Christian Activist Sheila Zilinksy: The Las Vegas Mass Shooting Was A “Pagan Blood Sacrifice Ritual” [AUDIO]

According to entirely-not-insane Christian activist Sheila Zilinsky, the Las Vegas massacre was obviously a “pagan blood sacrifice ritual” because the Luxor hotel next door is shaped like a pyramid. Plus a whole lot of other something Freemasons something Illuminati.

Kyle Mantyla has the transcript at Right Wing Watch:

“Folks, this whole thing in Las Vegas,” she said, “this killing field in front of this sphinx, this pyramid, this obelisk, this is no coincidence. The pyramid, the place of death; do you know that the Luxor has been there 23 years, the man had 23 guns and his room was 23? This is not a coincidence in these number sequences.”

“Las Vegas is a cesspool,” she continued. “It’s full of defilement, it’s full of debauchery, that’s why they call it Sin City. I don’t know if I’d brag about that. I might even be the world class pit of debauchery, really.

“The divination, the witchcraft, the occult, the necromancy. Forget that it is ancient Egypt revisited on steroids … it is really the epicenter of pagan gods, most of all these idols. That’s the very first commandment: no other gods before me.”

Take a deep hit before listening.

  • Adam Stevens

    Sorry to have to post this twice in one day, but…

    An ADULT woman wrote this. ADULT. I just can’t say it enough.

    Adult, adult, adult.

    • I’m convinced about 10% of the human race never evolved beyond bloodthirsty savagery for its own sake. They even make up imaginary mega-deities who still need to be placated with public displays of worship—but which never actually display this alleged unlimited omniscience and omnipotence.

      • canoebum

        Just another example of intra-species biodiversity; the genus shows remarkable variation in gene expression and ability (or inability) to adapt to the environment. This one’s a mismade part, obviously.

        • In other words, Lizard People walk among us, but they look remarkably human on the outside.

          • canoebum

            Exactly! Also, as Hunter S. Thompson observed, some’s giving them liquor!

          • ChrisMorley
          • canoebum

            Hunter S. Thompson’s specialty was journalism and writing. The drugs and booze were an essential tool in his work.

            “Those of us who had been up all night were in no mood for coffee and doughnuts. We needed strong drink”.
            ― Hunter S. Thompson, Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas

          • Robincho

            If they don’t open their mouths, the only way to distinguish them is that they seem to spend inordinate amounts of time on large, flat rocks…

        • Bad Tom

          We’re pretty good at figuring out who isn’t doing well physically.

          We are getting better at figuring out who is not doing well emotionally. There are some effective treatments. Etiology remains largely mysterious.

          We don’t seem to have a clue what to do about these weird mental delusions, however. UFO cults, Flat Earthers, strange crypto-magical-religious crap like Zilinsky spews. Drink the Kool Aid came from Jim Jones, after all.

          They may not be in the DSM, but I think they really are a kind of mental illness. Compartmentalized, perhaps, but definitely disconnected from reality. Cults can be very dangerous.

      • Beverly Seymour

        I agree except for the 10%…I think it is way higher.

    • jerry

      Same people who won’t let their children watch Harry Potter movies (Satan!! Witchcraft!!). With religion, once you believe in one set of fictional characters, any or all of them could be real.

    • TominDC

      There’s a big difference between growing up vs growing old.

    • Nowhereman

      Christian self-home-schooling.

    • Librarykid

      Powered by religion and larceny. That’s the kicker.

  • safari

    “No other gods before me” is Donald’s campaign promise.

  • JoeMyGod

    Her voice reminds me of Sassy Trump.

    • Megrim Twist

      Sassy Trump is the only thing keeping me sane these days.

    • Todd20036

      Good thing botox and collagen isn’t against her religion.
      But maybe she’d be better off if they were

      • Librarykid

        She resembles Grandmama from the Addams Family.

  • Anastasia Beaverhousen

    “Come on 23!” At the Luxor roulette table. Too soon?

    • ben-andy

      You never come a moment late, my dear Beaverhousen.

      • Anastasia Beaverhousen

        That’s what all of the men tell me.

    • Nowhereman

      In this case, comic relief is appreciated, if not downright necessary.

  • Matt

    DAMN, these people are certifiably stupid!

  • greenmanTN

    And 23 is her dress size. Coincidence?

