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Survivorship is one of the oldest and most respected organizations supporting survivors of extreme child abuse, including sadistic sexual abuse, ritualistic abuse, mind control, and torture. Survivorship provides resources, healing, and community for survivors; training and education for professionals who may serve survivors; and support for survivors’ partners and other allies. The organization functions as a lifeline for survivors who may be isolated emotionally or geographically. Through community outreach and training, Survivorship also raises awareness about these difficult issues. Our Mission Survivorship is dedicated to improving the lives of survivors of ritualistic abuse. Our by-laws describe our goals in these words: 1). To provide publications which offer a forum for communication, information, validation, and peer support for survivors of ritualistic abuse, torture and mind control. 2). To disseminate information relating to issues in recovery. 3). To offer educational forums for survivors, partners, professionals and other concerned citizens. 4). To provide other needed services in support of the Mission, as determined by the Board of Directors of Survivorship. What Do We Mean by Ritualistic Abuse? We recognize ritualistic abuse as being any repeated, systematic abuse within a cult or other controlling group, or in the name of a belief or ideology. Ritualistic abuse frequently combines mental, physical, emotional and spiritual abuse in an attempt to condition every aspect of the victim’s humanity. Survivorship welcomes and embraces men and women who are committed to end abuse, regardless of race, religion, political party, or sexual orientation. No matter what religion, political party, or social movement was used to rationalize the crimes committed against you, you are welcome here. No matter what psychological, social, or spiritual path you are following to reclaim your life, Survivorship celebrates your healing. Who Belongs to Survivorship? Members of survivorship come from all parts of the world, with the majority of members living in the United States and Canada. Survivors, their partners, and professionals (therapists, clergy, activists) all belong. We also have some members who are questioning whether they have been ritualistically abused and are seeking more information. What Kinds of Support and Education Do We Offer? We have two kinds of newsletters. The Notes contain short articles about dealing with the after-effects of ritualistic abuse and news about Survivorship. There is also a calendar of events and notices of new books, web sites, projects, and RA-related news. Survivorship is more literary. It contains articles, first person stories, poetry, art work, and book and movie reviews. We offer one-day workshops periodically through out the year and short-term support groups for survivors. Speakers are available for trainings at hotlines, shelters, medical and nursing school, churches, and law enforcemen agencies. Finally, there is this web site. It offers a wide range of information on ritualistic abuse and healing to the general public. For members, there are password-protected message boards where people share their hopes and fears. The latest newsletters are posted in the members' section and news items and notices are archived. Click HERE to Contact Us Click HERE to Meet the Board of Directors Last modified 08/22/2011 HOME ABOUT SURVIVORSHIP Who we are Membership News RESOURCES Articles Links Community Calendar Difficult Dates FOR SALE Survivorship Shop Reprints Back Issues Books, Art CDs & Tapes How you can help Donate Volunteer Search Note: Survivorship does not endorse and cannot attest to the quality of any professional resources or agencies listed nor do we accept any liability regarding these resources or agencies. Users of these resources or agencies need to evaluate them for themselves. Copyright © 2011, Survivorship.org. All rights reserved. Template designed by Free CSS Templates Survivorship Family Justice Center 470 27th Street Oakland, CA 94612 Name ________________________________________________________ Organization (if applicable) _______________________________________ Address ______________________________________________________ City _________________________________________________________ State __________________ Zip ___________________ Phone __________________________________________ e-mail _______________________________________________________ Regular Membership: $__________ or Internet Membership $___________ Donation $_____________ Total enclosed $______________________ You may also e-mail the information on this form to [email protected] You will be signed up immediately and issued a password when your payment is received. last modified 08/22/2011 HOME ABOUT SURVIVORSHIP Who we are Membership News RESOURCES Articles Links Community Calendar Difficult Dates FOR SALE Survivorship Shop Reprints Back Issues Books, Art CDs & Tapes How you can help Donate Volunteer Search Note: Survivorship does not endorse and cannot attest to the quality of any professional resources or agencies listed nor do we accept any liability regarding these resources or agencies. 