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.



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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.


Samwagik Marks 2nd Anniversary

Posted: July 10, 2015 in Africa, China, Europe, Kenya, USA

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It takes two to tango, but unless both partners move in perfect cohesion, a sequence of graceful maneuvers can be reduced to a series of clumsy moves. The latter depiction seems to be particularly apt when it comes to explaining the gyrations between the Chinese yuan and the U.S. dollar, thanks to China’s recalcitrance on the topic of yuan appreciation and the United States’ reluctance to be a partner in this currency tango.
There is a rivalry between the European Union, China, Russia and the United States over the reserve currency or rather, fight for financial supremacy. The entire world is in the midst of a global capitalist crisis since 2007, and it’s imperative that they use the military to keep forces in Africa, Asia, Latin America, and Europe in line behind the dollar as the currency of world trade.

Governments worldwide rely on the United States to manage the global system, but no country is happy with the United States devaluing the dollar by printing dollars, what they call quantitative easing. If the United States of America is putting $65 billion every month on the world market, nobody wants to keep their reserves in dollars. Countries are thus taking small steps toward undercutting this U.S. hegemony. The elites in Latin America and Africa are seeking ways to exit this. The BRICS countries — Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa, a bloc of the world’s five major emerging economies — have long sought to diminish their dependence on the dollar as a means of reshaping the world financial and geopolitical order.

The BRICS have already formed New Development Bank, formerly BRICS Development Bank as an alternative to the existing US-dominated World Bank and International Monetary Fund. The Bank is set up to foster greater financial and development cooperation among the five emerging markets. Together, the four original BRIC countries comprise in 2014 more than 2.8 billion people or 40 percent of the world’s population, cover more than a quarter of the world’s land area over three continents, and account for more than 25 percent of global GDP. It will be headquartered in Shanghai, China.

Let’s take a look at China.
China leads the pack in the quest to set up a new world order. China commenced its transition to a global powerhouse in 1978, as Deng Xiaoping ushered in sweeping economic reforms. In the three decades from 1980 to 2010, China achieved GDP growth averaging 10%, in the process lifting half of its 1.3 billion population out of poverty. The Chinese economy grew five-fold in dollar terms from 2003 to 2013, and at $9.2 trillion, it was easily the world’s second-largest economy at the end of that period. But despite a slowing growth trajectory that saw the economy expand by “only” 7.7% in 2013, China appears to be on track to surpass the United States as the world’s largest economy sometime in the 2020s. In fact, based on purchasing power parity – which adjusts for differences in currency rates – China may pull ahead of the U.S. as early as 2016, according to a report on global long-term growth prospects released by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development in November 2012.

China’s rapid growth since the 1980s has been fueled by massive exports. A significant chunk of these exports goes to the U.S, which overtook the European Union as China’s largest export market in 2012. China accounts for more global trade than anyone else on the planet (including the United States), and most of that trade is conducted in U.S. dollars. This keeps demand for the dollars very high, which in turn ensures that the US can import massive quantities of goods from overseas at very low cost.

China has been in a drive to internationalize the its currency and this comes as the International Monetary Fund continues to mull over possible inclusion of the yuan as its fifth reserve currency to a glorious basket that includes the dollar and the euro – currently the dominant reserve currencies with a 63% and 22% share respectively, and as part of the basket that forms the IMF’s Special Drawing Rights. So it has been lobbying core members of the IMF behind the scenes for support, and they’re coming around despite US conniptions. If the US dollar continues to be used, it weakens China’s bid for the yuan to become a truly global currency and to challenge the hegemony of the US dollar.

When it comes to global finance, China is playing chess and the United States is playing checkers. China knows that gold is a universal currency that will hold value over the long-term. As the paper currencies of the world race toward collapse, China could end up holding most of the real money and that would be a huge game changer when they finally reveal that fact. Now even Israel – joined at the hip to the US though the relationship has run into rough waters – has applied to become a founding member of the China-led Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank. Despite US gyrations to keep them from it, over 40 countries, including bosom buddies Australia, Britain, and Germany, have signed up to join. Japan is still wavering politely. 20 central banks including US allies Australia and the UK, have inked $430 billion in currency-swap agreements with China.
Baby steps, all of them, but part of a slow, methodical, relentless process of elevating the yuan and whittling away at the power of the dollar – and by extension, the power of the long arm of the US government. It would be a huge win for China. Central banks around the globe would start buying the yuan, necessarily at the expense of other currencies, including the dollar. It would create demand for the yuan. It would raise China’s profile on the global stage. It would, in fact, bring China one step closer to being a full-fledged economic, financial, and political challenger to the US in a US-dominated system.

