satan is alive

Obscure Angel Memes
  • [points to anything that isn’t an animal] that’s some good 6th day of creation shit
  • substituting curse words with words from dead languages
  • “Good job, Gabriel. “
  • arguing over which wing is more important to flight
  • “I can’t believe it’s not the Roman empire!”
  • God said let there be [anything that wasn’t included in the days of creation]
  • “Not Babylon again”
  • dinosaur bones in places they shouldn’t be
  • “it takes a village to raise the antichrist”
  • [playing Highway to Hell on a harp}
  • “Mount Vesuvius was a clerical error”
  • coming up with creative names for poisonous plants, then giving them to Michael as a new hair product
  • “Just because Jesus took a 3 day nap doesn’t mean you get one”
  • “I’ve got the body of a loaf of bread and enough alcohol in my veins to be called Jesus, too”
  • [anytime something bad happens] at least it’s not leprosy
  • the weekly game of “Worse Than Judas?”  that involves the angels competing to find the worst human alive
Witches Being Misunderstood is an Understatement

As I research this brilliant topic of Wiccan practices, origins, and history- lm learning of how stereotyped Im raised to believe witches and witchcraft alike are. Here’s some examples and rebuddles of what I mean…


Who has ever claimed that was the point… Because I do not follow Christian beliefs to a T doesn’t make me a worshipper of satan. These claims were made by Christians who believed the worship of ANYTHING besides “God” (the big guy in the white robe) is their devil.

“Dont do black magick on me!”

 Anyone who has ever been remotely freaked out thinking we would curse their soul or ruin their lives with magic, has obviously never read the Wiccan Rede… what was it again? “An Ye Harm None, Do What Ye Will”? Huh…

“Eye of *animal*, Wing of *bird*” 

These ingredients aren’t literal, at all… Although my young, shameless self believed it to be, these are just names made up for herbs, plants, and flowers that are ingredients to remedies witches didn’t want abused.

“Why don’t you carry your broom to fly on?” 

This one makes me laugh. Woman used to literally ride broomsticks… maybe it’s a long story but people wanted to use an LSD like ointment and it was most affective on arm pits and … genitals. So they would lather up the broom handle and well… ride the broom into the night causing hallucinations. Weird shit right?

“You’re too colourful to be a witch” 

How? Did I miss the dress code assembly? Because I can wear whatever the fuck I want. Being Wiccan is positive and peaceful and colours have magick their own. If a witch does decide to wear only black, good for them- black means protection, safety, and grounding (amongst other things).

“Where’s your black cat?” 

Cats were once worshipped as symbols of multiple goddesses. In the beginning of the agricultural age, people brought cats with them where they went to ward off mice. Kittens were even wedding presents. Men went to war and women were stuck with the cat and were often widowed… since the woman lived alone- she was also likely to be accused of witchcraft. The Pope also claimed cats were satanic (?) so cats were burned alive - just like witches… but then the mice and rat population went sideways and here comes the Black Plague! Jokes on you - “Whatever you do shall be returns to you three times over”.

So here’s my explanation on stereotypes through research and the ability to look things up and not assume. These are based off of personal experience, first reactions… I also stuck to Wiccan beliefs along with my own personal thrown in the first one (sorry). There are witches out side of Wiccan who do worship Satan and that don’t follow the Rede but this is all biased. Correct me if I’m wrong anywhere here- I apologize already!

Blessed Be! )O(

Obligatory 13x07: War of the Worlds post

  • I’ve never thought I’d say “Lucifer’s back!” in a happy tone again, but yeah, i did. Cheeky satanic fluff is alive and kickin’!
  • Where’s Jack? 😨
  • The return of Kevin: Kevin!Stoned and reeaaaalllyyyy geeky
  • but still a hot potato
  • Where’s Jack? 😨
  • My thoughts on Ketch range from: “wha-,” “Oh, not the evil twin, phew,” to “OMG OMG OMG why are you alive this way”
  • Where’s Jack? 😨
  • This exchange:
  • Where’s Jack? 😨
  • The return of Squinty Eyes!Cas
  • And finally: WHERE’S BABYYY JAAACKKK 😨

Ao no Exorcist Chapter 94


So, WOAHHHHHHH. Like why? And poor Rin my baby 😰 That is not where I saw that going though, for literally no reason at all. Yukio has totally lost it. Which we already knew, but to pull a gun on Mephisto? Though the bullet came from the wrong angle, I don’t see how no one arresting him saw that. But I agree he can’t have inherited the flames, so why the blue eyes? My theory is that Satan watches the twins, and you can see his presence in Yukios eyes when he has to intervene to save him. Because Satan is clearly keeping him alive, but why? Is it fatherly love? Or is it more along the lines of the fake ending to season 1 where he wants a vessel for posession? We know Satan is interested in Rin, so maybe it is out of pure interest, but either way I think the eyes are just Satans’ presence.

Which brings me to my thoughts on Satan. Is Satan truly evil? It seems the demons that are purely evil are the brainless ones (the Impure King), while others are often misunderstood. Satan hasn’t really done anything that we’ve seen to harm humans except for the Blue Night, and killing Fujimoto (but I’ll kind of give him a pass on that because he was trying to get to Rin, and wasn’t the true cause of death) it’s Lucifer that has really caused bad things to happen. Satan has made really no presence in the manga at all. So, perhaps we’ll finally get to see what he wants? Or have him introduced in some way as an actual character?

Witches and Satanism

Without Witches, Satanism would wither and die as a theology. The truth is, Witches keep the Satanic lifeblood flowing and that, keeps Satanism alive. As I have said before, most Satanists consider themselves “witches” and practitioners of magic first; then labeled “Satanists“. Even “A Satanic Coven of Witches” sounds better than “A Satanic Coven of Satanists“; am I right?

Those witches who do not practice Satanic Rituals may often reference “white magic” or “good magic“, which sometimes confuses those new to the Occult Arts. Satanism is sometimes viewed as purely evil and may be shunned by those witches who wish to create a clear line of demarkation. While some witches dabble in what they call the white light, others find the darkness a more suitable and comfortable environ to open the magical flow of energy. Witchcraft and Satanism should be comfortable for the practitioner and in most cases, adaptation is a necessity that enables effective rituals and magical operations. No one can build a successful practice of magic upon principles he / she does not truly believe. What would be the point?

Not All Witches Shave Their Legs

The term Warlock is used for a male witch however, it is not imperative to accept Warlock as their assigned label. The name Witch is just fine for a male, if so desired. After all, it is only a ‘classification’ that may not sum up the person at all. Witch is only one of many synonyms of warlock. Others include astrologer, clairvoyant, magician, fortune-teller, necromancer, occultist, thaumaturge…………well, you get the point. If a male wishes to use “Witch“, no problem. The first step in destroying something wonderful is to “make everyone conform“…………..from there, failure follows. All theologies should allow a modicum of latitude for those seeking comfort and acceptance.

Aleister Nacht

#satanism #witch

If malice, hatred and poor intentions towards others are deep-seated in your heart, then no amounts of superficial prayers and places of worship are going to save you from the depths of what they call a ‘hot frying pan where satan boils you alive’.
—  you don’t even care about your own god, you only care about going to heaven // .a.c.


(thanks to @val-kyrie for sending me this TRULY YOU ARE A GIFT)