William Lambert, a 74 year old former church sexton and youth club leader who sexually abused four
young girls on Church premises twenty years ago has today (Friday 13th May 2011) been found
guilty of one count of rape, two counts of indecent assault and two counts of procuring girls
to have sexual intercourse by false pretences and representations.
All the offences took place over several years between 1985 and 1990 at St Dunstan's
Church yard in Cheam, Surrey where Lambert, an old soldier, had worked as a gravedigger
and then been given the job of tending soldiers' graves. He also ran a youth-club in
an outbuilding within the environs of the church called The Shed which provided a
lair for him to groom and manipulate his four victims.
Undoubtedly the sickening abuses did occur and justice has at last caught up with
To all intents and purposes this is another example of a Christian do-gooder who
worked with children using a church as cover for appalling abuses against kids in
his care (see here). How then did this get converted into a
case of Satanic Ritual Child Abuse?
The investigation was kick-started by one of Lambert's victims, now aged 37, after she
underwent recovered memory counselling which featured occult motifs. These
motifs were prominent in the trial and she was the prime
source of such evidence in court.
The prosecution maintained that Lambert had posed as a
'Warlock' and pretended to have magical powers in order to inveigle the girls into sexual
activity. There was absolutely no suggestion that Lambert was an occultist or had any
genuine occult connections let alone satanic ones. The emphasis is on the word
The fact is that witches do not use the term 'Warlock', it is a
pejorative word for a male witch. It was originally used in ancient times
as a hate word. Genuine witches do not call themselves 'Warlocks' because it would be
like members of the American Tribal Nations calling themselves 'redskins'. If
Lambert called himself a Warlock he was a fool who
didn't know what he was talking about - and that probably sums it all up rather well.
"That old black magic has me in its spell...
That old black magic that you weave so well...."
One of the four girls admitted to being complicit in the abuse of other girls
because she was 'spellbound' by Lambert . This was
obviously meant as an indication that Lambert had gained their trust because there is no
scientific evidence that anyone can be bound by a spell, but in court the prosecution
used the term 'spellbound' to convey occult connotations even though spells
were not used or involved in any of the abuses.
The prosecution said that Lambert had claimed he ''had special powers that could
"transferred" through intercourse'. The main prosecution witness termed this an
'initiation', but full details of Lambert's attacks which came out at
the trial showed that the abuses occurred in different ways and different situations,
none of which could be seen as a genuine occult initiation rite; the 'special powers' ruse
was of course simply a pretext
so that Lambert could perpetrate his abuses.
One witness gave evidence from behind a screen, describing how she had been
previously physically abused from the age of six by an alcoholic mother in a
dysfunctional home life. It was explained that two decades later, after
taking her own 12 year old child for therapy, she underwent counselling herself and
recover detailed memories of her abuse by Lambert, after which the police were called
In a video of a police interview shown to the jury she described how
she would hold Lambert's victims' hands as he raped them in an "initiation ceremony" after
could pass on his magic powers by having sex with them.
She said she was so 'spellbound' she convinced her two closest friends
to undergo the same 'initiation ceremony' as her and held their hands during it.
She said: "He made me feel like I was helping them while I was there holding
She described "laughing and joking" with one of the girls. When asked how she now
felt about what happened she said : "I feel cheap and I feel bad that I got
my friends involved."
She said Lambert claimed he could give her powers, which "seemed a lot better then the
life I had got."
"He (Lambert) was lovely. He made us feel good and that's when he
started talking about
witchcraft or 'witchy-poo' and 'Golden Dawn' - the witchcraft he was in.... I was
The problem with this is that The Hermetic Order of The Golden Dawn has been
defunct since the early part of the 20th century and its teachings had nothing
whatsoever to do with Witchcraft so Lambert couldn't have 'been in it'. However
the Golden Dawn is often wrongly attributed as part of witchcraft in post-SRA
This witness also said that Lambert would lock the door, light
incense and make them lie naked on a table before hanging a red sheet above their waists
so they could not see his vile acts. This was later reported as 'drawing across a red
velvet curtain' which appears to have more occult significance than 'a red sheet' and
might lead readers to believe it was some special rite. However she also said Lambert
once had sex with her on the floor of the youth club and also on a tombstone in the
graveyard, all of which indicates that the abuses were
opportunistic rather than ritualistic.
" Witness A alleged he raped her on a tombstone saying she
would 'get power from the black floating monk' who haunted
the church, the jury was told.
A Man of Letters?
The only other 'occult' connection was when one witness said Lambert
showed his victims letters he claimed were 'written by a witch', instructing the
girls to sleep with him. Of course if these existed they were forgeries used by Lambert to
get his way, because witches do not solicit children for sex and if they did they wouldn't
be dim enough to put it in a letter. No accomplices were ever found by the police and no
evidence presented to back up this claim. Lambert worked alone and was not part of a
coven, or ring.
All the other 'occult evidence' in this case is plainly part of a pretence to manipulate
the girls. This 'witch connection'
is also make-believe but you can bet your bottom dollar that, when the
public's memory of the case has waned, satan-hunters will
claim it as proof that Lambert was involved in a multi-generational satanic network!
The Abortion Which Never Was
Some of the tabloid reporting of this case was shameful. The court heard that one 14 year
old girl believed she was pregnant due to under-age sexual activity which took place
meeting Lambert and, being terrified of telling her parents, was taken to Lambert for
help. She wasn't pregnant but Lambert is said to have used the fear of it to abuse her
telling her that having sex would be a kind of magical abortion and end the pregnancy.
This allegation was reported in one newspaper as though Lambert having made the girl
pregnant and then performed an abortion on her!
He 'spellbound' the girls, aged between 11 and 15, in to letting him have sex with them,
the court heard, saying his powers could solve their problems, including aborting the
baby of one girl..
Completely false in both particulars,
yet this falsehood incorporated two indicators high on the pro-SRAMists list of
confirmations of SRA and will undoubtedly be included in the fundies' versions of this
case so we print the truth hereunder:
'The 37-year-old, who cannot be named for legal reasons, told the jury at Croydon Crown
Court on Tuesday, May 3, how Mr Lambert, 74, of Malden Road, Sutton, lured her to his
churchyard shed under the pretence he could 'cure' her pregnancy.
As she was then only 14, the girl was too frightened to tell her parents she was pregnant,
but desperately wanted to '.get rid of the baby'
A mutual friend, who was also allegedly repeatedly sexually abused by the gravedigger,
told the 14-year-old she knew someone who could help her with her pregnancy.
The pair agreed to meet Mr Lambert at his shed, in the grounds of St Dunstan's
Cheam, where he ran an informal youth club.
Once inside the outhouse, she was asked to
lie down on a makeshift table.
A curtain was laid across her midriff preventing her from seeing what Mr Lambert was
doing, the court heard.
She said: '.It was strange, I knew it didn'.t feel right but you don't want
to go home and
tell your mum you're pregnant, she would've killed me.
'He said he would sort me out and told me to lie down while the other girl held my
couldn't see him because of the curtain, but I could feel him.
'.I should've walked out there and then, I was so silly.'
The court later heard Mr Lambert's alleged victim, who had missed her period by a
was not actually pregnant but this led her to assume Mr Lambert's
'procedure' had worked.'
Whether the occult motifs in this case were invented by Lambert or inculcated from
popularist media via leading questions during
regression is a mute point because the case still does
the SAFF's Satanic Footprint profile and many of the terms
used by the victims are contradictory.
Where is the Sense of Proportion?
Amongst the thousands of prosecutions of paedophiles every year occur a handful of cases
where the perpetrator has controlled and manipulated his victims using occult fantasies
either to gain the complicity of children or to frighten them into compliance.
Those with an interest in promoting the Satanic Ritual Child Abuse Myth sieze upon these
infrequent cases in the hope that they will validate their position that there is a world
wide network of satanic child abusers which is yet to be uncovered and exonerate them
from the terrible mistakes and suffering their beliefs have caused over the past two
In every instance, when the full truth comes out, these cases do nothing but prove the opposite. Yet whilst
the British media fall over themselves to misrepresent these cases as cases of SRA the
British public are kept ignorant of the REAL threat to children in our midst from
perverts hidden within the Christian culture, which is precisely what Lambert's
situation was. Here's the extent of the problem:
Ten Thousand Child Abusing Priests
BishopAccountability.org maintains a Database of Accused Priests and other accused
clergy. As of April 11, 2011, there were 3,566 names in that database, including 3,206
priests, 19 bishops, 47 deacons, and 18 seminarians, for a total of 3,290 accused clerics
in those categories. But the USCCB counts a combined total of 5,948 accused priests,
bishops, deacons, and seminarians. This means that there are at least 2,658 accused
clerics whose names are still secret. In other words, of the 5,948 total, at least 45
percent of the names are being kept secret by bishops and superiors of religious orders.
These accurate and updated figures are for the U.S. but they totally confirm the
original 1990 research and work done by the SAFF to highlight
the epidemic of child abuse hidden within the various churches of the U.K. and throughout
Europe - see here for European situation
The 5,948 priests who are now counted by the U.S. bishops as accused comprise 5.4% of the
109,694 priests in ministry 1950-2002. Yet as recently as November 2002, Cardinal Joseph
Ratzinger, now Pope Benedict XVI, stated in an interview: "In the United States, there is
constant news on this topic, but less than 1% of priests are guilty of acts of this type."
In U.S. dioceses where there is something like full disclosure, the percentage of accused
priests is approaching 10 percent (see examples). If 10 percent of priests nationwide are
ultimately accused of abuse, the total would rise to 10,969 accused priests."
DID YOU SEE DETAILS OF THE FOLLOWING IN THE PRESS?
"A total of 272 allegations of child abuse were made against Catholic priests in 2010,
a report by The National Board for the Safeguarding of Children in the
Catholic Church (NBSCCC) has claimed. Inspectors revealed the final figure was in fact
272 allegations against priests, nuns and brothers."
Well of course you didn't!..... Information which reveals the extent of Christian Child Abuse is
neatly buried in the middle of newspapers with small headlines using non-emotive factual reporting.
Unlike the wailing front page headlines and tabloidesque language
which accompanied Lambert's prosecution for a twenty year old crime.
Why do you think this is?
Because Christians don't like reading disturbing accounts about paedophile priests and they wouldn't
buy the newspaper if it reported the true extent of what was happening!
The prime motivation of ALL newspapers is to have the most
sensational headlines on the news-stand; the second is to confirm and massage their readers
It is a sad fact that the millions spent on therapy for supposed satanic ritual abuse
victims could have gone to ferreting out the plague of clergy abuse and probably saved
hundreds of children from further suffering in the process but that appears to be too
simple a task for therapists and sectarian witch-hunters who have hitched themselves to
the SRA bandwagon.
These 'cognoscenti' content themselves with repeating their mantras of SRA
whilst laying in wait for those paedophiles who learn from the Satan Hunters' own propaganda that
children can be manipulated with fantasy. It is a Self-fulfilling Prophecy which shames
In this context we point out that Lambert's crimes were perpetrated during
the first wave of Satanic Ritual Child Abuse allegations which received massive nationwide
publicity. You will have to judge whether the satan-hunter's publicity mongering influenced
Lambert's choice of bait for his victims. He is an evil pervert, but he's a Chrisitan Do-Gooder
not a genuine occultist.
John Freedom, Mortlake, May 2011.
Which Do Not Gel
Brainwashed: The prosecution inferred that Lambert was some kind of svengali who
'brainwashed' the girls into having sex but his 'magnetism' depended more
on sharing booze and free smokes than any imagined 'occult powers'
" Lambert... let them drink and smoke before 'brainwashing' girls with stories of the
occult, Croydon crown court was told."
Golden Dawn Is Not Witchcraft: The Hermetic Order of The Golden Dawn was a rosicrucian society
started originally by Wynn Westcott the London Coroner in 1887 and its last 'temple' was
closed circa 1914. It was a freemasonic style monotheistic group which drew
members from the elite of society and included W.B Yeats, Constance Wilde (Oscar Wilde's wife)
Florence Farr, J. Brodie-Innes, Arthur Waite, etc., In it's later years it became
an order of Christian Mysticism and had no connection with paganism or witchcraft and
certainly not with Satanism which the last head of the order Arthur E Waite campaigned
Occult Style Triangle:
The girls were often invited in to the room with an 'occult style triangle' on the wall
A meaningless statement. There is no Triangle symbol which
is 'occult' in its own right. What kind of triangle? What was it made from? What colour
was it? Did it have other symbols or writing on it? Was it three dimensional (e.g. made from wood or metal)
or a cloth banner?
The Golden Dawn's regalia was highly complex and detailed. And there was plenty of it.
The nearest thing from their paraphernalia is their Banner of the East (shown above) but as you can
see it embodies a Christian Cross
because the Golden Dawn system was based on Judeo-Christian beliefs, not witchcraft nor satanism.
'Power from the black floating monk' There have been no reports of ghostly
monks or other apparitions at St Dunstan's, Church Road, Cheam, Surrey where the abuse
took place. However, in the 1930s 1940s and 1950s there were several documented reports of ghostly
monks at another church of the same name, St Dunstan's, Friars Place Lane, East Acton,
thirty miles away and north of the river Thames. These apparitions were
reportedly clad in gold and purple vestments. Did Lambert purposefully confuse the two
churches for his own ends or had popular gossip done the job for him?
POLICE RIOT SQUAD
BLACK MAGIC SEX
"RIOT squad police are outside the Sydney court where three people are
about to be sentenced for black magic sex offences.
The charges relate to two victims who were told black magic curses had been placed
on them and were forced into sex "prayer sessions" to rid themselves of the curses."
Source: May 06, 2011
The above report is a Classic example of the type of Media Lies and Falsehoods which continually
indoctrinate the population's minds with anti-occult hate. You wouldn't know it from the account above but
the case in question was against three Greek Orthodox Christian Preachers who had made a career out
pious Christian ladies as being possessed by the devil. As an adjunct to the exorcisms these
preachers raped and sexually abused many vulnerable adult women who came to them for spiritual help
in almost exactly the same way that Lambert took advantage of his young victims.
The 'Black Magic' came into the
report because the Christian preachers had told the women that a 'Black Magic curse' had been put on
them and the only way of saving their souls was to submit to rape. Thus 3 Christian preachers invented the idea
of occult involvement in order to terrify women into being abused but instead of headlines like GANG OF CHRISTIAN PREACHERS RAPE WOMEN DURING EXORCISMS
the public are given the impression that
yet again some more of those evil witches have done their worst!
See here for another detailed example of Cheating Media Lies
See here for the SAFF's warning about the dangers of Exorcism where we explicitly
blamed the BBC for promoting it.