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Survivorship is one of the oldest and most respected organizations supporting survivors of extreme child abuse, including sadistic sexual abuse, ritualistic abuse, mind control, and torture. Survivorship provides resources, healing, and community for survivors; training and education for professionals who may serve survivors; and support for survivors’ partners and other allies. The organization functions as a lifeline for survivors who may be isolated emotionally or geographically. Through community outreach and training, Survivorship also raises awareness about these difficult issues. Our Mission Survivorship is dedicated to improving the lives of survivors of ritualistic abuse. Our by-laws describe our goals in these words: 1). To provide publications which offer a forum for communication, information, validation, and peer support for survivors of ritualistic abuse, torture and mind control. 2). To disseminate information relating to issues in recovery. 3). To offer educational forums for survivors, partners, professionals and other concerned citizens. 4). To provide other needed services in support of the Mission, as determined by the Board of Directors of Survivorship. What Do We Mean by Ritualistic Abuse? We recognize ritualistic abuse as being any repeated, systematic abuse within a cult or other controlling group, or in the name of a belief or ideology. Ritualistic abuse frequently combines mental, physical, emotional and spiritual abuse in an attempt to condition every aspect of the victim’s humanity. Survivorship welcomes and embraces men and women who are committed to end abuse, regardless of race, religion, political party, or sexual orientation. No matter what religion, political party, or social movement was used to rationalize the crimes committed against you, you are welcome here. No matter what psychological, social, or spiritual path you are following to reclaim your life, Survivorship celebrates your healing. Who Belongs to Survivorship? Members of survivorship come from all parts of the world, with the majority of members living in the United States and Canada. Survivors, their partners, and professionals (therapists, clergy, activists) all belong. We also have some members who are questioning whether they have been ritualistically abused and are seeking more information. What Kinds of Support and Education Do We Offer? We have two kinds of newsletters. The Notes contain short articles about dealing with the after-effects of ritualistic abuse and news about Survivorship. There is also a calendar of events and notices of new books, web sites, projects, and RA-related news. Survivorship is more literary. It contains articles, first person stories, poetry, art work, and book and movie reviews. We offer one-day workshops periodically through out the year and short-term support groups for survivors. Speakers are available for trainings at hotlines, shelters, medical and nursing school, churches, and law enforcemen agencies. Finally, there is this web site. It offers a wide range of information on ritualistic abuse and healing to the general public. For members, there are password-protected message boards where people share their hopes and fears. The latest newsletters are posted in the members' section and news items and notices are archived. Click HERE to Contact Us Click HERE to Meet the Board of Directors Last modified 08/22/2011 HOME ABOUT SURVIVORSHIP Who we are Membership News RESOURCES Articles Links Community Calendar Difficult Dates FOR SALE Survivorship Shop Reprints Back Issues Books, Art CDs & Tapes How you can help Donate Volunteer Search Note: Survivorship does not endorse and cannot attest to the quality of any professional resources or agencies listed nor do we accept any liability regarding these resources or agencies. Users of these resources or agencies need to evaluate them for themselves. Copyright © 2011, Survivorship.org. All rights reserved. Template designed by Free CSS Templates Survivorship Family Justice Center 470 27th Street Oakland, CA 94612 Name ________________________________________________________ Organization (if applicable) _______________________________________ Address ______________________________________________________ City _________________________________________________________ State __________________ Zip ___________________ Phone __________________________________________ e-mail _______________________________________________________ Regular Membership: $__________ or Internet Membership $___________ Donation $_____________ Total enclosed $______________________ You may also e-mail the information on this form to [email protected] You will be signed up immediately and issued a password when your payment is received. last modified 08/22/2011 HOME ABOUT SURVIVORSHIP Who we are Membership News RESOURCES Articles Links Community Calendar Difficult Dates FOR SALE Survivorship Shop Reprints Back Issues Books, Art CDs & Tapes How you can help Donate Volunteer Search Note: Survivorship does not endorse and cannot attest to the quality of any professional resources or agencies listed nor do we accept any liability regarding these resources or agencies. 