Readers also learn that the licensed counseling social worker has touched the lives of "hundreds" of women whom Byington has labeled survivors of "ritual abuse."
According to Byington, the subject of her book Twenty-Two Faces, Jenny Hill, suffered as a child "months of abuse by a group of black hooded-robed men in painted white faces directed by a Nazi master mind-control programmer known as Dr. Greenbaum."
According to Colin A. Ross, M.D., founder of the Dallas-based Colin Ross Institute for Psychological Trauma, who provided a glowing foreword to Byington's book
clients from different areas of the country have purported this "Dr. Green" was a Jewish turncoat who worked under tutelage of Nazi doctors experimenting on children in concentration camps. Greenbaum was believed brought into the U.S. after World War II by the CIA for their Project Paperclip mind-control program.Buyington also mentions the work of Corydon Hammond, Ph.D., of the University of Utah Medical Center Family Practice Clinic, who joined 18 other therapists to conduct an eight-year probe on their ritually-abused clients' backgrounds, concluding that "75% claimed torture under direction of a Dr. Greenbaum." Interestingly, Hammond was also one of the self-proclaimed experts on satanism who consulted for Dr. Allan Tesson, who was sued for $650,000, in 1996, for implanting false memories of satanic ritual abuse and child pornography in one of his adult patients.
Also notable is the mention of Weston Whatcott, Ph.D., M.S.W., L.C.S.W., who treated Jenny Hill at the Utah State Psychiatric Hospital 1984-1985, and who states
Jenny's multiplicity was a result of childhood trauma: repeated sexual assaults coupled with ritual abuse. Her background as so eloquently portrayed in Twenty-Two Faces is congruent with what I observed at the hospital including narrative of her alters [sic] personalities.In addition to being an expert of covert organized child sexual abuse, Whatcott also founded West-Sands Adoptions in Provo, which for decades has flown-in to Utah children from Asia to Africa, for placement in private homes and various orphanages.
Lastly, Byington claims that Jenny Hill knows the fate of Kathleen Shea, who disappeared in Pennsylvania in 1965 at the age of six, and for whom relatives still grieve, in a case that remains officially unsolved. Although neither law enforcement nor Shea's family have commented on Byington's claims, she maintains that on June 21, 1965, Jenny Hill "was taken to a 'Black Temple' rite in Garden Grove, California where [Jenny] was strapped to an alter [sic], tortured and forced to watch the murder" of Shea, which Byington describes in graphic detail in her book.
Guest Post by Judy Byington, author of "22 Faces"
Tracee Gleichner, American Chronicle.
June 21, 2012
Judy Byington, M.S.W., L.C.S.W., ret, has dedicated her life to humanizing and raising public awareness about the little known effects of ritual abuse and mind-control programming that tragically cause formation of multiple personalities in children.
The retired CEO, therapist, author and mental health supervisor is founder and leader of Trauma Research Center, a non-profit organization dedicated to providing information through CEU accredited seminars and lectures on Dissociation and coordinating ritual abuse survivor group, therapeutic and legal resources.
The former mental health supervisor spent twenty years in research with Jenny Hill while interviewing hundreds of ritual abuse survivors, legal entities, therapists, families of missing children and religious, media and community leaders. She works as a consultant on Occult crime with the Utah Attorney General´s office.
With a compelling drive to educate the public on the unimaginable horrors faced by children born into families practicing ritual abuse, Byington continues to pen books about survivors like Jenny Hill who suffer repressed childhood memories of forced participation in rape, torture and murder. Her upcoming book Saints, Sinners and Satan provides a first person account of her own experiences with multiple personality survivors and Occult crime.
You can find out more about the book at http://twentytwofaces.com or at the blog http://www.22faces.com
Utah Woman Claims Witnessing A Human Sacrifice
A Utah woman claims she underwent mind-control, survived a human sacrifice ceremony, witnessed another child's homicide and was not alone in her allegations of ritual abuse according to her newly released biography, Twenty-Two Faces: Inside the Extraordinary Life of Jenny Hill and Her Twenty-Two Multiple Personalities (Tate Publishing, Oklahoma).
Hill states that on June 21, 1965 she was taken to a "Black Temple" rite in Garden Grove, California where the six year-old was strapped to an alter, tortured and forced to watch the murder of another six year-old identified as Kathleen Shea. Shea's cold case has remained open in Tyrone Pennsylvania since she disappeared on March 18, 1965 while walking four blocks to morning kindergarten.
Since childhood Hill chronicled in her journals months of abuse by a group of black hooded-robed men in painted white faces directed by a Nazi master mind-control programmer known as Dr. Greenbaum. According to Colin A. Ross, M.D., author of the 22Faces Foreword and seventeen books on multiplicity or dissociation, clients from different areas of the country have purported this "Dr. Green" was a Jewish turncoat who worked under tutelage of Nazi doctors experimenting on children in concentration camps. Greenbaum was believed brought into the U.S. after World War II by the CIA for their Project Paperclip mind-control program.
Twenty-Two Faces author Judy Byington, M.S.W., L.C.S.W., ret., secured an exclusive interview with Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints General Authority Elder Glen Pace. In 1990 Pace sent a memo to President Ezra Taft Benson summarizing a church committee's year of interviews with what was to be over a hundred ritual abuse survivors in the U.S. and Mexico, exposing, "45 members witnessed human sacrifice."
These shocking disclosures were further verified by the Utah Governor's Task Force on Ritual Abuse co-chaired by Noemi Mattis, J.D., Ph.D. During the same time as the LDS report, community leaders surveyed therapists and legal entities throughout the state. These two evaluations resulted in hiring of Satanic Ritual Abuse Investigators at the Utah Attorney General's office headed by Lieutenant Mike King. King later transferred to Homeland Security to do ritual abuse investigation training across the nation.
In the early 1980s after release of the best-selling biography of a Canadian multiple personality, Michelle Smith, hundreds of mainly women began knocking on therapist doors throughout the United States and Canada claiming the same ritual abuse portrayed in psychiatrist Lawrence Pazder's Michelle Remembers and as Hill endured.
This upsurge in the multiple personality diagnosis resulted in formation of the International Society for Study of Trauma and Dissociation to teach professionals treatment techniques. Mattis, who attended the first ISSTD meeting in Chicago, said, "When I first heard of Satanic Ritual Abuse reports from clients I was flabbergasted, more so when similar reports came from several patients who did not know one another. In the first 1984 ISSTD meeting in Chicago, half of the 1200 therapists in attendance raised their hand when asked whether they had heard of ritual abuse from their patients. It does exist."
After ISSTD organized Corydon Hammond, Ph.D. of the University of Utah Medical Center Family Practice Clinic, joined 18 other therapists to conduct an eight-year probe on their clients' backgrounds, concluding, "75% claimed torture under direction of a Dr. Greenbaum."
Weston Whatcott, Ph.D., M.S.W., L.C.S.W., who treated Ms. Hill at the Utah State Psychiatric Hospital 1984-1985, stated, "Jenny's multiplicity was a result of childhood trauma: repeated sexual assaults coupled with ritual abuse. Her background as so eloquently portrayed in Twenty-Two Faces is congruent with what I observed at the hospital including narrative of her alters personalities."
Since 2006 22 Faces author Byington has acted as a consultant on satanic crime for the Utah Attorney General's office of Special Investigations.
Tracee Gleichner, American Chronicle. "Guest Post by Judy Byington, author of '22 Faces.'" June 21, 2012 http://www.americanchronicle.com/articles/printFriendly/281191