Teenage Satanist and far-right extremist, satanic neo-Nazi death cult, Satanic worship Lords of Chaos, NXIVM cult, South Korean religious cult, Manson cult killer parole release blocked

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– Teenage Satanist and far-right extremist sentenced for terrorism offences- Man charged in stabbing death of mosque caretaker followed hate group online (satanic neo-Nazi death cult)

– Relatives mourn sisters killed in vicious machete attack “gory and violent drawings and pictures, including skulls, Satanic symbols and demons. In one photo, Urias is wearing a red-colored devil mask”- Satanic worship, church burnings and murder: The true story behind ‘Lords of Chaos’ “We were singing about Satan and sadism, and everything that was wrong like torture”

– The NXIVM cult: How long are the leaders of going to jail for?- 21 members of a South Korean religious cult were arrested in Singapore.

– Manson cult killer has parole release blocked


Teenage Satanist and far-right extremist sentenced for terrorism offences 

Schoolboy avoids jail after admitting terrorism and child abuse image offences

Nadeem Badshah Mon 2 Nov 2020 

A teenage Satanist and far-right extremist has been given a suspended sentence after posting bomb-making manuals on neo-Nazi forums and downloading indecent images of children. Harry Vaughan, 18, a grammar school pupil who achieved four A* grades in his A-levels, was sentenced at the Old Bailey on Monday after admitting 14 terrorism offences and two child abuse image offences. He was given two years’ detention suspended for two years. Vaughan was arrested by police in June last year following an investigation into an online forum called Fascist Forge. Police found that the teenager, of south-west London, had been concealing his identity behind numerous aliases and boasting about school shootings, sharing explosives manuals and neo-Nazi propaganda online, expressing homophobic views and downloading indecent images of underage boys. Digital forensic specialists retrieved 4,200 images and 302 files from Vaughan’s devices including an extreme rightwing terrorist book and documents relating to Satanism, neo-Nazism and antisemitism.Police also discovered graphics encouraging acts of terrorism in the name of the proscribed organisation Sonnenkrieg Division and footage of the 2019 Christchurch mosque massacre…. https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2020/nov/02/teenage-satanist-and-far-right-extremist-sentenced-for-terrorism-offences

Man charged in stabbing death of mosque caretaker followed hate group online

Guilherme ‘William’ Von Neutegem, 34, is accused of stabbing 58-year-old Mohamed-Aslim Zafis outside mosque CBC News · Sep 21, 2020 

The man charged with stabbing a volunteer caretaker to death at a Toronto mosque shared what appears to be content from a satanic neo-Nazi group in social media posts, according to an organization that tracks online extremism.The revelation comes amid calls for the killing to be investigated as a hate crime, something the Toronto Police Service is considering at this time.

Guilherme “William” Von Neutegem, 34, is charged with first-degree murder in connection with the killing of Mohamed-Aslim Zafis…. Evan Balgord, the organization’s executive director, describes the group Von Neutegem is linked to as a satanic neo-Nazi death cult.”They’re all the worst things that you could possibly think of,” Balgord told CBC News. “They are explicitly anti-Semitic and they’re explicitly racist,” Balgord said. “They worship Hitler as a God figure.”Balgord’s organization isn’t the only one concerned about the group’s activity. According to the U.K. anti-hate research organization Hope Not Hate, the group’s beliefs involve “culling” civilization, with followers encouraged to engage in extreme violence, random attacks and sexual assault….https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/toronto/mosque-stabbing-suspect-1.5732078

Relatives mourn sisters killed in vicious machete attack by suspect once considered ‘kind’

BY MICHELLE HUNTER Oct 27, 2020…. 

