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PostPosted: Thu Oct 29, 2015 6:04 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

One man's God is another's Devil:

'Indian cult kills children for goddess':
http://www.theguardian.com/world/2006/mar/05/india.theobserver

' painted image of the Hindu goddess Kali is propped up against a stone in the dirt, her long red tongue goading terrified worshippers into submission. From one of her eight flailing arms a severed head dangles, her neck is adorned by a necklace of bleached human skulls.
There are bloodstains on the cracked wall behind the terrible postcard-size image and, around the dark room, splattered gore on the heavy wooden furniture. These dark marks bear witness to a child sacrificed in the name of the abominable goddess.

Through the doorway, in the distance, colourfully dressed women are bent double, toiling in the fields, their faces worn and wrinkled from the sun, their hands cracked from digging at the dry earth from dawn until dusk.

It's an intolerable life in the remote village of Barha, a squalid collection of mud-bricked farmers' dwellings in the heart of the impoverished province of Khurja, Uttar Pradesh. This corner of rural India is a lawless place of superstitions and deep prejudice. The region, known for its sugarcane, is a tortuous eight-hour drive from Delhi and a lifetime away from the 21st century.




In Bulandshahr, the nearest town of any description, locals whispered darkly of happenings in Barha. Their advice was unanimous: 'Don't go. It is an evil place. The people there are cursed.'

Sumitra Bushan, 43, who lived in Barha for most of her life, certainly thought she was cursed. Her husband had long abandoned her, leaving her with debts and a life of servitude in the sugarcane fields. Her sons, Satbir, 27, and Sanjay, 23, were regarded as layabouts. Life was bad but then the nightmares and terrifying visions of Kali allegedly began, not just for Sumitra but her entire family.

She consulted a tantrik, a travelling 'holy man' who came to the village occasionally, dispensing advice and putrid medicines from the rusty amulets around his neck.

His guidance to Sumitra was to slaughter a chicken at the entrance to her home and offer the blood and remains to the goddess. She did so but the nightmares continued and she began waking up screaming in the heat of the night and returned to the priest. 'For the sake of your family,' he told her, 'you must sacrifice another, a boy from your village.'

Ten days ago Sumitra and her two sons crept to their neighbour's home and abducted three-year-old Aakash Singh as he slept. They dragged him into their home and the eldest son performed a puja ceremony, reciting a mantra and waving incense. Sumitra smeared sandalwood paste and globules of ghee over the terrified child's body. The two men then used a knife to slice off the child's nose, ears and hands before laying him, bleeding, in front of Kali's image.

In the morning Sumitra told villagers she had found Aakash's body outside her house. But they attacked and beat her sons who allegedly confessed. 'I killed the boy so my mother could be safe,' Sanjay screamed. All three are now in prison, having escaped lynch mob justice. The tantrik has yet to be found....'

Same s**t, different continent; but:
I got the link from 'Hampstead Research', which posts information relative to the alleged Satanic Riiitual Abuse case in Hampstead; apparently 3 of the alleged cult members are Sri Lankans:
'The cult: the Sri Lankan connection':
http://www.hampsteadresearch.com/2015/10/29/the-cult-the-sri-lankan-co nnection/

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PostPosted: Wed Jan 06, 2016 1:46 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Quite busy during the Roman Republic!

FOUND 40ft under ruins: Ancient 'black magic' pagan worship room built by mysterious cult
http://www.express.co.uk/news/world/621488/Ancient-black-magic-pagan-w orship-room-mysterious-cult-Rome
A SECRET underground pagan worship chamber with blood-red walls built by a mysterious long-lost cult has dumbfounded historians.
By OLI SMITH
PUBLISHED: 17:59, Mon, Nov 23, 2015
The secret underground pagan worship room with blood-red walls builtGETTY
The secret underground pagan worship room with blood-red walls built by a mysterious long-lost cult
The stunning underground basilica has been unveiled for the first time in 2,000 years after its eerie discovery under Roman ruins.

The esoteric cult church room, which predates Christainity, is the only one of its kind in the world.

The incredible space was uncovered by accident in 1917 and features gods and cherubs lavishly etched onto its walls.

The architectural site, built as a place of worship for a pagan cult in Rome, 40ft below the city, has long baffled historians.

Some of the gods and classical heroes identified on the walls include Achilles, Orpheus, Paris and Hercules.

At the entrance is a head of Medusa and, inside, the walls are painted red at the base, alongside images of centaurs, griffins and satyrs.

