Category Archives: Satanism

Satanist Hipsters Plant Goat Head in Brooklyn?

A goat head was found in Brooklyn this week causing Joe Veix of Death and Taxes to speculate on a bizarre, hipster-Satanic ritual behind the head, although the Gothamist decided it was likely Santeria-induced, not Satan love. Who knows? In the meantime, the most bizarre part about this tale is that it is not the first time a severed goat’s head has appeared in the area.

On Monday, a decapitated goat head was found in Brooklyn’s Prospect Park, tagged with the number “93″ on the ear. While the number possibly indicates that it comes from a slaughterhouse or meat market, it also seems perfectly reasonable to jump to insane conclusions and say that it’s a new trend: Satanist hipsters are to blame, god damn them.

If you follow the decapitated goat head beat, you may recall that a previous goat head was discovered in the same park four years ago. It’s possibly related, but who knows? Maybe sawin’ off goat heads is just totally normcore now.

What’s it all mean? Is The Yellow King involved? We may never know.

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Satan and Lucifer

A modern-day Satanist talks about the difference between the Devil and Lucifer

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Folllowing my last post about connecting with Satan several people asked me how I would differentiate between Satan and Lucifer. Do I see them as different entities or perhaps as aspects of the same thing? Well, I can only give a personal view which I warn may differ significantly from the views of other Satanists and Luciferians. Developing our own opinions and theories is central to most of us who use those labels and it is very rare that we all agree.

There are plenty of sites and books which give cultural, religious and historical accounts about how the various traditions associated with Satan and Lucifer developed and have been interpreted over the years. I am not going to add to them. I am simply going to put my own feelings and beliefs into words, and in these matters words are often inadequate.

There are some rough generalisations that could…

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