Tattoos reveal Abraham’s farcical view of Satanism

Since the beginning of the Hampstead SRA hoax, one of the recurring howls from those who would love to believe that hundreds of babies and children are being raped, murdered, and eaten in a school in North London has been, “Let the accused show us their tattoos!” The logic behind this being, of course, that any upright innocent person who was accused of such horrific crimes would instantly high-tail it down to the nearest police station, drop their draws, and demonstrate their non-tattooed privates.

We’ve tried to explain to the knobheads who believe this that such an approach is not just silly, but actually illegal, but to no avail. It’s silly because we all know that no matter how unblemished the skin of the alleged abusers might be, those who are excited by the thought of small children being raped and tortured would simply respond that the so-called accused had cheated in some way: tattoo removal, Photo-shopped images with the tattoos carefully blanked out, magical spells that erased the images from the camera, payoffs to the photographers…you get the idea.

And it’s illegal because the police are not permitted to demand that a person who has been accused of no crime reveal any evidence of anything. Period.

Then there’s the most obvious argument of all: that when one is accused of a crime (which no one has been, but in the event), it is up to the accuser to prove that the crime happened. It’s not up to the accused to prove that it did not. That’s part of the presumption of innocence, which is one of the fundamental tenets of law in all democratic societies.

Tattoos were ‘childish, Hollywood-inspired’

But quite aside from the legalities and practical issues of proving whether or not the parents, teachers, and clergy of Hampstead have various tattoos which demonstrate their allegiance to a fictional baby-eating cult, there’s the fact that the alleged tattoos themselves are just plain ridiculous.

As long-time commenter Justin Sanity pointed out yesterday, the pictures which Abraham Christie and Ella Draper forced RD’s children to draw betrayed a farcical, childish, and incorrect understanding of “Satanic imagery”, very much in keeping with Abraham’s own unsophisticated fascination with the subject:

I knew it! I knew this was going to be the STUPIDEST conspiraloon-faked “evidence” I’ve ever heard of!

Hahahahahaha- OMG – hahahaha!!

Seriously? Horned faces? hahahaha!!

Naturally 🙂
Inspired by Pan, because he was surely Satan? WRONG!
Inspired then by the ancient stag-headed god Cernunnos, because he was surely Satan? WRONG!
Inspired at least by Eliphas Levi’s Baphomet, because that must certainly be Satan? WRONG!

OMG. The most childish, hollywood inspired understanding of “Satan” & “Satanism” – THAT is all this supposedly ultra-sophisticated international cult of Satan worshippers could come up with to symbolize themselves? They must surely have ridden on brooms then, and been obsessed with the number 13 and ouija boards – like Dr Pazder believed? The same childish understanding of an Abe, or an Ella, or an Angie?

What a farce. How does this nonsense even manage to perpetuate itself? It’s beyond me…

Here are the drawings in question: note the “horned god” and “god with antlers” motifs, along with the standard five-pointed stars:

As Justin points out, the idea that the Greek horned god, Pan, represents Satan is incorrect. In fact, Christ was originally associated with Pan, who was one of the “pastoral pantheon” in Greece—shepherds and farmers would pray to Pan to watch over their flocks, and to protect them from attacks by wolves. This was very much in keeping with the Christian view of Jesus as “good shepherd”. It was Pan’s other function, as a fertility god, that worried the Christians—a little too much fun and frolic for their taste—and so Christians (not Satanists) began to associate Pan with a devil-figure.

Similarly, the Celtic stag-headed god Cernunnos was a pagan entity, only associated with Satan in the eyes of Christians. As for Baphomet, the seated goat-figure has been traced back to the writings of Eliphas Levi, who gave the goat-headed creature the name Baphomet. We’ve heard this explained as a reference to a ram-headed Egyptian god named Banedbjedet, or possibly a distortion of the name Muhammed. Wherever it comes from, the association is quite recent, having been originally drawn in 1854.

