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Satanism in the Man's Domain Marian T. Horvat, Ph.D. Last week, I made a commentary on the infiltration of Satanism into the furnishings for the home and garden. Today, I have some different catalogues at hand, ones geared more toward men that feature knives, swords and other such décor for the den, office, or library. These catalogues do not target the occult groups; they are sent to the average outdoorsman or collector of weapons and knives and related items. What is interesting to note is how many “occult” type items are being offered. If this had happened some ten or 20 years ago, I am sure complaints and perhaps even general indignation would have been forthcoming. Today hardly anyone blinks or thinks twice at the bizarre and fiendish pieces. I will not make long comments because the same principles set out in last article apply here. In summary, taking advantage of American liberalism, this latest fashion is introducing Satanism and the macabre into normal life as something novel but harmless. A wall mounted demonic sword display Figure 1--A demonic Sword handle Figure 2 blank.gif - 807 Bytes Two dragons coiled as a sword display Figure 3 blank.gif - 807 BytesA demonic sword handle with a skull Figure 4 blank.gif - 807 BytesA demoni sword handle with red eyes Figure 5 The sword plaque is a traditional item of décor to lend a manly ambience to a study, office, or library. In Figure 1, replacing the customary crest in the center is the face of monster very similar to the devil. In the same catalogue, we find a steel-bladed sword called “The Sword of Power,” Figure 2. On its pommel you can clearly d1istinguish a devil with curved horns, outsized ears, and a distorted mouth; its blade is inscribed with mysterious runes that supposedly impart a magical power. Where does this power come from? Clearly, it is the devil offering his dark “protection.” “Your sword deserves this double dragon stand,” the sword enthusiast is told a few pages further in the catalogue. In Figure 3, two hissing open-mouthed serpent-demons stand coiled and ready to strike. You can set your German collectible or traditional chivalry sword in it. But perhaps better-suited for the contraption is the strange “Fantasy sword,” Figure 4, offered in the same section. Its cross-guard features a demonic type of monster with a figure of an eerie owl on each wing. A serpent wraps itself around the handle, its head appearing atop the pommel, which is a crowned skull. The handle of another “fantasy sword,” Figure 5, is smothered in writhing serpent bodies accented by a demonic-goat head with red jeweled eyes that give it a more blood-curdling effect. What used to be considered occult and demonic is now simply termed “fantasy.” A fiendish Switchblade Devilish and death oriented t-shirts Horned and demonic knives various demonic knives A skull with a knife in it A strange switchblade has been renamed a “Winged Skull Folder,” Figure 6. Its handle is a winged skeleton creature. Stylized skulls and devilish monsters are also common motifs for the “hot” long sleeve T-shirts, Figure 7. Similar short-sleeve shirts are readily available on the Internet or in shopping malls. In this picture, you can see how the "White Flaming Skull" design in the t-shirt on the top left, repeats itself on the sleeve, giving one the impression of a lost soul falling into Hell. Another catalogue aimed at a similar public offers “your choice” of either a one-horned to two-horned monster, Figure 8, for your daggers collection. On the same page are more daggers, Figure 9, featuring handles carved as the heads of devils, some lined up in ghoulish totem fashion. In the outdoorsman section of that catalogue, you find Figure 10, a macabre game skinner “for the experienced hunter.” A bat-winged devil makes the cross-guard, a serpent is the handle, and the pommel, a smiling skull. The support for this “artistic piece” is another less genial skull… These are some of the satanic and occult items that are appearing with surprising regularity in standard knife and outdoorsmen catalogs. What is the point? There is none, the American liberal would say. You are making too much of a bizarre but harmless new trend. I would disagree. The final goal of the Devil is to present himself as horrendous as he actually is, and be accepted and adored as such. The worship of Satan is the last phase of a centuries-old process that is called the Revolution. This isn’t the place to elaborate on that process (interested readers will find a synopsis in Revolution and Counter-Revolution ) Suffice it to say that these trends, in my opinion, clearly serve a purpose. They act to make the Devil a popular figure, and provide a kind of psychological re-education of man so he can accept the Devil, as he is, without any fear or horror. I have often remarked on how the monstrous toys being made for children prepares the mentality for worse things, such as witchcraft and Satanism. This has provoked some criticism here and there from readers who say that I am exaggerating the effect of make-believe characters like Harry Potter, Shrek, or ET, which are, in their opinion, nothing more than innocent and imaginative ways to entertain children. When I hear things like this, I think to myself, “These people don’t know how things work, and how the heads of the Revolution prepare public opinion to achieve their final goals.” I have at hand a late Winter catalog meant to reach persons with a taste for European things who have some money to spend on luxury items. It is a reputable house, whose name I don’t need to mention, that advertises many objects of good quality: leather sofas, tapestries, Milan mirrors, silver walking