By Jamie Busby
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In 1989, Australia's "60 Minutes" documentary series and ITV's "The Cook Report" investigated Satanic ritual abuse of children in the UK.
There was some overlap with both programmes and they gave a small yet chilling insight into the world of child abuse and Satanism in the UK. Both programmes also interviewed the same girl, a 15 year old from London who had been the subject of horrific sexual abuse that began when she was just 5 years old.
To protect her identity, even though she is not disguised in any way, "60 Minutes" referred to her as "Teresa". What follows is her story plus evidence of a much wider network at play.
At the age of 2, Teresa's parents separated and she initially stayed with her Mother. However, her Mother was unable to cope and Teresa was subsequently left in the care of her paternal grandmother, who she called "Nan".
When presenter Ian Leslie asked Teresa who the leader of the cult was, she told him that at home, it was her Nan. Teresa was forced to have sex initially with animals such as goats and donkeys. Eventually, it was the men's turn.
When asked how many men would have sex with her at the gatherings, she said the number was however many were there. This was anything between 10 and 30 men, 3 times a week. All this from the age of 5 years old. She described how her Nan would be present and far from helping, she'd either be just watching on smiling or having sex herself with other men.
Teresa continues to describe how she was witness to the "sacrifice" of several new born babies and aborted foetuses. She said that during the ceremonies, they referred to "Lucifer" and told the children that killing people made him happy.
Teresa then describes that one time, a tramp was brought into a ceremony. She says he was laughing when he first arrived and seemed "really dopey"; possibly drunk, drugged or both.
However, he was cut from throat to stomach and Teresa remembers his screams that only stopped at the point of his death. Afterwards, parts of him were cooked and she was forced to eat "bits of him".
Ian Leslie asked if Teresa was ever threatened with death. She said they threatened to kill her "little girl". Leslie seemed confused and asked "What little girl?". Teresa replied "My little girl, Alex. She's about 4 now". Teresa had given birth to her own child at the age of 11 and the baby had been taken away by people unknown.
Teresa fell pregnant 7 or 8 times. She was asked what happened each time, aside from the child she gave birth to; "They were aborted. By my Nan or one of the doctors at the house." She recounts one such abortion where the foetus was still alive. It was killed in front of her and the Satanists ate it. They also made Teresa eat parts of her own foetus.
Every time human flesh was consumed, Teresa was told it was for Lucifer as it made him happy.
All that has been mentioned so far took place in a large house in the country. Teresa was drugged or even physically knocked out every time she was taken there and has no idea where it was. She recalls it being very large like a castle with a long drive. A house belonging to someone very wealthy no doubt.
Teresa added that children would be "married" to Lucifer in an official ceremony. This was done in order to reinforce to the children that they were part of him and they were his possessions.
Teresa described her own "marriage" to Lucifer as like a wedding ceremony in a church, just with different words. They were told that they should treat Lucifer as a friend and that he was always there if they need him.
In Satanism, the more depraved and vile you become, the more you please the devil and thus receive more power when you die. They truly believe this which is clearly a huge problem wherever it takes place in the world. Especially when you consider we are usually dealing with already powerful and psychopathic paedophiles.
"Satanic Panic" was a phenomena of the 1980's which may well have damaged genuine children's testimony. Legitimate cases of Satanic ritual abuse became mixed in with false claims due to a psychiatric technique called "memory regression". While all the children had certainly been victims of horrific sexual abuse, it was discovered that Satanism had been introduced into their minds by the actual therapist. Psychiatry at it's finest, yet again...
Leslie bluntly asked Teresa if she was just making it up. She instantly replied; "No. I know what's true and what's not. I know what I saw."
Leslie then asked if it could be a terrible dream she was reliving. Again, she replied "No. It's no dream. It's a nightmare but not one you can wake up from."
Teresa also spoke of something seen the world over in Satanism, how they get children young and brainwash them into believing it's all normal. She expressed this by saying "you don't like to eat your greens but you're told they're good for you". Basically, she had never known anything different.
This was demonstrated by a miscarriage she had at school one day. She went to the toilet where she found that the barely-developed "baby" was in her underwear. Far from telling anyone, Teresa buried the foetus with flowers in a pencil case. This was in order to stop her Nan and the Satanists from using it in rituals. She clearly believed she had nowhere to run and nobody to turn to.
Teresa's memories were not a result of therapy and were backed up by extensive medical records that showed long-term childhood trauma and sexual abuse.
This, along with her testimony about certain people and recollection of events was believed by investigating police, as it was by mental health workers who subsequently spoke with her.