  • Donald Jizzwhistler Trump is our President and he can launch nuclear weapons. Lady, you’re gonna have to crazy much, much harder to merit a nanosecond of our attention.

  • bambinoitaliano

    So instead of bringing pies, everyone should be bringing assault rifles to her Thanksgiving dinner table?

  • David J

    These so-called “Christian activists” all should take up knitting or crochet or needlework. There are more meaningful numbers and patterns and hidden images they can find there than on a piece of toast or elsewhere in the world of reality.

  • Joe in PA

    I might even be the world class pit of debauchery, really.

    Typo? I think not. 🙂

  • ByronK

    Just convert Gitmo into a mental health facility and start chucking these nutjobs in there!

    • bambinoitaliano

      And turn on that sonic device three times a day as therapy.

  • BearEyes

    Not enough random buzzwords

  • ByronK

    OT: Pence gets ripped a new one by Bill Kristol.

    • Joe in PA


    • Ragnar Lothbrok

      My favorite thing are Republicans that really really hate DJT

      • Those are the ones who know their party’s cowardice in dealing with him is reflecting on all of them.

        • another_steve

          Exactly, Becca. The intellectuals in that monstrous political party of theirs are abandoning him.

          I never thought I’d enjoy listening to David Frum, but today I do.

          • Willys41

            There are no intellectuals in the GOP. They are barely any with the intellect of a bag of rocks.

          • Librarykid

            but Jesus, speaking of which Jesus must have a terrible human resources department to have so many terrible people working in his name.

          • Librarykid

            I remember spreading santorum saying like they would never have the intellectuals or something similar. I don’t know if he was talking about his campaign or the GOP, but either works.

    • Todd20036

      Isn’t Kristol a Trumpanzee? Or at least, wasn’t he?

      • Ragnar Lothbrok

        I think he was barred from Fox Noise long ago because he said trump is a skunk or some such.

      • Cuberly Deux

        Oh no….he’s a hard core anti-trumpist.

        It’s been disconcerting how some of his commentary has been so spot on.

        • Librarykid

          but he’s also an idiot. He was the one that got McCain to choose the witch from Wasilla. He thought it would be such a smart trick against the Democrats to have a female VP on the ticket. Of course it worked in our favor, but we did have that piece of stupid trash in the national spotlight for far too long.

          • Cuberly Deux

            Yep, that period of desperation where they where searching for a bright young face to spin the party as being modern. Yeah, that went well.

      • ByronK

        I believe so.

  • Jeffrey

    I get all my news from fat dirty old whores.

  • Joe in PA

    Poor Kyle Mantyla. :*(

  • liondon#iamnotatraitor

    Anything but guns and a lack of healthcare… ok got it.

  • tim870

    I wish this bitch would come here and say that bullshit in person. I need someone to vent my anger on. Also I’ve been in Vegas 25 years and have yet to see necromancy. I must get out more!

    • CanuckDon

      Is that the new Cirque du soleil show?

      • clay

        I was thinking David Copperfield, because Siegfried & Roy would have been too …

    • jerry
      • tim870

        It was so long ago, necromancy wasn’t required yet.

        • Tim, honey, I’ve fucked Frank. That too was years ago. And necromancy would have helped… then again, when you spend 6 days a week with your pee-pee wrapped up like a mummy and shoved up your own sarcophag-ASS, I doubt even Isis could have brought that back.

          • tim870

            I admit years ago I was curious. That curiosity has long faded

  • Tomcat

    Wow, that sure is a big bugger on her.

  • MT YVR

    … Let us all narrate that picture, shall we?

    “Oooh, children. Num nums!… But I can only have one.”

  • Jean-Marc in Canada
    • Todd20036

      NERD LOVE!!!

  • MB

    Except Paddock’s room # was 32-135.
    Cupid stunt.

  • greenmanTN

    Did Victoria Jackson finally get a prescription for antipsychotics or something? This lady is stealing her schtick.

  • another_steve

    She looks like something out of a Stephen King movie.

    Lives under your bed and attacks you in your sleep.

    • ByronK

      The clown Nickledumb.

    • greenmanTN

      Only if you’re round, have a hole in your middle, are glazed, and come in boxes of a dozen.

  • William

    I don’t recall anything about the ancient Egyptians doing blood sacrifice.

