I don’t buy the “satanist high wizard in the abortion clinic” yarn

I don’t buy the “satanist high wizard in the abortion clinic” yarn August 20, 2015

There is a new yarn circulating around from an alleged “satanist high wizard” who says he sacrificed babies to Satan in abortion clinics.

Mhm.

Couple of questions. First, why are all satanists who pop up in the feversphere always “high wizards” or “high priests”? How does one attain this lofty position? It’s like all Past Life Recall people always having been an Egyptian princess or Royal Vizier in Atlantis and never a one-eyed camel driver who died of a toothache on some barren steppe and was left unburied by his drunken slavemaster.

Okay, but seriously, what actual evidence is there that any of this is true?

There is, as Fr. John Corapi demonstrated, a cottage industry of fabulists who tell lurid tales of their allegedly once-depraved lives who are now converts to… telling their audiences what they want to believe and making a pile of money in the process.

*Could* it be true? I s’pose. But show me some documentation. Meanwhile, I don’t buy it. And I think people concerned about the integrity of prolife witness should be slow, not swift to pass around this yarn because I think the odds are extremely good it will be found to be bogus and I don’t want the prolife movement to look like a bunch of suckers.

If we did not learn from the fabulisms and lies of Fr. Corapi, here is another cautionary tale for Catholics unfamiliar with the way credulous, agenda-driven media can help visible-from-space frauds put one over on people who really want to hear an awesome story that titillates with lurid tales of sin, confirms them in their ideological beliefs about their culture war enemies, and tells them how freaking awesome they are. It even stars a man who likewise claimed to be a “satanist high priest” with a dramatic conversion story–and it was all a massive fraud.

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  • Captain_America

    In all fairness, Father Corapi told some good stories, and all of them surely couldn’t be untrue. But discerning which are what calls for more than I possess.
    So far as the other gent, I once heard Mike Warnke at a Holy Party …er… Spirit-filled Conference. In contrasting the words which came out of his mouth with the ways he looked caused me to wonder, but it was when he was in the period of adulation from the mob, before his star fell to earth.
    But, who wants “discernment”, when the adrenalin is flowing and the prejudices are being confirmed, eh?

    • chezami

      Fr. Corapi documentably lie about his service record and a great deal more beside before ditching his vows and disgracefully turning his back on his vows and his flock. May God have mercy on him.

      • Captain_America

        Yeah, I know. Too bad about his going off into la la land, but I was never a Corapi partisan. Nor, as it happens, a disillusioned Corapi hater.
        Surely, he must have said _something_ that was true? Regarding his past, that is?

        • chezami

          Talk about damning with faint praise. Yes, no doubt not every single word Fr. Corapi said was .a total lie.

          • Anya Jean

            But he did enjoy the telling a bit too much.

          • Captain_America

            Ah, you grasped my meaning, Grasshopper. 🙂

          • Michelle Frischolz Kraft

            Yes, the Fr. Corapi thing ended very badly, but at least he had the guts to stand up and speak truth without sugar coating it, while many clergy and bishops didn’t. I in no way condone his lying about his past, and I abhor the turn that the Corapi thing took, since it caused scandal for the Church and I fear for his soul….but I do think when he spoke about Church doctrine, it was sound and true.

            • Joseph

              He also had the guts to claim that he was the real life Chuck Norris. God didn’t kick the devil out of heaven, he got Chuck Norris to do it.
              .
              So, really, how much weight did anything he ever said hold? I actually listened to Fr. Corapi when I was first coming into the Catholic Church. I’ll tell you, after being dissolutioned with Protestantism and the myriad of Christ salesmen that it contains, I was strangely always wary of the guy… though I did appreciate his statements in opposition to Barry Babykilla Obama during the 2008 elections. Some of his claims reminded me of the Protestant snake oil salesman pitches I had so often heard before so I always had a feeling that he would get caught with his pants down at some point. He reminded me a bit of Jimmy Swaggart (though Jimmy Swaggart put on an apology show to try and re-coup some of his losses). Let’s just say, I wasn’t surprised and was glad I didn’t make him a folk hero.

              • FranklinWasRight

                I agree with your perspective, the success he attained is an illustration of just how starved faithful Catholics are for real leadership.

          • Elaine S.

