“You don’t have to obey anyone, you’re only accountable to yourself.”
Russian politicians and media are increasingly telling the story that Ukraine is actually full of Satanic covens.
After police arrested a young man for the murder of two sisters, police found a “blood pact” in which the man pledged to sacrifice women so a demon would help him win the lottery.
He's also been accused of child sex trafficking after posting a photo of his own daughter at a campaign event.
A prominent guest blasted Airbnb and a host after finding what he described as “seemingly satanic items" in his Airbnb. The host calls the accusations “unsettling and weird.”
Children told police they had been forced to participate in murder rituals, but there was no evidence to be found.
They allegedly brought butcher knives to school and wanted to kill "as many students as possible," then scatter their remains at the school's entrance.
"Blood for Satan" is the country's first Satanic charity event.
It's better than watching another Hitler thing on Netflix.
In a town with a reputation for religiousness, a group of Satan worshippers are among the faithful.
So the church is launching a weeklong intensive course to train priests in the art.