Stichting Alternatief Beraad has made a documentary about Transgenerational Organized Violence (TOV) with the title: Nothing is what it seems.
Unfortunately, we can not offer this video for free. This professionally made video has asked for a large part of our budget and our organization is entirely dedicated to volunteers.
In order to be able to make up for some of the costs incurred, we ask you to donate 50 euros to the Foundation. Money that will be fully used to care for victims of Transgenerational Organized Violence.
Documentary TOV: Nothing is what it seems from Stichting Alternatief Beraad on Vimeo.
Empowering recovery from childhood trauma
Blue Knot Foundation, formerly Adults Surviving Child Abuse (ASCA), is the leading national organisation working to improve the lives of 1 in 4 adult Australians (5 million) who have experienced childhood trauma. This includes people who have experienced child abuse in all its forms, neglect, domestic violence in childhood and other adverse childhood events. This is known as complex trauma.
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Dawn Perlmutter is Director of the institute for Research of Organized & Ritual Violence.
This book contains phrases which may lead to dissociation. We advise survivors of ritual abuse not to read this book without being in company of a trusted person who is not a survivor of ritual abuse.
The forensics of sacrifice
JAMES QUANNovember 1996
The purpose of this paper is to consolidate and present some of the major data for those skeptical of the existence of Satanic Ritual Abuse (SRA) and to suggest more mutual affirmation in pursuit of the truth in this area. This paper, nonetheless, attempts to critically examine both sides of the debate, namely:critical thinking and belief, “no official” evidence, the context of evidence, actual corroborative evidence (including a map of the McMartin Preschool tunnels), false memory, the sharp rise in MPD/DID diagnoses, and alternate explanations for the profound similarities in child and adult accounts.In light of the semantic difficulties inherent in “memories” it is important to avoid overgeneralizing on either side, and yet to fully accept that for which both memory and corroboration exists.
A Consolidation of SRA and false memory
David W. Neswald, M.A. M.F.C.C. in collaboration with Catherine Gould, Ph.D. and Vicki Graham-Costain, Ph.D. The California Therapist, Sept./Oct. 1991, 47-50
Increasingly, cases of Multiple Personality Disorder (MPD) and Satanic Ritualistic Abuse (SRA) are being reported in the psychotherapeutic community. Though controversy concerning authenticity remains, such cases are slowly gaining in acceptability as a genuine social and psychopathological phenomenon. Concurrently, the etiological underpinnings and treatment demands of these special patients are being unraveled and understood as never before. As a result, it is becoming increasingly clear that perhaps the most demanding treatment aspects of such cases concern the problems posed by what is known as “cult programming.”
Common Programs Observed in Survivors of Satanic Ritualistic Abuse