For Halloween, the dogged history of Satanic werewolf myths leave us howling for more; with Nomadic Werewolf Museum artist Holly M. Crawford.
The wages of sin start rolling in as we highlight Satanists who’ve ventured into the world of small business.
Our entirely practical how-to guide for rookie and experienced Satanists alike, helping you figure out how to get your devils all in a row.
All about forgotten basilisk historians and an alchemical plot to kill monks by talking them into eating metal…which they do.
While we’re on vacation, Tabitha and Daniel tide you over with the help of the infamous and weird and infamously weird Dictionnaire Infernal.
We have a bloody mess on our hands explaining people’s sacrilegious beliefs about a particular period in history with I Support the Girls CEO Dana Marlowe.
It’s time for the Com-passion of the Anti-christ, as Seattle Satanist Lilith Starr’s book Compassionate Satanism explores Satanic practice.
The Antichrist is a regular contributor to popular culture and fundamentalist paranoia fits, but where does this myth actually come from?
We’re getting back to basics as we use our 101st episode to review some Satanism 101 — with the benefit of a few years’ extra perspective.
We’re pitting standout Satans head-to-head and horn-to-horn in our playoff-style Satan Bowl to crown the most enlightened Prince of Darkness.