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Two Satan-worshiping Girls In Florida Planned To Kill Middle School Classmates And Drink Their Blood.

Video above is from myfox8.com.

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BARTOW, Fla. — Police say two middle school girls, who worship Satan, armed themselves with knives in a foiled plot to violently kill classmates and drink their blood at school on Tuesday.

The 6th and 7th-grade girls attend Bartow Middle Schol in Bartow, Florida, police say. At 1:30 p.m. Tuesday, the Bartow Police School Resource Officer assigned to the school was summoned to the principal’s office in reference to an armed juvenile complaint.

The investigation revealed that the students armed themselves with knives, and planned on attacking fellow students during the school day.

“Fortunately, they were intercepted by school staff hiding in a bathroom during class time prior to carrying out their plans,” Bartow Police said in a press release.

According to the Bartow Police Department, a student warned a teacher on Monday about one of the girl’s mentioning that “something bad” would happen in building 500 of the middle school. The superintendent said extra officers were at the school on Tuesday as a result of this warning. After one of the girl’s mother received a robo-call alerting her that her child was not in second period, she called the school to inform teachers that the child should be there.

Bartow Middle School staff immediately began to search the campus. They found the two girls in a bathroom. The girls were holding a goblet which an administrator suspected was being used to drink alcohol.

Once in the principal’s office, the girls were told to empty their pockets, which revealed a knife and knife sharpener. After that, their bags were searched, and several weapons including a pizza cutter and butcher knife were found on the girls. The two admitted to planning to kill students as they entered the bathroom.

“They noted that they wanted to kill at least 15 people and were waiting in the bathroom to find smaller kids that they could overpower to be their victims,” Bartow Police Chief Joe Hall said. “I believe that these two small children. I’m going to call them small children, they are only 11 and 12, seriously sat down and plotted to do bodily harm to another student at school.”

The police chief said that over the weekend, the two girls plotted and planned their attempt to kill fellow students at the middle school. The investigation also revealed messages between the two, detailing the plans for their attack.

The last message sent between the girls stated, “Today is health lessens thank Satan we’re doing this in a bit,” according to an arrest report.

When asked about motivation, the girls reportedly told police that they were Satan worshipers. According to police, the girls planned to drink their victims’ blood out of the goblet they were found with. They also discussed eating their victims’ flesh and leaving body parts at the school’s entrance before killing themselves.

“Killing all of these students was in hopes it would make them worse sinners ensuring that after they committed suicide … (they) would go to hell so they could be with Satan,” the arrest affidavit reads.

Both juveniles were arrested and removed from the campus, their names are not being released because they are both minors. No students or adults were harmed.

Police say that notices have been sent to the parents of students at Bartow Middle School informing them of the situation.

Police say they believe that the parents of the two girls had no knowledge of their plot or Satanic ideals.

Both of the students were arrested and charged with conspiracy to commit murder, possession of a weapon on school property, and disrupting a school campus. The girls currently remain in police custody. Polk County Schools Superintendent Jacqueline Byrd says that they will be filing for expulsion.

Several parents said they kept their students home on Wednesday as a result of this incident.

“We understand this news can be upsetting. A team of counselors is available at the school to assist any employees and students,” the school said in a release to families of students following news of the arrests.

The school also says that extra law enforcement officers will be on campus this week out of an abundance of caution and to help maintain a sense of calm on campus.

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California Student Conducts Black Magic Ritual Shares Cookies Made With Her Grandparent’s Ashes.

Outraged Parents Say Davis Student Shared Cookies Made with Her Grandparent’s Ashes

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POSTED 9:47 PM, OCTOBER 15, 2018, BY JOE KHALIL

DAVIS — A family in Davis is shocked and upset after their son came home and told them about a bizarre incident at a Davis high school.

He told them two weeks ago another Da Vinci Charter Academy High School student brought cookies to school baked with human ashes and was passing them around.

“This girl is going around telling everyone, basically at this point, that she had brought in these cookies to school with human ashes in them,” said the Da Vinci Charter Academy High School student who spoke to FOX40 on Monday.

Police confirmed that the boy’s story was not just a wild rumor and after investigating they believe the story is credible.

“Based on the overall circumstances we think it’s credible. Can we confirm it 100 percent? I don’t think we can say that. We feel it is a credible statement that that happened,” said Davis Police Lt. Paul Doroshov.

Doroshov later confirmed Tuesday the sugar cookies allegedly contained the student’s grandfather’s ashes.

One student baked the sugar cookies using the ashes while the other passed them out, according to Lt. Dorshov.

Davis police say they know of nine students who ate the cookies, some who knew what was alleged to be in them and others who didn’t.

The boy’s family agreed to speak to FOX40 on the condition that their identities be hidden for fear of repercussion from the Davis Joint Unified School District.

