I am reposting some old postings from 2013 that were erased in the Grand Delete of 2014. I will just repost them, that I retrieve from https://archive.org/ , without any further comment.
I found this interesting article which makes a strong case that Leonard Cohen has been enrolled in the MK Ultra program from at least the age of 17. If the events in this article occurred, then the MK Ultra activities at McGill University were never suspended and are ongoing today.
The link is here:
(photo on link)
The man in the photo, taken at McGill University in 1951, is 17-year-old Leonard Cohen. He's wearing a blindfold, and his ears, fingers and hands are encased in padded restraints which prevent movement and cut off all sensory stimulation. This is one of Dr. Donald Hebb's famous/notorious sensory isolation experiments, for which student volunteers were paid the then-princely sum of $20 a day. Some of the volunteers were unable to stand this torture for more than a few hours. Some tore off the bandages and banged on the door of the isolation chamber, screaming and crying to be released.
I see Arleigh from Cgi's post is on the front, after I had already post a response to her posting there. So, if I do something wrong by posting the response in both places, to be notified. Yes?
Leonard Cohen, the singer, would it be real to say as an alter? An alter that knew something of some things? The soul being laid out bare of knowing something?
What one does not know, they feel in the soul, and to remain a secret?
Leonard Cohen singing the song --”In my secret Life”--may of reveal some of this way of the alters.
Every time I hear this song it brings the memory when I was about 12 years old or so-----I was in grade seven. We lived in the country on the farm, one night I am awaken by the humming sound, and see this light coming in the window, that seems to move, as the shadows of the trees branches outside move across the walls and ceiling of my room. I go to look out the window, but I cannot move. This humming sound that seems like it be moving, and the room lit up with the dark shadows of the branches moving across, I just lay there. The humming sound seemed to put me back to sleep.
I tell my mother and father about this, and my father say, “Ah, you just be dreaming”.
Maybe, but the feeling in my soul when listening to this song, it be the same feeling of that night, like of something of losing hope, and saddened, for a longing.
But it truly be hard to put the feeling to words
Robert Smith O'Ghobhain
RobertS, thanks for the song posting. I had the same response - that Cohen has a great deal of sadness over this "secret life" of his.
From what I've read, I'd speculate that the singer is his core personality. I've also read that the programming breaks down to a large extent after the age of 50 so it's possible he has some suspicions that something is amiss in his history.
As for your experience as a 12 year old, it sounds to me like an abduction experience, but you would know better if that fits as an explanation.