But let’s face it, in our world of computers and global finance, there is really not much of a reason to have a world reserve currency. Anyone from any country should be able to quickly settle up through currency conversion. If a company from Canada is buying something from Japan, why do the two have to use the U.S. dollar as an intermediary? The Canadian company can pay in Canadian dollars, which can quickly be converted back into yen. Or the Canadian company can exchange its Canadian dollars for yen first and then make the purchase. As long as the currencies are floating freely and can be bought and sold on exchanges, I don’t see much need for the U.S. dollar. The only time a problem may occur is when a company does business in a country that either doesn’t have a freely floating currency or has an extremely erratic currency.

China does not have a floating exchange rate that is determined by market forces, as is the case with most advanced economies. Instead it pegs its currency, the yuan to the U.S. dollar. The yuan was pegged to the greenback at 8.28 to the dollar for more than a decade starting in 1994. It was only in July 2005, because of pressure from China’s major trading partners, that the yuan was permitted to appreciate by 2.1% against the dollar, and was also moved to a “managed float” system against a basket of major currencies that included the U.S. dollar. Over the next three years, the yuan was allowed to appreciate by about 21% to a level of 6.83 to the dollar. In July 2008, China halted the yuan’s appreciation as worldwide demand for Chinese products slumped due to the global financial crisis. In June 2010, China resumed its policy of gradually moving the yuan up, and by December 2013, the currency had cumulatively appreciated by about 12% to 6.11.

China is hesitant however in doing a substantial upward revision of the yuan, since such a revaluation could adversely impact exports and economic growth, which could in turn cause political instability. There is a precedent for this caution, going by Japan’s experience in the late-1980s and 1990s. The 200% appreciation in the yen against the dollar from 1985 to 1995 contributed to a prolonged deflationary period in Japan and a “lost decade” of economic growth for that nation. A sudden Yuan revaluation, say an overnight 10% increase in the currency would translate into a $130 billion national loss on China’s U.S. dollar-denominated Treasury holdings.

The fact that US can print up giant mountains of money and virtually everyone around the world uses it has been a huge boon for the U.S. economy. But as the IMF President said, it only a matter of if and not when this changes, and when that changes, the word “catastrophic” is not going to be nearly strong enough to describe what is going to happen.

It’s said history is a weapon, that’s why I feel obliged to share with you some history on heroic contributions of some iconic figures in liberation of humankind.

Che Guevara
The word “che” is the familiar diminutive for “you” in Argentina, as in “hey, you!” It was an affectionate term that became his “official” name and the one which he used for a signature, always with a lower-case “c.” Ernesto Che Guevara is universally renowned for his critical involvement in the success of the Cuban revolution. Venerated for his cause, he is considered by many to be a legendary hero whose name is equivalent to rebellion, revolution, and socialism. Others, however, see him as a ruthless murder.

Born in Argentina on June 14 1928 (he was ten months younger than Fidel Castro), Guevara studied medicine at Buenos Aires University, where he also became involved in opposition to the Argentine leader Juan Peron. He later went to Guatemala, and in 1953 he joined the government of Jacabo Arbenz Guzman, who was overthrown by a CIA-sponsored coup.

Guevara went on to become the official doctor of the rebel army, and an important leader and strategist. Before leaving for Cuba on the Granma, he told his wife Hilda Gadea (whom he married on August 18, 1955 in Mexico City) that he joined the expedition “because it was part of the fight against Yankee imperialism and the first stage of the liberation of our continent.”

After taking on many important jobs in the Cuban government after the Revolution (he headed Cuba’s Ministry of Industry from 1961 to 1965) he led a force of 120 Cubans into the Congo, but the mission ended in failure.

In 1966 Guevara went to fight for revolution in Bolivia. He was captured by the Bolivian Army and executed on October 9 1967.

Nelson Mandela
Born in 1918 as Rolihlahla Mandela, he was the son of an Xhosa tribesman, King of the Thembu tribe.

