A Port Elizabeth women who was abused by satanic parents for many years has called on Christians to pray for the safety of children over the Easter period which is a favourite time for satanic rites that mock Christ’s crucifiction.
In a confidential interview under the supervision of a clinical psychologist who has been counseling her for 9 years, the woman (who I will call Faith) said she still experienced fear at this time of the year as she recalled being tortured by satanists at Easter time and witnessing the murder of children during sacrificial rituals.
The psychologist said that Faith suffered from dissociative identity disorder as a result of years of physical and sexual abuse by her parents, who she had finally left 12 years ago at the age of 32. She had developed a number of distinct personalities as a way of protecting herself from traumatic memories. But now that she was learning to become “co-conscious” she was dealing afresh with the pain of her past and was even experiencing physical pain in the form of “body memories”.
Faith, who is the eldest of three siblings, said her parents portrayed a normal face to the world and attended church most Sundays. Throughout her childhood and youth her parents had told her that God was angry with her. On Satanic high days — especially over the Easter period and at Haloween — she had been taken to rites where she had been abused by her parents and other satanists. Since leaving her parents she had considered taking legal action against them but believed it would be difficult to prove their crimes and would expose her to danger. She had cut ties with them since she left their home 12 years ago. Her slow process of healing started after a Christian counsellor at a church she visited befriended her and encouraged her to seek professional help.
Faith said she was painfully aware that this week was a time when children were at risk of abduction, abuse and even ritual murder and it frustrated her that most Christians were unaware of this evil. She called on Christians to pray earnestly for the protection of children.