In the Netherlands and elsewhere

Out of life

Does (satanic) ritual abuse really exist? An important question. Here are some sources of information about the Netherlands and elsewhere. Also on, ...., you can find some information about this. 

Source: Argos - investigative journalism by VARA/HUMAN with radio programmes/podcasts


  • ''Sanne Terlingen on ritual abuse'' - How do you investigate a story you don't want to believe? Argos editor Sanne Terlingen talks about a year-long investigation into ritual abuse.


Australia - ''We must open our eyes to ritual abuse''; interview with criminologist Michael Salter. He conducted fifteen years of research on organised sexual abuse. For this, he interviewed fifty (now) adult victims and sixty experts who work with them, including psychologists, psychiatrists and child protection workers.

Germany - ''No doubt about that ritual, organised abuse exists''. Interview with Johannes-Wilhelm Rörig, lawyer and former top official at the Ministry for Family Affairs and judge and, since 2011, German National Commissioner against Child Abuse.

Source: Zembla - investigative journalism by BNN/VARA with television broadcasts

Belgium - The X files (part 1 and part 2) - about networks around Dutroux and Nihoul, interview with investigation team and victim Regina Louf.



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!