I hope that some day a former inner circle member will tell us their experiences.
How do I know that Kaia Ra really survived what she writes about in the Preface of The Sophia Code? Why doesn’t she pursue legal action?
You are allowed to have your own feelings, thoughts, opinions, and judgments about the information Kaia Ra has shared about her life story. Of course we want to pursue legal recourse against the multiple parties involved, but at this time it is not possible to build such a case. We understand that the reality of what Kaia Ra has testified to is deeply disturbing and challenging to integrate upon hearing her story for the first time.
Kaia Ra founded The Sophia Code Foundation with a prayer for this ministry to serve the recovery of other survivors and to actively work on solutions that end human trafficking. If you would like to make a significant difference alongside Kaia Ra, please consider donating to The Sophia Code Foundation HERE.
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December 10, 2018 ·
Today is the day that I found out the truth about my biological mother. The one that I never met in person because she was murdered at the age of 15 in the same human trafficking military program that I was inducted into at birth.
Upon my earthly arrival, I was placed in the program of my “handler parents" and her womb became a distant dream that I would slowly begin to remember over the past 3 months.
I am integrating the shock of her murder and I am on holy fire with a renewed sense of peace. Staring at my birth certificate has a whole new meaning for me today. Liberation from the litany of project paperclip lies that were tortured into my body day after day.
Today is the day that I vacillated between crying and working all day long because there is nothing more important to me than birthing a Divine Feminine Christ revolution that ends child rape slave trafficking. In her honor. In my honor. In honor of humanity’s prayer to end this nightmare that’s catalyzing the remembrance of our divinity through the mirror of insanity.
Today is the day that I decided that I will finally tell the truth – the whole truth – of what I survived and nothing less than that whole story in my next book. This truth is going to kill me from the inside out if I don’t write it out of my body. I’m not interested in lessening the blow of reality for anyone else anymore.
I don’t care how uncomfortable it makes people anymore. I’m now more interested in my own liberation and fulfilling my voracious prayer for more life. Fuck the unspoken silent agreement of our rape-addicted global culture. I want to live. Today I want to live more than ever before. In honor of what she survived to ensure that I would arrive.
Today is the day that I could finally hear her singular voice as one of the millions of angels and masters that constantly surround me in this mission. And her voice is the sweetest and most constant angel of them all.
I love you Constance. My dearest mother, your angelic sacrifice will be humanity’s victory. In your name, Amen.
Please read Kaia Ra’s Official #metoo statement below, which poignantly highlights her position on solely using the word ‘rape’ to identify all acts of rape consciousness:
“I love the intention of the #metoo movement — but it's actually providing for us a poignant mirror for how much deeper our collective dialogue and healing about this important subject matter still has to go. As a survivor of 18 years of systemic rape, military torture, and human trafficking, I know firsthand that there is no such thing as "sexual assault" or "molestation". In a knee-jerk reaction to unconsciously held shame, humanity uses these words as euphemisms to minimize its addiction to hiding the reality of rape consciousness and rape culture.
Kaia Ra never goes into any detail at all about how she escaped these supposed trafficking and military programs. No details. I've read many memoirs of real cult survivors who have escaped, she has nothing in common with those. Actual survivors have specifics. She also is not providing any type of encouragement or road map for other people who may have to flee abusive situations.