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SRA (Satanic Ritual Abuse)
In the course of this investigation talk about of SRA survivors was on the front burner nearly every step of the way, especially as I navigated my research away from the Bellemont incident and began looking into Isaacs stated mission and connections. The topic of SRA survivors must be understood in order to put into context not only the material Isaac was dealing with but key players involved and who no doubt contributed in part to the events which culminated in Isaac’s death.
It is also paramount to understand the connection between SRA survivors and deep state government operations from an institutional standpoint and where this ties in with what Isaac was fighting against. Satanic ritual abuse survivors are nearly always victims of sexual abuse from very early ages and while the phenomenon is worldwide it is institutionally concentrated in Hollywood and DC.
There are no shortages of whistle-blowers and victims coming forward in today’s day and age claiming to be victims of satanic ritual abuse and related child trafficking sex abuse. The Internet and social media have made it possible for anyone with a story to tell to do so, and be heard by millions. In response to this, there’s been a concerted effort to denounce this phenomenon. Here one can take two positions on the topic.
- That organized Satanic ritual abuse has never occurred in these victims coming forward are mentally ill and simply seeking attention
- The lid is been blown off an entrenched international network of powerful people who have used human beings, especially children, as currency for ritual, religious, sexual, political, and economic means, and they have circled the wagons and provided defenses through legal, psychological, social, and medical institutions.
Due to the nature of the subject matter in which Isaac was whistleblowing, the topic of SRA survivors was ever-present in the course of this investigation. From the very beginning Michael Whalen, a.k.a. vegan Mikey made an appearance one week after Isaac on with the veil with Nathan Stolpman wherein he gave his testimony regarding the alleged Voovoo donuts child trafficking operation in Portland, Oregon. Fiona Barnett, perhaps the most well-known SRA survivor in the world was also ever-present in the course of my investigation as Isaac had gone to meet and spend time with her in Australia.
Admittedly the world of SRA survivors is not easy to navigate and is wrought with confusion, drug and alcohol addiction, mental and emotional instability, paranoia, and mental diseases and trauma of every nature. By the very label, these people fall under they are quite literally and in fact extremely damaged human beings. There is also the perpetual presence of those who would seek attention or those who are simply mentally ill and have fabricated these scenarios in order to garner attention. I have found that navigating this world is quite literally a waking nightmare. It is emotionally physically and mentally exhausting and never seems to end.
That being said there is ample and abundant proof that a good percentage of these people are legitimate and have in fact suffered at the hands of ritualistic abuse in an orchestrated institutionalized and sometimes international manner. It is a fact that people have been abusing rituals since the beginning of religion, in fact, many religions in the past held abuse and ritualistic sacrifice at their core. eg the Roman and Aztec empires. I find it insane that the majority of adjusted people believe these practices to be something of the past and couldn’t possibly see how they could fit into our modern-day world.
In the course of this investigation, I not only spoke with but became friends with Michael Whalen. A self-proclaimed SRA survivor. Michael Whalen fits the description above of damaged human beings who are perpetually stuck in survival mode. Getting to the truth of his information if there was any was nearly impossible as he never offered any proof of any kind to substantiate his claims. Furthermore, dealing with his personality of perpetual lying, drug addiction, and highly structured manipulation made it nearly impossible to make any progress in developing his alleged story, proof, and evidence.
Fiona Barnett went dark shortly after Isaac’s death and has been unreachable for the course of this investigation. She has recently released however a free online book delving into more aspects of SRA survivors and her experiences.
During the course of this investigation, several members of the Famalam decided to form a nonprofit for SRA survivors and victims of abuse and human trafficking. It was named the Dark to Light foundation in honor of Isaac and is intended to carry on his work in a real capacity. The very first survivor was Michael Whalen who attempted to exploit the foundation. Michael even went out and found another survivor which required money to transport feed and purchase medication for. It became obvious within hours that Michael Whalen was exploiting the foundation for everything he could pull from it. After interviewing someone else who had set up a foundation for SRA survivors in California I heard a very similar story.
