Even though this article does not connect Jimmy Savile with Satanic Ritual Abuse ( I don’t know ), underneath the paedophilia scandal in Britain there is another level of abuse – Satanic Ritual Abuse .
Below is a guest post from a Satanic Ritual Abuse survivor, who understandably wishes to remain anonymous . I understand SRA is ‘A Bridge Too Far’ for some, but anyone who has read ‘Merovee’ throughout this year will be aware of the nature of the ‘In Plain Sight’ rituals . SRA rituals are the ‘Not In Plain Sight’ version .
This is the first guest post, I have included on ‘Merovee’ ( the control freak part of me won’t let go ) and my intention is to allow them only in exceptional circumstances, such as this – Frank .
“Many people are saying that the good thing to come out of the Jimmy Savile scandal is a greater recognition that sexual abuse goes on in society and is perpetrated by figures of trust and people in power.It can also be seen that there is a greater acknowledgement of the webs of silence that protect paedophiles’ impunity to keep on abusing: from those who thought something was wrong but asked no questions, through those who knew something was wrong but didn’t speak out or intervene for some reason, to those who actively covered-up the abuse and colluded with it, in minor and major ways.
These are, of course, the same patterns of evil that allow for all crimes against humanity all over the world.
As a victim of Satanic Ritual Abuse (SRA), I hold out some hope that this scandal will pave the way for a more mainstream realisation of SRA in England and across the UK. People are very unwilling to accept that SRA exists in society. Partly, the blame for that lies with particular ‘experts’ such as La Fontaine, who is known for refusing to acknowledge its existence outside of Africa. But I think the causes lie deeper in that it is genuinely, very disturbing for any normal, human individual to come to terms with the reality of SRA: a network of psychopathic individuals who walk among us, with ideological beliefs that are opposed to good, using ancient and modern methods to perpetrate the most severe organized crime against children, using threat of violence and actual violence, including homicide, against children and adults.
Ritual abuse is defined as:
“…an extreme, sadistic form of abuse of children and non-consenting adults. It is methodical, systematic sexual, physical, emotional and spiritual abuse, which often includes mind control, torture, and highly illegal and immoral activities such as murder, child pornography and prostitution. The abuse is justified by a religious or political ideology.”
In my case, the abuse took place in my home at the hands of my father and in my school, often under cover of public performances which were like much smaller versions of the Olympic opening ceremonies described here by Frank, showing ‘in plain sight’ the violence going on ‘behind the scenes’. There are also questions about the involvement of a government project akin to MKULTRA in my physical, sexual and emotional abuse (note, Clinton finally made some apology for this traumatic, mind-control programme in the States a few years ago).
The conscious realization that it is happening will not be enough for society, it is what we will do and how we will heal and judge ourselves and society that matters. In this respect, I think Frank’s blog is important. At the moment, amidst the pre-occupations of daily life, we have the real Queen seemingly jumping in skyfall for the Olympics, we have a Bond film, Skyfall, we retain the images of the 9/11 victims in the same pose as they fell from the towers and we recall the archetype of the Hanged Man, also reminiscent of the hanging of Saddam Hussein, whilst we also associate these falling men with the “uebermenschlich” (or Olympian?) feats of Baumgartner. Our minds can become confused and hurt when all these traumatic, real, symbolic, archetypal and fictional material mixes, in a way comparable to the confusion induced in the mind of a ritual abuse victim, accompanied by terror.
I believe that we do know who we are, what we need and we have a legacy of human ancestors who also believed in something positive. I wrote this guest post to thank all those who are committed to our underrated, ordinary humanity.”