            A stopped clock is right twice a day, and demonstrably crazy or even evil people can occasionally say or do something that has merit. For example, Hitler promoted a system of multi-lane, controlled access highways which became the German Autobahn, and which provided the template for our own interstate highway system. Does that mean interstate highways are evil, or that Hitler wasn’t such a bad guy after all? No on both counts. Likewise, if Fr. Corapi was able to explain Church doctrine in a way that helped people understand it better, that doesn’t minimize his wrong actions, nor does his scandalous conduct take away from the basic truth of what he may have said in those instances.

            • chezami

              Sure. When he put away his lies and read from the Catechism, he was great.

              • Frank W.

                Even the times one might agree with you, you make comments that are in such mean spirited and in such bad taste that they fundamentally debase your own person. You’re a small man who has a way with words, but who twists them to serve prideful purposes.

                Corapi may have lied, but he lied for simple status. It’s wrong, but understandable. You lie, exaggerate, demean and dehumanize others and insult to puff your ego.

                • chezami

                  God bless you.

                  • Linebyline

                    And the horse you rode in on.

                • Craig Roberts

                  Seriously. Anybody who thinks it’s a good idea to highlight the faults of a fallen priest to advance an argument about the veracity of Satanists is severely lacking in discernment.

                • Midwester

                  I think you just joined Mark Shea in judging the motives of others rather than their actions…

          • Newp Ort

            Mark you’re killing me over here! 🙂

        • kenofken

          It’s a very low bar. Statistically, it is inevitable that even Hillary Clinton and Fox News will say something that is true, given enough time.

          • Captain_America

            A century here, a century there, soon you are talking real time.

            • orual’s kindred

              Perhaps, but not all of us can take decade-long naps, Captain 😀

              • Captain_America

                Well played. 🙂

                • orual’s kindred

                  You honor me, Captain! And may I say I’m really excited for your latest movie 😀

          • Davis Wenbil

            Fox News is more truthful than it’s competitors

      • AugustineThomas

        May God have mercy on all the “Catholic” secularists who seem more interested in slandering faithful Catholics they disagree with or don’t like and defending mass murderers and others who hate the Church than in being good Christians themselves!

  • Kate Cousino

    Thank you for saying this!

  • iamlucky13

    We have to accept the near certainty that almost no one who works for Planned Parenthood engages in similar activity nor supports it. We have plenty to condemn Planned Parenthood for. There’s no need to scrounge the gutters for stories that the overwhelming majority of their employees can honestly say, “I have nothing to do with that” about.

    ” First, why are all satanists who pop up in the feversphere always “high wizards” or “high priests”?”

    Who knows for sure, but I’d wager Satan grants lofty titular promotions quite readily. Apparently he thinks it quite effective at endearing people to himself. We know for certain that he tried a similar tactic in Matthew 4: 8-9.

  • kenofken

    I have to step up and take the blame on this one. It was 2012, and after one too many pints and too much free time, my priestess convinced me to throw on my old Kiss Army uniform with my ritual robe and athame, and she knew a guy with a green screen studio and CGI capabilities, and well, we never meant for the prank to get this far….:)

  • orual’s kindred

    It could perhaps be true. However, as Mark Shea says, the claims don’t seem to have much support/documentation. People who oppose abortion should indeed be wary of such cases.

    • AugustineThomas

      There are plenty of documented stories of people performing abortions who believed it was murder and simply had a fascination with murdering tiny humans. It’s an absolute fact that not every abortionist or person who has assisted in performing an abortion has deluded him or her self into believing that the baby is a lump of cells that just happens to have a heartbeat and brain activity.

      • Joseph

        If they went to medical school, they know damn well that it’s not a *clump of cells*.

  • Joseph

    We need to stick to science and reason if we are to convince the masses that abortion is wrong… because science and reason are on our side, not theirs. If the pro-life movement starts using this sensational stuff to make their arguments or even to solidify their base, it will inevitably backfire even with documentary evidence. Because it’s exceptionally hard to “prove” anything spiritual to an atheist skeptic anyway.

    • orual’s kindred

      I’m encountering more and more pro-abortion stances that display a terrible grasp of science and logic (‘are you saying menstruation is murder too?!!!111!’ and ‘abortion prevents unwanted pregnancy!’). Nonetheless, we indeed need to maintain reasoned, scientific arguments.

      • Joseph

        Sad but true, science is completely against them on the issue… COMPLETELY. I once had a discussion with a pro-abort in a pub in Michigan where I took him through, step-by-step, the science that proved abortion was taking the life of a living human, then through the philosophical arguments as to why that human would be objectively innocent and why the intentional premeditated killing of an objectively innocent human was wrong. He was backed into a corner and left with only one ridiculous response: “Yeah, well, science is just another man’s bible”. That, in a nutshell, displayed how stunningly stupid they are.