Mandela is best known for his fight against white oppression in South Africa. He first showed his dedication to the cause in the 1940’s when he became increasingly involved in the National African Congress Party (ANC) after graduating with a law degree. ANC was a party of varying races united with the aim of bringing about political change and racial equality in South Africa, operating a no-violence policy, despite being on the receiving end of threats and violence. After apartheid (forced racial separation) was implemented by the government in 1948, the ANC began to radicalise, as they gained a large following of all races. However, they still implemented a non-violence policy until 1960 when 69 anti-apartheid protesters were murdered. After this, Mandela, a senior member, left the country to receive military training and find funding for the party, such was his fierce determination to achieve equality in South Africa.

On Mandela’s return to the country in 1965 he was arrested and sentenced to life imprisonment, which resulted in 27 years imprisonment, 18 of these in a tiny cell on Robben Island in solitary confinement, receiving little in the way of food and entertainment. Mandela was released in 1990, sparking the end of apartheid. Mandela had finally been successful. Racial equality was finally a legal requirement in South Africa. In 1994, four years after his release from prison and the end of his fight for equality, Mandela was fittingly elected Prime Minister of South Africa. It was a historical day for South Africa, with both races finally united with equality. He remained in the post for 5 years before stepping down in 1999.

Martin Luther King, Jr
Martin Luther King, Jr. was a well-known civil rights leader and activist who had a great deal of influence on American society in the 1950s and 1960s. His strong belief in non-violent protest helped set the tone of the movement. Boycotts, protests, and marches were eventually effective, and much legislation was passed against racial discrimination.

Assassinated in 1968, King’s brief life was filled with many great accomplishments, in which he worked to promote the equal treatment of all races; his non-violent approach to protesting, his legions of followers, and his true belief in the ability of mankind to live in peace went a long way toward advancement of civil rights during that tumultuous time in history.

Kwame Nkurumah
Dr. Kwame Nkrumah was not just the first President of Ghana but a very extraordinary man whose life and works contributed significantly to changing the world. He grew from a little village boy in Nkroful in the Western Region of Ghana to a world leader fully devoted to the struggle to free all black people from all forms of racism.

He was also against everything which kept people irrespective of their colour in conditions of slavery. He opposed oppression and exploitation in all its forms.

Amongst the many things which make Nkrumah stand out as an extraordinary personality was his realization that Africans everywhere ought to unite in common effort to assert their dignity and use their resources for meeting their needs and realizing their aspirations. His ideas for the unity of all Africans has come to be known as Pan-Africanism and they have their roots in his experiences as a colonial subject, his sojourn in the United States of America and the racist experience he suffered there and his association with Pan-Africanist thinkers of the time including W. E. B. Dubious, Marcus Garvey, George Padmore and Makonnen.

Jomo Kenyatta
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Kenyatta visited England to present Kenyans demands for the return of African land lost to European settlers and for increased political and economic opportunity for Africans in Kenya, which had become a colony within British East Africa in 1920. Kenyatta remained in Europe for almost 15 years, during which he attended various schools and universities, traveled extensively, and published numerous articles and pamphlets on Kenya and the plight of Kenyans under colonial rule. While attending the London School of Economics, Kenyatta studied under noted British anthropologist Bronislaw Malinowski and published his seminal work, Facing Mount Kenya (1938).

Following World War II (1939-1945), Kenyatta became an outspoken nationalist, demanding Kenyan self-government and independence from Great Britain. With other African nationalists such as Kwame Nkrumah of Ghana, Kenyatta helped organize the fifth Pan-African Congress in Great Britain in 1945. The congress, modeled after the four congresses organized by black American intellectual W. E. B. Du Bois & Booker T Washington between 1919 and 1927 and attended by black leaders and intellectuals from around the world, affirmed the goals of African nationalism and unity.

Malcolm X
Malcolm X, also known as Malcolm Little, Malik Shabazz, or El-Hajj Malik El-Shabazz has made many contributions to changing the world with his beliefs on civil rights and the religion of Islam. His belief that black people were no different than white people and that they shouldn’t treat white people like they are higher, pushed African Americans to fight for their rights. Malcolm X also influenced the Nation Of Islam, converting many African Americans to be part of the Nation Of Islam and later forming the Muslim Mosque Inc. Malcolm X’s want for equality and purity where not confined to America, He traveled the world giving speeches and spreading his beliefs of the world. , Malcolm X was one of the most significant civil rights activists in America, his cause was of such great magnitude and his words, so powerful, that his ideas and beliefs spread across America and into Africa, England, and the Middle East.