After three months of this research, I can definitively say that the entire world of SRA survivors, their stories, and real drama is swirling with the never-ending chaos of lies, addiction, fear, trauma, and mental illness. Couple this with opportunists, conmen, and your run-of-the-mill drug addicts and you have a world that is nearly impossible to navigate or provide any real relief or solutions. For when SRA survivors are confronted with their drug addiction or paranoia they simply point to the trauma and gang stocking. And when the conmen and drug addicts who are drifting off others’ goodwill are confronted they say the same thing. And due to the nature of the alleged trauma, everything is secretive, dangerous, and high-stakes.
The world of SRA survivors would seem to be the perfect platform for LARPers and conmen, as well as, alphabet agency disinformation agents and deep-state psyops. This, of course, negates the ability for real survivors to secure help while at the same time flushing out said survivors to silence permanently. Organizations like the False Memory Institute are working in an official/medical capacity to silence real survivors as well.
It’s my opinion that the last place I would go if I was an SRA survivor would be to the SRA community for help. At this time I don’t see a solution.
SRA survivors and alphabet agencies
It became obvious in the course of this investigation, due to the general consensus of the community, that it is highly believed that SRA survivors are not only utilized and handled by deep-state offshoots of alphabet government agencies but are actually created in long-term programs sometimes involving offshoot breeding programs.
Normal well-adjusted people find it nearly impossible to consider that somebody or even institutions would willingly desire to torture/rape someone to the point of fracturing their mind in order to create a programmed biological slave/weapon/instrument. This, however, is not a new practice and has been implemented since the dawn of civilization. It belongs to a darker body of occulted knowledge that has been sequestered by the elite and housed in secret societies and mystery schools since the dawn of time. Today this knowledge is open and in its un-occulted form belongs to the disciplines of psychiatry, mental illness, and pharmakia.
The world of SRA survivors is the perfect playground for modern-day sorcerers and deep state operations which require highly unstable damage people in order to carry out black ops. Including assassinations, mass shootings, school shootings, sensational political disinformation hit piece campaigns, etc… Strategically, these people are controllable through perpetual needed dysfunction while at the same time they are viewed as dangerous and damaged by societal standards. They are highly expendable subjects which nobody will look too hard or long into any tragedy should befall them.
This is not a stretch. The training of Manchurian candidates in the fracturing of minds for soldiers and spies was declassified decades ago. Couple this with new technology, chemistry, and geopolitical opportunity and one has the perfect incentive to create a cottage industry of exposable SRA victims. Work this into the centuries-old organized Satanic rituals and ceremonies of the elite and we find ourselves in our current position. It seems even more plausible when one stops to realize that those with the money influence power and motive are the only ones in the position to facilitate the economic and institutional organization to carry this out.
But what is the binding agent on this? Secret societies. They are above all governments, immune from audit and oversight, accountable to only themselves and the maintaining of their power. It is not a coincidence that the longest surviving bureaucracy on earth (the Vatican) this the institution that tops the list for pedophilia. AND that the Vatican wields more power and influence than most countries on earth today.
International charities and organizations
It is not only been alleged but there is significant proof and evidence that many philanthropic international organizations which operate under the guise of providing relief to Third World nations are actually in part in the business of trafficking humans. Specifically children, for the purposes of sex slavery, ritualistic sacrifice, and organs.
Klaus Eberwein, Dean Lorich, and Monica Peterson were all murdered or rather, found suspiciously dead after each threatened to expose the Clinton Foundation for human trafficking in Haiti. Although Snopes, Factchecker, and similar sites went to work quickly to maintain the official narrative and curb any opposition, the story has been hard to keep quiet.
There is much speculation that the same thing is currently going on in Venezuela in any other country which experiences natural or man-made disasters as well. If you ever wonder why so many highly successful wealthy people become involved in helping Third World children, now you know.
But why Third World children? The answer is simple. No birth certificates. It’s also the fact that the organs from African-Americans transfer better and have a higher success rate of “taking” than that of other races. They are allegedly valued for the melanin in their skin as well as it is a natural antiaging compound. There’s also the rumor of the harvesting of Adrenochrome. (Prefered drug of the elite)
Please note, this excerpt from Wikipedia attempts to frame the SRA as a right-wing Christian fundamentalists moral panic phenomenon.
