Saturday, 10 May 2014


"The abuse was orchestrated by a former Whitlam Government Education Minister Kim Edward Beazley, a police commissioner, an Australian sporting icon, a Sydney University lecturer and a prominent screen actor."

The top Nazis were pedophiles and many Nazis went to Australia after World War II.

Reportedly, the Sydney area has a major paedophile ring, made up of Nazis, Catholics, policemen, academics, politicians, the CIA and others.

Thousands of Nazi war criminals were knowingly offered asylum in Australia.

This is documented in the book, Sanctuary! Nazi Fugitives in Australia and various newspaper articles.

Australian Nazis. "The ring which abused Fiona included police officers, psychiatrists, biochemists, psychologists, actors, writers, politicians, university lecturers and medical doctors, including a local Engadine GP named Doctor Mark."

Fiona Barnett's family, who had Nazi connections, moved to Australia.

A 1951 marriage certificate records that Fiona's grandmother Helena married a Nazi called  Peter Holowczak in Australia.

Peter Holowczak sexually assaulted Fiona from her earliest years until age 12.

Trapped inside Australia’s vast child abuse network (Part 1) 

Hitler preferred boys.

Peter used to entertain young Fiona with stories about the 'olden days' in Poland when he killed Jews for a living in a death camp.

Peter and Helena often took Fiona to be sexually abused by members of the Nazi community who had settled in an area south of Sydney which ran from the Sutherland Shire to Wollongong.

These Nazis "practised the mystery religion that underpinned Nazism."

Peter and Helena Holowczak gave Fiona over to a national child sex trafficking ring when she was preschool age.

The ring included police officers, psychiatrists, biochemists, psychologists, actors, writers, politicians, university lecturers and medical doctors, including a local Engadine GP named Doctor Mark.

The CIA's John Gittinger. It is the security services which protect the pedophile rings. The CIA used child abuse and Satanism to control governments.

The network also involved former CIA and U.S. military psychologist Dr John W. Gittinger, the developer of the Personality Assessment System.

Dr. John Gittinger raped and abused Fiona.

This child trafficking ring also engaged in other crimes including gun and drug trafficking.

Fiona witnessed child sex trafficking between Sydney, Wollongong, Bathurst, and Canberra.

Bathurst City Hall - "a traditional venue for paedophile orgies during the 1970s and 1980s."

Crimes were committed in the Engadine BoysTown chapel

Holsworthy military barracks

Regina Coeli Memorial Catholic church

St John’s College Catholic Chapel at Sydney University; 

The Caltex oil refinery in Kurnell; 

Garrawarra Cemetery

Bathurst City Hall

And in many of the national parks located between Sydney and Wollongong.

Fiona witnessed multiple acts of child abduction, drugging, child sexual assault, torture and murder.

Members of the paedophile ring were sexually aroused by necrophilia, bestiality and sadism.

The ring also contained a large number of female perpetrators.

At age of 15 years, Fiona witnessed the wife of an Engadine police officer lure a 15-year-old boy into her car at Cronulla Beach.

The boy was murdered.

Alleged crime scene: Garrawarra Cemetery near Waterfall.

At age eight years, Fiona suffocated while being abused.

She lost consciousness and awoke in the Sutherland Hospital.

A female nurse told her that her mother was present.

It was not her mother. It was the Engadine policeman’s wife.

Dr Mark got the hospital staff to release Fiona into his care.

Bathurst car race 1985

In 1985, Fiona witnessed approximately 10 children raped and murdered in Bathurst, during the weekend of the Bathurst car race.

Some of these children were victims of kidnappings.

Other children were born unregistered so that they could be used as sex slaves.


"The abuse was orchestrated by a former Whitlam Government Education Minister Kim Beazley, a police commissioner, an Australian sporting icon, a Sydney University lecturer and a prominent screen actor."

The prominent screen actor raped Fiona in front of a large crowd that included numerous priests and police.

From the age of 16 years Fiona began disclosing the abuse to health professionals.

None of them reported the allegations to the police.

David Campbell,  discredited former Police Minister. LAND OF CHILD ABUSING POLICE, CLERGY AND POLITICIANS.

Fiona feared reporting the abuse to the New South Wales police because policemen were among the perpetrators.

Fiona had witnessed people being tortured and murdered for disclosing - or for trying to leave - the paedophile ring.

Bathhurst, near Sydney.

In 2008, there was  publicity surrounding abuse at the private Catholic boarding school Saint Stanislaus College in Bathurst, NSW.

After reading this in the Herald Sun (August 27, 2008) Fiona felt it would be safe to report her experiences to the New South Wales (NSW) police and be taken seriously.

Fiona contacted the NSW police and the detective in charge of the St Stanislaus, Bathurst case, Justin Hadley.

Fiona briefly described to Hadley the crimes she had witnessed in 1985 in the Bathurst City Hall and he asked her to go to her local police station.

