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C*@hotmail.com
2006-09-15 22:18:41 EST
warning: graphic process of jewish kosher slaughter process at
kosher meat packing plant. Cows and horses mutilated in ritual
killings.

(similar to satanic ritual torture of animals and people. Ancient
practice of drinking blood of tortured victims/animals in occult
rituals. Why?
The blood of the tortured is the most ancient narcotic , going back to
man's most primitive beginnings. The blood of the tortured is full of
natural opiates (endorphin pain-killers) secreted by the brain
into the blood stream. The blood of the tortured (animal or human) is
also full of adrenaline, the natural stimulant that is secreted into
the blood by the adrenal glands for the 'fight or flight' response .

graphic video of kosher slaughter: http://tinyurl.com/hv34m
(note how this is chamber crafted to generate maximum terror in the
animals,
with the deafening sound of several hellish machines operating
simultaneously and the
terrifying sound of many animals simultaneously dying)

Standard north american meat packaging plants immediately kill the
animal with
a bolt through the head, far more humane, and far different from the
kosher meat processing
depicted here: video : http://tinyurl.com/hv34m

Just like many popular narcotics are actually a mixture of opiates and
stimulants together (morphine and amphetamines) (codeine and caffeine),
the blood of satanically tortured animals and people is full of a
mixture of opiates and stimulants (endorphins and adrenaline).

In occult rituals, the victim is tortured and their blood drained into
goblets. This blood is immediately drinken because it provides a
powerful
narcotic high.

This ancient practice of drinking tortured blood created an addiction
among it's proponents. It became habitual, and also imbued with
spiritual meaning among the ignorant. Ancient man did not understand
that the blood of the tortured contained opiates and stimulants, and
strove to understand why drinking the blood of tortured victims made
him feel like a god. He thought that this was his mystical reward by
spirits for his cruelty toward his victims, and an entire ancient
mysticism developed around these ideas and rituals.
Rituals and practices that continue to this day.

videos on the occult:

Bohemian Grove: satanic rituals of rich and powerful
http://tinyurl.com/j29x9

Skull and Bones: Secret Satanic Society of the political elite
I. http://tinyurl.com/f9bme
II. http://tinyurl.com/qrg9p


B*@hotmail.com
2006-09-16 01:05:42 EST

c*e@hotmail.com wrote:
> warning: graphic process of jewish kosher slaughter process at
> kosher meat packing plant. Cows and horses mutilated in ritual
> killings.
>

check out this story in the new york times about this:

http://www.nytimes.com/2006/03/10/national/10kosher.html







> (similar to satanic ritual torture of animals and people. Ancient
> practice of drinking blood of tortured victims/animals in occult
> rituals. Why?
> The blood of the tortured is the most ancient narcotic , going back to
> man's most primitive beginnings. The blood of the tortured is full of
> natural opiates (endorphin pain-killers) secreted by the brain
> into the blood stream. The blood of the tortured (animal or human) is
> also full of adrenaline, the natural stimulant that is secreted into
> the blood by the adrenal glands for the 'fight or flight' response .
>
> graphic video of kosher slaughter: http://tinyurl.com/hv34m
> (note how this is chamber crafted to generate maximum terror in the
> animals,
> with the deafening sound of several hellish machines operating
> simultaneously and the
> terrifying sound of many animals simultaneously dying)
>
> Standard north american meat packaging plants immediately kill the
> animal with
> a bolt through the head, far more humane, and far different from the
> kosher meat processing
> depicted here: video : http://tinyurl.com/hv34m
>
> Just like many popular narcotics are actually a mixture of opiates and
> stimulants together (morphine and amphetamines) (codeine and caffeine),
> the blood of satanically tortured animals and people is full of a
> mixture of opiates and stimulants (endorphins and adrenaline).
>
> In occult rituals, the victim is tortured and their blood drained into
> goblets. This blood is immediately drinken because it provides a
> powerful
> narcotic high.
>
> This ancient practice of drinking tortured blood created an addiction
> among it's proponents. It became habitual, and also imbued with
> spiritual meaning among the ignorant. Ancient man did not understand
> that the blood of the tortured contained opiates and stimulants, and
> strove to understand why drinking the blood of tortured victims made
> him feel like a god. He thought that this was his mystical reward by
> spirits for his cruelty toward his victims, and an entire ancient
> mysticism developed around these ideas and rituals.
> Rituals and practices that continue to this day.
>
> videos on the occult:
>
> Bohemian Grove: satanic rituals of rich and powerful
> http://tinyurl.com/j29x9
>
> Skull and Bones: Secret Satanic Society of the political elite
> I. http://tinyurl.com/f9bme
> II. http://tinyurl.com/qrg9p