But Urias’ Facebook pages show a fascination with disturbing imagery. They are filled with gory and violent drawings and pictures, including skulls, Satanic symbols and demons. In one photo, Urias is wearing a red-colored devil mask, perhaps the one authorities say he was wearing during the killings. In another picture, Urias holds a large knife as he stands shirtless with an upside-down cross around his neck, a drawing of what looks like a demon on a skeletal horse and a belt of bullets around his waist. Rocky Tornabene said he’s been told about Urias’ unusual social media posts. But he said he suspects the images are linked to the hard-core heavy metal music that Urias – and Rocky Tornabene, himself – enjoyed, rather than a sign of sickness or a violent nature. Fortenberry said it’s likely the images are more a stereotype or phase…..https://www.nola.com/news/crime_police/article_1e2c87cc-1893-11eb-aee8-53f54aa07eb5.html


Satanic worship, church burnings and murder: The true story behind ‘Lords of Chaos’
By Steve Appleford
Feb. 12, 2019

The terrible dawn of Norwegian black metal came during the summer of 1984, during an adolescent season of inspiration in a small village outside Oslo.Guitarist Oystein Aarseth and bassist Jorn Stubberud, both 16, formed a band called Mayhem, fueled on their love for the bleakest forms of heavy metal, slasher films and an attraction to rebellion and evil. To signify their break from mainstream Christian society — and in opposition to the glam-metal dudes in hairspray and spandex — the Mayhem founders took on ominous new identities: Aarseth would be known as “Euronymous,” Stubberud as “Necrobutcher.” “That’s why we started to wear our hair all black. We were singing about Satan and sadism, and everything that was wrong like torture and stuff like that — the opposite of hanging around at the beach,”

Necrobutcher, now 50, recalled of those days. “We were looking for perversity and craziness.” They found it in their creation of a frantic metal subgenre that was uniquely grim and threatening, just as Mayhem and others in the Norwegian black metal scene began to stumble from a frightening made-up image and into tragic reality. Within a decade, bandleader Euronymous was murdered by another band member, and a Mayhem singer was dead from suicide. Others were sent to prison for murder and dozens of churches across the country had been burned to the ground by band members and black metallers inspired by their example….https://www.latimes.com/entertainment/movies/la-ca-mn-jonas-akerlund-lords-of-chaos-20190212-story.html

The NXIVM cult: How long are the leaders of going to jail for? One of the wildest scandals of the late 2010s was the chilling details of the NXIVM cult. Unearthed in 2017 by The New York Times, Frank Parlato, and former NXIVM members, NXIVM was responsible for sex trafficking, branding, and extorting money from many of its members. In 2018, after an FBI investigation, most of its leadership was arrested, including NXIVM founder and “vanguard” Keith Raniere. In 2019, NXIVM’s arrested leaders either plead guilty or were convicted of the charges against them. In 2020, the sentencing hammer, or gavel, is coming down with two leaders already serving time behind bars. Plus, two new docuseries have been released on HBO Max & Starz respectively: The Vow and Seduced: Inside the NXIVM Cult. What was advertised as a self-help group devolved into unspeakable sexual & financial crimes that are finally landing those responsible in jail.https://filmdaily.co/news/nxivm-cult-jail/

21 members of a South Korean religious cult were arrested in Singapore.
By Divya Taery

21 men and women were arrested for being members of an “unlawful society” in Singapore on 11 November 2020. In other words, they were part of an unregistered secretive South Korean church.According to Coconuts, 9 men and 12 women were arrested by the police from the Criminal Investigation Department. Investigations revealed that they were connected to the local chapter of Shincheonji Church of Jesus (SCJ) which has been labelled as a cult in most places. 


What are the tell-tale signs of a cult?For starters, cults are helmed by charismatic living leaders (aka not an omnipresent god). They are real people who tend to be the main focus of the group, usually with the most power and authority.

 According to The Guardian, cults also have a process of indoctrination but this is subtle as it comes across as educating new recruits. The process tends to favour the group and its leader. Probably the most significant sign is the abuse. This could mean economic abuse, sexual abuse or mental abuse. This ranges from guilting members for more “donations” and alienating members from their family and friends. So, is SCJ a cult?The church is led by Lee Man-hee. He founded SCJ and claimed that Jesus Christ appeared before him as a “bright heavenly figure”. Members refer to him as “the promised pastor,” “the one who overcomes” or “the advocate.”They also believe he will live forever.