Alleged site of paedophile sex orgies at the Bathurst City Hall

Tweed Heads police refused to take Fiona's formal statement.

They mocked her witness testimony, and sent me home.

She never heard from them again about this matter.

Tor Nielson

Tor Nielsen had provided similar information to the NSW Police.

Nielsen reported witnessing 60 children being raped in the same Bathurst location Fiona had named.

Nielson also noted that St Stanislaus College has accommodated the NSW police during the Bathurst car races for many decades.

Paul Evans, convicted Engadine BoysTown paedophile priest; relative of Regina Coeli founding priest.

Tor Nielsen’s testimony was detailed on his website ‘The Catholic Cover-up’.

The Catholic Church forced him to to remove the site just prior to the announcement of the current Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse.

Blood tests revealed that Nielsen was drugged with a substance that induced psychosis.

Nielsen alleges that the drugs were administered by corrupt NSW health practitioners.

The NSW Director of Public Prosecutions dropped the charges against St Stanislaus' staff and priests.

Maltese children sent to 'child abuse' children's homes in Australia.(State Library of Western Australia, The Battye Library 005086D.) (310 Maltese child migrants were sent to Australia?)

Multiple victims then came forward.

The authorities were forced to bring charges against certain St Stanislaus staff.

However, Tor Nielsen's lawyer mysteriously fell out of an 18-story window after Nielson publicly exposed the Bathurst paedophile ring.

Lawyer Frederick Jordon Chambers, a former St Stanislaus student, was due to testify at one of the College’s paedophile trials.

Before he could appear, he was found dead.

St Stanislaus College, Bathurst 

Fiona wrote to the NSW police minister and to the NSW police commissioner.

The police commissioner essentially dismissed her complaint.

This is in spite of the fact that the testimony of Tor Nielsen and Fiona tallied with other reports of victims abused at Engadine BoysTown and Bathurst.

In her letters to the NSW police minister and commissioner, Fiona requested that her witness testimony be written down and supplied to the taskforce assigned to investigate the Engadine BoysTown paedophile ring.

Boys Town Engadine, re-named Dunlea Centre

In 2013, Fiona tried to contact  Justin Hadley, the Bathurst detective in charge of the St Stanislaus operation.

Hadley’s colleague told Fiona that it was too late for her information to be provided to police or to benefit the Bathurst victims. 

Fiona left a message for Hadley to contact her, but he never did.

Alleged crime scene: St John Bosco Catholic Church, adjacent to Engadine BoysTown

Following Fiona's publication of her first article regarding a northern NSW paedophile ring, she received several threats. 

Wollongong City Council was referred to in the Wood Royal Commission investigation into the NSW Police Service.

 Two former Wollongong Lord Mayors, Tony Bevan and Frank Arkell, reportedly ran a paedophile ring in the 1960s to 1990s. 

The ring involved child sex trafficking between Wollongong and Sydney.

This was the same child trafficking ring that Fiona witnessed as a child.

Both mayors were ritually murdered.

Wollongong Mayors Tony Bevan and Frank Arkell: alleged child sex traffickers. Both were brutally murdered.

Ring banner featuring trade mark eagle, allegedly erected at major paedophile gatherings including Regina Coeli Catholic Church and Bathurst City Hall stage.


  1. Well Done . Thank You.
    Many regards A13

    1. Child abuse at George Osborne's old school and a scandal that grows ever darker

    2. Its still happening. WA judges Moncrieff, Thackray, Newnes, Murphy, Buss, Wayne Martin (Chief Justice) are all and more fabricating evidence and entire judgements to conceal child abuse and leave children with pedophilles. Its fact, 100's or 1000's of people complaining about the same judges in WA and hoping we get a Royal Commission into it. John Donaldson 0414454981 WA.

  2. You show a picture of Beazley jnr. (with Obama), rather than his father.

  3. Gut-wrenching- just what is the mystery religion the Nazis worship? Seems like that is key to this whole thing- Sun-worship? Satanism? Moon-worship? Saturn-worship? Sabbataean-Frank devil worship? Luiferianism? There must be some countervalent force to allow a level fighting field so these "people" can get their guts ripped out fair and square....

    1. I agree the author acts like she was writing about "Fiona" and later slips up and says me.
      How can she get away with accusing people without backing up facts. If all of it had been substantiated they would have been found out rather than the prominent and rather publicly convicted and proven paedophiles.
      No proof behind some of these accusations.
      I'm not defending it if it happened but it sounds like a witch hunt with no facts or substantial information behind it

  4. Great stuff Aangirfan thanks. There are two men named Kim Beazley, the father was the Whitlam government minister. The Kim Beazley in your photo is his son, a minister in the Hawke and Keating governments. The person in the photo with Obama is the son of the person against whom the allegations are being made.


  6. That Pic you put up is not the K Beazley's a younger Beazley. You need to search for the senior Beazley...cheers.

    1. the father.

