Satanic Temple of Seattle / Grade School

Satanic Temple of Seattle / Grade School

Satan club of Seattle …and worship in the form of activism. … [reference article below]


Satan’s club idea of worship is “activism” upon your grade school children. It is enough to make a Social Service agent blush with pride.

Parents don’t say you weren’t told.

So far the Christian church is batting about zero when it comes to standing firm – so it is time for judgment – behold the test.

I know where you live-where Satan has his throne. Yet you remain true to my name. You did not renounce your faith in me, even in the days of Antipas, my faithful witness, who was put to death in your city-where Satan lives. (Revelation 2:13)

Warning:

The great shakening is coming.

Bonus:

Wonder how Enumclaw Police, agree with 30% of “my” doctrine is going to make out against the Seattle Satan Club.

Lesson:

Heads up King County Courts – note the pictures on the walls – you only think you have problems now. Business should be good now that you have persecuted any Christianity with salt out of the school and towns of Washington State. Thanks Supreme Court for making up rulings out of thin air to suite your personal constructs.

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opinion unto righteousness ~ enumclaw.com ~ timothy williams
[ proverbs 18:2 ]

Article Reference

(latimes.com)—Lilith Starr, a devil’s advocate in every sense, is in a rush to get her After School Satan Club started.

As founder of the Satanic Temple of Seattle, she’s under pressure from national satanic headquarters — located in the Colonial witch trials city of Salem, Mass. — to launch a counter-strike against grade school Christianity by opening an after-school Satan Club.

“I think many people have the misunderstanding that we are some kind of tongue-in-cheek troll group,” said Starr, 44, a Harvard grad who sometimes dresses in church robes and, when circumstances demand, paints her lips and part of her face black.

“But in reality we are a very serious religion, with our own shared narrative, culture and symbols, a code of ethics — our Seven Tenets — and worship in the form of activism.”

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