• May 30, 2024

Liberal Rag Cosmo Promoting Sick Satanic Abortion Ritual….

Although Cosmopolitan was always the trashiest ladies’ magazine available at your neighborhood Shop-Rite checkout aisle, it appears that the editors there are in a desperate situation these days due to the magazine’s impending demise and the pressure placed on what little business they were still able to do through self-checkout.

As a result, they decided that it was time to highlight the mother of Samuel Alito’s Satanic [Abortion] Clinic. Really?

“Samuel Alito’s Mom’s Satanic Abortion Clinic. Does it sound like pure clickbait? Sure,” the writers admitted in the piece, published Nov. 14.

“But beneath the outlandish branding lies a sincere mission: The New Mexico-based telehealth practice, a legitimate medical entity run by an accredited clinical team, offers abortion care to patients within state lines. The staff prescribes abortion pills (at $91 per set, a competitive price) up until the eleventh week of pregnancy and offers 24/7 phone access to licensed medical personnel to anyone in need. It’s just that they’re also Satanists, members of a religious organization called The Satanic Temple.”

The Temple, Cosmo said, “chose New Mexico for a few reasons. It has about 3,300 members in the state, a robust base of potential need. New Mexico is also considered an abortion-rights stronghold, lacking oppressive laws dictating gestational limits, age restrictions, waiting periods, and mandatory ‘counseling.’

“Here, unlike in neighboring states Texas and Oklahoma, it’s still legal for doctors and nurse practitioners to prescribe abortion pills remotely and have them mailed to patients for safe use at home,” the report said. “Anyone traveling to New Mexico from out of state can use a P.O. box or a friend or family member’s address — even a hotel’s.”

My first thought was that the abortion mill industry has always been demonic, and it’s about time that those who practice it get in on the action. It was a flippant and cynical reply. People, where’s the representation?

Planned Parenthood may be carrying out the devil’s will, but how many of its leaders are devil worshippers?

Anyway, like the usual establishment media reports on anything related to the Satanic Temple, Cosmo is quick to point out “that Satanists don’t actually worship the devil” and that “roughly 1.5 million global members view Satan more like a mascot, one depicted not as a dark, omniscient deity but as a literary character.”

A literary character who acts, um, a lot like the devil. As popular YouTuber Ruslan KD noted, it was “the most demonic thing I’ve ever seen.”

Take the TST’s advice and engage in what Cosmo refers to as “the optional ceremonial aspects of the Satanic abortion ritual.”

“First, you find a quiet space. Bring a mirror if you can. Just before taking the medication, gaze at your reflection and focus on your personhood. Home in on your intent, your responsibility to you. Take a few deep, relaxing breaths. When you’re ready, read the following tenet aloud: One’s body is inviolable, subject to one’s own will alone,” Cosmo reports.

“Take the medication and immediately afterward, recite, Beliefs should conform to one’s best scientific understanding of the world. One should take care never to distort scientific facts to fit one’s beliefs.

“Later, once your body expels the aborted tissue, return to your reflection. Focus again on your personhood, your power in making this decision. Complete the ritual by reciting a personal affirmation: By my body, my blood; by my will, it is done.”

Yes, just as it is evident that the leaders of Black Lives Matter are not thugs, these folks also firmly think that Satan is only a mascot.

These were the processes that were explained to Jessica*, a patient of the troll teleabortion clinic (the asterisk indicates that this is not her real name; if abortion is so natural and righteous, why the asterisk and the alias, hmm?).

 

“I think it’s genius,” the 37-year-old mother of three told Cosmo as she drove her children around Albuquerque.

“She’s also pregnant but not for long. A set of abortion pills is waiting for her back home, thanks to speedy shipping via Samuel Alito’s Mom’s Satanic team,” Cosmo noted. “Jessica and her husband don’t want any more children, especially given her history of super-high-risk pregnancies.”

“Jessica decided to incorporate some ceremonial aspects into her solo abortion experience,” Cosmo reported. “Why not? she thought. The overall messaging just clicked with her.”

Indeed, one would think so. Satanism is, after all, nothing more than the worship of the ego while we are on this planet. We literally make a bargain with the devil in order to take on Pascal’s wager with enormous odds.

Don’t want kids in general, or kids at all? Everything revolves around you. Convince yourself that it’s all about you by engaging in a few routines.

“The experience was just very supportive,” Jessica told Cosmo. “I think that’s the biggest thing — they really reinforce that this is your decision and your choice and that you are supported.”

Indeed, that is the most crucial thing to remember while we are here. However, darker facts may be revealed in eternity.

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