  7. Greg

    There is indeed a counter-force - and many versions of it. It is working away in the background all across the world. It's difficult to talk about sensibly on the internet, though, as the dark side, having infiltrated fundamentalist Christianity, has labelled it evil. To the extent even, that if you work with that counter-force, as I do, you are labelled one of "Them". When entirely the opposite is usual.

    1. Dear Anon- Thank you for the reply- cryptic and opaque as it was. I wanted to think about it before I contacted you, and as usual got sidetracked. But I am interested in this topic as it seems basic to the world-wide system of child abuse you have illuminated for the world with your site- so I pursue. Fundamentalist Christianity has labelled a whole lot of things evil- and some are- but in my mind, such things as nature worship/deism/paganism and Gnosticism will never fit that description- unless they fall into the practice of child abuse/sacrifice. Hate to be a pill- but I really want to learn more about this countering force, and you know what it is- can you give me any kind of a hint?
      1. What is the mystery religion underpinning nazism? It appears in some way to be a death cult, in others to be based on sex magick, norse religion, etc- perhaps if you can clarify this subject I would have enough of a lead to follow -
      2. Any other clues?
      Thanks- look forward to your reply

    2. Greg, since being threatened with legal action by the OTO...

      I have made it my business to know all I can about the occult, OTO, Masons, Illuminati, etc. One thing has become clear, the leaders of satanic worship from around the world, in fact even Anton Lavey who wrote the satanic bible said that those who call themselves "Pagans" and the likes and worship their pagan Gods, are in fact worshipping satan. Any pagan who thinks they are not satan worshippers are kidding themselves.

      This is what the world has now come down to, all of these secret cults, like "Skull and Bones", are running government, media, banks.

      I suggest you watch Mike Hoggard, Alex Jones, and do as much research as you can.

  8. What the Naxis did to boys in concentration Camps in Auschwitz, the same practises were happening in Melbourne in the early 1970's. Medical Practitioners along with biochemists carried out the practices of the Nazis. I was 10 years old when it happened to me

    Evening Independent - 30 July 1979
    The Search For Mind Control

    A special 90-minute documentary probing U.S. intelligence agencies 30-year search for mind control airs tonight on Chs. 10 and 40 at 11.30. ABC News Closeup - Mission: Mind Control, will focus on several victims of the experiments, including James Thornwell (upper left), who discovered 17 years after the fact that he had been given LSD treatments by U.S. Army Intelligence, which can cause recurring illusions such as the one shown (upper right). Dr John Gittinger (lower left), retired chief psychologist for the CIA, speaks publicly on the behavioral programs for the first time. Viewers are also taken to "Ravenscrag" (bottom center), a Gothic estate in Montreal that now houses the Allan Memorial Institute of Psychiatry of McGill University. CIA-funded experiments conducted here are the most dangerous so far uncovered, ABC reports. Valeri Orlikow (lower right), wife of a member of the Canadian Parliament, entered this facility for treatment of depression and was administered LSD and "psychic driving treatment" by Dr. Ewen Cameron, the doctor who happened to be conducting mind-control work for the CIA.

    Montreal Gazette - 6 February 1984
    Allan director Cameron was 'mad scientist'

    Once prestige has been attached to something or to someone, like discarded chewing gum it sticks on long after all virtue has gone out of it. There has to be a continual assessment of the vitality of concepts, procedures and persons for whom prestige is claimed.
    -From Dr. D. Ewen Cameron's 1948 book, Life is for Living

    Dr. D. Ewen Cameron is "the closest I've come to a real-life version of the archetypal mad scientist."

    The speaker is U.S. investigative reporter John Marks, who obtained documents in 1977 showing the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) funded brainwashing research in the 1950s by Cameron who was director of McGill University's Allan Memorial Institute at the time.

    Marks' disclosure resulted in a radical reassessment of Cameron's work and unalterably changed his image in the Montreal scientific community.

    It also led to the recent revelation that at least one woman died during mind-control treatment ordered by Cameron at the Allan.

    Nine other Canadians treated by Cameron during his two decades at the helm of the Allan are suing the CIA for $1 million each in Washington, D.C.

    Just who was this "mad scientist"?

    Before Marks' disclosure, Cameron's image in Montreal was that of a paragon of scientific achievement.

    For two decades after the Second World War, Cameron was known as a world-level scientific leader. A pillar of the community he was the prototype wise scientist preaching the new humanism.
    Montreal Gazette - 6 February 1984
    Allan Memorial director Cameron was 'mad scientist'

    [Page 9]
    His titles during that period included the presidencies of the Canadian Psychiatric Association, the American Psychiatric Association, the African Psychopathological Association and the World Psychiatric Association.

    His frequent speeches, including advice on how to raise children and live better, received extensive coverage and led to public clashes over morality with at least one religious leader.

    Part of Cameron's appeal to the CIA may have been his strong anti-Communism and his lack of qualms about morality, handy when experimenting on psychiatric patients for intelligence purposes.

