Law Enforcement Ritual & Occult Crime Report

The New Youth Subculture

  • 28 pages
  • © Don Rimer 2009


The Teenage Dabbler: Behavior Indicators

  • Suicide/Attempted suicide
  • Fascination with death
  • Frequent runaway
  • Confidential phone calls
  • Alienation from family
  • Violent & aggressive behavior
  • Obnoxious & anti-social
  • Secret messages/diary
  • Mysterious new friends
  • Self mutilation
  • Bizarre cruelty
  • Fascination with weapons
  • Drug and alcohol abuse
  • High truancy rate

Symptoms Characterizing Occultic Ritual Abuse

  • Preoccupation with death
  • Aggressive play that has a marked sadistic quality
  • A mutilation theme dominates play-time
  • Family pets or other animals are harmed
  • Preoccupation with the devil, magic, potions, and spells
  • Songs and chanting that are sexual or bizarre
  • Numbers or letters written backwards, characteristic of the “Devil’s Alphabet”
  • Discussion of participation in a “religious ceremony”
  • Reference to people dressed in costumes, robes, and masks
  • Symbols carved, burnt, or tattooed on the child’s body
  • Occult symbols drawn on walls, books, and clothing
  • Jewelry, make-up, and clothing reflect an occultic theme
  • Behavior is disruptive, disrespectful, and disobedient
  • Refusal to participate in the family religious affiliation
  • An obsession with occult books, games, music, and movies

Characteristics of Youth Who Have Caused School-Associated Violent Deaths

  • Has a history of tantrums and uncontrollable, angry outbursts
  • Characteristically resorts to name calling, cursing, or abusive language
  • Habitually makes violent threats when angry
  • Has previously brought a weapon to school
  • Has a background of serious disciplinary problems at school and in the community
  • Has a background of drug, alcohol, or other substance abuse or dependency
  • Is on the fringe of his or her peer group with few or no close friends
  • Is preoccupied with weapons, explosives or other incendiary devices
  • Has previously been truant, suspended, or expelled from school
  • Displays cruelty to animals
  • Has little or no supervision and support from parents or a caring adult
  • Has witnessed or been a victim of abuse or neglect in the home
  • Has been bullied and/or bullies or intimidates peers or younger children
  • Tends to blame others for difficulties and problems that she/he causes her/himself
  • Consistently prefers TV shows, movies, or music expressing violent themes and acts
  • Prefers reading materials dealing with violent themes, rituals, and abuse
  • Reflects anger, frustration, and the dark side of life in school essays or writing projects
  • Is involved with a gang or an antisocial group on the fringe of peer acceptance
  • Is often depressed and/or has significant mood swings
  • Has threatened or attempted suicide

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