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Johnson Davis. Publisher: Transcript Bulletin Publishing , This specific ISBN edition is currently not available. View all copies of this ISBN edition:. Synopsis When Anne A Johnson Davis was just three years old, her mother and stepfather began to physically, sexually and mentally torture her in the name of Satan. Buy New View Book. Customers who bought this item also bought. Lacter, E Believe the children Noblitt, PhD, J. Report of the Ritual Abuse Task Force — Los Angeles County Commission for Women "Mind control is the cornerstone of ritual abuse, the key element in the subjugation and silencing of its victims.
Victims of ritual abuse are subjected to a rigorously applied system of mind control designed to rob them of their sense of free will and to impose upon them the will of the cult and its leaders. Most often these ritually abusive cults are motivated by a satanic belief system [only on the surface. The purpose of the mind control is to compel ritual abuse victims to keep the secret of their abuse, to conform to the beliefs and behaviors of the cult, and to become functioning members who serve the cult by carrying out the directives of its leaders without being detected within society at large.
III, No. A survey by Kaye and Klein reveals that 20 of the 42 MPD patients in treatment with seven Ohio therapists describe a history of satanic ritual abuse. Ilopponen states that 38 of the more than 70 MPD patients she has treated report memories of "satanic-type ritualized abuse " p. In addition, according to Braun b , the reports of patients in this country are similar to data collected from adult survivors in England, Holland, Germany, France, Canada, and Mexico…Brown , noting many similar allegations in child and adult satanic ritual abuse accounts, suggests that reports are not only comparable across geographical and personal boundaries, but across generations as well.
Data from Brown, Scheflin and Hammond Norton ISBN p. Shaver, P.
Updated findings provided via personal communication from B. Cited in K. Faller , Ritual Abuse; A Review of the research.
Noblitt, J. Cozolino, L. Journal of Psychology and Theology, 18 3 "Ritualistic abuse is an extreme form of psychological, physical, and sexual maltreatment of children in the context of "religious" ceremony. E Fall "Adults who report childhood ritualistic abuse.
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Journal of Psychology and Theology 20 3 "Skeptics question the legitimacy of these reports, but many factors point to the reality of the phenomenon of ritualistic abuse. First of all, the degree of consistency between reports of individuals from different parts of the country is very high. The fact that children as young as 2 and 3 report ritualistic abuse experiences that mirror those reported by adult victims is especially striking in light of the fact that young children do not have access to the kind of printed information that might conceivably allow an older person to fabricate such experiences Gould, Third, the symptoms from which individuals reporting histories of ritualistic abuse tend to suffer are consistent with our current understanding of post-traumatic stress disorder and the dissociative disorders.
The progression in which ritualistic abuse survivors respond to psychotherapy places these victims squarely within the category of individual who have suffered real-not imagined-trauma. Gould, C. Journal of Psychology and Theology 20 3 "As a result of the psychologically intolerable nature of their early childhood experiences, victims of ritual abuse frequently develop multiple personality disorder MPD ….
Ritual abuse is conducted on behalf of a cult whose purpose is to establish mind control over the victims. Thus, these perpetrators have a conscious motive for the abuse beyond compulsively repeating their own childhood abuse in an effort to gain mastery over the original trauma. Most victims state that they were ritually abused as part of satanic worship, for the purpose of indoctrinating them into satanic beliefs Los Angeles County Commission for Women, Mind control is originally established when the victim is a child under 6 years old.
Lawrence, K. Psychological sequelae in adult females reporting childhood ritualistic abuse. Denying ritual abuse of children.
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Journal of Psychohistory, 22 3 , Even allowing for some of these calls to have been made by people who assist survivors but arc not themselves survivors, and for some survivors to have called more that one helpline or made multiple calls to the same helpline, these numbers suggest that at a minimum there must be tens of thousands of survivors of ritual abuse in the United States. Evidence also continues to accumulate that the ritual abuse of children constitutes a child abuse problem of significant scope.
In , Finkelhor, Williams and Burns published the results of a nationwide study of substantiated reports of sexual abuse in day care involving 1, young child victims. Thirteen percent of these cases were found to involve ritual abuse. Other studies of ritually abused children have been relatively small. Kelly ; ; a; b; reported on 35 day care victims of ritual abuse, Waterman et al.
Snow and Sorenson studied 39 children reporting ritual abuse in five neighborhoods in Utah, and Jonker and Jonker-Bakker reported on a total group of 98 children, at least 48 of whom were believed to be victims of ritual abuse. The latter case is the only one cited here which was conducted outside of the United States.
Paley, K. June Dream wars: a case study of a woman with multiple personality disorder PDF. Dissociation 5 2 : Data from Brown, Scheflin and Hammond Norton ISBN p. Shaver, P. Updated findings provided via personal communication from B. Cited in K. Faller , Ritual Abuse; A Review of the research. Of those psychologists who have seen cases of ritual abuse, 93 percent believed that the reported harm took place and 93 percent believed that the alleged ritualism occurred.
This is a remarkable finding.
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Mental health professionals are known to be divergent in their thinking and frequently do not agree with one another regarding questions of the diagnosis and etiology of psychiatric problems…this level of concurrence in a large national sample of psychologists…would be impressive…. Craighead, W. This yielded an estimate of to reported and substantiated cases and victims for the three-year period.