During the 1980s and 1990s, a moral panic about alleged Satanic ritual abuse (SRA) occurred, mainly in parts of the English-speaking world. This was propagated by certain psychotherapists, social workers, Christian fundamentalists, and law enforcement officials.
Some of the cases ended in prosecution and imprisonment. Australia, the United Kingdom, and the United States have had several incidents of alleged SRA which received national and international news coverage. Other countries have also had isolated events in which abuse or murder took place with Satanic ritual elements.
Perth, Western Australia
In 1991, police in Perth linked Scott Gozenton, a self-professed Satanist, with organized child sexual abuse. His lawyer claimed 13 Satanic covens existed in the area, holding bizarre orgies involving children, and that Gozenton had been followed and threatened by “coven” members throughout the court proceedings.
In 2001, the Melbourne diocese of the Catholic Church acknowledged as “substantially true” allegations that a Melbourne priest took part in Satanic ritual abuse in which a number of deaths occurred in the 1960s, and paid compensation to a surviving victim.
Central Coast, New South Wales
In 1999, two journalists from the Sun-Herald claimed to have seen evidence of the ritual abuse of children. They interviewed six mothers whose children had disclosed experiences of SRA and organised abuse in New South Wales. The children’s disclosures were corroborating, although they had never met one another, and they had been able to draw representations of “Satanic” ritual sites which were similar to ritual sites uncovered by police on the central coast of New South Wales.
One mother stated that her sons remembered being drugged and hypnotized. “He said they dressed in black robes and had eye and mouth pieces cut out,” she said. “I know they’re dangerous people. I have had warnings outside the house telling me to stop investigations. We’re fearful for our lives. The boys never want me out of their sight.”
Main article: Marc Dutroux
During the investigation of the Belgian serial killer Marc Dutroux, a number of women approached police claiming to be adult survivors of a network of sexual offenders. One witness described satanic ceremonies with a goal of disorienting new victims, causing them to doubt the reality of their memories and prevent disclosure.
Main article: Anísio Ferreira de Sousa
In the early 1990s, Superior Universal Alignment, an Argentinian-based international cult, was implicated in the ritualistic murders of several children. One of the leaders of the group, Osvaldo Marcineiro, confessed to murdering a number of young children in Satanic rituals in which the children were tortured and their body parts cannibalized.
A number of prominent citizens were arrested in relation to the murders, and it later emerged that they had paid the cult to conduct the murderous ceremonies. A search of cult member’s houses turned up cult registers, guns, hooded cloaks, 100 videotapes of cult ceremonies, and satanist publications, including a 200-page book by cult leader Valentina de Andrade called God, the Great Farce. Brazilian authorities suggested that the cult was connected to Satanic groups internationally.
In 2003, five members of the Superior Universal Alignment cult in the Amazonian town of Altamira were convicted for the ritualistic murders of three children and the castration of two others. The victims were aged between eight and thirteen years, and they were kidnapped, tortured or killed between 1989 and 1993. Their genitals were removed and used in Satanic rituals by 75-year old village clairvoyant, Valentina de Andrade, the leader of the Superior Universal Alignment cult. De Andrade had previously been sought by police in Argentina and Uruguay prior to her arrest in Brazil on suspicion of involvement in other satanic ritual killings.
Following the castration of victims, two doctors involved in the sect removed the victim’s other organs for sale on the international black market. Other people sentenced in relation to the murders included a former police officer, a businessman, and the son of an influential landowner. The charges related to the murders of three young children and the attempted murder of another, however, the victim’s families say that there were at least nineteen other murdered children. The cult is based in Argentina and has branches in Holland.
One of the earliest claims of SRA was made in the book Michelle Remembers co-written by Canadian psychiatrist Lawrence Pazder and Michelle Smith, later Pazder’s wife. The book detailed a Satanic cult that allegedly operated in Victoria, British Columbia.