        • orual’s kindred

          science is just another man’s bible

          That’s a rather depressing lack of … so many things 🙁

    • Alma Peregrina

      Science and reason are meaningless to this generation that Mark accurately dubs “Paris Hilton generation in a post-apocalyptic world”.

      People nowadays don’t think about issues, and they constantly give opinions on things they don’t have a clue about. They also are unable to debate without resorting to logical loopholes or fallacies…

      People nowadays ARE driven by sensationalism only… as every trope on facebook shows, from #theykilledcecil to #luvwins to #iamcharlie to the fad previous to that and that no one remembers, although it’s burried on their feeds somewhere.

      Now, this generation will say that they *do* value science and reason… to which I reply: “hum, nope. You guys value a surrogate of science and reason.”

      When someone talks about embryogenesis or the philosophical bases of Natural Law, he/she will be met by cries of “boooooooring”

      The current generation’s thought process is like this: stamp a label of “credible” or “not credible” on someone, based on what ideological tribe that person is in. Pro-choicers are credible… because shut up, that’s why. Therefore, everything a pro-choicer says is scientific and reasonable. Ergo, pro-lifers are fanatics. Oh, why (they cry) do pro-lifers hate science and reason so much?

      That’s what’s called science and reason nowadays.

      So, saying that pro-lifers should stick to science and reason and shun sensationalism because only then will we be able convert the masses is a little naive.

      Mind you, I’m not saying pro-lifers shouldn’t do it. They should use science and reason instead of sensationalism, but because it is right, not because they will be awarded popularity points on current culture (because they won’t).

      • Artevelde

        Great post. #cheer4lessfadfeeds :p

    • Newp Ort

      Stick to the human being fact. It’s a human being, don’t kill it. Back that up with science.

      Pro-lifers very often say abortion causes breast cancer and depression and there’s no science to back that up, plus it’s a distraction.

      • Joseph

        Exactly. However, as sensationalist as the breast cancer/depression link seems, it’s not that there isn’t any science to back it up, it’s that there are two opposing scientific and psychological studies, both divided on ideological grounds about their conclusions… therefore the *science* is pretty much thrown out. For all we know, the studies that show the link could be valid, but we’ll never know for sure now as there were quick studies put out to rebut them. Who do you trust? Obviously, sort of ruins the whole idea of the scientific method… so those arguments, however valid they could have been, are tainted and cannot be relied upon.
        .
        But, personally, I have always stuck to the ‘this is a human being’ fact and never waded into the side discussions because, you’re right, it distracts from the main topic and gives the other person the opportunity to red herring their way out of the corner.

        • Newp Ort

          Nah, the breast cancer link is pure bullshit. We’ll have to agree to disagree, I’m not battling it out here. If you wanna provide some links supporting it I’ll read, though!

          Thank you for your reply!

          • This is an excellent series of blog posts on the topic (written by a molecular biologist): http://gerardnadal.com/2009/12/28/abortion-and-breast-cancer-discerning-the-literature-part-i/

          • Joseph

            LOL… I wouldn’t anyway. Like I said, there are studies that contradict one another. I personally don’t know if it’s bullshit or not, but I’m not going to take sides on the matter because the contradicting studies were coincidentally completed by groups who happen to agree with the results on an ideological level. I won’t say that it is or isn’t bullshit, because there has been no *truly* independent study. But, who cares, it’s all a distraction anyway.

        • Sue Korlan

          I usually ask what species it is if it isn’t a human being. I have never had anyone answer that question.

      • AugustineThomas

        One thing we know for sure is that it causes the dismemberment or chemical dissolution of an unborn human with a beating heart and a functioning brain.

    • Scaevola

      There’s no better way to discredit the pro-life movement than by association with this kind of charlatan.

  • Newp Ort

    This guy’s story is so obviously false I don’t know how anyone believes this stuff.

    • Alma Peregrina

      Ah… but that’s the twist. This guy’s story is so obviously fake that I don’t know how you could believe that no one would believe this stuff!

    • FranklinWasRight

      My brother is now a “Wiccan” who played plenty of Dungeon and Dragons games in his youth, and he reminds me of this guy. I think the reason people believes counts such as this is because he includes details that are sadly familiar experiences for many people, so then it makes them open to swallowing the more fantastical details as well.

