2004 Conference

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

August 6 – 8, 2004 at the DoubleTree Hotel near Bradley International Airport – 16 Ella Grasso Turnpike – Windsor Locks, CT

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. Tapes 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.

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

Some of the topics discussed on these tapes may be very triggering. These tapes are educational and not intended as therapy or treatment. Statements made on these tapes are the speaker’s own statements only and don’t necessarily represent the policies or views of conference sponsors, cosponsor, speakers, exhibitors or organizers. Speaker descriptions will follow ordering information. Please note : The only way to order tapes is by mailing us this form regular mail with a check (US banks only please).

  • Neil Brick “How can we advocate for survivors of ritual abuse by example and advocacy ?”
  • Laurie Matthew – The Fight Against Ritual Abuse in Scotland.
  • Hal Pepinsky – What’s at issue in recognizing and denying violence against children.
  • Julaine – Rewriting the Script: Creating a New Outlook
  • Samantha Cooper – Hope and Healing
  • Jeanette Westbrook MSSW, CSW – Working with Law Enforcement, The Thin Blue Line of Mind Control.
  • Jeanne Sarson and Linda MacDonald – Empowerment: Partnerships in Participatory Research, Activism, and Healing
  • Attorney Helen L. McGonigle – Ritual Abuse and Torture – A Legal Quandary: Local and Global.

Tapes are approximately 60 minutes long. Tapes are $9 each. Shipping and Handling charges on tapes are $1.50 (US) for the first tape, .50 for each additional. Canada $2.00 first tape, .75 each additional, rest of world, $3.00 first tape, $1.00 each additional.

With shipping and handling: US Price -all tapes – $65.00, Canada price – all tapes – $ 72.00

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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 triggering. 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 herein. These descriptions may be heavy for survivors. Please use caution while reading.

Neil Brick is a survivor of alleged Masonic Ritual Abuse and MK-ULTRA. He is the editor of S.M.A.R.T. – A Ritual Abuse Newsletter. His topic is “How can we advocate for survivors of ritual abuse by example and advocacy.”

Laurie Matthew has for the past 30 years been active in fighting against ritual and organised abuse in Scotland. She has written books on ritual abuse, personal safety books for children, had developed abuse prevention materials for use with children of all ages and has set up a web site and helpline for ritual abuse survivors. Her topic is : “The Fight Against Ritual Abuse in Scotland.”

Hal Pepinsky – Since the fall of 1993, Hal Pepinsky has as far as he knows been the only university professor to bring more than one ra/mc survivor to his classes. Hal has taught criminal justice for 32 years. Surviving ritual abuse and mind control has become a foundation for his larger thinking on what he calls “peacemaking,” establishing safe relations in the face of violence. His topic is “What’s at issue in recognizing and denying violence against children.”

Julaine is a victorious survivor of incest, RA, and Govt. MC. She is from a multi-generational family, was the oldest child of a career military man, whose brothers were also govt. intelligence workers. She was a polyfragmented multiple, now integrated. She wishes to share her story, her victories, and stand for the hope of strength and healing for all of us. Her topic is “Rewriting the Script: Creating a New Outlook.”

Samantha Cooper is a survivor of alleged familial, Masonic, and Mind Control abuse. She is a complex polyfragmented multiple. She has been fortunate to have worked with a therapist familiar with these areas for 8 years. Her topic is : “Hope and Healing.”

Jeanette Westbrook MSSW, CSW will present information, documentation on criminal and civil litigation in RA/MC cases using her own prosecution of one of her perpetrators of RA/MC abuse. She is a nationally known speaker and lecturer at Universities and is a Licensed Social Worker in practice full time. Ms. Westbrook also serves as a law enforcement consultant. Her topic will be: “Working with Law Enforcement, The Thin Blue Line of Mind Control.”

Jeanne Sarson and Linda MacDonald both have degrees in Nursing, Master’s in Education, a Certificate in Interdisciplinary Studies related to family violence, a Certificate in Self-in Context Feminist Theory and Practice and have done workshops on ritual abuse-torture. They are writing a book “The Torturers Walk Among Us” based on their work and research and have a website, http://www.ritualabusetorture.org. They presented at last year’s S.M.A.R.T. Conference. Their topic is “Empowerment: Partnerships in Participatory Research, Activism, and Healing.”

Attorney Helen L. McGonigle has practiced law before Connecticut state and federal courts for the past 18 years, advocating for survivors of child sexual abuse, clergy abuse, ritual abuse and torture. She has presented nationally on the subjects of ritual abuse and torture, most recently at the United Nation’s 48th Session. She was instrumental in advocating for the passage of extensions to both the civil and criminal statute of limitations in the State of Connecticut. Her topic is : “Ritual Abuse and Torture – A Legal Quandary: Local and Global.”

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