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Planned Parenthood blog named after Roman Goddess of fertility

Posted in Planned Parenthood goddess, Witchcraft with tags , , , , , , , , , , , on April 16, 2014 by saynsumthn

Planned Parenthood of SW and Central Florida publishes a blog named after a goddess.

The Feronia Project Blog, states that the authors are employees of Planned Parenthood of Southwest and Central Florida, Inc.

Goddess

Planned Parenthood describes the name selection, “Feronia is primarily known as the Roman Goddess of fertility and abundance. Slaves regarded Feronia as a goddess of freedom, and believed that sitting on a holy stone in one of her sanctuaries would set them free. Latins believed Feronia to be a harvest goddess and honored her with the “first fruits” in order to secure a bountiful harvest the following year. Feronia is thought to have been originally an ancient agricultural and fire Goddess among the Etruscan and/or Sabine peoples. During the Roman Republic, Feronia’s feast day was November 13.”

AbigailSeidmanAccording to Abigail Seidman the daughter of an abortion clinic employee, goddess worship is pretty typical. In an interview she gave to a pro-life news site she says, “The clinic where my mother worked was pervaded with occult imagery and practices. There was goddess art and statuary in the office, waiting, counseling, and recovery room areas, and new age music (occasionally including goddess chants and songs) was piped throughout. The counselors were primarily chosen for their spiritual qualifications, and a few did not even have a degree in a relevant field (ie psychology, counseling, social work). One was a trained chef turned sex worker (or “sacred prostitute”, as they preferred to think of it)”

Seidman continues, “The main figure worshipped was The Goddess, goddess figures from various traditions (Hindu, Greek, Roman, Babylonian, Egyptian, etc) were seen as ‘archetypes’ or ‘faces’ of this one true goddess, who was viewed as being in opposition to (and ultimately, to triumph over) the Judeo-Christian God. The goddess was taught to me as being more ancient, having created the world and people to live in it peacefully in a prehistoric ‘golden age’ of matriarchal rule, before the rise of patriarchy and civilization. God was painted as a diabolical figure, jealous of the Goddess’s power, who invented the idea of rape and taught human men to practice it, bringing about the end of humans living in a natural, violence-free state.

Women were encouraged to choose particular goddess figures as their personal role models or patrons (much like Catholics choosing a confirmation saint). The culture was rather lesbian-separatist (and in that way different from other pagan individuals or groups that I’ve researched or been in contact with), in that ONLY goddesses were worshipped, never gods, and men were not welcome to participate in ceremonies and only barely tolerated as sexual or romantic partners.”

Here is Seidman on the pro-life TV show – Life Talk discussing the odd practices inside abortion clinics:

A Photo published by City Beats entitled, Local clinic closes rather than obey new Ohio law (02/22/06), showed that Debi Jackson, an Ohio abortion clinic employee, practicing an ancient Chinese ritual inside Cincinnati Women’s Services (abortion) clinic where she works.

Debi Jackson

In this photo by the article’s author, Sam Robinson, Jackson is seen applying the ritual of Harmonic vibrations caused by rubbing a dragon bowl’s brass handles create wavelets and jumping water.
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Abortion Doc wears crimson devil horn and tail

Lewis Koplick Crimson Horn Devil and Tail Abortionist
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The University of New Mexico’s student paper, The Lobo Daily, noted in a 11/05/93 article that abortionist Lewis H. Koplik admitted to wearing devil’s tail and a crimson horn at a demonstration. He claimed that he does not “personally believe in devils” but wore the costume to make a point.
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On previous blogs I cover other occult, wiccan, witchcraft related organizations which identify with abortion if you care to read some:

READ: Church of Satan is Pro-choice on abortion

OR……

Abortion is a Sacred Sacrifice

Church of Satan is Pro-choice on abortion

Posted in Abortion and Satanism, Abortion Sacred, Satanists, Witchcraft with tags , , , , , , , on October 10, 2013 by saynsumthn

Church of Satan

According to Peter “Magus” Gilmore, high priest of the New York-based Church of Satan, “Satanism is a philosophy that supports individual liberty, which would naturally grant a woman sovereignty over her own body. But Satanism also calls for responsibility, which means that if one does not wish a child, then one should either be sterilized or diligently use contraception.”

