URGENT Warning Issued – Disturbing Threat Targeting Kids Discovered

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From social media “challenges” to websites luring the young toward pornography and other inappropriate content, the internet is a web of danger for the young.

It has long been agreed that parents should limit a child’s exposure to the Internet, and oversee their viewing of content. Concerns about children learning technology and the advent of entertainment through technology have made it difficult to monitor children’s exposure.

Now there is a new warning by the Federal Bureau of Investigation for parents to be extra vigilant after discovering a “satanic” pedophile extortion cult targeting young children online.

The FBI has issued a public warning specifically about this online threat.

The FBI public notice warned:

“The groups use extortion and blackmail tactics, such as threatening to SWAT or DOX the minor victims, if they do not comply with the groups’ requests, manipulate and extort minors into producing CSAM and videos depicting animal cruelty and self-harm.”

It continued:

“Self-harm activity includes cutting, stabbing, or fansigning. Members of the groups threaten to share sexually explicit videos or photos of the minor victims with their family, friends, and/or post to the internet.”

In the public notice, the FBI warned that the cult uses many names, including 76, 764, CVLT, Court, Kaskar, Harm Nation, Leak Society, and H3ll, and uses platforms such as Discord, Twitch, Soundcloud, Roblox, and Telegram to find new victims, also saying that the group “continuously evolve and form subgroups under different monikers.”

“To gain access to a majority of these groups, prospective members are required to live-stream or upload videos depicting their minor victims harming animals or committing self-harm, suicide, murder, or other acts of violence,” the FBI said. “The key motivators of these groups are to gain notoriety and rise in status within their groups.”

The FBI warned that the group targets minors between the ages of 8 and 17 years old and has a particular interest in racial minorities, LGBTQ+ youth, and those struggling with mental health disorders.

“The groups control their victims through extreme fear, and many members have an end-goal of forcing the minors they extort into committing suicide on live-stream for their own entertainment or their own sense of fame.”

The investigation into the satanic cult began with the arrest of 23 year old Angel Almeida in New York. Almeida was arrested on gun charges, but the investigating police quickly discovered the website 764, which has the many aliases, when lookin gat alarming social media posts made by Almeida.

Police also found items in the man’s apartment, including books pertaining to the Order of Nine Angles and a flag bearing the insignia of an American O9A offshoot, the Tempel of Blood.

The police were led to Almeida by a tipster who noticed his social media accounts. The accounts reportedly contained volent imagry against children and animals.

On September 12. the FBI issued their warning, saying that the cult is “deliberately targeting minor victims on publicly available messaging platforms to extort them into recording or livestreaming acts of self-harm and producing child sexual abuse material.”

The Guardian noted that the advisory is the first formal mention of 764 by any American law enforcement agency.

Almeida was also in possession of an O9A “blood covenant,” which features a blood-smeared drawing of a hooded figure with glowing red eyes surrounded with sigils for four O9A deities and the caption Vindex, Nythra, Satan and Abatu, the Guardian reported.

At the bottom of the page is an oath: ‘A covenant signed in blood. May the DEVIL walk with you always – SATANAE MANIBUS’ (“by Satan’s Hand” in Latin). Similar indicia have been found in possession of O9A-influenced killers in Britain and Canada,” the outlet added.
“Sources with knowledge of investigations into 764 indicate the group has a network of a couple thousand participants and hundreds of highly active members who generate and disseminate the bulk of the child pornography and gore videos found in the group’s channels on Telegram, Discord and more obscure platforms like Matrix,” the report continued.

The Guardian further reported:

“Documents and sources familiar with 764 indicate the group is an offshoot of the Order of Nine Angles (O9A), a violent, subversive amalgam of esoteric Hitler worship, Satanism, and Wiccan tenets that American authorities recognize as a terrorist ideology and that has been connected with murders and attempted terrorist attacks in countries including the US, Britain, Germany, Canada, and Russia.”

The New York Post reported that once the group ensnares its victims, they begin to threaten, intimidate, or blackmail them into recording acts of self-mutilation, animal abuse, sex acts, and even their own suicides.

A German teenager who is accused of murdering his foster family in Romania is suspected of participating in 764, according to Der Speigel and Romanian outlet Libertatea. There are other similar instances worldwide.

The FBI is urging victims to contact them at the Internet Crime Complaint Center at www.ic3.gov.

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