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Ele Veio Para Libertar os Cativos

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A obra apresenta aos leitores relatos, depoimentos e experiências sobre movimentos satanitas que foram descobertos dentro das igrejas e que participavam de atividades cristãs, do louvor, do discipulado e dos corais.


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Rebecca Julia Brown

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Rebecca Brown (born Ruth Irene Bailey, legally changed in April, 1986) is a controversial Christian author and former doctor best known for her claims of having helped people escape the occult.

In 1984, Brown's medical license was revoked by the issuing state of Indiana. The licensing board ruled that on numerous occasions she had "knowingly and intentionally misdiagnosed her patients", blaming their illnesses on demonic possession. A board-appointed psychiatrist diagnosed her as suffering from "acute personality disorders including demonic delusions and/or paranoid schizophrenia" and observed her injecting herself with unknown substances. The board also found that she had over-medicated her patients and administered improper treatments, as well as failed to properly document their treatment.

The 1984 medical board findings from the state of Indiana identified Elaine as Edna Elaine Moses (aka Elaine Moses, aka Elaine Bailey), one of Brown's patients, and charged that Brown had misdiagnosed her with leukemia and erroneously "treated" her with large doses of Demerol and Phenobarbital. Elaine had to be hospitalized for detoxification of the controlled substances Brown had given her.

After losing her medical license, Bailey adopted the name "Dr. Rebecca Brown". Brown and Elaine Moses (now roommate) began telling people of how Moses was a former high priestess of a Satanic cult and bride of Satan, and how "Dr. Brown" had saved her from a hospital riddled with Satanic cult members who had infiltrated it.

Also among the two women's claims were that Yoga is Satanic, Roman Catholicism is Witchcraft, and that Dungeons & Dragons and other role-playing games are Satanic.

Brown married "Rev." Daniel Michael Yoder (legal name William Joseph Stewart) on December 10, 1989 and created a Christian group called Harvest Warriors with her husband.

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