From the nationwide satanic panic in the 1980s to local political cover-ups, shocking kidnappings, unsolved child murders, and scandalous pedophile rings, this book takes you behind the deceptive headlines and, finally, reveals what was going on in Omaha when all hell broke loose. 573 more words
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Victim of The Family taking leader to court, Verification of accuracy of book "Michelle Remembers," Ritual Abuse Evidence
– Victim of notorious cult The Family is taking the infamous group’s elderly leader to court
– Verification of the accuracy of the book “Michelle Remembers“ 1,553 more words
Yesterday, I announced my pending retirement from a campaign fighting against the London-based Satanic Ritual Abuse hoax in Hampstead UK.
Having fought for nearly three years against a relentless promotion of Satanic Ritual Abuse hoaxes, I decided the end of the court trial of one of these fanatical hoax promoters on Monday 21 August in London to be the moment I bring my fight to a close. 322 more words
At the International Conference of the Center for Studies on New Religions, or CESNUR, held in Palermo, Sicily, in early June of 2005, Dutch scholar Reender Kranenborg posed a seemingly simple question to the audience of his presentation: “How ‘Satanic’ is Satanism?” As Kranenborg made clear in the introduction to his paper, by ‘Satanic’ he meant to invoke the feelings of traditional Christians about Satan and Satanism, namely that they are evil, that Satan, as an embodiment, is “the ultimate evil power,” “the devil as Big Evil.” In unpacking what these christian characterizations of Satan and Satanism might mean on the ground, so to speak, Kranenborg eventually settles on the idea that ‘satanic,’ in the sense in which he is asking about it, means having the deliberate intention to damage and do harm, especially to people. 3,262 more words