Satanic worship in Kenya

Posted: November 26, 2016 in Kenya, USA, World Untold Stories

History of the Church of Satan


Anton LaVey, founder of the Church of Satan, performing the first satanic baptism on his daughter, Zeena.

Anton LaVey, a man with a sharp, if morbid, sense of humour began the road to Satanism at the tender age of 16 when he left school. To support himself, he joined the circus where he was a musician and cage boy in an act with big cats. LaVey would often see men lusting after half naked girls dancing at the fair on Saturday nights and, on Sunday mornings, while playing the organ for tent-show evangelists at the other end of the carnival lot, he’d see the same men sitting in the pews with their wives and children, asking God to forgive them and purge them of their carnal desires. “And the next Saturday night they’d be back at the carnival or some other place of indulgence. I knew then that the Christian Church thrives on hypocrisy, and that man’s carnal nature will out!”

It’s upon this revelation that LaVey decided to form a church that would recapture man’s body and his carnal desires as objects of celebration. A church that could offer “a temple of glorious indulgence.” On April 30, 1966, at the age of 36, LaVey shaved off his hair, a tradition carried out by executioners on prisoners, and declared that year Annos Satanas – the first year of the age of Satan. The church wasat his home in San Francisco, where he kept a Nubian lion named Togare – which shared a bed with him and his wife Carol.

With a bald head, a neatly trimmed moustache and beard that framed his mouth, LaVey was generally considered good looking and a charmer. His raspy voice and the slow manner in which he spoke were part and parcel of a man who thought out his responses before making any rejoinders. Also, LaVey always sported a huge black ring on his right hand’s middle finger that children kissed before making wishes – which he swore would come true. “You could call me the advocate of darkness, no one has ever come forth so far and spoken for the devil,” he declared in a 1967 interview. The then 37-year-old continued, “I received the calling [to become the High Priest of the Church of Satan] just like anybody else [in other denominations] receives it.” And, during his first ceremony as the High Priest, LaVey officiated a wedding between the politically radical journalist John Raymond and New York socialite Judith Case, where a naked woman lay on the altar as the couple made their nuptials.

The Chicago-born man became the world’s most renowned occultist after Aleister Crowley, founder of Thelema, a religion based on a philosophy that emphasises the ritual practice of magic. LaVey’s church garnered media attention and became the talk of major newspapers, including the Los Angeles Times and the San Francisco Chronicle. Through the late 1960s and early 70s, LaVey and his church were the subject of numerous articles in leading magazines such as Newsweek and Time, and talk shows like The Tonight Show and Donahue couldn’t get enough of him. The man gained visibility through the books he wrote, his most prized being the Satanic Bible, which has since become the word which members ofhis church live by. LaVey described Satanism as a secular philosophy of rationalism and self-preservation. His became the first organised church in modern times devoted to Satan, and LaVey was often referred to as the “The Black Pope” or the “St. Paul of Satanism.”


The first members were LaVey’s wife, his two partners after his divorce, and his three children (he performed the first satanic baptism on his daughter Zeena) but, over the years, the church has grown and has membership across the globe. And even though the church doesn’t reveal the number of members it has, individuals speak freely about being part of it and celebrities such as Marilyn Manson, the late Sammy Davis Jr. and rocker King Diamond have been associated with it.

After his death on Oct. 29, 1997, due to pulmonary oedema, his third partner Blanche Barton took over as the High Priestess, but stepped down for Peter H. Gilmore, the current High Priest.

Devil worship involves acts such as ritual murder, human sacrifice, cannibalism, and feats of magic allegedly done by using powers acquired through such acts.