“It blew my mind. I was really repulsed and I was upset that I wasn’t even notified,” the boy’s mother said.

What the boy’s parents were most upset about, however, was the way they say the school handled the incident.

The student’s mother says school administrators questioned her son, fearing he may have eaten one of the cookies. Her son says after being questioned he was asked to submit a statement about what happened and sign it.

“After that he told me not to tell anyone,” the boy told FOX40.

That student’s mother says she met with Da Vinci Charter Academy Principal Tyler Millsap and demanded a copy of the statement her son was asked to sign.

“The district seems to be a little bit more concerned about protecting themselves than protecting their students,” his father said.

Both Principal Millsap and DJUSD declined FOX40’s interview requests. DJUSD did send the following statement Monday:

“While we cannot comment on confidential student matters, I can tell you that the physical and social-emotional safety of our students is our first priority.

We take all allegations of wrongdoing seriously and we conduct thorough investigations and involve the police when appropriate. When wrongdoing is found to have occurred, disciplinary measures are applied and at the same time measures are taken to repair the harm within the community.

This case has been particularly challenging and we have responded appropriately and in the most respectful and dignified way possible.”

Then, on Tuesday, Principal Tyler Millsap released a statement on the school’s website to address the incident:

“The story circulating in the media is something on which I cannot comment, but let me be clear that there is no health risk at to our campus or to any one of our students … I can say that those who were involved are remorseful and this is now a personal family matter and we want to respect the privacy of the families involved.”

The school’s resource officer has been collecting witness statements. No cookies or samples have been obtained by police, according to Doroshov.

Davis police said they do not know if the incident could be called a crime. There are some obscure crimes in the state code about the disposal of human remains but Davis police say this may not fit any of those.

Witch Stang Given To Pope Francis By Woman Wearing Kabbalah Red String Bracelet.

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The red string bracelet is a very common talisman in witchcraft/Wicca and Kabbalah, which is basically a hybrid of Talmudic Judaism and witchcraft.

Here in the picture of Antipope Bergoglio being presented with the Stang he carried yesterday by two females at a “youth rally” at the Circus Maximus in Rome in August, you can clearly see the woman on the left, holding the Stang, is wearing the knotted red thread talisman bracelet.

The Red Thread (and the Initiatory Process)” – must read, note the references to Cainism, spelled “Qayin”

Red Thread on the Wrist

Citations on this are practically endless.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Satanists Manifesting: Antipope Bergoglio Carries a Stang – the Ritual Staff of Witchcraft

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As I have said and written before, one of satan’s most clever moves has been to foment, encourage and push mentally ill and demonically oppressed people to LOUDLY broadcast insane, ridiculous, totally false “conspiracy theories”. We all know the types and categories. Mind control beams, “chem trails”, shape shifting lizards, underground civilizations, flat earthers, the list goes on and on and on.

What this has done is make it almost impossible to point out, discuss, and warn about ACTUAL sinister goings-on and actual, honest-to-goodness conspiracies that are very real. We all know that the word “Freemasonry” in the U.S. is automatically lumped into the above category, even though in Europe Freemasonry is largely understood to be the extremely powerful and influential socio-political entity that it is, and many Europeans further understand that the core of Freemasonry is the desire to exterminate the Catholic Church and replace it with the one-world secular humanist political religion of Freemasonry.

Trying to warn about such things as the musloid political system gets one lumped in with “conspiracy theorists”, as does trying to warn about the massive infiltration, influence, power and agenda of the sodomite cabal, both in the secular realms of politics and entertainment, AND in terms of the infiltration of the Institutional Church.

Perhaps the most difficult actual conspiracy to discuss without being dismissed out of hand is the actual cult worship of satan. But, it is real, and it is manifesting before our eyes, so someone has to call these things out knowing full well that to do so means that 99.9999% of the populace will instantly call one a “crazy fool”. That’s fine. If fitting in to this culture constitutes sanity, then please God, let me never be sane.

It is a MORAL CERTAINTY that the stick that Antipope Bergoglio tried to pass off as a ferula yesterday in the Mass opening the Sin-nod on Sodomy is a “STANG”. Antipope Bergoglio said is was a “gift” from “young people” who SPECIFICALLY REQUESTED that he use it in the opening Mass of the Sodo-synod. That story right there by itself is DAMN PECULIAR.

A Stang is a witch/warlock’s ceremonial staff. It is always forked, and always has an iron nail driven through it. Ideally it has a human form carved or integrated into it somehow. The Stang signifies several things, the first being a satan himself. Read the quote below from a witchcraft blog:

“Gary describes the Stang as primarily a symbolic tool rather than a working one, and as such it stands in for the Devil himself, holding his power and his dual nature. The Devil and the Stang is often less about strict duality and more about the transgressing of boundaries, The Devil being a spirit I often think of as non-binary and difficult to define in terms of absolutes.”