    In one speech, he said those who turn to communism "have found, in its collectivism, an escape from anxiety."

    Western society, obsessed with moral behavior, is prone to feelings of anxiety and guilt, Cameron said, adding these feelings have been "seized upon by our enemies."

    In 1951, Cameron said the "moralistic" attitude of most men towards human behavior was a serious handicap in the struggle of the Western world against communism.

    He criticized those with "a rigid, and in these changing times, hardly workable code of behavior."

    Cameron's comments drew fire from John Dixon, Montreal's Anglican bishop, who said the psychiatrist's position was "fundamentally atheistic" and a denial of God's existence.

    His attacks on the Church extended to raising children, which he said was inadequately handled by the home, school and church combination. He said social science should replace the Church in shaping "the personality structure of the future."

    He warned in 1946 that the world had to guard itself against future conspiracies by evil men. Ironically, one method he suggested was to give more power to social scientists who "have not yet been tied to the main drives of our society."

  11. [Part 2]
    Allan Memorial director Cameron was 'mad scientist'

    Cameron loved to tell a story to audiences about the practical joker who sent unsigned telegrams to 200 prominent inhabitants of a small town, saying: "All is discovered, fly at once."

    He said a surprising number of those receiving the telegrams left town, revealing "the deep reservoir of guilt" in most groups.

    Ewen Cameron was born in Scotland in 1901, son of a Presbyterian minister. He was competitive, becoming a runner and rugger player while studying medicine at the University of Glasgow. He worked at the Glasgow Royal Mental Hospital, then at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, Maryland.

    He joined the staff of Manitoba's Brandon Mental Hospital in 1929 and stayed until 1936, breaking new ground by setting up mobile clinics.

    He worked as a senior research psychiatrist, then director of research, at Worcester State Hospital in Massachusetts between 1936 and 1938, before moving on to Albany Medical College in Albany, N.Y., in 1938. He was Albany's chief neurologist and psychiatrist.

    During the Second World War, Cameron became active in the U.S. war effort, working as a member of a special New York-based committee of sociologists, psychologists, psychiatrists and cultural anthropologists who studied German society and culture to determine how to destroy Nazi culture. [Ha! Ha!] The committee was set up by the Joint Committee on Post-War Planning.

    In 1941, he became a member of the Military Mobilization Committee of the American Psychiatric Association. He began publishing scientific articles on such topics as Mass Hysteria in a War Situation, the Mechanics of Civilian Morale and Wartime Pressures.

    In 1943, the Rockefeller Foundation set up the Allan with a grant of $150,000 and Cameron was named as director.

    In a speech two months before the German surrender in May, 1945, Cameron summed up the work of the New York committee by saying: "If we destroy the Gestapo and the SS formations, we shall simply be tearing a limb off a starfish, the creature will recreate itself. [Hail! Hydra!]

    "We have to plan measures to deal with the whole of the German people." [Monkey see; Monkey do.]

    In words reminiscent of his later work on "depatterning" or brainwashing, Cameron said that plans to eliminate Nazism made it necessary to have "a fundamental transformation of the existing cultural organization."

    He also suggested public support could be achieved for a proposal to send large numbers of German people to rebuild devastated areas outside their country, with "the indirect but ultimate result" of reducing the total population of Germany.

    The work of transforming German culture would be a continuation of the military offensive. "As far as Germany is concerned we cannot consider that the struggle will have ceased for long after the last shots have been fired."

    When the Germans surrendered, Cameron warned the Allies not to go "soft on peace" because of deep-seated feelings of guilt about winning the war.

    He said the New York committee concluded that to avoid future "barbarism" by Germany, it was necessary to "maintain a determined attack on the problem of Germany and to employ every resource available to effect a gradual and lasting change in the German character."

    In 1946, although he was based in Montreal, Cameron was chosen as a member of the U.S. delegation on the Allied psychiatric board. Representing Britain on the board were the chief consultant psychiatrist to London's War Office as well as the chief consultant neurologist.

  12. [Part 3]
    Allan Memorial director Cameron was 'mad scientist'

    He first attracted public attention in Montreal in December, 1945, after he returned from Nuremberg where he examined Rudolph Hess and declared that he was not insane.

    After interviewing Hess, Cameron flew back to New York and Montreal newspapers reported that he "checked in" at the Pentagon in Washington, with the Office of the Chief of Counsel, a department that reported directly to President Harry Truman.
    Cameron and his wife, a tennis champion and mathematician, took out U.S. citizenship in 1942 - the year before moving to Montreal to set up the Allan - and he remained an American citizen until his death in 1967 three years after retiring as Allan director.
    In 1949, Cameron called for a master plan for better living.

    Better living must be free from "the hostilities, the queer, contorted sexual customs, the exploitations of our anxiety and guilty feelings which mar and stunt our days," he said.
    But social sciences and democracy "have enabled us to control these tremendous forces."

