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After School Satan Club Coming to a Elementary School Near You


As if sending your kid to school wasn’t scary enough these days…

Now we have the After School Satan Club to worry about!

Hey, kids… stop by after school for fun crafts and snacks with the Devil.


But sadly, there are multiple chapters of the After School Satan Club (ASSC) across the nation with more to come.

Most recently, the Saucon Valley school district in Pennsylvania has faced controversy over allowing the ASSC to hold meetings, then changing its position on the matter.

According to The Morning Call,

Some community members decried the decision to allow the club to meet at the school in the first place. But others — including about a dozen representing the After School Satan Club — criticized Superintendent Jaime Vlasaty for changing her mind.
Craig Hay isn’t one of them. Hay, whose children went to Saucon Valley schools, said he thinks the club would be harmful to children and could lead to antisocial behavior. He called on Vlasaty to resign.

Vlasaty’s announcement Feb. 20 that the club would be meeting at one of Saucon Valley’s middle schools touched off a week of controversy. All schools were closed Wednesday after a shooting threat over the issue; a North Carolina man was arrested Tuesday on charges he made the threats.

Vlasaty said at Tuesday’s board meeting that the club’s permission to rent space at the district middle school was rescinded Friday because its advertisements, including those shared online, were in violation of board policy.

It’s just sickening that anyone would even allow their child to participate in something like this.

They claim it’s innocent and unrelated to Satanism, but if that’s true – why have the club in the first place?

Supporters of the club claim it’s only fair for the Satanists to be represented at schools if Christians and other religious groups are allowed to hold club gatherings.

They’re doing it in response to Christian clubs at schools, such as The Good News Club.

The Hill reported on a chapter opening in Chesapeake, Virginia earlier this month:

The After School Satan Club was created in response to CPS authorizing the Good News Club, a Christian club, to hold after-school meetings at B.M. Williams. Some local parents said they simply wanted to bring an inclusive alternative for their non-Christian children, and that the club really isn’t about Satan.

“We are non-theistic,” said Rose Bastet, a volunteer organizing the club. “I understand the apprehension behind the satanic name, but he is just an imaginary figure that we look to because he is the eternal rebel that fought for justice and humanity.”

Just an imaginary figure….

See, kids – Satan isn’t scary. In fact, he’s a hero who “fought for justice and humanity.”

What a disgusting load of crap!

While working on this article, something I read a long time ago came to mind.

C.S. Lewis wrote The Screwtape Letters, which – if you’re not familiar with, I highly recommend reading. It’s not long but is packed full of prophetic wisdom only God could have given Lewis.

The story follows Screwtape, an older demon, as he guides his young apprentice Wormwood in his education of demonhood.

Screwtape’s advice to Wormwood could practically be viewed as the playbook of the Liberal Left.

Here’s one passage, where Screwtape instructs Wormwood how to manipulate a human to downplay the legitimacy of their master, Satan:

“The fact that ‘devils’ are predominantly comic figures in the modern imagination will help you. If any faint suspicion of your existence begins to arise in his mind, suggest to him a picture of something in red tights, and persuade him that since he cannot believe in that (it is an old textbook method of confusing them) he therefore cannot believe in you.”

A comic figure… a mythical creature… a symbol… not even real.

And remember, according to the hellion’s own website, they only open clubs in districts where organizations like The Good News Club already operate.

The After School Satan Club does not believe in introducing religion into public schools and will only open a club if other religious groups are operating on campus. ASSC exists to provide a safe and inclusive alternative to the religious clubs that use threats of eternal damnation to convert school children to their belief system.

They are intentionally targeting schools where religious clubs already exist so they can present an alternative narrative.

A version of reality that says, you’re the only one who can say what’s right or wrong for you. Don’t believe in the silly “mythical” stories of hell and damnation for your sins. That’s all make-believe.

It’s all about “personal sovereignty.”

In fact, when asked “Do you worship Satan?” on the Frequently Asked Questions portion of their website, here’s their answer:

No, nor do we believe in the existence of Satan or the supernatural. The Satanic Temple believes that religion can, and should, be divorced from superstition. As such, we do not promote a belief in a personal Satan. To embrace the name Satan is to embrace rational inquiry removed from supernaturalism and archaic tradition-based superstitions.

So, you don’t “believe in the existence of Satan,” you just have a “religious organization” that claims his name?

Makes perfect sense.

And once again, I turn to The Screwtape Letters:


“There are two equal and opposite errors into which our race can fall about the devils. One is to disbelieve in their existence. The other is to believe, and to feel an excessive and unhealthy interest in them. They themselves are equally pleased by both errors and hail a materialist or a magician with the same delight.”

The progressives in this country want to tell our kids they can use any pronoun they want, have sexual relationships with whoever they want and whenever they want, kill the baby that results from it, and feel good about all of these choices.

And hey – if anyone tries to tell you you’re wrong, the After School Satan Club is here to welcome you with open arms because they’re the “good guys.”

Talk about a wolf in sheep’s clothing.

Things have become so twisted that the wolf in sheep’s clothing admits to being the wolf and people are still buying into the lie!


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