The Return of Molech

If you still believe, as a fair percentage of Americans do, that Satan doesn’t really exist, then you simply aren’t paying attention. If the recent abductions and murders of young girls aren’t enough to trip your defenses, maybe this breaking story from Louisiana will:

A Ponchatoula, La., ex-pastor, his wife and six former congregants have been arrested for sexual abuse in a case that may involve up to 24 children.

There is a warrant for the arrest of a ninth person.

That’s not the half of it. The group was involved in occultic rituals that included sex with animals and Satanic worship.

It’s the kind of story that gets wide coverage locally but tends to slip under the radar nationally. Makes it harder to connect the dots when you believe that this is an isolated incident involving a few very disturbed individuals.

It’s not. Consider reports in the recent past of Satanic rituals and murder in the Toledo diocese of the Roman Catholic Church, and this story filed by The Independent five years ago:

A specially commissioned government report will this week conclude that satanic abuse does take place in Britain. It will say that its victims have suffered actual abuse and are not suffering from “false memory syndrome”.
Last week, it emerged that police were investigating the alleged sexual and physical abuse of up to 4,000 children in care homes and council-run homes in Devon. Ms Sinason, who has treated 126 ritual abuse survivors, said yesterday that in many cases children were tortured by being held under water or made to believe they had witnessed the murder of infants as part of the satanic ritual.

“Some children are born for the purpose of abuse and are not registered on birth certificates,” she added. “The abusers use trickery to convince children they have taken part in murder. This increases the power of the abuser.”

It sounds too incredible to believe, doesn’t it? What about this story, less than two weeks old?

Scotland Yard today revealed it has been unable to trace all but two of 300 black boys aged four to seven reported missing from school in a three-month period.

Child welfare experts say the number highlights the scale of the trade in children brought to Britain as domestic servants and covers for benefit fraud.

The figure emerged through the murder inquiry following the discovery of a child’s torso in the Thames in September 2001. The identity of the victim, named “Adam” by police, is not known but his background was traced to Nigeria, it is believed he died in a ritual sacrifice.

Ritual abuse and sacrifice in England and the U.S., arguably the world’s most advanced Western cultures. Evil is real, not a mental disorder, and it walks among us. There are supernatural entities who feed on it and seek to do us harm.

You’re in their sights, whether you believe in them or not.


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