2012 conference

The 15th Annual Ritual Abuse, Secretive Organizations and Mind Control Conference

August 10 – 12, 2012

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

Internet conference information: http://ritualabuse.us/smart-conference/2012-conference/

The conference was very successful this year. S.M.A.R.T. wants to thank all those that attended and participated in the conference, including the speakers, cosponsors, volunteers and those in the survivor community that helped us promote the conference.

CDs are now available of the conference speakers. Please print out the form below to order them. We hope to see you at next year’s conference.

SMART provides CD’s of conference presentations. Information on ordering is below.

Some of the topics discussed on these CDs may be triggering. These CDs are educational and not intended as therapy or treatment. Statements made on these CDs are the speaker’s own statements only and don’t necessarily represent the policies or views of conference sponsors, cosponsor, speakers, exhibitors or organizers.

To order, please print out this form, fill it out and mail it to us.

CD Order Form  for The 2012 Annual Ritual Abuse, Secretive Organizations and Mind Control Conference

Some of the topics discussed on these CDs may be  triggering. These CDs are

educational and not intended as therapy or treatment.  Statements made on these CDs are the speaker’s own statements only and don’t necessarily  represent the policies or views of conference sponsors, cosponsor, speakers, exhibitors or organizers.

1) Neil Brick –  Recent Child Abuse Crimes and Efforts to Unite Survivors

2) The History of Survivorship and its Present Day Activities

3) Shamai Currim PhD – Meaghan’s Story: A Tale of Integration

4) Maria – Free at Last

5) Janet Thomas – Grief: The Good, the Bad, the Ugly and the Transcendent

6) Sarah Jacqueline – Exposing Satanic Abuse

7) Alexandra – What I have learned so far.

8) Dave Staffen – My Life and Attitudes Before and After My Recovery

CDs are approximately 60 minutes long.  CDs are $12 each.
Shipping and Handling charges on CDs are $1.50 (US) for the first CD, .50 for each additional. Canada $2.00 first CD, .75 each additional, rest of world, $3.00 first CD, $1.00 each additional.

Special price until 9/1/2012- all 9 CDs only $100 US, Canada $105

Normal price shipping and handling:  US Price -all CDs – $120, Canada price – all CDs – $125

Please mail form below and checks (US Banks only, please), money orders (US) to P. O Box 1295, Easthampton, MA 01027-1295 USA E-mail: SMARTNEWS@AOL.COM

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Speakers and Biographies
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. Please use caution while reading.

Neil Brick is a survivor of Masonic based Ritual Abuse and MK-ULTRA. He is the editor of S.M.A.R.T. – A Ritual Abuse Newsletter. His topic is: Recent Child Abuse Crimes and Efforts to Unite Survivors.

Survivorship is an international non-profit organization for survivors of sadistic sexual abuse, ritualistic abuse, mind control, and torture. A history of Survivorship’s last twenty plus years of work helping survivors will be presented with interviews from members of Survivorship. The presentation will include Survivorship’s present day activities and ways survivors can learn more about the organization and get involved. Survivorship, FJC,470 27th St., Oakland, Ca 94612 survivorshipstaff@yahoo.com http://www.survivorship.org

Shamai Currim PhD is a retired therapist, educator, and educational consultant. She continues to work with survivors and has been involved with children and families with special needs, AIDS hospice, and Prison communities. She currently sits on the Board of Directors of Survivorship and the Steering Committee of the Association for the Advancement of Psychosynthesis. Her topic is: Meaghan’s Story: A Tale of Integration

Until age seven, Maria was subject to satanic abuse. Maria experienced perverse worship, torturous brain programming, sexual violence, body dislocations, and was drugged. Although relocated at age seven, molestation from random strangers and family members continued until she moved out. She lives well with profound awareness. She now experiences joy and peace. Her topic is : Free at Last

Janet Thomas has been in active recovery from the effects of ritual abuse for more than 25 years. Her book, “Day Breaks Over Dharamsala–A Memoir of Life Lost and Found” chronicles her personal journey. “The Battle in Seattle” an earlier book, chronicles the global struggle for justice that we are now seeing rise.  She writes and teaches writing in India and in the U.S.

