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Overview

"I rarely recommend books. However, this one needs to be put before the public. In Lauren's story lies a tremendous ministry to individuals caught in abuse."
—Hal Lindsey

As a child, Lauren Stratford lived the agony of being trapped between two worlds-the outside world of school, church, and friends, where everything appeared normal, and the inner world of a twisted, satanic nightmare, where mind control, fear, and ritualistic child abuse were her constant companions.

Satan's Underground is Lauren's true story, and it is perhaps the most shocking, terrifying, unforgettable story of satanic manifestations ever told. Readers from coast to coast will be shocked and disturbed by the story told here. But most of all, they will come to care deeply for the many thousands of innocent children who are faced with unspeakable horrors at the hands of modern-day satanists.

WARNING:

The portrayal of evil in the book, though substantially restrained, may be difficult emotionally for some to handle. Reader discretion is advised.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780882898766
  • Publisher: Pelican Publishing Company, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 7/28/1991
  • Edition description: Reissue
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 240
  • Sales rank: 776,372
  • Product dimensions: 5.51 (w) x 8.07 (h) x 0.54 (d)

Meet the Author

A survivor of sexual abuse, satanic ritualistic abuse, and child pornography, Lauren Stratford was asked regularly to advise law enforcement officials, mental health professionals, and parents of abused children on the devastating effects of these atrocities which are difficult to believe but continue to grow in our country. Agencies such as the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, the Cult Crime Impact Network, and the National Coalition Against Pornography have used Ms. Stratford's expertise and experience in recognizing satanic ritualistic abuse. A survivor of sexual abuse, satanic ritualistic abuse, and child pornography, Lauren Stratford was asked regularly to advise law enforcement officials, mental health professionals, and parents of abused children on the devastating effects of these atrocities which are difficult to believe but continue to grow in our country. Agencies such as the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, the Cult Crime Impact Network, and the National Coalition Against Pornography have used Ms. Stratford's expertise and experience in recognizing satanic ritualistic abuse.

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  • Posted April 14, 2014

    I read this book many years ago and have left it in my book shel

    I read this book many years ago and have left it in my book shelf to one day read again. I had done some research online as it spouts itself as a true story and discovered, not only is it completely made up, but the author later immersed herself into a community of Holocaust survivors and claimed she was a victim of the Holocaust. This book is not real, people.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 31, 2006

    You all don't know nothing about satanism!!

    The way people judge Satanists is wrong there are different branches of Satanism, it¿s like judging Christians. They are many different branches of Christianity, it can¿t be done. Plus all that your Christianity religion, `in the name of God¿, has done in the past to climb up to the top IS disgusting. All the murder, torture, and suffering that was involved all `in the name of God¿, compared to what Satanism in general `has done¿ is nothing. Look at all the corruption in the church, look at the past that¿s being destroyed to cover up a lie, look at all the knowledge that¿s being destroyed. If you all want to be slaves to a corruption of power, and the TRUE deceiver of humanity, then you go ahead and follow your Jesus, or Muhammad, or what ever religion you follow. If you look around you will see the truth, all you have to do is open your eyes. I have and it¿s scary to see the truth, but it¿s worth it. It¿s better to live in the scary world of truth, then in a pleasant world of lies. If everyone in the world opened their eyes then there really would be 'Peace on Earth and good will toward men'. Sites to visit, if you want to open your eyes - joyofsatan.com churchofsatan.com

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 2, 2004

    Never forget it

    I read this book many years ago and I will never forget it. Everyone else already said what I would of, in their reviews. So all I have to say is that, I will never forget what this book opened my eye's to. Why don't you open yours?

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 14, 2003

    This is a true story

    I know the woman who wrote this book. The things that happened in this book actually happened to her. Anyone who reads this book needs to appreciate the courage it took for Stratford to be able to write this book.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 17, 2002

    A Story We Cannot & Must Not Ignore !

    The way in which active pornography and Satanic ritual abuse is hidden throughout our modern day society is revealed in this extremely moving account of one woman's personal experience from the tender age of a child right through to adult-hood. It is one of the devil's prime desires that his very existence, agenda and modus-operandi amongst the human and spiritual realm ALL be denied and likewise ignored. For such revelations as those portrayed by the author in this book, the reactions amongst many reviewers and the public at large are consistent with such an intent and influence so prevalent in today's society. To ignore the heart-rending experiences, suffering and the wholesale evil so profoundly described throughout a lifetime's personal experience only serves to condemn other such innocents to similar traumas and to ultimately encourage those responsible to continue their activities. We owe it to ourselves, our children and our futures to become aware of what is going on behind the scenes and to stand up in the name of Jesus Christ against the evil portrayed here. The victims need to be shown that there is a very real and Personal answer to their torment, as the author discovered. Although the author's personal experiences are the foundation and basis of this book, she takes care to emphasise the many thousands of others who have shared in her suffering. Many such cases are mentioned in detail. The child sacrifices, sexual abuse and mutilation at the hands of many Satanic organisations in pursuit of devil worship are truly sickening. A noteable Pscyhologist mentioned in the book, following his interview with a known senior Satanic cult member, estimated the number of such human sacrifices in the USA alone as between 40 to 60 thousand. Even if this number is grossly exaggerated, the fact that such even occur is to be ignored at everyones' peril. As the author states, with tens of thousands of children reported missing in the USA every year, how can anyone be complacent, especially with the rise of Satanism increasing at an alarming rate not only in the USA but worldwide. Indeed, the viscious backlash aimed at discrediting both her and her book is not surprising. Anyone with an eye to see will be aware that her story is only too credible. Disbelief, fear and ignorance and outright rejection of cases such as Lauren Stratford's are the air that many of those involved in the described ritualistic abuse breath. Highly recommended.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2001

    Tell it like it is

    I have had the pleasure of reading this book. Some things are hard to digest, however no one could have even imagined the horror that some six million Jews had to face befor and during the second world war. I find it incredible that there are those that deny the existanece of ritualistic abuse, let alone the existence of Satan. Are we to assume that life on planet Earth, or that life in America is supposed to be 'Peace on Earth and good will toward men' because we choose to ignore the existence of occultic activity, that the threat of a tyrant such as Adulf Hitler will never rise to power again. It would be most foolish to think so. The story is credible because the atrocities that are contained in this book have been recorded since biblical times. Sometimes we need someone to speak out and tell it like it is.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 7, 2000

    Excellent Book

    The book gave me a very shocking insite on what satan's underground is and what they do.

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