The jury in the trial of five people accused of using a black magic influenced cult to sexually abuse children and young adults in Carmarthenshire has found five defendents guilty of 39 serious sex offences.
At Swansea Crown Court, alleged cult leader Colin Batley, 48, was found guilty of 27 offences - including rape, buggery, indecency wih children and causing prostitution.
His wife, Elaine Batley, 47, was convicted of 5 offences, incuding indececy with a child and indecent assault.
Shelly Millar, 35, was convicted of two counts of indecency with children.
Jackie Marling, Batley's lover, was convicted of five offences - including aiding and abeiting rape and indecency with a child.
Peter Murphy QC, prosecuting, has alleged the four established their own religion - which preached free sex and was influenced by notorious English occultist Aleister Crowley.
The prosecution case is that the sex was established in members' homes in the tranquil Cararthenshire town of Kidwelly and children and young adults brought there were abused.
But alleged cult member Sandra Iveson, 45, was cleared of a single charge of indecency with a child.
Vincent Barden, 70, of Kempston, Bedfordshire, who was not a cult member, was also cleared of a single charge of rape.
Batley was jointly charged with Barden in connection with the rape and was also cleared of it.
But Barden had already admitted two counts of sexual assault on an under-age girl.
Both he, Batley and the other cult members will all be sentenced at Swansea Crown Court on Friday.
The jury today delivered guilty verdicts for almost every offence that the group faced.
In Batley's case it included 11 separate rapes, three indecent assaults, causing prostitution for personal gain, causing a child to have sex and inciting a child to have sex.
The jury also found him guilty of six counts of buggery and four counts of possessing indecent images of a child.
Judge Paul Thomas warned the group they all faced "lengthy jail terms".
As the convicted women were led away to the court's custody unit an argument erupted with several of them shouting and shrieking at one another.
The jury's verdict regarding all offences was reached today after four full days of deliberations and two half days.
During the trial, Batley was accused of using the cult as an excuse for its sexual depravity.
The jury heard that he first moved to Kidwelly from London and was followed successively by Marling and Millar and their partners, neither of whom figured in the trial.
Cult members would dress in hooded robes during occult rituals which usually took place before group sex.
A number of houses in the same cul-de-sac were used for the regular cult sex sessions.
Batley would read from the occult bible, The Book Of The Law, written more than a century ago by arch-Satanist Aleister Crowley.
He would also order cult members to have sex together and ensure that other members were present to film it.
The recorded material mentioned during the trial is believed to have been destroyed before his arrest.
Batley was apparently tipped off by friends in London about the impending raid on his home two days before his arrest.
But the evidence against him and other cult proved overwhelming during the trial.
Marling was found guilty of aiding and abetting rape, causing prostitution for gain, and inciting a child to engage in sex.
She was also convicted of three separate counts of indecency with a child.
By the time of his arrest Batley and his wife had separated and Marling had moved in with him.
Elaine Batley was today found guilty of three counts of indecency with a child and one of sexual activity with a child.
Shelly Millar was found guilty of indecency with a child and inciting a child to engage in sex.
Batley was said to have used the cult as a form of brainwashing to justify abuse to his victims.
One schoolboy, now an adult, told the trial Batley had repeatedly abused him as a child when he had access to him.
A schoolgirl, also now an adult, said she was forced into joining the cult through fear for her life.
Batley told her a cult assassin would kill her if she did not take part in an elaborate initiation ceremony.
It started with a 10 minute lecture on the occult by him but concluded with sex.
The schoolgirl was later ordered to Batley's home on regular occasions when she would have to give him sex.
She was also taken to Satanic sex parties where she would be passed round to have sex with strangers.
"I did it because I was told to by Colin," she sobbed while giving evidence against Batley via videolink during the trial.
The perverted events described in court took place over several decades in both Kidwelly and addresses in London.
Batley was arrested at his home in Kidwelly last summer where the cult itself was created and flourished under the unsuspecting noses of locals.
As the leader of the cult, Batley's dedication to Satanist material and Egyptian icons was well documented.
He bred rottweiler dogs from his home for cash, but kept two for personal safety which were named after ancient Egyptian royalty. He also bred cats which were given occult names.
Several of his victims were made to wear upside down crosses, and every home appears to have had at least one laminated copy of The Book of the Law.
Batley and the other convicted cult members will be sentenced at Swansea Crown Court on Friday.