4 thoughts on “Satanic Children’s Ministry post sparks debate about KCS pilot Bible release program

  1. If you are publicly funded, then you have to include all religions, not just Christianity. Bible study should be done outside of school hours.

  2. Hail Satan! Yes this needs to pass! The 2nd Amendment of the constitutions honors freedom of religion to all not just religion rights for just you christians. Either accept all religions or choose none! We satanist will fight this tooth and nail! Hail Satan!

  3. Aleister Crowley called himself the “Beast 666.” We know that Beast and 666 is found in the Bible, AND we know who it’s referencing… answer: Satan

    Aleister Crowley writes:

    “For the highest spiritual working one must accordingly choose that victim which contains the greatest and purest force. A male child of perfect innocence and high intelligence is the most satisfactory and suitable victim…

    But the bloody sacrifice, though more dangerous, is more efficacious; and for nearly all purposes human sacrifice is the best.”
    Book: “Magick in Theory and Practice” Chapter 12, p. 94

    WARNING

    “And I the Worm have trailed my Slug-Slow across Her Breasts; so that Her mother-mood is turned and Her breasts itch with lust of Incest. She hath given Her two-year bastard boy to Her lewd lover’s whim of sodomy, hath taught him speech and act, things infinitely abhorred, with Her own beastly carcass. She hath tongued Her five-month girl, and asked its father to deflower it. She hath wished Her Beast to rape Her rotten old mother – so far is woman clean of Her! Then Her blood’s grown icy hard and cold with hate; and Her eyes gleam as Her ears ring with a chime of wedding bells, dirty words, or vibrate, cat-gut fashion, to the thin shrieks of a young child that Her Beast-God-Slave-Mate is torturing for Her pleasure – ay! and his own, since of Her Cup he drank, and of Her soul he breathed.
    He loved it all. He rolled each drop of filth around His tongue.” – The Magical Record of The Beast 666 p. 251– The Diaries of Aleister Crowley, 1914-1920 (Duckworth).

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