A protracted child custody case contested in family court in Hamilton, Ontario, from 1985-1987, centered on allegations of Satanic ritual abuse; it was later documented in a book written by a Globe and Mail reporter who was assigned to cover the case.
The Martensville Satanic sex scandal occurred in Martensville, Saskatchewan in 1992, where an allegation of daycare sexual abuse hysteria escalated into claims of satanic ritual abuse.
In 2007, a jury at Dublin Country Coroner’s court unanimously ruled that an infant found stabbed to death over three decades ago was the daughter of Cynthia Owen (then ‘Sindy Murphy’). The infant was alleged to have been murdered by the infant’s grandmother. The Minister of Justice had previously rejected a request by Cynthia Owen to have the body of the child exhumed, a decision Ms. Owen did not contest. The inquest was prohibited from assigning blame due to the Coroners Act of 1962 and therefore returned an open verdict. Also, the jury was instructed that the standard of proof was not the “beyond a reasonable doubt” benchmark of criminal trials, but rather the lesser standard of determining whether Owen’s claims were true based “on the balance of probabilities”. Ms. Owen made claims about a stillborn second child buried in the family garden, but police found no human remains after digging up the plot. Owen’s parents, as well as her older siblings, denied her allegations of abuse.
During the trial, Owen provided her account of incest, organized abuse, and satanic ritual abuse orchestrated by her parents involving at least nine other men and her account was supported by her psychologist. She claimed that her brother, Michael, and sister, Theresa, was also abused, a charge that was denied by her older brother and father. One of the alleged abusers is Cynthia Owen’s older brother, Peter Murphy Junior, while the father, Peter Murphy Senior, is also an alleged abuser. One brother, Martin, committed suicide in 1995 after revealing he had been sodomized in his family home, while another brother, Michael, disappeared in 2002 and sister Theresa committed suicide shortly after the discovery of his body in 2005; Theresa’s detailed 37-page suicide note corroborated Cynthia’s account. A friend of Theresa’s testified at the trial, stating that Theresa had spoken to him at length about her sexual abuse in childhood. Theresa Murphy committed suicide on February 24, 2005, as a result of childhood sexual abuse, this finding was supported by police evidence. Theresa was the child of her older sister, Margaret Murphy.
Following the findings of the Coroner’s Court, Owen has raised questions regarding the disposal of her daughter’s body and the failure of the police to investigate the murder. In particular, she has highlighted the fact that no blood or tissue samples were kept, that the bag and sanitary towels found alongside the murdered child have gone missing, that the records of the first inquest into the murder have gone missing, and that her daughter was buried in a mass grave alongside other infants. Owen claimed that the police knew about the murder and did nothing. She also stated that she felt robbed of justice by her mother’s natural and peaceful death.
Owen’s father, Peter Murphy Senior, and three of her sisters won the right to appeal the findings of the inquest from the High Court. The family claimed that the coroner was biased toward Owen, shielded her when giving evidence and was selective in the evidence presented to the jury. The case of the murdered child was reported in 2008, and in 2013, to be the subject of an ongoing investigation by the Garda Síochána. A petition calling for further investigation received 10,256 signatures and was submitted to government authorities on April 3, 2014.
Peter Murphy Senior has since died.
In 1998, six adults in Emilia-Romagna were arrested with allegations of prostituting their children and the production of child pornography. The children were also reported to be involved in Satanic rituals. In 2002, four people were arrested for “Satanism and pedophilia” in Pescara. Police believed that the group may have abused dozens of children in rituals involving bodies stolen from ceremonies. In April 2007, six people were arrested for sexually abusing fifteen children in Rignano Flaminio. The suspects were accused of filming the children engaged in sexual acts with ‘Satanic’ overtones.
In 1989 a group of parents published allegations in a conservative magazine that their children had witnessed SRA and had been ritually abused from May 1987 until October 1988 in Oude Pekela, a city in the north-eastern province of Groningen, the Netherlands. During the initial investigation, only the non-ritual aspects were reported in the press and investigated by the authorities and the allegations were unconfirmed.
