Christmas Can Be Agonizing for Satanically Abused People
Christmas for satanically ritually abused persons can be hell on earth–a time of extreme suffering and sorrow. Granted, Christmas is difficult for a lot of people, but it is off the charts for SRA persons. First of all, it is a common practice in SRA families to choose one child to bear the brunt of abuse. To make this abuse the most painful as possible for the victim, every opportunity is taken to transpose what is supposed to be a time of blessing and turn it into a time of cursing and misery.
This chosen child will be horribly abused in the rituals that Satanists perform leading up to Christmas. Even though, as many of us know, Jesus was not born at this time of year, and Christmas was originally a pagan holiday that was “Christianized,” it is still a time of honoring Christ. Therefore, Satanists do all they can to pollute it with as much evil and misrepresentation as possible. The nightly rituals conducted for weeks leading up to Christmas are times of extreme suffering for this child.
Then the abuse is continued in the context of the satanic family in which the child is being raised. There is usually at least one other sibling. The sibling child will be extremely coddled and the finest gifts are lavished on this child. The abused child is told that he/she is bad and does not deserve any gifts. If by some chance they are given a gift, it will be either old, ugly and worn out as discarded by some other child, or the abused child could be given what he/she always wanted and then forced to “give it away” to someone “more deserving.”
In the rituals it is not uncommon for a perpetrator to dress up like Santa Claus and then rape the child after doing who knows what other disgusting and painful things to it. The adult person this happened to in childhood may not remember the abuse, but every time they see a “Santa Claus” painful emotions and even fear may rise up. This can make Christmas a time of utter despair and misery.
If you know someone who grew up in an abusive home, you might want to find some way of expressing to them an extra measure of kindness and love this holiday season. Many of them have no family and possibly no friends as the Satanists do their best to keep them isolated and lonely.