B*@hotmail.com
2006-09-16 01:11:31 EST

c*e@hotmail.com wrote:
> warning: graphic process of jewish kosher slaughter process at
> kosher meat packing plant. Cows and horses mutilated in ritual
> killings.
>

check out this story in the new york times about this:

http://www.nytimes.com/2006/03/10/national/10kosher.html

PETA: Iowa Slaughterhouse Abusing Animals

By AMY LORENTZEN, Associated Press Writer


DES MOINES, Iowa - An animal rights group has captured videotape that
it says shows cattle at a kosher slaughterhouse enduring
an "absolutely outrageous" level of cruelty.


PETA claims the video, posted on its Web site Tuesday afternoon,
shows repeated acts of animal cruelty at AgriProcessors Inc. in
northeastern Iowa. The organization filed a complaint with the U.S.
Department of Agriculture on Monday that alleged
improper slaughtering practices.


"They're ripping the tracheas and esophagi out of fully conscious
animals, dumping them out of pens into pools of their own blood. The
animals stand and bellow and attempt to escape for up to three and
even four minutes in some cases," Bruce Friedrich, a spokesman for
People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, said late Tuesday.


But Rabbi Chaim Kohn, the plant's supervising rabbi, told The New
York Times in Wednesday's editions that the tapes were "testimony
that this is being done right." In kosher slaughter, the animals'
throats are sliced with a razor-sharp blade, intended to cause
instant and painless death. Jewish law forbids stunning them first.


Federal law considers properly conducted religious slaughter as
humane, and allows Jewish and Muslim slaughterhouses to forgo
stunning. But the rules outlaw leaving animals killed that way
conscious for an extended period of time.


The PETA Web site describes the videos as showing AgriProcessors
workers ignoring "the suffering of cows who are still sensible to
pain after having their throats slit by the ritual slaughterer."


In it's complaint, PETA said its investigator filmed the slaughter of
278 animals, 25 percent which remained conscious "for a significant
period of time."


"I think we should attempt to ponder how we would feel in similar
situations. The level of cruelty is absolutely outrageous," Friedrich
said.


PETA told the Times that a volunteer was hired at the plant last
summer and used a hidden camera to obtain the footage.


A man who answered a phone call from The Associated Press at
AgriProcessors late Tuesday night said media questions would be
answered the following morning and hung up. The plant is the world's
largest glatt kosher slaughterhouse and the producer of Rubashkin's
and Aaron's Best meats. Glatt, under kosher law, means that the
animals are free of certain physical defects.


A telephone message left after business hours for the Orthodox Union,
a major supervisor of kosher food in the United States, was not
immediately returned.


In May 2003, PETA wrote to officials at AgriProcessors and asked them
to investigate and take steps to make certain that cruelty was not
occurring there.


According to the PETA Web site, AgriProcessors attorneys wrote back
saying "Kosher slaughter is being conducted in accordance with the
letter and spirit of Jewish law, which prescribes the most humane
treatment of animals that has been known throughout human history."


Friedrich said kosher slaughter is more than twice as well regulated
as conventional slaughter, being overseen by both the USDA and the
Orthodox Union, and is widely believed to be more humane. "What this
case indicates is that anybody who is eating meat is supporting
horrific cruelty to animals," Friedrich said.