    Cameron, a believer in the mind's pliability, had lashed out in 1948 at "self-satisfied people, dull and frightened people (who) have always said you can't change things and particularly that you can't change human nature."

    In 1949, he said it was necessary to change how people lived to curb the "alarming" number of breakdowns.

    One way was by "making it a public health offence for individuals and institutions to attempt to build up unnecessary feelings of guilt and anxiety in people and put and end to shame over sexual behavior."

    He called for the prevention of people with damaged and unstable personalities from having contact with children.

    Control of students' minds by teachers also fascinated him.

    "Those who control child thought control the future," he said in a 1946 speech.

    He was a believer in courtesy, saying that hostility is obvious in the intimate daily dealings of people with each other, where much of the friendliness and many of the courtesies of life were vanishing.

    As for eradicating what he saw as a plague of hostility, Cameron suggested stopping the production of hordes of hostile people through protecting children against exposure to unstable parents. Parents who make their children anxious are committing "a crime against humanity," he said.

    He also recommended censoring the media, for example, by removing such hostile words as "bans" and "blocks" from a report on a United Nations meeting.

    As for his own scientific inspiration, Cameron talked of ideas coming to the mind "as unheralded angels in the middle of the night." The Washington suits contend that some of his angels are still causing nightmares for his victims.

    Cameron had advice for everybody. He told older people they should "shy away from competitive recreation," while businessmen should concentrate on accomplishing something in the next hour rather than thinking a week ahead. In his usual upbeat fashion, Cameron said this would lead to "a fatigue-free future."

    He warned people against being neat, precise and making a point of being on time, saying this led to mental fatigue.

    He wrote a book called Life is For Living, published in 1948, with chapters on Growing Old, Work, Other People and, of course, Guilt.

    As for parents' use of punishment, Cameron said "the sound of the parental slipper can still be heard at the bedtime hour, but it is a lot rarer than it used to be."

    He said anxiety and guilt should not be used as a means of social control "as pain was at the time of the Spanish Inquisition and in the hands of the Nazis, to wreck, to distort and to destroy people."

    Montreal Gazette - 8 July 1943
    Psychiatry Course Planned by McGill

    Dr. D. Ewan Cameron to Head Department and Institute of Psychiatry at Royal Victoria

    A new tribute to Montreal's reputation as a medical centre came yesterday with the announcement from Dr. F. Cyril James, principal and vice-chancellor of McGill University, that a department of psychiatry was to be created at the university and that an institute of psychiatry was to be opened in connection with the Royal Victoria Hospital. Dr. James also announced the appointment of Dr. D. Ewan Cameron, of Albany Medical College, as the first McGill professor of psychiatry and director of the institute, which is to be known as the Allan Memorial Institute of Psychiatry.

    The new institute will be housed in Ravenscrag, given some months ago to the Royal Victoria Hospital by Sir Montagu Allan. The finances will be taken care of by a grant from the Rockefeller Foundation in New York of a sum of $150,000 spread over five years, and given to McGill University to cover the costs of psychiatric teaching and research during the initial period, and also by a grant from the Government to the Province of Quebec of $30,000 a year for 20 years to the Royal Victoria Hospital as a contribution to the hospitalization costs that will be incurred in connection with the operation of the institute as a 50-bed unit. The cost of converting Ravenscrag into a hospital has been taken care of by a gift of $40,000 from J. W. McConnell.
    Through the agency of the recently-formed Joint Hospital Committee, the detailed relationships of the Allan Memorial Institute to the Verdun Protestant Hospital and the Montreal General Hospital were carefully worked out "with the enthusiastic support of all parties in such a way that a maximum benefit would result to each cooperating institution."

    Dr. Cameron, who will be McGill's professor of psychiatry, was born in Scotland in 1901, and received his degrees of M.B., C.B., from the University of Glasgow in 1924. In 1938 he was awarded an M.D. with distinction, but the same university, and has received his licence to practise in Great Britain, Canada and the State of New York. He holds the certificate of the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology.

    Beginning his professional career in the Glasgow Western Infirmary, in 1924, he subsequently joined the staff of the Glasgow Royal Montreal Mental Hospital where he served for several years before coming to the United States as assistant psychiatrist at the Phipps Clinic, John Hopkins Hospital. He held a Henderson Research Scholarship at John Hopkins for two years and then ***went to study under Prof Adolf Meier, at Zurich***, later coming to Canada as physician in charge of the reception unit at the Brandon Mental Hospital in Manitoba. rom 1931 to 1936 Dr. Cameron was responsible for the entire organization of the mental health work in the western part of Manitoba, establishing a clinic in Brandon and in nine other centres in outlying areas.

