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Satanic Ritual Abuse – Magic Surgery

Sun ,24/05/2015

There are some topics best explained by others. Thanks to Patricia B. Clark, who has been dedicated to serving those of us who have been through Satanic Ritual Abuse, for making some of these topics available to the general public.

The topic in this journal is about a happenstance in my history, while I was in hospital in Chile when I was almost 4 years old (I had my birthday in hospital). Even though my parents where involved in Exorcism, are related to the Rothschild House, raised us brothers with “questionable” methods, abused us in various ways… but in the end, have done so well to leave the clutches of Satanism behind; even though we may have all this history behind us, my experience undergoing Satanic Ritual Abuse is still denied by my parents. My mother, only now, is saying, “If that is what you believe you went through, okay, I believe you.”

The day I realised I would not go to my family for help for my abused upbringing was not long ago. I have been, for a few months now, coming out to the public with my psychological and emotional issues. I’m 38 years old now. It has caused a stir at my work place and certain public figures have commented on it. I have started to see a Medical Practitioner and will soon be referred to a Psychiatrist. Apparently my issues are not as simple and minor as my father and mother make out to be.

When I arrived at home and told my dear mother how dire the Doctor and a Psychologist regarded my situation she shrugs and flips it off, “Oh, it how everyone in your family was raised. Your cousins were worse! You should have seen how naughty they were. But it’s how we are.” And I’m like, “Exactly mother. It is because I now understand how flippant my family is about our abuse and demonic lifestyle that I have to go outside the family for help.” And I also reminded her how traumatised she was as her brother used to smash her head through the bedroom wall repeatedly, until there was no wall left, only because she made her brother’s bed. I said, “You don’t see anything wrong with that? Of course you do. But it took you how long to figure that out? Thirty years to even confront Tio Hugo about it.”

I reminded my mother that it is due to our Rothschild family culture that we don’t need to go through all the Ritualistic forms of abuse in our family. We abuse ourselves by our own family culture. And call it normal. And stick to ourselves so that no ones hears about. Create phobias to even see a doctor or psychologist for help. The family way was, “You have a problem? Deal with it yourself.” All this and more, so that our demonic lifestyle in our families may perpetuate and breed out the meek and strengthen the brutes.

My father is in stronger denial. He can’t even remember beating us children with a frying pan, and then some. The fear he used to cause us with his very approach.

My immediate family were not the ones that were meant to help me out of Satanic Ritual Abuse. My help came from outsiders, even people who later became my external family. It has been a long journey. And I want to share this following article to explain in greater detail what exactly I suffered while I was hospitalised for nearly 3 months in hospital, Santiago, Chile, 1980.

As you read the article, you will hear a lot about Alters. My psyche was split slowly at first. But then I had hundreds of alters created. All for the ultimate purpose: take my soul away. Don’t mock or scoff at these assertions unless you have extensive knowledge of the scientific advances within Secret Orders. While the general public focuses on external technologies, Secret Societies focus on internal technologies,\; and external technologies that aid our internal technologies. That is how Magic Surgery was performed in me, by a group of sinister occultists exploiting the inner technologies within, feeling their way into my inner world, stepping within my circle, and… well… having their dirty way with me, for lack of a better term.

Enough said on this subject for now. Here is the article:

Magic Surgery by Patricia B Clark – this is a RTF file, you may open it using Notepad or Microsoft Word.

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Sun ,03/10/2010

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Tree Archetype

Thu ,07/01/2010

In my culture, trees play an important role in our upbringing. I was raised with the specific knowledge of the Oak. As my mother’s family name is “Robles” (Oak). In this blog post, you will find myself talking to my favourite tree, the Oak, and sharing some wonderful information my tree has taught me in my life.


Eurocentrism and Gypsies

Mon ,04/01/2010

Eurocentrism and Its Impact on Romani Gypsies


In the fifteenth century, the Romani Gypsy people entered Western Europe, en masse (Lee, 2000). They came in peace, seeking amnesty from their torturous travels (Lee, 2000) from the land of Punjabi, India (Nadia & Peter, 1998). Along with the Romani Gypsies came their spirit filled culture (Lee, 2000; Gadalla, 2004). A culture that is one with Devel, the One God (Auken, 1999). A culture that honours the Earth as the giver of all life (ibid; Lee, 2000; Gadalla, 2004). A respecting culture, of all living beings (ibid). The Romany Gypsies have an ancient and timeless culture (Lee, 2000; Gadalla, 2004) that traces its roots to the beginnings of the Egyptian civilisation (Gadalla, 2004; The True Origin of Roma and Sinti). A rudimentary understanding of Ancient Egypt will reveal that it is considered a highly civilised culture (Auken, 1999), as is the culture of the Romani Gypsy (Gadalla, 2004). Federico Garcia Lorca, “in commenting on the significance of the (Egyptian) Romany/Gitano in his poems observed: … the gitano is the most distinguished, profound and aristocratic element in my country, the one that most represents its Way of being and best preserves the fire, the blood and the alphabet of the Andalusian and universal truth” (Gadalla, 2004, underlining mine). Unfortunately, the grandeur of the Romani Gypsy culture has been belittled and stereotyped as a culture of “filthy beggars in rags” (ibid).