Are you aware of the Satanic Ceremony taking place next week on Walpurgisnacht? It’s a pretty important one for me in particular, and it’s not because the occasion is as rare as Haley’s Comet (It's rarer). It’s something that my fiancée and I have been planning for the past two years, and there will never be anything like it, I can guarantee it. Some of you may be aware, but for those who don’t: my Satanist fiancée and I are getting married, and the Satanic Wedding Celebration will be Walpurgisnacht.
Why Walpurgisnacht? Several reasons. Walpurgisnacht has a witchy romantic lore to it in the same way that Halloween contrasts All Saints Day in November and we fancy it, which makes it Satanic for us, and therefore one of the chosen holidays that we celebrate in the year. For us it’s like throwing a celebration on Halloween, but we didn’t want to have to wait until October. The beautiful dreary weather of April strips down intellectual armor of mankind and exposes him to an emotional and mysterious world of fog, budding plants and oh, disintegrating shades of winter. It’s a time of transition from the dead to a world of potential, growth, and discovery. Traditionally Walpurgisnacht was accepted as the night that witches would gather on Hartz Mountain to witness and celebrate the dawn of spring, since back in those days periods of change were highly important times of the year. It seemed to us that this would be the best time to celebrate a wedding since in a metaphorical sense we are exiting a previous stage of our lives and embarking steadfast into a new one—by our own power, not under the doilied grace of a petulant omnipresent Christian god-child worth far less than our tribute of sardonic laughter toward “His” existence.
I’ll be celebrating with fireworks over water, drink in hand, in one of the most magical places in the world, with the most magical person I know under the open starry sky. Vows exchanged and commitments affirmed, the ceremony itself is to be our own private affair, but we’d like to invite you to join our embarking journey on this mystical night by participating in heart at home, wherever you happen to be in the world.
Keep your eyes peeled for the ceremonial ritual that I’ll be releasing to you in the coming days. We designed our own ceremony from scratch, and the ritual I’ll be posting here is a real, personalized ritual written by myself. We welcome your positive thoughts and warm energy toward our commitment to LIFE together, and look forward to celebrating with you from afar.
Ave Satanas, Hail Satan!
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Once I called myself a Christian, then an atheist, and a Satanist. At the end of the day, I'm just a person who is living her truth one day at a time. I'm interested in religion, its effects on the mind, the occult, and more. Learn more about me on the about page.