So…no. Not an “ancient Satanic symbol”. Sorry.

Yet in Abraham Christie’s underdeveloped mind, these horned/antlered gods are not only representative, but literally central to the fictional tattoos in question.

He also includes five-pointed stars—surely as Satanic as it’s possible to get, right?

Nope.

The earliest references to the five points of the star come from Christianity, where they were said to represent the five wounds suffered by Christ during his crucifixion. The goat’s head pentagram can be traced back only as far as an image in an 1897 book called La Clef de la Magia Noire written by Stanislas de Guaita, a French occultist who wanted to emphasise the distinction between occultism and Devil worship.

So to claim that any or all of these symbols represent an “ultra-sophisticated international cult of Satan worshippers” is just plain silly. These are not images that any “real” Satanist would choose—leaving aside the fact that absolutely no evidence of Satanic ritual sexual abuse has ever been found. In fact, the term “ritual abuse” can be directly traced back to 1980, when Lawrence Pazder and Michelle Proby wrote the infamous and almost wholly fictional book Michelle Remembers, kicking off the satanic panic of the 1980s and 1990s.

The fact that so many of Abraham’s followers have been not only willing but eager to swallow his childish fairy-tale version of “Satanic child rapists and baby eaters” only illustrates the profound and willful ignorance of all concerned.


1 May 2017: Edited to add this clarification from Justin—

To be fair, there have been self-professed “satanists” who used horned-god symbolism in various ways. Both LeVay’s Church of Satan and the more recent Satanic Temple DO use that imagery in their ‘corporate’ logos, and Satanic Temple have used baphomet statues to great effect in their struggles against government sanctioned, public, promotion of Christian symbolism & beliefs (which is a violation of the US constitution). But, both of these are public entities and more of a secularist, anti- religious tyranny organizations than genuine satan worshippers.

Teenaged dabblers have also used this symbolism, being inspired by commercial exploitation vis., “The Exorcist” and heavy-metal rock bands, with no genuine understanding of it.

BUT – the idea that a super-sophisticated, super-secret, international conspiracy of devil-worshippers as the Illuminati is alleged to be, would employ such childish & hollywood inspired imagery to represent themselves is simply farcical. It’s akin to suggesting that Interpol might use a cartoon figure like Superman, or a cartoon crime-fighter organization like The Justice League, to represent themselves.

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74 thoughts on “Tattoos reveal Abraham’s farcical view of Satanism

  1. The fruitloops don’t believe the judge, they don’t believe the children, they don’t believe that the children were tortured by a perverted criminal, they don’t believe the medical report (except the parts that they want to be true, but do not match the extent of the abuse allegations), they don’t believe in logic, common sense or the real world, so why would they believe in a new Police Investigation? They wouldn’t, unless it conforms to their child sexual rape fantasies. If it doesn’t involve children, rape, illuminati, freemasons, cannabilism, a satanic death cult and shape shifting reptilians, it just isn’t exciting enough for them.

    They do not care about everyday CSA.

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  2. To be fair, there have been self-professed “satanists” who used horned-god symbolism in various ways.
    Both LeVay’s Church of Satan and the more recent Satanic Temple DO use that imagery in their ‘corporate’ logos, and Satanic Temple have used baphomet statues to great effect in their struggles against government sanctioned, public, promotion of Christian symbolism & beliefs (which is a violation of the US constitution).
    But, both of these are public entities and more of a secularist, anti- religious tyranny organizations than genuine satan worshippers.

    Teenaged dabblers have also used this symbolism, being inspired by commercial exploitation vis., “The Exorcist” and heavy-metal rock bands, with no genuine understanding of it.

    BUT – the idea that a super-sophisticated, super-secret, international conspiracy of devil-worshippers as the Illuminati is alleged to be, would employ such childish & hollywood inspired imagery to represent themselves is simply farcical. Its akin to suggesting that Interpol might use a cartoon figure like Superman, or a cartoon crime-fighter organization like The Justice League, to represent themselves.