The esoteric cult church room, IG
The esoteric cult church room, which predates Christainity, is the only one of its kind in the world
The cult was branded asIG
The cult was branded as 'occult worshippers' and followers of 'illicit rites'.
Now, historians believe that the room was built by the influential Statilius family for followers of Neopythagoreanism, a mystical school of Hellenistic philosophy that preached asceticism.

The little-known cult was based on the writings and doctrines of Pythagoras and Plato.

But, the mother of Emperor Nero, Agrippina, accused the family of black magic and the head of the family Titus Statilius Taurus was investigated by the Senate.

The ruthless mother also branded the cult as 'occult worshippers' and followers of 'illicit rites'.

The chamber space has been painstakingly restored over the past decade
Titus Statilius Taurus claimed innocence but committed suicide in AD53 as the cult was hunted down and destroyed.

Dr Giovanna Bandini, the director of the site, explained: "There were lots of cults worshipped at the time and the empire was in general fairly tolerant towards them.

"But this one was seen as a threat because it discounted the idea of the emperor as a divine mediator between mortals and the gods.”

Dr Bandini added: "This place is unique in the Roman world in terms of its architecture and design. It was a precursor to the basilicas built during the Christian era, centuries later."


The chamber space has been painstakingly restored over the past decade and has since been opened to the public for the first time.

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PostPosted: Wed Jan 06, 2016 6:08 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Satanism: Exposing Devil Worship Underground - Documentary Film:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CWIDBFcVHOo

'Published on 2 Mar 2015


Satanism: Exposing Devil Worship Underground - Amazing Documentary Film

Satanism includes symbolic association with, or admiration for, Satan, whom Satanists see as a liberating and also inspiring number. There could now be as several as one hundred thousand Satanists in the globe.
Particularly after the European Enlightenment, some jobs, such as Paradise Lost, were used up by Romantics and called presenting the biblical Satan as an allegory standing for a dilemma of faith, individualism, free will, knowledge as well as knowledge. Those works really showcasing Satan as a heroic personality are fewer in number yet do exist [citation required] George Bernard Shaw and also Mark Twain (cf. Letters from the Earth) consisted of such characterizations in their works long prior to religious Satanists took up the pen. After that, Satan and also Satanism began to obtain a new significance outside of Christianity.

Satanist groups that appeared after the 1960s are extensively diverse, but two significant trends are theistic Satanism as well as atheistic Satanism. Theistic Satanists admire Satan as a mythological divine being, watching him not as omnipotent but instead as a patriarch. In contrast,
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Ev'rybody must get stones
Nick Cohen
The New Age crankiness of the Prime Minister and his wife could be a blessing in disguise
Sunday 8 December 2002 14.55 GMT First published on Sunday 8 December 2002 14.55 GMT

'The most accessible entrance into the Blairs' spirit world of paganism, spiritualism, pseudo-science and quackery is through a chat with Cherie's 'homeopathic dowser healer' - one Jack Temple, aged 86. Temple is the possessor of a 'Neolithic stone circle', which, he assured me, captures the healing energies of the stars, sun and moon and holds them for the benefit of his paying customers. He discovered the 'magic' stones in Pembrokeshire and transported them in two lorries to his home in Pyrford, near Woking, Surrey.
'I'm sorry,' I interrupted. 'The local authority and the National Trust allowed you to run off with an ancient stone circle?'

'The stones weren't in a circle,' he explained. 'They had been cleared so the field could be worked. They were dumped in a ditch and a farmer sold them to me.'

'I see. A farmer said a load of old rubble was once a Stone Age religious site and you paid ready money to get your hands on it. How did you know the stones were genuine stones, so to speak?'

An irritated note entered Temple's voice. 'I dowsed them with my magic pendulum, of course. I made the amazing discovery that each of the 16 stones relieved stress in different parts of the body - the muscles, the brain and so on.' After he moved the stones to Surrey, Temple went to the garden centre and used his pendulum to divine the aura of the herb and alpines section. The trial of the plants was merciless. He found only wild strawberries had the strength to 'contain nature's energy generated by the stone circle'.

Temple duly planted his circle with strawberries. He will sell you a small packet of their dried leaves for £10 (plus £1 p&p). It's a bargain, as Cherie Blair knows. Temple said in his autobiography Medicine Man : 'I believe I've helped the lame to walk, the barren to conceive, and the sad to smile. I've been able to reflate the lungs of children previously condemned to a life constricted by asthma. I've even seen the bald pates of middle-aged and elderly men begin to spring hair growth again.'