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Satanist Peter Gilmore

Gilmore’s interview came after members of his “church” went to Texas to protest against pro-life legislation:

Many Satanists practice “rational birth control,” Satanism’s high priest told CNN, leaving matters of personal morality up to individuals.

“We generally consider the use of abortion to be the purview of the woman whose body is carrying the child,” Gilmore said. “We consider sexual experiences to be an indulgence between consenting adults that should be taken seriously, particularly when the possibility of pregnancy is concerned.”

“So religion should neither force upon nor deny an abortion for any woman, in our thinking,” Gilmore said. “Freedom with responsibility is the hallmark of civilized behavior to the Satanist.”

COS Headline Satan

According to CNN’s Josh Rubin- Pro-aborts in the Texas Capitol were Chanting HAIL SATAN- as pro-lifers sang amazing grace:

HailSatan

More on this at Twitchy: here

Now a creepier version of the video has surfaced that has the chants more audible then before. The surfacing of the new video is important, as some abortion advcoates and liberal writers are attempting to downplay the video and claim only one person chanted “Hail Satan.”

In the video, supporters of late-term abortion are clearly heckling the pro-life speaker, named Ashley, who is talking about Bernard Nathanson, the former abortion practitioner who later became pro-life.

This is nothing new- the abortion supporters are outed followers of SATAN as expressed in a past video here:

This VERBALLY GRAPHIC vid shows pro-abortion fanatics invading a meeting at the University of Waterloo. The talk by pro-life MP Stephen Woodworth, was interrupted by pro-abortion groups dressed like vaginas. They also attempted to cast a spell on the speaker.

Canadian pro-life MP Stephen Woodworth was delivering a speech about the universality of human rights at the University of Waterloo when he was shouted down by protestors. “I couldn’t outshout the shouters,” Woodworth said, according to the National Post. “I’m not there to engage in a shouting match.” He added it is “a mark of extremism to take disrespect of others as a virtue.”

Here I Posted a story about: Daughter of Planned Parenthood nurse reveals Wiccan worship inside abortion clinics

HERE: Satanists recruit new members, in US Abortion clinics are full of them.

More on Abortion and Witchcraft and Satanism here
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Church of Euthanasia

THE CHURCH OF EUTHANASIA – Called Abortion A SACRED RITE as well: They Write:

Abortion is a sacred rite that has been performed by women for centuries. The midwife, healer, shaman or witch is the holy abortionist. She has been hounded by christians for millennia. It is time for this witch-hunt to end!

With the help of the holy abortionist, in the form of the death goddess, the crone, or the medusa, we will overcome this new onslaught by the christian fanatics. Century after century these zealots try to impose their feeble morality on women. They claim that god has sovereign power over issues of life and death.

This is far from the truth. Women as the goddess incarnate in all her forms and in particular in the shape of the hag, shrew, or fury who devours life in her gaping mouth with her sharp fangs, has sovereign power over issues of life and death. Let us not forget that when she decides her children are fated to die, so be it! She is the mother of necessity. She is the groomless bride who traverses the bridge between the worlds and carries the souls of aborted children to the other side. Like Lilith, she mercifully robs them of their breath. We are all on loan here and the death goddess must protect her own interests! No one can argue with the whirlwind who sweeps the doomed away! Her word is law!

Today we hope to invoke the wisdom and justice of the sacred abortionist, and in defense of women we scoff at these hysterical christians! All hope for an overpopulated planet is born in the darkness of her lethal grasp! Praise loudly the victorious destroyer of unwanted and unneeded children! She who has the right of jurisdiction owns the souls of this earthly tribe! You may shudder, shake, and tremble! These are appropriate responses. Fear, awe, dread, and reverence are what the death mother has come to expect! With sickle in hand, she seizes the sated and weary souls of the damned!

These christians here today only make her job more difficult than it needs to be. Like a goblin-mother, she who suckles the stillborn babe also comforts the mad and possessed. Beloved and misguided christians–know that you are vigilantly watched over by the ever-present destroyer who will someday swoop down upon you and gracefully carry you away! The nature of desire, the truth of life itself has always been death–the all-seeing one who demands responsibility from those who procreate and overpopulate this overburdened planet.