> (similar to satanic ritual torture of animals and people. Ancient
> practice of drinking blood of tortured victims/animals in occult
> rituals. Why?
> The blood of the tortured is the most ancient narcotic , going back to
> man's most primitive beginnings. The blood of the tortured is full of
> natural opiates (endorphin pain-killers) secreted by the brain
> into the blood stream. The blood of the tortured (animal or human) is
> also full of adrenaline, the natural stimulant that is secreted into
> the blood by the adrenal glands for the 'fight or flight' response .
>
> graphic video of kosher slaughter: http://tinyurl.com/hv34m
> (note how this is chamber crafted to generate maximum terror in the
> animals,
> with the deafening sound of several hellish machines operating
> simultaneously and the
> terrifying sound of many animals simultaneously dying)
>
> Standard north american meat packaging plants immediately kill the
> animal with
> a bolt through the head, far more humane, and far different from the
> kosher meat processing
> depicted here: video : http://tinyurl.com/hv34m
>
> Just like many popular narcotics are actually a mixture of opiates and
> stimulants together (morphine and amphetamines) (codeine and caffeine),
> the blood of satanically tortured animals and people is full of a
> mixture of opiates and stimulants (endorphins and adrenaline).
>
> In occult rituals, the victim is tortured and their blood drained into
> goblets. This blood is immediately drinken because it provides a
> powerful
> narcotic high.
>
> This ancient practice of drinking tortured blood created an addiction
> among it's proponents. It became habitual, and also imbued with
> spiritual meaning among the ignorant. Ancient man did not understand
> that the blood of the tortured contained opiates and stimulants, and
> strove to understand why drinking the blood of tortured victims made
> him feel like a god. He thought that this was his mystical reward by
> spirits for his cruelty toward his victims, and an entire ancient
> mysticism developed around these ideas and rituals.
> Rituals and practices that continue to this day.
>
> videos on the occult:
>
> Bohemian Grove: satanic rituals of rich and powerful
> http://tinyurl.com/j29x9
>
> Skull and Bones: Secret Satanic Society of the political elite
> I. http://tinyurl.com/f9bme
> II. http://tinyurl.com/qrg9p


D*@.
2006-09-16 12:48:27 EST
On 15 Sep 2006 19:18:41 -0700, causewayclubhouse@hotmail.com wrote:

>warning: graphic process of jewish kosher slaughter process at
>kosher meat packing plant. Cows and horses mutilated in ritual
>killings.
>
>(similar to satanic ritual torture of animals and people. Ancient
>practice of drinking blood of tortured victims/animals in occult
>rituals. Why?
>The blood of the tortured is the most ancient narcotic , going back to
>man's most primitive beginnings. The blood of the tortured is full of
>natural opiates (endorphin pain-killers) secreted by the brain
>into the blood stream. The blood of the tortured (animal or human) is
>also full of adrenaline, the natural stimulant that is secreted into
>the blood by the adrenal glands for the 'fight or flight' response .

While that does explain some things, they are still inconsiderate
assholes who take things to such an extreme. If the consumers were
tested, I imagine they wouldn't be able to detect any different buzz
from a meal of humanely slaughtered beef and one that was tortured.
If "aras" want to do something to help, they should arrange such a
test and find out. If it turns out people really can't detect any difference,
then there's no need to torture the animals any more. Kosher slaughter
doesn't have to be cruel or even upset the animals:
_________________________________________________________
Reactions to the throat cut

The variable of reactions to the incision must be separated from the variable of
the time required for the animal to become completely insensible. Recordings of
EEG or evoked potentials measure the time required for the animal to lose
consciousness. They are not measures of pain. Careful observations of the
animal's behavioural reactions to the cut are one of the best ways to determine
if cutting the throat without prior stunning is painful. The time required for the
animals to become unconscious will be discussed later.
[...]
Blood on the equipment did not appear to upset the cattle. They voluntarily
entered the box when the rear gate was opened. Some cattle licked the blood.

In all three restraint systems, the animals had little or no reaction to the throat cut.
There was a slight flinch when the blade first touched the throat. This flinch was
much less vigorous than an animal's reaction to an eartag punch. There was no
further reaction as the cut proceeded. Both carotids were severed in all animals.
Some animals in the modified ASPCA pen were held so loosely by the head holder
and rear pusher gate that they could have easily pulled away from the knife.
[...]
http://www.grandin.com/ritual/kosher.slaugh.html
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C*@hotmail.com
2006-09-21 05:22:02 EST

dh@. wrote:
>

this is insane. the site quoted is claiming that the cattle voluntarily
had their
throats cut!
> _________________________________________________________
> Reactions to the throat cut
>
> The variable of reactions to the incision must be separated from the variable of
> the time required for the animal to become completely insensible. Recordings of
> EEG or evoked potentials measure the time required for the animal to lose
> consciousness. They are not measures of pain. Careful observations of the
> animal's behavioural reactions to the cut are one of the best ways to determine
> if cutting the throat without prior stunning is painful.
--------------------------------------------------------
Maybe their bellows of agony? Oh, that's right . The voice box and
vocal chords
are ripped out with a hook.