In 1989 the conservative Christian news program Tijdsein reported allegations that included Satanic ritual abuse, to which there was no official response. After attending a conference in which the concept of satanic ritual abuse was discussed, Oude Pekela general practitioners Fred Jonker and Ietje Jonker-Bakker alleged that several children had been abused by unknown men in the context of Satanic rituals. This was first reported in a lecture at the Institute of Education of London University and later published in several academic journals in both English and Dutch, but their findings were heavily criticized by American and Dutch scholars.
National authorities were informed in 1991 and 1992 of the allegations, though no action was taken until the press was informed. The State Secretary of Justice responded to the allegations by appointing the Werkgroep Ritueel Misbruik multidisciplinary workgroup to study SRA in the Netherlands, which produced a report in 1994. The report concluded that it was unlikely SRA had occurred or the allegations were factually true, suggested the allegations were a defense mechanism produced in part by suggestive questioning by ‘believing’ therapists, and that the stories were contemporary legends dispersed through a network of therapists and patients who were concerned with dissociative identity disorder.
See also: Alleged Satanic cases in South Africa
Van Rooyen case
In 1990, Gert van Rooyen and his accomplice were accused of murdering several young girls, ultimately committing suicide while running from the police. One of the accused’s sons was later himself accused of murdering a Zimbabwean girl in 1991; the same son claimed his father’s victims were involved in international child pornography rings, slavery and Satanism rituals, but no evidence of this was found. The case was so similar to crimes committed by Marc Dutroux that multiple agencies investigated a possible international smuggling ring in prostituted children and body parts.
There have been a number of cases in the United Kingdom in which SRA has been alleged. Some of these cases have garnered significant media attention, and they are listed below.
The National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children documented allegations of ritual abuse in 1990, with the publication of survey findings that, of 66 child protection teams in England, Wales and Northern Ireland, 14 teams had received reports of ritual abuse from children and seven of them were working directly with children who had been ritually abused, sometimes in groups of 20. An investigation into SRA allegations by the British government produced over two hundred reports, of which only three were substantiated and proved to be examples of pseudosatanic, in which sexual abuse was the actual motivation and the rituals were incidental.
The Cleveland child abuse scandal featured allegations of satanic ritual abuse.
In 1990 there was a case in Rochdale in which around twenty children were removed from their homes by social services, who alleged the existence of SRA after discovering ‘Satanic indicators’. No evidence was found of Satanic apparatus, and charges were dismissed when a court ruled the allegations were untrue. The children who were removed from their homes sued the city council in 2006 for compensation and an apology. Richard Scorer acted for five of the families.
Main article: South Ronaldsay child abuse scandal
In 1990-1991 nine children suspected of being sexually abused by their families and an alleged child abuse ring were removed by social services in Orkney. The abuse was also alleged to involve “ritualistic elements”. The parents approached the media and made the case national and international news. In April 1991, a sheriff ruled that the evidence was seriously flawed and the children were returned home.
In June, social services appealed the sheriff’s ruling but the appeal was overturned and an official inquiry was established in August 1991, which after 9 months’ investigation at a cost of £6 million, published its report in October 1992. It described the dismissal of the first judgment as “most unfortunate” and criticized all those involved, including the social workers, the police, and the Orkney Islands Council. Social workers’ training, methods, and judgment were given special condemnation, and the report stated that the concept of “ritual abuse” was “not only unwarrantable at present but may affect the objectivity of practitioners and parents”. A 1994 government report based on three years of research found that there was no foundation to any of the Satanic abuse claims.
In October 1987 children were removed from their families in Nottingham, and in February 1989 a Broxtowe family was charged with multigenerational child sexual abuse and neglect. A 600-page report on the incident concluded that there was no evidence of the SRA claims made by children or corroborating adults. Though the children may have been ‘sadistically terrorized’, allegations of organized Satanic abuse were found to be baseless and the indicators used by the Social Services department were without validity.
