About Judy Byington
Judy Byington, M.S.W., L.C.S.W., ret, has dedicated her life to humanizing and raising public awareness about the little known effects of ritual abuse and mind-control programming that tragically cause formation of multiple personalities in children.
The retired CEO, therapist, author and mental health supervisor is founder and leader of Trauma Research Center, a non-profit organization dedicated to providing information through CEU accredited seminars and lectures on Dissociation and coordinating ritual abuse survivor group, therapeutic and legal resources.
The former mental health supervisor spent twenty years in research with Jenny Hill while interviewing hundreds of ritual abuse survivors, legal entities, therapists, families of missing children and religious, media and community leaders. She works as a consultant on Occult crime with the Utah Attorney General’s office.
With a compelling drive to educate the public on the unimaginable horrors faced by children born into families practicing ritual abuse, Byington continues to pen books about survivors like Jenny Hill who suffer repressed childhood memories of forced participation in rape, torture and murder. Her upcoming book Saints, Sinners and Satan provides a first person account of her own experiences with multiple personality survivors and Occult crime.
Could you please tell us a little about your book?
Twenty-Two Faces immerses readers into the perspective of a severely abused child trying to make sense of a convoluted world. Jenny turns to prayer while dealing with abuse at the hands of a Nazi brainwashing expert who is fracturing her into multiple personalities. Divine intervention saves the five year-old from her own human sacrificial ceremony, then as a young woman, gives her support through a lifetime of jumping from one day to the next as a beauty queen, prostitute, nurse, thief and mother. In defiance of her abusers, Jenny wants the story told. The ending will shock you.
Did something specific happen to prompt you to write this book?
As CEO of Provo Family Counseling Center I counseled young women who like Jenny, had been ritually abused during childhood, enduring repeated rapes, torture and being forced to watch children murdered. I took the information to the FBI. That day Jenny, who was looking for the parents of a child she saw killed, talked to the same agent. He introduced us to each other and not long after I began penning her story.
Who or what is the inspiration behind this book?
As a child in prayer Jenny was told to write down her life experiences “to help yourself and others, for some day a book will be written.”
As a single parent I endured several years of extreme financial stress while raising five wonderful teenagers and caring for a critically ill daughter. Greatly humbled and while in prayer I was impressed to spend my life helping the ritually abused including writing Jenny’s story.
We took biography from her childhood journals and those she kept during her year-long stay at the Utah State Psychiatric Hospital. Jenny helped me outline the chapters, then she wrote them out. Her multiple personalities often took over the pen to express their feelings and tell of their experiences. Alters have memory as if the event just happened, thus Twenty-Two Faces is very detailed.
Who are your biggest critics?
People connected to the False Memory Foundation who seem to have a stake in trying to disprove that ritual abuse exists.
What cause are you most passionate about and why?
As CEO of Provo, Utah Family Counseling Center I counseled women who had repressed memories of ritual abuse during childhood. Ritual abuse is the torture and murder of children and the brainwashing techniques can traumatize a child’s developing brain and cause separation of thinking patterns. This mind-control is most often done by close relatives who, in honor of Satan, practice codes of the ancient mystery religions.
After researching ritual abuse to great length I realized these dark practices have secretly permeated our society. It left me with a compelling drive to educate the public on terrors faced by children born into families practicing ritual abuse. My goal is to help educate the general public so ritually abused children and youth who fall prey to the satanic practices of rape, torture and murder are identified and protected.
What are you currently working on?
I am authoring Saints, Sinners and Satan, a first person account about my experiences with multiple personality survivors and satanic crime.
What do you feel has been your greatest achievement as an author?
My greatest achievement as an author is writing Twenty-Two Faces because it documents how the only known survivor-intended-victim of a modern-day human sacrifice ceremony five year-old Jenny Hill, overcomes multiplicity resulting from brainwashing, her perpetrators having subjected the child to insidious mind-control techniques culled from Nazi Germany. As is the case for thousands of children across the globe unfortunate enough to be born into families practicing these aberrant religious rites.
What do you feel sets this book apart from others in the same genre?
Best-Selling books The Three Faces of Eve (McGraw-Hill, 1957)introduced multiple personalities; Sybil (Henry Regnery,1973) defined child abuse as a common instigator of multiple personalities, while Michelle Remembers (St. Martin’s Press, 1980) was first to reveal Satanic Ritual Abuse as a primary underlying reason behind multiple personalities. Now Twenty-Two Faces fills a niche not met by current books on the market as the first book ever to unify in a single work, the traumas of Multiple Personality and tortuous mind-control programming, uncovering how traumatic events are used to deliberately form multiple personalities and secure life-long control over victims.
Risking her life to be the voice for thousands of Satanic Ritual Abuse Survivors worldwide, Hill’s powerfully true account provides new insights into workings of the human brain: is first to connect ritual abuse mind-control programming to deliberate formation of multiple personalities; first to uncover how and why one develops and functions in fractured states before the person enters therapy and first to reveal esoteric secrets or “Hidden Knowledge” on inner workings of sinister cults hidden within our global society, such as their use of Secret Combinations, Backward Language Talk and the infamous Mark of Cain.
Is there anything else you would like to share with us?
Twenty-Two Faces is a great educational tool because the biography is designed to give the reader a better understanding about workings of the human mind.
About 22 Faces
Referring to journals written throughout childhood,Twenty-Two Faces: Inside the Extraordinary Life of Jenny Hill and Her Twenty-Two Multiple Personalitiesdocuments how as a five year-old, Jenny overcomes ongoing abuse by turning to prayer while utilizing her alter states to compartmentalize trauma at the hands of a master mind-control programmer from Nazi Germany. After suffering deaths of a high school sweetheart, plus her only girlfriend, she somehow completes Army medic training, receives a nursing degree, prepares for a church mission and becomes a mother. Simultaneously led by sex-addict Head Alter J.J., intrepid alters assume frequent control, engaging in larceny and prostitution. With her children, her lifeline, the increasingly desperate nurse escapes a drugged-out pimping husband, blacks out in a job interview, comes to nine days later as an inpatient headed for the Utah State Psychiatric Hospital and only then learns what her life has really been.