    Lay blame for this mass murder at the altar of the NRA.

    • Bad Tom

      Her numbers are off, so it’s natural for her to conflate Egyptian and Aztec. They both had pyramids.
      The Aztec had a version of sportsball I don’t think they played in Egypt. The losers did NOT get a rematch next season, because they were sacrificed in post-game festivities. Also, the loser’s fans had to give all their best stuff to the winners.

      We should revive this manner of play.

      • jerry

        Yeah, wrong continent.

  • Bad Tom

    “Folks, this whole thing in Las Vegas,” she said, “this killing field in front of this sphinx, this pyramid, this obelisk, this is no coincidence. The pyramid, the place of death; do you know that the Luxor has been there 23 years, the man had 23 guns and his room was 23? This is not a coincidence in these number sequences.”

    —Christian Nutjob Sheila Zilinsky

    The sphinx isn’t a pyramid. A pyramid isn’t a obelisk. An obelisk isn’t a sphinx, either. None of the Egyptian style buildings in Las Vegas have been consecrated to anything but gambling and money.

    The Luxor was been in place 24 years, not 23. Paddock had 17 guns in his hotel room, not 23. His room number was 32135, which only has 23 to a dyslexic like me.

    Her crazy just don’t line up.

    • TKW

      Even if it some how added up to mean something, wtf?

      • Bad Tom

        Coincidences are not as amazing when it turns out they are completely fraudulent.

      • Robincho

        You’ve obviously not yet met the Turd Beagle of the Alpaca Lips…

    • MB

      Nutjob mayuth iz harde !!

    • RJ Bone

      They will break commandments that they demand you keep to make sure tithe keeps coming in. Very few exceptions. Some even call it “lying for god”.

      Deplorable indeed.

      • Librarykid

        A-Fucking-Men. Thank you.

    • Nic Peterson

      She forgot to work in that Carrot Top is a permanent act at The Luxor, which is obviously the work of Satan.


      Bad Tom, dear,

      You, as we would all expect, are using logic and facts. My poor, poor, Tom. Bless your heart.

    • Robincho

      As a visitor for many years in #21-135 at Mandalay Bay (eleven floors directly down, but still an awesome view), I can absolutely attest that on the 32nd floor of a hotel having 3,300 rooms, Paddock’s room was DEFINITELY Room #23. Maybe she was confusing it with the Sheila Suite at the Ormsby Whorehouse in Carson City…

      • Bad Tom

        I feel like we’ve all been living in Room 23 since last November.

    • Librarykid

      What a shame your deity is not powerful enough to bring its agenda to fruition without a bunch of grifters telling lies in the deity’s name. How could his room number be 23 if he was staying on the 32nd floor? She must have been thinking of her old room at the cat house.

      • Bad Tom

        Everyone thinks non-existence is easy. But try to get anything done!

    • David Crass

      I like my crazy to at least be internally accurate.

  • TKW

    …and you know 23 is 2 + 3 which added up equals almost 6, which you know is the devil’s number was you write it three times and, and, and…he had a beard like the devil and all…

    • Bad Tom

      You made this comment exactly 23 minutes ago!
      Rats. Now it’s 24.

  • JWC

    Let’s see the full moon was a few days ago So that’s not it Don’t think there was an outbrake from the mental ward no that’s not it. Don’t believe there was a “batchit crazy” contest at the local WalMart no that’s not it…

  • Ragnar Lothbrok

    Dammed, that Kelly Ann is freaking everywhere these days.

  • Jefe5084

    Did those hurricanes unearth a nest of vile chiristianity? Infestation.

  • kelven

    Interesting that you don’t see this level of batshit insanity and callousness in any other group besides evangelical “christian”.

  • Megrim Twist

    Coincidentially (?!) her IQ is also 23.

  • another_steve

    “It’s full of defilement, it’s full of debauchery…”

    I remember, with a certain fondness, defilement and debauchery.

    As a queerling newly out in NYC, I was quite good at them actually.

    • RoFaWh

      General question: if someone is said to have defiled themselves, exactly what do you think that entailed?

      • another_steve

        Great question. I’d say it depends on context. Physically, ‘defilement,’ for me, suggests something below the dignity (for lack of a better word) of the human body. For example, some people have a mental/emotional illness whereby they intentionally cut themselves. It’s well-documented in the medical literature. I’d say that’s a defilement of the human body.