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Mission: EVENTS What's new? How can you help: Log In (Members only) Site Map FAQs Contact What is Survivorship? Survivorship is one of the oldest and most respected organizations supporting survivors of extreme child abuse, including sadistic sexual abuse, ritualistic abuse, mind control, and torture. Survivorship provides resources, healing, and community for survivors; training and education for professionals who may serve survivors; and support for survivors’ partners and other allies. The organization functions as a lifeline for survivors who may be isolated emotionally or geographically. Through community outreach and training, Survivorship also raises awareness about these difficult issues. Our Mission Survivorship is dedicated to improving the lives of survivors of ritualistic abuse. Our by-laws describe our goals in these words: 1). To provide publications which offer a forum for communication, information, validation, and peer support for survivors of ritualistic abuse, torture and mind control. 2). To disseminate information relating to issues in recovery. 3). To offer educational forums for survivors, partners, professionals and other concerned citizens. 4). To provide other needed services in support of the Mission, as determined by the Board of Directors of Survivorship. What Do We Mean by Ritualistic Abuse? We recognize ritualistic abuse as being any repeated, systematic abuse within a cult or other controlling group, or in the name of a belief or ideology. Ritualistic abuse frequently combines mental, physical, emotional and spiritual abuse in an attempt to condition every aspect of the victim’s humanity. Survivorship welcomes and embraces men and women who are committed to end abuse, regardless of race, religion, political party, or sexual orientation. No matter what religion, political party, or social movement was used to rationalize the crimes committed against you, you are welcome here. No matter what psychological, social, or spiritual path you are following to reclaim your life, Survivorship celebrates your healing. Who Belongs to Survivorship? Members of survivorship come from all parts of the world, with the majority of members living in the United States and Canada. Survivors, their partners, and professionals (therapists, clergy, activists) all belong. We also have some members who are questioning whether they have been ritualistically abused and are seeking more information. What Kinds of Support and Education Do We Offer? We have two kinds of newsletters. The Notes contain short articles about dealing with the after-effects of ritualistic abuse and news about Survivorship. There is also a calendar of events and notices of new books, web sites, projects, and RA-related news. Survivorship is more literary. It contains articles, first person stories, poetry, art work, and book and movie reviews. We offer one-day workshops periodically through out the year and short-term support groups for survivors. Speakers are available for trainings at hotlines, shelters, medical and nursing school, churches, and law enforcemen agencies. Finally, there is this web site. It offers a wide range of information on ritualistic abuse and healing to the general public. For members, there are password-protected message boards where people share their hopes and fears. The latest newsletters are posted in the members' section and news items and notices are archived. Click HERE to Contact Us Click HERE to Meet the Board of Directors Last modified 08/22/2011 HOME ABOUT SURVIVORSHIP Who we are Membership News RESOURCES Articles Links Community Calendar Difficult Dates FOR SALE Survivorship Shop Reprints Back Issues Books, Art CDs & Tapes How you can help Donate Volunteer Search Note: Survivorship does not endorse and cannot attest to the quality of any professional resources or agencies listed nor do we accept any liability regarding these resources or agencies. Users of these resources or agencies need to evaluate them for themselves. Copyright © 2011, Survivorship.org. All rights reserved. Template designed by Free CSS Templates EVENTS What's new? How can you help: Log In (Members only) Site Map FAQs Contact NEWS Survivorship's blog is at http://survivorshipwp.wordpress.com Survivorship on Twitter: http://twitter.com/Survivorshiporg Survivorship Fundraiser: http://www.survivorship.org/events.html SURVIVORSHIP WORKSHOP http://www.survivorship.org/workshops.html SURVIVORSHIP WEBINARS http://www.survivorship.org/webinars.html NEWS FROM AROUND THE WORLD Ritual Abuse And Extreme Abuse Clinician’s Conference 2011 A one day conference for licensed practitioners on issues in working with clients suffering from ritual abuse and extreme abuse symptoms. Email: [email protected] Website: