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Wendy Hoffman is a survivor of organized criminal abuse and has been a psychotherapist for over two decades working in general practice and the field of recovering dissociated memories. She has a Masters in Social Work and two Masters of Fine Arts. Her first memoir, 'The Enslaved Queen: A Memoir about Electricity and Mind Control', was published by Karnac Books in 2014, and her book of poetry, 'Forceps: Poems about the Birth of the Self', appeared in 2016. Now that she has brought together the separated parts of her mind, taken her life back, and achieved freedom, she wants to help other survivors also become free of mind control.
'I am in awe of the strength it took to write this account of a life dominated by such deeply seated mind control. This continuation of Wendy's story has the same authenticity as her first memoir The Enslaved Queen, highlighting what life is really like for children and adults undergoing this lifelong torture. It is encouraging to see the way in which her journey of enlightenment culminated in her mosaic part-selves all finding their places back home with her, giving hope to other survivors. The horrific intensity of deliberate planned mind control programming comes over very strongly.'- Dr Sandra Buck, MB, ChB, DCH, DFSRH, Chair of RAINS (Ritual Abuse Information Network and Support)'Wendy Hoffman's new book is an incredibly accurate story that details her life story of trauma and abuse and her recovery process to become whole. Most people do not reach this level of recovery. But Wendy shows us that it is possible to recover from ritual abuse and Illuminati torture and mind control. Her work exposes the evil most people either don't know about or refuse to believe. Yet her story is very true. More and more people are remembering their stories exposing these evils. Wendy's strong courage remembering all of this and then telling her story so others can heal shows that there is good in the world and that we can make a difference.'- Neil Brick, survivor of ritual abuse and mind control; editor of the SMART ritual abuse and mind control newsletter