sticks, medieval knight statuettes, art deco jewelry, and so on. Offering “historical reproductions for the home and garden,” the catalog targets a growing market of persons attracted to Medieval or Renaissance things. I was surprised to see the quantity of Satanist objects being offered. I believe that this is expressive of a broader trend today among stores that aim to reach a public of various social and economic levels. With no more ado, I will expose the pictures to my reader in order to show how our American liberalism is allowing Satanism to enter everywhere under the cover of “art,” and to assume a place of prominence in homes. A demonic candleholder A demonic end table A smiling demonic statue Figure One is a sculpture of the devil undisguised. The 13-inch lamp features a devil crossing its bat wings to enclose a light bulb that illuminates its face, projecting the sinister shadows of Satan in your study, office, or bedroom. It is all the fashion in some circles to display this “amusing” kind of novelty. Figure Two shows another kind of devil, hornless but with wings, that grimaces menacingly as it offers you a goblet of wine. Standing three feet high, it is tall enough to be placed right next to your chair. The catalog suggests it is “just right for holding court alongside your bar, pool, or big screen TV.” With Figure Three, we move to the garden, to be greeted by a figure representing an impish kind of fiend. With a malicious grin, it crouches, inviting you to admire its wily spirit. A demonic dragon over a doorway A demonic coffee table dragon with its pointed claws open and extended, a wall pediment to hand over your doorway. You have to pass beneath its fiery gaze every time you go in or out of the house. Figure Five is another winged monster impressively titled “Chateau Valencay Wooden Pedestal Table.” The fiend supports an oval glass and acts as a living room or patio end table. It is supposed to be “typically French.” A demonic bookcase Another monster with a devilish hue, Figure Six, watches over your CD collection. The parade of demons and monsters continues - there are another 20 or so products like this being offered in this single catalog – but I will stop here. Someone might argue that the use of gargoyles is just a medieval custom, and that today’s revival simply represents a general taste that some people have for the Middle Ages. I know enough about gargoyles and how the Middle Ages used them, since my doctorate is in this period of History, to assert that there was a whole different concept that supported their use as décor in that Age of Faith. Medieval men placed gargoyles on their cathedrals and castles in humiliating positions, e.g. as a gutter drain, to express the rejection we should have for the horrendous and demonic.Or they displayed them as cunning schemers conniving to take more souls to Hell, e.g. the “Thinker” that sits on a front balcony of Notre Dame Cathedral and plots the destruction of Paris. Those gargoyles were set in such places and positions to stimulate the vigilance of the faithful. Be ye sober and watch – that is to say, the gargoyles, which clearly represented the devil, were meant to stimulate militancy. They were supposed to be rejected and teach man to be suspicious of the devil. In this new wave of fashion, devils and demonic monsters are presented to be accepted, and even enjoyed, just as they are. There is no more rejection. In fact, to the contrary, they can serve as butlers offering wine, lamps providing illumination, or ornaments to amuse and entertain in the home and garden. I have spoken of the tendencial revolution before, how the Revolution first creates an environment that stimulates acceptance of something objectively wrong, such as witchcraft and Satanism. Then, after this initial tendencial preparation has been made, it will introduce new doctrines and ideas that will be accepted. (1) Now, I emphasize it again, because if we understand this important concept, we will be well on our way to breaking the American liberalism so firmly implanted in our culture. 1. “Chapter V: The Three Levels of the Revolution: In the Tendencies, the Ideas, and the Facts” of the celebrated work by Plinio Corrêa de Oliveira, Revolution and Counter-Revolution, Chapter 5 (Sao Paulo: Chevalerie Artes Graficas e Editora Ltd., 1993). A contemplative gargoyle atop Notre Dame Cathedral "The Thinker" sits on Notre Dame Cathedral plotting the destruction of the city. The unwary man who shrugs his shoulders and casually lets this “art” be placed in his home, unconsciously becomes complacent with Satanism. American liberalism, which takes everything in a superficial way, sanctions a cultural ambience that propitiates the introduction of Satanism in our day-to-day life. It laughs at anyone who says there could be consequences to “trifling” matters like this. Catholic vigilance teaches us the opposite: to be vigilant, trying to discern the direction the heads of the Revolution are moving so we can resist and counter-attack. Permit me to close with a warning. Beware, nothing is done by chance. In a famous vision, Pope Leo XIII saw that Lucifer had been released from Hell to try to destroy the Church and take over society. It is not difficult to recognize that this dream has become a reality in many regards. Today we are witnessing an attempt by the Revolution to make the Devil be admired, venerated, and perhaps even adored. KEYWORDS The smile of the supercilious optimist at this commentary doesn’t make any difference for the realization of this plan, except perhaps to facilitate it. As Scripture tells us, Stultorum infinitus est numerus [The number of fools is infinite] Eccles 1:15. 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