The author “Gabriel” who’s Earthly identity should remain anonymous, releases this story of the survival from darkness into the account of the fictional character Elise. Elise experiences the abuse of a world order contrived from the end of the last Earth war, by design of deep programming to become one of many patsy plants to be manipulated by the aim of darkness. However Elise has defeated their programming and survived. While fragile, she has a hidden strength of the light.
This is a fictional account of the CIA’s MK ULTRA Monarch Project, initially designed to create patsy assassins. This book maybe used to help survivals out of their deep programmed delusions.
This program is for DoorKing users, to help them facilitate the programming of their DoorKing door access computer through manual entry on the unit it self. You perform the tasks you want and a script will be generated to program those tasks on the DoorKing unit. This may not work on all DoorKing models. Version 1.0 of this program works on a specific board model that may not apply your unit. Future version will be programmable what codes do what, however the sequencing is the same across all models as far as I know. We are also looking for a hardware modem to have a future version of this program that optionally calls and programs your unit over the phone. That version would require a hardware modem and since most modems produced in last 25+ years are soft modems, this may not be a viable option.
Download [doorking script writer] for Win32/64.
To a good cause, made in Chicago during pre-depression era typewriter, the Oliver Type 9 has been donated to Childhood Fractured in Lakeview, Chicago where it will be a functional display item that will be available for visitors to leave anonymously anything they wish to share with other visitors.
The space at 1432 W. Irving Park was donated to Childhood Fractured, NFP in 2018 by the original space owner of Asado Coffee House, Jeff L. where the same coffee is roasted daily at 420 degrees and brewed slowly, drip over method.
Coffee is free and donations are accepted towards the cause of Childhood Fractured, it’s aim to end childhood sexual abuse.
The organization also serves tea and offers free classes.
Visit their site for more information at: https://www.childhoodfractured.com/
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