Unbreakables

Stories of Unbreakable Survivors from around the world.

 

Unbroken with Max and Rachel

Max Lowen interviews Satanic Ritual Abuse survivor Rachel Vaughan about her experiences at the hands of her father, a known child murderer and pedophile from Adeleide, Australia. These brave survivors reveal much about the elite and the horrific abuses perpetrated on children globally, and shine a light on the resilience of the human spirit, how we heal and the upcoming golden age for humanity.

Unbroken with Max and Rachel

Max Lowen interviews Satanic Ritual Abuse survivor Rachel Vaughan about her experiences at the hands of her father, a known child murderer and pedophile from Adeleide, Australia. These brave survivors reveal much about the elite and the horrific abuses perpetrated on children globally, and shine a light on the resilience of the human spirit, how we heal and the upcoming golden age for humanity.

Unbroken with Max and Jana

Join Max and Jana in a conversation about CPS and foster care. The glaring abuses and issues are discussed as well as solutions such as trauma recovery centers, education and enlisting veterans and the elderly in helping children heal.

Unbroken with Max and Doug

Join Max as she interviews Doug, an SRA survivor, about his experiences growing up in a cult family in Australia. Doug explores the many healing modalities that helped him recover and he and Max connect in the ways they both worked on themselves in their journeys back to self.

Unbroken with Max and Jana

Max and Jana talk about trauma and the nervous system with a focus on healing and recovery. These two mental health professionals draw from their work with trauma as well as their own experiences in a rich discussion about being triggered, addressing our wounding and various therapies that can assist with healing from trauma both collective and individual.

Unbroken with Max and Rachel

Max and Rachel discuss Shame and how it has been engineered by Dark Forces as a tool of oppression and control. These ladies talk about their individual struggles with shame as well as how religion and society use shame and place it on the victim rather than the perpetrators. They also talk about the difference between shame and guilt and how they have been able to heal the shame inside them.

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