http://ritualabuse.us/smart-conference/ritual-abuse-and-extreme-abuse-clinicians-conference-2011/ August 5 Bradley International Airport Windsor Locks, CT S.M.A.R.T.’s 14th Annual Ritual Abuse, Secretive Organizations and Mind Control Conference Email: [email protected] Website: ritualabuse.us/smart-conference/ August 6 – 7 Bradley International Airport Windsor Locks, CT Information on ordering audio tapes or CD's from the 2010 conferences can be found at http://ritualabuse.us/smart-conference/2010-conference/ Neil Brick “Fighting the Spin: The Truth about Child Abuse Cases” Nick Bryant “Lessons learned from Franklin” Carmen Yana Holiday “Survivors of Extreme Abuse: The Awful Rowing Toward Social Emancipation” Suzie Burke, R.N., Ph.D. “Wholeness: My Healing Journey from Ritual Abuse, and What You Can Learn from It” Wanda Karriker, Ph.D. “The Ritual Abuse Controversy: A Personal Perspective” Mary Keats RN BA “Hope after the Darkness” Neil Brick “The Move from Blame the Victim to Blame the Helper” Julaine “Looking Back: Lessons from the Healing Journey” Lynn Schirmer "Art and Activism: Finding Effective Ways to Tell” Healing from Ritual Abuse and Mind Control: Survivor Trish Fotheringham Speaks Out DVD Set of Interviews www.MoreThanAnIdea.ca/id74.html In these films, Ellen Lacter Ph.D. interviews Trish, a Canadian survivor of ritual abuse and mind control. [An article by Trish appeared in the Survivorship Journal, Vol. 15 No. 2.] She describes how she successfully worked through her programming and attained a cohesive whole sense of self, explains mind control and how to overcome it, and openly discusses all of what done to her without self-condemnation. She also displays artwork illustrating her previously dissociated personalities, her inner world, and her breaking free of the bonds in which her abusers sought to trap her. The DVD’s will inspire great hope and courage and provide direction and guidance for the healing journey, not only to survivors, but also to the people who help them, including psychotherapists, clergy, and loved ones. ($18.00 plus $6.50 shipping for the three-DVD set) The Franklin Scandal: Powerbrokers, Child Abuse and Betrayal by Nick Bryant http://franklinscandal.com/index.html This book is about a nationwide sex trafficking using Boys Town as a source of young victims. Some of the victims that Bryant has interviewed state that they were ritually abused. Nebraska legislators exposed the ring in 1990, but a grand jury was manipulated into declaring the allegations a hoax and indicting witnesses for perjury. In one case, a girl who had been abused since the age of 14 refused to recant her abuse and was sentenced to 9-15 years in prison. The Senate committee’s lead investigator was killed, along with his 9-year-old son, in an exploding plane, and there were other suspicious deaths. All real inquiry stopped, and the cover-up continued for almost 20 years. The book traces the web of corruption within Nebraska and Washington DC and shows how a major part of that cover-up was accomplished. [Note: The author is donating 50% of the book’s proceeds to organizations that assist abused children.] On March 10, 2010 the 54th Conference by the Committee of the Status on Women at the United Nations hosted a panel entitled “Support and Change for Survivors of Egregious Trauma.” It was sponsored by Dr. Dana Raphael, Ph.D. and the Human Lactation Center, an NGO with UN Status.. Dr. Raphael who was a student of Margaret Meade and is a member of the International Society for the Study of Trauma and Dissociation. This is the 6th year that she has offered a program at this conference featuring survivors and allies of persons who report RA/MC and other forms of extreme abuse. Speakers and topics were: Aurana Morgan, M. A.: "Recovery from Ritual Trauma" Devana Petree, Ph.D. candidate: "Leaving and Recovering from Hare Krishna" Brenda Rivera, "Recovery from RA/MC" Dana Raphael, Ph.D.: "Advocacy for Extreme Abuse Survivors and Supportive Behaviors for Families of Survivors" Eileen Schrader, M.S. Discussant last modified 08/22/2011 HOME ABOUT SURVIVORSHIP Who we are Membership News RESOURCES Articles Links Community Calendar Difficult Dates FOR SALE Survivorship Shop Reprints Back Issues Books, Art CDs & Tapes How you can help Donate Volunteer Search Note: Survivorship does not endorse and cannot attest to the quality of any professional resources or agencies listed nor do we accept any liability regarding these resources or agencies. Users of these resources or agencies need to evaluate them for themselves. Copyright © 2011, Survivorship.org. All rights reserved. Template designed by Free CSS Templates

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The Survivorship Ritual Abuse and Mind Control 2017 Conference

Due to the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19), the Survivorship Ritual Abuse Conference May 15-17, 2020 has been changed to an online conference
Speakers include: Dr. Karol Darsa, Neil Brick, Cristina Mardirossian LMFT, Dr. Randy Noblitt and Pamela Perskin Noblitt and Will Randle.
