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September 29, 2011

Satanic Ritual Abuse, Dissociative Identity Disorder

Things that TRIGGER

By NiteOwlDave

Those who deal with Multiple Personality
Disorder/ Dissociative Identity Disorder can trigger - which means they switch personalities and are tossed into a flashback - six different ways -

1. Words
2. Smells
3. Sounds
4. Visual images
5. Unwanted touch
6. Taste

It often takes time, practice, and focus to learn the triggers. If you’re a friend of someone with DID (also called Multiple Personality Disorder), it would be wise to create a trigger list as you learn them.


It is a given that most graphic sexual words will trigger a survivor of sexual abuse.
In the same ballpark are words like “babe” and such. Words of that type are used by abusers in their sick efforts to attract, turn-on or “comfort” their targets of hurt.

Whispering to a survivor is often VERY triggery. Most survivors have heard ugly whispers during abuse.

If an abuse survivor has been through the horrors of Satanic Ritual Abuse (SRA), it should be presumed that ALL God words are triggers that will prompt terrifying flashbacks.

We must presume that all religious words will trigger a survivor of abuse and programming at a Satanic coven. Avoid using these and similar words –

1. Master
2. Christ
3. Blood
4. Lord
5. Savior
6. The word alter may be a trigger as Satanists use upside down crosses they sometimes call altars during their sacrificial practices. If so, use the word insider, friend or other when referring to their alter personalities.
7. Crucify
8. Cross
9. Slave
10. Basement or attic
11. Christmas and Christian music
12. Words spoken in anger plus loud noises like crowds can trigger.

I’ve found a good way around trigger words is using initials such as the b of the real JC to stand for the blood of Jesus Christ. The Lord hears our hearts, so it matters little if we use clearly pronounced words.

When a survivor of SRA gets saved and exposes him or herself to Christian music, Christian counseling and Christian friends, these trigger words will slowly be lifted, usually one word at a time. It usually takes time, focus, and prayer.

Do not use striking words that refer to hurting such as:

1. Hit
2. Strike
3. Slap
4. Smack
5. Hurt, etc.

It is better to say “the bad things that were said and done to you at the bad place.”


The triggers prompted by smells and sounds are different with each survivor. We can assume the smell of aftershave, beer, cigarettes, cigars, and blood related to Satanic sacrifices would be triggers.


A favorite sick trick of the Coven Satanist is with dress wear.

Satanists will dress like cops, priests, pastors, and postmen. They tell their young victims they are God, Jesus Christ, teachers, therapists, etc. This makes the victim think EVERYONE is linked to them and to never divulge their past. It’s ultimate brain washing.

Survivors will trigger from anything they see that reminds them of their Satanic past. That can happen if they see someone who walks, talks or is wearing something that was worn by a Satanist at “the bad place.”

Another visual flashback source is television and movies. Many survivors will not watch TV or go to movies because of horror, blood, and love scenes.


It is wise to never touch or hug a survivor without permission. A soft touch to the elbow can be even difficult to take.


Any taste with a devilish link will trigger.

Usually, the slightest taste of blood – such as in an undercooked hamburger - can be a monstrous trigger. The sick Satanists force held kids to dabble with blood in rituals and to drink it.

Other taste triggers often have different unique sources. One survivor told me she can not
eat bacon because her Satanist father forced it down her throat as a child. She says seeing bacon in a store tosses her back into that memory and makes her switch personalities.

She said she also detests miniature hot dogs although she can eat regular-sized hot dogs. “I don’t know why,” she said. “There must be memory link there that I’m unaware of.”


Some survivors have triggers unique only to them.

I was once told by a survivor to never use the word clock. (She spelled out the word.) I didn’t pursue why it was a trigger but accepted it.

Another survivor told me she triggers if she hears jangling keys. She said her abusive father always did that when he arrived home.

Anyone who is going to befriend or try to help an abuse survivor must be alert to uncommon triggers and avoid them. Don’t hesitate to ask a survivor friend what to avoid saying or talking about.


Staring at burning candles or small fires can cause someone with an SRA background to space out or trance.

Satanists use fires for rituals where they sacrifice cats, dogs, babies and young children to Lucifer, whom they worship.

Even if a survivor escapes the Satanist, he or she will still be linked to demons that have ground or the right to be part of them through blood rituals. Candles are used by most survivors to trance. Trancing allows Demons to take control of the body.


We must keep in mind that survivors of brief or prolonged sexual abuse who have other personalities or alters are not freaks. Their life is a mountainous journey.

You might find this article I wrote of interest.
The ABCs of SRA and DID