Thursday, 20 August 2015


Anonymous writes:

Survivors' testimonies to the 'Independent Jersey Care Inquiry' are yielding more evidence of apparent occult practices on the Queen's island.

1. "I knew the staff got rid of the babies because I witnessed it. Not proper abortions, something else"

2. "I saw figures in black cloaks with torch-like lights near to the Dolmans"

3. "A group of us used to be taken there when it was dark after tea. I remember it was some kind of religious thing"

4. "He wore gloves with silvery things on them, which looked like prongs or nails"







The 'child abuser' Jaconelli was a close friend of the police.

The Scarborough Evening News - Silence as council ...


  1. I always thought Huntley was innocent.

  2. ‘...gloves with silvery things on them’.

    Whatever else - popularly understood - ‘Satanism’ is, it shares porn’s somewhat narrow trashy aesthetic. Stuck in a superficial rendition of 70’s kitsch. For non-believers in anything more than good, evil and the mystery therein, they should only be seen as deluded criminals prancing around with meaningless symbols and chants, intoxicated in an utter illusion. Madness and the appropriation of historical beliefs, that were definitely practiced, but so were notions of magic carpets and broomsticks. Why is the biblical figure the perceived connection? Smug in their secrecy and danger, this elite-believing underground obsession is fueled by chemical substances and/or in the thrilling spectacle. They also must get dragged along by fear the ‘god/s’ have told them, and obey they must. Once in, blackmailed or otherwise, this is a club for life. Well, death.

    At the other end are - generally - Christians, who see these distinctive practices linked to their believed narrative (at least in name) constantly re-emerging as the source of this ritualistic abuse and murder. These acts are seen to back-up the Bible and unless protesters get filled with The Spirit they wont hurt the source and stop the rot. Problem is, ‘stopping’ is neutered by more or less acquiescence to the sadly too-often assumed ‘futurist’ view of history and not a ‘partly open' one - something I have argued, in other comments, is what’s disclosed in the Book.

    I could take this on but as you can see, I’m a frustrated commenter gagging to be a journo. I have a url, will expand on the above and go public soon, sign up here so my name links through. Hope it helps. Aangirfan giving readers a leg up to broadcast. Thank you.


    1. Interesting comment.

      MEN SCRYFA - on holiday!

    2. Mark, you should do some research:

      Bible Myths
      And Their
      Parallels In Other Religions
      Being A Comparison Of The
      Old And New Testament Myths And Miracles
      Those Of Heathen Nations Of Antiquity
      Considering Also
      Their Origin And Meaning

      By T. W. Doane

      Published c1882

  3. Is that the little lad out of Kes sat next to Heath?