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Most people are simply not ready to believe these kinds of things are really happening, which, of course, works to the Satanist's advantage. Frankly, we were not quite ready for it either. We have knowledge of confidential police reports of murders committed by Satanists that are so vile we cannot describe them publicly--merely reading about them makes one feel debased and sick.The fact that there are currently hundreds of thousands of witches, Satanists, animists, and other pagans in the country is reason enough for genuine... More >>>
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Category 1:  Wicca and Witchcraft
Category 2:  Devil and Satanic
Category 3:  Mystic and Occultism
Author:      John Ankerberg
Format:      eBook
Most people are simply not ready to believe these kinds of things are really happening, which, of course, works to the Satanist's advantage. Frankly, we were not quite ready for it either. We have knowledge of confidential police reports of murders committed by Satanists that are so vile we cannot describe them publicly--merely reading about them makes one feel debased and sick.

The fact that there are currently hundreds of thousands of witches, Satanists, animists, and other pagans in the country is reason enough for genuine concern. But that such acts can and are being committed should not be surprising.

What is surprising is that some people refuse to admit to the fact of a neopagan revival of considerable proportions and that groups which engage in ritual murder do so on the basis of an amoral philosophy and religious necessity. Whether it be rewards from the devil or spirits or gods the reducing of the victim's alleged karma the supposed psychic rush and infusion of occult power from the act of human sacrifice, or other "benefits," the point is that the activity is condoned by an amoral worldview and justified on the basis of religious (pagan) principles.