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Winter Laake - Satanism, Satanic Singularity & Luciferian Consciousness
June 21, 2012
Winter Laake is a writer and a practitioner of satanic black magic. He has published seven books on the subject of Satanism, remote-viewing and remote-influencing. He is also a psychic that has assisted law enforcement in the capacity of finding the missing or the murdered. Winter is also an avid screen-writer, ghost-writer and biographer. He'll discuss Satanism, how it is defined and what it means to be a Satanist. Winter talks about how religion has suppressed our true evil nature, as he says we are all inherently evil. Then we define the difference between Satanists and Luciferians. Winter explains how Lucifer is the liberator vs. religion which enslaves. He reveals a more altruistic approach in his Satanism, which he says can lead us to a more ideal world, leaping us forward in our evolution. He also clarifies how the elite are not Satanists. In the second hour, we'll discuss voodoo cults and Satanists who are into the death worship aspect. We'll move on to talk about the "satanic singularity," which is deeply connected to the transhuman movement. Winter talks about how mankind will evolve with the aid of technology. He says it will be brutal and wicked unless we attain higher consciousness. He shares his remote viewing visions of the period between 2020-2050, revealing a non-altruistic reality. He explains what Luciferian consciousness is and what it takes to attain a higher level of it. Later, Winter talks about the nature of evil vs. nature.


Relevant links
Lucifer - Where did the Word come from and what is its True Meaning?
Origins of the devil...
The Devil worshippers of Iraq
Miami Cannibal Was Under Voodoo Curse Says Girlfriend
Nick Bostrom
Anders Sandberg

DiLeva - Hell is made of Love

Books & DVDs
Treatise De Magica Noir
Liber Luciferi
More books

Comments (7)

He is confused or cannot talk directly about his dark rituals, he forgot about anal sex...This is satanism, they like to own lower asses, like dogs...He is not satanist?
#7 - nadia786 - 23/02/2013 - 03:35
Mr Laake of course, apologies.
#6 - stratcat - 05/12/2012 - 13:32
Seems to me Mr Lake is just telling it how it is, in terms of human behavior. People dress up their true motives for their actions with all kinds of false crap and lies. As far as the comments above re how to deal with ones "enemies", I don't see whats wrong with that, if a person attempts to destroy you, then the best form of action is to destroy them, turn the other cheek my arse, in my opinion.
#5 - stratcat - 05/12/2012 - 13:26
I think you're missing the point of the program Redstone. The point of the program is to generally address the subject of Satanism and further discuss one persons (Winter's) thoughts about Luciferianism. We must begin somewhere, must we not? To expect a razor sharp analysis of one line, in one paragraph of a specific book, (that you subjectively have picked out - because it stands out to you) is simply unrealistic. If you have "concerns" about the opinions expressed by a guest on the program, then why not email them? Or why not email us with a suggestion of what you think we can addressed next time the author might be back on the program?

It's subjective criticism and personal opinion and while you certain is entitled to think what you want, I find the phrase "Winter is Evil" or "ask real questions about his belief" to be on par with me saying to you "everyone listening to our program with Winter Laake is going to love it."

I think it's a huge misconception to say that anyone has been "tricked" into believing something that they previously didn't believe. It's an assumption that you simply can't make of anyone of our listeners (since you're not in their heads and you don't know what those who listen actually believe before or after the program).

If "Winter tries to trick the host on every radio show that interviews him", as you say. Then why don't you do an interview with Winter yourself? Since you're the expert, and have been following him in every interview that he's made. That way you can ask precisely the pinpointed questions that you want. You'll go straight to the things that YOU find interesting, that you've dug out of the books that you've read. You'll also get the experience of conducting an interview with a person who thinks differently than you do. And I'll say this also, it's far simpler to criticize others behind a screen name, for not "doing it right" or having the "right opinions", then to actually do the thing yourself, that you criticize others for.
#4 - Henrik Palmgren - 11/11/2012 - 18:05
Evidently, when Henrik Palmgren did this interview with Winter Laake, he didn't read a book Winter Laake wrote prior to the interview.

The name of the book is Les Treatise De Magica. In this book read about the Walpurgisnacht spell. The book says "I beseech unto you. Bring death to my enemy _______. " "Impoverish, torment and destroy him/her. Make them suffer in the name of Abaddon!. Usher forth the arrows of Lucifer. Kill him/her by light or by night!

Every time he's interviewed no one mentions what he writes in his books. He is evil. He has the nerve to pretend like he's a good person. Winter Laake has the nerve to talk negative about other cults as if he's innocent.

I read his books, because I'm not falling for his tricks. I know what he teaches. After hearing your interview with Winter Laake, the youth in your radio audience, will be completely taken in by the gentle Winter Laake. Which is a lie. He is evil. Winter Laake tries to trick the host on every radio show that interviews him.

Read his book then ask real questions about his belief and what he wrote in his book, which he is hiding from the radio audience.
#3 - redstone - 11/11/2012 - 06:30
I agree with the idea in this conversation that Catholicism is, by practice, a most dark and evil Satanism. I published that opinion below a few months ago and was a bit afraid at the time, but I'm glad to hear I'm not the only one who holds this opinion.

#2 - Carl Rittenhouse Larson - 03/10/2012 - 22:33
I was a bit scared to listen to this one.
It actually wasn't so bad.
Laake sounds like a fairly normal guy.
... or maybe that's just what he wants you to think. Muahahahah
#1 - Jarrod - 18/08/2012 - 02:32
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