Case Study 58

Those who regularly peruse the Case Studies (link below) will have noticed certain repeated themes; the victims chosen to be brainwashed by the Controllers of Mordor and their political leader. The victims are brainwashed between lifetimes and often murdered to facilitate this effort. Feminists are prevalent among the victims.

They are then used for nefarious purposes and kept from pursuing their natural inclinations, particularly political, in the following life. The following soul was used to harvest more souls for the same masters. She also played a part in an attempt to pass the blame for efforts by the giant Controller fascists attempts to start a race war onto liberals, hippies and environmentalists.

The master of the witches in this lifetime was the Grand Inquisitor in his last.

This is Ethel Florence Richardson (3 January 1870 – 20 March 1946). She was an Australian feminist author who wrote under the pen name Henry Handel Richardson. She wrote eight novels among other works.

Ethel excelled in music and the arts while attending Presbyterian Ladies College in Melbourne. She and her sister were ardent supporters of women’s suffrage movement (suffragettes) in London. She claimed to have contact with her deceased husband through seances and researched metaphysics.

This woman is Susan Atkins (May 7, 1948 – September 24, 2009). Susan was a member of the Manson Family (see The Interesting Case of Charles). As a young girl she was a member of her schools glee club (choir) and the church choir. Her mother died when she was 13 and she lived with relatives after.

When she was 18 she left home for San Fransisco where she met the zombie cult leader Charles Manson (Case Study 10). Manson was programmed while in prison in Washington State. She became part of his “Family.”

In 1969 their group committed 9 murders. Susan was convicted for involvement of 8 of them, including the Tate – LaBianca killings. She was sentenced to death, later commuted to life imprisonment.

The mugshot of Susan Atkins, one of the Manson family murderers.

Susan Atkins at trial and during detainment can be described as strange. She giggled at the trial and made childlike expressions. Whomever possessed her?

In 1977, Atkins published her autobiography, Child of Satan, Child of God, in which she recounted the time she spent with the Manson Family, her religious conversion, and her prison experiences.

She became paralyzed and died in 2009. The cause of death was listed as natural causes. The fascist rapist Controllers accomplished their mission – she didn’t write books on feminism this time around.