      • Linebyline

        D&D actually has nothing to do with satanism, apart from using demonic names and imagery for some of their monster races (there’s a race of “demons” and a distinct race of “devils” if memory serves), alongside various other fantasy, mythological, and religious/quasi-religious tropes. Dragons, elves, dwarves, clerics, gods and titans, that kind of stuff.

        • FranklinWasRight

          I’m well aware, I know plenty of people who play it, but I also know people who are interested in the occult or who have become “Wiccan” who play. I think it attracts a certain personality. My point was that there are weirdos who play it, and this leads to stereotyping. And the people who hold these stereotypes are more likely to believe an account like this.

      • Newp Ort

        I think it’s popular because it validates what they want to believe of people they hate. “They really DO hate babies and worship Satan! I knew it!”

        • FranklinWasRight

          People who support abortion certainly don’t “love babies.” Even if they think they do.

  • Christopher_Hunt

    I get bad vibes from the guy. He still outwardly presents himself as a pagan. Some of the things he talks about are real when it comes to the occult. But he does not seem legitimate to me. He may be. But his holding on to the pagan image makes him extremely suspect to me. When I was younger, I messed around with paganism and New Age mumbo-jumbo. I experienced some really wacky things, and I had a very strong conversion experience. Either way, he has played with paganism, or he is a pagan, and that is for sure.

  • Bungo Baggins

    It could be real, it could be false, it is just his word for it. But, I’ll put it to you this way: I wouldn’t be surprised if things like that happen.

  • We Need Fr. Corapi

    Father Corapi is innocent, and the Church is suffering because of his absence. He was replaced in part by clowns like this author et. al. at the Nominally Catholic Register. Fr. Corapi did more good in 5 minutes than NCR and Sheat could do in 5 million lifetimes

    • Scaevola

      This post has about as much substance as Zachary King’s ties to Satanism.

    • NYCatholic

      AMEN!

  • Craig Roberts

    Got it. You can’t trust Satanist high priests, because you can’t trust Catholic priests either. Thanks for that.

    Wait…which side are you on again?

    • AugustineThomas

      Mark Shea is a “Catholic” secularist who desires above all else to see any orthodox expression of the One True Church wiped off the face of the planet.

      • NYCatholic

        Sickening! The church is loaded with them now.

  • Wow. And in lamenting a lack of evidence in a *beautiful* interview about a converted Satanist, you yourself present a very ugly article utterly devoid of any evidence as well.

    Perhaps before publicly accusing a child of God, seeming to be doing his best for the Kingdom of Heaven, of being nothing but a massive fraud, you could have at least done a little research and investigative journalism of your own. There’s supposed to be a filter between thoughts that pop up into your head and blog posts that you publish for many thousands to see.

    • chezami

      I didn’t call him a massive fraud. I said I don’t buy his story and credulous people should proceed with caution. Knock yourself out buying and promoting this undocumented piece of hearsay. I don’t. That’s not a sin.

      • AugustineThomas

        No we get it, you’re fearful that your master Satan might come out looking bad in all this..

        • Artevelde

          Satan does not employ chronically disagreeable adherents of the wrong sort of football, not even when their charming and often repeated love for their spouse redeems them somewhat in the eyes of their readers. It just doesn’t happen. Not nearly smooth enough. Now stop donning the robes of two Saints and spouting nonsense.

          • AugustineThomas

            Your response doesn’t make sense. And it was just a joke, calm down! I don’t think that Mr. Shea knowingly worships Satan. I just think he’s a pompous buffoon who’s too foolish to realize how stupid he sounds when he spouts his nonsense.

      • A massive fraud is precisely what he is if he made up that story. And it’s precisely what this article implies (/basically says) he did.

        • chezami

          If you seriously believe that I am somehow morally obliged to buy his story on pain of sin, I cannot cure you of that silly idea.

          • No, I never said or implied that. I am simply saying you’re morally obliged to not publicly imply he’s a fraud on nothing more than a baseless suspicion.

            Not sure how the Servant of God Luisa Piccarreta (endorsed by over 50 current Bishops, Pope St. Pius X, St. Hannibal, and St. Padre Pio, to name a few) came up. For reasons I will in charity keep to myself now, I would never bring her up at a place like this.

        • chezami

          Ah. I see you buy the Luisa Piccaretta stuff. No thanks.

  • Stephen Lowe

    Mark Shea: “What abortions?”

