Anneke Lucas is a voice for shedding light on child sex traffic networks held by psychopaths in power or behind the scenes. From 1969 when she was 6 years old to 1974 (when she was 11), in Belgium and other countries, including the US, she was used as a sex slave by high-rank white politicians, prime ministers or presidents. No one ever said no. Nowadays, children are a valued commodity within these networks that exist behind closed doors and atrocities take place in the most beautiful mansions of the world. Anneke now rises awareness around the theme of psychopathy and the need to scrutinize our own internal power dynamics.
A childhood as a sex slave
Anneke Lucas was favoured by 2 important perpetrators. As she was spending time with them she got to understand better their psychology and twisted minds. Her first perpetrator (a father figure for her young perceptions) was a social engineer who was controlling high-rank politicians. He was working behind the scene to put out a dark agenda that links back to the Vatican and is perpetrated centuries over centuries. She was sent to Germany where she was submitted to tests and trainings that were proving to have a great knowledge about how alters can be called out within the fractured soul. Associations were created in her (as encouragement to kill herself) while she was being sexually stimulated. Heavy programming was used on her, to install the belief that she was a whore, the lowest of the lowest. Through her experiences within the network, she became very good at spotting certain features in men, or a man’s weakness and to know what they were about sexually.
Transfer of trauma
The path towards healing
Psychopaths in power
Getting out of victimhood consciousness
“After a 20 year personal yoga practice and five years of teaching, Anneke Lucas became drawn to work with the incarcerated in 2010 and started to volunteer at Bayview Correctional in New York. In 2011, she started creating programs in different facilities, bringing along yoga teachers, social workers and psychologists, training them to apply the specific trauma conscious approach. In 2014, she funded Liberation Prison Yoga, a non-profit organization with a mission to serve prisons and jails, bringing trauma-conscious yoga programs to incarcerated women, men, youth, staff and those whose lives are affected by incarceration; to train yoga instructors to work inside the prison system; and to educate the public about trauma-conscious yoga. Liberation Prison Yoga programs may also include discussion, free-flow writing or other healing modalities. In creating programs for the underserved, Anneke developed the Unconditional Model, a way to effectively share any healing modality. The model focuses on providers to be unconditionally present for their clients, students or participants by using awareness of power dynamics to help reverse trauma. Anneke is currently working on a book about the Unconditional Model.” – http://www.lovemadevisible.eu
Le projet d’Anneke Lucas: Liberation Prison Yoga
In this short documentary, we have a glimpse at Anneke Lucas’ life in New York and how she introduced a practice of yoga and meditation in prisons. By working in this kind of environment and constantly dealing with perpetrators of violence, it is part of her healing that Anneke is still working on, while making a compassionate contribution in return; her ultimate goal being arriving at an understanding of the furthest soul fragmentation in all beings.