This is a quote from L. Frank Baum, author of the popular children's book, later made into the movie, The Wizard of Oz which has made such a cultural impact on America in the 20th century and beyond. Baum was a member of the Theosophical Society . Theosophy is a metaphysical tradition loosely based on Eastern Mysticism. Many teachings are incorporated into Baum's famous books. That's just a little background for something that has been used by the Illuminati for purposes of trauma based mind control programming, specifically in Project Monarch. Many survivors of this type of programming have described how this work of fiction has been used in their and many others internal programming. Some examples are Svali, Cathy O'Brian, and Carol Rutz. So, one can see how common the use of this book and/or movie is. I have had this confirmed to me by many other survivors of RA/MC. (Ritual Abuse/Mind Control).
I have been becoming increasingly aware of Wizard of Oz influences on my programming. While, I haven't found internal structures to suggest this, the internal extension of the external programmer, Herr Mohler, first appeared to me as a shadow behind a curtain, and when we asked to talk to him, his first response was "Pay no attention to that man behind the curtain."
In addition to that, After I remembered the May Day events, and the others that were there, I did some thinking about a friend of mine that I was close to, who was there. She and I would play Wizard of Oz in her bedroom at her house alot. We were especially gleeful at one of us pretending to be the witch, getting under the bed with our feet sticking out, and shrinking them up, like in the movie. We would act the whole thing out, in a good vs. evil sort of way.
The key to all of this has become increasingly clear. I have always needed to believe that my mother's house was a safe place. I needed to see it as "home". A place where I belonged, and where I could, indeed, needed to return to. As I really thought about this honestly, however, I started to see inconsistencies in this thinking. I started really looking at how I remembered feeling there. In reality, while living there, I felt like my existence on this planet was resented. I felt like I was walking on eggshells. I felt like a guest who has overstayed their welcome. And through my adolescent years, I tried everything to get out of there. I wanted to be sent to boarding school, I begged my older sister several times to let me come and live in her basement, I begged to be sent to Ohio to live with my Aunt who was really good to me,and I even wanted to go to a foster home. Finally, I ran away, hitchhiking from Colorado Springs, CO to Reno, NV before getting caught by the police and sent home. I fully intended to go to LA and stay there. I preferred life on the streets to life in the affluent community and family where I was from. Then, as soon as I found a way out, I moved out right after I turned 17. Are these the feelings and actions of someone who feels safe in thier "home"? Granted, I never labeled my feelings "unsafe", but miserable, definitely. As I was pondering these things a very important realization hit me suddenly.
The fact is, that EVERY time I started to think of my mom’s house as unsafe even for a second, my mind would go back to one particular memory. Never any others, just this one, every time.
I must have been about 7-8? It was after watching The Wizard of Oz, which we always did when it came on TV every year. I said to my mom, "There really is no place like home is there?" She responded very warmly to me, hugging me tightly and saying, "No, honey, there isn't."
Wow, talk about a bucket of cold water being poured over my head! Actually, I've had several of those dump over my head lately, figuratively speaking. I wondered it this could have something to do with the Wizard of Oz programming that I had heard about periodically. If so, I surely was programmed with the message, "There's no place like home." which even in the movie is spoken as a chant, producing a trance state in Dorothy.
I stand now and regect that and all their lies. I reclaim my RIGHT as a human being. I claim the right to LIFE, LIBERTY AND THE PURSUIT OF HAPPINESS!!