I recently had a post on satanic incantation on Donald Trump – and saw that some persons took offence – at me for bringing the primitive incantation invented by a primitive feminist singer!
My first reaction was: Finally, I have been able to awaken some dormant individuals to see what the NWO really is: Satanism. I have so often called the NWO satanic – Lucifer at large – without this having made any impression.
Satanism is spreading like wildfire in the US and Hollywood – and then we know from experience that it will shortly spread to culture-/faithless, US imitating Europe.
Against satanism in an immune deficient society there is just one remedy: The absolute opposite of Satan, Jesus Christ, the person against whom satanism is waging a religious war by the Jewish Pharisaic Rabbis and their Freemasonic errand boys by means of the primitive Babylonian mysteries for the elite, the Baal Cult – and drugs, rock and sex for the idiots.
Overall, Lies (John (8:44) are emanating from Satan to his disciples – in a succesful attempt to stifle the irrefutable truth: That Jesus Christ is the only living being who was killed and provably resurrected form the dead.
Now the Temple of Satan is a successful rival of LaVey´s Church of Satan.
And it is smarter: Its leader says he does not believe in Satan any more than he does in God: So come here people and behave in a hellish way – you will not be made responsible for it in afterlife. He is so energetic that he has established after school Satan classes.
This is how eager these satanists are to win souls for Satan!! And people merrily dance along – in and outside the Temple!
AND NO ONE WIL MOCK YOU FOR BEING RELIGIOUS. ON THE CONTRARY. TODAY THERE IS NO HIGHER PRAISE THAN BEING CALLED ONE HELL OF A MAN.
THIS IS A VERY REFINED TRICK OF HIS HELLISH MAJESTY TO GAIN PROSELYTES AGAINST HIS ARCH ENEMY AND BROTHER JESUS CHRIST
The Daily Mail 18 Jan. 2017: The Satanic Temple Of Los Angeles, a chapter of a nationwide satanic organization, hosted a massive ‘black mass’ Saturday night, complete with a live bloodletting ritual and a 45-minute lecture about demonic cats.
Guests could also attend a destruction ritual and an invocation ritual, both with live music. The event doubled as a fundraiser for the chapter’s causes, with include women’s reproductive rights, the First Amendment and prisoner’s rights.
The Satanic Temple, headquartered in Salem, Massachusetts, has 24 chapters across the United states. Members of the movement, which calls itself an organized religion, do not believe in a personal Satan but say they preach rationalism and reject superstition. (But nevertheless practice traditional Satanic practices)
Doors opened at 9 pm and the evening began with a comedy set by Satanist politician Steve Hill, who ran for the state Senate in California’s 21st district last year.
‘I’m a Satanist as far as trying to get people to understand that I don’t believe in the devil any more than I believe in God,’ Hill, a Democrat, once told Time Magazine.
‘All of it is stupid. But if I have to tell people I’m the devil to get them to listen, then, OK, I’m the devil.’
LA Weekly 27 Febr. 2017: It’s become increasingly apparent that Donald Trump’s administration wants to make religion inescapable, even for secularists.
“We decided that Satan was the ultimate rebel, and we realized the power of that symbol,” says William Morrison, a co-founder of the Satanic Temple’s L.A. chapter, which formed about a year ago and has held recruitment and advocacy meetings regularly ever since.
While the Satanic Temple doesn’t align itself with any political parties, campaigns or candidates, the organization’s goals are in staunch opposition to the Trump administration’s crackdowns on reproductive health, freedom of the press and transgender rights. “ He says membership in the organization surged after Trump was elected, with thousands of members now spread among dozens of chapters around the world.
The Satanic Temple took its 9-foot-tall Baphomet statue to Detroit, where it held a party that was billed at the time as the largest public Satanic ceremony in history, drawing hundreds of supporters.
“We’re Asian, black, Hispanic, right across the board, and it’s a mix of people from all walks of life, who have all come together under a common mission.”
That mission includes efforts such as the After School Satan Club
But Steve Hill met the temple’s national leaders at an atheist convention in St. Louis years ago and was, perhaps unsurprisingly, skeptical about joining an organization named after Lucifer. “I initially thought, ‘This is absurd. I’m already black, I don’t need to be running around saying I’m the devil, too!’?” he recalls. “But as a comedian, I understand that this is basically satire ...
This year he’s focusing on organizing protests at local black megachurches, which he believes take advantage of disenfranchised minority communities. “It’s going to be a busy 2017,” he says.