Friday, June 23, 2023

The Satanic Temple to Host "Let Us Burn" Tour

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The Satanists say their "Let Us Burn" tour was inspired by Sean Feucht's 'Let Us Worship' Tour that has been happening at state capitols across the nation.

Feucht has responded. We should all be informed.

Be informed, not misled.

Satan is on the prowl ---seeking whom he may devour. 

Worship leader and activist Sean Feucht has responded to the announcement that The Satanic Temple co-founder and spokesperson Lucien Greaves plans to copy Feucht's "Let Us Worship" capitol tour with his own version.

According to, Greaves' band, Satanic Planet, will lead the tour visiting every state capital across the United States.

"Special thanks to @seanfeucht and his state Capitol-wide 'Let Us Worship 'tour for paving the way for @satanicplanet's 'Let Us Burn' Capitol tour, coming soon," Greaves tweeted last week.

Lucien Greaves, co-founder and spokesperson for The Satanic Temple (TST), announced Tuesday that his band, Satanic Planet, plans to mimic Sean Feucht’s “Kingdom to the Capitol” tour, a series of worship events visiting every state capitol in America.

According to its website, TST is the “only Satanic religious organization recognized as a church by the IRS and the Federal Court System.” 

He claims the organization doesn’t believe in the “existence of Satan or the supernatural.”

But, they say, they're Satanists. And they're certainly trying to elevate him.

That reminds me of some "devout Catholics" in leadership in our government- they talk but don't walk the walk.

Greaves also released a statement explaining why he is embarking on the tour.

"According to law, the government must remain neutral regarding religious viewpoints when granting permission to parties seeking to take advantage of public accommodations," the statement read. "For this reason, the fact that public representatives have allowed Feucht to perform openly Christian Nationalist events within state capitol buildings leaves little in the way of a legal rationale whereby Satanic Planet might be denied."

This is typical of The Satanic Temple. They attempt to create Satanic Kids Clubs in schools that have approved Christian clubs.

So far, Satanic Planet has submitted a request to perform at the Indiana State Capitol on Aug. 12 and started to fund its "Let Us Burn" Capitol tour. As of a few days ago, The Satanic Temple had raised about 19% of its $15,000 goal.

"We will not be able to sell tickets to the capitol grounds, we will surely draw protests, the stage and sound will likely be difficult, and the cost will not be insignificant," Greaves said.

Then he said this: "However, we cannot stand by idly as theocratic extremists are given such an elevated public platform to spread their divisive message without reminding everybody that that stage is equally theirs as well."

"Feucht seeks to use the stage to announce a theocratic stranglehold over the United States government, and we seek to rectify that by re-establishing pluralism," Greaves concluded.

Does he not know that America was founded by Christians upon Judeo-Christian values and principles? And that we "do" believe in our God?

Feucht response

On Twitter, Feucht responded to Greaves' announcement: "Imitation is the highest form of flattery. And Satan has never had the creative ability. He only tries to pervert what has already been created. And guess what… it's always weaker, a rip-off, and way more pathetic than the original."

This is true. For every Truth of God, Satan has an alternative lie. He is the father of lies.

We should not become obsessed with the activities of  Satan, but we must be informed.

In a separate post, Feucht wrote, "Very telling the Satanic Temple wants to copy our #LetUsWorship tour and even rip off our logo with an upside down cross. They don't do this to CCM/industry worship tours. The devil always tries to counterfeit the authentic. The impact we're having on America is profound."

Elevated interest in Satan in America.

Yesterday I mentioned on the radio that images of Satanic statues being sold at Hobby Lobby appeared online. Christians were stunned when they saw the Satanic images on the shelves of Christian-owned Hobby Lobby.

In minutes the video had been viewed over 237,000 times.

We then learned that Jennifer Vineyard, a member of  The Satanic Temple, had designed the images using AI (artificial intelligence) and posted them on the internet to mislead Christians into believing that the devoutly Christian family that owns Hobby Lobby had somehow betrayed their faith in God.

She said, "I just thought it would be funny to use the Satanic decor since Hobby Lobby pretends to be a Christian store."

Students at publicly funded Texas universities are now able to enroll in courses about witches, black magic, and the supernatural — under the guise of women’s studies.

Texas Tech University is offering Women and Gender Studies course 4301 titled, “Witches, Bruxas, & Black Magic” in a course listed June 12 on the Lubbock campus website. 

According to the course description, students will “study beliefs and practices, past and present, associated with magic, witchcraft, spirituality, magical realism, and religion.” The course curriculum will cover topics including “ritual, symbolism, mythology, altered states of consciousness, and healing.”

A "bruxa" was a pre-Christian female witch figure from Portugal during the Middle Ages and is considered a type of vampire entity known for “bloodsucking attacks on infants.”

University of North Texas (UNT), another state university, is offering students an anthropology course on “Magic, Witchcraft, and Religion.”

The course description lists two required textbooks for the course, one of which is Dharma and Ecology of Hindu Communities by Pankaj Jain. While there are a number of course readings listed on the UNT website, only two had overly Christian references: a PBS video on a Christian theme park in Kentucky and another video on a Pentecostal congregation in West Virginia.

The University of Texas (UT) is also offering a History of Witchcraft course in which students will examine “witch beliefs and witchcraft prosecutions in western Europe and colonial America, mainly between 1100 and 1700" and looks at the role of religion in prosecuting witches during the age of the Reformation. 

The course's stated “main purpose” — which falls under both women’s and religious studies — is to explain the prosecution of more than 100,000 people, most of whom were women, for the crime of witchcraft in Europe and colonial America between 1450 and 1750.

In addition to historical events, the course includes a number of satanic-oriented curricula, including studies on “Worship of the Devil,” “Witchcraft and the Law,” and “Demonic Possession and Witchcraft.”


Satan is real, but his power is limited. He does not compete with God's power, i.e., "Good vs Evil."

Greater is He that is in you than he that is in the world.

The Bible describes him as a "roaring lion seeking whom he may devour" and Satan as pretending to be "an angel of light."

I Peter 5: 6-8 says, "Humble yourselves therefore under the mighty hand of God, that he may exalt you in due time: Casting all your care upon him; for he careth for you. Be sober, be vigilant; because your adversary the devil, as a roaring lion, walketh about, seeking whom he may devour."

And remember: "No weapon that is formed against thee shall prosper; and every tongue that shall rise against thee in judgment thou shalt condemn. This is the heritage of the servants of the LORD, and their righteousness is of me, saith the LORD" (Isa. 54:17).

Be Informed. Be Discerning. Be Vigilant. Be Bold. Be Engaged. Be Strong. Be Prayerful.