In their Singapore chapter, recruited members were not allowed to contact each other, verify/question teachings with other churches and speak to their family about the group’s activities.There are also many reports on how members cut ties with their family after joining the group.  Oh and the group believes that its founder Lee, is the second coming of Jesus Christ and he will take 144,000 followers to heaven with him on Judgement Day….https://sea.mashable.com/culture/13201/21-members-of-a-south-korean-religious-cult-were-arrested-in-singapore-heres-what-we-know


Manson cult killer has parole release blocked


Tuesday, 1 Dec 2020 

California’s governor has blocked the release of Charles Manson follower Leslie Van Houten, marking the fourth time a governor has reversed parole for the notorious cult murderer. 

Governor Gavin Newsom said Van Houten, 71, would still pose a danger to society if released after more than five decades behind bars, citing her lack of “insight or candour” into her role in the gruesome 1969 killing of a Los Angeles couple. “Given the extreme nature of the crime in which she was involved, I do not believe she has sufficiently demonstrated that she has come to terms with the totality of the factors that led her to participate in the vicious Manson family killings,” Mr Newsom wrote. The decision came after a parole board in July approved the release of Van Houten, who is serving a life sentence.At the age of 19, she was among a trio of Manson followers who broke into the home of Leo and Rosemary LaBianca. Van Houten stabbed the latter 16 times….
https://www.rte.ie/news/world/2020/1130/1181542-manson-follower-parole/

Order of Nine Angels – Nazi Satanist group, US soldier Ethan Melzer, Satanic Mystical Aspect of Nazism, Satanism and Fascism

June 24, 2020 § Leave a comment

Order of Nine Angles: What is this obscure Nazi Satanist group?

Its short-term goal is to undermine what it caricatures as a decadent Judeo-Christian society, with an emphasis placed on real-world acts, the aim being a new imperial civilization based a cruel mixture of Social Darwinism, Satanism, and Fascism…. The ONA has acted as an influence on several neo-Nazi extremist groups, including the US-based Atomwaffen Division – linked to five murders.

US soldier Ethan Melzer accused of planning attack on own unit

Private Melzer….used an encrypted messaging system to send notice to members of the Order of Nine Angles

What is the Order of Nine Angles?  Also known as the ONA, or O9A, the Order is an occult group founded in the UK, with roots dating back to the 1960s
It describes itself as Satanic and its writings are widely shared in Neo-Nazi communities.

Durham teen neo-Nazi became ‘living dead’

The trial heard much about his ideology: an amalgam of neo-Nazism, Satanism and misanthropy, allied to the belief that a collapse of civilisation should be “accelerated” through acts of violence and criminality

U.S. Soldier Indicted for Plotting Attack on His Own Unit With Satanic Neo-Nazi Group    If convicted, Ethan Melzer, 22 — who allegedly leaked information to far-right group Order of the Nine Angles — could face life in prison for conspiring to murder U.S. nationals

Atomwaffen Division
Atomwaffen Division (AWD) is a terroristic national socialist organization that formed out of Iron March, an influential fascist forum that went offline in September 2017….It is from this forum that Atomwaffen Division (AWD) — a cadre of mostly younger men, some with military experience, hell-bent on resuscitating leaderless cell-oriented terrorism — was born.
….Its author, Temple ov Blood, is said to be a subsect of the Order of Nine Angles, an enigmatic Satanic occult group whose most extreme adherents promote human sacrifice, Nazism and Fascism and Aryan myths, and have been reported to praise Adolf Hitler and Osama bin Laden.

Addressing the Satanic, Mystical Aspect of Nazism

Satanic cults popular among SS officers demonstrate the importance of mystic faith in the worldview of the Nazi elite.

Children as young as 13 joining Satanic Nazi groups, report warns
Many of the new groups in Britain have been linked to the banned National Action    Children as young as 13 are joining Nazi groups which are increasingly turning towards Satanism, a new report warns.   Research has found a “disturbing” trend among the far right which is “getting more extreme and younger”, with those with dangerous ideologies finding each other online.

“As a result we are seeing more and more about Satanism and white jihad. It is almost like Hitler isn’t extreme enough for them anymore.

“Order of Nine Angles (O9A), unquestionably the world’s most extreme Nazi Satanist group”. The O9A group, which has been running since the 1960s and holds occult rituals led by a Priest and Priestess, advocates destroying society from within and “culling” people.