Don't mock him. Fergie and, inevitably, the late Princess Di have acclaimed him as a healing genius. Temple is happy to allow everyone to share the inner harmony of royalty and the Blairs. For £85 he will sell you a pile of stones and instructions on how to lay them out in the garden. (This time he doesn't mention the cost of the post and packing, which I suspect will be steep.)

Cherie Blair was introduced to the doddering dowser by Sylvia and Carole Caplin. Sylvia, 67, is a former ballet dancer turned spiritualist. On 11 November, the Daily Mail published an extraordinary piece. According to a former client, Caplin Senior 'can bring the light down' and open channels with the dead. Mrs Blair regularly visits the mystic's £500,000 house in a gated park in Dorking. It, too, is filled with stones. 'There was a particularly active period in the summer when Sylvia was channelling for Cherie over two or three times a week, with almost daily contact between them,' the Mail reported. 'There were times when Cherie's faxes ran to 10 pages.'

This can't possibly be true, I thought. I phoned Downing Street and asked if they denied the story. The press officer promised to call back, but never did. I checked if the Mail had received a complaint. The paper hadn't heard a squeak of protest. I think we can take the silence as a confirmation.

Caplin's daughter is the former soft-porn model who became Mrs and Mr Blair's style guru and confidante in 1994. She has been a lady in waiting at the New Labour court since. Her boyfriend is Peter Foster, an Australian fraudster with a criminal record that goes back to 1983. After a week of stupendous lies, the Blairs admitted Foster had somehow secured them two flats in Bristol at £69,000 off the market price - or about three times the annual pay of a fire officer.

The mother is as alarming as her daughter's crooked lover. Cherie evidently believes Caplin senior is in touch with the other side, and Caplin may well believe she can natter with the dead herself. None of her clients has suggested she played on their fear and credulity. But, so what? Whether she is a sincere fool or a sly fraud doesn't matter. A con's a con whatever the mental state of the con woman. What spiritualists say is a lie whether they know it or not.

Modern spiritualism began in 1848 when two sisters from New York State announced that they had received coded tapping messages from the ghost of a murdered peddler. The scam was a great success. For 40 years Margaret and Katherine Fox made a good living from a fraud which inspired mediums the world over. At the end of their lives the Foxes admitted that the knocking sounds seance-goers had heard were made by Margaret - who had mastered the knack of snapping her toes. Their belated honesty did no good and spiritualism continued to flourish.

Given its history, why does Cherie believe it? Well she is a Catholic and her husband is an Anglo-Catholic, and if you can believe that wine and a wafer are the blood and body of Christ you can believe anything. Or, indeed, everything. Until now, there has been an averting of well-bred eyes from the superstitions of our creepy PM and his gullible wife.

A year ago, the Times printed the following account of what they did on their summer holidays at the luxurious Maroma Hotel on Mexico's Caribbean coast. The Blairs visited a 'Temazcal', a steam bath enclosed in a brick pyramid. It was dusk and they had stripped down to their swimming costumes. Inside, they met Nancy Aguilar, a new-age therapist. She told them that the pyramid was a Mayan womb in which they would be reborn. The Blairs saw the shapes of animals in the steam and experienced 'inner-feelings and visions'. They smeared each other with melon, papaya and mud from the jungle, and then let out a primal scream of purifying agony. No one followed-up the Times's scoop - deference is not as dead as some people would have you think.

When the Blairs moved into Downing Street, a feng shui expert rearranged the furniture at Number 10. Cherie wears a 'magic pendant' known as the BioElectric Shield, which is filled with 'a matrix of specially cut quartz crystals' that surround the wearer with 'a cocoon of energy' and ward off evil forces. (It was given to her by Hillary Clinton, another political spouse who combines the characteristic Third Way vices of sharp prac tice and bone-headedness.) Then there have been inflatable Flowtron trousers, auricular therapy and acupuncture pins in the ear.

New Age Labour has spilled out of Downing Street and blighted public policy. In January 1999, for instance, the Government recruited a feng shui consultant, Renuka Wickmaratne, to discover a magical way to improve inner-city estates without raising taxes.

'Red and orange flowers would reduce crime,' she concluded, 'and introducing a water feature would reduce poverty. I was brought up with this ancient knowledge.' Three years later the Government announced that, for the first time since the creation of the NHS, 'alternative' remedies could be granted the same status as conventional treatments, despite the absence of evidence that they might cure the sick. According to the Sunday Times, 'The inclusion of Indian ayurvedic medicine, a preventative approach to healing using diet, yoga and meditation, is thought to have been influenced by Cherie Blair's interest in alternative therapy.'

