Satanists Settle Their Legal Battle With Netflix

The Satanic Temple, a gaggle headquartered in Salem, Massachusetts, has reached an settlement with Netflix after they initially sued the streaming firm for $50 million. Apparently, Netflix recreated the Temple’s “Baphomet” statue in 4 of the episodes of their new sequence The Chilling Adventures Of Sabrina. The statue has the physique of a person and the top of a goat with a star on its brow. In different phrases, it seems to be like Satan (see the images right here). The spokesman and co-founder of the Temple, Lucien Greeves (is faux satanic identify?), referred to the present in a Tweet as “asinine Satanic Panic fiction,” exhibiting his clear disdain for a present that misrepresents that explanation for Satanism, which apparently goals for “benevolence and empathy amongst all folks” and the rejection of “tyrannical authority” (was Lucifer rejecting God’s tyrannical authority?). 

In a press release, Greeves mentioned this of the settlement:

For a broader concept of what The Satanic Temple stands for, right here is their quite progressive mission assertion pulled from their web site:

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