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Ritual Abuse

Dormant fear?

As a child, I often saw people looking up. Their eyebrows would raise, they would look back at the person they were in the car with, for example, and they would disappear from sight. They could see that I was in the back of the car with a naked upper body in the middle of winter with a man at the wheel who couldn't possibly be my father in terms of age. It was seen, it was found odd and there stopped a remarkable thought in someone's head.... or not?

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A tale of hope

As a child, I was always on my guard. I trusted no one and danger could come from any corner. At home it was unsafe. Men regularly came to rape me in my small bedroom, but above all, my grandfather or uncle often came to pick me up to take me to cult meetings and sex parties.
I learned to sacrifice animals and people, I learned to worship Satan and I learned to survive in almost every aspect of my life. I split and gained dozens of personality parts. Parts that were deeply hidden inside and held memories and parts that learned to bear daily life no matter what.

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In the Netherlands and elsewhere

Does (satanic) ritual abuse really exist? An important question. Here are some sources of information about the Netherlands and elsewhere. Also on lichtsopsrm.com, ...., there is a lot of information on this subject.

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Cult Days

Getting out of the cult

Exit process during cult days

Before I went to therapy, I just went to cult meetings. I led a double life, being a hardworking woman by day who just went to work, raised children, cleaned the house, had friendships and also attended Bible studies and went to church.

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Auxiliaries

Disarming

It is written of Jesus (Col. 2:15) that He disarmed and openly displayed the governments and powers and triumphed over them.

This is about the spiritual authorities/powers, about the adversary of God, of grace, of good.

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Truth in the hidden

Over a year ago now, my husband and I met an old acquaintance by 'chance' and
we got into a conversation about SRM. I already knew of its existence but actually it was something far
away from me because it is not easily talked about.

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Prayer

By a faithful prayer I don't remember when and how I first heard of satanic ritual abuse, it is in any case

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Constantly in danger

People who are in the cult and are trying to get out are in constant danger, because if they do not respond to mails, signals or invitations

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The Network

I like to get moving for subjects that matter. For example, I helped set up Stichting Present Almere and I have been involved in the

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Homestay survivor

For some time now, we have been welcoming a survivor into our home. The first really big step towards real freedom that this person has made is

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Background

A tale of hope

As a child, I was always on my guard. I trusted no one and danger could come from any corner. At home it was unsafe. Men regularly came to rape me in my small bedroom, but above all, my grandfather or uncle often came to pick me up to take me to cult meetings and sex parties.
I learned to sacrifice animals and people, I learned to worship Satan and I learned to survive in almost every aspect of my life. I split and gained dozens of personality parts. Parts that were deeply hidden inside and held memories and parts that learned to bear daily life no matter what.

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The world of survivors was totally unknown to me. I have great respect for their courage and perseverance when I hear about their bizarre experiences. How vulnerable and special that they want to share this with me personally! I really appreciate that we can open our home for encounters.

Being there unconditionally is the key

I have been touched in my heart by the injustice done to so many; I want to stand for the truth and for God's justice to prevail.

Survivors of SRM need what every human being needs: sincere love, a heart that listens without judgement and lasting connection. Even the deepest parts, those who had to murder and rape, then dare to speak. How many victims will break free from their lifelong slavery if they receive 10 such friends?

It is a privilege to pray for survivors, regularly and at key moments. And also for their families, if they are still in the cult. That is my contribution to their liberation and I experience that in this way I can help God's light to shine on their lives. As a Christian, I thus take my place in God's Kingdom and in the heavenly realms.

What a new, dark world opened up for me in 2020. Too bizarre to be true, until I started to listen and read critically and openly. I now find it a privilege to support therapists and survivors, so that the Light of Jesus overcomes the deep darkness.

I give my hands to help and my heart to love.

It is a privilege to experience a survivor. But it is an even greater privilege to be able to do your modest part to support the survivor to really live.

No one can do it all alone.... That is why I want to mean something for others. My name Tikva means HOPE ... and there is hope for everyone!