Affiliation We were established in 1966 c.e. by Anton Szandor LaVey, who declared it the Year One, Anno Satanas, thus opening the floodgates to a revolution designed to smash the hypocrisy and unreason of organized religions and mystical philosophies of either Right or Left-Hand paths. We stand as a formidable threat to those who would halt progress in the name of spirituality and theism of any sort. We are explorers on the untrodden paths of science, human motivation and mystery—all that is most truly occult. Our primary goal is to clearly disseminate the philosophy created by Anton Szandor LaVey to those who have an interest in understanding the truth regarding our beliefs and practices, and to encourage individuals who embrace Satanism to utilize this perspective as a means for enhancing their lives and for leaving a legacy of creativity that demonstrates to human society the potency of our diabolical perspective.
In the Bible, the name Baal is applied to two different men, one town and one idol; Baal the male god of Canaan and Phoenicians; counterpart of the female Asherah (Judges 2:13). The town called Baal is located in the southern part of the territory of Judah (Joshua 15:29), and is probably the same as the town named Bilhah (1 Chronicles 4:29), and perhaps even the town named Balah (Joshua 19:3). The two men named Baal are a descendant of Reuben (1 Chronicles 5:6), and a son of Jeiel and Maacah of Gibeon in Benjamin (1 Chronicles 8:30). Note: this name shouldn't be pronounced as a monosyllabic "Bale" but as Bah-Al. The word Baal is derived from the common Hebrew verb The name Baal: meaning, origin and etymology
The name Baal: meaning, origin and etymology
John Todd the Illuminati and witchcraft, his talk in text and audio MP3 format Image created during the Cold War! Copyright 1980 © by Jacob Sailor "We are all ignorant; just about different things." -Mark Twain "All tyranny needs to gain a foothold is for people of good conscience to remain silent."
John Todd, Satanism and the Illuminati In the fall of 1978, John Todd spoke at the Elkton Maryland Baptist Church when Dr. Berry was pastor. Here are the transcripts of the meeting: ONE THING I'D LIKE TO SAY BEFORE I GET STARTED, it never seems to fail that when I'm done a few of my brothers and sisters in the Lord have fear in their hearts.
Spiritual warfare can be insidious. Prayer is one of our offensive weapons to fight the battle. The other is the Bible. We need both to avoid being taken out by attacks.