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Why do the heathen rage, and the people imagine a vain thing? The kings of the earth set themselves, and the rulers take counsel together, against the LORD, and against his anointed, saying, Let us break their bands asunder, and cast away their cords from us. He that sitteth in the heavens shall laugh: the Lord shall have them in derision. Then shall he speak unto them in his wrath, and vex them in his sore displeasure. (Psalm 2:1)

War has always been a grim business. Today it's played out by stringent rules for some sides, but not all. With the capture and beheading of civilians, billions of men, women and children on the home fronts of such nations as Britain, America, and other locations are being subjected to psychological warfare. Television viewing can be limited to help individuals cope. But ignore terrorism and tyrrany entrenches itself. The risk is also run similar to the the abandonment of Jewish holocaust victims in WW2, from whom many simply turned away, feeling themselves unable to deal with news reports.

Terrorism is different than war. The primary goal of terrorists is not to kill or cause physical harm, but to instill terror in a much larger group of secondary victims. The phychological impact on the society is the major objective. Terrorism is ritual abuse. One's sense of peace and security are torn away. There is the sense that ones peace and security are destroyed. Military strategists have experimented with the concept of creating warriors, through hypnosis who can perform in battle with extraordinary strength and endurance. That is but one facet being explored. The other side of the coin is "How to weaken ones enemies?" For this, ritual abuse, including the use of mind control has been employed.


Definition of Ritual abuse: Rituals are part of the embodiment of the traditions of a culture, which are handed down through generations. These may be defined as sacred or secular, but in their broader sense, rituals refer to any customarily-repeated act or series of acts. War games are but one example of this type of ritualization.

Ritual Abuse has been defined as psychological, sexual, spiritual and/or physical assault on an unwilling human victim, committed by one or more people whose primary motive is to fulfill a prescribed ritual in order to achieve a specific goal or satisfy the perceived needs of their deity. Ritual abuse always involves the use of mind control. In terrorism, ritual abuse takes the form of "threats to mutilate or kill" the hostage citizens of a country, especially through the use of particularly terrifying or bizarre methods, such as decapitation. These blanket threats are thrown out over the world and victimized nation.

During WWI, the bodies of German soldiers were discovered with the flesh cut from their legs. Rumors circulated among American troops regarding cannibalization by French Moroccan soldiers. True or not, this would have had an impact on German troops.

Ritual abuse in times of war or terrorism is not limited to the victimization of prisoners of war or hostages. The entire world is impacted to a certain extent by the techniques being utilized to control the minds of a nation and it's people. It's the softening of a nation which tyrrants use prior to the take-over of a particular territory. It probes and primes the minds of citizens not to cause any problems when the bigger event arrives. The introduction of terror cells in various regions is also preliminary military action. We must take ritual violent crime seriously even if it occurrs internationally. The scriptures state of Mystery Babylon: "All nations were deceived by your sorceries. (Rev. 18:23)." The Greek term for "sorceries" is pharmakia.Vines Expository Dictionary states that this term signifies "the use of drugs with sorcery." In an article dated Sept. 17, 2001, there was the following statement by Steve Hassan.

In a quotation from an article following the Trade Tower bombing, the aspect of ritual abuse called "mind control" is noted. "The terrorists who rammed passenger jets into the Pentagon and World Trade Center last week displayed behaviors that are reminiscent of cult members and may have been under the influence of destructive mind control when committing their acts, according to a leading cult expert."

Terrorism is "the deliberate creation and exploitation of fear through violence or the threat of violence in the pursuit of political change. Where do terrorists undergo mind control techniques and training? In terrorist war camps or cells across the world.

Terrorism erodes—at both the individual level and community level—the sense of security and safety people usually feel. It challenges ones to see the world as predictable, orderly, and controllable. Studies have shown that deliberate violence creates longer lasting mental-health effects than natural disasters or accidents. The consequences for both individuals and the community are prolonged, and survivors often feel that injustice has been done to them. This can lead to anger, frustration, helplessness, fear, and a desire for revenge.


There are various types of terrorism. Domestic Terrorism is defined as "the unlawful use, or threatened use, of violence by a group or individual that is based entirely within the United States or its territories without foreign direction and which is committed against persons or property with the intent of intimidating or coercing a government or its population in furtherance of political or social objectives." The FBI categorizes domestic terrorism into 3 basic subcategories which refer to ideologies of these groups: a) right-wing extremist groups, b) left-wing extremist groups and c) special interest extremists.

Cyber-terrorism seeks to use the Internet to commit acts of terrorism. Terrorists use the Internet to recruit members, communicate between cells and members, solicit funds, and spread propaganda. Cyber-terrorism is the use of cyber tools to shut down or degrade national infrastructures, such as energy, transportation, communications or government services for the purpose of coercing or intimidating a government or civilian population. Under this catagory, the youth and others are targeted to completely restructure their thinking. Biblical Christian values are being undermined by anti-christ groups using cyber-space to preach a doctrine which disguises the true intent behind religious terrorism.


Religious terrorism, which is one of these, seeks to use violence to further what they see as divinely commanded purposes. They targeting broad categories of foes in an attempt to bring about sweeping changes. These terrorists come from major faiths, as well as from small cults. Not concerned not with rallying a constituency of fellow nationalists or ideologies they pursue their own understanding of the will of the deity whom they serve. Examples of religious terrorist groups are:

Osama bin Laden’s al-Qaeda network, the Palestinian Sunni Muslim organization Hamas, the Lebanese Shiite group Hezbollah, etc.

As stated earlier, Ritual Abuse is defined as psychological, sexual, spiritual and/or physical assault on an unwilling human victim, committed by one or more people whose primary motive is to fulfill a prescribed ritual in order to achieve a specific goal or satisfy the perceived needs of their deity. Ritual abuse always involves the use of mind control.

In the psychological abuse that is inflicted victims are subjected to profound terror as well as to mind control techniques so severe that most victims dissociate their memories of the experience and lose their sense of free will. This is but one of the results of terrorists taking hostages and decapitating them. The scriptures speak of people being beheaded for the witness of haMashiach/Christ in the end times. (Rev. 20:4) Strangely enough, many of the families of victims of ritual abuse, and others still may tend because of the ritual abuse (RA) to identify themselves with the behaviour of the perpetrators of the abuse. Additional emotional consequences of ritual abuse and mind control include the following:

Symptoms of Ritual Abuse Include the Following Behaviours:

Terrorism may occur simultaneously to other tragic events in peoples lives. Or it can uncover feelings related to another ongoing or past crisis. Following the Sept. 11, 2001 Trade Tower Bombing, many people in shock, or were reluctant to share their feelings. Yet 39% said they's seen a person killed or injured. 29% had experienced the violent or accidental death of a close friend and 27 % experienced the violent or accidental death of a family member.

Although the aftermath of terrorism is often symptoms which the culture may experience, as they attempt to off-set the tragic reality of what is actually going on. These negative behaviors which are utilized by some victims and their families as "adjustment reactions," are used as an aid to their own personal sense of survival. While terrorism cannot always be prevented, people can learn appropriate coping skills.

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