  14. [Part 2]
    Psychiatry Course Planned by McGill

    In 1926 Dr. Cameron went to the Worcester State Hospital as senior research psychiatrist, becoming resident director of research the following year. He became professor of neurology and psychiatry at the Albany Medical College, while holding the position of neurologist-in-chief and psychiatrist-in-chief at the Albany Hospital. He has also served as psychiatric consultant to the Berkshire Industrial Farm and to the Russell Sage Foundation, and has many scientific publications to his credit.

    Dr. James stated that provision had been made for three more full time teachers in the department of psychiatry and that in about two years there would be probably be seven or eight men in the department. He also added that "it is hoped that the work of the department of psychiatry ... will rival in its value the outstanding contribution that has been made by the Montreal Neurological Institute to the development of Canadian medicine."

    Glasgow Herald - 12 November 1938
    Kilsyth Doctor's U.S.A. Appointment

    The appointment of Dr. D. Ewen Cameron, of Worcester State Hospital, Worcester, Mass., to the Faculty of the Albany Medical College as Professor of Neurology and Psychiatry, and to the staff of the Albany Hospital as neurologist and psychiatrist-in-chief, is announced from America.

    Dr. Cameron, who is the elder son of the late Rev. Duncan Cameron, Kilsyth, graduated at Glasgow University in 1924. He joined the staff of Worcester State Hospital in 1936 as senior research pschiatrist in the research division, and in 1937 became resident director of that division.
    Reading Eagle - 13 March 1937
    'Pulse of Insanity' Probed by Doctors

    Electrical Evidence Of Disease Discovered

    Worcester, Mass., March 13 - Science now can obtain electrically evidence of the insanity induced by dementia praecox.

    A "pulse of insanity" flowing from the brains of persons with this disease is reported at Clark University and Worcester State Hospital.

    The pulse is an irregular voltage of electricity. It is reported as the first definite sign found in medical history which consistently foretells the approach of this, the worst type of insanity. It has been used to forestall relapses of insane persons under treatment.

    The pulse was found by Hudson Hoagland, professor of general physiology at Clark University, and Dr. Morton A. Rubin, research associate in physiology. Cooperating was Dr. D. E. Cameron, of the research staff, Worcester State Hospital.

    Picked Up by Wires

    The electrical waves come from the brain cortex, or covering, in the back of the head. They are picked up by fine wires pasted to the scalp. In normal persons these waves flow about 10 a second, each wave ranging from 20 to 50 millionths of a volt, but in the insane the voltages are higher, and longer. Occasional single waves last a third of a second.

    The waves, however, do not indicate that the seat of insanity lies in the back of the head. The Clark scientists report the waves are "due to excess voltages that sweep across the brain from various areas, not immediatley under the recording electrode."

    Not the Cause

    The excess electricity itself is not necessarily the cause of the insanity, for a similar extra electrical pulse often appears in the sleep of normal persons. This may mean, however, that the dreams of sleep and the waking "illusions" of the insane are very similar. The Clark scientists at present interpret the excess voltage of the insane as a sign of mental disorganization.

    The insanity pulse has been verified on 30 human beings at the hospital with dementia praecox. Under the new "sugar shock" or insulan treatment, they showed improvement. In all, the insane electrical pulse decreased or disappeared, but of much greater importance was the fact that the pulse reappeared in advance of relapses into insanity.

    "Its future use," says a clinical report on "sugar shock," "as a tool in psychiatry and neurology would appear to be very promising."

    Sun Journal - 24 January 1994
    Experiments on mentally ill exposed

    BOSTON - Lobotomies, steroids, electric shock and the administering of radioactive iodine were among the treatments used on mentally ill patients at state hospitals in the 1940s, 1950s and 1960s, records show.

    Patients at Massachusetts Mental Health Center, Boston State Hospital and Worcester State Hospital also were treated with LSD and novocaine, according to records recently released by the Department of Mental Health.

    "These guys were stabbing in the dark," said Dr. Annette Hanson, a deputy commissioner at the
    State Department of Mental Health. "It sounds ludicrous, knowing what we know today, that anyone would do these things. But its hard for us to realize how primitive was the knowledge we had in those days about the brain."

    Many of the tests were conducted on patients, but some involved college students, records show. Not all accounts indicate who the subjects were.

    Although most of the treatments have since been discredited, some continue to be used today, such as electric shock, Hanson said.

    "They didn't have much in those days. They had shock, barbituates, cold wraps, seclusion, restraints ... and prayer," she said. "They'd try anything."

    The release of the hospital records comes amid a federal probe into government-sponsored radiation experiments conducted on people early in the Cold War. Some of those experiments were conducted in Massachusetts.

    Just one of the studies outlined in the records released Friday involved radioactive materials. In 1952, radioactive iodine was given to 30 schizophrenic patients at Worcester State as a thyroid treatment.

    At the time, thyroid conditions were believed to have a link to mental illness.
    The Toledo Blade - 13 April 1989
    1960s radical Hoffman found dead

    Mr [Abbie] Hoffman, a native of Worcester, Mass., rose to prominence with the Chicago Seven, a group of radicals who stood trial on charges of conspiring to disrupt the 1968 Democratic national convention in Chicago.
    He received a bachelor's degree in psychology from cBrandeis University in Waltham, Mass., in 1959 and his master's degree from the University of California at Berkeley in 1960.