        Sexually, defilement to me is any sexual contact that’s unwanted or not consensual. Rape, in its many forms.

        I also think people can defile themselves intellectually.

        Bigotry is a form of intellectual defilement. A defiling of our basic human nature, which is to live in peace and harmony and harm others only for food or in self-defense, just as all other species live and do.

        What do you think, RoFaWh?

        • RoFaWh

          My question was spurred by a brief passage in one of Jack Vance’s SF works, probably “City of the Chasch”, the first volume of a tetralogy “Planet of Adventure”, which conceals behind one of the stupidest book titles I’ve ever seen some extremely entertaining reading.

          The protagonist disrupts an ultra-feminist gathering in which men on stage are said to “defile themselves” to entertain the gathered ladies, leaving the reader’s imagination to come up with the details. This is, of course, very good writing in that it enlists the readers’ imaginations instead of giving a detailed account.

          But though I’ve read and re-read those books for around fifty years, I keep wondering just what Vance had in mind, if anything.

          Hence my question.

  • AmeriCanadian

    O/T but good news for those that believe it is possible

    Democrats see path to Senate majority in 2018

    • The_Wretched

      Beltway wisdom is terrible and politico only deals in it. the Dems will lose 2018 bigly unless they find a spine and stand up. This supine “we’re better than trump” stand for nothing will not succeed at the ballot box (especially so long as the elections are gerrymandered and otherwise electorally rigged).

      • AmeriCanadian

        I hope you are wrong but you make some valid points. Indeed, the Democrats need to fight fire with fire.

  • Blake J Butler
    • greenmanTN

      Mmmmmm, paella…

    • Sam_Handwich

      wow! that’s so cool

    • djcoastermark

      Just checked them out. What a great thing !

    • Todd20036

      Oh as Maggie Gallager might say, “Lunch!”

  • jerry

    “World class pit of debauchery…full of defilement…” You’ve sold me! Have to schedule another trip to Vegas! (They really should print that on their travel brochures).

    It’s a compelling and cogent, if somewhat obvious case to be made.

    • Short version: While it was Trump’s right as President to dismiss Comey, it is not legal for him to do it for corrupt reasons.

      Obstruction of justice is a corrupt reason.

      Often it is difficult to prove intent, but Donald himself said on TV, with Lester Holt, that he fired Comey to make the Russia investigation go away.

      • Treant

        We knew that but…Republican Congress. Too bad we can’t start impeaching everybody who’s enabling the obstruction.

      • The_Wretched

        I’d use “in his power” instead of “right”.

      • Todd20036

        Still have no sympathy for Comey. He helped build this

    • jerry
      • The interference campaign was multifaceted.

        They targeted pro-Hillary supporters to dampen their enthusiasm, as you say. Many demographic groups were hit—LGBT, women, minorities.

        They targeted 3rd-party leaners to tell them they could safely vote 3rd party and not worry about any potential consequences.

        They targeted Sanders supporters—like myself—to convince us the primaries were ‘rigged’ and that we should either write in his name or just sit out the election as being undemocratic and unfair.

        And of course they targeted centrists and conservatives both to convince them Trump would do just fine as President. Or if he was less than ‘great,’ there wasn’t that much damage he could do, so what was the harm, he was the GOP candidate, right?

        I for one will never forget how it was within HOURS of the Access Hollywood “pussy grabbing” recording came out that suddenly Wikileaks was dumping hacked DNC emails. And that more than a month before, Roger Stone accurately ‘predicted’ the first victim would be Podesta.

        There was collusion at all levels, and treason.

        • I should add: I think they even targeted the Sanders campaign itself, promoting the false idea there were still paths to winning the nomination even after in April ’16 it became mathematically impossible.

          Sure, Bernie was amenable to the idea of trying for a convention floor fight, but I think they were swayed by the Russian propaganda, too.

          • jerry

            Yeah, I had multiple people trying to convince me at the convention to switch to Bernie, and some of our actual Bernie delegates were getting death threats if they changed to Clinton. That, and the demonstrations against liberal icons, civil rights pioneers, gay heroes, etc., really killed it for me with his “Revolution”, even though I like a lot of his proposals. And being told, even today, what a “corporate sellout” I am for supporting the infinitely more electable Clinton.