> [...]
> Blood on the equipment did not appear to upset the cattle. They voluntarily
> entered the box when the rear gate was opened.
-------------
they were being electrocuted with a cattle prod!

> In all three restraint systems, the animals had little or no reaction to the throat cut.
> There was a slight flinch when the blade first touched the throat. This flinch was
> much less vigorous than an animal's reaction to an eartag punch. There was no
> further reaction as the cut proceeded.

b.s.
In the video you can hear and see the cows loudly reacting and
thrashing about before their vocal chords are ripped out with a hook.
Did you know that the word 'goy' is hebrew for cattle?

>Both carotids were severed in all animals.
> Some animals in the modified ASPCA pen were held so loosely by the head holder
> and rear pusher gate that they could have easily pulled away from the knife.
---------
yeah, sure
professional meat slaughterers always give a cow the option of whether
to accept or reject the whole process!Did you know that the word 'goy'
is hebrew for cattle?
maybe they love ever minute of it!
Did you know that the word 'goy' is hebrew for cattle?

> [...]
> http://www.grandin.com/ritual/kosher.slaugh.html
>
if you want a laugh, check out the site above for more lies
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D*@.
2006-09-21 14:23:04 EST
On 21 Sep 2006 02:22:02 -0700, causewayclubhouse@hotmail.com wrote:

>
>*h@. wrote:
>>
>
>this is insane. the site quoted is claiming that the cattle voluntarily
>had their
>throats cut!

That's a lie.

>> _________________________________________________________
>> Reactions to the throat cut
>>
>> The variable of reactions to the incision must be separated from the variable of
>> the time required for the animal to become completely insensible. Recordings of
>> EEG or evoked potentials measure the time required for the animal to lose
>> consciousness. They are not measures of pain. Careful observations of the
>> animal's behavioural reactions to the cut are one of the best ways to determine
>> if cutting the throat without prior stunning is painful.
>--------------------------------------------------------
>Maybe their bellows of agony? Oh, that's right . The voice box and
>vocal chords
>are ripped out with a hook.

Not in the method I mentioned and you can't understand.

>> [...]
>> Blood on the equipment did not appear to upset the cattle. They voluntarily
>> entered the box when the rear gate was opened.
>-------------
>they were being electrocuted with a cattle prod!

Not in the method I mentioned and you can't understand.

>> In all three restraint systems, the animals had little or no reaction to the throat cut.
>> There was a slight flinch when the blade first touched the throat. This flinch was
>> much less vigorous than an animal's reaction to an eartag punch. There was no
>> further reaction as the cut proceeded.
>
>b.s.
>In the video you can hear and see the cows loudly reacting and
>thrashing about before their vocal chords are ripped out with a hook.

Not in the method I mentioned and you can't understand.

>Did you know that the word 'goy' is hebrew for cattle?

Who cares?

>>Both carotids were severed in all animals.
>> Some animals in the modified ASPCA pen were held so loosely by the head holder
>> and rear pusher gate that they could have easily pulled away from the knife.
>---------
>yeah, sure
>professional meat slaughterers always give a cow the option of whether
>to accept or reject the whole process!

As always with you people, it's hard to tell whether you're being deliberately
dishonest or are really as stupid as you claim to be. You don't even understand
why some people deliberately treat them horribly and others don't, do you?

T*@spamgourmet.com
2006-09-22 00:44:17 EST
LEXINGTON
Wild turkey tale ruffles neighbors
Rumors fly after birds vanish
By Douglas Belkin, Globe Staff | September 21, 2006

LEXINGTON -- Five years after a flock of wild turkeys showed up in the
Shade Street neighborhood of Lexington, about the only thing that folks
can agree on these days is that now they are gone.
archived forever.


Whether they were harassed, forced out, or killed in the dark of night
remains a mystery and, more important, a source of deep division. Over
the past four months the question of what happened to the turkeys has
led neighbors who have lived alongside one another for three decades to
carry out a whisper campaign that has, in turn, prompted a police
investigation and an angry letter signed by neighbors. It caused one
resident to liken the drama to a particularly overwrought episode of
``The Twilight Zone."

But let's start with the turkeys.

When they first showed up everyone was thrilled, said Winslow Green, a
retired chief of surgery at Symmes Hospital who has lived in the
neighborhood for more than 30 years. People would sip their first cup
of coffee in their bathrobes, look out their kitchen windows, and watch
the elegant birds strut across their broad and grassy backyards.