 

Order of Nine Angles: What is this obscure Nazi Satanist group?

By Daniel De Simone BBC News 23 June 2000

A US soldier has been accused of plotting an attack on his own unit by sending information to an obscure Nazi Satanist organisation called the Order of Nine Angles (ONA). But who are they?

Founded in the UK in the 1970s, the ONA is an increasing focus for law enforcement and has appeared as an influence in several recent UK terrorism prosecutions relating to the extreme right-wing.

The group lionises the Nazi era and dates its calendar from the birth of Adolf Hitler, but its supernatural belief system goes beyond anything normally associated with right-wing extremism.

What does the group believe in?

Its short-term goal is to undermine what it caricatures as a decadent Judeo-Christian society, with an emphasis placed on real-world acts, the aim being a new imperial civilization based a cruel mixture of Social Darwinism, Satanism, and Fascism.

Adherents are encouraged to secretly infiltrate organisations such as the military or Christian churches in order to destabilise them from within.

Those who progress through the ONA’s hierarchical ranks are required to undertake various tasks, including forming their own small groups to prove their leadership abilities, with the result that a decentralised network of associated bodies exists throughout various countries.

There is a total rejection of ethics and some key texts even discuss ritual sacrifice, both symbolic and actual….

How influential is it?

The ONA has acted as an influence on several neo-Nazi extremist groups, including the US-based Atomwaffen Division – linked to five murders – and the Sonnenkrieg Division, which was banned as a terrorist organisation in the UK earlier this year.

Such groups reject attempts at gaining popular support for the extreme right – whether through demonstrations or campaigns – and are instead committed to an ideology of so-called accelerationism, which predicts societal collapse and racial warfare, seeking to speed the process up through acts of violence.

The ideology is promoted in several online spaces and that is where it has blended with the ideas promoted by ONA, giving the latter an increased influence on the furthest edges of the extreme right….

https://www.bbc.com/news/world-53141759

US soldier Ethan Melzer accused of planning attack on own unit
BBC News 23 June 2000

A US soldier has been charged with terrorism offences for planning a deadly ambush on his unit by sending information to a neo-Nazi group.

Ethan Melzer, 22, stands accused of sending sensitive details about his unit to the Order of Nine Angles.

The US Department of Justice calls it an “occult-based neo-Nazi and racially motivated violent extremist group”.

He was allegedly planning for information to be passed to jihadists, who would then carry out an attack.

His plan was thwarted late last month by the FBI and the US army. He was arrested on 10 June.

Private Melzer, from Louisville, Kentucky, has been charged with conspiring and attempting to murder US nationals; conspiring and attempting to murder military service members; providing and attempting to provide material support to terrorists; and conspiring to murder and maim in a foreign country.

Private Melzer enlisted in the US Army in December 2018 and began his active service in June 2019.

In the fall of 2019, he was assigned to a US military facility in Europe, the indictment says. In April 2020, the army informed Private Melzer that he and his unit would be deployed to another foreign country, not named in the filing.

After Private Melzer was notified of this assignment, he used an encrypted messaging system to send notice to members of the Order of Nine Angles, including his unit’s locations, movements and security plans. The information was shared “for the purpose of facilitating an attack on the unit”, the indictment says….

What is the Order of Nine Angles?

Also known as the ONA, or O9A, the Order is an occult group founded in the UK, with roots dating back to the 1960s
It describes itself as Satanic and its writings are widely shared in Neo-Nazi communities

The Order calls for the overthrow of the West’s Judeo-Christian order, and it encourages members to isolate themselves from society, commit crimes and embrace political extremism

New followers must spend at least six months in “insight roles,” a practice of infiltrating and subverting other religious groups or organisations like the police and army

The group maintains a decentralised structure, so it is hard to estimate the true size and influence. But its ideology is having a resurgence in Europe and the US, partly due to the online proliferation of its literature.

https://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-53145806

Durham teen neo-Nazi became ‘living dead’
By Daniel De Simone BBC News 22 November 2019

The youngest person to be convicted of planning a terrorist attack in the UK identified potential targets in his hometown, began drafting a “guerrilla warfare” manual and tried to obtain a chemical used in terrorist bombings. But the case also focused on the radicalisation process itself, hearing the 16-year-old’s preparations for an attack involved a deliberate effort to dehumanise himself and become like the “living dead”….

