Wo unto them; because they have offended my little ones they shall be severed from the ordinances of my house...
They shall not have the right to the priesthood, nor their posterity after them from generation to generation.
It had been better for them that a millstone had been hanged about their necks, and they drowned in the depths of the sea.
Wo unto all those that discomfort my people, and drive, and murder, and testify against them, saith the Lord of Hosts; a generation of vipers shall not escape the damnation of hell. (D&C 121: 19, 21-23)
The term "little ones" can also refer to the humble followers of Christ who are past the age of accountability. Another name they are known by in scripture is saints. Many children who grow up in multi-generational SRA (Satanic Ritual Abuse) families survive into adulthood, but are still mind-controlled by their handlers. Because of the trauma and abuse they have experienced throughout their lives, they dissociate and compartmentalize their minds into several personalities. The elites have studied this psychology and know what the mind does under intense stress and trauma. They use these personalities to their advantage, and they can trigger them in the person with nothing more than a key word. However, the real personality is still in there, as well as that innocent child that was abused so early in its life. No matter how much abuse/trauma someone undergoes, the true personality given to them by God will always remain, and healing is always possible. This is one of the things that Christ experienced in Gethsemane, He felt the pain of not only the victim, but also the perpetrator, and He knows how to completely heal both. When asked by His disciples who was the greatest in the kingdom of heaven, Jesus pointed to a little child:
Verily I say unto you, Except ye be converted, and become as little children, ye shall not enter into the kingdom of heaven.
Whosoever therefore shall humble himself as this little child, the same is greatest in the kingdom of heaven.
And whoso shall receive one such little child in my name receiveth me.
But whoso shall offend one of these little ones which believe in me, it were better for him that a millstone were hanged about his neck, and that he were drowned in the depth of the sea. (Mathew 18:3-6)
As you can see, hurting a child is a serious offense to God, in my opinion among the worst of sins. What other sin can one commit where it would have been better to be drowned violently than to commit the sin at all? Many of what we perceive to be sins are learning experiences, and are part of our existence in this fallen world... but not this one. This one is exceptionally grievous... The heavens weep when such acts are committed. When Christ paid for our sins in the garden, He experienced wave after wave of pain, anguish, and suffering in both body and spirit, with each one increasing in intensity. His body was physically damaged after each wave, requiring Him to heal Himself in preparation for the next. He didn't know when the next wave would hit, or how intense it would be, or how long it would last, or if it would be His last. But when the final one hit, He felt the pain of perpetrators and their victims, and He learned how to heal and succor them both. It was this wave that caused our Lord, the greatest of all, to sweat great drops of blood, as Luke the physician records. In 2005, one man was shown in vision some of the details of our Lord's suffering, and they have been published for all to read. God wants us to know these things, so please don't get hung up on the man who received them, he is inconsequential to his message. Ask the Spirit if the following words are true:
In the final wave, the most brutal, most evil, most heinous sins men inflict upon one another were felt by Him as a victim of the worst men can do. He knew how it felt to wrongly suffer death. He knew what it was like to be a mother holding a child in her arms as they are both killed by those who delight in their suffering. He knew how it was for ambitious men to rid themselves of a rival by conspiracy and murder. He knew what it was to have virtue robbed from the innocent. He knew betrayal, treachery, and abuse in all its worst degrading horror. There was no cruelty, no offense, no evil that mankind has suffered or will suffer that was not put upon Him. (Teachings and Commandments 161:22)
The rabbit hole I'm about to take you down is sobering. It truly is the "darkest abyss." I am loathe to dwell upon such matters and have been putting this off, but the Spirit is prompting me to write about this topic because innocent children are suffering right now. I am told by a friend who is close to the veil that "one of the biggest concerns in the spirit realm is that of saving/protecting the huge numbers of innocents--especially the children--from being enslaved, abused, trafficked, and murdered." This is happening, it is real. These crimes are being committed by wolves in sheep's clothing, those who many may look to as spiritual gurus, "righteous" leaders of religious empires, and front organizations that are pretending to protect children. In Satan's church, children are the sacrificial lambs. This debauchery dates back to ancient times, and many of the false gods of antiquity... Nimrod, Hermes, Moloch, Saturn, Apollo, and others, required human sacrifice, especially children. Our modern society is just as debased and degenerate as the ancient ones were, and these things happen at the highest levels of political and ecclesiastical organizations and institutions.
As we descend into this abyss, your spirit will be incensed, and some of the happenings I describe will be difficult to believe. It will seem surreal. It will seem unbelievable, indeed, too evil to be true. You'll be tempted to rationalize, "are people really this bad?"... "would God really let this happen?" The answer to both questions is unfortunately yes. When one SRA survivor told her story, she described the tender mercies of the Lord in removing her spirit from her two-year old body as her perpetrators engaged in the most despicable perversions... and when she asked the Lord why He allows such evil to exist, He wept bitterly, and as He held her spirit He gently replied, "because of the agency of man."1