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25 minutes | May 17, 2019
Wizards, witches, gurus and politicians
What do witches, wizards, gurus and politicians have in common? This week we explore the ways in which these mythological figures are not mythological at all. Aria discusses the work of another abuse survivor, the author Wendy Hoffman. Phoenix describes his experiences talking to The Guardian newspaper about sexual abuse connected with the British Crown, and explores the idea that Britain is a terrorist state.
56 minutes | May 1, 2019
What is Mind Control? An introduction.
Join us as we discuss the magic of mind-control. Learn how a perpetrator of abuse, through his exceptional grasp of psychology and human behaviour, is able to manipulate others into serving him while he remains safe and dominant. Both those whom he controls, and the victims of those he controls, have no conscious awareness of their place as pawns in a game. In this podcast we also explore how Freemasons, Royal Families and the police force play a central role in the war against human consciousness.
25 minutes | Jan 12, 2019
This Crazy Society
Are you living in a society which is crazy? This week we explore the ways in which society wounds us. Phoenix describes his abuse in the Boy Scouts, and exposes the ways in which schools, and the church, conceal the abuse of children. Aria talks about her experiences of witnessing abuse by employees of a public swimming pool, and also reflects on the corruptions of organized religion. The show ends with an account of Phoenix's recent experiences of confronting a circle of women who were concealing the abuse of a child.
40 minutes | Jan 6, 2019
The Family and other Prison Systems
What was your family life like? This week we explore what goes on behind the closed doors of many homes. Aria talks about her struggles with anorexia as a consequence of her family’s indifference to her pain. She also describes the way in which abusers disguise themselves in public, and how confusing this can be. Phoenix reflects on his own family and its structural problems. He also talks about how alcohol is used to facilitate the repetition of trauma.
48 minutes | Dec 30, 2018
Love after Abuse
Are you in a relationship with a survivor of abuse? This week we explore the many different ways in which childhood sexual-abuse shapes adult relationships. Aria describes her experience of being assaulted by another survivor, and Phoenix reflects on past relationships in which he was unconscious of his partners’ traumas.
54 minutes | Dec 16, 2018
What was your experience of school like? This week we explore the twisted corridors of the school system. Aria describes her abuse by teachers, and how she went unseen and unheard. Phoenix reflects on the structural problems with the student-teacher dynamic. He also describes his time at an elite London school where students were often exploited, both financially and sexually.
36 minutes | Dec 7, 2018
Breaking the Circle of Silence
Are you keeping silent about sexual abuse? In this episode, we explore the ways in which the people who abuse us rely on our silence, and how this guarantees repetition on the next generation. Join us as both Phoenix and Aria talk about their experiences of silence, and breaking circles of silence.
36 minutes | Nov 30, 2018
Fear of Therapy
Have you ever visited a therapist? Was it useful, or is psychotherapy the monetization of our modern social disconnection? In this episode, we explore this topic and the ways in which therapy can help or harm us. Join us as both Phoenix and The Anonymous Friend talk about their long, and often bizarre, experiences of therapy gone wrong. We also give out information on alternative methods of healing and offer some book suggestions to help with a self-therapy approach.
29 minutes | Nov 22, 2018
The Establishment of Abuse
What are the connections between money, power, and the abuse of children? In this week's episode, Phoenix describes his experience of institutional abuse at an elite London school. He also recounts the school's collaboration with a child abuse camp connected to the seat of power in Britain. We also take a look at how money, government and media use their power to keep the spotlight off those abusers who remain in power.
30 minutes | Nov 16, 2018
Making the darkness visible
Are you determined to be free? This episode focuses on the memories of a ritual abuse survivor and her experiences as a child. Although it is sometimes difficult to listen to accounts of what happens to children, as the psychologist Carl Jung said, "Enlightenment consists not merely in seeing of luminous shapes and visions, but in making the darkness visible." Join us on the podcast this week and help to make the darkness visible.
30 minutes | Nov 10, 2018
What we forgot: Memories of trauma
What do you remember about your family home? Were you given space to explore the world, or were you conditioned through emotional and physical violence to fit into the mold of a deeply wounded society? This week Phoenix is interviewed by 'The Anonymous Friend'. He reflects on his experiences of institutional-conditioning and examines the influence of schools, the church, and government on the emerging psyches of young children.
36 minutes | Nov 8, 2018
Karma Police Podcast — Episode 1
Are you a survivor? This week we begin to take a look at trauma in childhood and how to heal from it. Phoenix is joined by The Anonymous Friend who recalls her childhood. She exposes the connections between power and the mistreatment of children. She also describes her journey from escaping the family home to, more recently, becoming an artist who now speaks out for children. If you’re looking for support and a sense of hope in your own healing journey, join us for this special pilot episode. Find out more on our website: karmapolice.earth
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