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  3. The Hampstead kids never once sounded like they’d been brought up in a cult with a religious belief system. They never mentioned deity names, liturgy or anything like that. If you attend rituals over several years, as they initially said they did, you’d know all this inside out and it would be part of the story you told. I didn’t hear one statement that would lead me to believe they’d attended any kind of ritual. It was all general (we danced, wore skulls and sacrificed babies) but no specifics. If you talk to kids the same age who attend the Roman Catholic church they’ll mention God and Jesus a lot and tell you in detail about the mass, how it’s performed, what is said during ceremony etc. Never heard any details like this from the Hampstead kids and why not? Because the people who coached them didn’t have a clue beyond what they’d seen in Hammer horrors or Hollywood movies.

    Great post above and spot on!

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    • “The Hampstead kids never once sounded like they’d been brought up in a cult with a religious belief system. They never mentioned deity names, liturgy or anything like that. If you attend rituals over several years, as they initially said they did, you’d know all this inside out and it would be part of the story you told. I didn’t hear one statement that would lead me to believe they’d attended any kind of ritual. It was all general (we danced, wore skulls and sacrificed babies) but no specifics”.

      Very important, and revealing, point. Thank you.

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      • Yes, I was raised Anglican, and when I was a kid I could have told you about the crucifixion and resurrection, palm fronds on Palm Sunday, the Creed, etc. I heard nothing of the sort from these kids–because they’d only been coached in the parts Abe was interested in.

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  4. Thanks 🙂
    This reminds me to ask…what is the point of having some allegedly satanic symbol tattooed on your GENITALS supposed to be? Why there, as opposed to…on your arms, legs, chest, back, face or neck?
    How is, having a tattoo – of any kind – on your GENITALS supposed to advance Satan’s presumed agenda for domination of the planet? How, exactly, does having tattoos on that area of your body contribute to loss of faith amongst Christian believers? Or contribute to increased recruitment of slavish satanic servants? Or any other presumed logical/rational goal that imaginary devil worshippers ought to have?

    Its not even consistent with the conspiranoid’s own childish mythology about ludicrous reverse-christianity “desecration of the holy”. To be consistent with that, the tattoos ought to be of Jesus or Mary, and on their anuses, so that when they sodomize each other they’d be committing carnal desecration in a figurative sense.

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  5. “Social media firms are ‘shamefully far’ from tackling illegal and dangerous content, says a parliamentary report.

    Hate speech, terror recruitment videos and sexual images of children all took too long to be removed, said the Home Affairs Select Committee report.

    It called for a review of UK laws and stronger enforcement around illegal material.

    And the government should consider making the sites pay to help police what people post, it said.

    The cross-party committee took evidence from Facebook, Twitter and Google, the parent company of YouTube, for its report.

    It said they had made efforts to tackle abuse and extremism on their platforms, but ‘nowhere near enough is being done’…

    …The committee said it had found ‘repeated examples of social media companies failing to remove illegal content when asked to do so’, including terrorist recruitment material, promotion of sexual abuse of children and incitement to racial hatred.

    It said the largest firms were ‘big enough, rich enough and clever enough’ to sort the problem out, and that it was ‘shameful’ that they had failed to use the same ingenuity to protect public safety as they had to protect their own income…

    …The MPs said it was ‘unacceptable’ that social media companies relied on users to report content, saying they were ‘outsourcing’ the role ‘at zero expense’.

    Yet the companies expected the police – funded by the taxpayer – to bear the costs of keeping them clean of extremism…

    …Facebook, Twitter and Google did not respond to a BBC request for comment on the committee’s findings.

    The firms had previously told the committee that they worked hard to make sure freedom of expression was protected within the law…”

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-39744016

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    • Hurray for the Home Affairs Select Committee!

