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  • The Scriptorium

    12/4/2014

    Satanic Temple Approved For Capitol Holiday Display (FL)

    Filed under: — Jennifer Rast @ 11:19 am

    For CHRISTMAS this year, the capital building in Florida will have a Satanic Temple display on the first floor. Why don’t the Satanists create their own evil holiday, instead of hijacking Christmas from the Christians. It’s really childish to play these games with holidays. Christmas has nothing to do with Satanism, it’s a celebration of the birth of Christ. Why would they want to celebrate that day in the first place. It goes against everything they believe. They do it out of vindictive hatred, and it’s sickening.

    Florida’s Capitol will have a new holiday decoration this year. The Satanic Temple will be among its nativity scenes and secular presentations.

    It’s for Festivus, a non-commercial festival “for the rest of us,” is close to coming back as a 6-foot stack of empty beer cans.

    The Florida Department of Management Services this week approved the proposed holiday display from the Satanic Temple, which a year ago was rejected because the agency said its proposal was “grossly offensive.” The temple’s entry was one of five displays that got approval to be put up in the first-floor rotunda of the Capitol for the end-of-year holiday period.


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