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Is society in denial of satanic cult mass murderers?

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Yesterday self-proclaimed Satanist Miranda Barbour's father denied that his daughter was a satanic cult mass murderer. Dean Barbour's nineteen year-old recently confessed to killing Troy LaFerrara and at least 22 others as part of her involvement in a satanic cult.

“Satanism is real,” Dean admitted, however. “It's a growing cult that will go to great lengths to seize our children. You don’t have to be affiliated with the ‘Church of Satan’ to worship him.”

Denial that satanic cults regularly performed murder rites was not uncommon. It was unusual that a member of a Satanic cult such as Barbour, confessed to their crimes, or saw the inside of a court room.

Up to twenty-four priests possibly involved in the 1984 Catholic Black Mass murder of Sister Margaret Pahl have never been before a judge for the homicide - with the exception of Father Gerald Robinson. According to a Jan. 14 2013 article in Veterans Today those charges against other Catholic priests came when Robinson, serving a life sentence for the Pahl murder, requested a new trial. His lawyers based their unusual appeal on evidence that at least seven and possibly up to twenty-four priests participated with Robinson in Sister Pahl's satanic human sacrifice ceremony. None of the priests have ever been charged.

According to Satanic Ritual Abuse survivors, satanic rituals of human sacrifice involved the rape, torture and murder of children. The purpose was to have power over others through mind controlling young participants. Satanic victims were often the cult's own children, some born without birth certificates. It was well known that youth were caught up in satanic rituals at an early age. Barbour confessed that since age twelve, she had been participating in satanic killings - from Alaska to North Carolina.

Unlike Barbour, satanic perpetrators were seldom caught. According to Robinson's attorneys, during his trial prosecutors chose not to present their evidence about his fellow Catholic priests. Investigative reporter Gordon Duff felt this resulted in the Catholic priests literally getting away with rape and murder. Duff also contended that the priests "continue to practice Satanism within the church that include assaults, rapes and murders. To this day those that survive continue to do so."

Another satanic case that escaped prosecution surrounded a woman with multiple personalities by the name of Jenny Hill. Hill claimed that like many ritual abuse survivors she was tortured into multiplicity through extreme childhood abuse. As a six year-old she witnessed the satanic human sacrifice of a child identified as Kathleen Shea. Hill stated she and Shea were also raped and tortured in the satanic murder ceremony. The murder was reported to investigators in Garden Grove California where Hill claimed the murder took place, to Shea's cold case detective in Tyrone PA where the six year-old murder victim went missing three months before the satanic rite and to the FBI. To Hill's knowledge, no investigation of the satanic cult murder that she witnessed on June 21 1965 Summer Solstice has ever been done.

At the end of an Oct. 26 2012 ABC Channel 4 TV special by investigative reporter Kimberly Nelson, Hill's family said that they didn't believe Hill was abused. Hill had extensively chronicled her own version of her life events in her biography, "Twenty-Two Faces: Inside the Extraordinary Life of Jenny Hill and Her Twenty-Two Multiple Personalities" (Tate Publishing: Oklahoma, 2012).

Hill was not alone in her claims of childhood Satanic Ritual Abuse that others didn't believe. As did Jenny Hill, "I endured many years of abuse and torture at the hands of a satanic cult. Professionals do great harm to the survivor when (they attempt) to discredit our experiences. . . thus those in positions of power, instead of becoming part of the solution, become part of the problem. Respectfully, Lisa Robin Spider Woman Sanford - I am not a cartoon character. Spider Woman is my native name. smile."

In the 2007 Extreme Abuse Surveys 986 stated that they had been ritually abused in a satanic cult. There were 992 who claimed they were abused by at least one Catholic Priest in connection with specific satanic rituals, while 833 claimed they were abused by at least one non-Catholic clergy person in connection with specific satanic rituals.

Although you are unlikely to hear the words Satanic Ritual Abuse mentioned in professional circles, a survey of 2,709 American Psychological Association clinical psychologists showed that 30% had seen at least one case of “ritualistic or religion-related abuse.” (Bottoms, Shaver, & Goodman, 1991, p. 6).



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