    • NYCatholic

      Mark: I suggest you check out The Center for Medical Progress EIGHT recent expose videos. And by the way – WHAT does Fr Corapi even have to DO with this – and WHY would you use him as an example? No, no more Mark Shea Lighthouse CD’s for me.

      • Hezekiah Garrett

        You mean the ones Mark has been writing about extensively? What a maroon!

  • NYCatholic

    Father Corapi is/was NOT a liar. In addition, regarding the vague allegations of the disgruntled ex-employee against him – they were never proven.

    Father’s worst sin was arrogance in not obeying his Bishop.

  • Josefa

    Of course those babies aren’t sacrificed to Satan, they are just kindly being given a fast track ticket to heaven ( uhh, Limbo?) courtesy of Planned Parenthood and Stem Express!!!! Why would any decent Satanist want to be a part of killing those made in the Image and Likeness of God? Certainly no Satanic High Priest or Wiccans would dirty their demonically pristine hands over this. Sheesh, Mark.. some people will believe anything….

  • Tom Venditti

    considering the satanic inspiration behind child sacrifice, it is not as shocking to the spiritually experienced . Basically what he has shared is happening daily in abortion clinics, just the outfits are different. And yes, abortion is contributing to climate change.

  • Maggie Sullivan

    Soooooo….the theory here is it could be false so it must be false……I see.

    I suppose this satanic ritual never happened?
    http://www.churchmilitant.com/news/article/planned-parenthood-satanic-ritual

    • Linebyline

      I’m pretty sure the theory is it could be false, and it’s one guy out of a great multitude of people who work for Planned Parenthood, so let’s not lean too hard on it when we’re trying to convince people abortion is wrong.

      Think of it this way: Would you be A-OK with Planned Parenthood if they went through and kicked out all the Satanists? I know I wouldn’t. I can’t speak for you, but I’m guessing you’re opposed to abortion and therefore would agree that this wouldn’t be enough.

      Besides, if we latch onto this story and make it a major part of our efforts to prove that Planned Parenthood is evil, and then it is proven false, then we look like gullible simpletons at best and liars at worst. And because people aren’t always rational (shocking, I know), our other arguments against abortion will be tainted by association with our other mistakes.

    • chezami

      Logic is not your strong suit.

      • Craig Roberts

        Although you are not “morally obliged to buy his story on pain of sin” you seem completely oblivious to the sins of calumny and slander. Just because you don’t buy it doesn’t mean you should broadcast it.

        And how does dredging up the name of a disgraced Catholic priest, and thereby bringing into question the veracity of all priests, ‘logically’ do anything but tear down the Church?

        • Craig Roberts

          What’s going on here? Does it take longer to delete somebody off of Disqus than other comboxes? Why are my comments still here?

          • kenofken

            Because Satan wants you to see Mark as a force of tolerance and benevolence.

        • chezami

          Don’t be silly.

    • Craig Roberts

      Logic? HAH! By Mark’s ‘logic’ we shouldn’t trust Catholic priests (Remember Fr. Corapi?!), never mind Satanists.

      • chezami

        Don’t be silly.

  • Silvia Aldredge

    Shea is right because the newest PP videos essentially touch the ‘third rail’ of what’s left in American Medical Ethics. The lack of informed consent, altering procedures to increase the ‘quality’ of specimens, brokering tissue and now, killing babies who are alive, need to continue to be the focus for protest against PP. These are things that nobody in their right mind can support, and that will win away the medical establishment. Anyone left on the PP side has to own these horrors if they want to continue supporting them. Would it be shocking if a Satanist “high-priest” was involved in PP? Not particularly, but this story is off-message (and yeah, I get that its depressing that we need to use that idea) at a time when the pro-life movement is making a huge push for the hearts and minds of the body politic. Such stories do diminish the veracity of the ones which can really change things.

  • FranklinWasRight

    His story seemed fishy to me as well, but his recommendations at the end are solid. He tells people to get in a state of grace and receive the Eucharist often. Regardless of his cult background, this is good advice.

    • Joseph

      Yeah, I think the Medjugore visionaries always end with the same recommendation as well… after, of course, one line of BS after another. Basically, I could feed you a bunch of crap but cap it off with, “oh, and pray everyday”. That doesn’t somehow make the other crap I was shoveling into your head OK.

      • FranklinWasRight

        Yes, I wish the Medjugore situation would be settled once and for all, but courage had become a rare virtue indeed, especially among the clergy.