``We all loved them," Green said.

Later, neighbors would congregate in driveways or on lawns, share their
turkey sightings, and speculate on lineage.

Then, this past May, the turkeys stopped strutting. A day passed, then
a week. No turkeys. By the beginning of June, rumors began to
circulate. A woman on Shade Street was in the middle of a divorce, the
whisperers said. Her new boyfriend, annoyed they were roosting in the
trees behind his girlfriend's house, had killed nearly the entirely
flock. It was a midnight massacre.

As the story was passed from one neighbor to the next, the details
shifted, but the body count held: five dead turkeys and two orphaned
toms. The next day, the story goes, there was a stack of five black
garbage bags put out with the trash.

The rumors spiraled at a block party until a neighbor could stand it no
more. According to a Lexington police report dated June 26, a woman
came to the station and anonymously reported the stories to police.
According to the Massachusetts Environmental Police, killing five wild
turkeys could be punished by a fine of up to a $5,000 and six months in
jail. Something had to be done.

A Lexington police officer spent eight hours on the case, according to
Lieutenant Detective Joseph O'Leary. In the end, no dead fowl, no
evidence, no charges.

``Just rumors," O'Leary concluded.

Janet Post and Buzz Marley cringed. They'd lived in the neighborhood
for a long time. They loved the turkeys. A line had to be drawn.

``I heard these things from people I trusted," Marley said. ``And the
turkeys were gone. You put two and two together --"

Post acknowledged that they had no firsthand information, no witnesses,
and no evidence. But she pressed on. If you believe something is wrong,
she said, ``you follow through." ``You're not going to just go along to
get along."

Last week the pair, along with a few other neighbors who were deeply
upset, settled on a plan. They would write a letter and, without naming
the suspected turkey killer, ask neighbors to sign it. Then they would
make sure the suspect saw it, possibly getting it published in the
local newspaper.

``We wanted her to know we knew what she had done," Post said. ``We
wanted her to know we weren't going to tolerate that sort of behavior."

The letter went through several drafts. In the end it started like
this:

``There is a persistent rumor that someone in our neighborhood recently
shot a family of five wild turkeys who have roamed about the
neighborhood for the past several years. . . . People in this
neighborhood are shocked and appalled."

The letter went on to outline that it was a crime to hunt turkeys and
to fire a gun within town limits. ``Virtually all of the neighbors know
about this unlawful act and hereby wish everyone to understand that
turkeys are always welcome in our neighborhood; turkey killers are
not."

One hundred and three neighbors signed the letter. Among them,
teachers, doctors, engineers. Though it was widely understood who was
suspected, no one confronted the woman or her boyfriend.

``Of course, she would just deny it," Post said.

Nicky Osborne first heard about the letter from a neighbor. Osborne has
lived in the same house on Shade Street for nearly 30 years. She is in
the middle of a divorce. She has a boyfriend who sometimes stays over.
She was the unnamed accused.

When she was confronted by the police earlier in the spring, she said,
she was flabbergasted. She's a birder, she said. Not a bird killer.
Police took note of the 10 bird feeders in her yard. When the
investigation was closed, she assumed the matter was over.

Then last week a neighbor, Tom Fenn, brought over an e-mail from Post
asking him if he had witnessed the turkey ``assassination."

``I daresay that you have the most immediate knowledge of this horrific
act," she wrote, according to a copy of the e-mail in Osborne's
possession. ``I know it's uncomfortable to witness against your next
door neighbor's friend -- especially since you probably didn't actually
eye-witness it. However . . ."

Fenn said he couldn't believe what he was reading.

``This is just getting so out of control," he said. ``It's absurd." He
took the e-mail to Osborne.

``It's a witch hunt," she said. ``Incredible."

According to Osborne, this is what happened: The turkeys were roosting
in her trees and would wake her boyfriend at 4 a.m. Exasperated, he
went out two days in a row and shot into the trees with an ``air pellet
gun." After two days of the harassment, the turkeys left, she said.
None was killed. No body bags stuffed.

Indeed, Marion Larson, of the Massachusetts Division of Fisheries and
Wildlife, said it would be ``highly unlikely" to kill five turkeys with
a pellet gun in one sitting. ``You'd have to hit them in the head," she
said.

When shown the petition Monday night, Osborne's face grew red.