Almost like a… “god of surprises?”

Sounds familiar, eh? Like every Casa Santa Marta sermon, and every airplane presser? Yeah. That’s mild compared to this quote from the same article:

“The witch is bound to no dogma. This makes them a threat to a Christianity established on doctrine. The witch insists everything in creation has its place. The Church insisted on two contrary substances God and The Devil. The witch strives for synthesis.”
Nicholaj De Mattos Frisvold- Craft of The Untamed.

G.W.F. Hegel, please dial “666” on a white courtesy telephone….

Let us revisit the quote of the Canadian faggot priest Tom Rosica, who is, once again, the English language press spokesman for this Sodo-synod from just a few weeks ago:

“Pope Francis (sic) breaks Catholic traditions whenever he wants because he is “free from disordered attachments.” Our Church has indeed entered a new phase: with the advent of this first Jesuit pope (sic), it is openly ruled by an individual rather than by the authority of Scripture alone or even its own dictates of tradition plus Scripture. “
-Fr. Tom Rosica, Vatican press spokesman

Anyway, the iron nail in the Stang symbolizes multiple things, including a phallus/coitus, a mocking of the Crucifixion of Our Lord, and is the triple motif of the threefold serpentine, telluric and cainic “powers”.

The “serpentine” meaning is obvious – the devil himself, in the garden, “gifting” Adam and Eve with the “liberating” and “enlightening” words, “No, you shall not die the death. For God doth know that in what day soever you shall eat thereof, your eyes shall be opened: and you shall be as Gods, knowing good and evil.“

The word “telluric” refers to earthly power, whose source and symbol is “the serpent”, “deep in the earth”.

The third motif symbolized by the iron nail in the Stang is the Cainic “powers”. Now, hold on to your hats. Here’s the opening from the Wiki article on “Cainism”, and remember folks, we are talking about Cain, whose sacrifice God rejected and he thus murdered his brother Abel because as St. John teaches, “Cain slew Abel because his works were evil, while those of his brother were just (1 John 3:12), and we read in Hebrews that “by faith Abel offered to God a more excellent sacrifice than Cain” (Hebrews 11:4).”

The oldest source is to be found in Irenaeus, adv. Haer. i. 31.
Cain and Abel

He tells us that the Cainites regarded Cain as derived from the higher principle. They claimed fellowship with Esau, Korah, the men of Sodom, and all such people, and regarded themselves as on that account persecuted by the Creator. But they escaped injury from Him, for Sophia used to carry away from them to herself that which belonged to her.

One thing I learned in researching the actual cult worship of satan once I learned about and confirmed that the Vatican is the nexus of satanism in the world today, is the fact that satanists are commanded, at some point once they have sufficient power, to openly MANIFEST their satanism.

If the Bergoglian antipapacy doesn’t constitute “having sufficient power”, then I don’t know what would.

I am morally certain that Antipope Bergoglio’s carrying of a Stang with the iron nail so prominently positioned, into the opening of a farce synod whose entire agenda is the ratification of sodomy, is a clear case of manifestation of satanism.

And if that makes me a conspiracy theorist, so be it. Some conspiracies are real.

St. Michael the Archangel, defend us in battle, be our protection against the wickedness and snares of the devil. May God rebuke him, we humbly pray, and do thou, O prince of the Heavely Host, by the power of God, cast into hell satan and all evil spirits who prowl throughout the world seeking the ruin of souls. Amen.

Links:

How To Use A Stang”

Wikipedia article on Cainism (must read)

The Stang and the Devil At the Crossroads”

 

Jesuit “Black Pope” Francis Carries Witch Stang At LGBT “Youth” Synod.

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Pope Francis and the Stang: the Image that Summarises the LGBT “Youth” Synod

Posted on October 5, 2018
by Catholicism Pure & Simple

As stated by RORATE CAELIyesterday. Could it also be called the image that summarises this Pontificate? Excerpt:

”In his opening address, the Pope attacked “clericalism” — as if he were not the most clericalist man in the world, refusing to respond to the Viganò accusations that he protected and promoted Ted McCarrick. He also railed against “blogs”, meaning we are doing our job right.

The symbol of this Synod that no one asked for and that will have no legitimacy (since its composition was carefully manipulated to avoid any resistance to the Pope’s pro-LGBT agenda) is the ferula Francis chose to use: not the Cross of Our Lord Jesus Christ, but this contraption.”

The “contraption” was in fact a “stang”. Why, do you think, would the pope prefer to hold a stang, with the sinister evil this thing symbolises, rather than a crozier with a Crucifix, the symbol of our redemption?

