I’ve started a second blog – The Mystery Of Iniquity
I have created a second blog, The Mystery Of Iniquity.
Don’t worry, I will still keep writing at A Cry For Justice.
Both of my blogs bring a biblical perspective to abuse, but the types of abuse they cover are different.
A Cry For Justice is about domestic abuse.
The Mystery Of Iniquity is about extreme abuse.
At The Mystery of Iniquity I am doing my bit to expose the strong delusion which is mentioned in 2 Thessalonians 2.
I talk about systemic abuse by the deep state – the global crime cartel which is masterminded by Satan and which is causing much of the suffering and injustice in this world.
I felt it necessary to start a new blog to talk about that stuff because, in 2018, when I started to share info about extreme abuse and the deep state on my personal social media accounts, I was mocked and publicly stoned by many people who had been following the A Cry For Justice blog.
I recognise that many readers of the A Cry For Justice blog are not wanting to hear about extreme and systemic abuse that is being done in this world…and that’s okay. I don’t want to force people. But if people are interested to learn my perspective on the deep state and extreme abuse, they can go to The Mystery Of Iniquity.
Will this new blog be triggering? I am very aware that folks who have suffered abuse can be easily triggered. At The Mystery Of Iniquity I will do my best to limit my use of visual images that could trigger readers. So far I have not shared any images of extreme abuse at the blog, and I have only linked to one testimony by a survivor of satanic ritual abuse. That testimony has no emotive background music. It is simply the victim speaking her testimony and we don’t even see her face, we only see the face of the Christian man who is interviewing her.
Safety tip – at The Mystery of Iniquity I will not be modifying commenters’ screen names unless they email me specifically asking me to do so. Therefore, if you comment at The Mystery Of Iniquity it will be up to you to guard your own safety. If you are at risk from your abusers it is wise to use a pseudonym that won’t identify you to your abusers.
Go here to check out The Mystery Of Iniquity. When you get there, a pop-up window will invite you to sign up to be emailed new posts. You can sign up via that pop-up window. Or you can sign up via your WordPress account if you have one — that’s my preference as it may help me save money at MailChimp.
My personal Facebook account is public so anyone can view it. But I’d much prefer people to comment at the blog itself than at my Facebook account. As you know, I find Facebook an unsuitable platform for deep and meaningful discussion.
Upcoming posts at The Mystery Of Iniquity —
- Why is the church so slow at responding rightly to the epidemic of abuse?
- Evildoers catch/ seize/ snatch/ ravish
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