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Access Denied: For Reasons of National Security

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From the authors of the cult classic TRANCE Formation of America.

With their lives and liberty on the line, TRANCE was hurriedly condensed from courtroom testimony into a book form and privately published by the authors in September 1995.

ACCESS DENIED For Reasons of National Security is the rest of their true life's story, which required 16 years for the authors to survive
Paperback, 408 pages
Published August 1st 2004 by Reality Marketing Inc
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May 02, 2010 ♥Xeni♥ rated it it was amazing
This is THE biggest whistleblower book ever written. The author was abused for 30 years, until she was rescued by a good man. They then spent another 13 years trying to rescue Cathy's daughter from the same clutches that held her for so long.

This is actually the second book that Cathy wrote. The first one, TRANCE, is a collection of documents that were used at court, and although that book was read by millions of people, it didn't answer a lot of questions like "how did Cathy even recover?" This
May 11, 2014 T. rated it it was amazing
The sequel to Trance Formation of America. A real eye-opener. A must read!
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Mar 17, 2015 Roy Reyna rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
The things we don't know.

It's scary to think that any part of this maybe true. Imagine that it may be and then think of the names involved. Then think about the lives of the writers and what they had to go through to tell Americans what is really happening in their country. Love will overcome any evil. The truth is an amazing thing.
Nov 29, 2016 Chevonne rated it did not like it
The conversations Mark and Cathy supposedly had were looooong monolouges. Found some discrepancies between this and Trance. 1. Cathy supposedly doesn't know how to cook, can't boil water in this book. In Trance, she cooked her husband a "big greasy breakfast". 2. Kelly singing "Swing Low Sweet Chariot" as the feds removed the children from the group home. How did she even have any point of reference for that song and/or its implications and relevance to what was happening to them? And Mark...I g ...more
Jan 05, 2017 Kate rated it it was amazing
This is a true account of Cathy O' Brien's life as an ML ultra mind controlled spy and sex slave and how she got free and recovered her photographic memories of major players in our government . She and Mark Phillips became whistle blowers who are traveling around sharing their story while trying to save Cathy' a teen age daughter from the FBI and CIA . The info in it is priceless and will stretch your beliefs into new possibilities! I appreciate her courage and beautiful open heart and soulfuln ...more
Aug 15, 2010 Dale rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
The binding on this book fell apart while I was reading it, and we were camping, so the pages kept blowing all over the place and I was running around trying to pick them up.
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“You correctly predicted the rise of heroin while Bush was in office,” he said. “And people still don’t think to ask why his Yale Skull and Bones fraternity name is ‘Poppy.’ Since Clinton is more heavily involved in cocaine ops than he is Bush’s heroin ops7, the price of coke and crack will probably drop in this country while availability soars. ” Mark agreed. “The Presidency switched parties all right, from a heroin party to a coke party with all the same players involved.” “Except for the kids Bush used and abused,” I said. “Neither Hillary nor Bill believe in pedophilia. From my point of view, that is a major difference between the Bushes and Clintons. Other than that, they’re playing the same DARPA-Sandia Labs computer game.” 3 likes
“Repressed memory of childhood sexual abuse usually begins to surface around age 30 when natural electro-chemical changes occur in the brain. The is a widely known and established fact. The fact that the Vatican placed a ten-year statute of limitations on reporting such abuse eliminates a vast number of their victims from joining the class action suit. Neither Cathy nor Kelly is eligible for compensation under this rule. How many others are being ignored?” 1 likes
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