    Mr. Hoffman returned to the Worcester area in the early 1960s and began working in the psychology department at Worcester State Hospital.

    His activist roots can be traced to Worcester, where he was a chairman of the Friends of Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee, vice chairman of the Congress of Racial Equality, and joined in a number of protests.

    Mr. Hoffman started the loosely organized Yippie movement, or Youth International party, in 1968 to bring together radicals to protest the government and the Vietnam War.

    Mr. Hoffman also was instrumental in the student uprising at Columbia University in New York City in April, 1968.

    Fort Lance-Star - 23 July 1985
    Author of Nuremberg Code dies

    NEWTON, Mass. - Dr Leo Alexander, a psychiatrist and neurologist who wrote the Nuremberg Code after World War II that established moral, ethical and legal principles relating to experiments on humans, has died at 79.

    Alexander, who lived in Newton, died of cancer Saturday at Weston Manor Nursing Home.

    As medical investigator for former Secretary of War Robert P. Paterson and an aide to the chief counsel at the Nuremberg war crimes trials, ALexander wrote the code after studying the actions of German SS troops and concentration camp guards.

    He said they were "on the whole meek and overpolite fellows who committed inhuman crimes because they found themselves suspect by their superiors."

    Alexander received his medical degree from the University of Vienna in Austria in 1929 and served his internship and residency in psychiatry at the University of Frankfurt in Germany.

    He came to the United States in 1933, holding positions at Worcester State Hospital, Boston City Hospital, Harvard Medical School and Boston State Hospital before becoming associate professor of neuropsychiatry at Duke University Medical School in North Carolina in 1941.

    He arranged for treatment in Boston, Chicago and New York for about 40 Polish concentration camp victims who were crippled by injections of gas gangene by Dr. Josef Mengele. Alexander treated some of them psychiatrically.

    He served as a consultant to the Boston Police Department in the 1950s and 1960s and was credited with helping solve the case of the Boston Strangler, the late Albert H. DeSalvo, by hypnotizing one of his victims.

    A research team at the Multiple Sclerosis Center at Boston State Hospital found early clues to the cause of the disease while he directed the center, and his studies were credited with early understanding of Parkinson's Disease and Wernicke's Syndrome.

    He had been an assistant clinical professor of psychiatry at Tufts University Medical School and a staff member of Newton-Wellesley Hospital, St. Elizabeth's Hospital and Bournewood Hospital.

    He belonged to many professional organizations and wrote several books and 285 scientific papers.

    Adolf Meyer (psychiatrist)

    Adolf Meyer (September 13, 1866 – March 17, 1950), was a psychiatrist who rose to prominence as the president of the American Psychiatric Association and was one of the most influential figures in psychiatry in the first half of the twentieth century. His focus on collecting detailed case histories on patients is the most prominent of his contributions; along with his insistence that patients could best be understood through consideration of their "psychobiological" life situations. He is most remembered for reframing mental disease as biopsychosocial "reaction types" rather than as biologically-specificable natural disease entitites. In 1906 he reframed dementia praecox as a "reaction type," a discordant bundle of maladaptive habits that arose as a response to biopsychosocial stressors.

    Meyer received his M.D. from the University of Zürich after studying psychiatry with Auguste Forel and neuropathology with Constantin von Monakow, and subsequently began his professional career as a neuropathologist.

    Unable to secure an appointment with the university, he emigrated to the United States in 1892, at first practicing neurology and teaching at the University of Chicago, where he was exposed to the ideas of the Chicago functionalists. From 1893 to 1895 he served as pathologist at the new mental hospital at Kankakee, Illinois, after which he worked at the state hospital at Worcester, Massachusetts, all the while publishing papers prolifically in neurology, neuropathology, and psychiatry. In 1902 he became director of the Pathological Institute of the New York State Hospital system (shortly afterwards given its present name, The Psychiatric Institute), where in the next few years he shaped much of American psychiatry by emphasizing the importance of keeping detailed patient records and by introducing both Emil Kraepelin's classificatory system and Sigmund Freud's ideas. While in the New York State Hospital system Meyer adopted Freud's ideas about the importance both of sexuality and of the formative influence of early rearing on the adult personality. Meyer was Professor of Psychiatry first at Cornell University from 1904 to 1909 and from 1910 to 1941 at Johns Hopkins University, where he was also Director of the Henry Phipps Psychiatric Clinic from its inception in 1913. Henry Phipps Psychiatric Service at Johns Hopkins Hospital, which in 1912 made possible the first inpatient facility in the United States for the mentally ill, was constructed as part of an acute care hospital. While he served as the director of the psychiatric department at Johns Hopkins, the first academical child psychiatry department in the world was founded by Leo Kanner in 1930 under Meyer's direction.