The trial heard much about his ideology: an amalgam of neo-Nazism, Satanism and misanthropy, allied to the belief that a collapse of civilisation should be “accelerated” through acts of violence and criminality….

Central influences include the American neo-Nazi James Mason, who has been convicted of indecent images offences involving a child, and several individuals associated with the occult organisation Order of Nine Angles – described by the prosecution as the “most prominent and recognisable link between Satanism and the extreme right”.

The result is a culture in which deviancy and criminality are encouraged – sexual violence and paedophilia are constant themes – with anything justified as long as it is thought to destabilise society and defy what is characterised as slavish morality….

According to police, eight terrorist plots inspired by right-wing ideologies have been stopped since March 2017. They say there is a “spectrum” of such ideologies that have the potential to generate violence, with the variant finally adopted by the Durham defendant regarded as perhaps the most extreme of all.

He is now the fourth teenager convicted of terrorism offences in the UK over the past year in which the same set of influences – accelerationism and Satanism – have been central….

https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-england-tyne-50397477

U.S. Soldier Indicted for Plotting Attack on His Own Unit With Satanic Neo-Nazi Group

If convicted, Ethan Melzer, 22 — who allegedly leaked information to far-right group Order of the Nine Angles — could face life in prison for conspiring to murder U.S. nationals June 23, 2020 by EJ Dickson

A U.S. Army private is accused of planning a violent attack on his own unit with the Order of the Nine Angles — a neo-Nazi satanic group based in the U.K., sometimes called the O9A or ONA — according to a grand-jury indictment unsealed Monday.

Ethan Melzer, a 22-year-old soldier from Louisville, Kentucky, is charged with conspiring and attempting to murder U.S. nationals, conspiring and attempting to murder military service members, providing and attempting to provide material support to terrorists, and conspiring to murder and maim in a foreign country, per a press release from the U.S. Justice Department.

According to the indictment, Melzer enlisted with the Army in 2018 and deployed with his unit in October 2019, consuming propaganda from extremist groups like O9A and ISIS during this time. On May 14th, Melzer sent text messages on an O9A thread on Telegram saying he believed his “military training, survival, [and] links to other groups” could be an asset to the group. On May 17th, the indictment says, he relayed information about his unit’s deployment to an alleged member of Al Qaeda….

The ONA is described by the Southern Poverty Law Center as an “enigmatic satanic occult group whose most extreme adherents promote human sacrifice, Nazism and fascism and Aryan myths, and have been reported to praise Adolf Hitler and Osama bin Laden.” A British anti-racist group called for the ONA to be banned last year after a 16-year-old boy who cited it as an influence was arrested for plotting a terrorist attack.

Though ONA is based in the U.K., it has a presence in the U.S. and ties to Atomwaffen, another far-right extremist group that saw an increase in members after the deadly 2017 Charlottesville rally. ONA literature specifically encourages members (called Noctulians) to infiltrate mainstream organizations for six months, such as a police force, the military, or a far-right political organization.

https://www.rollingstone.com/culture/culture-news/army-soldier-ethan-melzer-order-nine-angels-o9a-indictment-1019331/

Atomwaffen Division

Atomwaffen Division (AWD) is a terroristic national socialist organization that formed out of Iron March, an influential fascist forum that went offline in September 2017….

IM, which went offline in September of 2017, was an intimate, dedicated network of just over 1,600 users who collectively posted more than 150,000 messages in six years. Andrew Auernheimer, a notorious neo-Nazi hacker and web administrator for the Daily Stormer, recently eulogized the site, praising it for its “strict inner culture,” influential aesthetics and the fascist organizations that it spawned in both the United States and Europe.

It is from this forum that Atomwaffen Division (AWD) — a cadre of mostly younger men, some with military experience, hell-bent on resuscitating leaderless cell-oriented terrorism — was born.

