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Daniel Ryder - Breaking the Circle of Satanic Ritual Abuse Incomplete)

Daniel Ryder - Breaking the Circle of Satanic Ritual Abuse Incomplete)

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Breaking the Circle of Satanic Ritual Abuse is a powerful book that exposes the violent acts of satanic cults which have infiltrated the very core of our society. The content of the book is disturbing in that graphic details of victims' torture reflect such malevolence.

The author/survivor's search for truth led him to many places in the country to interview human service providers. The author not only unmasked the cult's modus operandi, but gave insightful ways of breaking free of cult abuse to begin the process of recovery.

The book gives a sense of unsettledness because the perpetrators appear like ordinary people, who go about doing normal activities by day and are often in positions of authority, thereby making it very easy to deny such evil exists.
For all of its horror, the book is about the courage of the survivors and the triumph of good over evil. It also gives us hope, in that the author, an excellent writer, who as a child was abused by a cult, has successfully broken through. This book is must reading for everyone, because this evil thrives in lies and denial. Awareness mitigates these.
Breaking the Circle of Satanic Ritual Abuse is a powerful book that exposes the violent acts of satanic cults which have infiltrated the very core of our society. The content of the book is disturbing in that graphic details of victims' torture reflect such malevolence.

The author/survivor's search for truth led him to many places in the country to interview human service providers. The author not only unmasked the cult's modus operandi, but gave insightful ways of breaking free of cult abuse to begin the process of recovery.

The book gives a sense of unsettledness because the perpetrators appear like ordinary people, who go about doing normal activities by day and are often in positions of authority, thereby making it very easy to deny such evil exists.
For all of its horror, the book is about the courage of the survivors and the triumph of good over evil. It also gives us hope, in that the author, an excellent writer, who as a child was abused by a cult, has successfully broken through. This book is must reading for everyone, because this evil thrives in lies and denial. Awareness mitigates these.

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"When we first started working with incest, it seemed to be a terrible but rare occurrence;and then the dam burst, and the frightening reality of both its frequency and the damagedone engulfed us. Now it's ritual abuse. Our first encounters seemed too frightening to bereal, and yet now we hear unbelievable and similar stories much too frequently. Ryder'swork is a welcome and sorely needed resource for therapists and survivors alike."Pat Mellody, executive director of the Meadows,Wickenburg, ArizonaPia Mellody, author of Breaking Free and co-author of Facing Codependence: What It Is, Where It Comes From,How It Sabotages Our Lives"As a mental health clinician with several years' experience treating child survivors of Satanic ritual abuse, I can recognize the real contribution Daniel Ryder's book will provide those of us who are working in this field. It takes courage to stand up and say, `I believe that this type of abuse occurs.' It takes perseverance to compile a composite of treatment approaches and treatment issues pertinent to Satanic ritual abuse. There is nodoubt in my mind that many of the children ritually abused today will turn to substancesto blot out their painful memories tomorrow. It is time that clinicians combine their knowledge of the psychodynamic principles of post-traumatic stress disorder with the proven methods of the Twelve Step programs. We are all working together to heal people."Pamela S. Hudson, M.S.S.W., A.CS.W., L.C.S.W., author of Ritual Child Abuse:Discovery, Diagnosis, and Treatment"Anyone working with survivors of ritual abuse will find this book to be a wealth of information. Breaking the Circle abounds with helpful insights, no matter what your opinion of Satanism is. Ryder tells you what others are doing, what works for him, andlets you decide for yourself. I recommend this book highly.The Reverend Dr. John L. Spangler, M.Div., D.S.T.Green Bay, Wisconsin"An excellent book-must reading for every psychotherapist and counselor. And if you arelike me, hug your fear and read it anyway!"Janet Hurley, MA., licensed marriage and family therapist,founder and co-director of TASK (Take a Stand for Kids),Carmel Valley, California"Many of the dynamics discussed in this book have not been disclosed in any previousforum on the subject. The unsettling `reality' remains that there is a remarkableconsistency in the victim/survivor experience as portrayed in this book and theindependent findings of a wide range of professionals. I would strongly recommend this book to any professional or significant other who interacts with the victim/survivor."Sgt. Jon Hinchliff, Minneapolis Police Department"Breaking the silence and secrecy surrounding all types of abuse has historically been thekey factor that has enabled survivors to seek and obtain professional help. This book is an
 
