Spiritual Warfare in Satanic Ritual Abuse
If you minister to someone who has been ritually abused by evil Satanists, witches, Luciferians, etc. you have undoubtedly encountered the realm of the evil supernatural where demonic spirits keep their victims bound in darkness. As Christians, we have power over these spirits to cast them out. Our only problem has been that we don’t see them or hear them and thus they can hide behind their cloak of secrecy. I have found a chapter in the Bible, that when interpreted spiritually using keys given by the Holy Spirit, gives a powerful exposé of their unseen practices. This is vital information that can greatly facilitate ministry to these most abused of all persons.
I have put this information together in a book entitled Spiritual Wafare in Satanic Ritual Abuse that lifts the cover off that secrecy by disclosing a deeply spiritual interpretation of the battles between the king of the north and the king of the south in Daniel 11. Commonly Scripture is understood historically and outwardly, but there is also an inward and spiritual understanding that lies just beneath the surface. This spiritual view is seen in Daniel 11 when we remember that we wrestle not against flesh and blood but against principalities, powers, rulers of darkness and spirits of wickedness in high places. Just as there are presidents and kings in this world, they also exist in the unseen world of spirits. In Daniel 11, the king of the north represents a powerful demon of shame that rules in the lives of survivors of abuse. This shame that comes in via childhood abuse, keeps them in darkness and depression (north).
The king of the south represents the demons that go forth from perpetrators to control their SRA victims from a distance. This understanding comes from Jesus’ words in Luke where he says that an unclean spirit goes out of a man and walks through “dry places” (the definition of south in Daniel). This spirit eventually goes and brings in seven other spirits more wicked than himself. The spiritual reality in Satanism today is that a perpetrator who desires more power will send a demon (king of the south) out to go to his SRA victim and bring back some of her/his demons of power (seven spirits more wicked than himself) for his use. Satanists in their rituals call up demons from hell and instill them in their SRA victims. These demons are then accessed for power by the perpetrators in various ways.
There are forty-five verses in Daniel 11 that all explain some aspect of ritual abuse and its role used in preparation for the reign of the Antichrist. It ends on a very positive note, however, because it reveals there are Christians who discover their power over the enemy—power that comes as they die to self by taking up their cross daily and following Christ. In him they live and move and have their being such that no devil can touch them and the Antichrist is defeated. This 6 x 9, 266 page book is available on this website and also on Amazon. Share