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Satanists show support for Planned Parenthood which harvests baby parts

Posted in pro-choice, Pro-choice Hail Satan, Satanists, Witchcraft with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on August 24, 2015 by saynsumthn

The Satanic Temple of Detroit counter demonstrated against pro-lifers who gathered nationwide outside Planned Parenthood Saturday pouring milk symbolically over women bound by religious clerics.

Milk Planned Parenthood Satanist

Pro-lifer Lynn Mills who was praying outside Planned Parenthood in Detroit videoed the Satanist theatrical group who came to the abortion clinic toting a dozen gallons of milk.

Satanic Temple Planned Parenthood

“One held a sign, two were dressed as priests. Two women got on their knees with their hands tied in front of them and two others poured the milk onto the women kneeling down,” she observed.

Satanists milk PLanned Parenthood

Mills said after they left their event, the Satanists went to another Planned Parenthood facility where lots of pro-lifers gathered in Ferndale.

A simple search on youtube show that the Satanic Temple, political theater had uploaded their own video.

Satanist Symbol in USA Flag Planned Parenthood

The YouTube post is receiving attention from abortion advocates supporting the devilish act.

Well Played Satanists Planned Parenthood

The timing of the Satanists support of Planned Parenthood comes after the Center fort Medical Progress released a video showing a former StemExpress employee recounting how she was asked to cut through the face of a baby whose heart was still beating in order to procure the child’s brain tissue at a Planned Parenthood facility.

Dismembering babies and then chopping them up for body parts appears is in line with the dark and evil beliefs of modern day Satanists.

Therocracy Planned Parenthood Satanist

The footage shows the devil worshipers displaying the US Flag with the Satanist symbol in the center.

The Satanists carried signs that read, “America is not a theocracy. End forced motherhood.”

Satanist Ameria Theocracy Planned Parenthood abortion

Satanist Planned Parenthood Twitter

The Satanists recited a mocking chant of, “Hail Mary full of grace.”

Satanists Hail Mary Planned Parenthood abortion

Mills said that having Satanists show up supporting Planned Parenthood after they were exposed selling aborted baby body parts cannot be good for them.

Planned Parenthood endoresed Satanists

“This is what the Satanists were symbolizing, the fertility, the pregnancy, the end of the pregnancy with the sacrifice to Satan. It’s as if the Satanists were saying ‘we support Planned Parenthood because they end the lives of babies and that’s our goal.'”

“Satan is the happiest when babies are dying,” she added.

Satanists Planned Parenthood abortion

“Planned Parenthood should be furious they were out there doing this. It will be seen as another hit against them and how they are perceived,” she said.

Watch the Satanic Temple video below:

Satanists nationwide have been embraced by the abortion movement.

Earlier this year a Planned Parenthood supporter was removed from a council meeting for disrupting the assembly and yelled “hail Satan” as police escorted him out of the room.

A sign posted on Twitter last year read, “Hail Satan abort everyone” (read here.) While in another part of the country, a pro-choicer left an abortion clinics using the devilish chant. (read here.)

Not long ago, a group of Satanists shocked America after gathering in the Texas capital chanting “Hail Satan” in opposition to pro-life legislation later passed by the state. The HB2 law has been credited for closing a number of abortion clinics in the state and was opposed by the radical pro-choice Senator, Wendy Davis who later ran a lost bid for Governor.

In addition to the Satanist group, the anarchist and communist abortion rights group Stop Patriarchy also vowed to counter demonstrate pro-life activists the same weekend.

More here.

St Louis satanic temple raises funds for abortion

Posted in Abortion Sacred, Satanists, Witchcraft with tags , , , , , , , , , , , on May 4, 2015 by saynsumthn

We know satanists believe abortion is sacred as this blog has documented several times.

Now, a St Louis, Missouri Satanic Temple is raising funds to get a woman an abortion.

Satanic Temple ST Louis

According to sources, the Satanic Temple has raised enough money via the GoFundMe crowdsourcing website to pay for a southwest Missouri woman to travel to St. Louis for an abortion.

Satanic Temple 72 our waiting period abortion tweet

The GoFundMe site has since been removed.