      I was very surprised by a CBC radio show on technology, broadcast on Saturday. It featured a techno-industry analyst, who actually said that Facebook needs to accept responsibility for mis-use of its live-streaming technology and might have to “fundamentally change the nature” of that platform.
      Which is what I’ve been saying, but I never thought I’d hear an industry analyst say things like that.
      Perhaps real change will come, after all.

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    • What these hoaxers have subjected the Hampstead children (and their parents and extended families) to is a form of child abuse.
      To accuse parents of dreadful crimes abuses the entire family. The particular father involved has mercilessly been subject to an appalling campaign of hate and thus his children are unwitting victims as well.

      This has been a conspiracy to abuse children. Just as the poor McCanns have been subject to a dreadful & vicious campaign without these goons giving a single thought to their other 2 children who must suffer because of this.

      I do not believe these tech giants will do a single thing unless dragged kicking and screaming to by the law.

      I call Facebook’s claim it employs “1000s” of people to check on reports sheer bullshit.

      Just look at the hideous Araya’s Facebook timeline- a litany of vile anti-Semitic Jewish hatred that accuses an entire race of people collectively of vile crimes like sacrificing babies even while she claims there is “no such thing” as a Jewish race. Facebook’s false claim they police racial hatred is a crock of shit.

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      • “I do not believe these tech giants will do a single thing unless dragged kicking and screaming to by the law.”

        100% with you there Sam. And even then, it’s going to take the (fully deserved IMHO) jailing of their Directors to get really solid reform. I’ve heard the argument that since these companies (and therefore their owners, shareholders and senior management) are making financial gain from the trade in misery, bullying, intimidation etc. Then they should bear both civil and criminal responsibility for their actions…….. I’d love to see one of these bastards like Zuckerberg, Mullenweg or Boren arrested at Heathrow!

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      • Yes, I agree Sam. I have found their reporting system ridiculous—and they have told me that some of the most foul hate material, directed against both individuals and entire races, “doesn’t violate their community standards”.

        Let’s put it this way: if that’s okay in their community, it’s not a community I wish to belong to.

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        • There have been many petitions, causes on facebook to demand a report to ceop button, i guess there’s a danger of overuse,,,,,,,I’ve said for years, i just do not believe that tech wizards can’t work out a way, and when i saw a programme showing a big screen in Kenwood House. It showed the web, and flares of traffic, and i do think, there have been signs of gear shifting….but what do i know ?
          Some charming messages in my other inbox, btw…….. i HAVE screenshot them…. but also exposed on my wall…. I’ll try and post it now…but there is definite interference attempts,,,,,, and i am still getting used to a new OS. ‘If I don’t remove my account …..they will’ apparantly….. mark fawes, from memory…. jeez, i’m auto just using one tab, but this little machine, can’t handle as much as my old lappy…. or is it me ? lol

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    • I find what’s reported of the Home Affairs Select Committee report to be vapid and essentially driven by self-interest on the part of politicians. Weak with no possibility of being effective. Certainly what I heard of it on Radio 4 this morning was only that. As important as “child abuse images” and “terror threats” are, the bud that needs to be nipped is the abuse of ordinary people. I know from personal experience that Google/Youtube make it as difficult as they possible can to report problems, and that very often their actions come down on the side of bullies – because its profitable. I’m told that WordPress is worse. Facebook is as bad as both combined and that other platforms such as snapchat are basically (figuratively of course) happy to open the veins of the vulnerable to fill their coffers. But as usual, the politicians just wallow in their own interests.

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      • “As important as “child abuse images” and “terror threats” are, the bud that needs to be nipped is the abuse of ordinary people”.

        Yes, this has been a central problem on the internet since the days of the old bulletin boards, and has grown exponentially since the advent of “Web 2.0” (anyone else remember it being called that? Just me? never mind….). As soon as the social media platforms emerged, and discovered that they could monetise their activities, all pretense of civility was lost.

