Harvard goes satanic with Black Mass

According to Encyclopedia Britannica, in common usage the term “black mass” refers to “a blasphemous and usually obscene burlesque of the true [Roman Catholic] mass performed by satanic cults. The naked back of a woman often serves as an altar, and a validly consecrated host is generally used to intensify the mockery. The rite commonly incorporates other elements of satanic magic such as philtres [magic potion] or abortifacients.”

Below is a publicity flyer from a student group called the Cultural Studies Club at Harvard University’s Extension School, announcing “a reenactment of a satanic black mass” two evenings from today, on May 12, 2014.

The satanic black mass will be “performed” in Harvard University’s college bar, Cambridge Queen’s Head, “voted one of the 31 best college bars by Business Insider.”

Harvard Black MassPhoto source: Campus Reform

In an email, the Harvard Exchange “Cultural Studies Club” states:

We are hosting a reenactment of a historical event known as a Black Mass. The performance is designed to be educational and is preceded by a lecture that provides the history, context, and origin of the Black Mass. While a piece of bread is used in the reenactment, the performance unequivocally does not include a consecrated host. Our purpose is not to denigrate any religion or faith, which would be repugnant to our educational purposes, but instead to learn and experience the history of different cultural practices. This performance is part of a larger effort to explore religious facets that continue to influence contemporary culture.

But Elizabeth Scalia reports for Patheos, May 7, 2014, that Priya Dua, PR director for the New York-based Satanic Temple, confirmed that they have obtained and will use a Consecrated Host during the black mass.

This is the same Satanic Temple that wants prayer in public schools to the Devil and is building a 7-ft tall statue of Satan to be placed next to the Ten Commandments outside the state capitol building in Oklahoma City.

The Archdiocese of Boston issued this official statement about the black mass:

The Catholic community in the Archdiocese of Boston expresses its deep sadness and strong opposition to the plan to stage a “black mass” on the campus of Harvard University in Cambridge.

For the good of the Catholic faithful and all people, the Church provides clear teaching concerning Satanic worship. This activity separates people from God and the human community, it is contrary to charity and goodness, and it places participants dangerously close to destructive works of evil.

In a recent statement, Pope Francis warned of the danger of being naïve about or underestimating the power of Satan, whose evil is too often tragically present in our midst. We call upon all believers and people of good will to join us in prayer for those who are involved in this event, that they may come to appreciate the gravity of their actions, and in asking Harvard to disassociate itself from this activity.

Despite the Boston Archdiocese’s request that Harvard University “disassociate itself” from the planned satanic mass, on May 9, Robert Neugeboren, dean of students and alumni affairs at Harvard Extension School, issued this mealymouthed “official response”:

Students at the Harvard Extension School, like students at colleges across the nation, organize and operate a number of independent student organizations, representing a wide range of student interests. The Harvard Extension School does not endorse the views or activities of any independent student organization. But we do support the rights of our students and faculty to speak and assemble freely.

In this case, we understand that this independent student organization, the Harvard Extension Cultural Studies Club, is hosting a series of events—including the reenactment of a “Black Mass”—as part of a student-led effort to explore different cultures.

We do not agree with the student group’s decision to stage an event that is so deeply disturbing and offensive to many in the Harvard community and beyond. While we support the ability of all our students to explore difficult issues, we also encourage them to do so in ways that are sensitive to others.

To that end, the Harvard Extension School has worked with the club’s student leaders to address specific concerns that have been expressed. For instance, we have ensured that no consecrated host will be used as part of the reenactment. Also, in an effort to help broaden the educational nature of this series, the Harvard Extension School has urged the Cultural Studies Club’s student leaders to reach out to Catholic student organizations on campus to foster a positive dialogue about the Catholic faith. The club’s student leaders have agreed to this proposal.

We hope these efforts and this dialogue will help address some of the most severe concerns about the event, while also helping students in the Cultural Studies Club better understand the perspective of many Catholics on these and other issues.

Questions about the event should be directed to the Cultural Studies Club at culturalstudiesclub@gmail.com.

I don’t, even for a second, believe that Harvard Extension School would be so tolerant (“we do support the rights of our students and faculty to speak and assemble freely”) if the Cultural Studies Club were to hold an event that Muslims find offensive.

H/t FOTM’s CSM

UPDATE (May 11, 2014):

The President of Harvard University is a woman named Drew Faust, which makes her a Dr. Faust! (h/t FOTM’s evh)

092013_Camapaign_KS_348.JPGUPDATE (May 13, 2014):

Due solely to the glare of publicity brought on this black mass by the New Media of bloggers, and no thanks to the obsolete MSM old media, the black mass was canceled because Harvard Extension’s Cultural Studies Club, unable to find a location, withdrew their sponsorship of the grotesque event. Neither the originally-planned location of Harvard University’s college bar nor a substitute location, the Middle East nightclub, would host the event. So the Cultural Studies Club barfed out this excuse in an email that “misinterpretations about the nature of the event were harming perceptions about Harvard and adversely impacting the student community.” (H/t FOTM’s CSM)

Also, Harvard University president Faust said in an updated “official statement” yesterday before the Club withdrew its sponsorship, that the university would not interfere because of “the University’s commitment to free expression, including expression that may deeply offend us.” But she did say at the end of her statement that “I plan to attend a Eucharistic Holy Hour and Benediction at St. Paul’s Church on our campus on Monday evening in order to join others in reaffirming our respect for the Catholic faith at Harvard and to demonstrate that the most powerful response to offensive speech is not censorship, but reasoned discourse and robust dissent.”