Sarah Jacqueline freed herself through deep self-journey from years of living in hell as an alleged victim of satanic abuse to now survivor.  Born into a family of Satanists and has experienced  and seen some horrific abuse.  She speaks of hope and freeing and illusion. Her topic is: Exposing Satanic Abuse

Alexandra is a multi disciplinary therapist.  She incorporates various types of energy work, muscle testing, NLP, essential oils, and color into her cognitive behavioral therapy practice. She has an M. A. in Counseling Psychology and has been working with ritual abuse survivors for over 20 years. Her topic is: What I have learned so far.

Dave Staffen was satanically abused for over 50 years by those he loved and trusted, as well as others who were paid to harm him for his refusal, as a child to join their cult. Dave hopes his story and recovery will help others by giving them hope and courage. His topic is: My Life and Attitudes Before and After My Recovery

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Personal Impressions of The SMART Conference 2012

August 20, 2012 by dejoly

Last weekend at Windsor Locks, CT, the conference started on Friday night for me, with a joy-filled pre-conference buffet and get together. I hugged old friends and made new friends. We spontaneously laughed and sang and caught up on our lives over the past year. It was a special night of sharing.

The next morning at breakfast the atmosphere was still filled with the same exuberance and laughter that we’d shared the night before. As the program moved from presenter to presenter, the theme seemed to move in and out of healing and joy and grief and affirmations, that this all would be alright… that there is a healing shift in the survivor movement that won’t be stopped. We have grown confident that what we experienced is accurate, no matter what our detractors would have us and all the world believe. The simple fact that the first presenter, Neil Brick, was able to bring up the Sandusky case in current history was a landmark for proving that this kind of abuse exists now – and has existed for generations. The fact that the media is now declaring the Penn State “scandal” a porn and trafficking ring, is monumental in our movement’s history. Not that long ago, we were called hysterical individuals with huge imaginations. It is obvious now, that we weren’t/aren’t either hysterical or crazy.

Janet Thomas’ presentation on Grief: The Good, The Bad, The Ugly, and the Transcendent, was especially poignant to me because it addressed in such a beautiful way, the very thing that motivates our healing from all the transgressions against us as children. Huge losses, including our childhoods, our children, our possessions, our identities, and more, all need to be grieved in the healing process. And a natural aspect of grief is anger, justifiable anger. Many of us are driven by our anger at what others did to us without and with our consent. We don’t claim to be perfect in our range of emotions and healing, but at least we are moving forward and doing what we need to do in order to function in this society and have a spiritual life.

Several speakers addressed the spiritual lives we struggle to have. Due to the spiritual damage our perpetrators inflicted on our psyche’s, many of us are challenged to create and maintain some sort of spiritual life that leads to immense healing.

And again, there was the laughter that is so healing. Lunch time offered a sandwich and salad buffet, taking into account the vegans, vegetarians and gluten intolerant attendees. The hotel and restaurant went out of its way to be gracious and inclusive, not always a trait of conference hotels. But then, we have been gathering for 15 years in this place that has become so familiar to many of us.

Saturday evening, I spoke about Finding Our Individual Paths Out of Chaos and showed the FOX-13 News interview on my website, www.dejoly.com. I feel it is important not to re-traumatize ourselves by keeping toxic people or situations in our lives and it isn’t always easy to recognize these people or situations. Part of that is because many of us were exposed to the Chaos Program that was used in Nazi Germany and brought over to ultimately be perfected in the MKUltra experimentation that was done in the late 40′s and 50′s, and continues to this day.

We have come a long way in our survivor movement, connecting all over the world with the use of the internet, creating conferences and authoring books. It is awesome to recognize friends from 15 years ago, still working at getting the truth out in the public. We support each other in ways that non-survivors can’t relate to.

Yes, this S.M.A.R.T. Conference was full of laughter, good connections, inspiring talks and new information. I am delighted that this conference has persevered through the work of Neil Brick and other survivors, over the years. Let’s hope that we can see the end of child trafficking, child torture, mind control, ritual abuse and government experimentation in my lifetime. That would be even more awesome!!