    His principal contributions were through his ideas of psychobiology (or alternatively, ergasiology, a term he coined from the Greek words for working and doing), by which Meyer designated an approach to psychiatric patients that embraced researching and noting all biological, psychological, and social factors relevant to a case — thus his emphasis on collecting detailed case histories for patients, paying particular attention to the social and environmental background to a patient's upbringing. Meyer believed that mental illness results from personality dysfunction, rather than brain pathology. His later teachings resisted some of the ideas of Sigmund Freud, which Meyer thought placed too much emphasis on factors that were tangential to the functional needs of patients in their everyday lives...
    It was Meyer who suggested the term mental hygiene...


    Psychobiology, Psychiatry, and Psychoanalysis: The Intersecting Careers of Adolf Meyer, Phyllis Greenacre, and Curt Richter

    By common consent, Adolf Meyer (1866–1950) was the most prominent and influential American psychiatrist of the first half of the twentieth century. Particularly after his appointment to Johns Hopkins, as its first professor of psychiatry, he dominated psychiatry in the United States until his retirement in 1941. But his influence was almost equally strong in Britain, where his pragmatism and therapeutic eclecticism had a wide appeal.
    Adolf Meyer was born in Niederweningen in Switzerland on 13 September 1866, the son of a Zwinglian minister. He trained as a neurologist under Auguste Forel at the University of Zurich. In the course of his studies, he spent a year abroad in Edinburgh, London, and Paris, where, among others, he worked under both John Hughlings Jackson and J-M Charcot. Concluding that his career opportunities would be better in the United States, he emigrated immediately after receiving his MD in 1892, initially settling in Chicago, one of the major centres of neurology in the United States. Despite his impressive European credentials, however, he was unable to find a full-time, salaried post at the new, Rockefeller-funded University of Chicago, and the following year, Meyer felt compelled to accept an appointment at the vast Illinois Eastern Hospital for the Insane at Kankakee, some ninety miles from the city.
    Meyer had begun his time at Kankakee by conducting large numbers of autopsies in an attempt to correlate brain lesions with psychiatric diagnoses...
    ... these years also brought Meyer into close contact with the ideas of John Dewey, Charles Peirce and with American pragmatism, a set of philosophic doctrines that henceforth exercised a considerable hold on him and helped to fuel his enthusiasm for collecting endless amounts of data. A later move to Massachusetts led to intellectual ties to the third major figure among American pragmatists, the Harvard psychologist William James...
    At Worcester, modelling his approach on the best German clinics and mental hospitals, Meyer developed links to the local Clark University and developed a programme to bring in four or five new assistants a year, recruited from the best mental hospitals in the country on the basis of their academic records and a competitive examination...
    His chair at Hopkins provided Meyer with an extraordinarily powerful and prominent base on which to build his influence in the discipline, and he used it to great effect. The 1920s and 1930s saw the expansion of academic psychiatry across the United States, with much of the growth underwritten by the munificence of the Rockefeller Foundation, which had decided by the late 1920s to make the specialty its top priority in the field of medicine. The stream of students passing through Hopkins in these decades went on to prominent positions in these new departments, bearing with them the influence of Meyer's eclecticism, and declaring their allegiance to Meyerian psychobiology. By one estimate, in 1937, as many as 10 per cent of all academic psychiatrists in the United States had trained at Hopkins under him. His influence extended abroad, particularly to Britain, where Aubrey Lewis in London and David Henderson in Edinburgh came to dominate the discipline, both having received extensive training at Hopkins under Meyer. And his dominance was all the greater since so many of his pupils remained in his shadow. Smith Ely Jelliffe once commented waspishly that Meyer had put “partly castrated pupils in professional chairs” all across the country...

  20. Ties in with the information I have been gathering...

    1. Michael Borusiewicz; we share similar information as published above (with all the same professions involved) & have the Evidence of Australian State Governmental Agencies & Employees being involved at the highest levels of these practices against children & they are protected & the victims or their families are targeted as a result if they speak out & I have a well documented history of this.

  21. good on you for speaking out,hope you get some closure so you can move on.I also was institutionalised and tampered with in the 70s and upon trying to get some satisfaction have had nothing but doors slammed in my face.Just being told it happened to long ago and for me to press charges on someone that is definetly dead.

  22. Hi Anon, not sure how to get a message to you any other way. Do you have contact details for Fiona or any other witnesses? I have been doing stories/reports on the Hampstead Heath situation as well and as an Australian would like to assist in exposing what us happening here.

  23. I bet it's not just nazis. Nicole kidman's father is jewish. This paedophila seems to be practised amongst wealthy powerful men who are above the law. The most wealthiest people in the world are not nazis. They are Zionists.

    1. Yes True and they are all liars and Satanic Paedophiles , The Lying So called jews and their 6 million Bullshit is all tied up with this , as Fiona has Mentioned.