does anyone know anything about this woman?
Cathleen Ann O'Brien (born December 4, 1957, Muskegon, Michigan) is an American who claims she is a victim of a mind control government project named Project Monarch, which she said was part of the CIA's Project MKULTRA for behavioral engineering of humans (mind control). O'Brien made these assertions in Trance Formation of America (1995) and Access Denied: For Reasons of National Security (2004) which she co-authored with her husband Mark Phillips.
O'Brien uses hypnosis when attempting to recall memories. Via this method, she relays the abuse she alleges to have suffered as part of Project Monarch.
In her 1995 Trance Formation of America publication, O'Brien states George H. W. Bush and Miguel de la Madrid used holograms to appear in altered forms, "Bush apparently activated a hologram of the lizard-like "alien" which provided the illusion of Bush transforming like a chameleon before my eyes. In retrospect, I understand that Bush had been painstakingly careful in positioning our seats in order that the hologram's effectiveness be maximized.":167, 211
O'Brien says that she has developed dissociative identity disorder (previously called multiple personality disorder) due to being subject to Project Monarch. Normally she has little memory of Project Monarch. However, she states whilst her alternate personalities are in control she has photographic recall of the events suffered.
O'Brien says she was recruited against her will by the CIA and her abusive father as a child, through a network of child pornographers he was involved with, and forced to participate in Project Monarch, which is said to be a subsection of Project MKULTRA and Project ARTICHOKE.
O'Brien also states that she has a recollection of child abuse — of her and her daughter — by international pedophile rings, drug barons and satanists, as part of a sex slave aspect to her "trauma based mind control programming." Individuals from United States, Canadian, Mexican and Saudi Arabian government officials to stars of the Country and Westernmusic scene are among those she accuses of these crimes. According to scholar Michael Barkun, investigations into the story produced no credible evidence and numerous inconsistencies.