Satanic America: Children’s Demon Summoning Book Out for Christmas!

Adrian Sol
Daily Stormer
December 13, 2019

What a great gift for children on Jesus’ birthday.

We’ve recently reported that the Catholic Church is expanding its force of exorcists in America, due to the unprecedented number of demonic possession cases popping up left and right.

There’s no doubt that under the evil influence of the Jews, America is sinking deeper and deeper into the clutches of an ancient, otherworldly evil.

I’m not saying it’s Cthulhu, but… It’s Cthulhu. Also, Moloch and other Jewish demons. Probably. We’re monitoring the situation.

But it seems even this alarmingly fast corruption isn’t enough for the forces of darkness, who’ve cooked up an even more disturbing scheme: a children’s book coaching them on how to summon demons.

Natural News:

Leftist parents looking for a “progressive” stocking stuffer idea to gift their “woke” offspring this holiday season might be interested in a new occult children’s book entitled, A Children’s Book of Demons, which is reportedly now being sold at Walmart, Target, and Amazon.

Dubbed a “paranormal parody,” A Children’s Book of Demons aims to teach small children how to summon demons by telling them the names and sigils of demonic entities – sigils being the symbols used in magic, or the pictorial signatures of actual demons.

Published by Koyama Press, based out of Canada, A Children’s Book of Demons contains black and white images of demons that children can color, as well as cartoon images and other attractive elements designed to lure innocent kids into the world of the occult.

This sounds like a joke, but it definitely isn’t. Just look at this:

Here’s the sigils for the demons in the book:

These sigils are in the same style as the ones from the famous grimoire, the Goetia:

The Goetia is a book purporting to teach how to summon the 72 demons originally controlled by the Jewish king Solomon. Those 72 demons are actually mostly ancient Middle Eastern gods from the various tribes around ancient Israel. In other words, it’s all weird Semitic stuff – thoroughly Jewish, and thoroughly demonic.

The book’s author, Canadian illustrator and occultist Aaron Leighton, describes himself as “a fan of all things occult.” The Toronto resident has written other occult books, including Spirit City Toronto, and says he likes to spend his free time “wrestling with a black cat,” which is pictured on his Facebook profile wearing a black, pointy hat.

A description of A Children’s Book of Demons on Amazon asks children:

Don’t want to take out the trash tonight? Maybe you’re swimming in homework? Perhaps that big bully is being a real drag? Well grab your coloured pencils and sigil drawing skills and dial up some demons! This paranormal parody is filled to the brim with funny spirits more silly than scary!”

The targeted age range for this 48-page demonic book is 5-10 years, with grade levels ranging from kindergarten to fifth grade.

The degenerate who created this thing is an “occultist,” and thus presumably knows what he’s doing, and also presumably truly believes in the existence of demons – otherwise he wouldn’t be wasting his time and money in occultism.

And yes – occultism is a very expensive “hobby.” Realizing a ceremony from the Goetia would cost at least several thousand dollars in materials, which include things like a belt made from a lion’s pelt and other exotic crap.

So he definitely takes this stuff seriously.

This makes the book even more chilling – if it was just some dumbass liberal trying to be edgy, then we could assume he’d have no idea of what kind of effect this material could have on children.

But an actual occultist would definitely understand that exposing innocent children to demonic names and sigils would prime them up for evil influence.

Reviews for A Children’s Book of Demons on Amazon are mixed, with some readers raving about it, and others describing it as “degeneracy (in) its fullest form.” It seems as though “professional” reviewers love the book, while everyday folks hate it with a passion.

“This is purely satanic,” wrote one reviewer who gave A Children’s Book of Demons one star out of five. “What kind of children’s book teaches kids to summon demons and write sigils? … it makes me sick that this is even allowed on the shelves of ANY store.”

“Want to know what makes it worse? It teaches kids the original Greek, Hebrew and Egyptian names of these malicious demons … keep your kids away from this book and if they get their hands on it somehow BURN IT!!!!”

So this is where we are now. Publishers are openly putting out materials to directly facilitate the demonic corruption of children, and releasing them around Christmas.

This is definitely deliberate.

How could this possibly not be malicious?

Even if you don’t believe in demons or whatever, it’s still obviously a way to make children internalize that dealing with evil beings is a good shortcut to leading a better life. What kind of educational lesson is that?

These people are evil to the core.

Join the discussion at TGKBBS