``Let's see who my friends are," she said as she scoured the list.
Nearly every one of her neighbors was on it. Some she had known for 30
years.

Two names had been written and removed. Richard Canale, a 62-year-old
retired engineer who lives down the street, said he initially signed
the petition and then, after a quick jog, reconsidered.

``It didn't add up," he said. ``I realized it's all speculation. And
what's worse, it was speculation that had taken on the seriousness of
certainty, and that's more dangerous than if it actually happened."

Canale was reminded of an old episode of ``The Twilight Zone" in which
rumors spread that aliens have landed in the mountains. When the lights
on the truck of one of the townspeople begin to flicker, the townsfolk
-- already anxious -- start to wonder if he is really one of the
aliens. Eventually, they lynch him.

In the last scene, Canale said, there are two aliens in the mountains,
manipulating a machine that made the lights flicker in the truck. We
don't have to do anything to conquer these people, the aliens say to
each other. They will take care of it themselves.

Told of the story, Osborne shook her head.

``No one killed any turkeys," she said. ``What's wrong with these
people?"

An hour later and a few blocks away, Post shook her head as well.

``Well she's not going to very well admit it," she said.

But Post's name was the second deleted from the petition. ``I didn't
want to get sued," she said.


D*@.
2006-09-22 11:07:58 EST
On 21 Sep 2006 21:44:17 -0700, tariq.1.rahim@spamgourmet.com wrote:

> LEXINGTON
>Wild turkey tale ruffles neighbors
>Rumors fly after birds vanish
>By Douglas Belkin, Globe Staff | September 21, 2006

. . .
>She's a birder, she said. Not a bird killer.
>Police took note of the 10 bird feeders in her yard.

So she did something to help the turkeys, and ended up
regretting it. There's certainly nothing new about that
type situation.

. . .
>``It's a witch hunt," she said. ``Incredible."

Yes it is, and even though we haven't seen it pointed out yet
there were almost surely some sort of "ar" freaks involved with
how extreme things became.

>According to Osborne, this is what happened: The turkeys were roosting
>in her trees and would wake her boyfriend at 4 a.m. Exasperated, he
>went out two days in a row and shot into the trees with an ``air pellet
>gun." After two days of the harassment, the turkeys left, she said.
>None was killed. No body bags stuffed.

That all makes perfect sense. I'd been expecting to read about
how they were trashing people's gardens, but waking people up is
even more annoying and harder to stop.

>Indeed, Marion Larson, of the Massachusetts Division of Fisheries and
>Wildlife, said it would be ``highly unlikely" to kill five turkeys with
>a pellet gun in one sitting. ``You'd have to hit them in the head," she
>said.

Duh. They just left, and even though all those other neighbors
wanted to think they were the turkey's friends, we see by the end
result that the only place in the area they wanted to roost was in
Osborne's trees. If the neighborhood wants some wild turkeys,
they should hatch some eggs and someone should raise the birds
in the hopes that they'll stick around, providing them with a safe
dependable roosting area where no one cares if they start calling
at 4 a.m.

. . .
>But Post's name was the second deleted from the petition. ``I didn't
>want to get sued," she said.

Post is most likely a supporter of PeTA at least, and maybe more
extreme "ar" organizations as well. Osborne is lucky Post didn't
spray paint her house, or burn her vehicle, or get someone else
to do it for her...

B*@hotmail.com
2006-09-22 20:08:53 EST
http://tinyurl.com/s57ql

Sheep slaughtered in 'satanic' ritual
22.09.06
Add your view


Around 100 animals have been found slaughtered and mutilated on
Dartmoor in Devon
Police are hunting "devil worshippers" after a series of sickening
"satanic rite" attacks on sheep at a national park.

Around 100 animals have been found slaughtered and mutilated with their
tongues, eyes and sexual organs removed on Dartmoor in Devon in the
past year.

All of the bodies had been arranged in a satanic star shape on the
floor or laid out in a circle with their necks broken.

Most of the blood-thirsty rituals have been carried out during a full
moon.

In the latest attack farmer Charles Mudge, of Tavistock, Devon, found
30 of his flock dead with bizarre half-moon symbols carved into their
flesh. He discovered all their bodies lying near a bloodstained stone
altar and wooden stake.

"We are absolutely devastated. It is disgusting," he said. "We don't
know how they're doing it. But they must be people with dogs and have
got to be used to handling sheep."

