivorship, FJC,470 27th St., Oakland, Ca 94612

deJoly LaBrier is the author of two books about her experiences in a military sex ring, a satanic cult, government experimentation and DID (once called Multiple Personality Disorder). Altogether Now, A Multiple’s Story of Hope and Healing & Diary of a Survivor in Art and Poetry, can be found on her web site at . deJoly has been in recovery since 1988, and now lives a serene, joy-filled life in the mountains of Georgia. She can be reached at

The North American Truth & Reconciliation Coalition (NATRC) seeks to raise public awareness about historical and ongoing human rights violations in North America, and works to establish an accurate and truthful historical record of such crimes, including human trafficking, organized ritual crime, child soldiering, mind control experimentation and other forms of torture, in both the private and public spheres. The North American Truth & Reconciliation Coalition (NATRC)

Mothers Against Sexual Abuse (MASA) is dedicated to education and helping survivors of sexual and ritual abuse. We are in the process of trying to raise funding for a legal defense fund to assist protective parents involved in court cases. Mothers Against Sexual Abuse 1008 Owl Crt., Indian Land, SC 29707 Phone 803-588-9200 E-mail:

Registration Discounts
Fee waiver application fees are $100.00 for two days and $55 for one day, and are non-refundable. Please do not send fees until your application is accepted. Please add $35 to attend the Friday night early registration, get together and dessert buffet. Applications will not be accepted after July 1, 2015, payment must be made by July 15, 2015. Acceptance will partially be contingent on the number of paid applicants. Fee waiver registrees must volunteer for four hours at the conference. Unfortunately, we cannot afford to pay any travel expenses. Please E-mail or regular mail us for a fee waiver application.

There is a free shuttle to and from the airport. Hotel parking is available at no charge for those attending the conference. Conference sponsors, etc. assume no responsibility for ground and/or air transportation arrangements. Conference sponsors cannot assume responsibility for additional expense or losses due to illnesses, cancellation of flights, strikes or other causes.

Room rates at the DoubleTree Hotel at Bradley International Airport (CT) are $94 a day for one person (not incl. tax), please mention the SMART 2015 conference to get the special rate. This rate is guaranteed until 7/7/15 or all rooms at the special rate are gone. Call 860-627-5171 for information. Lunch will be free both days for all conference attendees that register before August 7, 2015. The hotel has no information about the conference, other than room information.

Attendance Policy
Survivors should try to bring a support person with them to the conference. Presentation of a picture ID will be required of all conference participants, unless prior arrangements are made. This is for the protection of all participants. Some of the topics discussed may be very heavy for survivors. The conference is educational and not intended as therapy or treatment. Conference sponsors, cosponsor, speakers, organizers and exhibitors assume no responsibility for any reactions resulting from attending our conference. Statements made and materials exhibited and distributed by attendees, speakers and exhibitors are their own and don’t necessarily represent the policies or views of conference sponsors, cosponsor, speakers, exhibitors, organizers or attendees. Children are not permitted to attend the conference. S.M.A.R.T. and its representatives also reserve the right to remove anyone from the conference at any time. Photographing, audio taping and videotaping without written permission from S.M.A.R.T. are prohibited.

Tables and half tables will be available for exhibitors. All exhibitors and their materials, etc. must be pre-approved. Write for more information. Whole tables are $25, half tables are $15. Take one table fee is $5.00 per item.

S.M.A.R.T. is currently looking for volunteers to help at the conference. Volunteer need to be registered at the conference. Please let S.M.A.R.T. know if you are interested.

Conference Donations
Please consider sponsoring a full or partial registree, so that all are able to attend the conference. Thank you. (Donations are not tax deductible.)

For those interested in helping to promote the conference, please write to receive a press release to forward to others.

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