31 December 2019
In recent times you'll have noted that I've begun to pay more attention to the Manichean duality whereby the powerful, though not omnipotent good power (God) is opposed by the eternal evil power (devil). Humanity, the world and the soul are seen as the byproduct of the battle between God's proxy, Primal Man, and the devil. I become more convinced by this concept with every day that passes. Manifestations of Satanism - unalloyed evil - appear with increasing rapidity everywhere we look.
"One long-time Catholic exorcist has sounded an alarm over what he called an uptick in "aggressive Satanism," especially among young people, which he insists is due in part to the rapid growth of cultural secularism and a lack of strong role models. Among other things, Dominican Father Francois Dermine said, exposure to the demonic at a young age encourages violence, ranging from bullying to more serious manifestations.......noting that internet exposure has also increased, and references to the demonic are increasingly prevalent in videogames and school games."
As I understand it Satanic demons have to be invoked....you won't just get taken over by them. Hence the various ceremonies we're becoming aware of. The quid pro quo would appear to be wealth and power and whatever else you want in this life in exchange for in effect selling your soul. As with everything else it's best to get 'em while they're young. The recently published A Children's Book of Demons by Aaron Leighton is basically a grimoire (a manual of witchcraft to invoke demons and the spirit of the dead) for children. But it's not described as such by the publishers. No. "Don't want to take out the trash tonight? Maybe you're swimming in homework? Perhaps that big bully is being a real drag? Well grab your coloured pencils and sigil drawing skills and dial up some demons! This paranormal parody is filled to the brim with funny spirits more silly than scary!"
Aw, how cute!
In effect the book tells kids to just draw up a demon to give them what they want. One of the featured demons is Corydon, a literary character who represents an adult shepherd that is in love with a young boy. Corydon was also a paedophile character in Virgil's Eclogues and the title of André Gide's book in which he defended homosexuality and paedophilia.
A Children's Book of Demons has been extensively commented on by usually horrified parents.
"I'm a pretty open when selecting books for children but, I will draw the line at pedophilia."
"It's round-about way of teaching children they don't have to take out the trash, instead they can draw a sigil and call the Demon's name out loud to do the child's bidding. This is just one example. It may sound cute to some but what is lying beneath the surface of this cuteness is demonic in every sense of the word. It's satanic worship being presented in a new way and it's being done to our young children."
"So basically we have here a jewish occultist teaching to little children how to use sigils to invoke demons, making reference to a reputed Dr who used to denounce the use of jewish magick during satanic ritual abuse to program children... You can be sure the author come from a satanic bloodline, which is quite common in jewish families in the US."
Ah yes. One blurb by the publishers begins with "Let's say hello to our author! Shalom Aaron!"
I'll cite one positive review: "Crowley would be proud of this work". Aleister Crowley was probably the last century's best known Satanist. Here's an example of his 'art'.
Jesus said in Matthew 18: "If you cause one of these little ones who trusts in me to fall into sin, it would be better for you to have a large millstone tied around your neck and be drowned in the depths of the sea."at 12:08