….Its author, Temple ov Blood, is said to be a subsect of the Order of Nine Angles, an enigmatic Satanic occult group whose most extreme adherents promote human sacrifice, Nazism and Fascism and Aryan myths, and have been reported to praise Adolf Hitler and Osama bin Laden.

https://www.splcenter.org/fighting-hate/extremist-files/group/atomwaffen-division

Addressing the Satanic, Mystical Aspect of Nazism

Oded Heilbronner 10.02.2014 10.04.2018

Satanic cults popular among SS officers demonstrate the importance of mystic faith in the worldview of the Nazi elite. Mainstream historians must pay more attention.

….Now many researchers have come to recognize the fact that we don’t have enough tools to explain everything that happened between 1933 and 1945, as Tel Aviv University historian Shulamit Volkov wrote a number of years ago. One example of this is the popularity of satanic cults among SS officers.

….The best legal minds, doctors and scientists volunteered for the SS and became officers. The inner circle of SS head Heinrich Himmler included jurists and doctors who led the campaigns of destruction or were commanders of concentration and death camps.

Between 1936 and 1941, some of these people met in Wewelsburg Castle in northwestern Germany once a year, under Himmler’s command, to take part in satanic rituals and read cultish texts of Germanic tribes. With Himmler as King Arthur and 12 SS officers as the 12 knights, these Nazi leaders gathered annually in knights’ gear at a round table and tried to channel the pagan heroes of German legend….

A labor camp was built in the area, where thousands of slave workers expanded the castle so it could be a gathering place for the SS. On the eve of Germany’s June 1941 invasion of Russia, SS leaders held their final meeting in the castle. After explaining the goal of the invasion and the role of SS death squads in liquidating the Jewish and Slavic population, Himmler and his men stood in the Holy Grail room to receive inspiration ahead of what they saw as the greatest moment in German history.

Himmler ordered parts of the castle destroyed in 1945. It now serves as a history museum of the SS and a meeting place for neo-Nazis, neo-folk bands, white supremacist groups and satanic, mystic and spiritualist groups….

https://www.haaretz.com/opinion/.premium-a-mystic-glimpse-of-evil-1.5320839

Children as young as 13 joining Satanic Nazi groups, report warns
Many of the new groups in Britain have been linked to the banned National Action
by Hayley Dixon 18 February 2019

Children as young as 13 are joining Nazi groups which are increasingly turning towards Satanism, a new report warns.

Research has found a “disturbing” trend among the far right which is “getting more extreme and younger”, with those with dangerous ideologies finding each other online.

Matthew Collins, a researcher at counter extremism group Hope Not Hate, which produced the report, said that the emerging groups are made up of “clever, mostly perverse young men” who are meeting in hidden areas of the internet and encouraging each other to become more extreme.

He said: “As a result we are seeing more and more about Satanism and white jihad. It is almost like Hitler isn’t extreme enough for them anymore.

“They are not like the traditional far right groups – they are more articulate, they are certainly more sophisticated and they are finding each other on gaming websites and things like that.”

The numbers joining these groups are in the hundreds, but it is feared that those who are radicalised online will go on to commit offences offline.

The Security Services warned of a growing threat from the far-right in the wake of the Finsbury Park mosque attack and the murder of MP Jo Cox.

The State of Hate 2019 report found that some of the most extreme groups in Britain today are influenced by the “Order of Nine Angles (O9A), unquestionably the world’s most extreme Nazi Satanist group”.

It says that the “philosophy is shaping the recently formed Sonnenkrieg Division, possibly the most extreme nazi group we have seen in decades”.

The O9A group, which has been running since the 1960s and holds occult rituals led by a Priest and Priestess, advocates destroying society from within and “culling” people.

Nick Lowles, founder of Hope Not Hate, writes in the report: “In the internet age, as extremists from around the world congregate together online, seeking out the “edgiest” positions and ideas, and younger people are drawn in, the O9A is arguably becoming more visible and influential than ever.”

The Sonnenkrieg Division hit the headlines in December last year after members called online for Prince Harry to be shot as a “race traitor” for marrying Meghan Markle. Three alleged members have been arrested.

Many of the emerging groups have links to National Action, the banned extremist group which was disbanded last year when 13 members were convicted using anti-terror legislation, the report found…..

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2019/02/18/children-young-13-joining-satanic-nazi-groups-report-warns/

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