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The Devil in Oklahoma: Satanic Ritual Promoted by Registered Sex Offender

Posted on | July 8, 2014 | 72 Comments

Headline at the Daily Caller:

What Did Oklahoma Do To Incur
The Wrath Of Satan And His Minions?

The news is bizarre: The Oklahoma City Civic Center Music Hall will be the site of a Black Mass event in September, sponsored by the “Dakhma of Angra Mainyu,” a satanic cult led by Adam Daniel.

In an e-mail to, Daniel said the Black Mass is planned as “a defiant act to show the Catholics that Satanism will stand up and fight for our religious rights.” Other than worship of Beelzebub, what “religious rights” does Daniel have in mind?

Dakhma of Angra Mainyu is about freedom from any religion that chooses to bind you to some type of dogma [that] forces you to restrain your natural animal instincts. . . .
Choose Angra Mainyu, and become a natural animal of flesh once again.

Hmmm. So it’s about becoming “a natural animal of flesh.” Would it surprise you to learn that, according to KWTV, Adam Daniel is a registered sex offender who reportedly had an “inappropriate relationship” with a female inmate when he worked as a prison guard?

If you’re waiting for feminists to denounce this satanic pervert for “rape culture,” you’ll be waiting until Hell freezes over.



72 Responses to “The Devil in Oklahoma: Satanic Ritual Promoted by Registered Sex Offender”

  1. JesusSchemus
    July 9th, 2014 @ 7:35 pm

    no, the glaring inconsistencies are in your ideology. a god of love who condemns people to eternal suffering for not believing in him. yeah, that’s consistent. And no, the real, historical Jesus did not die for “our sins”. he was just another messiah trying to rid the homeland of Roman occupation and wound up on Golgotha nailed to a cross. End of story. The rest is a mish mash of Hellenistic mythology, and obfuscation of his real intentions: destroying Rome.

  2. JesusSuck
    July 9th, 2014 @ 7:40 pm

    youre why everyone should despise Christians.

  3. NeoWayland
    July 9th, 2014 @ 7:44 pm

    No, it is not. Totalitarianism needs force to back it up. Otherwise people can just walk away.

    It’s never common sense to purge a belief system, especially when you do it in the name of moral superiority.

  4. NeoWayland
    July 9th, 2014 @ 8:05 pm


    First Corinthians 13:4

    Luke 6:37

    If you had faith, you wouldn’t need threats.

    In the immortal words of Mohandas Gandhi:

    “I like your Christ, I do not like your Christians. Your Christians are so unlike your Christ.”

  5. JesusSchmezus
    July 9th, 2014 @ 8:18 pm

    In his mind Gandhi went to hell too, for the terrible sin of not being a Christian. Amazing anyone could believe such nonsense.

  6. JesusSchmezus5
    July 9th, 2014 @ 8:24 pm

    Christianity used to use force, and torture to make you believe. Islam still does. No doubt that if they could Christians would still be flaying you if they could. Religion is loaded with violence. blowing up an abortion clinic or murdering a doctor in the name of God isn’t using force? I think you need to rethink that. ironically satanists have no such record.

  7. Trespassers W
    July 9th, 2014 @ 8:31 pm

    I am DEVASTATED by your logic and command of rhetoric. I’m just happy that you didn’t toss in something along the lines of “I fart in your general direction.” I would have been reduced to tears!


  8. NeoWayland
    July 9th, 2014 @ 8:35 pm

    First let’s make the obvious distinction. Some Christians used force, most did not. Every one you point to, I can find thousands who did not.

    On the whole, I like Christians. You can usually trust them to be upfront with you and keep their word.

    If Satanists had greater numbers, they’d have their power mad jerks too.

    Just so you know, religion is almost never the reason for violence. It’s the excuse, not the reason.

  9. NeoWayland
    July 9th, 2014 @ 8:38 pm

    Oh, I don’t know.

    For example, I believe that most people are basically good.

  10. Quartermaster
    July 9th, 2014 @ 9:12 pm

    God will allow you to believe any myth you choose to believe. Enjoy life while you are here. It will, sadly, be all you have.

  11. Quartermaster
    July 9th, 2014 @ 9:15 pm

    No. You hate Christians because they will tell you the hard truth you have no desire to hear. At the bottom line, that’s a personal problem.

    God will allow you to believe any myth you choose. In the end, however, we either say to Him, “They will be done” and we follow His ways, or he will say “They will be done,” and you will be banished to an eternity separated from everything that is even remotely good. The choice is entirely your own.

  12. Quartermaster
    July 9th, 2014 @ 9:20 pm

    Neo, the Bible is all one piece. It is not a buffet we can pick and choose from. We accept it all, or we accept none of it. God does love. That’s why Christ came. But, if you reject the way God provided to avoid His wrath, then you get what you get.

    Gahndi understood what Christianity was all about as much as I understand High Energy Physics. The man, revered in India, was a wack job. He had a view of Christ that was foreign to scripture.