The Blairs' interest, along with that of Di and Fergie (in mystics as well as allegedly neolithic circles), of Prince Phillip (a subscriber to Flying Saucer Review since the magazine began publication in the mid-1950s) and of Margaret Thatcher (in electro-shock bath therapy), show that superstition isn't always the preserve of the hopeless poor. It can appeal to the feeble-minded everywhere, from the 'anarcho-primitives' of the anti-capitalist movement to the supposedly tough Tories who turn from the exposés of the Blairs at the front of the Mail to friendly discussions of how the Bible Code predicted whatever happened last week at the back.

Nothing worth having can come from their babblings, and not only because 10 Downing Street is beginning to look like a tsar's court filled with shamans and holy-rolling petty criminals.

At the heart of New Age crankiness is a deep selfishness. The treatments favoured by the Blairs and so many from their natural constituency in the upper-middle class promise to release the true self, heal the abused self, pamper the stressed self and reassure the doubting self that deep down inside there is good. Others don't get a look in.

The only possible benefit is that at least I will stop hearing Labour MPs saying that Cherie will keep Tony's feet on the ground and make him stick to socialist principles. What's left of the Labour movement is going to have to face the weirdness of its leading couple without illusion and, I hope, purify itself by colonically irrigating the Blairs out of the system.

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PostPosted: Mon Jul 03, 2017 9:37 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Ev'rybody must get stones
Nick Cohen
The New Age crankiness of the Prime Minister and his wife could be a blessing in disguise
Sunday 8 December 2002 14.55 GMT First published on Sunday 8 December 2002 14.55 GMT

'The most accessible entrance into the Blairs' spirit world of paganism, spiritualism, pseudo-science and quackery is through a chat with Cherie's 'homeopathic dowser healer' - one Jack Temple, aged 86. Temple is the possessor of a 'Neolithic stone circle', which, he assured me, captures the healing energies of the stars, sun and moon and holds them for the benefit of his paying customers. He discovered the 'magic' stones in Pembrokeshire and transported them in two lorries to his home in Pyrford, near Woking, Surrey.
'I'm sorry,' I interrupted. 'The local authority and the National Trust allowed you to run off with an ancient stone circle?'

'The stones weren't in a circle,' he explained. 'They had been cleared so the field could be worked. They were dumped in a ditch and a farmer sold them to me.'

'I see. A farmer said a load of old rubble was once a Stone Age religious site and you paid ready money to get your hands on it. How did you know the stones were genuine stones, so to speak?'

An irritated note entered Temple's voice. 'I dowsed them with my magic pendulum, of course. I made the amazing discovery that each of the 16 stones relieved stress in different parts of the body - the muscles, the brain and so on.' After he moved the stones to Surrey, Temple went to the garden centre and used his pendulum to divine the aura of the herb and alpines section. The trial of the plants was merciless. He found only wild strawberries had the strength to 'contain nature's energy generated by the stone circle'.

Temple duly planted his circle with strawberries. He will sell you a small packet of their dried leaves for £10 (plus £1 p&p). It's a bargain, as Cherie Blair knows. Temple said in his autobiography Medicine Man : 'I believe I've helped the lame to walk, the barren to conceive, and the sad to smile. I've been able to reflate the lungs of children previously condemned to a life constricted by asthma. I've even seen the bald pates of middle-aged and elderly men begin to spring hair growth again.'

Don't mock him. Fergie and, inevitably, the late Princess Di have acclaimed him as a healing genius. Temple is happy to allow everyone to share the inner harmony of royalty and the Blairs. For £85 he will sell you a pile of stones and instructions on how to lay them out in the garden. (This time he doesn't mention the cost of the post and packing, which I suspect will be steep.)

Cherie Blair was introduced to the doddering dowser by Sylvia and Carole Caplin. Sylvia, 67, is a former ballet dancer turned spiritualist. On 11 November, the Daily Mail published an extraordinary piece. According to a former client, Caplin Senior 'can bring the light down' and open channels with the dead. Mrs Blair regularly visits the mystic's £500,000 house in a gated park in Dorking. It, too, is filled with stones. 'There was a particularly active period in the summer when Sylvia was channelling for Cherie over two or three times a week, with almost daily contact between them,' the Mail reported. 'There were times when Cherie's faxes ran to 10 pages.'

