The Satanists of Southern California

One of the more comedic segments from our turn of the millennium TV series featured a group of self-described satanists. Take them and the former FBI agent on their tail, Ted Gunderson, seriously, or not, as you prefer…

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20 Comments on "The Satanists of Southern California"

  1. The bulls horns kill me.

  2. this is just such a load of bullshit. these cretins running around in silly costumes are as much satanist as the drunks at a football game are vikings. and this fbi agent is just a clueless moron who buys into their childish rpg. c’mon disinfo!!!

    • Matt Staggs | Jan 11, 2013 at 10:42 am |

      “One of the more comedic segments from our turn of the millennium TV series…”

  3. geminihigh | Jan 11, 2013 at 10:28 am |

    Anton LaVey tried his best to get away from people like this while he was alive, but ultimately new losers of this caliber just kept trying to get into his circle. I am a LaVeyan Satanist and quite frankly I am always baffled by these rejects from SoCal who claim they are the same. Worship of the devil is a heretical Christian practice, but an inherently Christian one nonetheless. Real satanists love animals and cringe at the thought of any creature being harmed for any purpose other than for food or in a person’s own self-defense, just as all other healthy human beings do. As for the whole Satanic Ritual Abuse phenomenon, I doubted it for many years, writing it off as a born again Christian fantasy, but recently I have come to the conclusion that it is indeed real and continues to this day. Look into the history of Colonel Michael Aquino, a former associate of LaVey who left the COS to create the Temple of Set, and you will find the point where so-called satanism, mind control, and various intelligence apparatuses coalesce. I would like to thank author Dave McGowan for methodically blowing the lid of this often dismissed subject. His book “Programmed to Kill” is a real eye opener that is a must-read.

  4. Gregory Wyrdmaven | Jan 11, 2013 at 10:33 am |

    I was taking the XXXL Satanist seriously until his Dark Bag O’ Black Magicks (note how the letter K there looks like a goat) is revealed to be a plastic Wal*Mart shopping bag. (No, plastic vs paper is not evil enough.) At least appease the Prince of Darkness by spending enough shekels to get a G.I. Joe Backpack or something…sheesh. The sneakers sort of give it away too under the robe. As for the missing children…I think he swallowed them.
    No one’s told any of these people that Satan is actually an angel whose purpose is to be Yahweh’s conscience (Book of Job)? Doesn’t anybody read the goddamn book anymore?
    Fiat lux. (note how the X is a goat both up and down…sinister)

  5. Thad McKraken | Jan 11, 2013 at 10:52 am |

    My ex girlfriend borrowed the DVD I had of this show and never gave it back. So good.

  6. kowalityjesus | Jan 11, 2013 at 2:30 pm |

    I actually watched a number of videos from this series a few years ago during my extensive and ongoing survey of youtube. They are quite balls.

    Does anyone else think that it is wholly appropriate that a Satanist is DJ-ing Brittany Spears for kids? Talk about pedophilial/sexually immoral inculcation; that woman’s whole career was an intentional raping by degrees of her innocence.

  7. Jeff Smith | Jan 11, 2013 at 5:50 pm |

    That fat guy is a fucking joke, a true satanist wouldn’t be that obese, they would hold themselves to a higher standard.

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