        • The_Wretched

          263 days from Jan 20th today. He’s still in office. The wheels of justice move slowly (if at all). Seems like a rather plain case to me.

        • Marty Pavelka

          I can’t help but think that we’d be in a very different place now if FB and Twitter never existed.

  • Outlaw Woman

    Sheila Zilinsky is this flavor-of-the-month for the Kooky Right. Nincompoops like her last for a few interviews until someone even crazier comes along … and they’re all lined up for years to come.

    • Cuberly Deux

      She’s gonna be a heck of an act to follow.

      I still think one of her greatest hits, if you will, was her response to NFL players kneeling being akin to the Pol Pot regime. Yeah….

      “I think the NFL is pure evil,” she continued. “It’s anti-Christian, anti-family, anti-patriot, anti-constitutional, anti-gun, anti-American for sure.”

      “These new NFL policies are straight out of the Pol Pot regime,” Zilinsky said. “In some stadiums, women can’t even enter into the same entrance as men and children. Talk about your FEMA camp training. That’s right, the NFL is an extension of the TSA, the DHS, the globalist agenda and FEMA.”

      • RoFaWh

        The really sad thing isn’t that Miss Thing says such crazinesses, but that there are fools who fall for her con.

        • Cuberly Deux

          Can you imagine being that deeply invested in this woo woo? People that can’t discern reality.

  • joe ho

    lol. Xtianty is itself based on human blood sacrifice, scapegoating, and ritualized cannibalism. It’s barbaric and nasty, through and through.

  • Treant

    OT: I’m back, and breathing through my nose properly. Sort of, it’s swelling.

    That “surgery” was nothing. The worst part being the lidocane injections in the nose. The insertion took less than a minute. And the anesthetic is wearing off now and I have little more than moderate soreness. I’ll drop some Tylenol.

    It’s too early to say much, the swelling is getting in the way of determining how well it’s working, but even swollen it does seem better.

    • Bad Tom

      Very glad to hear it! Good luck with the swelling.

      • AJ Drew

        Wait, wait, I know the joke to that punchline!

        • Treant

          If you try to rub my swelling right now, I will hurt you bad.

          • AJ Drew

            Hmm, no, pretty sure the joke was about a farmer, Viagra, and a sassy goat.

            But I do hope you feel better soon.

    • Karl Dubhe

      Make sure you swing a virtual chicken in a full circle 3 times clockwise, then 5 times counterclockwise. then smoke a fat joint.

      After that, have a beer. 🙂

      • Treant

        I’m afraid to ask what the chicken is for. I know what the joint is for. 🙂

        So far, the Tylenol is turning the trick just fine. 🙂

        • Karl Dubhe

          virtual means imaginary. 🙂

    • Robincho

      Welcome back! But it’s so unlike you to shy away from things that swell…

  • Sam_Handwich

    she should take that drag act to Ogunquit off-season

  • bkmn

    End the tax exemption for religious orgs and people like her would be gone in a day or two.

  • AJ Drew

    O/T but worrisome: municipal elections here today for Mayor and City Council. Important because for most positions (including Mayor,) the incumbents retired and were DEM. I went to vote at 4pm and I was the 43rd person in my precinct to vote today. That is abysmal.

    • Treant

      For an off-off-off-election, that’s actually not bad. I went one year and was around #15.

    • justme

      Most Dems just can’t be bothered by voting..
      But they sure can cry when they don’t get what they want..

    • Friday

      Hrm. I tend to vote early cause my schedule’s usually that flexible, so that’s generally not alarming when I see it, but definitely we need to pay more attention to local elections. Maybe run in them, even. Sometimes, frankly, I wish I were even up to the job.

      • AJ Drew

        I hear ya. There was early voting here, but with even below-than-worse-expectations participation. And though this is a primary for local elections, this is (well, supposedly,) a big deal because so many long-term DEM incumbents retired and the viable candidates are mix of ideologies… we’ll see what happens in a few hours…

      • grada3784

        I definitely should run, but as a Republican. My track record of never getting any votes would ensure a Democratic victory.

