A Starbucks customer has accused a worker there of putting Satanic symbols on top of her coffee.
I’m not saying that I support the drawing of religious symbols such as a 5-pointed star or three sixes, in the foam on top of a sugary coffee-based confection.
I am struggling to understand the reaction to [...]
The general idea is that the Denver International Airport is filled with New World Order Illuminati Masonic Satanic symbols. [...]
“The scientific evidence of how same-sex attraction most likely may be created provides a credible basis for a spiritual explanation that indicts the devil.” — Daniel Avila, October 28 2011, writing for the official newsletter of the Boston Catholic Archdiocese.
The truth behind Daniel Avila’s scientific affirmation of satanic influence behind homosexuality is irrefutable. It’s [...]
Satanic Panic by Jeffrey S. Victor is a great book for its empirical thoroughness, tracking the spread of rumors about Satanic cults across the United States in the 1980s, documenting a complete lack of evidence for actual cult activity, and working to explain how an utterly fictitious threat could have aroused a vivid campaign of [...]
Sometimes it’s important to follow up on past news items, and sometimes it’s just fun. You decide which applies here. Back in June of 2006, police officials across Colorado reported that a concern that on June 6, a Satanic crime wave might crash across the state. Why? Well, just look at the date — 6/6/2006 [...]
Magic spells don’t kill people, although people like Bill Donohue and Sarah Palin apparently believe that they do. Thomas Muthee may have claimed that a woman used satanic magic to cause automobile accidents in Kiambu, Kenya, and Sarah Palin’s church may regard that claim as credible, but rational people regard such allegations as absurd. [...]
It seems that some of them could only come up with one explanation: In order to defeat Ron Paul the Messiah, Barack Obama must be the Antichrist, sent by Satan himself to make Ron Paul look irrelevant. [...]
What hypocrites these Republicans are, accusing Barack Obama of not loving the flag enough, and at the very same time forwarding around nasty emails in the name of Loren Davis, who himself suggests that the American flag is a symbol of pure evil. He supports John McCain for President. [...]
By the standards of Loren Davis himself, John McCain must be a satanist. The 5-pointed star is practically plastered all over the John McCain for President web site, so if we are to believe the conspiracy theories of Loren Davis, we must conclude that John McCain is not only a servant of Satan, but a very enthusiastic Satan worshipper at that. [...]
It’s probably only a matter of time before Loren Davis declares that John McCain’s use of a 5-pointed Star of Sirius in his campaign material proves that he is a secret servant of Satan. As for Hillary Clinton, Loren Davis has already implied that she is part of a socialist conspiracy to serve Satan by destroying true Christianity. [...]