Category: Satanism

Mother, community search for answers in death of two girls killed in ritual

Lawrence Douglas Harris In the basement, officers find candles, Larry’s ritual knife, stained with DNA from one of the girls, a symbol of Baphomet, representing Satan and believed to have occult power, bells and an amulet with an inverted pentagram — all items used in rituals described in “The Satanic Bible.”

Larry tells police he has a spell notebook in his and Marla’s bedroom closet. The notebook contains drawings from the book “Pagan Ways,” references found in the occult fiction book “Necronomicom” and page numbers corresponding to “The Satanic Bible,” including one specific spell.

Venezuela Pastor and Family Decapitated in Satanic Ritual

Satanism An Evangelist preacher, his wife and their four-year-old daughter were all found dead inside their home at San Jose de Guanipa in El Tigrito, an oil town in Anzoategui state, east-central Venezuela, last Friday.

Investigators are working on a theory that the multiple slaying was carried out by people from some sort of satanic cult. They say the inside walls of the house had been painted with slogans suggesting such a connection.

Satan worshippers kill and eat four Russian teenagers after stabbing each of them 666 times

Nikolai Ogolobyak The three girls and one boy, all described as Goths and aged 16 and 17, were allegedly forced to drink alcohol by the gang before they were attacked.

The killers then allegedly lit a bonfire under a tree near their cottage in Russia’s Yaroslavl region, 300 miles north-east of Moscow, where they cooked and ate their victims’ body parts.

South Africa: Alleged boy killer dabbled with Satanism

Satanism The parents of a South African schoolboy accused of killing a fellow student with a sword said Thursday that he had experimented with Satanism and was bullied.

“We regret to say that it appears that Morne experimented with Satanism and that it gave him a kind of protection for his psyche,” Machiel and Liza Harmse said in a statement in the Afrikaans daily newspaper Die Beeld.

Couple looks to bring hope to those struggling with Satanism

Refuge Ministries Harshbarger’s tale begins at home in Indiana, where a lack of religious guidance combined with his parents’ divorce led him to become a bitter, disaffected teen with an appetite for the sensational, including tales of supernatural phenomena.

While in college, he befriended a co-worker at his day job who was already a Satanist. The two made plans to form their own cult and set about recruiting members.