“God Molecule” “Mankind Project” Drug Cult Expands Through “MK” Real Estate Agents in Hawaii and Beyond
‘MANKIND PROJECT ‘ HYPOCRISY OF LYING “CHURCH PRIEST” LAWYER MAKING, PROMOTING, and TRAFFICKING A SCHEDULE I CONTROLLED NARCOTIC
Sherri Kane and Dr. Leonard G. Horowitz
(March 8, 2015)
Nineteen major religions are being disparaged by a cult offering greater “personal” intimacy with God, the benefits of “community medicine,” and “blessings” of psychological counseling for needy men and abused women who feel unfulfilled in a world where confusing sexuality generates abusive co-dependencies and money.
At least that is what the propaganda evidences on the Internet, much of it sourcing from the Big Island of Hawaii. Here, in Pacific paradise, famous for tourism, “Maui wowie,” political hypocrisy, and corrupt courts, what began in a secret CIA program in the 1950s, now thrives with sales for “self development” seminars featuring “initiations” with marijuana and the Schedule 1 narcotic hallucinogen dimethyltryptamine, also called “DMT,” promoted as the “God molecule.”
Each “ritual” generates $500-700 for drug traffickers (dba, “seminar leaders”) engaged in manufacturing, trafficking, consumer fraud, and money laundering through a real estate enterprise enriching most notably the three men shown here–Hilo real estate and marijuana defense attorney Paul J. Sulla, Jr., his “Ayahuasca church” partner, Augustuz Elliott, owner of Hamakua Coast Realty, and Forrest Arnold, owner of Hawaii Green Realty.
Supported by a team of “ManKind Project” initiates, with the “MK” prominent in their organization’s advertisements, their administrators include “financial director” Duane Elliott; a general contractor and “Warrior Films” producer, Michael Bonahan, who is also “Hawaii Outreach Coordinator;” and many others seen on a series of YouTube uploads that solicit troubled men to register for a “New Warrior Training Adventure” that has been panned as a silly cult in England’s Daily Mail and conceals the “initiates” ritualistic commerce what Scientific American author John Horgan accurate calls ““the worst of liars,” leaving some users gripped by delusions,” most accurately phrased “consumer fraud by organized crime.”
The main pathology these unlicensed medical practitioners treat is the affliction of interpersonal alienation associated with spiritual deprivation. Their “market” is hugely lucrative. They prey on victims of this psycho-social disease that is endemic in the world in which Hollywood models stars larger than life, television broadcasts vibrant HDV more colorful than real life, and our academic mentors and media engineer our beliefs, attitudes, behaviors, and above all fears, confusing self-identity and dissociating the “self” from community and communion with the Source of creation.
That rift of alienation between self and others, between the sexes, and between people and their loving omni-present God within, has generated the profitable market for illicit drug dealers. In this case, self-proclaimed “priests” and “shamans” have wrapped organized crime in a “self-help seminar” package, that on its face screams consumer fraud. The gurus indemnify themselves against liability by making the needy psychologically-suffering “initiates” sign a confidentiality contract making you liable if you disclose the illegal manufacture, promotion, and distribution of the drugs, as you can see here in the furnished contract.
result, the drop-out, or apathy, is precisely what the propagandists had in mind. And this outcome is quite similar to an Ayahuasca trip, according to John Horgan, author of “My Ayahuaca Trip,” published by Scientific American. If you read Horgan’s lengthy detailed recollection of his “intoxication reaction,” you will feel the urge to ” Log out.” And, there is nothing redeeming about finishing that reading.
investigator Tom Mitchelson who survived the training, “relieved to be back in the real world,” where it took him “two full days to get the strange mantras and patterns of speech out of my head.”
Curiously, neither Mitchelson, nor the more favorable description of the MK Project published by Wikipedia, mentions a word about ayahuasca; but then again, the media is widely known for manipulating intelligence in favor of the Anglo-American intelligence community that certainly does not relish this public disclosure. A quick review of web postings, however, shows MK trainers and advertisers promoting ayahuasca “journeying” during myriad trainings led by New Agers keen on the MK Project and DMT-induced hallucinating, as Sulla and his son–the lead “priests” or “shamans” of the “Sky of Hawai’I (a.k.a., Ceu’ do Hawai’I ‘spiritual community’), that Sulla registered with the Hawaii Department of Commerce and Consumer Affairs as THE ECLECTIC CENTER OF UNIVERSAL FLOWING LIGHT-PAULO ROBERTO SILVA E SOUZA, making sure he put the dash between “LIGHT” and “PAULO” to conceal his operation of the Hawaii branch of the Peruvian organization from Internet search engines and law enforcers.
