Don't Make Me Go Back, Mommy

From the shelves of the ReligioNuts™ comes a frightening children’s book that’s sure to minister to the damaged souls of your Halloween-loving children. If they have been abused by pagans, pornographers, and suicidal cult leaders, this may be the best choice for a bedtime story I’ve ever seen.

And yes, this is a real book.

Satanic Page 1

Satanic Pages 2

Satanic Pages 3

So kids, the lesson is: Don’t take candy, butt medicine, or magic juice from strangers!

Everybody together now: What the fuuuck?

(Hat tip: Awful Library Books)

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13 thoughts on “Book LOL of the Day: Children and Satanic Ritual Abuse”

Laura · December 29, 2009 at 10:36 am

oh, dear! Wow. . .

ritual abuse is real · December 29, 2009 at 4:20 pm

Ritual abuse crimes are very real. They happen worldwide. see http://ritualabuse.us for more information

Good Reason News · December 30, 2009 at 3:32 am

So glad you posted this. I was reading about this recently and I'm very interested in getting my hands on a copy. Of course it's like a $100 + collectors item. But I'd at least like to see more pages.

    godlessgirl · December 30, 2009 at 4:20 am

    Unfortunately I could only find 4-5 images of this book online. More pages would perhaps put some of the more puzzling passages in context.

survivor · December 30, 2009 at 3:57 am

Though this book may not be appropriate for children, the topic itself is important for those of us that have gone through ritual abuse and recovered from it.

    godlessgirl · December 30, 2009 at 4:19 am

    I feel bad if I've brought offense to people who have personal insight into this topic. I found the book's writing amusing, especially the bits about halloween and such. Since I do not believe in Satan or anything supernatural, that is where the ridiculous eyerolling comes in for me. Abuse is real and not funny, you're right. I may have given the impression that I don't believe it exists.

doctor(logic) · December 30, 2009 at 7:33 pm

See what Wikipedia says about Ritual Abuse: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ritual_abuse

Looks like it has about the same degree of credibility as vaccine conspiracy theories. This is not to say RA has never happened to anyone, but it's not a statistically significant public safety issue, as far as I can tell.

child abuse wiki · December 30, 2009 at 7:51 pm

The Wikipedia page is a one-sided, unbalanced version of the topic, written by those that want to deny the existence of ritual abuse crimes. Wikipedia in general is often inaccurate. Most of it is written by anonymous writers with unknown credentials and biases and there is no guarantee that any of it is double checked or accurate.

Even Wikipedia itself makes "WIKIPEDIA MAKES NO GUARANTEE OF VALIDITY." Wikipedia also states "Please be advised that nothing found here has necessarily been reviewed by people with the expertise required to provide you with complete, accurate or reliable information" and "all information read here is without any implied warranty of fitness for any purpose or use whatsoever."
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:General_di

A more accurate wiki page on ritual abuse is:
http://childabusewiki.org/index.php?title=Ritual_

De'Juan · January 1, 2010 at 4:42 pm

I checked out the "more accurate" wiki page on ritual abuse, and noticed that almost all of the references were before 2003, which is about the same time that SRA and RA fell out of favor as diagnoses. Which is consistent with the idea that it was a poor diagnosis to begin with.

Are there more recent studies available? Not just eyewitness testimony?

new refs - 2 · January 1, 2010 at 10:15 pm

Karriker, Wanda (2003). Morning, Come Quickly. Catawba, NC: Sandime, LTD. ISBN 0‑9717171‑0‑9.

Lacter, E.; Lehman, K. (2008). “Guidelines to Diagnosis of Ritual Abuse/Mind Control Traumatic Stress”. Karnac Books Ltd. Issue Volume 2, Number 2 / July 2008 Pages 159‑181

Noblitt, JR; Perskin PS (2000). Cult and ritual abuse: its history, anthropology, and recent discovery in contemporary America. New York: Praeger. ISBN 0-275-96665-8.

Noblitt, J.R.; Perskin, P. S. (eds) (2008). Ritual Abuse in the Twenty-first Century: Psychological, Forensic, Social and Political Considerations. Bandor, OR: Robert Reed, 552. ISBN 1-934759-12-0.

Rutz, Carol (2001). A Nation Betrayed. Grass Lake, MI: Fidelity Publishing. ISBN 0‑9710102‑0‑X.

Scott, S. (2001). The politics and experience of ritual abuse: beyond disbelief. Open University Press. ISBN 0335204198.

These books cite research and legal evidence to back up the existence of ritual abuse crimes.

references · January 2, 2010 at 3:59 pm

Most of the "skeptical" refences on the wikipedia page are from the 1990's when the debate occurred. RA and SRA are not diagnoses, but are child abuse crimes.

RA/SRA references from the last ten years:
The Extreme Abuse Survey (2007) http://ritualabuse.us/mindcontrol/eas-studies/

Publications on Ritual Abuse and Mind Control in 2008
http://www.endritualabuse.org/citation%202.htm

Hell Minus One http://childabusewiki.org/index.php?title=Hell_Mi

Forensic Aspects of Dissociative Identity Disorder – Sachs, Adah & Galton, Graeme (Eds). Publisher : Karnac Books, 2008 ISBN 1855755963 (has chapters on SRA)

Griffis, Ph.D., Dale, Cheryl and Lynn Hersha, Ted Schwartz (2001). Secret Weapons. Far Hills, NJ: New Horizon Press. ISBN 0-88282-196-2

I remember this · January 5, 2010 at 7:41 am

I know I read this and other books in the series this belongs to as a child. There was one about divorce, one about drug abuse, one about sexual abuse, one about death…

They really freaked me out. The satanic abuse one definitely gave me nightmares. After reading the one about sexual abuse I was utterly terrified of my friends' fathers. And the drug abuse one was pretty frightening too.

I would like to say that my parents never read these to me or gave them to me to read. I just stumbled upon them in the church library or something and…started reading. They were right there with all of the other children's books about Jesus and Noah and stuff.

Richard England · September 19, 2011 at 2:17 pm

Although scary, ‘Don’t Make Me Go Back Mommy’ is a hugely important historical document. Its an insight into events that took place in the US only 20 years ago. For those that were around in those days, US history took a distinct turn-for-the-worse, and there are plenty of folk ‘out there’ who would willingly get the whole thing started off again. Fortunately the release of the West Memphis Three has re-focused attention on those years and the remaining innocents incarcerated.

In the meantime we have to listen and read calmly whilst some enthusiasts like Neil tell us everything was true, including satans appearance in the famous book ‘Michelle Remembers’ which kicked-off the whole satanic abuse/recovered memory movements. And that the CIA/Illuminati/12′ shape-shifting lizards/New World Order/Masons/GOP/NHL are secretly trying to Mind Control us all through satanic abuse.

Fortunately you don’t have to look too far on the web to find such loonies in droves, together with Birthers, Lunar Landing Doubters, 9/11 ‘Truthers’ and those convinced that the world is stuffed in 2012. Some might not be surprised to find a belief in ritual abuse and one or more of the others go hand-in-hand.

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