Satanic Sex robots were inspired and prophecied by the founder of the Church of Satan



Article by Leo Zagami


Anton Szandor LaVey, the founder of the Church of Satan, and the religion of LaVeyan Satanism became the pioneer of artificial human companions that later would become the robotic sex dolls that are now big business for manufacturers, who claim their products are so realistic that people are marrying them.

However, it was LaVey who create humanoid dolls first, often as memories of his youth in the basement of his infamous Black House in San Francisco (the house allegedly described by the Eagles in their chartbusting song “Hotel California”). LaVey had a bar called the Den of Iniquity, where he placed several of his artificial human companions.

The late LaVey shared his unusual thoughts on shallow perfection, “beautiful people” and his Artificial Human Companions in the documentary “Speak of the Devil: The Canon of Anton LaVey,”released in 1993 through Wavelength Video and directed by Nick Bougas:  This is a small but interesting extract:


And now watch by comparison this truly spooky video made in 2014. It is the pseudo art work of LaVey’s disciple Jordan Wolfson, referred to in the contemporary artworld as the “Master of Puppets” where we see a Female Figure as an animatronic robot that dances in front of a large mirror, while at the same time seeking eye contact with the spectator. It’s truly weird, as is most of Wolfsons’ work.



Jordan Wolfson, Colored sculpture, 2016. Mixed media, dimensions variable. Courtesy Sadie Coles HQ, London and David Zwirner, New York.


The emergence of commercially available robots and human companions like those made by the Californian sex doll firm RealDoll, and the opening of the UK’s first sex doll brothels last year, as well as similar brothels in Barcelona and Moscow, are LaVey’s dream come true. Such establishments, which offer clients the use of silicone models inside private rooms and don’t only encourage the use of such robots only for sex, but also for companionship. This is a clear example of a LaVeyan concept manifesting outside of the classic Satanic environment. Today’s sex robots are essentially realistic dolls that have sophisticated movements that closely mimic humans so that they can have full sexual intercourse.

The robots have hyper-realistic features such as built-in heaters to create the feeling of body warmth. They also have sophisticated sensors to react to your touch.

But now Realbotix, a hi-tech division of RealDoll, is also busy developing robots that can speak, smile and sing, like Harmony AI , produced to offer an “emotional connection” just like Anton LaVey wished for so long ago. So, after introducing the Face-X system which allowed any face to be interchangeable with different silicone bodies and a removable vagina in 2009, which is dishwasher-safe, creating a successful sex doll, the next logical step of LaVey’s modern disciples based in California and headed by Satanist Matt McMullen, was to create a more realistic experience incorporating artificial intelligence (AI). RealDoll has been recently working on creating a robotic head, a learning capable AI app, and even a head adapter with a bluetooth speaker, touch sensors and internal heaters. Experts say these specialized robots will begin to appear in ordinary homes in the next decade, as lonely humans look for love in the hands of Satan.

The late Anton LaVey prophecied in The Devil’s Notebook, published in 1992 :

“I have great respect for those who pioneer their own artificial human companion, crude as they might initially be. They will have come a small step closer to playing God and creating man and woman according to their desidered image.”


LaVey will be more than satisfied with today’s realistic robots that are part of a growing £20 billion industry –  that aim to create dolls that look and operate like real women.

In a video published in November 2017 Satanic Reverend Raul Antony is joined by Church of Satan leaders Peter H. Gilmore, Peggy Nadramia, and Ruth Waytz to discuss the world of “Blade Runner”, artificial human companions, the ethics of self-aware AI, Anton LaVey on “Future Noir”, a critical response to “Blade Runner 2049”, and more. This is not a conspiracy this our future.



Matt McMullen the CEO of Realbotix and RealDoll at work with his Satanic creations.


Matt McMullen is working on a sex robot that can speak to you – and she’s nearly ready to ship to customers



Leo Zagami is a regular contributor to Infowars and the author of the groundbreaking book Confessions of an Illuminati Volume 5: The Decline of the West and the Rise of Satanism in our Society 


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Spontaneous Resignations in the Communication Discastery kick off a disastrous 2019 for the Vatican!

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Article by Leo Zagami


The Director and Vice-Director of the Vatican’s press office have resigned together, in a surprise move that appears to indicate strong tensions at the top of the city-state’s complicated communications structure.

The resignations of American Greg Burke and Spaniard Paloma García Ovejero seem to have caught their supervisor by surprise. Paolo Ruffini, head of the Vatican’s Dicastery for Communication said in a public statement that he had just “learned” of the decision, and called it a “free and autonomous choice,” adding that, “he respected the decision they took.”

The resignations of Burke and García were announced with a short note published by the Vatican’s daily bulletin on the last day of 2018. Pope Francis immediately appointed Alessandro Gisotti, who was the head of Social Media for the Communications Dicastery, to new interim Director of the Press Office. No reasons were given for this sudden shake-up.

In a tweet, Burke said that he and García would be leaving on January1st, explaining that “At this time of transition in Vatican communications, we think it’s best the Holy Father is completely free to assemble a new team.”

The surprise resignations come two weeks after Francis appointed his close friend, the Italian journalist and Vatican expert Andrea Tornielli, who recently left his position as senior Vatican expert of the left-wing newspaper La Stampa, to fill an open high-level position in the Communications Dicastery of the Holy Office. Tornielli, who previously worked for La Stampa as coordinator of the website Vatican Insiderand in 2016 released a book-length interview with his friend Pope Francis, is now in charge of coordinating the editorial line of all the Vatican’s media outlets. However, it seems that Pope Francis’s recent reforms of the Vatican’s communications structure didn’t go well and created immediate tension in the new Dicastery for Communication that he inaugurated in 2015 as the supreme authority to preside over all of the city-state’s various media entities, including the press office, which had previously been semi-autonomous and completely in the hands of the Jesuits.

After working in Rome for Fox News, Burke joined the Vatican as an advisor to the Secretariat of State in 2012, before being appointed to replace the known Jesuit Fr. Federico Lombardi as director of the press office in 2016. Paloma García was a reporter for the Spanish radio network Cadena COPE before her appointment as press office Vice Director at the time of Burke’s appointment.

Greg Burke and Paloma García were hailed as the first team of lay professional journalists to ever lead the press office of the Vatican, but something must have gone terribly wrong for both to abruptly resign. García was the first female vice director, and one of a handful of women in managerial roles at the overwhelmingly clerical and male-only Vatican institution.

In the meantime, Pope Francis has caused heads to turn once again, when he repeated in his first public audience of 2019, a concept he expressed a couple of years ago: “Better to be atheist than hypocritical Catholic.”  In April 2018, Pope Francis also claimed that atheists can go to Heaven, thus reinforcing the impression by Catholic traditionalists and Christians alike, that his opinions on the Christian afterlife are somewhat clumsy, at least compared to standard biblical views and are completely heretical considering his position. Bergoglio’s lapse attitude towards fundamental Christian values is just another evil attempt to acquire us to the advent of a One World Religion.




Leo Zagami is a regular contributor to Infowars and the author of the groundbreaking book Confessions of an Illuminati Volume 5: The Decline of the West and the Rise of Satanism in our Society 


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