“Yes, Mama Aya, indeed. Are you experienced?” Jeffrey Turbull asked co-author Kane on Facebook. Turnbull, experienced in ayahuasca “journeying” through Sulla’s Hamakua Coast “church,” sent Kane a series of messages, beginning with niceties, and ending with, “I understand that are under inordinate degree of mental/emotional anvuish now. I think Pele wants you guys off that land.” “Pele” being Sulla.
Quoted directly from: PROJECT MKULTRA, THE CIA’S PROGRAM OF RESEARCH IN BEHAVIORAL MODIFICATION. Joint Hearing Before the Select Committee on Intelligence and the Subcommittee on Health and Scientific Research of the Committee on Human Resources, United States Senate, Ninety-Fifth Congress, First Session, August 3, 1977. Chaired by Hawaii Senator Daniel K. Inouye, Vice Chairman Barry Goldwater, Arizona.
CIA Drug Testing Programs
1. The Rationale for the Testing Programs
[In t]he late 1940s and early 1950s. . . . [t]he belief that hostile powers ha used chemical and biological agents in interrogations, brainwashing, and in attacks designed to harass, disable, or kill Allied personnel created considerable pressure for a “defensive” program to investigate chemical and biological agents so that the intelligence community could understand the mechanisms by which these substances worked and how their effects could be defeated.
Of particular concern was the [hallucinogenic] drug LSD. [Quoting one CIA officer] “[It] is awfully hard in this day and age to reproduce how frightening all of this was to us at the time, particularly after the drug scene has become as widespread and as knowledgeable in this country as it did. But we were literally terrified, because this was the one material that we had ever been able to locate that really had potential fantastic possibilities if used wrongly.” (pg. 72:392)
But the defensive orientation soon became secondary. Chemical and biological agents were to be studied in order “to perfect techniques . . for the abstraction of information from individuals whether willing or not” and in order to “develop means for the control of the activities and mental capacities of individuals whether willing or not.” One Agency official noted that drugs would be useful in order to “gain control of bodies whether they were willing or not” in the process of removing personnel . . . In other programs, the CIA began to develop, produce, stockpile, and maintain in operational readiness materials which could be used to harass, disable, or kill specific targets. [The overall program was called MK:ULTRA, and some evidence indicates the “MK” initials derive from the National Institutes of Health and National Cancer Institute laboratories’ suppliers, Robert Manaker and Paul Koten. Others have theorized the “MK” branding derives from the phrase, “Mind Kontrol.”]
“. . . As the Chief of the Medical Staff of the Central Intelligence Agency wrote in 1952:
‘There is ample evidence in the reports of innumerable interrogations that the Communists were utilizing drugs, physical duress, electric shock, and possibly hypnosis against their enemies. With such evidence it is difficult not to keep from becoming rabid about our apparent laxity. We are forced by this mounting evidence to assume a more aggressive role in the development of these techniques, but must be cautious to maintain strict inviolable control because of the havoc that could be wrought by such techniques in unscrupulous hands.’
“In order to meet the perceived threat to the national security, substantial programs for the testing and use of chemical and biological agents–including projects involving the surreptitious administration of LSC [and DMT] to unwitting nonvolunteer subjects “at all social levels, high and low, native American and foreign”–were conceived, and implemented. These programs resulted in substantial violations of the rights of individuals within the United States.
“Although the CIA recognized these effects of LSD to unwitting individuals within the United States, the project continued. As the Deputy Director for Plans, Richard Helms, wrote the Deputy Director of Central Intelligence during discussions . . . :
‘While I share your uneasiness and distaste for any program which tends to intrude upon an individual’s private and legal prerogatives, I believe it is necessary that the Agency maintain a central role in this activity, keep current on enemy capabilities[,] the manipulation of human behavior, and maintain an offensive capability.’
“There were no attempts to secure approval for the most controversial aspects of these programs from the executive branch or Congress. The nature and extent of the programs were closely held secrets; even DCI McCone was not briefed on all the details of the program involving surreptitious administration of LSD [neglecting DMT] until 1963. It was deemed imperative that these programs be concealed from the American people. As the CIA’s Inspector General wrote in 1957:
‘Precautions must be taken not only to protect operations from exposure to enemy forces but also to conceal these activities from the American public in general. The knowledge that the Agency is engaging in unethical and illicit activities would have serious repercussions in political and diplomatic circles and would be detrimental to the accomplishment of its mission.” (pg. 74: 394)