This can't possibly be true, I thought. I phoned Downing Street and asked if they denied the story. The press officer promised to call back, but never did. I checked if the Mail had received a complaint. The paper hadn't heard a squeak of protest. I think we can take the silence as a confirmation.

Caplin's daughter is the former soft-porn model who became Mrs and Mr Blair's style guru and confidante in 1994. She has been a lady in waiting at the New Labour court since. Her boyfriend is Peter Foster, an Australian fraudster with a criminal record that goes back to 1983. After a week of stupendous lies, the Blairs admitted Foster had somehow secured them two flats in Bristol at £69,000 off the market price - or about three times the annual pay of a fire officer.

The mother is as alarming as her daughter's crooked lover. Cherie evidently believes Caplin senior is in touch with the other side, and Caplin may well believe she can natter with the dead herself. None of her clients has suggested she played on their fear and credulity. But, so what? Whether she is a sincere fool or a sly fraud doesn't matter. A con's a con whatever the mental state of the con woman. What spiritualists say is a lie whether they know it or not.

Modern spiritualism began in 1848 when two sisters from New York State announced that they had received coded tapping messages from the ghost of a murdered peddler. The scam was a great success. For 40 years Margaret and Katherine Fox made a good living from a fraud which inspired mediums the world over. At the end of their lives the Foxes admitted that the knocking sounds seance-goers had heard were made by Margaret - who had mastered the knack of snapping her toes. Their belated honesty did no good and spiritualism continued to flourish.

Given its history, why does Cherie believe it? Well she is a Catholic and her husband is an Anglo-Catholic, and if you can believe that wine and a wafer are the blood and body of Christ you can believe anything. Or, indeed, everything. Until now, there has been an averting of well-bred eyes from the superstitions of our creepy PM and his gullible wife.

A year ago, the Times printed the following account of what they did on their summer holidays at the luxurious Maroma Hotel on Mexico's Caribbean coast. The Blairs visited a 'Temazcal', a steam bath enclosed in a brick pyramid. It was dusk and they had stripped down to their swimming costumes. Inside, they met Nancy Aguilar, a new-age therapist. She told them that the pyramid was a Mayan womb in which they would be reborn. The Blairs saw the shapes of animals in the steam and experienced 'inner-feelings and visions'. They smeared each other with melon, papaya and mud from the jungle, and then let out a primal scream of purifying agony. No one followed-up the Times's scoop - deference is not as dead as some people would have you think.

When the Blairs moved into Downing Street, a feng shui expert rearranged the furniture at Number 10. Cherie wears a 'magic pendant' known as the BioElectric Shield, which is filled with 'a matrix of specially cut quartz crystals' that surround the wearer with 'a cocoon of energy' and ward off evil forces. (It was given to her by Hillary Clinton, another political spouse who combines the characteristic Third Way vices of sharp prac tice and bone-headedness.) Then there have been inflatable Flowtron trousers, auricular therapy and acupuncture pins in the ear.

New Age Labour has spilled out of Downing Street and blighted public policy. In January 1999, for instance, the Government recruited a feng shui consultant, Renuka Wickmaratne, to discover a magical way to improve inner-city estates without raising taxes.

'Red and orange flowers would reduce crime,' she concluded, 'and introducing a water feature would reduce poverty. I was brought up with this ancient knowledge.' Three years later the Government announced that, for the first time since the creation of the NHS, 'alternative' remedies could be granted the same status as conventional treatments, despite the absence of evidence that they might cure the sick. According to the Sunday Times, 'The inclusion of Indian ayurvedic medicine, a preventative approach to healing using diet, yoga and meditation, is thought to have been influenced by Cherie Blair's interest in alternative therapy.'

The Blairs' interest, along with that of Di and Fergie (in mystics as well as allegedly neolithic circles), of Prince Phillip (a subscriber to Flying Saucer Review since the magazine began publication in the mid-1950s) and of Margaret Thatcher (in electro-shock bath therapy), show that superstition isn't always the preserve of the hopeless poor. It can appeal to the feeble-minded everywhere, from the 'anarcho-primitives' of the anti-capitalist movement to the supposedly tough Tories who turn from the exposés of the Blairs at the front of the Mail to friendly discussions of how the Bible Code predicted whatever happened last week at the back.

Nothing worth having can come from their babblings, and not only because 10 Downing Street is beginning to look like a tsar's court filled with shamans and holy-rolling petty criminals.

