(Tea Party 247) – One emerging group of domestic terrorists you won’t hear much about on the evening news: Satanists.
Last month, an Army soldier was charged with distributing bomb-making material online and threatening Democratic hopeful Beto O’Rourke with assassination.
Naturally, the media reported that he was a member of the alt-right, the disorganized, fringe political movement that has little political influence and yet has become a boogeyman to modern leftists.
The Associated Press, however, let the cat out of the bag: he was a Satanist, not a member of the alt-right.
“A prosecutor alleged in federal court Thursday that an Army infantry soldier charged with distributing information about building bombs is a Satanist who plotted to overthrow the U.S. government…”
The suspect’s profile name on his Telegram account was “Anti-Kosmic 2182”, a reference to the anti-cosmic Satanic sect:
The fact that the suspect’s target was a leftist is of no consequence. The enemy of my enemy is most certainly not automatically on the right.
Satanists will target anyone to achieve their diabolical aims.
The “Anti-Cosmic” sect of the Satanic religion, Old Thinker News explains, seeks chaos to establish “A new dark aeon…” and “All that dare oppose the Ancient Ones shall be destroyed.”
A manifesto of the anti-cosmic Satanic religion called “Liber Azerate Appendix of Volume 1” explains, in part:
“A new dark aeon will be begin, as all returns to primordial nothingness. Chaos will reign supreme. All that dare oppose the Ancient Ones shall be destroyed.”
The oath that “believers” take says that:
“I realize that there is a battle between Chaos and order, and I realize my part in the battle. I believe in Chaos, the origin and end of all things, and declare Satan as the outer aspect of my inner might. I look forward to the dissolution of the cosmic order and the beginning of a new dark aeon.”
The Temple of Satan has openly professed support with the left’s politics of destroying the existing establishment.
Lucien Graves, TOS co-founder, recently said that, “At this point there seems to be an inherent, intuitive grasp of what Satan can mean in a heroic context…”
Antifa members were also recently caught openly hailing Satan in Oregon: