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In an unrelated case, a dangerousness hearing is expected to be held in Brockton today for two women accused of tying up, burning and disfiguring a 5-year-old Randolph girl in East Bridgewater last month, purportedly in a voodoo ritual intended to rid her of a demon that was making her misbehave, authorities said.


Something has to give. And in this case, it's your morning routine. Many successful people credit their morning routine to their results. People like Benjamin Franklin, Barack Obama, Steve Jobs and Anthony Robbins have shared how their morning rituals set them up for success in the day. These famous men having nothing on you mama. You too can have a morning ritual which will set you up for success.


2) Create a ritual. There is something comforting about a ritual. Start your day with a cup of coffee or tea before anyone else is up. Do not go on to your phone or computer. Facebook should not drive your day. Consider journaling, reading or meditating. Many find this quiet time a wonderful time for prayer or spiritual reading.


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In the secret ritual, the tiny baby was stripped naked, gagged, then tied down to a wooden board before being tossed into a bonfire on November 12, 2012, at a house in Colliguay, near the Chilean coastal resort of Valparaiso.


"Ultimately, she started to tell police exactly what happened to her children on that day," Assistant District Attorney Jessica Kenny said during Sanders' arraignment. "She explained to police officers what she called part of a ritual or a ritualistic incident."


"As the officers continued to interview her in regards to the ritual, Ms. Sanders stated that no one was supposed to get hurt and then admitted that she only killed one baby," state police Detective Kevin MacDermott wrote in a probable cause arrest report.


"She said she stabbed him because she had 'failed' in the ritual with Marlon," Kenny said. "She explained the ritual and said that it came out wrong in the first one and she had failed. For that reason, she had to move onto the second child."


"Latarsha began her obsession with the Illuminati theory two years ago from a YouTube video," court documents state. "Since then, Latarsha has been obsessed with ideation, rituals and numbers regarding the Illuminati, as well as sacrifices."


BROCKTON, Mass. -- A woman has been charged with stabbing two of her children to death in their Massachusetts home in what prosecutors have called a "ritual incident," the Boston Globe reports. At her arraignment Tuesday, prosecutors said a boy was stabbed as many as 50 times.


Citing a prosecutor's statements in court, the Boston Globe reports Sanders is accused of stabbing the eight-year-old 50 times with a kitchen knife as part of a "ritual incident," and then attacking her five-year-old when she concluded the first child's death hadn't completed the ritual.


"She said she had stabbed him because she had 'failed' in the ritual with Marlon," assistant Plymouth District Attorney Jessica Kenny told a judge during Sanders' arraignment on murder charges in Brockton Tuesday, according to The Boston Herald. "She responded to police that she felt bad about what she had done."


"We believe, based upon her comments, that she was involved in some sort of rituals that she believed in," Plymouth District Attorney Timothy J. Cruz told reporters outside the courtroom, reports the Boston Globe. "Suffice it to say, it's something she referred to throughout her life to other people in her family, or at least for the last couple of years. . . . We don't have a lot of clarity to a lot of the things she was saying at this point."


During a series of interviews, Sanders reportedly gave several explanations for the deaths, including that she was motivated by "voodoo stuff" and that her 16-year-old daughter "wanted a little blood," the paper reports. Cruz told reporters investigators aren't sure what prompted the attack and there was no clear evidence it was motivated by religious beliefs or as a part of a voodoo ritual, according to the Boston Globe.


Plymouth District Attorney Timothy Cruz says an investigation into the woman's motive is ongoing. According to a spokeswoman for the D.A., the Sanders case is unrelated to a child abuse incident in which a 5-year-old girl was burned during a voodoo ritual in nearby East Bridgewater last week. Both cases are being handled by the Plymouth County D.A.


While celebrating all the mothers lately, both near and far, I've been reflecting a lot on my late mother, Patsy who passed away 24 years ago. And, I've been digging deep into the memory banks to explore the many things she helped open my eyes to. She loved nature, especially flowers and gardening. The garden that she created at our family home was her pride and joy...it was a classic English country garden and she and my dad added a vegetable plot at the end of it where I learned the powerful and grounding gift of growing our own food. These last few weeks, Jeffrey and I have been taking some time in the evenings and weekends to reimagine an area of our garden that has been neglected over the years. We built off existing citrus trees and rosemary bushes and now have ourselves a fledgling kitchen garden. And it feels like coming full circle for me. So, what better day than today to mark this garden as the beginning of an annual ritual where we'll stop what we're doing and head to this space to toast my mama, Jeffrey's and all the mothers out there who've opened our eyes and minds to so many beautiful gifts that we shepherd on through our lifetimes and hopefully future generations too.


Although this has been a difficult time, I'm thankful for the opportunity it has given me to reflect. I look forward to spending the day in my garden and kicking off this new Mother's Day ritual. I will be thinking of you all and wishing you a Happy Mother's Day.


Motivated Moms is probably my favorite ritual that has kept my days sane. I actually purchased and downloaded the app on my smartphone and every morning I open it to see what is on my check list for the day.


The killings come a week after two sisters in the neighboring community of East Bridgewater were charged with tying down, burning and permanently disfiguring a 5-year-old girl, and threatening to cut off the head of her 8-year-old brother, in a Voodoo ritual.


The criteria for services stipulate that patients must be at least 17 years old, be in New Mexico at the time of their online screening, have a New Mexico mailing address, and be up to 11 weeks pregnant. The cost of the health services are free, but they estimate the abortion ritual medications as being deliverable at the cost of $90.


In a quote pulled from Charisma News, the TST describes the use of the word "ritual" in relation to their abortion services as meaning a "spiritual experience designed to instill confidence and self-worth in accordance to TST's religious beliefs."


For prospective clients to contact the Dark Brotherhood, they would carry out a ritual called the Night Mother Ritual or Black Sacrament. This ritual would inform the Night Mother of their intentions. When the Listener of the Black Hand prays to the Lucky Old Lady Statue in Bravil, the Night Mother will inform the Listener about the location of those prospective clients. The Listener would then relay this information to Speakers of the Black Hand.


As documented in the rare and taboo work "A Kiss, Sweet Mother," the Black Sacrament involves an effigy of the intended victim -- created from actual body parts, including a heart, skull, bones and flesh -- within a circle of candles. To proceed with the ritual, one must stab the effigy repeatedly with a dagger rubbed with the petals of a Nightshade plant, while whispering the plea, "Sweet Mother, sweet Mother, send your child unto me, for the sins of the unworthy must be baptized in blood and fear." As gruesome as this ritual may be, even more frightening is its intention -- the summoning of a mysterious assassin (who some witnesseses [sic] claim is always clad in a black hooded robe) who will then receive money to kill an innocent victim. No remorse. No regret. It is, as the merchant's say, simply business. And that's what worries Adamus Phillida. [19] 041b061a72


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