A group called the Satanic Temple is to start distributing information about their practices and beliefs to school children in Florida.
Last month the authorities decided that they would permit the distribution of religious materials in Florida schools, and the Satanic Temple claim to be a religion so they can legally give out the pamphlets to kids.
The information will include advising the kids of their legal right to practice satanism, the philosophy of satanism and the way the Satanic Temple works.
“I am quite certain that all of the children in these Florida schools are already aware of the Christian religion and its Bible, and this might be the first exposure these children have to the actual practice of Satanism. We think many students will be very curious to see what we offer,” Greaves added. (source)
Are the decision makers in Florida completely insane? Satanic worship has been linked to many deaths over the years, and it will continue to be a causative factor in many future deaths, possibly more than would have otherwise occurred if the Satanic Temple continues on its path of blurring the lines of good and evil in our children’s minds.
To name but a few of the cases where satanism has been a motive for killing:
How long do you have because I can go on like this for a long, long time…
Still with me? This is just a few examples of homicides where Satanism has been implicated as the whole reason, or a part of the reason that the killing took place. In many cases the killers themselves have admitted their links to Satanism, and they didn’t do it as part of an “I’m insane” defense strategy either.
In a state where a child is expelled from school because she criticized the school on Facebook, and where 86% of disabled children cannot be accommodated in charter schools you would have thought they had bigger problems to solve than making sure Satanists get their fair share of publicity.
Florida, the state where a child is excluded from school because he takes a toy gun in his bag and another is kicked out because a science experiment went awry, and then she is faced with felony charges over the incident.
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