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Article by Leo Zagami
Bramshaw is a beautiful little village based in Hampshire, England, located 10 miles west of Southampton. It lies just inside the New Forest, one of the largest remaining tracts of unenclosed pastureland, heathland, and forest in Southern England.
In the last couple of months, the English media has been reporting on the increase of Satanic activities in the area, culminating in the recent discovery of five animal hearts laid out in a pattern and surrounded by a circle of 20 candles which were left on top of a Bronze Age mound at Stagbury Hill in the Hampshire National Park, two miles from Bramshaw, on the morning of January 13th. This has prompted Hampshire Constabulary to step up patrols in the area, which the Independent wrote has been “targeted by Satanists.” Adding that:
“Locals were left confused and fearful after the display of hearts surrounded by more than 20 candles was noticed by residents prompting a subsequent police probe.”
An unidentified local removed the organs and immediately reported the incident to the police. The grim scene was close to a church where a dead cat was found last month by congregation members which was hanging “horribly” from a flagpole, forcing the vicar to issue a warning about the prospect of witchcraft and Satanism on the rise. Wherever and whenever, since its inception, that there has been Christianity, there has been active opposition of it. In the earliest days, there was the persecution and intolerance of the Roman State, driving the worship of Christ underground into the catacombs. In later times, with the approach of the Dark Ages, the stubborn and frequently unyielding perversity of the pagans increased in some areas of the known world. Indeed, Iceland only adopted the Christian faith in the millennial year 1000 AD, and it was not until the 1030s that Scandinavia’s first native-born saint, St. Olaf of Norway, was martyred.
Even then, the battle against paganism was far from over. The old pagan traditions persisted in the form of secret worship and assemblies, as well as in the work of even the very craftsmen employed to create the great shrines of Christianity, the mighty, soaring bulks of the Gothic Cathedrals. In lofty nave, upon towering spire, and over arch and buttress, we see the indisputable proof of a hidden tradition of paganism in the form of gargoyles and corbels which represent such unorthodox themes as the Green Man, the obscene and repulsive Sheila-na-Gig, and a variety of other perverse and disturbingly un-Christian themes. It has also been shown that such “decorations” found their way onto the very pages of the missal, and examples even survive holy texts ornamented with a demon who revealed his buttocks in the place where the Words of God were to be kissed by faithful lips. Later, the obscene and blasphemous practices become known as the infamous Black Mass… services to the devil, paying homage to the Evil one with the adjunctive trappings of the true Christian Mass employed and parodied, which have been in place for a little over five centuries, and I talked about the roots of such perverse practices in Volume 6.66 of my Confessions, as well as my latest YouTube Show.
The torture and blatant murder of humans, as well as the abuse and sacrifice of animal victims, have been an integral part of the Black Mass since its earliest celebrations. At the Sabbat, witches simulated the breaking of the Host by quartering a live toad whilst they howled blasphemies. Indeed, the use of drugs, both to sedate those who are destined to play some part in the unholy ritual to come, and to encourage a frenzied abandon on the part of the congregants, was also known from the earliest times.
Last month, the vicar of the church in Bramshaw, Hampshire, Reverend David Bacon, warned of “sinister” goings-on after the bodies of dead animals were discovered deliberately left there, as just a few weeks before, the discovery of a sacrificed cat and a dead fox was also found on the doorstep of the 12th-century church. After this latest hilltop discovery of pig’s hearts displayed earlier this month, a Facebook user commented: “Weird – connected to the cat strung up the flagpole and the dead fox left on the church steps?” Another said: “Very odd! Probably linked to the strange things left at the church recently?” A fellow social media user added: “Perhaps the idiots thought the Trig Point was a sacred druid shrine or something?” One commenter said: “Could have poison in it, some strange ritual” and posted an emoji of a witch.
Rev Bacon explained that the group of ladies who found the cat in December when they came to clean St Peter’s Church to get it ready for Christmas were left shocked and “unsettled” by the event. In 2019, the same New Forest village was terrorized by suspected Satanists who stabbed sheep and sprayed them with pentagrams, drawing occult markings on Rev Bacon’s medieval church. Rev Bacon told the Daily Mail:
“I have no idea why it is happening in our area. If it is connected to witchcraft, the New Forest has been linked to witchcraft for hundreds of years.”
Alternative religions including Satanism, Paganism, and Shamanism have seen an explosion in follower numbers in England and Wales between 2011 and 2021, as the censuses showed that the number of people identifying as Satanists rose by 167 percent, from 1,893 to 5,054. No wonder it was in England Danyal Hussein, 19, stabbed two sisters to death in June 2020 following the instructions found in a dangerous black magic grimoire called The Grand Grimoire, who signed a handwritten agreement with the mythical “Lucifuge Rofocale” to win a £321 million lottery jackpot.
Also known as Le Dragon Rouge or The Red Dragon, The Grand Grimoire contains instructions purported to summon Lucifer or Lucifuge Rofocale, to form a deal with the devil.
Initially, they said that Hussein targeted Bibaa Henry, 46, and Nicole Smallman, 27, at random, as he roamed through a park in Wembley, in northwest London, but later, Mrs. Justice Whipple said that: “This was a calculated and deliberate course of conduct, planned and carried out with precision.” The victims’ mother, Anglican priest, Mina Smallman, declared in shock after the tragedy that she had “never come across such evil.”
The Muslim-born Danyal Hussein pledged to carry out a “campaign of vengeance” by killing six women every six months after the infernal pact with Lucifuge Rofocale, but fortunately, his killing spree was stopped because he cut himself during the frenzied attack on the sisters, enabling police to finally track him down and arrest him through DNA testing, ending with two concurrent 35-year jail sentences at the Old Bailey in 2021. Hussein declined to give any evidence during his trial, claiming he was not responsible for the killings or for writing the pact, signed by Hussein in blood, on a green piece of paper in which he agreed to “perform a minimum of six sacrifices every six months for as long as I am free.”
The agreement, made out to “King Lucifuge Rofocale,” also promised that he would “build a temple,” for his infernal master. Aside from the agreement, police also found evidence of love spells and potions as Hussein tried to become more attractive to women.
Hussein had become radicalized through the dark web, where such ideologies were promoted and discussed by others. While some search history was recovered by police, much of what the teen was looking through remains unknown. Detectives believe he was exposed to the sick teachings of “Incel,” originally an online subculture of people who define themselves as unable to have a romantic or sexual partner despite desiring one, which has now become a murderous movement. Incels have been indicated by the leftist media as white, but that’s a lie, as Hussein was the child of Kamal Hussein, originally from Iraq.
Expert Jacob Ware, a terrorism researcher who studies its followers, said:
“The Incel movement has benefited from the same social mobilization and online communication tools that have propelled the Islamic State and violent far-right extremists to increasing prominence and attention.”
“With just a Google search, curious outsiders can discover an entire online world populated by Incels, complete with their sites, language, and culture. Once there, initiates are exposed to a variegated menu of extremist topics, propagated by forum dwellers eager to radicalize newcomers.”
After stalking and stabbing the two sisters to death, Hussein purchased three lottery tickets that were found tucked inside the agreement. None were winning tickets, as the devil is a liar.
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