Carolyn Hamlett – The Plan

Lifting the Wool

In February 2023, an escapee-turned-whistleblower and former high-ranking member of the Luciferian Brotherhood occult passed away. Her name was Carolyn Hamlett.

Carolyn’s writings and videotaped information about the Luciferian Brotherhood System predated my awareness of an organized witchcraft conglomerate. Most of her information was posted between 2013 and 2018. I didn’t discover The System until late 2020. I’ve been working for a few months now to gather her old videos and old writings and glean what I can from them about what is called by Carolyn and others “The Light Side of the System”. I am sad she is gone, and glad that she is in a better place.

Lucifer is an integral part of the Bible, of biblical history, known for his fall from grace (after which he was mostly called “Satan”). Lucifer/Satan amassed a group of followers and adherents to his perceived status as a God. These adherents…

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18 lessons shared at a women’s mentoring meeting.

Writing by Dr. Dannielle Blumenthal

I believe anyone can benefit from these. Please take what works for you and share freely.

  1. Don’t be afraid to ask for help from a mentor. People want to help, they are glad to be asked, and it shows that you care about doing a good job and growing professionally.
  2. In a leadership position, don’t be afraid to use the services of a leadership coach.
  3. It can be challenging for people with caregiving responsibilities to assert their seriousness as professionals. Do it.
  4. Don’t take sexism personally. Turn it around by asking colleagues to act as allies.
  5. Be yourself. Don’t copy how men dress and act in an effort to be taken seriously.
  6. Don’t fear productive conflict. This is simply part of the work environment.
  7. Overcommunicate. Sometimes you think you’ve communicated, but your audience isn’t aware.
  8. Show up. People call people they know.
  9. Take training. Ask for support from work; don’t…

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A statement against hate, violence, and extremism by Jewish people in particular

Writing by Dr. Dannielle Blumenthal

Anyone who promotes Jewish extremism and/or vigilantism is breaking Halacha (Jewish law) and putting Jewish lives in danger too. The state of Israel is not blameless in this world. We Jewish people are not blameless. We do not automatically have the moral high ground. God asks us to do what is right and repent when we are wrong. In these extremely difficult times for the Jewish people — from a faith perspective and an antisemitism perspective — I pray that we will wake up and unite in returning to Him before it is too late.

By Dr. Dannielle Blumenthal (Dossy). All opinions are the author’s own.

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Nazis Vatican CIA

Writing by Dr. Dannielle Blumenthal

Here is a copy of the Covert Action Information Bulletin, Issue 25, Winter 1986, “Nazis, Vatican and the CIA.” “This collection of Covert Action Information Bulletin issues was released in the CIA’s ‘online archive’.” Download:

By Dr. Dannielle Blumenthal (Dossy). All opinions are the author’s own. Public domain.

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I’m ready to talk about my trauma

Writing by Dr. Dannielle Blumenthal

After half a century, I finally get it. I am a Gen Xer! I definitely have symptoms of persistent trauma. Despite my good upbringing and loving parents, the truth is that I am suffering inside from abandonment issues, attachment issues, emotional neglect.

But I know it isn’t conscious or intentional hurt that was inflicted on me. I can’t go around upset with people who themselves were suffering inside when they raised me, from their own cluster of traumas.

“They didn’t have it to give.”

Frankly I also think my parents got very stupid guidance about child rearing (“Let them cry themselves to sleep.”)

They somehow also believed I could raise myself and my sister while they were working, simply because they had done the same thing and anyway I was smart and mature.

To their credit they have evolved and now pay me copious amounts of attention. But there is…

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Child-On-Child Attacks Are Never “Normal”

Writing by Dr. Dannielle Blumenthal

When I was growing up the attitude was that kids should “fight it out amongst themselves.”

Children however are not adults and they require constant supervision.

Cruelty towards younger, weaker or vulnerable kids is common and traumatizing.

Kids do suffer even if you don’t see them being kicked or punched or excluded.

They suffer even if they can’t express it to you.

They suffer even if it seems to you that they are “safe at home,” “in school,” or “just running around with their friends outside.”

Don’t be afraid to get involved.

By Dr. Dannielle Blumenthal (Dossy). All opinions are the author’s own.

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