At the heart of New Age crankiness is a deep selfishness. The treatments favoured by the Blairs and so many from their natural constituency in the upper-middle class promise to release the true self, heal the abused self, pamper the stressed self and reassure the doubting self that deep down inside there is good. Others don't get a look in.

The only possible benefit is that at least I will stop hearing Labour MPs saying that Cherie will keep Tony's feet on the ground and make him stick to socialist principles. What's left of the Labour movement is going to have to face the weirdness of its leading couple without illusion and, I hope, purify itself by colonically irrigating the Blairs out of the system.

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'Celebrities talk about the devil and selling their soul':

Link

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Satanic music and media industry - As seen on
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Wilfred Wong Campaigner on Satanist Ritual Abuse and Child Sex Abuse
http://www.blogtalkradio.com/freedomtalkradioonline/2017/10/12/wilfred -wong-campaigner-on-satanist-ritual-abuse-and-child-sex-abuse
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Wilfred Wong has 24 years experience as a Campaigner on Satanist Ritual Abuse and Child Sex Abuse. He is a former Barrister and has in the past successfully campaigned to change some of the laws on child protection in the UK, to make them stronger and more effective.

The first SRA case that Wilfred became extensively involved with was in Scotland in 1994. It was his introduction to the coverups and indifference on the part of the Scottish authorities, that enables SRA to flourish and grow in Scotland.

Ironically, while the Government has recognised Satanism officially, it has not recognised the Satanist ritual abuse (SRA) in which many of them are involved.

Some Members of Parliament and some officials with influence over police and public bodies are involved in SRA. Abusive Satanists seek power and seek to transform society. They are nothing like the “ordinary” people who engage in child abuse, because those ordinary abusers do not seek power.

The Satanic element is, as it were, an extra element on top of the abuse of children, one which gives it a perverse religious significance.

Geoffrey Dickens reported that children were being Satanically abused and murdered in the 1980s

http://tapnewswire.com/2014/12/geoffrey-dickens-reported-that-children -were-being-satanically-abused-and-murdered-in-the-1980s/

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I cancelled this quote. Seems I no longer have the 'x' button to delete my comments.
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PostPosted: Sun Aug 19, 2018 10:52 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Why are Satanic worshippers using a goat-man statue of Baphomet against Arkansas Christians?

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Baphomet statue: How Satanic worshippers are using a goat-headed creature against conservative Arkansas Christians

The bronze, goat-headed figure has become a political weapon for the Satanic group

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The Satanic Temple has become a thorn in the side of conservative officials hoping to preserve a newly-erected religious statue in Arkansas.

The organisation, which doubles as a non theistic religion and political activist group, has repeatedly condemned a decision to unveil a Ten Commandments monument outside of the Arkansas state capitol building last year.

Its most shocking demonstration arrived this week in the form of a monument of its own: Satanists carried an over eight-foot tall bronze statue depicting Baphomet — a goat-headed devil figure — to the state capitol building on Thursday, drawing Christian counter-protestors and backlash from Republican officials.

"It will be a very cold day in hell before an offensive statue will be forced upon us to be permanently erected on the grounds of the Arkansas State Capitol," said Jason Rapert, a Republican senator who described the Satanists as “extremists.”

Mr Rapert sponsored a bill proposing the Ten Commandments monument be erected on the grounds of the capitol building in 2017.

The Baphomet monument was only temporarily allowed near the capitol building, but the Satanic Temple has called on local officials to make it a permanent structure.

"If you’re going to have one religious monument up then it should be open to others," said Ivy Forrester, Satanic Arkansas co-founder. "If you don’t agree with that then let’s just not have any at all."

It’s not the first time the Satanic Temple has brought Baphomet around to make political statements. The statue also made an appearance in Detroit on 25 July 2015, to protest against another Ten Commandments monument which had been erected on the grounds of the Oklahoma State Capitol.

"We chose Baphomet because of its contemporary relation to the figure of Satan and find its symbolism to be appropriate if displayed alongside a monument representing another faith," the Satanic Temple said in a statement at the time.

After the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) sued the state, the Supreme Court deemed the religious monument was unconstitutional since it had been erected on government grounds.

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This time around, the Satanic Temple has asked to join a lawsuit from the ACLU, which seeks to remove the latest Ten Commandments monument from the Arkansas capitol building. The ACLU requested the court block the Satanic Temple from joining its suit, however.