Do not misunderstand! She means to do harm! You can invoke your insane and giddy god all day long. It will do no good. He has no power here! She who whets your appetite with sexual pleasures also whets the knife. She grasps, binds, and enthralls! The holy abortionist only summons those who are deserving of the call! She is free from imperfection! Like husks removed from grain, the unborn are hers! She marks her territory, a boundary these christians here today have crossed over.

These misguided christians think they can strike a bargain with the grave, shriek at the whirlwind, bellow and screech at the all-devouring one. The fearful one, the holy abortionist is deaf to their pleading and will win in the end!

There is in all things a pattern that is part of our universe. It has symmetry, elegance, and grace–those qualities you find always in that which the true artist captures. You can find it in the turning of the seasons, in the way sand trails along a ridge, in the branch clusters of the creosote bush or the pattern of its leaves. We try to copy these patterns in our lives and our society, seeking the rhythms, the dances, the forms that comfort. Yet, it is possible to see peril in the finding of ultimate perfection. It is clear that the ultimate pattern contains its own fixity. In such perfection, all things move towards death.

-from “The Collected Sayings of Muad’Dib” by the Princess Irulan

Abortion a Sacred Right

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Daughter of Planned Parenthood nurse reveals Wiccan worship inside abortion clinics

Posted in Abortion, Abortion Clinic Worders, Occult, Witchcraft with tags , , , , , , , , , , on January 12, 2011 by saynsumthn

Abigail Seidman was 10 years old her mother had an abortion. Abigail suspects her father was not the baby’s father, and her parents eventually divorced.
Abigail describes her childhood until that time as normal. But the abortion “radicalized” her mother, who came to decide abortion had not only been the right decision for her but was also good in a moral sense. ( More here )

“She began to celebrate her abortion,” Abigail said, “explaining that now I would remain an only child.” But young Abigail was secretly horrified, because she had always wanted a sibling.
Abigail’s mother was and is a nurse. She quickly became more involved in feminism and the abortion culture. She decided to switch careers and began working at her local abortion mill in Toledo, Ohio, as well as her local Planned Parenthood, which did not commit abortions.

The Abortion Matrix

Is there a connection between pagan religion and the abortion industry?

This powerful presentation traces the biblical roots of child sacrifice and then delves into the social, political and cultural fall-out that this sin against God and crime against humanity has produced in our beleaguered society.

Conceived as a sequel and update to the 1988 classic, The Massacre of Innocence, the new title, The Abortion Matrix, is entirely fitting. It not only references abortion’s specific target – the sacred matrix where human beings are formed in the womb in the very image of God, but it also implies the existence of a conspiracy, a matrix of seemingly disparate forces that are driving this holocaust.

The occult activity surrounding the abortion industry is exposed with numerous examples. But are these just aberrations, bizarre yet anomalous examples of abortionists who just happen to have ties to modern day witchcraft? Or is this representative of something deeper, more sinister and even endemic to the entire abortion movement?

As the allusion to the film of over a decade ago suggests, the viewer may learn that things are not always as they appear to be. The Abortion Matrix reveals the reality of child-killing and strikes the proper moral chord to move hearts to fulfill the biblical responsibility to rescue those unjustly sentenced to death and to speak for those who cannot speak for themselves (Proverbs 24:11,12; 31:8,9).

Speakers include: George Grant, Peter Hammond, RC Sproul Jr., Paul Jehle, Lou Engle, Rusty Thomas, Flip Benham, Janet Folger and many more.

Twelve parts, over two-and-a-half hours of instruction!

Running Time: 165 minutes
Get the DVD: The Abortion Matrix – here

Daughter of eugenics founded Planned Parenthood nurse, “occult believers are the “core” of the pro-abortion movement”

Posted in Abortion, Abortion Clinic Worders, Abortionist, Planned Parenthood, Satanists with tags , , , , , , , , , , on December 15, 2010 by saynsumthn

Abigail Seidman was 10 years old her mother had an abortion. Abigail suspects her father was not the baby’s father, and her parents eventually divorced.
Abigail describes her childhood until that time as normal. But the abortion “radicalized” her mother, who came to decide abortion had not only been the right decision for her but was also good in a moral sense.

“She began to celebrate her abortion,” Abigail said, “explaining that now I would remain an only child.” But young Abigail was secretly horrified, because she had always wanted a sibling.
Abigail’s mother was and is a nurse. She quickly became more involved in feminism and the abortion culture. She decided to switch careers and began working at her local abortion mill in Toledo, Ohio, as well as her local Planned Parenthood, which did not commit abortions.

