Hot on the heels of our transference of the article Sacred Abortion, I ran across an interview with Zachary King titled, “Ex-Satanist: Babies ritually aborted for devil ‘Your hands have to get bloody’,” World Net Daily. He has also been interviewed by the Lepanto Institute, et al.
In the early 1980s AD, he was involved in a Satanic coven and at one point the coven’s males were to have sex with a woman so as to get her pregnant so as to, eventually, perform a ritual abortion.
Zachary was a teenager then and had to ask, “What is an abortion?” the reply for which was “we say a spell and there is a baby in its mother’s womb and we kill it…As long as it’s inside the woman, it’s legal” (emphasis added for emphasis).
Ritual abortions were great news to him as if they “kill someone inside a woman, and that’s legal, and five minutes later it’s illegal…This is awesome. I can do this all day long. You step through this door and you can kill, and you step through this other door and you go to prison. That in itself should tell you how satanic it is…The coven leader called it a baby, not a lump of cells, and he said, ‘You kill it.’ They didn’t call it a lump of cells.”
Zachary King would come to oversee some 140 ritual abortion and:
…he wore the same type of wizard’s garb seen in a music video by female rocker Pink for her song, “Just Like a Pill.” The video shows a wizard, dressed in black, his face painted pale and wearing a black top hat, reciting a spell behind the singer, as the scene then flips to simulated group sex.
He explained that intermingling sex and magick and/or Satanism and/or occultism in general was popularized by Aleister Crowley and I will add; by the Ordo Templi Orientis. The OTO accused Crowley of, somehow, accessing their secret sacred sex rites but it turns out that they have just happened upon the same ideas around the same time. That is to say that they were both Satanically influenced to perform the same rites. And, of course, ritual sex has a very, very ancient history what with temple prostitution, etc.
Many have noticed, reported on and have been told about similar occurrences.
Alveda King, a pro-life activist with Priests for Life and the niece of slain civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., said she believes King’s story, because she’s heard others like it over the years. But she has no idea how prevalent such practices may be.
“Yes. Actually, I’ve been aware for many years,” she said. “I’ve heard testimonies of post-abortive parents, especially women. There was a witch in the hospital when my sixth baby was born.”
At a young age Abigail Seidman began working in an abortion clinic managed by her mother. In turn, “her mother’s descent into the abortion culture was…motivated by” the view that abortion “was a religion – literally” as she and the “employees considered abortion ‘a form of sacrifice’” whereby they “would perform the procedure as a sort of ritual.”
See the Life Site News articles:
Complete interview with Abigail Seidman – abortion and the occult
Abortion and the occult: a glimpse inside life at a death mill
Life Dynamics was founded by Mark Crutcher who notes, “there is a darker spiritual side to the abortion industry that goes unseen.” This is an interesting statement in that just how much darker can it get then murdering beautiful, healthy, innocent and defenseless human babies in in human, inhumane and subhuman dismembering manners in the hopes of leaving the portions of the corpse intact enough to be sold? Also, that it goes unseen is a major premise of abortion: do not let the mother view an ultrasound because then she will see that she is not with clump of cells, a byproduct of conception, etc. but a beautiful living baby.
Crutcher wrote a book titled, Lime 5 : Exploited by Choice in which he included a chapter titled “Vacant Souls.” Therein, he relates stories about abortion clinic employees which includes undercover work and exposures.
He notes that “a girl who came from Missouri and she claimed to be involved in the same sort of thing” about which Zachary King speaks.
The woman told Crutcher that one of the things they tell women in the counseling sessions is, “You make your baby holy like Jesus, because he shed his blood for you to make your life better, and your baby can shed his blood for you, too.
Senior policy adviser to Operation Rescue, Cheryl Sullenger, has also “heard the rumors for years about ritualistic abortions being conducted at clinics, but she hasn’t been able to find confirmation.” She does note that “one common denominator that links most of the operatives in the abortion industry is a hatred of Christianity” and that “many of the volunteer escorts at abortion clinics hold pagan and neo-pagan beliefs” and that she has “met a lot of women who volunteer as clinic escorts who are pagans.”
This makes perfect sense since abortion clinic employees and escorts are not likely to hand women seeking abortions Christian tracts. Rather, they would take advantage of her guilt, shame, emotional and spiritual turmoil and talk her into believing that she is doing a good thing in a Pagan way.
Now, Zachary King eventually converted to Catholicism which makes an odd sort of sense as Catholicism is very occult: prayer to and for the dead, un-, non- and anti-biblical rituals and theology, etc. see see here for details.
Some Satanic groups have recently made it clear that they do, indeed, support abortion (for various reasons). For example, in 2013 AD at the state House in Austin, Texas, pro-abortion activists began chanting, “Hail Satan, Hail Satan.”
Now, in 2015 AD, Detroit’s Satanic Temple performed a ritual in support of Planned Parenthood; they poured gallons of milk over the heads of two women “saying this simulated the drowning of women in breast milk by stripping them of their reproductive rights.”
Well, of course, all women should have reproductive rights. For example, as a Bible believing Jewish-Christian I am 100% pro-choice in as far as that I believe that all women have a right to choose whether or not to get pregnant. However, once they are pregnant, evidence of their choice, it is another matter altogether as they are now dealing not only with their own lives but that of their baby.
Also, New York’s Satanic Temple “filed a federal lawsuit in July against the state, claiming that such a law violates their ‘free exercise’ of their religion, Satanism.” They claim that “Missouri’s law violates the federal Religious Freedom Restoration Act. ‘The question of when life begins is absolutely a religious opinion, and the state has no business proselytizing religious beliefs,’ the sect claims.”
Of course, when life begins is absolutely not a religious opinion. For example, if we observe an unfertilized egg, we note that it is washed out via the menstrual cycle. If we observe a spermatozoon which has not fertilized an egg, we note that it is reabsorbed by the body. Yet, when we observe a fertilized egg, we note that the result is a human baby thus, life begins at conception as that is as far back as a human life can be traced.
It is noted that “pagan feminists is that abortion is a ‘sacrament’” which my article Sacred Abortion makes shockingly clear. In fact, Ginette Paris is a Pagan and wrote a book which also proves this fact which she titled, The Sacrament of Abortion.
Interestingly, in keeping with my recent series on homosexuality’s socio-political propaganda (including thought crime and new-speak; see Postgender Re-education of Culture and History of homosexual socio-political psychiatric activism, part 1 of 2), Zachary King notes:
I’m old enough to know that the American Psychological Association said for years homosexuality was a mental disorder.
Then they said it’s OK to think those thoughts, but you can’t act on them.
Then it was OK for you to act on them in your own bedroom.
Then they got to the point where they were having public kiss-ins, and that all moved us toward where we are now with the Supreme Court ruling it’s not only not a psychological issue but it’s no different than heterosexual sex and, therefore, legal to marry.
Speaking socio-politically, much the same could generally be stated about abortion and Satanism. For example, if you do not believe that it is acceptable to murder beautiful, healthy, innocent and defenseless human babies in in human, inhumane and subhuman dismembering manners in the hopes of leaving the portions of the corpse intact enough to be sold then you will be condemned by pop-culture, many politicians, the media, etc.
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When it comes to Satanism, the media just take their word for absolutely whatever they say and do not dare question them or bother double checking the facts. For example, one Satanic group is the Church of Satan founded by Anton La Vey. He wrote the Satanic Bible which includes a chapter titled “On the choice of human sacrifice” which makes clear that, in his view, ritual human sacrifice to Satan is perfectly acceptable, see my article here.