The Head of a Satanic Temple Explains Satanism

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In this documentary, VICE asks the Head of the Satanic Temple in the UK all the important questions about satanists. Do they drink blood? Do they sacrifice babies? Can they connect people to the Illuminati? Or is Satanism just a sex cult?
The definition of Satanism is “a group of ideological and philosophical beliefs based on Satan”. When most people think of Satanism, they see images of pierced, black-clad youths gathering at night, listening to hard core death metal music and sacrificing animals.
But this might come as a surprise. Satanism is nothing about it. In fact, Satanists are more interested in community activism and individual freedom than heavy metal and performing bizarre rites.
This documentary reveals a lot more about Satanism than you might assume.

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