“Bless” comes from a word meaning “mark with blood.” And indeed, we used blood to mark the occasion at our Pazuzu’s Blessing ritual.
“Conjuring” fans and free speech boosters alike want to know: Can you yell “Satanic Panic” in a crowded theater?
If you speak of the devil he’ll appear, but for most of the last year our Bay Area Satanists have had to keep their personal manifestations indirect.
No matter what winter holiday you celebrate (and even if you celebrate none at all), Satanists love to indulge. Here’s a gift guide when shopping for your favorite Satanist — or yourself.
For the third year in a row, Satanic Bay Area is happy to sponsor a Satanic Christmas tree at San Jose’s annual Christmas In the Park celebration.
How do you observe Halloween in the midst of an unprecedent public health crisis? In our case, very carefully.
Bay Area Satanists met on the shores of Golden Gate Park’s Lloyd Lake for a much-needed but still very cautious solstice ritual.
Mainstream religion never seems to get tired of the end of the world. Which seems to leave only Satanists with the job of preserving the world to the best of our ability.
Some religions endanger their membership insisting on communion in one physical location, but we swapped our Walpurgisnacht Black Mass for an online ritual.
Satanists are conducting many sacrifices right now: of our time, of our company, and of opportunities that might have been, all to save lives.