~Eowyn

26 responses to “Harvard goes satanic with Black Mass

    • Harvard, Yale, Princeton and all the IVY LEAGUE schools are cesspools of Satanism…after all Pan, or the goat god who ate IVY and Holly ( Hollywood) is found in architecture in all the schools. Pan is Satan.

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  1. As far as I’m concerned Harvard is a college for the antichrist…what good has actually come out of that cesspool of lower education?

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    • Inviting Satan onto the Harvard campus is no joke. There can’t really be a black mass without a consecrated Host. So I don’t believe the statement that says no consecrated Host will be used. Satan doesn’t deal with the idea of publicity stunts connected with students who are just exploring different cultures, he demands to be paid. No good will ever come out of it.

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    • I wonder if Michelle and Obama will attend. Isn’t Harvard the cesspool where those two met?

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  2. One thing to remember is that people who believe in Satan have to believe in God, otherwise they would say that Satan does not exist. By using a consecrated Host, this event will be deliberately desecrating Christ in the Eucharist. This is the dearest thing to Catholics that our faith offers. I doubt if any event would be hosted desecrating tenets dearest to the worshippers of Islam. Typical of worshippers of Satan, they can only destroy, they never create. I hope there will be some Catholics who will stage a protest of this event. In order to combat things of this nature, it may be necessary for Catholics to become activists. This is part of the very frightening scheme of communists and socialists currently in our country to destroy everything connected with Christianity. In the spirit of Saint John Paul II, when the communist government pulled down the cross in Poland, John Paul II said, “If they pull down the cross, we will put it back up again until it stays.” No one has ever been free of communism by remaining passive bystanders.

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    • “All that is required for evil to prevail is for good men to do nothing.”

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    • It is important to remember, though, evh, that their petty demon-calling and mockery has no true or legitimate power, they can do nothing to Christ/God, their ritual is as empty, worthless, and void, as their master. They will only succeed in hurting themselves.

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  3. Well, harvard is an ivy league, this is likely just the first “public” black mass of theirs with open attendance, no doubt their “frats”, “sorors”, and “secret societies” have been doing similar shenanighans for the last century or more. From what I’ve found out it seems the “satanic temple” seems to be an atheistic antagonist connected to making a “documentary/mockumentary” by the same name, but regardless of the motivations or the legitimacy or illegitimacy of the group, they need to quit trolling for trouble, before they find it. (Harvard even has a masonic lodge on the grounds, given what freemasons get up to, is it really any wonder they’d entertain devil worshipers, whether troll or real?)

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    • Isn’t it odd that the president of Harvard is really named Faust?

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      • You’re right, evh! Harvard U’s president is a woman named Drew FAUST!

        I’ve updated my post with her pic.

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      • “Faust” meaning: http://www.faust.com/

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      • The “new creator” of the new and kinda luciferian “my little pony: friendship is magic” also has a last name of faust, lauren faust at that. (Hasbro knows way more than a toy company should about the occult, by the way.)

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        • @Seumas….I suspected something was going on with these new creatures they designed…they look more like a mix of horse and girl than pony…and the rainbow…need I say more?

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          • Well actually there is a lot of symbolism in there that relates to feminism and illumism (Why are all males (with a few rare exceptions) involved in service jobs, usually under females? etc.) one-eye in a triangle or on headresses symbolism etc. But this isn’t the place to get into this, I could elaborate further if you want to hear the whole thing.

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            • The Nick Jr. Show, “Little Charmers” also has few males but they are in subjugation to women, even to the female children! That show is obviously about witchcraft…and it’s being introduced to 1-5 year old children.

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          • It’s pretty well-known that Disney and Nick are run by pedophiles…Walt Disney was a 33rd degree Freemason. Once a person gets to 33rd degree, it is PURE witchcraft and divination…there is nothing “noble” about it. Good point about the ponies…

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  4. Hahvaad went to Hell a long time ago.

    Now they are just making it official.

    -Dave

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  5. Hear that flushing sound? It’s another case of modern America going down the toilet.

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  6. These fools R going to ingest the body and blood of satan.
    They will open a door that only an ignorant moron would open,
    they will exist from the day of ingestion forth in eternal damnation, for they will damn their very souls. If it wasn’t so very sad, I would laugh at their arrogant stupidity. Actions have consequences and words have power, we humans so easily forget these truth. Might the old saying ” Better them than me ” fit in this case, as we can’t seem to stem the tide of stupidity seemingly everywhere lately

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  7. Thank you Dr. Eowyn for this most remarkable post. I am STUNNED. St. Michael the Archangel, help us and protect us from this evil! The response from Harvard is not only lukewarm, it is sickening. Our Lord said pursuant to the Book of Revelations, that he would “vomit” the lukewarm out of His mouth!

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  8. UPDATE:

    Due solely to the glare of publicity brought on this grotesque event by the New Media of bloggers, and no thanks to the obsolete MSM old media, the black mass was canceled because Harvard Extension’s Cultural Studies Club, unable to find a location, withdrew their sponsorship. Neither the originally-planned location of Harvard University’s college bar nor a substitute location, the Middle East nightclub, would host the event. So the Cultural Studies Club barfed out this excuse in an email that “misinterpretations about the nature of the event were harming perceptions about Harvard and adversely impacting the student community.”

    H/t FOTM’s CSM

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  9. lol@ misinterpretations….. nature of the event were harming perceptions… oh yeah? uncomfortable??? awww… GOOD!

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