important resource for professionals to help them identify and understand the signs anddynamics of this previously hidden type of abuse."Ellen Luepker, MS.W., licensed psychologist, co-author of Psychotherapist Sexual lnvolvement with Clients:Intervention and Prevention`Breaking the Circle of Satanic Ritual Abuse is both a mind-blower and a mindhealer-ithorrifies, yet heals. It offers tested techniques and Twelve triedand-true Steps for recovery from abuse so terrifying and unthinkable that its shocked-for-life victims can'tremember what evils ail them without this kind of help. One valuable component of the book is the author's compassionate and insightful sharing of his own Twelve Steprecovery and that of others, as part of working through this extreme trauma."Joe Klaas, MA., author of The 12 Steps to Happiness and Staying Clean". .. can bring much-needed understanding to therapists, law enforcement officials, andanyone else who questions whether this really happens. I also advise survivors to readthis very powerful book-which at times can be quite frightening and bring out the hiddenmemories, dreams, and flashbacks to aid in the healing process and take back what wastheirs in the first place-to be whole. Written by a survivor, this gives me hope that, after  being abused throughout my life, I and others like me can mend, change, and build our rainbows for our future."Tammy T., ritual abuse survivor "For me, Ryder has sounded a new classroom bell. But this class is for teachers. We havemuch to learn in these pages. And the lesson may help us save a new generation of young people, some of whom don't even know they are crying out for our help."A schoolteacher, California"As president of Familes Of Crimes Of Silence, t would not hesitate to recommend this book to therapists who are new to the field of ritual abuses, as well as to parents who findthat they have children who were abused in this manner."Doreen Grace Kenney, president of FOCOS (Families Of Crimes Of Silence)BREAKINGTHECIRCLESATANICRITUAL ABUSERECOGNIZINGANDRECOVERINGFROM THEHIDDEN TRAUMA
 
DANIEL RYDER, C.C.D. C.J.S.W.CompCare Publishers2415 Annapolis LaneMinneapolis, Minnesota 55441© 1992 Daniel Ryder All rights reserved.Published in the United States by CompCare PublishersReproduction in whole or part, in any form, including storage in memory device system,is forbidden without written permission, except that portions may be used in broadcast or  printed commentary or review when attributed fully to author and publication by names.Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication DataRyder, DanielBreaking the circle of satanic ritual abuse/by Daniel Ryder p. cm.ISBN 0-89638-258-31. Child abuse-United States. 2. Adult child abuse victimsCounseling of-United States. 3.Cults-United States. 4. Satanism-Controversial literature. I. Title.HV6626.5.R93 199291-47929362.7'6 dc20CIPCover by Jeremy GaleInquiries, orders, and catalog requests should be addressed to:CompCare Publishers2415 Annapolis Lane Minneapolis, Minnesota 55441 Call 612/559-4800 or Toll free800/328-3330This book is dedicated first of all to all those who have been victims of ritual abuse; tothe ones who have died and to the ones courageously struggling to recover. It is alsodedicated to the therapists, police, social service workers, cult researchers, and friendsand families of the victims, who are just as courageously working to expose the abuse,fight back, and support the victims in their recovery.61Because of the sensitive nature of the material and the possible risks to some victims,most of the case example names in the text of this book have been changed. And tofurther protect their identities and honor client/therapist confidentiality, many of the ex-amples have also been constructed as composites.The first-person stories in the Appendix came to us directly from the survivors, althoughmost have chosen not to use their own names.Recognizing that ritual abuse recovery is just beginning to come into public awareness-and that it is constantly evolving as professionals document and survivors relate their experiences-CompCare Publishers does not endorse any particular ritual abuse therapies,recovery groups, or organizations.

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