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Don't Make Me Go Back, Mommy by Doris Sanford
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Oct 04, 11

Read in January, 1998

I rea dthis book in the late 1990s and it remains on my bookshelves.

It is Sanford's best; written at a time when the nation was willing to confront the reality of satanic ritual abuse and how the satanists were practising their rituals on children in daycare centres.

Unfortunately stupid prosecutors failed to follow-through with the arrests and initial convictions and daycare ritual abuse is still a problem.

An insight into how the satanist got away can be found in Dr. Roland Summit's 'The Dark Tunnels of McMartin'. Dr. Summit checked and edited 'The Courage To Heal' by Laura Bass and Ellen Davis - two authors who recognised the threat of satanic abuse decades ago, and were brave enough to write about it at length in their seminal guide to recovering memories of abuse and involvement in satanism.

Don't Make Me Go Back Mommy isn't some kind of paranoid fantasy; it is based on the recollections and realities of the children who were systematically satanically abused in daycare centres and continue to be so. At McMartin the abusers performed their acts off-site with the children, whilst in other centres a combination of witchcraft and sorcery hid the abuse from authorities.

I hope one day this book will be updated and republished and that women will be a little more wary of giving-up their children to daycare centres during the day, and more wary of the fathers being in cults themselves!
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