And a h/t to JH for alerting us to the indomitable Ann Barnhardt’s post on this latest scandal: “Satanists Manifesting: Antipope Bergoglio Carries a Stang – the Ritual Staff of Witchcraft”.

There was another one from her today about the woman who handed him the wtches’ stang.

Should we not all be up in arms at this latest horror from Pope Francis?

Maybe we might simply have to admit that Catholics are becoming inured to the horrorswe have been subjected to under Francis coming, as they are, thicker and faster than ever before these days. Certainly, in general, we no longer demonstrate the shock and anger such an outrageous deed as this one really deserves.

Report: Witchcraft Rising In US As Christianity Declines

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Calvin Freiburger

October 11, 2018 (LifeSiteNews) – Recent decades have seen a dramatic rise in paganism and the number of Americans identifying as witches while Christian denominations have been losing members, according to a new report.

Last week, Quartz published a piece reviewing religion survey data from Connecticut’s Trinity College covering 1990 to 2008, and from Pew Research Center covering 2014 to the present. They report that the United States’ Wiccan population skyrocketed from 8,000 in 1990 to 340,000 in 2008, a year that also found roughly 340,000 self-described Pagans.

“The best source of data on the number of witches in the US comes from assessments of the Wicca population,” Quartz’s Sangeeta Singh-Kurtz and Dan Kopf explain. “Not all people who practice witchcraft consider themselves Wicca, but the religion makes up a significant subset.”

Pew currently puts the percentage of self-identified Wiccans or Pagans at 0.3 percent, and those who self-identify as atheist, agnostic, or otherwise unaffiliated at 22.8 percent.

Singh-Kurz and Kopf suggest witchcraft’s popularity is due to a combination of factors, from the longtime allure of witches in media and literature to contemporary rebranding of witchcraft as having more to do with nature and individuality than demons and the occult.

“As [Quartz’s Alden] Wicker noted, witchcraft is the perfect religion for liberal millennials who are already involved in yoga and meditation, mindfulness, and new-age spirituality,” they write. “With that foundation, they might show up for pagan holidays or new moon gatherings, or begin to explore the more serious spiritual concepts at the root of these practices.”

Wiccan websites such as The Celtic Connection and the Church and School of Wiccapromote this impression, with the former claiming that witchcraft “fosters the free thought and will of the individual, encourages learning and an understanding of the earth and nature,” and the latter invoking “self-empowerment through knowledge.”

The truth is far darker however, Christians say. The Catholic Church teaches that “all forms of divination are to be rejected,” and any efforts to “tame occult powers, so as to place them at one’s service and have a supernatural power over others” are “gravely contrary to the virtue of religion.”

“When it comes to what ultimately counts, witchcraft and Christianity (but not witches and Christians) are mortal foes,” Richard Howe of the Christian Research Institute explains. “Without the sacrifice of Christ to wash away our sins and reconcile us to our Maker, there is no hope in the world to come. Witchcraft teaches that our destiny is to return again to this world through reincarnation.”

More than 70 percent of Americans still identify as Christian, but religious affiliation has been on the decline for years. An ABC News/Washington Post poll released in May found that self-identification with Protestant denominations dropped eight percent over the previous 15 years (Catholicism held constant). The share of Americans with no religious affiliation almost tripled from 1990 to 2017.

“It makes sense that witchcraft and the occult would rise as society becomes increasingly postmodern. The rejection of Christianity has left a void that people, as inherently spiritual beings, will seek to fill,” author Julie Roys told the Christian Post. “It’s tragic, and a reminder of how badly we need spiritual revival in this country, and also that ‘our struggle is not against flesh and blood, but against the powers of this dark world.’”

“The Church needs to wake up to the reality of this realm and begin to approach it from a Kingdom perspective which understands its place and purpose,” Wanda Alger of Intercessors for America and Winchester, Virginia’s Crossroads Community Church argues. “The sad thing is that these millennials who are exploring the dark side of the supernatural have more faith and belief than most Christians. Because they are open and spiritually hungry, the spirit realm responds. The biggest hindrance to understanding the realities of the Spirit realm is unbelief.”

Another element in the rise of witchcraft is its use by the anti-Trump movement. There is a movement of at least 13,000 people who promise to cast “binding spells” against President Trump, an effort that has been celebrated by the liberal media. The rituals this movement practices invoke the assistance of “demons of the infernal realms” and other spirits.

In 2017, iconic fashion magazine Vogue encouraged women frustrated at the current political climate to recite a feminist spell and join the “witchy renaissance.” On Wednesday, Vox published an article promoting “magic as self-care after Kavanaugh,” encouraging those upset at the U.S. Senate’s confirmation of the newest Supreme Court justice to turn to witchcraft as a feminist coping mechanism.