- Editor's Note - Former FBI Special-Agent-in-Charge Ted Gunderson found out in the
late 1970's and early 1980's that if there's one story that the Illuminati,
the FBI and government prosecutors don't want you to know about, it's the
degree and intensity of satanic
infiltration into every strata of American life. That includes police,
judges, doctors, lawyers, and 'Christian' ministries, as this story
The details of the abus
suffered by the children involved with the Hosanna Church cover-up
in Louisana read almost identical to the details
provided by more than 450 very young chilren of the McMar
Preschool in Manhattan Beach, California, revealed in the 1970's and
1980's. The costumes, the rituals, the blood, the animals, the sex, and
the 'sacrifices' are practically word for word repeats of the McMartin
Preschool testimonies. You will notice in reading the words of
and prosecutorial authorities in the stories below, the degree to which
these law enforcement officials quoted will bend over backwards to deny,
downplay, or otherwise minimize the ultra of forbidden words to pass the
lips of American prosecutors: Satanic Ritual Abuse.
- It's not that prosecutors don't know that it's as
as it is. They don't want to know. Federal, state or local prosecutors
won't dare investigate a case of Satanic Abuse in earnest because they
know that any real investigation could lead to some of the most prominent
people in town, including the chief of police or the mayor for example.
This is exactly what happened in the Franklin Cover-Up case in Nebraska
in the late 1980's. This is the case that included the abduction of Johnny Gosch, who recently surfaced
as Jeff Gannon in the news a few months ago.
- The widespread infiltration of satanists into Christian
churches and ministries must be squarely faced, exposed, and rooted out
by sincere and genuine Christians within those churches and without. This
is a serious fifth column menace within America that is helping to destroy
our country and is delivering us into New World Order tyranny and
-- Ken Adachi
- By Professor Pan
- Hosanna Coverup
- In April, 2005, Louis Lamonica, Pastor of the Hosanna
Church in Ponchatoula, Louisiana, walked into the sheriff's office and
made a bizarre confession.
- From Newsweek, May 3, 2005:
- Louis Lamonica walked into the sheriff's department in
tiny Livingston, La., a few weeks ago and asked to speak with a detective.
According to police, for almost the next two hours the middle-aged
dressed casually in a green polo shirt and green slacks, proceeded to tell
a story so sickening they could scarcely believe what they were hearing.
He explained that he was the former pastor of Hosanna Church, a now defunct
house of worship in nearby Ponchatoula. Matter-of-factly and without
Lamonica said that he and other church members had molested children, and
taught them to have sex with each other, as well as with a dog. He told
the detectives that he drank cat blood, and poured it on the bodies of
his young victims, according to Ponchatoula Police Chief David
- When he had finished talking, Lamonica was arrested by
the stunned detectives, who charged him with two counts of aggravated rape
of a child under 13 and a charge of crime against nature. According to
police, Lamonica was confused by the cops' reaction. "He was somewhat
shocked when he found out we were going to arrest him," Detective
Stan Carpenter told NEWSWEEK.
- From the May 22 article in the The Advocate:
- Edwards said members of a Ponchatoula church carried
out the practices for years as part of a devil-worshipping ritual involving
- "This is hard to talk about and harder to believe,
but some of the suspects have told us their intention in all of this was
devil worshipping," Edwards said.
- Edwards said earlier in the week that the people involved
in the cult reportedly had sex with children and animals from 1999 until
the church disbanded in 2003.
- The investigation by the Livingston and Tangipahoa Parish
sheriff's offices, the FBI and the Ponchatoula Police Department is
- The Advocate then reported on May 26th:
- Deputies also went to Ohio to bring back items seized
by FBI agents from a storage unit rented by Nicole Bernard. The Associated
Press reported that the search warrant for the storage unit in Ohio
agents seized a mattress, videos and nine garbage bags of costumes.
- Detectives on Monday searched a Hammond storage unit
rented by Patricia Pierson, 54, and found shotguns and a sword, Edwards
said. Pierson was arrested Monday night when she arrived at the Baton Rouge
- Edwards said he did not know if any costumes were found
in Pierson's storage unit.
- Victims and suspects have told deputies that costumes
and puppets were used in the rituals, sometimes to persuade the children
to participate. Detectives also believe that members dressed in black to
perform rituals that included cat blood on a pentagram.
- Nicole Bernard, one of the church members, also spoke
of the storage unit:
- According to a search warrant, Bernard told police she
had evidence to prove that members of the alleged church cult had assaulted
her 5-year-old daughter and other children. She also said evidence was
in a storage unit on Morse Road.
- Bernard said she had tapes and videos that belonged to
the church, Burton reported. The FBI and police recovered bedding, photos
and videos that may show some of the alleged sex acts with the children
and could help law enforcement identify other children, Burton
- Even the Public Defender for some of the accused seemed
to agree that something cultish, involving sex/blood magick had taken
- Tangipahoa Public Defender Reggie McIntyre represents
4 suspects in the case.
- "There is no physical evidence," said McIntyre.
"Everything is either innuendo, hear-say or statements from a third
- The public defender says from what he knows and what
he's heard, if crimes did occur at the Hosanna Church, they don't come
close to rising to the level of aggravated rape of a juvenile which carries
the death penalty in Louisiana.
- "The devil cult you have there, you play with blood
and all that kind of stuff and it could be endangerment to the
said McIntyre. "It could be to the point where there is some sexual
gratification or some molestation involved here, but not the sexual
- An AP article on June 11 states:
- "Edwards stopped short of saying the cult consisted
of devil-worshipers, but said some of the defendants told investigators
that ''devil worship was the reason for their participation." Edwards
added that defendants and witnesses also gave statements saying a dog was
sexually abused and at least two cats were sacrificed."
- And most damning of all is the NYT article from May
- "Nine people have been arrested in the past week.
A dozen computers have been seized, at least some of which the police
contain child pornography, as well as dozens of videotapes, hundreds of
computer disks and eight large boxes of documents and photographs. Inside
the shuttered church compound, in a "youth hall" behind the
the police found the faint imprint of pentagrams on the floor that someone
had apparently tried to scrub away. Some of those arrested, the police
said, described rituals within those pentagrams involving cats' blood and
people dressed in black robes."
- So we have the initial confession from Lamonica, and
many other confessions directly admitting cult activity, a storage shed
with costumes, hundreds of computers disks, boxes of photographs, and a
fucking imprint of a pentagram on the floor.
- So, with all that evidence, what do we read in today's
- "The occult has been suggested as a motive for the
crimes, but no evidence of occult-type activities has been found, sheriff's
Detective Mike DePhillips has testified. The detective was called to the
witness stand during hearings for the defendants on Wednesday and last
- The alleged occult connection also is not part of the
court case as it stands, Wall has said."
- Wow, I'm really glad that's cleared up! Nothing to see
here, folks. Keep moving.
- And people who claim to have been ritually abused are
accused of being out-of-touch with reality.
- Rick Ross has done a good job compiling the news reports
- And Rigorous
Intuition has some insightful commentary, as always.