Ritual Abuse Survivor On Dr. Phil Friday January 11, 2013

Anyone ritually or Satanically abused should watch with caution and a strong mind. DVR it if you aren’t ready to watch at air time because these kind of shows often subtly hint that the existence of Ritual Abuse is questionable or scoff at the person in some way. I hope this is not the case, but beware. But even if it is portrayed well, this kind of material can sometimes trigger symptoms in abuse victims. Watch with care.

“The Dr. Phil Show featuring Jenny Hill, her son Robert, Judy Byington and Jenny’s biography “Twenty-Two Faces: Inside the Extraordinary Life of Jenny Hill and Her Twenty-Two Multiple Personalities ” will air this Friday, January 11, 2013 on NBC

Twenty-Two Faces Inside the Extraordinary Life of Jenny Hill and Her Twenty-Two Multiple Personalities
Twenty-Two Faces documents how the only known survivor-intended-victim of a modern-day human sacrifice ceremony six year-old Jenny Hill, overcomes multiplicity resulting from brainwashing, her perpetrators having subjected the child to insidious mind-control techniques…. http://22faces.com

ABC Channel 4 Kimberly Nelson 10-26-12 with Author Judy Byington,MSW, LCSW, ret;
Jenny Hill and her therapist Weston Whatcott, Phd, LCSW, MSW “The Woman With 22 Personalities” http://goo.gl/ECbrH http://youtu.be/8SECeoTGRgE

Jenny Hill testimony: http://goo.gl/oNW3x http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F626Lsrdwg4

Dr. Phil.com – Shows This Week    Friday – January 11, 2013
….Then, Jenny is a 56-year-old mother of three who says she suffers from dissociative identity disorder, formally known as multiple personality disorder. She says she has 22 “alters,” who she calls “parts of me.” Jenny reveals the traumatic childhood experiences that she believes caused her to take on multiple personalities. And, Jenny’s son, Robert, 30, shares what life was like growing up with Jenny. Then, Jenny’s therapist, Judy, who wrote the book, 22 Faces, based on Jenny’s journals and their sessions together, joins the show to defend herself against accusations that she may be exploiting her patient. Go inside the world of real-life families rocked by mental illness in this all-new Dr. Phil!”



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7 Responses to Ritual Abuse Survivor On Dr. Phil Friday January 11, 2013

  1. Alethea says:

    Clarification on this story can be read here:

  2. little nel says:

    I saw most of the Dr. Phil show and I was not impressed by the son. He was more interested in why his mother never mentioned any of this stuff to him, which as we know, child victims do not tell. They adhere to the code of silence. Dr. Phil knew it and never mentioned that fact.

    I got the feeling that Dr. Phil was placating Jenny’s son in an effort to call Judy’s integrity into question because she legally stopped his film about Jenny from being released. Dr. Phil and the son both came off a jerks when that happened.

    The focus was not on Jenny, her story, her trauma, or her recovery, but seemed to focus on who was more able to come across as more worthy of taking care of Jenny’s interests. Was this show used as a tool, by the son, to gain an advantage over Judy and his mother, to get his film released?

    Jenny did not talk much, but she gave a chilling account of a ritual sacrifice in which a little girl was tortured and killed. She was comfortable with Judy and the book as she gave a pitch for it.

    I was glad to hear that there was an investigation in progress concerning Jenny’s memories of the death of the little girl.

    • Alethea says:

      Hi Little Nel!

      I have to watch the last ten minutes, but I believe Jenny was severely abused and traumatized as a child. She is very believable when she speaks, and the way she speaks about her different selves and about her memories.

      I have not figured out the son yet, but denial of events which don’t make any outward sense would probably be my best guess. He might have a lot of hidden resentment for his mother for having suffered her mental condition as he grew up. He might not like the horrible explanation for her mental health, and prefers to think she just has a medical “condition” that is “treatable” with drugs. He might have been spoken to by anyone in the family who doesn’t believe her, or who might have abused her.

      As we all know, sons, sisters, brothers, uncles, parents, etc.. etc.. are all easily persuaded to believe the simple explanation: “She might not have had a great childhood, but she is making up the abuse and ritual abuse.”…”We did the best we could, and were not perfect parents, but there was no abuse.”…..”She might have been sexually abused by her father but her therapist is implanting Nazi mind-control and ritual abuse memories.” etc etc. The story is as old as time.

      Hasn’t Dr. Pill ever heard of the Nazi’s who did mind experiments and other torture on human beings, and who came over here after the war to work in this country? They exist, and they pass their mind-control techniques on to others.

      I do have a problem with her therapist though. Jenny has obviously been in therapy with her for a very long time and Jenny is not doing well. She should be way more healthy by now if her therapy is working. She does not look healthy and she does not sound healthy. I also don’t like how her therapist pockets all the money from the book. The book is basically Jenny’s journals made into a book. That’s Jenny’s work and Jenny’s pain. The therapist should have at least given Jenny half of the royalties.

      I believe Jenny, but I don’t like her therapist much. That fact has nothing to do with Jenny’s memories though. Again, my dislike for the therapist does not reflect on my believe of Jenny.

  3. Shana Dines says:

    I had to reset my password and lost the post I just wrote, I am livid over Dr. Phil and his asshole self acting like he is such a professional and about how in all of his years of practice he has never seen a multiple personality and how f* rare it is. I am not saying that the counselor is not exploiting the lady, I hope not, but that is besides the point, and the idiot son who of course knows their family so well, that there couldn’t possibly be any ritual abuse and the sarcastic, eye rolls of Phil over the nazi mind control person, God I hate him more and more every day. Then don’t forget that next week they are going to talk to one or two kids that have been held in a f* dungeon for years, but no questions about where they were all those years, yet the skepticism over the dead sacrificed girl, as detectives are checking that out, Gee how many missing children are there every year? I would love to blast that f* idiot over DID but too upset right now.
    You would have thought I would have learned my lesson watching Phil with the last , oh yeah and yes, “first” multiple person that he has ever seen months back, but oh no I still wanted to believe that he has some credibility!! F* him the the stupid horse that he rode in on from Poudunk Texas, where they must not have any DID people or ritual abuse, ha!

    • Alethea says:

      Shana, This is a GREAT comment. I think you should clean up the cuss words and post it on his website comment forum (otherwise they won’t approve it). Or write him a letter.

      It’s interesting Shana because I had been wondering about you lately, how you are etc. but have not had two minutes to email you. I saw that this show was going to come on TV today and you popped into my head as someone who would be watching, or who would comment on it. I have no idea why I connected you with this subject, but I really love your comment and agree 100% with you. Dr. PILL is so hard to swallow these days that I have not watched him in a year. I don’t know why Oprah ever promoted the asshole.

      Good going on writing a great comment in your moment of anger! I love it when anger drives us to write such helpful things.

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