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    • I really think a training tool for mental health professionals, need to show the danger, online for their patients/clients and also the professionals within the establishment, that have also enabled the lunatic fringe regression, therapists to blossom…..need exposing and so this can stop, in the real world damage it is doing…… Alot of money could now be directed by some key institutions, taking responsiblility. and putting their own houses in order. People too.

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    • Well the children didn’t make all that up, Abe Christie did! And not only do the kids show the signs of being battered in the videos, the creepy little pervert can be heard coaching them! Anne Branley, whoever the fuck she is, is clearly a very stupid and/or twisted woman.

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      • Yes i get sick of people saying that there’s no way the children could have made all of it up. Why can’t they understand that they didn’t have to make anything up as Abe beat the story into them.

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        • It’s very well known that people who are tortured will say almost anything to make the torture stop. And those who can’t believe the children could “make it up”—that’s true, they didn’t. Abe did.

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          • I did……. I was tortured, and ended up making up lies, to make it stop…… then there was extra punishment…. i really can imagine how those children felt in morocco, and have been treated to some of the treatment by people in the healing, free energy, crop circle, aliens, bla bla, movement, briefly…….. 90’s, that is partly, why i can see now what they are really about, moreso,……….. also, as a younger worker, i did work in sales……..i was bloody good…..i did work for some of the best/worst conmen as a canvasser…..leads are gold,,,,,,soft leads double gold…….reverse sell…forbidden, key word,,,,make people want it. …it is very sickening…..I made a promise mid 90’s, 83 ish, that i would never again, use my skills to sell something i didn’t believe in….or that i knew would cause harm……
            They created 4mill soft leads………softened by the pretense of child protection…..false heroes, claiming lies…..suiting many dark, evil agendas……targeting any who could/would shed light, on their wickedness….causing confusion, division……just like ickey says ‘poison n cure’,,,,,,,,,this is what they are doing…..poisoning, the chalice of info sharing/community sharing, Then appears a fake solution, and whammy, ,,,,,,when people wake up, the bullying, target cult like from start to finish…….

            But, at the same time, better and more sussed/healed/informed/experienced/healthy/sound/intelligent people have also been walking along , working, on all of this too…….
            gosh it’s a bit like that film chrystal….?
            .

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          • I think it is fair to suggest that most sentient beings(of any age) given the choice of being buried alive in the desert or mimicking some complete bollocks would err significantly towards the latter.

            Angie has chosen to spend her waking hours spouting abject bollocks without so much as a potato gun to her head so it cant be that difficult.

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    • Would any of these people know what a “real” abused child does sound like? I’m thinking not.

      Incidentally, I believe Ms Branley is the same person who was blocked by Neelu the other day. I think she’s involved with that Abel Danger Superhero Wannabe club.

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  6. Meanwhile in an alternative universe Ratbags Incorporated are indulging yet again in Delusions of Grandeur.

    Many times convicted criminal and the goose behind the Great Hemp Desert Scandal Wesley Hall has kindly offered a perch for D.C.Martin (in hiding) to reveal all about the North London Satanist Baby Eaters.

    Fantasist & Serial Liar Angela Power-Disney reveals that she knows D.C. Martin cried like a baby but got a shiny medal from The Freemasons for seeing through The Plot (as above).

    Jen Andrews writes a stirring pray for the vicious anti-Semite John Patterson and has asked Jesus to protect him. Hasn’t yet realised that Jesus is, err Jewish.

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  7. I’m a member of some Irish republican facebook groups and ive been noticing warnings about Angie and Tracy being “touts” are appearing on them recently, people are being warned to have nothing to do with them.

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  8. Pardon my ignorance, but is “tout” just the same as a common or garden con merchant or does it have an additional meaning? Are they flogging fake tickets or goods or something?

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  12. If anything, surely it would be Satan that represents Pan, given that the Christians drew the likeness of their Satan from Pan, along other various other deities to begin with.

    But hey, this is Christian truther stuff we’re talking about.

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