Let’s Throw Dice

So. Saturday Night Live did a naughty. If you haven’t already seen it, here it is, in all its lack of glory: Employee of the Month is an honor worth fighting for. ⚔️ pic.twitter.com/lIHMXh2Xil— Saturday Night Live – SNL (@nbcsnl) April 7, 2019 Yeah. Someone rolled a natural one on their performance check. There are […]

Facing the Uncomfortable

The Satanic Temple has the Seven Tenets, and The Church of Satan has the Eleven Satanic Rules of the Earth. Since Satanism is a religion which heavily encourages individuality, I have developed my own personal Satanic principles. Tying into my previous post, one of those principles is to face the uncomfortable. Facing the uncomfortable can […]

A Look At Both Sides

This is a skill many people, myself included, struggle with. No one wants to look at the world from someone else’s viewpoint. It can be uncomfortable, deeply unsettling, and, depending on whose point of view you’re exploring, it can also be absolutely infuriating (Fox News, looking at you guys); now, thanks to Google and Facebook’s […]

Cures for Writers Block

It’s been a while since I wrote about anything besides Satanic issues, so this week I’m going to talk about writing again. To get back into the writing mood I’m going to be going over a pretty basic topic, but one that many beginning writers struggle with: writers block and its cures. In order to […]

Let The Show Begin

One of the main criticisms of Satanism, particularly the brand of Satanism practiced by The Satanic Temple, is that it’s nothing more than a circus show. People see some of the few, but highly publicized public rituals and (assuming they’re not a superstitious idiot) say that it’s nothing more than an act; Satanic ritual is […]

Why I Like Horror

It’s a question I’ve heard several times before, and it doesn’t have a quick and easy answer. There are several reasons I enjoy the horror genre, both its consumption and its creation. So when it comes to why I like horror (and for the purpose of this blog I’m going to be referring specifically to […]

Identity of a Reboot

This seems to be a popular trend among movie-makers and television show producers, where they take a popular franchise (such as Ghostbusters, Charmed, Rocky Horror, etc.) and change key aspects of the characters’ identity: their race, ethnicity, or gender. This is usually done for the sake of promoting diversity. Which is a noble pursuit. We […]