A psychiatrist spoke to Teresa about her allegations at great length and prepared a statement for the "60 Minutes" programme. It read as follows;
"In my opinion, Teresa's account is not the product of a psychotic illness, nor the figment of a fertile imagination. I believe her to be telling the truth."
Sgt. Alan Barwick of the investigating police told Ian leslie that he too believed Teresa and was taking the allegations extremely seriously. When told that Teresa had been forced to eat her own foetus, Barwick said he was not surprised. The reasons he gave was that there was other info showing similar activities had occurred many times in the UK. He gave no more comment as they were part of ongoing investigations.
The tapes of Teresa were taken to a therapist called Ray Wyre. At the time, he had dealt with 21 cases like her's in the previous 2 years and was considered an authority on the subject.
He speaks of how children couldn't possibly know enough about Satanic rituals and sacrifices in order to speak about them so vividly. Young children also don't know enough about sex to describe their abuse in such graphic detail.
Strangely, many years later it emerged that Ray Wyre had appeared on the "Elm Guest House" guest list. This place in London was famously used by politicians and public figures to sexually abuse children in the 1970's and 80's. We will probably never find out exactly why his name showed up because Ray Wyre died in 2008. I will say however that people have been known to engineer themselves into positions where they are well placed for access to victims...
Moving on to "The Cook Report", presenter Roger Cook first spoke to an ex-Satanist victim called Audrey Harper. She lectured nationally at the time about the dangers and sheer magnitude of Satanism. She was once a prisoner AND recruited people for a Satanic group who committed child sexual abuse and human sacrifice.
Harper believes that what we actually know about Satanism is the tiny tip of a huge iceberg. All groups are self-governing, they do exactly as they please. They attract paedophiles of course and due to their secrecy, they are able to remain hidden. She tells of how this is a nationwide epidemic in the UK; we know it's a worldwide plague.
Teresa is also interviewed in this programme, they refer to her as "Natalie". Here, she spoke of how the children were forced to stand on a pentagram on the floor, in front of an altar.
The Satanists would file in dressed in black robes and the kids would be forced to watch, at first, an animal being killed. This would eventually lead to foetuses and then people, as has already mentioned.
The "60 Minutes" programme had spoken to a Satanist. He is first shown reading a passage from a book with a picture of Anton LaVey on the back. LaVey wrote "The Satanic Bible". I have read this book and it attempts to paint a pretty picture of what Satanists get up to, that they are not allowed to harm anyone and that they don't even believe in Satan.
The reality appears quite different.
"The Cook Report" revealed that the Satanist in question was David Austen. He was a former member of the "National Front", an extreme far-right political party in the UK. At the time of the programme in 1989, he was working as a chef.
A Satanist of 20 years, the programme included the filmed ceremony of him being made head of the "Temple of Set" in Britain by none other than Michael Aquino and his wife Lilith.
Michael Aquino was an Army Intelligence Officer who specialised in psychological warfare. He was also involved in the CIA's MKUltra program, he experimented on subjects in South-East Asia. And here he is in the UK, a known Satanic paedophile anointing the British head of his pseudo-religion.
Roger Cook went to the Presidio Army base in San Francisco where Aquino was then serving as a Lt. Colonel in the US Army. Military investigators at that time had formally accused Aquino of the ritual abuse of children from the on-base daycare centre. One girl said she had been abused by both Michael and Lilith Aquino at their nearby home.
This was the tip of another iceberg; The Aquinos were up to their necks in allegations of child abuse and known to be involved in the hierarchy of Satanism. Strangely enough (or not, considering their connections) Michael Aquino or his wife were never prosecuted for any of their alleged crimes, of which there were numerous.
What this does show however is a direct correlation between the Temple of Set, organized paedophile rings, the CIA, MKULTRA and mind control. Not just in America but in the UK; their reach is global and the demand for what Satanism offers clearly was, and still is, through the roof.
As for "Teresa" or "Natalie", I have not been able to find out any details of where she is now or how she's doing. I do know that at the time of these documentaries, 5 men were charged with her rape. "Nan" was charged with 7 counts of aiding and abetting rape plus 2 counts of performing illegal abortions on Teresa.
I also know that the case collapsed due to lack of evidence. I'm not sure what more evidence Teresa could have provided, but nobody was ever prosecuted. Maybe they got a sympathetic judge.
Perhaps a judge who was in on it all; when it comes to the Deep State and their political influence, nothing would shock me. Till next time.
Australia 60 Minutes documentary - "Satan's Children"; 1989
"The Cook Report" ITV documentary - "Satanic Abuse"; 1989
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