        And it is a sad day when this “former satanist” is extolling people to go to confession, and several parish priests I know consider it to be unnecessary and provide “reconciliation services” for the whole parish instead.

        What we need is a Catholic revival, starting in the confessional.

  • Maggie

    Do you always have to be denigrating someone?

  • Re_Actor

    The danger when discussing organized occultism/satanism is that one either tends towards paranoia, detecting cultic tentacles behind every social development of which one disapproves*; or goes to the other extreme, naively dismissing concern at the social influence of the occult as the stuff of wingnut conspiracy theories.

    [*cough Dark Enlightenment cough]

  • Stephen Lowe

    I guess this article came out before the satanic demonstration in support of pp in Detroit this weekend.

    • Joseph

      True satanism is not *worship* of satan. True satanism is worship of self, not of the devil. The devil doesn’t want you to worship him, he wants you to grasp for godhood by the power of your own will to our own destruction. The devil is jealous of humans as God gave us something he can never obtain. He wants our destruction. The serpent didn’t tell Eve that she’d become like a god if she worshiped him instead of God, he told her she’d become like a god if she made an act of her own will, in defiance of God, to obtain what God would have given her anyway had she aligned her will with His. He did this knowing that it would lead to a massive breach between the creature and creator. These modern-day *satanists* are no more satanist than modern-day atheists and pagans are atheist and pagan. They’re hipsters.

    • chezami

      You do get that this was not a human sacrifice, right?

  • Jim Sheridan

    For those of you who are wondering what the possible harm could come from a fabricated story regarding satanism, I am reminded of a famous case in my native town of San Diego that occurred just over 2 decades ago involving an innocent man, Mr. Dale Akiki who ended up spending 2-1/2 years in prison due to allegations against him for performing ritualistic abuse on children at a church day care that he volunteered at http://www.sandiegouniontribune.com/news/2012/may/09/dale-akiki-reflects-historic-molestation-trial/

    • Michelle in Detroit

      Yikes. I remember the case, but do you know I never saw that he was acquitted? So tragic. A modern day Salem witch trial.

    • Mary-Louise Scott

      there are phony stories, but not all are.

  • Tater Spivey

    sure were a lot of satanist outside the clinics this weekend and you somehow find it incredible a former satanist was inside the abortion clinic.

  • Derek Brown

    55.7 million abortions in the United States since Roe vs. Wade. A staggering number of my generation, and beyond, were murdered in the womb. It is surely the work of satan and his agents. Just by the sheer numbers, I believe it is nearly certain that out of all who participate in the abortion industry, there would be a substantial number who are satanists.

    I don’t find Zachary King’s story to be far fetched. As far as his credibility is concerned, he has letters of recommendation from a number of priests and more importantly, from his bishop.

  • pathologist

    Come on? dont you believe it? I gotta read it again, its a great yarn! The blood on the ceiling, and the women canabalizing the baby, and the 12 and 15 year olds big parto to impragnate (wait for it) a willing 18 year old?

    • Mary-Louise Scott

      laugh i you will, but I know teens when my children were teens who participated in this behavior – any times it began with a Oija Board or Dungeons and Dragons game

  • Michelle in Detroit

    I appreciate the warning to be cautious. Too many people accept everything on face value when it bears scrutiny. I’m a director at a crisis pregnancy center, and have been aware of ritual abortions for all of the last 10 years. A close friend’s daughter got involved with the satanic cult here in Michigan and agreed to several ritual abortions before they asked her to commit a crime she could be prosecuted for and she left. Not without great difficulty I might add. I worked at a cemetery briefly many years ago, that was having trouble with groups using the cemetery at night to perform satanic rituals (we would find pentagrams and dead animals on the property.) I was at the recent Planned Parenthood protest when the satanists showed up yelling “Hail, satan!” and saw their performance outside the Texas legislature. One local abortionist tells those praying for him, “Not to bother, I’m already possessed” (and he looks like it too.) So I don’t find the story far fetched. I looked up Zachary’s website and watched one of his videos. He seems believable to me. I’ll be withholding judgement until more comes out, but his story at least seems plausible. It’s a reasonable suggestion not to go spreading this about as fact just yet – but I wouldn’t debunk it yet either.

  • Mary-Louise Scott

    Please do not think these stories are untrue. They may be rubbish, but these and worse are true. I have seen the effects of these and met some years ago who were very much involved in this. This is not a media hoax. The person spreading the story is a former Manager of an abortion clinic now a pro-life person.