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53 Years Of Searching For Justice In Australia

In this post, I would like to show the constant times throughout my childhood, teenage and adult years that I tried desperately to get help for my brother Danny and myself. 3,457 more words

Escaping Ritual Abuse In Australia

Sometimes being an RA survivor sucks...

Being a ritual abuse survivor sometimes really sucks. Firstly, it is like I attract trouble – namely with members of the opposite / same sex. Its like I have an unconscious sign on my forehead saying “flirt with me”, “like me”, “desire to have sex with me”. 639 more words

Star Trek: Voyager - Retrospect (Review)

Star Trek: Voyager is a very nineties show. Sometimes that is endearing. Sometimes it is not.

Retrospect is an episode that made a great deal more sense in the context of the nineties. 4,802 more words

Movies

Ritual abuse and your struggle in life with it (trigger warning)

This is an article based on personal experiences. It contains a trigger warning for its content. 

While ritual abuse (in my case I call it sadistic abuse and torture) has been in your head since you were a little child, it has always been known  there was something about thisgoing on in your life. 1,515 more words

Mental Health

Satanic Ritual Abuse Hoax big fish arrested

I am pleased that a major promoter of the Hampstead Satanic Ritual Abuse Hoax in London Belinda McKenzie has been arrested.  Posting on YouTube yesterday McKenzie said: 340 more words

Satanism

Where Is The Outrage Australia?

dept health victoria

The above pdf is a copy of letter I received from Department of Health and Human Services dated: 23/08/2016.

The photo is my full time Carer/Nominee; Michael Mathews and myself; Renée Emmanuel at the Child Sexual Abuse Royal Commission in Sydney with over 500 pages of information and evidence. 981 more words

Escaping Ritual Abuse In Australia

Ill Will ~ By Dan Chaon - 2.0 Stars

Thanks to NetGalley and Ballantine Books for providing an eARC in exchange for an honest review.

Release Date: March 7th, 2017

480 Pages

Synopsis: “We are always telling a story to ourselves, about ourselves,” Dustin Tillman likes to say. 714 more words