LifeSite News sat down to interview Abigail:

Complete interview with Abigail Seidman – abortion and the occult
by Kathleen Gilbert
• Mon Dec 13, 2010 19:29 EST

LSN: A preliminary question: what faith are you now, if any?

SEIDMAN: I am in the process of being received into the Roman Catholic Church (attending RCIA and planning to formally join at 2011 Easter Vigil). After a period of study and consideration starting around October/November 2009, I accepted Jesus Christ as my savior in June 2010 and attended an evangelical church for a few months before deciding that the Catholic church was where I belonged.

Prior to my reversion to Christianity, I had been an atheist/agnostic since my parents left the Episcopal church when I was 6. I was never a serious practicing wiccan/pagan/new-ager, although I did dabble in it as it was culturally expected. I mainly stuck to atheism because it felt safe – it cast the pagan activities I had witnessed as silly superstitions with no true spiritual power, which was much more comforting than believing the truth about them.

I also felt that Christianity would not welcome me if I returned (a belief assisted by my mother, who forbade me to associate closely with Christians, and repeatedly told me that Jesus would not accept me back once I had doubted him, so my only choice was to continue on the path away from him). This was a common scare-tactic among pagans – “Christians won’t accept you after what you’ve done, so you’d better stick with us and work for the goddess’s triumph over the Christian god.”

LSN: What aspects of life inside an abortion clinic did you notice were occult in nature? Did occult values assist the abortion process? How and to what extent?

SEIDMAN: The clinic where my mother worked was pervaded with occult imagery and practices. There was goddess art and statuary in the office, waiting, counseling, and recovery room areas, and new age music (occasionally including goddess chants and songs) was piped throughout. The counselors were primarily chosen for their spiritual qualifications, and a few did not even have a degree in a relevant field (ie psychology, counseling, social work). One was a trained chef turned sex worker (or “sacred prostitute”, as they preferred to think of it).

After the clinic closed for the evening, the staff would all smoke marijuana together and occasionally take hallucinogens if they were available – this was viewed as a spiritual practice, not a recreational one (they were rather scornful of people who used drugs just to get high for fun rather than to ‘open their minds’ to ‘spiritual realities and higher planes of existence’).
There were also special ceremonies involved when members of the clinic staff got intentionally pregnant in order to have abortions, which would be conducted after hours with a large group. I was not welcome at these ceremonies since I had never had an abortion myself (at the time), so I can’t give details, but on one occasion I babysat the infant daughter of a clinic worker during one, upstairs from the clinic, and I remember hearing bits of song/chanting and that the doctor was not present (he was male and the ceremony was female only), so the abortion was obviously being performed by an unqualified person. The women at the clinic were trained in “underground” abortion techniques in case of Roe v Wade being overturned.

My mother hosted a menstrual extraction party at our house once in 1992, when there was a lot of fear circulating about the possibility of Bush being re-elected and appointing a lot of pro-life judges, or getting a Republican Congress to work with and chipping away at legal abortion that way. [Menstrual extraction is a low-tech procedure that removes uterine contents by suction immediately before menses are due, and may be used as a very early abortion method.]

LSN: What was the mood like in this atmosphere?

SEIDMAN: The mood I remember as being dark and terrifying – not in an overtly scary way, but in a pit-of-the-stomach sort of way. I always had a ‘feeling’ that there was something ‘wrong’ or ‘dangerous’ there – almost a feeling of a presence, which I now recognize as being the exact opposite of the Presence that I feel in a church.

I now see other things that make sense – like the fact that the baby I watched on occasion upstairs from the clinic never smiled or laughed or played – she screamed most of the time except when her mother was nursing her, after which she would fall into a fitful sleep for a while. My otherwise-difficult autistic sons, on the other hand, are very soothed by being in a church – any church – and behave, one could say, ‘miraculously’ well! I would think children would naturally be more sensitive to spiritual things, not having learned yet to filter them out or shut that awareness down. I know I was very aware of, and joyful about, the presence of God in church when I was little, despite my parents rolling their eyes and telling me to calm down and stop pretending.

LSN: What deities were worshipped?

