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What you're after is truth from the inside out.
Enter me, then; conceive a new, true life.

(Psalm 51:6 The Message)

A safe place for sharing information for healing Ritual Abuse, Mind Control, Sexual Abuse, living with Dissociative Conditions, and finding Biblical Truth

We who have run for our very lives to God have every reason

to grab on to the promised hope and not let go.  Hebrews 6 / The Message
Deprogramming Traps

When doing system work, donít get caught in phenomenology (the personís internal world and structures). If you encounter demonic structures such as chess games, alarm systems, bombs, computers, subway systems and etc., know that they are meant to deter the work. The enemy wants you to focus on the phenomena and get stuck. We suggest you try this approach instead:

  1. Ask God to reveal what needs to be done to have it removed. Do vows or covenants need to be broken? Perhaps a memory needs to be revealed.

  2. Bind and set aside the ruling spirit over the phenomena. Donít cast out until God permits.

  3. Give the structure to God.

  4. The Christian host needs to call all alters represented in the phenomena off their jobs.

  5. Ask God to remove the demonic exterior wrapped around their alters so they can recover their true identity and recognize that they belong to the hostís body, not the perpetrators who created the split.

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If you are going to work with ritual abuse survivors, you must also get educated if you want to be effective. And you must learn to be humble. Trauma survivors do not need to be around ignorant, modern-day Pharisees. Survivors in pain need people who will connect with them on an emotional level, get right down in there where they are, and listen. --Kathleen Sullivan