In other words, some women become pregnant to sacrifice their child to Satan in abortion or even after they were born. At least that is what has been reported or confessed in some instances. Personally, I have know one woman who had seven abortions. She was eventually liberated but this took a long time. When she would walk there was a black shadow of like a woman dressed from the 19 Century with that pillowlike object on the rear of the dress. She also had a veil and hat. Yeah, I know I'm crazy, only it ended in exorcism. That is what I know, the phenomena ended in 2000. But the complete liberation and inner healing lasts until today, I imagine. But all this talk of sorcerors, wizards, Satanims, and dedicated sacrifices doesn't rest well with me. However the website, The Holy Spirit Institute is run by about 40% Catholic ordained clergy and religious. The Church knows about these aborted childrens souls. God provides a way for their Salvation and liberation by the actions of victim souls, saintly people like St. Padre Pio, St. Paul the Apostle to the Gentiles, St. Gemma, and countless others we don't know about. While this doesn't negate the sin of those participating in abortion by commission or omission, these children go to Heaven. There are no free rides to Heaven and just is the case of hardenned sinners being saved by the actions of saintly people's efforts, so do aborted children Souls get to Heven. God provides for them too. And there is actual evidence of this occuring. The net effect is Satan loses what he thinks is another slave for him in Hell and all his efforts and the efforts of his minions on earth are futile. So all this talk of dedication is meaningles, in effect. God is in Control. God turns lemons into lemonade. But don't forget God's wrath because there is a price to paid.- The above doesn't originate with me. It is based on observations of a member of an exorcist priest's deliverance team. But this explains why some suffer so much as in the case of victim souls. God provides for His children.