SEIDMAN: The main figure worshipped was The Goddess, goddess figures from various traditions (Hindu, Greek, Roman, Babylonian, Egyptian, etc) were seen as ‘archetypes’ or ‘faces’ of this one true goddess, who was viewed as being in opposition to (and ultimately, to triumph over) the Judeo-Christian God. The goddess was taught to me as being more ancient, having created the world and people to live in it peacefully in a prehistoric ‘golden age’ of matriarchal rule, before the rise of patriarchy and civilization. God was painted as a diabolical figure, jealous of the Goddess’s power, who invented the idea of rape and taught human men to practice it, bringing about the end of humans living in a natural, violence-free state.

Women were encouraged to choose particular goddess figures as their personal role models or patrons (much like Catholics choosing a confirmation saint). The culture was rather lesbian-separatist (and in that way different from other pagan individuals or groups that I’ve researched or been in contact with), in that ONLY goddesses were worshipped, never gods, and men were not welcome to participate in ceremonies and only barely tolerated as sexual or romantic partners.

The clinic’s only male employee was the doctor, and he was strictly business – he showed up, he performed procedures, he left. I got to know him fairly well over the years and he was just in it for the money, he thought the spirituality was ridiculous. He preferred to work in a medical/professional environment (the other clinics where he worked, including the one where my first abortion was performed, were no different from any other doctor’s office in layout or procedure), but his and his wife’s addictions to spending made him work whenever and wherever he could, so he tolerated the goddess stuff. (He was also a bit of a sex addict, so the clinic staff’s willingness to fornicate freely and have abortions whenever possible definitely worked in his favor, and most of the clinic employees had sex with him at some point, except for the sworn lesbians ….)

Interestingly, the Goddess was also known as the Great Dragon (this was said to be her “truest form”) – which I was quite surprised to find out existed in the Bible as well, although definitely not a person to be worshipped! Seriously, I had no idea. My exposure to the Bible and Christian theology was minimal at best until a year ago. You could have knocked me over with a feather when I read Revelation.

I had always been a bit afraid of Mary due to my past and wanting to repudiate anything resembling goddess-worship, so Revelation and its account of the great dragon being at war with the true Queen of Heaven, the mother of Christ, was truly a revelation for me, and toppled my final objection to becoming Catholic rather than remaining nondenominational Protestant. I had heard Mary strongly denounced by my mother and her friends, but their rationale was that she was the ideal oppressed Christian woman and had been set up by sadistic patriarchal men as an impossible model for women to conform to, being both a virgin and a mother. (Their ideal was to be promiscuous and childless, like Artemis/Diana.) I have since found the spiritual motherhood of Mary to be a great comfort to me as a mis-mothered and now motherless woman (my mother has stopped speaking to me as I have become a stronger Christian and more prominent pro-lifer, and I’m fine with that as I find her presence even on the phone to be a sort of “spiritual toxin”).

LSN: Did you notice any effect of pro-life prayer on life inside the clinic?

SEIDMAN: The best example of pro-life prayer and its effectiveness can be found in a story I posted to my local pro-life group’s blog (http://prolifecville.blogspot.com/2010/10/power-of-prayer-never-give-up.html).

I also remember one clinic worker seeking to reach out and form some sort of partnership with the local CPCs, as it bothered her that women who decided against abortion were just being pushed out the door with no further assistance. She struck up some friendships with CPC staff and had tours of each others’ facilities arranged; and eventually came to an agreement with the CPC that in the event of a woman changing her mind about abortion during the counseling process, she would be set up with an immediate CPC appointment and given directions there by the abortion clinic staff (the CPC naturally refused a reciprocal agreement to make abortion appointments for women who were not swayed by their arguments for life). I don’t know what became of this in the long term, as she is no longer employed there; but I do know that the clinic’s new location (it was forced to move due to the former building being bought and demolished for new construction) is back-to-back with the CPC. Coincidence?

I also had some positive interactions with one sidewalk counselor in particular, who is now older and doesn’t get out to the clinic but is apparently still active in local pro-life fundraising – I hope to meet her again when I travel to Toledo next fall to speak at their 40 Days For Life kickoff rally. She had an adopted son who was my age and I could tell that she really felt for me as a teenage girl being misled and abused by my mother and her friends. It was as though she could see past the cold front I put up right into my heart that wanted to be free from the twisted world I was growing up in.

LSN: How widespread do you believe the behavior you witnessed to be among abortion clinics?

