G.O.G. & the Cyber Curtain
The Carnage Continues: Satanic Ritual Abuse (SRA), Reported Cases|
* 1975, Autumn, UK, Disapearance of dogs attributed to
occult rituals involving the Hekate cult. Sources: the
Littlehampton Gazette, published in Sussex, England, BBC, as
reported in "The Dark Worship: The Occult's Quest for World
Domination" by Toyne Newton. What follows are some excerpts
from Toyne Newton's book:
"In the autumn of 1975, the Littlehampton Gazzete,
publisheed in Sussex, England, printed a news story that
disclosed the latest extraordinary occurance in a quite
astonishing sequence of paranormal incidents. These had
gripped the south of England, gaining coverage on the BBC's
Nationwide programme and nationwide radio.
Prompted by the inexplicable dissapearance of two dogs in
Clamphan Woods, West Sussex, earlier in that same year, as
well as by an inordinate number of UFO sightings in the
area, members of a UFO investigation group decided to take a
thorough look at events....
Charles, whom I did not know at the time, had a strong hunch
tat an occult group as using the area, and later that year
he began making disceet enquiries while publicly maintaining
the UFO and paranormal lines of inquiry.
The stealthy approach paid off. One evening in November 1978
Charles recieved an intriquing telephone call from a
wellspoken man, asking him to come immmediately to a part of
the Chapham Woods known as the Crossroads, where four
pathways intersect. At this potentially dangerous rendezvous
in the pitch-black woods, a voice that Charles instantly
recognized as that of the telephone caller spoke from the
cover of thick foilage.
Warning Charles not to look for him in the interests of
their mutual safety, the man claimed to be an initiate into
the Friends of Hekate, a group formed in Sussex, England. He
stated that the Friends of Hekate held monthly meetings in
the Clapham Woods. He alleged that obscene, diabolical
magical rites regularly occurred at these meetings. He
intimated that Charles was standing very close to a site
that had been in use. Powerful people were apparently
involved who would brook no interference.
Any doubts Charles may have had concerning the authenticity
of this daunting clandestine encounter were soon dispelled
when he became the victim of a deliberate 'hit and run'
incident some two weeks later while cycling home from work.
He suffered head and back injuries, which affected him for
several weeks. Charles continued to probe gently, however,
and the real breakthrough came when, acting on a hunch, he
entered an unoccupied building in part of the Clampham Manor
House complex, and discovered a huge demonic mural covering
one of the walls....
Clearly seen on the face [of the demon mural] were red and
black marks, representing the smearing of blood. In
claw-like hands with razor sharp talons, the creature
appeared to be holding a religious orb with an eight armed
cross and circle. The body was covered in reptilian scales
and ended in a devilish forked arrowhead tail curving up and
over the back, and the whole was depicted against a vivid
background of fire and flames."
The above, quoted from Newton's book, pages 10-11, describes
only one piece of tangible substantiation of the alleghed
satanic nature of the bizarre ongoings at Clampham Woods,
though other evidence, including a black daggar stuck into
an animal heart, was later uncovered at Danbury Church by a
satanist thought to be involved with the Friends of Hekate
cult. [Italics are mine.]
The picture above, from a book by occultist and witch Kathy
Jones, depicts the godess Hekate.