Haile Selassie
The last emperor of Ethiopia was detained in his palace by Mengistu’s soldiers. He died a year later, many believe murdered by his captors. His remains were found in 1992, buried under a toilet in the Imperial Palace.

Many years since his death, his legacy still lives on. Haile Selassie was one of the founding fathers of the OAU and is viewed by many as the figurehead of African independence, for his defiance against the Italian colonial invasion in the 1930s ensuring what Emperor Menelik II achieved was never taken away & that’s Ethiopia freedom.

He is also revered by the million-strong Rastafarian community, who believe that the Ethiopian emperor either remains alive and well, or ascended bodily into heaven. When Haile Selassie was enthroned in 1930, he became not only emperor of Ethiopia, but also god to the fledgling Rastafarian movement in Jamaica. To date rastafarians believe that Haile Selassie is “King of Kings, Lord of Lords, and the conquering lion of the Tribe of Judah. He is everything to us Rastafarians and we will never accept that he is dead.”

Haile Selassie ruled Ethiopia for 45 years before he was overthrown by the Marxist dictator Mengistu Haile Mariam in 1974.

Marcus Garvey
Born in Jamaica, Marcus Garvey (1887-1940) became a leader in the black nationalist movement by applying the economic ideas of Pan-Africanists to the immense resources available in urban centers. After arriving in New York in 1916, he founded the Negro World newspaper with which he knitted black communities on three continents, an international shipping company called Black Star Line and the Negro Factories Corporation. During the 1920s, his Universal Negro Improvement Association (UNIA) was the largest secular organization in African-American history. He sought to end imperialist rule and create modern societies in Africa, not, as his critics charged, to transport blacks ‘back to Africa.’ Indicted for mail fraud by the U.S. Justice Department in 1923, he spent two years in prison before being deported to Jamaica, and later died in London.

Fidel Castrol
He brought the world the brink of nuclear war when he allowed the Soviet Union to build sites for nuclear missiles on Cuban soil in 1962. It is widely considered the closest the Cold War came to escalating into a full scale nuclear conflict. Despite that the revolutionary made vital contributions in liberation of Cuba an action that saw him being awarded China’s version of the Nobel Peace Prize in 2014, the Confucius Peace Prize.

While in office, Castro didn’t resort to violence or force to settle disputes in international relations, especially with the United States. He made education, hospitals free for everyone in Cuba and also did a lot of international aid to other countries, such as sending doctors and nurses to care for ill people in really rural areas in el salvador, Argentina, Guatemala. He also sent troops to countries in pain such as helping Angola.

Through the 1970s and 1980s Castro emerged as one of the leaders of the non-aligned nations, despite his obvious ties to the Soviet Union.

W. E. B. DuBois
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DuBois attended Fisk University and later became the first African American to receive a Ph. D. from Harvard. He secured a teaching job at Atlanta University, where he believed he learned a great deal about the African American experience in the South.

DuBois was a staunch proponent of a classical education and condemned Washington’s suggestion that blacks focus only on vocational skills. Without an educated class of leadership, whatever gains were made by blacks could be stripped away by legal loopholes. He believed that every class of people in history had a “talented tenth.” The downtrodden masses would rely on their guidance to improve their status in society.

As time passed, DuBois began to lose hope that African Americans would ever see full equality in the United States. In 1961, he moved to Ghana. He died at the age of 96 just before Martin Luther King Jr. led the historical civil rights march on Washington.

Mahatma Gandhi
One of the greatest men in the history of India is unarguably Mahatma Gandhi. The way he gave shape and character to India’s freedom struggle is worthy of a standing ovation. He sacrificed his own life for the sake of his country. The respect that he earned for himself despite leading a simple lifestyle is much appreciable. Mahatma Gandhi played a pivotal role in the freedom struggle of India. His non violent ways and peaceful methods were the foundation for gaining independence from the British.

Born on October 2, 1869, in Porbandar, India, Mahatma Gandhi studied law and came to advocate for the rights of Indians, both at home and in South Africa. Gandhi became a leader of India’s independence movement, organizing boycotts against British institutions in peaceful forms of civil disobedience. He was killed by a fanatic in 1948.