SEIDMAN: I really can’t say. I think the independent and/or feminist-oriented clinics would be more likely to be similar to what I experienced. The owner of the clinic I’ve described was a good friend of the late Dr. George Tiller and the descriptions of his clinic that I’ve read sound like there was more going on there than just business, too. Many if not most clinics are strictly business (including, in general, Planned Parenthood affiliates), but that does not preclude individuals or groups who work in those clinics, or abortion advocates in general, being involved to some degree in the occult. I believe many of them are, although many are also atheists, or liberal Christians.

I do believe that the occult believers are the “core” of the pro-abortion movement, just as the born-again Christians are the “core” of the pro-life movement, and I see no harm in striking at its heart, and informing “pro-choice” people (particularly the well-meaning but misguided Christians) of who and what they are truly associating themselves with.

LSN: Please tell me anything else you find surprising about your experience vis a vis the occult, or something you think the typical pro-lifer would not guess to be so.

SEIDMAN: I think the thing that pro-lifers have found to be the most surprising, in my discussions with them thus far, is that the paganism/wicca/goddess-worship IS taken seriously by many liberals, pro-choicers, feminists, etc. It’s not just a boogeyman. Whether or not one believes that these spiritual beliefs and practices have any power, the fact is that there is a significant population of people who do, and who believe in it just as wholeheartedly as we believe in Christianity or other faiths.

I’ve had a bit of disbelief from Christian pro-lifers who seem to not be able to comprehend someone honestly believing in another religion and not just rebelling against Christianity (which they, of course, know to be true – doesn’t everybody?) – they tend to be the ones who were raised Christian and sort of kept in the “Christian bubble”, and just really aren’t aware that there are people, even in modern America, who did not come from the same sort of background, people who may not have even been exposed to Christianity except in the vague cultural sense (celebrating Christmas as a secular holiday, etc). There needs to be more educational work done about this, because I know the “core” of pro-lifers does tend to be lifelong Christians (especially the younger set), and many of them are just a bit naive or sheltered.

I have written and spoken a bit on effective outreach to atheists. and the information has been mostly well-received (and used to positive effect by a team of sidewalk counselors in Fairfax, VA). I plan to work on a guide to outreach for pagan believers too, since there are a great many pagan-friendly arguments for life, and also the scientific approach can work with nearly anyone (and the science is definitely on the pro-life side!).

To me at least, religious conversion is secondary to conversion to pro-life beliefs. I was pro-life for many, many years before accepting Christianity, and although I wasn’t a strong activist during that time, I did donate to secular pro-life groups like Feminists For Life, and voted for pro-life candidates whenever possible, as well as privately voicing and arguing my stance among friends. I would rather see a hundred pro-life atheists in the world than one pro-abortion Christian.

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Abigail speaks here at the 4 minute mark:

More on Planned Parenthood in the documentary: Maafa21

Abigail”s bog here

Pro-abortion Blasphemy: “When I found the reproductive justice movement, I found God’s calling for my life”

Posted in Abortion, Abortion Clinic Worders, pro-choice, Pro-Life, Satanists with tags , , , , , , , on October 15, 2010 by saynsumthn

the Blog: AbortionGang describes itself this way on their “About Us” page:

We are unapologetic activists for reproductive justice.

We are Jewish, Christian, atheist, Muslim, Wiccan, secular. We are mixed race, African-American, Latina, White, bi-racial. We are completing a graduate degree, we didn’t finish high school. We have had abortions, children, miscarriages. We have IUDs and we use rhythm beads. We work in reproductive health and we twitter about being #prochoice. We call ourselves feminists, womanists, womyn, wimmin, grrls, bois, men, women. We are cis gender, we are trans women, we’re straight men, we are gender queer. We have sex with anything that moves, we are abstinent, we are poly amorous.

And we stand for choice.

This is our space to talk about what drives, inspires, and challenges us, what renews our passion for reproductive justice, what outrages us, and our ideas to keep the movement going forward. We range from 16 years old to 50, all creatively using new media (along with many other outlets) to change the way we think about and interact with activism.

In their Blog Entitled: Who God Really Is:

they write: Many people assume that, because I am active in the pro-choice, pro-bodily autonomy movement, I am an atheist. I’m not. God and reproductive justice are not, and should not be, exclusive from each other. In fact, as taboo as it may be, Christian women abort, too….

