Posts Tagged

satanism

orcjwnarklmta56f2dd77af26b

So what do I consider evil? Let me tell you some things I don’t consider evil: Wearing All Black, Inverted Crosses, Rituals, Homosexuality, Satanic or Morbid Imagery… I could go on, but I think you get the picture. Here some things that I do consider evil: Catholic Priests who molest

Read More

Catemaco, Mexico, is already famous for being the home of brujos and mysticism, a special, powerful place where people come to seek a magical solution to their problems and ills, but these amazing photos of a black mass conducted on the first Friday of March may bring it notoriety in

Read More

There are only hours left for you to own a strangely unimpressive sketch drawn in the 1970s by none other than Doctor Anton Szandor LaVey! Far from being images of the Dark Lord inked in blood, these are weird doodles of animals and people that would be at home in any

Read More

This is the second installment of The Majick of Metal. Read the first one here. The Polytheistic side of the Left Hand Path worships a pantheon of gods that falls either on the side of worshiping a very Blake-like assortment of hell lords, or deities from other cultures who personify

Read More

I find metal propelled a passion in me, going beyond the run of the mill cathartic lyrics to be more compelling than regurgitated sixteen-year-old anger. So I am going to take a look at some of the occult schools of thought that inspire various factions of metal. Though I have

Read More

For a while now, I’ve been following with interest Lucien Greaves’ column for the Orlando Weekly, Letters to a Satanist, where Mr. Greaves, spokesperson for the Satanic Temple, answers the OW’s reader questions in an intelligent and enlightened way. I struck me that our readers might be interested in his

Read More

The word ‘Baphomet’ appears in the names of twenty-seven metal bands: six are just called Baphomet, then there’s Baphomet’s Blood, Baphomet’s Temple, Baphomet’s Cunt. You read that last one right. The number of bands that have a goat-headed creature on their covers is incalculable. The idea of Satan as being somehow goat-like has persisted, despite it appearing nowhere in the Bible or Apocrypha, where he is described as being a serpent or dragon – when he is described at all.

Read More

The Age of Enlightenment was still in its infancy and the French Revolution wouldn’t touch off for another century. Ruled by a traditionalist monarchy and a corrupt state church, France was still very much stuck in the dark ages throughout the Early Modern period. The Catholic Church dominated nearly all

Read More

COOKIE: The late 60s/early 70s were so wild, weren’t they? All that balling and grass. All those “dirty” Mad Libs games. Not to mention the rampant witchcraft so prevalent among naughty housewives! I mean, I get it. I really do. The original title of this Romero flick was Hungry Wives — and boy

Read More

COOKIE: Bad isn’t always good. Some movies are just plain BAD. Like Witchcraft, a straight-to-video horror flick that spawned 12 sequels. I don’t like to judge movies because that’s NOT what we do. (If you want ratings, give Rotten Tomatoes a whirl.) But boring me to death is the worst sin in cinema. REDEYE: ESPECIALLY when the movie is about Satanism! What was

Read More

There was a time when the occult was in the mind’s eye of the public in a real way. The golden era of Satanism and Anton LaVey brought the occult and occult beliefs into the public sphere as lifestyles, and as a result, many documentaries were made in a effort

Read More

Joël Séria // 1971 Leave it to Mondo Macabro to distribute the wildest, most delightfully dark side of [mainly] 70’s cinema. It really doesn’t get much better than adorable pre-teen girls with a lust for one another, seduction, the occult, Satan, and peeping nuns. From the very start, the E

Read More