See: Human Sacrifice

The largest Satanic church to spin-off from the Church of Satan is undoubtedly the Temple of Set, formed by The Black Pope’s number-one disciple, Dr. Michael Aquino......Aquino not only claims to have Faith in the Fallen Angel but believes the Prince of Darkness spoke to him and gave him a further revelation from Hell. This communication from the Devil was eventually written down in Aquino’s treatise The Book of Coming Forth by Night (1985). In this text, the archfiend identified himself as Set -- the ancient Egyptian name for Satan -- and instructed Aquino to form a new organization called the Temple of Set (with members referred to as Setians) which was to act as a vehicle for the emergence of a new and bold Satanic Age. [2006] Satanic Crime. A Threat in the New Millennium by William H. Kennedy


Isis, Horus and Seth Triad of Lucifer

Molech was the Canaanite version of the Egyptian god Set. The god Set was a homosexual god of evil. He was worshipped during ceremonies that involved human sacrifice, cannibalism and homosexual orgies. As the god of destruction, he became the god of the Egyptian military. In ancient Rome, he was worshipped as the god Saturn by the Roman military (often with baptism by blood). Thus we see that Satan (Set, Saturn, Molech etc.) was worshipped by Solomon and his wives as he grew old and senile. This involved heterosexual sex orgies (Ashteroth), homosexual sex orgies (Baal, Set, Satan, Molech), human sacrifice (Molech) and even cannibalism (Set, Molech). Our modern high-level military leadership  appears to have the same values as the ancients. Our Military Ruling Classes: Part 1

Set: The prototype of Shaitan or Satan, the God of the South, whose star is Sothis. Set or Sut means "black," the main kala or color of Set is black, or red (interchangeable symbols in the Mysteries), which denotes the underworld or infernal region of Amenta. As Lord of Hell, Set is the epitome of subconscious atavisms and of the True Will, or Hidden Sun." - Kenneth Grant, Cults of the Shadow.



a bee from an egyptian hieroglyph