kills animals

When you try to explain what is the Theistic Satanism to someone that’s not properly an atheistic or an agnostic, but something in between with strong Christian manifestations in his behaviour led by ignorance.

Indeed, when you try to do something like this when someone, after a long period you’re “friend” with, understands you’re something has always seen as a sort of monster, except for everything. This guy made a lot of questions, asking me what is the use of seals, if I make rituals, if I talk with the “devil”, why I love Satan and why Theistic Satanism is different from many other kinds of Satanism just for assuming I kill animals during rituals.

Man, we’re not psychopaths! We kill no ones, we respect the nature and the animals, and we neither kill people. It’s really so difficult to make “normal” people understand we’re not murders nor crazy maniacs that hurt animals. When we seek knowledge and self-development. Satan encourages individuality and freedom of thought.

  • what she says: i'm fine
  • what she means: i am so proud of tsukishima kei. he's come so far. not only did he actually compliment kageyama, which he would have never done back in the first season, but he actually managed to stop ushijima's spike. more than that, he planned on at least stopping a few of them before the match even started, which means he believed enough in himself to think he could actually manage to block on of the top spikers in japan. tsukishima. believed. in himself. i'm literally crying about this? tsukishima's character development is so good. it's good and pure and

The Killing Joke trailer redrawn closer to the Graphic Novel’s original style (Brian Bolland’s) and with colouring closer to the 1988′s version.

[GIFset - Part 2 of 2]
For part 1 (without the comparisons) click here

Creator: Plan Making Mammals

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Mark Hamill  → The Joker

“When you see Mark become the Joker when he’s actually in the recording booth and doing these voices, he actually physically twists himself and manifests himself into Joker.” - Sefton Hill, Game Director of Batman: Arkham City