Month: June 2017

Grey Faction Update

Victims of the Satanic Panic who spent 21 years in prison for impossible claims of supernatural crimes were finally fully exonerated last week The Austin American-Statesman reported: The decision will resolve all outstanding criminal issues for the Kellers, who were convicted in 1992 and served more than 21 years in prison in a case that generated national headlines amid allegations that they performed satanic rituals on the children. The couple, now elderly and described by their lawyer as destitute, has been free on bond since 2013 and will each be able to apply for $80,000 for every year mistakenly...

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Destruction of Arkansas Ten Commandments Monument Forces Satanic Temple to Postpone Lawsuit

“As far as our lawsuit goes, I believe we have to postpone it,” said Lucien Greaves, a co-founder of the Massachusetts-based Satanic Temple. “I believe it takes our standing away. Our plaintiff hadn’t even seen the monument yet at the time [the suspect] ran it over. Of course, if they put the monument back up, then we will sue.” Read the full article on World Religion News Theocrats Fund-Raise for More Monuments After Self-Described "Jesus Freak" Destroys 10 Commandments in Arkansas Earlier this week, a disturbed self-identified born again "Jesus Freak" drove his car into the not-yet-day-old Arkansas 10...

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Queer Satanism: Monocultural Anathema

Join us at Salem Art Gallery (July 24th, 2017), The Satanic Temple HQ after the Northshore Pride afternoon festivities for a presentation on Queer Satanism by Ash Ashtarosh, TST NYC Chapter Head. We will discuss Queer history and the intersection of Queer and Satanic identities, reclaimation as empowerment, and cultures that prioritise individual expression and equality above unexamined tradition and respectability politics. We will livestream to our The Satanic Temple Salem page. Free with suggested donation which benefits The Satanic Temple...

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A Christian Man Vandalized the Ten Commandments Monument at the Arkansas Capitol

Less than 24 hours after going up, the Ten Commandments monument outside the Arkansas State Capitol building has been destroyed. And the alleged vandal is a self-described “born again Christian” and “Jesus Freak.” He is also be the same man who drove into Oklahoma’s Ten Commandments monument in 2014. Read the full story on Patheos - Friendly Atheist Theocrats Fund-Raise for More Monuments After Self-Described "Jesus Freak" Destroys 10 Commandments in Arkansas Earlier this week, a disturbed self-identified born again "Jesus Freak" drove his car into the not-yet-day-old Arkansas 10 Commandments monument, rendering it a pile a rubble. Unsurprisingly...

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