        • Friday

          Hrm. In my case I’m pretty sure any candidacy of mine would be a circus, being a queer Goddess-loving Pagan from the North, but that isn’t even why I wouldn’t do it: the real problem’s unreliable health. Though probably as a Democrat, if for nothing else than to get the party to pay some damn attention to places like this. I’d actually be pretty interested to see if the European Greens would be interested in helping us do Greens in America *properly* for once, despite all the damage Stein and the bots have done to what was left of the party here.

  • justmeeeee

    Why would anyone print this drivel?

  • CanuckDon

    “It’s full of defilement, it’s full of debauchery…”
    It’s de-lovely.

  • JT

    Christian Activist Sheila Zilinksy: The Las Vegas Mass Shooting Was A “Pagan Blood Sacrifice Ritual”

  • Cuberly Deux
    • ET: “Holy fucking shit, I can’t believe I crash-landed on this planet full of savage self-centered barbarians. It’s what I get for driving at Warp 9 after pulling an all-nighter saving those sentient crystal spiders on Arcturus. Mother fucker…”

      • Cuberly Deux


    • Friday

      Emo aliens from suburban Zeta Reticuli! 🙂

  • Mark Née Fuzz

    Also a coincidence is her IQ of 23.

  • JWC

    Both this Sheila zilinsky and Kim Davis and most of these other bats from Hell could sure use a GayBoi for style hair and makeup Of couse if STR8 Bakers won’t make up a cake for Gay guys then Gay Guys won’t make up a Tart

  • leastyebejudged

    Still I’ve yet to hear anybody ask about the autopsy.

  • Ken M

    You can’t yell FIRE in a theater. You shouldn’t be allowed to call what a mass shooting a Pagan Blood Bath. Not without some repercussions anyway.

  • “Folks, this whole thing … is no coincidence.”

    Which always means it’s a coincidence.

  • Friday

    Err, sorry, Christianists, *you’re* the ones with the religion based on blood sacrifice, hating ‘sinners’ and wanting automatic weapons to slaughter others with.

    • paganguy

      There you go with that whole logic thing again. I know it’s tempting, but it just never seems to work.

  • Michael R
  • Talisman

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  • Ben in Oakland

    Honey, that lipstick on those lips is a pagan sacrifice blood ritual.

    I’m sorry. But someone tripped my bitch switch. But Jesus has forgiven me, I know.

  • Halou

    The guy had 17 guns in his hotel room and 18 at his home. The last time I checked 17+18 did not make 23.

    Also, pyramids weren’t places of death, they were places of rebirth and immortality, the idea being that the Pharaoh’s spirit would ascent to the next life and join the pantheon of immortal gods from there. The stuff she would have learned if her school wasn’t also her home address.

    • Snarky

      He had a total of 47 weapons. There were 23 in the hotel room (half had bump stocks) and another 24 in his two Nevada homes.

      Of those 47, 33 of them were purchased in the past year.

      This country has such daddy issues.

  • Henry Auvil

    Is that what speaking in tongues sounds like? Cuz it makes no fucking sense to those of us who live in the real world.

    • Friday

      Nah, “Speaking in tongues” is pure glossolalia with no linguistic pattern to it at all. This raving, on the other hand, is clearly a form of insane communication. 🙂

      • RoFaWh

        Actually, there are pronounced “linguistic patterns” in glossolalia. The glossolalists only use phonemes found in English; if there were such people as Georgian glossolalists, their babble would include the various distinctive sounds found in Georgian and exclude sounds not used in that language.

        • Friday

          Sounds, not patterns.

          • RoFaWh

            Try “patterns of sound” and we’ll be in complete agreement.

  • Snarky

    Fer fuck’s sake… Paddock killed all those people from room 32-135 on the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay. But our crazy numerologist says he was in room 23, and goes on to blab about the Luxor. Which was not involved.

    Though the two hotels are walking distance from one another. Or just a short bus ride.

    Heh. I said “short bus.”

  • paganguy

    No No No. That’s not how it works. That’s not how any of it works. It’s like this. Today is the 10th day of the 10th month. So, tonight at 10 pm, you would take 10 Cheetos and put them in skillet along with 10 pennies. Because 10 pennies = 10 cents. And cents rhymes with Pence. And in the skillet so they’ll be fryin’. And fryin’ rhymes with Ryan. And… gee… now I’m giving myself a headache.

  • Paula

    Hey, I didn’t get the memo on that!

