Feb 28th, 2014
“Don’t Make Me Go Back, Mommy”, is a children’s book published in 1990 written by author Doris Sanford. According to the book’s description:
“The words of the text and the objects and situations illustrated are based on months of intensive research into the nature and practice of satanic ritual abuse. Any child who has been ritually abused will recognize the validity of this story.”The book was marketed primarily to mental health professionals, school counselors, parent organizations, and support groups. The summary on the back of the book reads:
“When five-year-old Allison’s parents begin to see a change in her behavior at home, they seek professional help for her. They find that Allison and other children have been ritually abused at a day care center. Thus begins Allison’s recovery through counseling and through her parents’ affirmations that it was not her fault, that she is precious and loved, and they will keep her safe.”While the book was probably intended to help children recognize and identify signs of Satanic Ritual Abuse (SRA), it is nevertheless one the most terrifying children’s book ever written. The book is written in codes and contains symbols only SRA victims can recognize, which makes reading the book to non-victims a creepy and scary experience.
As stated in other articles on this site, SRA is a basic element of Monarch Mind Control. This book therefore reflects several aspects of Mind Control such the usage of drugs, of mind games, of ritual abuse, of Satanic ceremonies and so forth.
While the author of “Don’t Make Me Go Back, Mommy”, probably had good intentions, the book’s coded wording and creepy imagery is enough to traumatize a child by itself. Let’s say this wouldn’t be my first choice for a bedtime story.
That being said, every time this book – or SRA in general – are mentioned online (i.e. this BuzzFeed article or the book’s Amazon reviews) there are tons of comments insisting on the fact that SRA does not exist and that it is a myth that was propagated in the 80′s. My question is : How can one be so sure and convinced that something DOES NOT exist? Why would someone even take the time to stress the fact that something DOES NOT exist? What’s the interest behind this? Is this a case of “doth protest too much, methinks”?
Is it possible that some internet commentators are being paid to make sure that any references to SRA is fully discredited and ridiculed online? One thing is for sure, when one researches the history and the mechanisms of Mind Control, combined with the functioning of the occult elite, the existence of SRA is far from being a myth. It is a documented fact.
“In the McMartin Preschool case about 800 children were witnesses whose stories colloborated the SRA and programming that was done, but the media, and the judicial system were able to cover up the abuse and make it look on television that the abusers were the victims! It wasn’t until after the case was over and the property sold, that the tangible proof (the secret tunnels with paraphenalia) were found, and then the news media has covered that up too. The abusers will often wear masks and costumes.
Let’s say a programmer wears a Mickey Mouse outfit, and the child would remember and tell, “Mickey Mouse hurt me.” Now who is going to believe the child? The child has told the truth, but will be reprimanded for telling the truth. It doesn’t take long for a severely abused child, who has been programmed to keep silent, to learn that no one wants to hear the truth anyway.”
- Fritz Springmeier, The Illuminati Formula to Create a Mind Control Slave