This will be a rambling mess, but that's my brain these days. The "coincidences and timing" for me, the past few days, has taken me a back. To the
point of thinking maybe I'm losing my mind.
Examples: I will have an idea pop into my head to research. Yesterday (maybe) I was looking into the Hivites. Now, I've heard of them before, but I
have never had the time to research it for myself. I take a break and come back here and the first thing I see is someone posted something with hivite
This type of ish has been happening non stop for the past few days.
When researching Hivites I find info about how they abuse small kids to, hopefully, bring about Multiple Personality Syndrome (DID) for various
reasons(we all know this technique already). However, it instantly reminded me of stories my ex husband (and father of my 2 kids) told me about his
family's experiences as a Jehovah's Witness.
Mind you, this is just 1 small family and they were all attending the same Kingdom Hall in Anderson, Indiana (I ain't afraid of no doxxing).
-my ex was sexually abused by an older cousin
-his ex wife was sexually abused for years and developed DID
-his sister got involved(she was 16) with a man in his 40s. He had money and was an elder in their hall. She claimed they would sneak into the hall,
at 3 am, for satanic rituals involving doctors, layers, police, judges (none of the people attended the hall during "regular hours). His sister got
pregnant by this older man. The man ordered her to have an abortion, telling the congregation the child was a product of her step father, making the
abortion okay. She eventually left the church and was followed for years by various people connected to the "dark side" of the hall.
-my ex's uncle was imprisoned for child molestation. The whole family said he was framed (except my ex...he believed it. Until we divorced and he went
back to the church....he changed his mind).
-my ex tried to convince me I was crazy, that I had DID, etc. Gaslighting to the max. This is what led to our divorce. #hivitetactics.
Now, I started digging into the JWs and Satanism. I found a lot of tues to JWs (higher ups) and Enochian magick. Now I KNOW someone here posted a lot
of the same information about Enochian, but I forget where to reshare it (if not Enochian, then very similar).
This is the part that jumped out: they used grids to cyphir messages! Magic squares?
The correct spelling is Loagaeth but it has been so frequently printed as Logaeth that this spelling is in common use. Written up by Edward
Kelley, it is composed of 65 folios containing 101 exceedingly complex magical grids of letters, 96 of which are 49×49 grids (preceded by one "table"
composed of 49 rows of text – the first row of which is actually the 49th row of the first table, not in this MS.), plus 5 grids of 36 x 72 cells.
It is from Liber Logaeth that Dee and Kelley derived the 48 Calls or Keys (see below), and in which are concealed the keys to the Mystical
Heptarchy, a related magical work by Dee. Liber Logaeth has never been published in book form but is available online at: 
So, this whole Enoch thing, basicially....youre only allowed to know information that matches up with your initiation level (or that's how I
understand it. It's confusing). It sounds like Kabbalah, Scientology, etc.
And someone pointed out, Scientology and the Nexium cult have a lot of similarities. Scientology and JW has similarities too.
I just wanted to put this out there. I don't post a lot and I'm not an acclaimed researcher. I know a lot of these connections have been previously
pointed out. For me, personally, this was a lot of dots coming together.
For what it's worth: my ex husband ex wife's multiple personality disorder "got better" once she left the witnesses. My 2 ex step kids left had had
mental breakdowns (programming coming undone I think), I don't typically feel TOO crazy anymore. My 2 kids with my ex hates the church and are 2 of
the most free, independent thinkers I know under the ages of 18.