How Abused Children Survive and Overcome Emotionally
Are you aware that in the United States 800,000 children a year go missing and not one word is said about it by the mainstream media? If you are at all familiar with the phenomenon of satanic rituals, you know some of these children were sacrificed to the Devil. Some who were allowed to live were chosen for a life of misery as slaves of the most evil people on earth. These children are subjected to the worst torture and sexual abuse imaginable. I know this is true because for the past twenty-five years I have been listening to the memories of people who experienced this abuse when they were children. (Remembering is the first step in their healing process.)And the abuse does not stop just because they are adults now. It never ends because they were programmed in childhood, and even as adults, to sabotage themselves in such a way that they can never get free. The only way they can get free is if someone is willing to answer the call of God and minister to them to help them out of the hellhole of their life. They are in this hell, not because they chose to do evil themselves, but because as children they were under the authority of adults, very wicked adults, who did unspeakable things to them.
Some people may wonder, why do they have to remember what happened? It is common for Christians to say, “Just forget the past. Everything is forgiven and covered by the blood of Jesus. This is a new day. Like Paul said, ‘forgetting those things which are behind, and reaching forth unto those things which are before, I press toward the mark for the prize of the high calling of God in Christ Jesus’ “(Phil 3:14). This teaching by Paul needs to be seen in context. He was not talking about the pain of abuse. He was talking about all his accomplishments and accolades. If he chose to keep remembering those and bringing them up to others, he would run the risk of becoming prideful.
People who were subjected to sexual and satanic ritual abuse as children were able to survive because they were able to immediately “forget” what horrendous evil was done to them. They did this by dissociating. In other words, the abuse was so horrendous and there was no escape in the natural, so they escaped in their mind. They thought, “This isn’t happening to me. It is happening to someone else.” As they concentrated on this thought, they were able to split away from their mainstream of consciousness and form another persona. Some report being able to hover in the air far above the part of them that was enduring the abuse and look at it as though someone else was going through it. A good definition for dissociation is, “a split in the conscious process in which a group of mental activities separates from the mainstream of consciousness and functions as a separate unit, as if belonging to another person.” In this way they were able to forget what happened, but no one can change the fact that it did happen, and part of them remembers it and is still in pain and panic.
So the dilemma that many of them face is that they have emotions of pain and panic but they don’t know why. The mind does not remember what happened. They may have physical pain in their body for which no doctor is able to find a cause. The only way they can be healed is for someone to help them find the dissociated part and minister to it. How do we find the part? We pray and ask Jesus to bring up a part of the person who knows what happened and is still in the state of pain and panic. Jesus does bring up each part for ministry. Then a knowledgeable Christian is able to lead the part through the process of healing and cleansing by Jesus and then the part is able to merge into the person or go with Jesus to a place of growth and restoration in the spirit before merging at a later time.
If you are a concerned Christian, please pray and ask God if you might be one he is calling to this ministry. I get requests for help from people all over the world. I have no idea where to refer them. The need is great, and it is time for those who care to seek God as to whether or not he is calling them to help. If you feel so called, we are available to help. We have prepared seminars to assist others in this ministry. My books and videos are also available to lead you.