January 16, 2013
Satanists rally for Gov. Scott's school prayer law

Because it’s phrased to encourage any organized religion to hold prayers at school events. The Temple of Satan is thrilled.

From their press release: The Satanic Temple embraces the free expression of religion, and Satanists are happy to show their support of Rick Scott who — particularly with SB 98 — has reaffirmed our American freedom to practice our faith openly, allowing our Satanic children the freedom to pray in school.

October 29, 2011
aleisurelybreakfast:

Hey, I just uploaded my annual Halloween mixtape if anyone’s interested…
1.     “welcome to the castle”
2.     The Misfits - Skulls
3.     Cheater Slicks – Night of the Sadist
4.     The Recedents – Zombie Bloodbath on the Isle of Dogs
5.     Drunks With Guns - Zombie
6.     Destroy All Monsters – You’re Gonna Die
7.     Claudio Simonetti – Demons
8.     German Measles – Olivia’s Eyes
9.     Nile – The Nameless City of the Accursed
10.   Jeffrey Lewis & Peter Stampfel – I Spent the Night in the Wax Museum
11.   The Ventures – The Bat
12.   Curse – Killer Bees
13.   Bruno Nicolai – Funeral Striptease
14.   “exorcising a curse”
15.   Swamp Witch – Emerald Serpent
16.   Anaal Nathrakh – Carnage
17.   The Girls At Dawn – Evil One
18.   Mater Suspiria Vision – The Ring
19.   “god at the crossroads”
20.   LA Vampires & Zola Jesus – No No No
21.   The Wee Four – Weird
22.   Black Time – I’m Gonna Haunt You When You’re Gone
23.   Exuma – Dambala
24.   “home for tea”
25.   Roky Erickson & The Explosives – I Walked With a Zombie

aleisurelybreakfast:

Hey, I just uploaded my annual Halloween mixtape if anyone’s interested…

1.     “welcome to the castle”

2.     The Misfits - Skulls

3.     Cheater Slicks – Night of the Sadist

4.     The Recedents – Zombie Bloodbath on the Isle of Dogs

5.     Drunks With Guns - Zombie

6.     Destroy All Monsters – You’re Gonna Die

7.     Claudio Simonetti – Demons

8.     German Measles – Olivia’s Eyes

9.     Nile – The Nameless City of the Accursed

10.   Jeffrey Lewis & Peter Stampfel – I Spent the Night in the Wax Museum

11.   The Ventures – The Bat

12.   Curse – Killer Bees

13.   Bruno Nicolai – Funeral Striptease

14.   “exorcising a curse”

15.   Swamp Witch – Emerald Serpent

16.   Anaal Nathrakh – Carnage

17.   The Girls At Dawn – Evil One

18.   Mater Suspiria Vision – The Ring

19.   “god at the crossroads”

20.   LA Vampires & Zola Jesus – No No No

21.   The Wee Four – Weird

22.   Black Time – I’m Gonna Haunt You When You’re Gone

23.   Exuma – Dambala

24.   “home for tea”

25.   Roky Erickson & The Explosives – I Walked With a Zombie

October 28, 2011
Harry O. Morris / Halloween in Arkham Portfolio / 1979http://goldenagecomicbookstories.blogspot.com/

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Harry O. Morris / Halloween in Arkham Portfolio / 1979

http://goldenagecomicbookstories.blogspot.com/

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August 16, 2011
A Satanic wedding. I wonder if they talked about love and commitment or if it was all about respecting power.

A Satanic wedding. I wonder if they talked about love and commitment or if it was all about respecting power.

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January 6, 2011
Ts’oa Jio Po: The spirit of the sea-storm. (Uhhh…..)

jessnevins:

Want to know more about this.

But am afraid to Google it:

…Amoy sailors at sea drive away the terrible Pissing Woman by the firing of crackers and blunderbusses.

Here, a safe-for-work explication. Abusive sailor, wife drowns herself, no ship is safe from angry spirit. When a compact storm cloud is seen, sailors must batten hatches, set off loud firecrackers, burn spirit money, and have one man “in the garb of nature” climb the tallest mast with his hair disheveled and brandish a weapon while yelling insults and profanity, as another black-robed man performs an exorcism.

I’ll have to try this myself, I think.

July 28, 2010
oldbookillustrations:

The demon of blasphemy.
Émile Bayard, from Histoire de la magie (History of magic), by Paul Christian, Paris,  1870.
Via Gallica.

oldbookillustrations:

The demon of blasphemy.
Émile Bayard, from Histoire de la magie (History of magic), by Paul Christian, Paris, 1870.
Via Gallica.

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