The dark world Kenya

This is a post that I kept in my drafts for long as this is a sensitive and disturbing issue. Last year while browsing the internet in a cyber cafe – I did something we all well do – snooped what my neighbor was reading online. This one I had a peculiar interest as he had a pen and a notebook as he read through something. So I craned my neck and what hit my eyes was somewhat disturbing. Big Headline: :HIZI HAPA NJIA RAHISI ZA KUMWITA JINI NA KUMTUMIA UTAKAVYO” Translation – “How to invite the devil and use him as you want”

The freemason community is clearly spreading it’s roots in Kenya – placards of a doctor from Tanga dot almost every street and estate in Nairobi. These are from practitioners of witchcraft and sorcery who claim to solve all manner of problems. City inspectorates seem all too afraid to pull them down. Most young people join secret groups like Illuminati,Freemason, Rothschild family and the church of Satan for wealth,fame etc. Kenya constitution guarantees freedom of worship.

There are various websites advocating for this, click on the links below:
1. Free masons of Tanzania
2. Maalim Hassan

These sites gives steps to follow to induce the spirits – if they work, I don’t wish to know.

History of devil worship in Kenya date back in Moi’s era, where the government had to commission an inquest on satanism in schools. The commission headed by Archbishop Nicodemus Kirima, was appointed in March 1995, though they were derided by critics who disparaged their report when it was published in 1999. The Devil Worship Commission, as it was known, presented its report to the President towards the end of 1995. Nothing was heard about it until a year later when Mr Moi said it would not be made public because it contained sensitive information.

This, in turn, fueled speculation with claims in Parliament that the government was reluctant to publish the report because it had fingered prominent people.


The report concluded that devil worship was commonplace in Kenya and recommended establishing a special police force to investigate crimes of the occult. It also reported that “Satanists” had infiltrated non-indigenous religious groups and other organizations, making them “doorways” to Satanism.

The Government took no action to follow up on the report.

Dr. David Githii of the Presbyterian Church of East Africa, a reverend who was defrocked after claiming that the church was riddled with devil worship, continues to preach and still stands by his word that “there are several satanic symbols in public institutions.” In March 2007, he published a book titled Exposing and Conquering Satanic Forces Over Kenya, which revealed how satanic powers were holding the nation captive through symbols. The symbols include the Court of Arms, the Baphomet on top of the Speaker of the National Assembly’s chair, The Babylonian Lion at the Attorney General’s office, the caduceus used as emblems by major hospitals, the blazing star at the entrance to parliament and snake-like sculptures within parliament buildings. The doctor also claims that Harambee Avenue and Harambee House were altars that celebrated Ambe, a Hindu goddess praised and venerated using the phrase “Harambee”.


There have also been a series of past accidents involving the PCEA church that have led to accusations that the church was sacrifising it’s members.

• In April 2012, seven youths from (Presbyterian Church of East Africa) PCEA Church-Dagoreti died at the Hells Gate National Park after being swept away by floods.

• Four months later, 13 members (women) of the same church PCEA – Thika died while on a retreat in Tanzania.

• August 2012, a PCEA Church in Mombasa was vandalized and burnt by a rowdy mass of rioters.

•On Saturday 14th Dec 2013 another fatal accident in Mariakani, Mombasa killing 4 and 6 others seriously injured.

Not long ago Kenya was shocked to learn about a serial killer, Onyancha, who claimed to have killed 17 people, saying his actions are a result of a cult into which he was inducted while in high school.

Salgaa blackspot that has claimed hundreds of lives, lawyer Paul Magu who killed wife, daughter and self, Quincy Timberlake (husband to former KTN journalist Ester Arunga) killing of son claiming he was possessed are some of the latest incidents/accidents thought to have been orchestrated from satanic acts.

Kenya is now grappling with atheists. Under the banner “Atheists In Kenya (AIK)”. They recently made demands for the word God to be expunged from the National Anthem arguing that it does not promote the sense of inclusivity since not all Kenyans believe in God.



Satanic Church 

The Joy of Satan

The Satanic Temple

Satan’s Heaven

Satan’s Den





Illuminati articles

Bible of Satan satanic-bible

DISCLAIMER: Samwagik is a not in any way affiliated to any satanic group or its acts. This post is only meant to enlighten about the underworld.


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