In 2003 allegations by three children in Lewis, Scotland resulted in the arrest of eight people for sexual abuse occurring between 1990 and 2000. A 2005 investigation by the Social Work Inspection Agency found extensive evidence of sexual, physical, and emotional abuse and neglect. A police investigation resulted in allegations of an island-wide “Satanic pedophile ring”, though charges were dropped nine months later following an inconclusive investigation.
A key witness who had implicated her family in the abuse and whose evidence was “vital” to the case of satanic abuse recanted her testimony in 2006 and the media raised questions about the nature of the police interviewing techniques. with a police spokesperson replying that the witness was questioned appropriately and that allegations were made by numerous witnesses.
In March 2011, four adults who lived in a cul-de-sac in the Welsh town of Kidwelly were convicted of multiple sex offenses against children and young adults. The group led by Colin Batley was described by the media as a “Satanic sex cult”, a “quasi-religious sex cult” and a “pedophile cult” however the group members were not followers of Satanism. The prosecution said they practiced “free sex” and were influenced by Aleister Crowley, a practitioner of ceremonial magic who founded the belief system of Thelema. They dressed in hoods and read from Crowley’s The Book of the Law, the central text of Thelema and some victims were made to wear inverted crosses. Members of the cult were initiated in a ceremony involving sex with an adult, and they were threatened with being killed if they did not take part in the ceremony. Some of the victims were forced into prostitution. The abuse also took place outside of a ritual context, such as Batley taking victims to a caravan to rape, in line with Jean La Fontaine‘s findings and her conclusion that sexual gratification, not religion, is the motive of abusers.
Main articles: Kern County child abuse cases, McMartin preschool trial, Ricky Kasso, West Memphis 3, Little Rascals Day Care Center, Oak Hill satanic ritual abuse trial, Fells Acres Day Care Center preschool trial, and Pace memorandum
In the United States, major allegations of Satanic ritual abuse occurred in the Kern County child abuse cases, McMartin preschool trial and the West Memphis 3, which garnered worldwide media coverage. It was eventually determined that no satanic abuse ever took place in these cases due to false testimony and police misconduct. There have been countless, debunked allegations of SRA in the United States; of which the most recent allegation was Pizzagate; a speculated pedophile ring in the Washington D.C area at supposed ping pong themed restaurant, Comet Ping Pong. In the allegations, Hillary Clinton was an avid supporter and member in the pedophilia ring, with various sources of selected evidence pointing to her possible involvement and the possible involvement of Clinton’s associations.
The first such case occurred in Jordan, Minnesota, in 1983, where several children made allegations against an unrelated man and their parents. The man confessed and then identified a number of the children’s parents as perpetrators. Ultimately twenty-four adults were charged with child abuse though only three went to trial with two acquittals and one conviction. Despite strong medical findings of sexual assault, all other charges were dropped after the young child witnesses decompensated under the duress of the criminal trial.
During the investigation, the children made allegations regarding the manufacturing of child pornography, ritualistic animal sacrifice, coprophagia, urophagia, and infanticide, at which point the Federal Bureau of Investigation was alerted. No criminal charges resulted from the FBI investigation, and in his review of the case, the Attorney General noted that the initial investigation by the local police and county attorney was so poor that it had destroyed the opportunity to fully investigate the children’s allegations.
Judge Antonin Scalia referred to the Minnesota case in his summation on a later case, and stated, “[t]here is no doubt that some sexual abuse took place in Jordan; but there is no reason to believe it was as widespread as charged,” and cited the repeated, well-intentioned but coercive techniques used by the investigators as damaging to the investigation. The bizarre allegations of the children, the ambiguities of the investigation, and the unsuccessful prosecutions were widely covered by the media. A number of accused parents confessed to sexually abusing their children, received immunity, and underwent treatment for sexual abuse, while parental rights for six other children in the case were terminated.
In December 2007, Austin Trey Bernard was found guilty of raping his son and daughter, convicted on the basis of three previous confessions and a detailed diary of his actions although he pleaded not guilty. The allegations came to light upon the confession of one of the defendants. Bernard confessed the sexual abuse of his children as well as claiming to have participated in satanically-themed ritualistic abuse including the use of animal parts and blood.