satanic youth


In Memory Of Satan- The Mountain Goats

“At first you think, ‘Well this is going to last forever and I’ll be miserable for the next sixty years and then I’ll die.’ And then it becomes clear to you that it’s a little worse than that. It’s going to last about a year and two months, so you have an idea of the slog you have to make. It’s not like ‘Oh this will last the rest of my life,’ then it’s very melodramatic and who even knows what that feels like? So it’s really not real.

But a year and two months is a real span of time that you can reckon, right? And if you have to endure solitude and the inability to communicate with other human beings for a year and two months, that’s a pretty hard thing to face. And you come to confront demons, and you say to the demons ‘Could we come to some sort of agreement where you will take care of me, and I will worship you, and at the end of this period we will shake hands like gentlemen and part ways.’

Other people will advise you not to say this to your demons but I cannot stand with these people. Sometimes you must deal with demons. This is called In Memory Of Satan.”

this honestly bothers me when people say things like this. I understand if everyone doesn’t like the same music but that is no excuse to tell someone that the music they listen to is going to make them, “ end up in hell.” And the music I listen to has no conflict with “getting back on the right path of god.” Fall out boy is NOT satanic music. If the youth of today needs saving it has nothing to do with my music choice. And the fact that, “ whatever else I listen to,” is now forbidden. Then so be it. I like that “ metal, punk, and screamo,” I listen to. sorry not sorry.

Satanism in America - What They Do Not Want You To Know 1989 (Sean Sellers)

42 page magazine, full color, several articles dealing with Satanism in America, contents include: Who They Are, What They Do, Where They Do It, When They Do It, Why They Do It. Published by 'Radical Teens For Christ’ out of McAlester, Oklahoma and edited by Fletcher A. Brothers.
This 42 page magazine was published in 1989 in the midst of the ‘Satanic Panic’. It covers everything you need to know regarding the dangers of 'Satanism’. The book proudly boasts “Safety Though Awareness’ in which it discusses symbols, bands, books, Ouija boards, Dungeons and Dragons, The Necronomicon, The Chuch of Satan, Temple of Set and any and everything else which at the time was considered even slightly 'Satanic’. It goes on to discuss 'recruiting’ techniques used by Satanic cults, where these initiations take place and how the youth of America are falling prey to Satan.

There is a full two page article written by Sean Sellers which acts as the climax to the magazine. Sellers talks about his involvement in Satanism and warns the youth of America that Satan will only cause you to end up dead or on death row.

This is the ULTIMATE 'Satanic Panic’ literature and a classic of it’s time! A MUST HAVE for collectors of the Occult.