Super Soldier Talk – Kimberly Lusanna – Johnny Tran, Umbrella’s Dr. Birkin, Montauk Memories
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Original Recording Date: November 26, 2022
Kimberly Lusanna is a SSP experiencer and Super Soldier who was abducted by the CIA at the age of five. The U.S. Military Secret Space Program used Kimberly in many underground facilities, and forced her to participate in several unacknowledged SAPs utilizing MK-Ultra mind control and the splitting of her consciousness into myriad alters through torture and technology. She is still considered to be an active secret space program military asset today. Some of the nefarious government SSP projects/programs that Kimberly has been involved with include Project Looking Glass, Montauk, Project Witchblade and Project Seagate. Kimberly is also currently a participant in off-world military corporations and programs such as Dark Fleet, Shoreline, Monarch, Umbrella and Kruger, where she was a lead programmer over cloned assassins.
Today’s topics include an update about her alter, Johnny Tran, whose life was featured in the movie “The Fast and the Furious,” and her alter was featured in “Resident Evil.” We will also be sharing some of her Saint Germain messages, update from her Vrillion channeling, and some information about her time at Montauk.
Excerpts from the interview
Kimberly Lusanna: Let’s first talk about some of my Montauk stuff. As I mentioned before, I was in the Montauk Project: Montauk 1 and Montauk 2. Now, those took place in the 1970s, and then again in the 1980s. So, if you were born in ’68 through about ’73, you were Montauk 1; ’74 through about ’82—maybe a little bit later—’83, ’84, maybe, is Montauk 2. So Montauk 2 took place at Brookhaven Labs; Montauk 1 took place at Camp Hero.
James: And Ibis would have come after that.
Kimberly: Yes: Ibis, Pegasus, yeah. So, Ibis is how they broke people. In order to get these abilities out, they torture us as children, and that’s how they find out if we can open portals, if we can teleport, all of that. So, the idea is that once they crack you open—what I call crack you open—and find out what you can do, they put you in the chair. And by the way, the chair was not perfected until 1969, maybe.
James: But that chair was taken from a crashed UFO; they repurposed it.
Kimberly: Some say. Some say it was from the UFO; some say they made a trade with Sirius A.
James: Penny Bradley said that the early program they were still taking women, but later on they just focused on boys, because the women were a lot harder to control. Do you have any memories of that? Like, later on, did you see mainly boys later on?
Kimberly: Well, the Montauk boys: the boys were in the ‘60s. They did take only boys. And after that, once they perfected the chair, that’s when they opened it up for girls. And actually, I’ve remote-viewed this, and I have technology also, that we can get into later. But the point is that when I remote-viewed it and ran it through technology, I know who the chair operators were in the ‘70s, and I was one of the chair operators.
And actually, it’s in my record as well, is that I was Duncan Cameron’s backup. So, Duncan Cameron was the main person in the chair. He was the one that operated the chair. He was the one that trained people in the chair. He was the number-one chair operator. I was Duncan’s backup. So, I would have been chair operator number-one; there’s another super-soldier number-two, who I know; and then Wesker would have been number-three chair operator.
So, since I was Duncan Cameron’s backup, I was also the child on August 12, 1983, to open up a portal to send Duncan and Al back to 1943 to round out the Montauk Project.
The time loop, if you study the Eldridge and the Philadelphia Experiment, 1943 is connected to 1963, which is connected to 1983. And so, Duncan and Al ended up in time, jumping off the Eldridge and ending up in 1983—August 12, 1983. They ended up back in this reality. And that date—it had to be that date—there was a portal opened up, and those two were sent back in time to 1943. I was the child in the chair that opened up the portal and closed the project.
James: Okay, so at that point, that’s when Junior showed up?
Kimberly: Junior was—no. Junior was early, very early on. Junior destroyed the lab.
James: But that was right around the time that you would have this thing in 1983, right?
Kimberly: I don’t know. I know that that happened; I don’t know if it’s before—
James: Were you there when Junior destroyed the base?
Kimberly: Junior was before 1983; they unleashed Junior early.
James: So they would have had to repair the facility.
Kimberly: They moved it.
James: I see. So that’s when it became Montauk 2.
James: So, when it became Montauk 2, did they also take the same kids?
Kimberly: So, the kids for Montauk 1 became the handlers for the kids at Montauk 2.
James: And that’s what you did, you handled other children at that point?
Kimberly: We all did. But, yeah, and I was a trainer. I trained you; I trained Adrian.
James: Adrian Espinoza?
James: And do you actually have memories of training me at Montauk, at Brookhaven?
Kimberly: Faint, very faint. I know I’ve seen you there.
How many kids do you think were involved in Montauk 2, at Brookhaven?
Kimberly: So, there were thousands and thousands and thousands of children utilized to test the chair. So, it was very— if you’ve done any research on Montauk, it was a guessing game for a lot of it. And they would bring boys in by the thousands, and they would be used as batteries. As a psychic in the chair, you can utilize somebody else’s energy as a boost to get you to the space to open up a portal. So, they were utilizing children as batteries for the chair for many years.
I should just mention that, if you’re looking for a number, the number of children within the experiment are thousands and thousands and thousands. And there are only two ways to get out of Montauk, and that’s in the secret space program or death. So, if you’re looking for a number, I do have a number. I have technology that actually can give you that kind of information.
James: Didn’t you say there were 74 people?
Kimberly: Yeah, 74 people ever. Ever.
James: At Montauk.
Kimberly: Yeah, in the chair, in the chair.
James: 74 operators, and the rest were just—
Kimberly: 74 operators only, ever.
James: And the guinea pigs most likely did not survive very long.
Kimberly: They did not survive. And all the children that were dying were buried by us.
James: So, you remember (digging) mass graves?
James: Okay, going back to Montauk 1, did they bury them on the surface, or—? I mean, it’s all underground, right?
Kimberly: Yeah, they would bring them and we would dig; we would dig in the forest. I don’t have vivid memories of the disposal. You know, I have flashes.
James: One of the things they would do is take the child and put him on a pile of dead bodies during their dissociation phase, to try and break him.
James: And they would put him in a dark room with these dead bodies.
Kimberly: Yeah. They had rooms full of bodies.
James: Do you remember them doing something like that to you?
Kimberly: Uh, I’m sure they did. There was a lot of cage activity at Montauk.
James: Do you remember being in the cages?
James: How many cages did they have in a room?
Kimberly: They didn’t keep us in cages all the time—we had barracks. But the cages were used as torture. So, they tortured us regularly. So, it’s just part of their thing. In order to get the abilites that they needed to operate their equipment, this is what they needed to do.
James: So, if you were successful you’d get like a steak meal, and if you weren’t, you would get put in the cage?
Kimberly: No. If you were unsuccessful, you died. So, anybody that’s living from Montauk was successful.
James: I see. But still, they put the kids in the cages and they would feed them dog food, I guess, at least early on in the project.
James: And later on, I guess they decided to be a little bit nicer and give them better food.
James: And during this time, did Preston or Duncan Cameron ever abuse you?
Kimberly: That’s a loaded question.
James: Did they treat you well, or did they say— I think Preston had a dog named Stupid. Did he ever say, “Do you want to be like Stupid?”
Kimberly: Well, you have to— You know, they were mind-controlled just like we’re controlled, so it would be unfair— Yeah, there was mistreatment all-around for everybody.
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