Satanic Temple abortion GoFundMe

the elusive “Mary” for which the fund was created, has, with the help of the Satanists created a “Satanic Religious exemption form” which reads in part:

    My body is inviolable and subject to my will alone….

    As you know, state law requires a waiting period after I first receive counseling before I can undergo an abortion. I regard a waiting period as a state sanctioned attempt to discourage abortion by instilling an unnecessary burden as part of the process to obtain this legal medical procedure. The waiting period interferes with the inviolability of my body and thereby imposes an unwanted and substantial burden on my sincerely held religious beliefs.
    This letter constitutes my acknowledgment that you have notified me of the state mandated waiting period, but demands that you do not abide by this obligation because the waiting period offends my sincerely held religious beliefs, which take precedent.

Satanic Religion exemption abortion

Lucien Graves, leader of The Satanic Temple explained their reasons:

    As Satanists we believe in individual autonomy, personal choice, and the inviolability of one’s own body. Further, we believe one should be free to make one’s own decisions, uncoerced, based on the best available scientific evidence, whether or not the science comports with the religious and/or political views of others….

    The waiting period is another facile and insulting attempt at making abortion services less available. With a dearth of abortion clinics, some women are made to travel a great distance for services they then have to wait three days to receive, adding the expense of accommodations and time away from work.

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    We created an exemption form for the waiting period that we expect Mary will deliver upon her arrival. We will seek to pursue legal action if that waiver is not respected.

I think it’s horrible in a lot of ways to make someone have that amount of waiting period,” the woman, who asked that we not use her real name, tells Daily RFT.

Lucien Grieves Satanic abortion

Lucien Greaves, the pen name/pseudonym for Doug Mesner, spokesman for The Satanic Temple, published an op-ed where he also stated, “Recently, a member of The Satanic Temple informed us that she soon intends to present our exemption letter as she seeks an abortion in the state of Missouri. However, in Missouri, women seeking abortions are faced with a problem far more dire than that of insulting and inaccurate state propaganda: they are also required a 3-day (72 hour) waiting period for the procedure. With only one clinic in the state, those traveling a substantial distance often are forced to take significant time away from work while paying for overnight lodging. In response, we are providing an exemption from the waiting period, similar to the exemption from Informed Consent materials… We shall seek to defend our exemptions in court if they are not respected. After decades of attempting to define “religious liberty” in terms of combatting rational family planning, it’s time that the conservative religious right learns that religious liberty works the other way, too.”

Pentagram on clinic floor of alleged abandoned abortion clinic in unverified vid

Posted in Witchcraft with tags , , , , , on November 19, 2014 by saynsumthn

A video entitled “Abortion Clinic” shows young people walking through what looks like an abandoned building. If you are to believe the title – it is discovered to be an abortion clinic although they do not state the location or the name.

After rummaging around for a while- the group notices something on the floor of the “clinic.”

“Oh my God, its a pentagram,” they yell as the flee the site.
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pentagram  ab clinic vid

As you watch the video below remember that it has not been validated as accurate nor the location as an abandoned abortion clinic.

Pentagram ab clinic vid 2

Planned Parenthood supporter calls Satanic Temple a “Class Act” for support of child sacrifice

Posted in Abortion and Satanism, Witchcraft with tags , , , , on July 30, 2014 by saynsumthn

Today, this blog reported on how the Satanic Temple was using the recent Hobby Lobby decision to exempt its believers from state-mandated informed consent laws that require women considering abortions to read pro-life material.

Shortly after the post was uploaded, Planned Parenthood of Greater Texas issued a Facebook post saying that the Satanic Temple was playing Devil’s advocate.

To no surprise of mine, a supporter of Planned Parenthood commented this way, “The Satanic Temple continues to show they are a class act and I respect them more every time I hear about them.”

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It is no secret nor is it an surprise that the Satanic Temple supports child sacrifice through abortion. They actually make an ideal partner for Planned Parenthood and their supporters.

Pro-choicers turn to Satan to save them from pro-life laws which protect unborn children

Posted in Abortion and Satanism, Witchcraft with tags , , , , , , on July 29, 2014 by saynsumthn

Following the Hail Satan chant in during laws that would restrict late term abortions in the state of Texas, a new effort is underway by the Satanic Temple to interject “religious protection for women with health needs that are being complicated by unreasonable laws.”

