A lot of people think that Satanic cults and SRA (Satanic Ritual Abuse) is rare, and part of a fringe social abnormality, that doesn't concern most normal people. Thats 100% wrong. Satanic cults have permeated the entire foundation of our society, gov, all infrastructures and institutions. Soft forms of Satanism have become so ubiquitous in our society, and pop culture, and people are so desensitized to them, that a lot of people don't even realize that that is what they are dealing with.
Satanic Cults hijack families and lineages, for many generations. And in our society, Satanism has subverted and hijacked entire industries (i.e. media.) Traditional family bonds are very strong, and the dark forces know that and piggy back on those bonds, to serve their own goals. The ultimate goal being to replace natural healthy family and societal bonds, entirely with satanic bondage. If you pay attention to world events, and our society, you will see signs of this con artistry happening in real time, all around us. (I.e. look at what communism has done to China, which in the past was very connected to ancient traditions.)
People wake up from 'the matrix' at different times, and often there is just one member of a family that is part of a satanic cult, usually the empath or intuitive empath, who wakes up before everyone else, remembers the abuse, realizes the truth of what is going on, and starts to heal. These individuals then serve as catalysts for the whole family to wake up and heal.
I received an email recently from an SRA survivor. I won't post her email here but I'll paraphrase the most important points she made. In short, she was glad to find the blogs and talk shows I did, where I disclosed my SRA survivor experiences and my journey in healing from that. She expressed worry about being attacked by her family, if she was to openly come out and disclose her experience to them. She wanted to know how I handled disclosing my experience to my family.
Confronting the family is such an important step in the healing journey, of the a survivor of any type of abuse, that I am posting it as a blog, so everyone can learn together. There is no one right or wrong way to do it, because everyone's circumstances and experience is different. But everyone must go through this step, one way or another, in order to heal. And typically, it has to be done many times, before any real impact is made.
Below is my response to her:
Thank you for reaching out and sharing a bit of your story with me.
I'm also very glad that my testimony and voicing my experience has helped you. That was always the intent. To give the courage to as many others as possible to remember, to heal, to have the conviction to be who they really are and move forward as a healed, empowered soul.
Roughly about 17 yrs ago, I started to tell my parents a few things that I remembered at that time. They did not believe me and did not care at all at that time, to find out more, or to figure out if any of that was real. Total denial followed by stone walling. I tried to bring up some things to my brother at time as well, and he just ran away scared. So I stopped, because it was going nowhere and it was just frustrating to me. I moved on with my life and obviously we grew completely apart, as I was remembering and healing, and they were not.
In early 2019, my brother committed suicide. It was 4 days before my father's 77th birthday. It was very tragic and unexpected for both of my parents. For me too, but in a way I was more mentally prepared, because I thought something like that might happen, because, his lifestyle was so unhealthy and chaotic. (He had ended up in the ER multiple times in the past.)
So soon after this, when I felt she was ready, I brought up a lot of information to my mother. By then, I remembered a lot more, I understood a lot more, I connected a lot of dots, had done 17 yrs of research to back up my ideas with facts, so now it was a more coherent, intelligent sounding account of what happened, than when I first started to talk about it 17 yrs ago. Thankfully, she remembered a few important pieces herself, so when she connected some of her memories to mine, things made more sense to her. Unfortunately, it took my brother's death, for her to pay attention to what I was telling her. She and many other people who knew my brother just wanted to know why, why this happened. The questioning allowed me to come with information. If he had not died, I'm 100% sure, she would be satisfied with the illusion that everything is fine, and would not be interested in anything I had to say, she would not believe or care to investigate. (My father has had a lot of cognitive decline/senility at this point, so its pointless to talk to him about this. Talking to his soul makes sense, in a Shamanic way, because the soul knows and sees a lot more, but just not to the person in a conscious way.)
One thing I will tell you though. I strongly feel that if I had more courage, and less self doubt, despite the incoherence of my story at that time, and if I would've talked to my family about all this more in the last 17 yrs, it may have prevented my brother's death. Even if they didn't believe me, I think talking about these things, may have helped to air it all out, and release some of the charge from those toxic pattens they carry. I'm not taking the blame for it. But I suspect that, had I had more support to confront my family, I would've been able to make more positive impact. Unfortunately at that time, I had no such support at all. I had a lot of the opposite, detractors and distractions. I also had healers, therapists, etc around me who helped me with various things, but none of them would feel qualified to support me in talking about SRA with my family. Most practitioners and friends that I knew then were even afraid to discuss the subject as a thing out there in the world, much less something they'd have to help a client or friend with. Cowards.
This is why I'm different. I help clients with their SRA trauma. And if they need help preparing to confront their family / discuss these things with their family members, or wherever possible their abusers, I do help them with it. It's not often possible or safe to confront the abuser, but in some cases it is safe and possible and very healing for everyone. Confronting the family about things like this, can almost be an art form. I have quite a bit of training in various healing and therapeutic modalities to assist people on their healing journey, including family disclosures.
Also, in a very real sense, it's the Art of War. You bring in the sword of truth, they almost always react with a sword of lies. It is a fight of ideas over which reality will prevail, a reality rooted in truth, or a reality rooted in lies. You can't win every dialogue every time. Some people are very committed to their lies. But just you voicing the truth, plants seeds of truth deep in their unconscious minds. Even if they vehemently deny it, and fight it, it's too late, the seed has been planted, and over time those seeds will grow and break through their matrix/bondage of illusion in their mind, and they will see, remember, realize something. That something may allow you to have a foot hold to bring in more facts, more truth, that will pry that door open, so more undeniable truth and light can come in. Change is inevitable.
Being a truth warrior is tough, but in the end, truth and love are the only things that are real. Lies are illusions, no matter how much people cling to them, they ultimately have no power. The 'winner' is the one who sees the truth and reality and shines the light of that truth on the lies that create 'bondage' to toxic, destructive patterns and beliefs. Even if people go into that 'freedom' kicking and screaming all the way, verbally attacking you, smearing you, lying about you, or whatever they may do, you will still win in the end, if you commit to and focus on truth, no matter what the circumstances are.
Remember how the saying goes:
First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, then you win.
Then they fight you. Then you win.
That's how it goes. So don't be afraid of this 'fight'. Spiritual Warfare is a reality, and continues no matter what we do, whether we confront or don't confront the liars. So I say, if we're going to participate in it anyway, no matter what we do, it makes sense to train and work to win. Prepare and plan for it. I can help you to prepare, to train you for inner and outer victories in this spiritual war. As well as to heal from the past wounding of the SRA experiences. That's what I do.
Some believe that 'all you need is love.' And that love is the highest frequency, or greatest truth. Love is wonderful, but it's not enough. Integration of all of our parts into a whole is a much deeper more profound reality. A balanced sense of identity, an identity that is rooted in Source, is born within that wholeness, not within love alone.
Besides integration allowing you to return to a state of wholeness, which is the core of all health, your pursing your own healing, can show them an example that healing is possible and is a better way to live, than clinging to a lie, which in the end will destroy them. Action speaks louder than words.
Much love on your healing journey!
Arriale Starbird is the founder of The Pure Hearth Center. she is a Spiritual Counselor, Shamanic Energy Healer, Reiki Master, Past Life Regression Therapist, Certified Yoga Instructor, Teacher and Mentor. She is available for one-on-one sessions by phone. To book an appointment, please contact us.
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