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TICK TOCK An Awareness of Satanic Ritual Abuse

By Casey Winterburn All Rights Reserved ©

Drama / Other

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There is a tale to tell of snakes and dragons, the red dragon. Of the mincing of meat and the stringing of words. Of dark agendas that echo through the tunnels below. Of spinning lights, shocks and induced distortions. Of children. Of caves and candles and vile lusts of the flesh and desires of the spirit. The breaking of bones within the circle and its hidden cages. Of mutton cloth and midnight ventures. Of authorities that bind and secrets kept. Possessing and possessed. It’s a tale of those parallel, those intertwined, those physical and that which binds. That which is hidden, that which is purposed and the eye that sees.

Introduction

What if I said everything I have to say is true? Would it make you believe me? I doubt it. Society has managed to eradicate the concept of any such evil happening in this world as an impossibility. So let me not say anything, except, that it is true in my world.

I have no family. Anymore. By choice. One of the first choices I made when I learnt 39 years into life that I too actually did have choice.

What I tell you is what I know, at the time I write. New things come up all the time. New things that I try push straight back down.

Some things are better left unknown.

Some things can’t be fixed.

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