I have found that believing in God has been the most liberating I’ve done in my whole life. When I feel that I’m in touch with God, I feel like I know myself. I feel inspired, alive, and free. I feel loved, even when I’m alone. I feel like I am able to give love, even when I’m exhausted with the downfalls of humanity. Being in touch with, as opposed to just believing in, God has given me such a beautiful perspective on life. I feel encouraged and full of energy.

In this way, my belief in God has boosted my enthusiasm for the pro-choice movement. When I found the reproductive justice movement, I found God’s calling for my life.

Abigail Seidman daughter of a Planned Parenthood nurse tells her amazing story

Posted in Abortion, Christian, Planned Parenthood, post-abortion, pro-choice, Pro-Life, Satanists with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , on October 6, 2010 by saynsumthn

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The abortion nurse’s daughter

October 06, 2010/ By Jill Stanek; WorldNet Daily

When Abigail Seidman was 10 years old her mother had an abortion. Abigail suspects her father was not the baby’s father, and her parents eventually divorced.
Abigail describes her childhood until that time as normal. But the abortion “radicalized” her mother, Abigail told me, who came to decide abortion had not only been the right decision for her but was also good in a moral sense.

“She began to celebrate her abortion,” Abigail said, “explaining that now I would remain an only child.” But young Abigail was secretly horrified, because she had always wanted a sibling.
Abigail’s mother was and is a nurse. She quickly became more involved in feminism and the abortion culture. She decided to switch careers and began working at her local abortion mill in Toledo, Ohio, as well as her local Planned Parenthood, which did not commit abortions.

On Abigail’s 11th birthday, her mother put her on the birth-control pill, admonishing her not to have sex but to nevertheless take precautions, since she could be raped. “Rape was a particular obsession,” Abigail told me. “I lived in absolute terror of it for my entire adolescence. The feminist mantra ‘every man is a potential rapist’ was frequently repeated.”
As Abigail’s mother became more deeply involved with feminism, she told Abigail all people were naturally bisexual and androgynous and that gender and sexuality were merely social constructs. She cut Abigail’s waist-length hair short, which she was not allowed to grow out again until she was an adult. She encouraged Abigail at age 12 to identify openly as a bisexual and forced her to wear GLBT pins on her backpack.

Abigail was raised Episcopalian, but the abortion prompted her mother to change religions. The clinic owner where Abigail’s mother worked was a Wiccan. Most of her new friends followed a Wicca-oriented New Age path and worshipped fertility, warrior and death goddesses. Abigail’s mother dabbled in all the aforementioned but settled on Buddhism. She banned Bibles and discussion of Christianity from the house.

“I dutifully wore the crystal and goddess jewelry I was given and the ubiquitous Birkenstock sandals,” Abigail said. “I told people at school I was a witch, although when pressed I could never articulate exactly what that was or what I did that made me one.”

When Abigail turned 13 her mother began pulling her from school on Fridays to work as what pro-lifers call a “deathscort” at her abortion mill, one who attempts to quickly usher pregnant mothers past pro-life sidewalk counselors into the mill before they can hear or see anything that would cause them to change their minds.

Abigail developed a mixed view of pro-lifers. Some were friendly and sympathetic, but some were noisy and militant.

“The worst part was when they would try to persuade me to agree with their view,” Abigail told me, “little realizing I already did. But if I admitted it, the other deathscorts would report back to my mother and I would be punished.”

Abigail developed her secret pro-life beliefs by reading “hostile” pro-life books at the abortion clinic, by listening to sidewalk counselors, by seeing graphic photos of aborted babies at the mill and by learning about fetal development in school.

And Abigail was greatly impacted by post-abortive mothers “coming in and out, often crying, sometimes downcast with a hostile-looking partner or parent dragging them along by the arm, sometimes lashing out in rage – but never, ever calm, confident and happy, which is what I had been told, over and over again, was in fact the case: Everyone who has an abortion wants one. Everyone feels relieved afterwards. No one ever suffers psychological ill effects, whether before, during, or afterwards – and if they say they do, it’s only because they’ve been brainwashed by evil Christians who want to keep women barefoot, pregnant and illiterate. They must have been weak. That’s not our fault. We did what was best for them and now they’re being ungrateful. They should just grow up and get over it.”

