Religious Members of the Grail Movement Skin Children Alive; Feed Them to other Cult Members
NO RELIGION IS ABOVE CRITICISM!
The Grail Movement Cult, inspired by the book “In the Light of Truth: The Grail Message,” by Oskar Ernst Bernhardt, under the pseudonym, Abd-ru-shin, is a religious sect that has been around since the 1940s.
The Grail Movement Cult has approximately 20,000 members worldwide, but operates predominantly in Western Europe.
The Grail Movement Cult’s members believe In the Light of Truth to be more important than the Bible and the teachings of Jesus.
Which brings me to Islam.
Like the Grail Movement Cult, Islam steals from Christianity and Judaism in an effort to attract adherents of those religions by deceptively claiming a commonality between them. Like the Grail Movement Cult, Islam considers their “Truth” to be more important than a supposedly “corrupted” Bible; which contains the teachings of Jesus the Christ.
Like the Grail Movement Cult, Islam has MANY barbaric and evil practices and doctrines at its core which directly contradict what Christ taught through his many words AND actions. Not to mention that many of Islam’s teachings and practices violate numerous Western laws – such as pedophilia, polygamy, wife beating, and “honor” killings.
So, that being said, I am amazed at the number of Christians who are willing to give the demonstrably false religion of Islam a “free pass” in the name of “religious tolerance,” while decrying others, such as the Grail Movement Cult; both of which falsely lay claim to Christian modalities in an attempt to deceive the ignorant among us.
No religion is above criticism.
[’sister’ Barbora Skrlova]
Cannibal mum fed son’s flesh to relatives
A boy’s flesh was fed to cannibal relatives after his mum kept him locked in a cellar, a court has heard.
Ondrej Mauerova, 8, was partially skinned by his relatives who then ate the raw human flesh, a court has heard. Klara Mauerova – a member of a sinister religious cult – wept in court as she admitted torturing her son Ondrej and his ten year-old brother Jakub.
The two boys told how their mother and relatives had also stubbed cigarettes out on their bare skin, whipped them with belts, and tried to drown them.
The court heard how the family had sexually abused them and even made them cut themselves with knives. They said they were kept in cages or handcuffed to tables and made to stand in their own urine for days.
The sick abuse was discovered when a man in Brno in the Czech Republic installed a TV baby monitor to keep watch on is newborn child.
But it picked up a signal from an identical monitor next door showing one of the victims beaten, naked and chained in a cellar.
Sick Mauerova is understood to have installed it so she could gloat over her victims’ suffering from the comfort of her kitchen.
Police were called, and the boy and his brother, as well as what appeared to be a 13-year-old girl were freed.
At that time police did not realise the 13-year-old, who had been formally adopted, was really 34-year-old Barbora Skrlova – one of the children’s torturers.
She later ran away to Norway but was found earlier this year by Czech cops who brought her back to the Czech Republic to face trial.
Her “brother”, eight-year-old Ondrej, had been locked and chained in the cellar by his mother Klara for months.
He had been gagged so he could not scream and beaten as well. It later emerged his brother Jakub had also been abused.
Mauerova has admitted abusing her children but she said she had been manipulated by her sister Katerina and Skrlova.
All three of them had been part of a cult called the Grail Movement which claims to have hundreds of followers in Britain as well as tens of thousands of others world wide.
Katerina Mauerova and Skrlova and another relative are all accused of involvement in the abuse of the boys.
The court has also heard claims that the abuse of the boys was co-ordinated by a man known only as the “Doctor” who sent mobile phone text messages to the Mauerova sisters telling them how to abuse the two boys.
Local media have said that the sinister figure could be one of the leaders of the Grail Movement the women were involved with.
The trial continues.Explore posts in the same categories: Justice System, Religion