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HEART Christian newspaper | 29 October 2020

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Halloween warning

Previously in the October/November issue of this paper we have been able to feature other survivors of SRA and occult involvement. Please contact our office if you would like to be sent the Oct/Nov 2019 and 2018 issues of HEART. These survivors never underestimate the significance of Halloween and the need for prayer beforehand, as Wilfred Wong explains here:

Halloween is the most important date of the year for Satanists. It’s a day they associate closely with carr ying out human and/or animal sacrifices.

Even the run-up to Halloween, from 28-30 October, and the day after, 1 November, are considered important by Satanists for their sacrifices. Halloween itself is also the one day of the year when most or all Satanist covens across the UK will be engaging in Satanist Ritual Abuse (SRA).

SRA is a brutal form of abuse of children, youth and vulnerable adults, consisting of physical, sexual and psychological abuse, and involving the use of Satanist rituals. Such abuse as part of Satanist worship rarely consists of a single episode. It usually involves repeated abuse over an extended period of time. SRA does not only involve sexual abuse but also the long-term physical and psychological torture of its victims.

England’s Metropolitan Police Service Website clearly mentions the existence of Satanic Abuse. This is very significant as the Met is the UK’s largest and leading police force.

While the Met calls it “satanic”, the term “satanist” is more accurate since it refers to the people who worship the devil. https://beta.met.police.uk/advice-and-information/child-abuse/faith-based-abuse/

For more information on SRA, email Wilfred Wong at: wilfred.wong@btopenworld.com

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