Some anti-occult nonsense
- After their failed bid to cast their daughter as the girl martyr of Columbine, the parents of Cassie Bernall are now giving public addresses in which they describe their daughter as a Satanic would-be murderer (because she wrote angry study hall letters and had some “occult” stuff in her bedroom). I don’t quite understand how disparaging their murdered daughter will accomplish…well, anything.
- A very strange anti-occult site called Satan’s Fake Apocalypse asks some very strange questions, like “Criss Angel: Black Magician or Illusionist?” (is this where Sheldon got his info?), and “Was Bertrand Russell Possessed?”. Other articles include “Programming Kids for Satanism with Video Games”, “SRA: the appalling and pervasive reality hidden in plain sight”, and “Demonic possession: sociopathy on steroids”. A blog post by the same person asserts that kidnapping-for-ransom victim Eduardo Valesca was probably abducted by Satanists. Something to do with Satanists controlling the real estate market, and the “fact” that letters usually featured on maps of Mexico convert to the number sequence 9969, which translates to 666 if you remove a 9 and invert the others (without inverting the 6). This person believes his former housemates were ritualistically torturing him with sleep deprivation because they belonged to a Lucis Trust offshoot known as Triangles, which he read about in one of the Satanic panic pamphlets Lyndon LaRouche’s organization cranked out in the ’80s. Evidence for this plot included triangular decals on one roomie’s vehicle, a bag of Mission Triangle tortilla chips left on a countertop, and a secret code employed on Lucis Trust websites. He “translated” these websites, “which was one of the more mentally draining efforts of my life because they were deliberately written to be highly ambiguous”.