https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/due-to-the-novel-coronavirus-covid-19-the-survivorship-ritual-abuse-conference--may-15-17-2020-has-been-changed-to-an-online-conference-301041696.html

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two satanist couples and two satanic ideologies ♥️ #1 satanic couple will keep you tore up from the floor up ♥️ #2 satanic couple will show you how one dies and how your never going to get a life ♥️ seems like these two satanic ideologies can't be destroyed ♥️ almost as if they're revolving and continuous ♥️ oh but any other type of ideology and/or ideologies ♥️ whatever they may be ♥️ that are not satanic ♥️ can be completely destroyed ♥️ to destroy or take away ones own ideologies is ritual abuse ♥️ ideologies are your entire reasons for living ♥️ your entire way of life ♥️ ideologies are not ritual abuse ♥️ but sadly, somebody out there thinks so ♥️ isn't that sad ♥️ that's very very sad ♥️

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info @ survivorship.org EVENTS What's new? How can you help: Log In (Members only) Site Map FAQs Contact What is Survivorship? Survivorship is one of the oldest and most respected organizations supporting survivors of extreme child abuse, including sadistic sexual abuse, ritualistic abuse, mind control, and torture. Survivorship provides resources, healing, and community for survivors; training and education for professionals who may serve survivors; and support for survivors’ partners and other allies. The organization functions as a lifeline for survivors who may be isolated emotionally or geographically. Through community outreach and training, Survivorship also raises awareness about these difficult issues. Our Mission Survivorship is dedicated to improving the lives of survivors of ritualistic abuse. Our by-laws describe our goals in these words: 1). To provide publications which offer a forum for communication, information, validation, and peer support for survivors of ritualistic abuse, torture and mind control. 2). To disseminate information relating to issues in recovery. 3). To offer educational forums for survivors, partners, professionals and other concerned citizens. 4). To provide other needed services in support of the Mission, as determined by the Board of Directors of Survivorship. What Do We Mean by Ritualistic Abuse? We recognize ritualistic abuse as being any repeated, systematic abuse within a cult or other controlling group, or in the name of a belief or ideology. Ritualistic abuse frequently combines mental, physical, emotional and spiritual abuse in an attempt to condition every aspect of the victim’s humanity. Survivorship welcomes and embraces men and women who are committed to end abuse, regardless of race, religion, political party, or sexual orientation. No matter what religion, political party, or social movement was used to rationalize the crimes committed against you, you are welcome here. No matter what psychological, social, or spiritual path you are following to reclaim your life, Survivorship celebrates your healing. Who Belongs to Survivorship? Members of survivorship come from all parts of the world, with the majority of members living in the United States and Canada. Survivors, their partners, and professionals (therapists, clergy, activists) all belong. We also have some members who are questioning whether they have been ritualistically abused and are seeking more information. What Kinds of Support and Education Do We Offer? We have two kinds of newsletters. The Notes contain short articles about dealing with the after-effects of ritualistic abuse and news about Survivorship. There is also a calendar of events and notices of new books, web sites, projects, and RA-related news. Survivorship is more literary. It contains articles, first person stories, poetry, art work, and book and movie reviews. We offer one-day workshops periodically through out the year and short-term support groups for survivors. Speakers are available for trainings at hotlines, shelters, medical and nursing school, churches, and law enforcemen agencies. Finally, there is this web site. It offers a wide range of information on ritualistic abuse and healing to the general public. For members, there are password-protected message boards where people share their hopes and fears. The latest newsletters are posted in the members' section and news items and notices are archived. Click HERE to Contact Us Click HERE to Meet the Board of Directors Last modified 08/22/2011 HOME ABOUT SURVIVORSHIP Who we are Membership News RESOURCES Articles Links Community Calendar Difficult Dates FOR SALE Survivorship Shop Reprints Back Issues Books, Art CDs & Tapes How you can help Donate Volunteer Search Note: Survivorship does not endorse and cannot attest to the quality of any professional resources or agencies listed nor do we accept any liability regarding these resources or agencies. Users of these resources or agencies need to evaluate them for themselves. Copyright © 2011, Survivorship.org. All rights reserved. Template designed by Free CSS Templates EVENTS What's new? How can you help: Log In (Members only) Site Map FAQs Contact How to Contact Us POSTAL ADDRESS: Survivorship Family Justice Center 470 27th Street Oakland, CA 94612 EMAIL ADDRESSES: Please note that there are spaces before and after the @. This is to avoid spam: they are not recognizable as e-mail addresses. When you write us, remember to delete both spaces. General inquires, membership questions, forgotten passwords: info @ survivorship.org (Board of Directors) General or specific concerns, (including but not limited to message boards), unanswered questions: bod @ survivorship.org Submissions to the Journal (articles, art, poetry, reviews): editor @ survivorship.org Message board #1 questions: msbd1 @ survivorship.org Webinar questions and registration, Message board #2 questions: shamai @ survivorship.org Last modified 05/28/2011 HOME ABOUT SURVIVORSHIP Who we are Membership News RESOURCES Articles Links Community Calendar Difficult Dates FOR SALE Survivorship Shop Reprints Back Issues Books, Art CDs & Tapes How you can help Donate Volunteer Search Note: Survivorship does not endorse and cannot attest to the quality of any professional resources or agencies listed nor do we accept any liability regarding these resources or agencies. Users of these resources or agencies need to evaluate them for themselves. 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