A spokesman for Devon and Cornwall Police said the majority of
incidents have taken place during a full moon.

She added: "The killings are becoming increasingly vicious. We
currently have no suspects."






dh@. wrote:
> On 21 Sep 2006 21:44:17 -0700, tariq.1.rahim@spamgourmet.com wrote:
>
> > LEXINGTON
> >Wild turkey tale ruffles neighbors
> >Rumors fly after birds vanish
> >By Douglas Belkin, Globe Staff | September 21, 2006
>
> . . .
> >She's a birder, she said. Not a bird killer.
> >Police took note of the 10 bird feeders in her yard.
>
> So she did something to help the turkeys, and ended up
> regretting it. There's certainly nothing new about that
> type situation.
>
> . . .
> >``It's a witch hunt," she said. ``Incredible."
>
> Yes it is, and even though we haven't seen it pointed out yet
> there were almost surely some sort of "ar" freaks involved with
> how extreme things became.
>
> >According to Osborne, this is what happened: The turkeys were roosting
> >in her trees and would wake her boyfriend at 4 a.m. Exasperated, he
> >went out two days in a row and shot into the trees with an ``air pellet
> >gun." After two days of the harassment, the turkeys left, she said.
> >None was killed. No body bags stuffed.
>
> That all makes perfect sense. I'd been expecting to read about
> how they were trashing people's gardens, but waking people up is
> even more annoying and harder to stop.
>
> >Indeed, Marion Larson, of the Massachusetts Division of Fisheries and
> >Wildlife, said it would be ``highly unlikely" to kill five turkeys with
> >a pellet gun in one sitting. ``You'd have to hit them in the head," she
> >said.
>
> Duh. They just left, and even though all those other neighbors
> wanted to think they were the turkey's friends, we see by the end
> result that the only place in the area they wanted to roost was in
> Osborne's trees. If the neighborhood wants some wild turkeys,
> they should hatch some eggs and someone should raise the birds
> in the hopes that they'll stick around, providing them with a safe
> dependable roosting area where no one cares if they start calling
> at 4 a.m.
>
> . . .
> >But Post's name was the second deleted from the petition. ``I didn't
> >want to get sued," she said.
>
> Post is most likely a supporter of PeTA at least, and maybe more
> extreme "ar" organizations as well. Osborne is lucky Post didn't
> spray paint her house, or burn her vehicle, or get someone else
> to do it for her...


D*@.
2006-09-23 10:39:57 EST
On 22 Sep 2006 17:08:53 -0700, banterband@hotmail.com wrote:

>http://tinyurl.com/s57ql
>
>Sheep slaughtered in 'satanic' ritual
>22.09.06
> Add your view
>
>
>Around 100 animals have been found slaughtered and mutilated on
>Dartmoor in Devon
>Police are hunting "devil worshippers" after a series of sickening
>"satanic rite" attacks on sheep at a national park.
>
>Around 100 animals have been found slaughtered and mutilated with their
>tongues, eyes and sexual organs removed on Dartmoor in Devon in the
>past year.
>
>All of the bodies had been arranged in a satanic star shape on the
>floor or laid out in a circle with their necks broken.

Animal slaughter goes against the teachings of LaVey in the
Satanic Bible, and the last time I argued with people in related
ngs LaVeyan Satanism was by far the most common. The
"traditional" Satanists were few and far between. Those
that did post were ridiculed for their beliefs because LaVey
taught that there is no Satan, no God, or any of that. I'm
convinced he was lying about his own beliefs, and KNOW that
he lied about a lot of things, but still his teachings had the
most following. LaVey taught more of an "ar" idea, and said
that Satanists should never hurt animals or children.

>Most of the blood-thirsty rituals have been carried out during a full
>moon.
>
>In the latest attack farmer Charles Mudge, of Tavistock, Devon, found
>30 of his flock dead with bizarre half-moon symbols carved into their
>flesh. He discovered all their bodies lying near a bloodstained stone
>altar and wooden stake.
>
>"We are absolutely devastated. It is disgusting," he said. "We don't
>know how they're doing it. But they must be people with dogs and have
>got to be used to handling sheep."
>
>A spokesman for Devon and Cornwall Police said the majority of
>incidents have taken place during a full moon.
>
>She added: "The killings are becoming increasingly vicious. We
>currently have no suspects."
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