What is awareness beyond conditioning

The aim of the systematic training is to create an intrapsychic parallel world in the child that can be accessed and controlled by the perpetrator at any time and for which the child is amnesiac in everyday life.

Perpetrators use the ability of children to dissociate to specifically split off personalities under torture and manipulation or to create a dissociative identity structure (multiple personality). The children receive regular “training” (usually from birth) (drastic punishments, exceeding all disgust and shame boundaries, violence against others, creating a polarized worldview, complete submission, silence). This forces a definition and automation of the desired behavior (conditioning). Based on this, programming is added, i. H. the creation of chains of linked, conditioned behaviors, each of which is tied to different inner personalities and can be started and stopped by offenders through conditioned triggers.

There are, for example, return programs, suicide programs, anti-sleep programs, anti-aid programs, auto-aggression programs, and food refusal programs.

Children who survive this and "function" as desired bring the greatest benefit to the group of perpetrators - they have strength and are still controllable (even in later adult life).

Additional Information:

VIELFALT e.V. (2020): Organized and ritual violence. Support for those affected. An introduction for mental health professionals. Brochure, available from VIELFALT e.V.

Network ALTERNATIEF (2015): Organized Ritual Violence and Mind Control - Positioning 2015. Conference documentation. Remaining copies available from VIELFALT e.V.

Baphomet (2010): Conditioning and Programming. In: Fliß, C., Igney, C. (2010): Handbook of Ritual Violence (pp. 153-167), Lengerich: Pabst Science Publishers.

Becker, T. (undated): Programming - Handout, Lüneburg, www.beckertho.de

Breitenbach, G. (2012): How can the knowledge of the systematic division of consciousness in ritual violence and mind control be used therapeutically in a planned manner? Journal for Psychotraumatology, Psychotherapy Science, Psychological Medicine, Volume 10, Issue 4/2012.

Fliß, C. (2012): Conditioning and programming of the next generation in cults. Trauma & Violence, Vol. 6, Issue 4 2012, pp. 330-341.

Fliß, C., Schramm, S. for the training group MOSAIK (2012): Training materials on programming and deprogramming

Fröhling, U. (2008): Our Father in Hell. Bergisch-Gladbach: Bastei-Lübbe. (Experience report)

Lindstrom, H. & Sniehotta, J. (2016): Abwegig. Survival and therapy in ritual violence. Kröning: Asanger. (Experience report)

Miller, A. (2014): Beyond the Imaginable. Therapy for ritual violence and mind control. Asanger: Kröning.

Miller, Alison (2016): Become Who You Really Are. Overcoming mind control and ritual violence. Kröning: Asanger.
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Ross, C. A. (2000): Bluebird. Deliberate Creation of Multiple Personality by Psychiatrists. Richardson TX: Manitou Publications.

Schramm, S. (2011): Systematic child training in Germany. Social psychiatric information, vol. 41, issue 2/2011, pp. 38-42

Stichting Alternatief Beraad (2011): Rapportage van een onderzoek. (Complete version in Dutch) www.alternatiefberaad.nl, the German translation of the final chapter is available from VIELFALT e.V.
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Stichting Alternative Beraad (2004): Concept protocol for deprogramming in “ritual sadistic abuse”. Download PDF