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Hilarious Excerpts from Henry Makow’s “How To Recognize A Satanist (Part Two).”

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Yes Wicca is evil as well. Though Satanists do kill, the difference is they may kill a few people a year. When a Luciferian is in power, he may kill millions in a planned war. Take George W. Bush for example. Luciferians have power. They hang out at The Bohemian Grove. That’s when they’re not in male bath houses.

I cannot get the mental image of a 12-year-old boy sitting by the campfire holding a flashlight up under his face when I read this paragraph.  THE BOHEMIAN GROVE!  *thundercrack!*  And EEEEEEEEEW MALE BATH HOUSES!  GRODY!

If suspicious, just follow them on ceremony nights. Just do a key search on Satanic Holiday calendar.

Suspect your neighbor is a Satanist?  TRY STALKING THEM!  *nodnod*  I mean, it’s not like if these people are as morally depraved as Samuel Butler says they are, they’ll just brutally sacrifice you if they catch you or anything, nope.

More signs to look for can be missing cats, in your neighborhood.

…Which is going to be pretty much every neighborhood, ever.  Considering that cats get hit by cars, or end up getting killed by dogs or even wild predators all the time… yeah.

Even young children that come up missing..make note of Satanic ceremony dates. Keep watch of yours, and other neighborhood children a week prior. It is said certain demonic known biker gangs are involved in these kidnappings.


If you have a gut feeling of evil or ‘something’s not right’ in an area, you’re probably correct. Negative energy seems to stay in an area afterward. Look for pagan signs in their house, or office. They seem to like animals with horns, even dragons.

I knew there was something off about that old lady with all the cow figurines and stuff on her desk.  I KNEW IT!!!

Most Satanic compounds have very tall chain link fences perhaps adorned with razor wire. There will be an underground hidden bunker there as well. Make sure no one is in there before you implode it ;-) 

Breaking into and destroying private property = best advice since suggesting people should stalk suspected Satanists!



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Some mistakes there.

1. The upside-down pentacle is associated with Satanism, all right, but it’s used for a lot more than that.  It’s even used in Wicca.

2. It’s just “Wicca,” not “Wiccanism.”

3. You’ll find your typical Satanist doesn’t worship a being “bent on destruction and suffering,” either.  Their view of Satan is a wee bit different.

Also, the snakey cross the the Rod of Asclepius

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Is it okay to be a pagan and not really have any abilities yet? 
:c because…sometimes..I feel like I’m a minority for not knowing much about the astral and past lives and all that stuff yet. ; v ;’

I can’t see spirits or do anything special like that..

The only thing I’m even kind of good at it is sensing people’s emotions. :< 

First, you’re not in any minority.

Second, experience has taught me to take the vast majority of people who claim to have “powers” with a grain of salt, as most of them are delusional or just looking for attention.

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Back when I was a young and Internet-naive Christian, I avoided Wikipedia because I thought it had something to do with Wicca.

Yup.  I did.

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I don’t have elders to respect.


First, let me be clear as to what I’m specifically addressing. There’s this notion in some of the pagan communities that there is exists these “elders” and sometimes they are literally just people of a certain age, sometimes it’s people of a certain skill, sometimes it’s tradition specific, and other times it’s just who got published by a publishing company. No one really wants to hammer down what makes an elder an elder because that would mean actually telling people that they aren’t elders.

Which, guess what, you’re not my elder. If you are older than me, okay - good for you. There’s a lot more people older and younger than me and a lot of people the same age as me all over the planet. It’s nothing special to have grown to a certain age. It’s what you have done with that age that’s the most important and what you’ve had to live through in order to get too that age. Why should I respect you any more than a 15 year old who has gone through triple bi-pass surgery and cancer survival when you’ve just sat at home for the last 50 years eating corn?

Which, guess what you’re not my elder. If you have a certain skill, then that’s fantastic. You know what, everyone has certain skills. CrookedCrown has more experience with dolls than I do. WitchyWays is more badass than I am. Having a skill or skills does not make me automatically subservient to you. If I want to learn that skill from you, then yes, that changes the dynamic. But otherwise? You’re just another person. 

Which, guess what you’re not my elder. If you’re in a particular tradition, and I am not in that tradition, you are not my elder. You are an elder of your tradition. That does not make you my elder. I am in no tradition. I made my practice by myself. If someone were practicing what I practice, basically because I trained them, then I would be the elder. Does that mean I am your elder now? Because I am an elder of this tradition? No. Same. Fucking. Principle.

Which, guess what, you’re not my elder. You published something? Great. Nice. Awesome. Why does that make you my elder? (PSST It doesn’t.) It’s like you telling me that you sold a piece of fruit and that makes you my elder. Selling a product does not automatically make you my elder. If it did, then damn I’d have a lot of fucking elders and so would you.

The notion comes from a sense of elitism - of getting privilege - of getting by with shit. I am not an elder. I should not receive the passing glance and I don’t. And that’s good. :)

I have so many (non-pagan) relatives who are like this; they think they deserve unquestioning respect because they’re older than me; never mind that they have entirely different life experiences.  Grah.

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Communications from the gods… surprisingly indistinguishable from most pagans’ personal opinions, actually.