“The greatest gift anyone can give is a good memory”
Our great nation and essentially the whole world lost one of humanity’s true heroes, Mark Phillips, September 6, 2017.
Mark Phillips was an extraordinary man of integrity who refused to tolerate criminal activity he witnessed while a US Government Intelligence insider. He devoted the last 25 years of his life to blowing the whistle on perpetraitors, including Bill and Hillary Clinton, for pedophilia, human trafficking, cocaine and heroin black ops and more. When the 1947 National Security Act was invoked on Mark’s and my testimony for US Congress in 1995, he safely navigated us along the fine legal line we walked as whistleblowers right up until September 6.
There are no words big enough to express the monumental loss of my best friend and soul mate. We lived every moment as though it were our last, played harder than we worked, enjoyed silence between us as much as laughter, cherished our differences as much as our shared views, and embraced true nature with passion. We shared a vast life’s purpose together, speaking out globally to those with eyes to see, ears to hear, and soul to know truth. We opened eyes to the reality of mind control, PTSD, and healing from both.
How fortunate for me that the keys Mark handed me to my own mind empowered me to heal from within rather than rely on outside influence. With strength of spirit I am aware that those same healing methods apply to coping with today’s overwhelming transition. I write out poetry, walk in nature surrounded by loving pets, breathe in fresh air, feel the sun on my skin, watch my watch, and focus on SOULutions. I do not mourn for Mark- he is free of the gravity of this world’s responsibilities which are now ours. I mourn for u.s. who are left without his valiant brilliance lighting paths to Constitutional values of freedom and justice for all.
Mark dedicated his life and ultimately his vast knowledge of intelligence- level mind sciences to the reclamation and preservation of free thought. His noble purpose leaves me free to carry on his legacy as a shining example of the positive impact he made on and for the lives of so many in this world. Love lives on in the light of truth.
Thank you Mark for “the greatest gift anyone can give” — a good and lasting memory.
Cathy O’Brien Phillips
On September 6, 2017, the world lost a hero. Mark Phillips passed away leaving behind a world significantly changed for the good by his devotion to the betterment of humanity. In serving our Government as a whistle blower, Mark had become the ultimate wounded warrior. He stood strong upon the mountain top to shine the light of truth for all to see. He fought to stop injustice, survived on pennies, and literally dodged bullets so We The People could have the tools needed to restore the great nation we once knew. All the while, he lived every moment of each day to cherish the love of his life, his wife Cathy—the strongest woman I have ever known.
Mark’s life before Cathy was like that of any other “Spook”; impossible to have a loving relationship due to the life threatening oath to secrecy all in his profession must take. Against all odds, he took a chance on rescuing Cathy and her daughter Kelly from a life of slavery and mind control. Not once did he falter, since his mission was not solely about Cathy and Kelly, but rather, about justice. In his quest, he found an unexpected reward in their mutual love, when Cathy found herself.
The last 10 years of my life I have been both honored and humbled to know and share living space with Mark and Cathy. In that time, I learned how to care for myself, I became “aware”, engaged in my own healing under their guidance, and as a result, have set and achieved many personal goals. For Mark’s role in all of this, I will honor him forever as my hero, a best friend, my teacher, and the father I always wished I’d had. By being in their presence while Mark and Cathy jointly worked to provide tools to the world for understanding and healing from the ills of deliberate mind control, I myself received healing.
One of life’s lessons came when the three of us survived the tornado outbreak of April 2011, going 5 weeks without power. The devastation to our area was so vast it appeared we were the only people left on the planet. Through this, I learned the resiliency of nature and its ability to come back more beautiful than before. Humanity is a part of this same nature, and I believe our great nation will come back more beautiful than ever before, in part because of the life and work of Mark Phillips.
The healing has begun, let us all help it to continue.
~ Shaela (Administrative Assistant)