We thought we would bring in the New Year by saying thank you to all those who have given us their support. Not all of this has been online and visible to the world, and nor should it be.
Here in the city of Bristol there is a strong sense of community, and we were well known even before the ‘shit hit the fan’ in 2012, and the truth about what the Id-I.O.T.s, my family, and Colin Batley had been up to started to come out. Ujima, Bristol’s world respected community radio station, were keen to speak to us from day one. We were not prepared to do this at the time as we had yet to ascertain the extent of our danger, plus the legal implications, not to mention being severely freaked out and traumatised. Shortly after speaking with us Ujima ran the infamous interview with barrister Michael Shrimpton concerning cover-ups around high level sadistic paedophile rings in the UK. They also interviewed David Shurter, author of Down the Rabbit Hole: A Satanic Ritual Abuse Survivor’s Story, with whom I had been in some communication, concerning the reality of ‘Satanic’ ritual abuse and ‘protected’ paedophiles. These two interviews are not unconnected to Ujima having spoken to us.
When Annabelle Forest’s book telling of her ordeal growing up in Colin Batley’s seedy cult, Devil on the Doorstep, hit the shelves it sold out of all major retailers in Bristol by mid-day, and was restocked several times. It is well known that the cult brainwashed children into sexual slavery, and that it involved many people who have yet to be prosecuted. It does not surprise many people we speak to to learn that the cult is still operating, or that we know who they are.
Jasmine never ceases to amaze me with her strength and courage. When she was fighting against the Social Service’s grand error (?) that returned her son to his abusers – his biological ‘father’ and associates – she also held down a respectable job, and still does now. The bosses, as well as everyone else there that matters in the large central offices she works in, have been fully aware of her tragic situation (indeed, they read this blog), and have remained supportive for five years now. For obvious reasons we will not name the company she works for, but they are not inconsequential in this city.
Regarding me own work, I will admit to having had to do a few part time jobs and temping, but support for my creativity has provided more than money could ever buy. It has put me in touch with other, similarly creative people and widened my social circle – further than it ever did before all the treacherous back-stabbers and tail bearers were expelled from our lives. Keeping the wrong company keeps the right company away.
Over the past five years I have published several occult books under the name Nathaniel J. Harris, being the name on my birth certificate, as well as a novella, and a collection of short stories, under the pen-name Nathan Mortlock. My work has been commended by a handful of well known names and continues to sell steadily. Issue One, Volume One of the Occult Digest, published by Black Moon in New Orleans, ran an except from my folkloric witchcraft book The Devil’s Door, and the book was briefly taken off the market while I considered them as a potential publisher (I turned them down). During that time, I saw several second hand copies sold over Amazon for over £500 each, and two pristine copies sold for over £900. I think is is fair to say that support for my work remains strong, despite the bad choices of certain occult publishers and bookshops (I see Treadwell’s is hosting another evening with a member of the paedophile ring this month – deep sigh. I may have to write more about Christina Harrington’s tragic choices in the near future, if her shop is still running by then..).
My most recent work, The Neuronomicon – A 21st Century Grimoire has just undergone what I hope will be its final rewrite and will soon be made available to the public. This began as a series of chapbooks, self published under the pen-name Animi Imperio, written in response to a flurry of support, interest, and questions when I reappeared over public media in 2016, during which time a small ‘special interest’ working group began to develop. Everyone that stuck with it saw an improvement in their results – and a few of the more advanced practitioners have told me they are now using The Neuronomicon as a teaching tool. I am confident the resulting material represents the first genuine advance in the technology of magick in 100 years, and is quite probably the most powerful grimoire currently available in the West without clearance from the government (not that the competition is up to much!). Early versions have already earned favourable comments from Pat Mills, originator of 2000 AD, Valerie Sinason of the Tavistock Institute, controversial journalist Sonia Poulton, Michael Coldwell, a reviewer for Starburst magazine, Ray Sherwin, the originator of Chaos magick, and Mick Norris, who illustrated Liber Null & Psychonaut, among others.
This blog has also been a success. Many of my posts are republished, copied, mirrored, and made available elsewhere. I rarely publish comments, preferring to reply privately if possible, and I keep my viewing figures private (rather than sit there artificially expanding them, or paying for a click-farm to inflate my ‘likes’, as certain other BloBbers do). If I were not getting readers I would have given up long ago.
Although the paedophile ring successfully misdirected Bristol’s local authorities in the past, things have changed drastically. An outspoken member of the ring, and a certain ex-cult leader, have both received warnings from the Police not to contact me, or to continue trolling me. Sadly, since I made the mistake of replying to them, I am unable to bring a harassment case against them at this time, but most certainly will do if their behaviour reverts. It has also been ascertained that under UK law this blog, intended as it is to expose and prevent serious crime, does not constitute harassment and is in no way illegal.
The same cannot be said for Hoaxtead, which seems to be largely run by Douglas Mesner and certain members of the I.O.T. I expect they may attempt to attack me again through these sock-puppets, but I shall not be offering injured retorts or otherwise feeding their narcissism. I understand some kind of legal action against them is in preparation, and offer my sincere support to those this website has targeted. However, we shall not be allowing ourselves to be drawn into an emotive flame war over serious issues that endanger children. Having ascertained that these people are indeed the guilty parties, and not simply misdirected social justice warriors, we have no further reason to engage with them. The same goes for the sock-puppets they have created to pose as survivors and campaigners in their vain attempt to control the narrative from both sides – even going as far as creating websites apparently exposing themselves.
My first new project for this year is to create an updated and expanded version of the book from which this blog takes its current title – Beast Wing 666; Ritual Abuse in the UK, for which I have interest from a professional publisher. If all goes well both Jasmine and I will be making ourselves available for interviews and appropriate public appearances in order to deal with this problem further.
None of this would be possible without all the amazing support we have received. A huge thank you from both Jasmine and myself, and our sincere wishes that you all have a fantastic 2018.