    Christ was loving, but he could violent. Witness what he did to the moneychangers in the Temple. He is also pictured as the Warrior King who will come back to earth and utterly destroy His enemies.

    People accept the picture they want, while rejecting what they don’t like. God is love, but he is a God of justice as well.

  13. NeoWayland
    July 9th, 2014 @ 9:51 pm

    NeoWayland, please, or NW. Neo is the movie character. I was NeoWayland long before that.

    You do realize that if “the Bible is all one piece,” you can’t pick and choose bits and pieces to quote, don’t you? If you eat all your veggies and are especially nice, I won’t demand that you start following all those bits in Numbers and Leviticus. We won’t talk about the deleted texts now.

    How do you suppose those disciples did it? They had to work without a New Testament.

  14. NeoWayland
    July 9th, 2014 @ 10:00 pm

    All this fixation on the Bible is missing the forest for the trees.

    Your scripture isn’t nearly as important as how you manifest it.

    I don’t care about your god. I do care about the people around me. I’d rather not fight a religious war, but I can fight to defend me and mine.

    The way I see it, it’s better if we humans at least talk to each other. Maybe argue and wave fingers in each others faces.

    You have your god, I have mine. For all we know they may go out for beer and wine every seventh year. So let’s honor the gods and treat each other decently.

  15. Quartermaster
    July 10th, 2014 @ 6:40 am

    “…you can’t pick and choose bits and pieces to quote, don’t you?”

    Yes and no. Yes, as long as it’s in context and within the meaning that comes from the entire text. No, if out of context.

    And old saying from hermeneutics is “a text without a context is a pretext.” If I say that God is love and therefore he will not send anyone to hell, Then I am denying a part of what God is by denying he is just and that he will not force himself upon us. If he placed a sinner in heaven after this life is over, not only would he be unjust, but is forcing a sinner into an environment that is completely against what he has liked in life. It would be another form of hell for that person.

  16. Quartermaster
    July 10th, 2014 @ 6:43 am

    I don not have the fixation you accuse me of. I do however care where you spend eternity. I serve the only living God, the one that created the entire cosmos we live in. He’s also the one that we either serve, or we spend eternity separated from him.

    No one can be regarded as caring if they know how to avoid the wrath of God and do not warn others of sin and coming judgment. If that is something you do not like, then too bad.

  17. NeoWayland
    July 10th, 2014 @ 10:01 am

    So, only the True Believers® are allowed to quote the Bible as they choose because they are special.

    I told you before, that says more about your faith than it does my arguments.

    It’s not enough that I be a good person, I must supplicate myself before the altar of your dogma and beg forgiveness.

    Not going to happen, My gods gave me a pass. They also told me what was up.

    It’s not your god who demands those things. It’s certain pesky humans who claim to speak in his name.

  18. NeoWayland
    July 10th, 2014 @ 10:06 am

    If you didn’t have the fixation, you wouldn’t keep clubbing people over the head.

    Look, how many Christians regularly post comments here? I’d say somewhere between 30 & 50. There’s probably another 20 or so who chime in once in a while.

    How many of them regularly quote scripture?

    No, that’s the wrong question.

    How many of them need to quote scripture?

  19. Quartermaster
    July 10th, 2014 @ 10:24 am

    Sorry you think I’m “clubbing people over the head.” I could not care less what you think of me personally. If you want to think I have a fixation, then have at it.
    How many post on the matter is utterly irrelevant. That’s entirely their choice. perhaps they see me do it let it go because it’s been taken care of.
    You keep asking the wrong questions almost everything you post. I have no “need” to post anything, least of all scripture. You don’t like, ’nuff said. It ain’t gonna stop me, and if you don’t like it then you’ll simply have to suck it up and drive on.
    One thing, however, you won’t be able to stand before Christ and say you never heard it. You’ve heard and rejected it, and that will all that matters at that point.
    Past that, rave on dude. I’m finished here.

  20. NeoWayland
    July 10th, 2014 @ 10:30 am

    You’re using your scripture as a crutch.

    It’s like you’re raving over the Owner’s Manual and you’ve never taken the car for a spin.

    Or any car.

  21. Quartermaster
    July 10th, 2014 @ 11:55 am

    Back this once. Given the utter nonsense and idiocy you’ve posted since you first came here, you don’t have the slightest idea what a philosophical crutch is. It would behoove you to take a serious look at yourself before you go lecturing anyone about “crutches.” The main thing you’ve accomplished here is to verify King David’s statement that “the fool has said in his heart, there is no God.”
    Therewith, I take my leave.

  22. NeoWayland
    July 10th, 2014 @ 2:48 pm

    These dramatic exits would be a lot more effective if you stayed off the threads you said you were abandoning.

    I’m sure you’ll soon trot out your Scriptural Secret Weapon the next time someone does something you don’t approve of and you’ll try to dictate rules about how the Bible can be used.

    But where in the Bible do you get license to do that? You’re playing the part of a Pharisee there.

    My rule system doesn’t depend on the Bible. And it doesn’t exclude you from depending on scripture.

    It just means that it doesn’t apply to me.