  • andrew

    I guess JMG is performing a service showing us the insanity on the extreme right, but a lot of it is just too absurd to deserve a response and that coming from an opinionated SOB like me.

  • Oscarlating Wildely

    “It’s full of defilement, it’s full of debauchery, that’s why they call it Sin City. I don’t know if I’d brag about that. I might even be the world class pit of debauchery, really.”

    Well fuck, why didn’t you say so? Definitely have to stop in soon!

  • Natty Enquirer

    Whackos gonna whack.

  • Xiao Ai: The Social Gadfly

    Speaking of Pagan gods, what’s yours doing on the sidelines these days, Sheba?

    • Xiao Ai: The Social Gadfly

      Sheba, Sheila,… coincedence?

  • RJ Bone

    She should know alllllll about blood magic, since her’s is just derivative of older religions’ own “blood as payment for [sins]” rules.

    Just because you change the sign out front and slap on a new coat of paint, it doesn’t change what it is, ma’am.

    • Friday

      Just cause they protect their monotheist obsession with blood sacrifices and massacres onto others doesn’t mean there was any basis to it either. These people lie and project and make up batshit crazy accusations all the time, why think it was any different from the start?

  • Benny S.
  • Wynter Marie Starr

    Yeah, except those that did practice blood sacrifices were Aztecs and their pyramids looked nothing like Egyptian pyramids. Read a fucking book, you stupid, ignorant bitch.

  • MBear


    Divination and Necromancy are totally different Arcane traditions

  • fuzzybits
  • Nowhereman

    Oh FFS! It happened because the NRA is holding our country hostage and insisting that we do absolutely nothing to prevent this from happening over and over and over again.

  • RoFaWh

    She’s been reading too many romance novels with occult themes.

  • Macbill

    I guess you can put lipstick on a pig.

  • Willys41

    There is not enough bandwidth on the internet for this kind of idiocy in addition to the idiocy pouring like rivers out of Trump.

  • Ignorant bad hair-dyed ugly double-chinned whore sez wut?

  • Well, of course it was…..and include the Columbine massacre and other school shootings – and the Black Baptist Church meeting…and the Denver Movie shooting..and…and….”and Trump’s total presidency…”

  • SDG

    Oh for fuck’s sake Joe… why do you even?

  • Eli Bradley

    So, what would she say if I told her the shooter used…

    …crosshairs? I mean, it’s got cross in it, so Christianity was involved, right?

  • JCF
  • Joseph Miceli

    Sorry, Christians, but if you are listening to this painted whore with her jezebel lipstick advertising her desire to give oral sex and her hoor blond peroxide hair, then you’ve already betrayed Jeebus in your harts!

  • Kevin DeSilva

    Complete ignorance.

    Foolish people vomiting their own fears and ignorance – trying to get others to follow them.

    Suggestion to this Sheila person: Do a bit of proper research before spouting off on what you do not understand ….. seriously, little girl, you have no clue.

  • Trey Qrow

    Really?! That’s fucked up. Your crazy lady. I’m a pagan, you know Christianity is a religion that steals it’s holidays from paganism! Your a crazy brainwashed sick twisted lady. You are a hypocrite! Only Christians call it Since City, people call it it out of mockery! You have no right to speak like that unless you know both sides of the story. It’s sad really. You are trying to find small things to build your false story on. See funny thing is the Bible has been mistranslated so many times, that’s it’s original meaning is lost. Last Vagas is just a city that had a tragic event happen. It should in no way be used for any religion to get a foothold on. This is a time for grief not boosting anything but to be uniting. It’s Bible thumpers like you who are tearing apart cities & countries. You should be ashamed of yourself. Plus paganism main thing is do what you will but harm none. Learn the other side before you bash it.

  • SilasMarner

    Looney Tunes.

  • Pip

    Glad to see the crazies have come back around to the “Blame the witches” reasoning on their bullshit excuses that are better than taking on the actual issues list.

  • Beverly Seymour

    This woman is nuts. True pagans do not have a “devil”…that is a CHRISTIAN invention, the “fallen angel” who creaed hell. If it was the devil’s work, it was a CHRISTIAN inspired one…a rebel Christian just like “the devil” was. The #23 has nothing to do with paganism. If you were close to me I would sue you for those outrageous statements.

  • ogre of the dark