The group’s protests over religious monuments have virtually all been peaceful. Its website reads "The Satanic Temple holds to the basic premise that undue suffering is bad, and that which reduces suffering is good. We do not believe in symbolic 'evil.'"

On Thursday, just one demonstrator was removed from the area as they were yelling during the protest. Nearly 150 people continued the event as planned.

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PostPosted: Sun Nov 11, 2018 3:41 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Former Satanist Warns Christians about Celebrating Halloween
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Should Christians celebrate Halloween? Opinions differ between Christian leaders, lay people and church members.

According to a CBN News Facebook poll, 87% of believers feel that Christians should not celebrate Halloween, while 13% believe it's okay.

Former Satanist John Ramirez recently joined Charlene Aaron on CBN News' Prayer Link to talk about Christians and Halloween.

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"I was a general to the kingdom of darkness in witchcraft," Ramirez said. "I would sit with the Devil and talk to him like I'm talking to you today. It was that kind of communication. It was that kind of relationship."

Ramirez warns Halloween isn't just about costumes and candy – there's a much darker reality.

"Sometimes people say, 'I celebrated Halloween 10 years ago, I did this 15 years ago, I did this 20 years ago.' But the door's still open. You just cursed your family from three to four generations," Ramirez told CBN News.

"You have to be aware it's a curse. You have to go back to the place where you started, that year that you started that Halloween thing, the celebration when you started having that encounter with the dark side. You have to go back to that same spot and renounce and renounce it in the name of Jesus Christ and ask God to forgive you for that so that God can have mercy and close that door so your whole family can move forward," he continued.

READ: Paganism and Witchcraft: The Dark Reality of Halloween

Ramirez, now a pastor, knows all about the dark reality of Halloween. He once sacrificed animals as part of satanic rituals and his friends even knew him as "Lucifer's son."

Now as a born again believer, he strongly warns Christians against celebrating Halloween and participating in harvest festivals.

"The only harvest we should celebrate is the harvest of souls," he adds.

Ramirez says that in his opinion the other events Christians hold instead of Halloween, such as "Trunk or Treat" nights, are really no different.

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"Do you know any Satanists who say, 'Hey, we're going to come into Good Friday and we're going to hang out with the Christians and we're just going to call it a different name?"

However, Pastor Alan Rudnick believes that Christians should take back Halloween.

"Halloween is often associated with the pagan concept of Samhain, the festival where ancient pagans believed that the worlds of the living and dead would have been thinly divided," he writes on his blog. "But, we have seen from the other ancient pagan festivals associated with Christmas and Easter that these pagan connections do not serve as a reason why we cannot celebrate a Christian holiday."

According to the website Equipping Godly Women, Halloween can be a good opportunity for outreach and to teach about good vs. evil.

However, Anton LaVey, the late founder of the Church of Satan, once said he took joy in believers taking part in the tradition.

"I am glad that Christian parents let their children worship the devil at least one night out of the year," he said. "Welcome to Halloween."

***Originally published October 28, 2017.

You can watch the entire Prayer Link interview with Ramirez here:



Ramirez shares more about his warnings regarding Halloween here:




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PostPosted: Sun Nov 11, 2018 4:32 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Paganism and Witchcraft: The Dark Reality of Halloween
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Millions of people will be celebrating Halloween on Tuesday, October 31, including many Christians.

Halloween is the second largest commercial holiday in America grossing $8 billion in sales.

Some parents will dress up their children in costumes ranging from princesses to goblins and go trick-or-treating. However, many do not realize there's a darker reality to this celebration and it is steeped in paganism and witchcraft.


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Halloween, or All Hallow's Eve, originated in the ancient Celtic festival Samhain, which means "end of summer."

According to the Encyclopedia Britannica, the souls of the dead were supposed to revisit their homes and many people believed that ghosts, witches, goblins, black cats, fairies, and demons roamed the earth.

So, in order to protect their families and livestock during the coming dark winter months, the Celts invoked the help of their gods with animal sacrifices.

However, the holiday took a different turn when Christians arrived on the scene and began celebrating All Soul's Day.

All Soul's Day was a time when Christians would commemorate and pray for the souls of believers who had died. In the Western Christian practice, the celebration began at a prayer service on the evening of October 31 and ended November 2.

During this time, the poor would visit the houses of wealthier families to receive little pastries called "soul cakes" in exchange for a promise to pray for the family's dead relatives.

Eventually, the festivities evolved into people dressing up and singing songs in exchange for treats.