Abigail first smoked marijuana at the clinic owner’s house at age 15. Drug use within the abortion culture is “quite common,” Abigail told me, “particularly marijuana and LSD.” Pot was kept at the clinic and “smoked communally after work each day.”

At age 18, Abigail went off to college and accidentally got pregnant. She and her boyfriend both opposed abortion but didn’t think they were ready to raise a baby. They quickly decided on adoption.

But Abigail’s mother would hear none of that. A controlling and volatile woman, she threatened to cut off Abigail’s school funding unless she aborted. She insisted that Abigail fly home and abort at her clinic, where she would gather friends to celebrate.

“I got the VIP treatment,” Abigail said. “Before I knew it I was on the table and waiting for everyone to crowd in so the doctor could begin. There were eight people in the room, including my mother’s two best friends. One drove 100 miles. They were so excited. They kept saying things to me like, ‘You’re part of the sisterhood now!'”

When it was over, Abigail’s mother looked at her with tears in her eyes and told her how proud she was. Despite Abigail’s previous academic and artistic accomplishment, she realized “this was the only time in my life that my mother had ever said she was proud of me.”

I asked Abigail about the abortion worship I’d heard so much about. “It is very real,” she explained. “It can sound fantastical, but some go so far as to worship death goddesses like Kali and Hecate and consider abortion to be a form of sacrifice. They are often obsessed with their menstruation and blood as well.”

After her abortion, Abigail’s good grades spiraled downward. Both she and her boyfriend eventually dropped out of school and drifted apart. She became addicted to eating – anorexia and bulimia – partying and cutting.

When she was 22, Abigail met her husband and began to get her life back together. After several miscarriages, they had two children before Abigail was rendered infertile when her endometrium had to be removed during early-intervention cancer treatment.

Abigail continued some of her destructive habits until last year when her oldest son was diagnosed with autism. She began conducting online research for help, but got nowhere with the atheist groups. “Their overwhelming response was, ‘I’m sorry you weren’t able to find out and abort him in time.'”

The thought of not having her son, difficult though his condition sometimes is, was unthinkable. “I realized I was a good mother, a loving mother and, most importantly, now, without question, a pro-life mother,” she said.

Abigail began to research Christianity, which “somehow didn’t seem as hostile and threatening now. In fact, it seemed like just what I needed.” Four months ago Abigail accepted Jesus as her Lord and Savior. She signs off her e-mails now with a line by St. Augustine: “You have made us for yourself, and our heart is restless until it rests in you.” Amen.

At the same time Abigail became actively involved with the pro-life movement. Last month, she shared her testimony at a Silent No More post-abortive rally and then did a radio interview. Her mother now refuses to speak to her.

But Abigail’s heart is for her mother and the abortion culture. She wrote in her testimony:

As important as my faith now is to me, it is not the most important lesson I want people to take away from this.

It is important to recognize and effectively counter the culture of death that drives the abortion industry. Most people who are pro-choice have no idea about it. If they have given the issue any thought at all, they view it as either a religious one – “Christians hate women and sex” – or a civil-rights one – “Women have the right to make their own reproductive decisions.” Many are unaware of the scientific facts about fetal development. Many are unaware of the statistics and medical facts regarding miscarriages, infertility, infection, ectopic pregnancy, difficult births, cancers and mental-health issues that so often occur in post-abortive women. Many are unaware of the non-religious arguments against abortion.

It is worth noting that I considered myself pro-life – although not an activist – for 10 years before coming to belief in God. I was, and am, pro-life because I believe that the potential negative physical and mental effects on women outweigh the dubious positive of “not having to have a baby,” and that the fetus, from the moment of conception, is a separate human being with unique DNA who deserves the right to life as much as any person, regardless of their state of weakness, helplessness, or dependency.

The value of a person is without measure. It cannot – should not – be measured by intelligence, strength, appearance, economic status, ability to communicate, mobility, or any other subjective manmade standard. A person is a person, and if we allow – even encourage – them to be killed in abortion, then all manner of currently unspeakable horrors may become commonplace.

I have hope that this may not come to pass. Through a combination of effective outreach and activism, prayer, public testimony, sidewalk counseling and simple private conversations, I believe we can – and will – change this world, one person at a time, from an uncaring, selfish, shallow culture of death to a vibrant, joyful culture of life.

Abortion and Witchcraft part – 1

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