Satanic Temple Abortion

In a statement released Monday, the Satanic Temple said that it will use the Supreme Court’s recent Hobby Lobby decision to exempt its believers from state-mandated informed consent laws that require women considering abortions to read pro-life material.

MSNBC Lucein Graves

MSNBC which drank the Koolaid reports that,”in other words, the Satanic Temple wanted a conscience clause from laws intended to dissuade women from having abortions by mandating an ultrasound or that a doctor impart biased or medically-inaccurate information about abortion.”

“We will follow up with a legal suit if and when the exemption fails to be respected or recognized,” Lucien Greaves, a spokesman for the Satanic Temple, told msnbc. “We are not looking to proactively sue to have informed consent laws repealed.”

Greaves said that the Supreme Court’s Hobby Lobby decision bolsters their case. “While we feel we have a strong case for an exemption regardless of the Hobby Lobby ruling,” he said, “the Supreme Court has decided that religious beliefs are so sacrosanct that they can even trump scientific fact. This was made clear when they allowed Hobby Lobby to claim certain contraceptives were abortifacients, which in fact they are not.”

Lucein Greaves

In a blog written by the follower of Satan, Greaves states, “Conveniently, the Supreme Court’s recent controversial Hobby Lobby ruling contributes to the standing of our argument for a religious exemption from informed consent, providing a solid precedent for which we may disregard any legislated medical information we find biased and objectionable. As I stated for our recent press release announcing the Informed Consent exemption initiative: “While we feel we have a strong case for an exemption regardless of the Hobby Lobby ruling, we were (previous to that ruling) concerned that states might drag us through the courts, forcing us to hire expert witnesses and demonstrate the fact that their mandated materials are indeed scientifically unsound. However, given that the Supreme Court has decided that religious belief can trump scientific fact — in allowing Hobby Lobby to claim certain contraceptives as abortifacients, when in fact they are not — it naturally follows that our belief in the illegitimacy of the so-called informational material is enough to exempt us, and those who hold our beliefs, from having to receive them.”

The “deeply-held belief” exemption shouldn’t be confined strictly to those who self-identify as Satanists. As Satanists for whom access to the best available information, undiluted by biased or false information, is fundamental to our religious beliefs, we are willing to argue on anybody’s behalf that such a position qualifies as a “deeply-held belief”, rather than a whimsical declaration of convenience.

He continues, “The Satanic Temple does support personal choice in the context of abortion, and as the first initiative in a multi-faceted Women’s Rights campaign, TST is now offering an exemption from State-mandated “informed consent” materials — “informational” materials which are often scientifically unfounded or medically invalid [1] – to those who share our deeply-held beliefs regarding informed choice. We believe that the body is inviolable, subject to one’s own will alone. Further, we strive to make all decisions regarding personal health based on the best scientific understanding of the world, regardless of the religious or political beliefs of others. We have devised a letter for women seeking an abortion to take to their care providers, placing the care provider on-notice that such materials violate the woman’s religious principles and, as such, must be withheld from contributing undue stress and confusion in what surely is already an unpleasant situation.”

The Devil worshiping group posted their letter for women wanting to sacrifice their children through abortion to their website:

The letter reads in part:

As an adherent to the principles of the Satanic Temple, my sincerely held religious beliefs are:

• My body is inviolable and subject to my will alone.

• I make any decision regarding my health based on the best scientific understanding of the world, even if the science does not comport with the religious or political beliefs of others.

• My inviolable body includes any fetal or embryonic tissue I carry so long as that tissue is unable to survive outside my body as an independent human being.

• I, and I alone, decide whether my inviolable body remains pregnant and I may, in good conscience, disregard the current or future condition of any fetal or embryonic tissue I carry in making that decision.

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To help raise funds for their pro-abortion cause, the group is selling these Satanic shirts:

Satanic Shirt

More links to Satan Worship and Abortion here and here.

Satanist vows to oppose pro-life laws against abortion

Posted in Satanists, Witchcraft with tags , , , on June 10, 2014 by saynsumthn

According to LifeSite news, Whenever the American people try to curtail abortion or maintain marriage laws, the followers of Satan will be there to fight back, promises the national spokesman for the Satanic Temple.