CBN News' Charlene Aaron interviewed former Satanist John Ramirez, who warned that Christians should have nothing to do with practicing pagan customs.

"Halloween is the most diabolical demonic holiday," he said.

He explains Christians should not be deceived when celebrating Halloween alternatives.

"Why would you pick a day...October 31st and then you're going to call it 'harvest'? You going to dress people up. You going to bring candy. What is the difference between that and Halloween?," he asked.



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'Yes, things are getting DEMONIC: Middle school girls planned to kill classmates, drink their blood in the name of Satan':
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'...“They noted that they wanted to kill at least 15 people and were waiting in the bathroom to find smaller kids that they could overpower to be their victims,” stated Bartow Police Chief Joe Hall to ABCActionNews.com.

“I believe that these two small children – I’m going to call them small children, they are only 11 and 12 – seriously sat down and plotted to do bodily harm to another student at school,” he added.

According to media reports, the two girls were found in the bathroom holding a goblet that a school administrator suspected was being used to drink alcohol. But after the girls were taken in for questioning, they openly revealed that the plan was to siphon the blood from their fellow students’ bodies and drink it out of the goblet.

The girls also had with them an arsenal of weaponry, including knives, a knife sharpener, scissors, and a pizza cutter. Messages later intercepted between the two revealed that their plan was to butcher students using these tools, drink their blood and eat their flesh, and leave various body parts strewn about the school’s entrance before ultimately committing suicide themselves.

How are 11- and 12-year-olds coming to the conclusion that they want to worship Satan?


An arrest affidavit explained that the planned killing of all these students by the two girls was their way of making themselves “worse sinners ensuring that after they committed suicide … (they) would go to hell so they could be with Satan.”

Neither of the girls’ parents say they knew anything about their daughters’ apparent love affair with the prince of darkness, nor is there any indication as to why these girls, who haven’t even reached puberty, somehow came to the conclusion that they wanted to worship Satan as their lord and god.

While it’s great news that the girls were caught before they were able to carry out their evil plans, the fact that children this young who should still have at least some semblance of innocence are embracing satanism, murder, and cannibalism has deeply disturbing implications for American society....'

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Netflix and Warner Bros settle with The Satanic Temple over use of goat statue in Sabrina series
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A 2.13m high statue of a winged, goat-headed deity raises two fingers while a boy and girl watch
PHOTO: The bronze statue of Baphomet the Satanic Temple says was copied. (Reuters: Ted Siefer)

Netflix and Warner Bros have settled with a Satanic group that attempted to sue the production company for $US50 million ($68.95 million) for images used in its new Chilling Adventures of Sabrina series.

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The group sued the production companies for using images of their Baphomet statue
Founder Lucien Greaves said the statue has been acknowledged in the credits of episodes already filmed
He said the group has been "flooded with hate mail" since the lawsuit was publicised
On Thursday (local time) The Satanic Temple founder Lucien Greaves released a statement that the lawsuit filed against Warner Bros and Netflix had been "amicably settled".

"The unique elements of the Satanic Temple's Baphomet statue have been acknowledged in the credits of episodes which have already been filmed," Mr Greaves said.

"The remaining terms of the settlement are subject to a confidentiality agreement."

Mr Greaves used the announcement to also take a swing at critics and address some of the "hate mail" he received.

"Surprisingly, to me, however, there were also a large number of people who flooded us with hate mail and armchair legal analysis," he said.

"I have gotten quite a bit of hate mail from people seemingly basic enough to conceive of the situation as one in which a large powerful Satanic organisation is using its might to bully an uncertain and innocent teenage witch who has just been newly exposed to the wide, cruel world.

"One email implored me to not 'ruin' a show that 'just tries to bring joy into the world'."


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So ends one of the most overpublicized of copyright claims. Press can now stop pretending this was unique & momentous, or even interesting. So, too, hopefully ends the parade of stupidity from online amateur legal experts.https://www.patheos.com/blogs/infernal/2018/11/the-satanic-tem ple-amicably-settles-lawsuit-against-warner-brother-netflix/ …
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The plaintiff, which said it encouraged benevolence and empathy among people rejecting tyrannical authority, accused the defendants of copyright infringement, trademark violations and injury to its reputation.

As well as the large payout, the group, whose formal name is United Federation of Churches LLC, also wanted the show edited to remove the contentious statue.

It has appeared in at least four of the 10 episodes and was a "key element" of the season finale, The Satanic Temple, at the time of the filing of the lawsuit.

A Warner spokesman said the settlement was amicable.

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