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Twenty-Two Faces by Judy Byington

Twenty-Two Faces

by Judy Byington

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Twenty-Two Faces is one of the best books I’ve read that adequately and eloquently expresses not only the story of its subject, the utterly courageous Jenny Hill, but of all survivors of Satanic Ritual Abuse (SRA) and Mind Control (MC). I am one of hundreds, if not thousands, of these survivors, and this book served to give me more clarity into my own process of coping with trauma and healing from the horrific events that occurred in my own early experience. Dr. Lenore Terr states in her book, Unchained Memories (1995), that genuinely repressed memories are accompanied by “signs and symptoms.” These are very well-defined in Dr. Terr’s book, and illustrated clearly in Jenny Hill’s life events.

This book was written without guile, without any intent to manipulate, and that is clear when you read it. It tells a complex story in a simple and straightforward manner, with dignity, respect, and compassion for Jenny Hill, and for all survivors of SRA/MC.

My gratitude is profuse for Jenny’s perseverance and her will to heal, as well as for her courage in being public as a survivor and facing unfortunate criticism from both the ignorant and those with malintent. Judy Byington’s ability to extract the most poignant experiences Jenny endured and to communicate the reality of these atrocities and their effect on a human psyche and soul is profound- what a gift she has and shares in building this bridge between the wounded, the healing, and the healers.

As for the naysayers- haven’t they always left themselves out of history, by their very mundane denial? The Lord shines his light on those who serve him, and the particular lamp of this survivor (and the author that brings her story to light) burns brightly with compassion and love. ( )
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