“Lucien Greaves” told Detroit’s Metro Times that he would like to help women avoid complying with pro-life laws by saying abortion restrictions violate their Satanic religious beliefs. He added that gay “marriage” is a Satanic “sacrament.”

On the website Satanic Temple, he states, “The Satanic Temple believes “One’s body is inviolable, subject to one’s own will alone.” Devoid of the presence of a supernatural ghostly essence (soul), the Will is necessarily the product of a developed nervous system, which arguably gives the authority of inviolability to the mother over the fetus”

Planned Parenthood blog named after Roman Goddess of fertility

Posted in Planned Parenthood goddess, Witchcraft with tags , , , , , , , , , , , on April 16, 2014 by saynsumthn

Planned Parenthood of SW and Central Florida publishes a blog named after a goddess.

The Feronia Project Blog, states that the authors are employees of Planned Parenthood of Southwest and Central Florida, Inc.

Goddess

Planned Parenthood describes the name selection, “Feronia is primarily known as the Roman Goddess of fertility and abundance. Slaves regarded Feronia as a goddess of freedom, and believed that sitting on a holy stone in one of her sanctuaries would set them free. Latins believed Feronia to be a harvest goddess and honored her with the “first fruits” in order to secure a bountiful harvest the following year. Feronia is thought to have been originally an ancient agricultural and fire Goddess among the Etruscan and/or Sabine peoples. During the Roman Republic, Feronia’s feast day was November 13.”

AbigailSeidmanAccording to Abigail Seidman the daughter of an abortion clinic employee, goddess worship is pretty typical. In an interview she gave to a pro-life news site she says, “The clinic where my mother worked was pervaded with occult imagery and practices. There was goddess art and statuary in the office, waiting, counseling, and recovery room areas, and new age music (occasionally including goddess chants and songs) was piped throughout. The counselors were primarily chosen for their spiritual qualifications, and a few did not even have a degree in a relevant field (ie psychology, counseling, social work). One was a trained chef turned sex worker (or “sacred prostitute”, as they preferred to think of it)”

Seidman continues, “The main figure worshipped was The Goddess, goddess figures from various traditions (Hindu, Greek, Roman, Babylonian, Egyptian, etc) were seen as ‘archetypes’ or ‘faces’ of this one true goddess, who was viewed as being in opposition to (and ultimately, to triumph over) the Judeo-Christian God. The goddess was taught to me as being more ancient, having created the world and people to live in it peacefully in a prehistoric ‘golden age’ of matriarchal rule, before the rise of patriarchy and civilization. God was painted as a diabolical figure, jealous of the Goddess’s power, who invented the idea of rape and taught human men to practice it, bringing about the end of humans living in a natural, violence-free state.

Women were encouraged to choose particular goddess figures as their personal role models or patrons (much like Catholics choosing a confirmation saint). The culture was rather lesbian-separatist (and in that way different from other pagan individuals or groups that I’ve researched or been in contact with), in that ONLY goddesses were worshipped, never gods, and men were not welcome to participate in ceremonies and only barely tolerated as sexual or romantic partners.”

Here is Seidman on the pro-life TV show – Life Talk discussing the odd practices inside abortion clinics:

A Photo published by City Beats entitled, Local clinic closes rather than obey new Ohio law (02/22/06), showed that Debi Jackson, an Ohio abortion clinic employee, practicing an ancient Chinese ritual inside Cincinnati Women’s Services (abortion) clinic where she works.

Debi Jackson

In this photo by the article’s author, Sam Robinson, Jackson is seen applying the ritual of Harmonic vibrations caused by rubbing a dragon bowl’s brass handles create wavelets and jumping water.
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Abortion Doc wears crimson devil horn and tail

Lewis Koplick Crimson Horn Devil and Tail Abortionist
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The University of New Mexico’s student paper, The Lobo Daily, noted in a 11/05/93 article that abortionist Lewis H. Koplik admitted to wearing devil’s tail and a crimson horn at a demonstration. He claimed that he does not “personally believe in devils” but wore the costume to make a point.
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On previous blogs I cover other occult, wiccan, witchcraft related organizations which identify with abortion if you care to read some:

READ: Church of Satan is Pro-choice on abortion

OR……

Abortion is a Sacred Sacrifice