Well, I worked as a psychotherapist for 15 years and in all that time, I never encountered one victim of Satanic Ritual abuse. I worked with the most wounded women there are - it was a program for recovery from substance abuse, which one would think is more prone to SR abuse due to the need for survivors to cover up their pain. I never knew any therapists who ever had anyone who was a survivor of SR, except for one therapist and she didn't know what she was dealing with, just that her client underwent alot of weirdness. But it was never proved that it was SR abuse.
SR abuse, IF it does exist, IMHO, is very rare and not anywhere near as prolific as some think. Also, it looks like this article was written by a
bunch of Fundies who believe the Masons are evil. One of the therapists who describes this has the definition all wrong, besides that.
So I wouldn't put much credence in this article. Also, the website is not all that truthful.