Many Satanic groups tend to exaggerate or make false claims to boost their credibility, for instance making great show of their official recognition by the State, their charitable works, or the procession of titles such as “reverend.” I have been watching the rivalry between the Church of Leviathan and the Church of Malphas for some months as they attempt to out-do each other with their charity and moralistic self-righteousness, wondering what the hell all their activity has got to do with Satanism.
The Church of Malphas today made a claim as follows:
“Church Of Malphas continues to support and work with those who suffer from Autism, offering spiritual guidance, love and hope. Barbara Malphas-Samael and Church Of Malphas were recently honored in the United Kingdom for their work with this worthy cause. Church Of Malphas continues to encourage others to get off of Facebook and other social media and actually work with individuals in the real world away from a computer.”
They also displayed a certificate as follows from a UK-based charity called Autism West Midlands:
I asked an associate of mine to check out the claims of the Church of Malphas, which resulted in the following response from the Autism West Midlands charity:
I refer to the following link which claims association with your group:
Is this authentic?
Reply by Autism West Midlands:
“Dear …, This is not authentic. Thank you for bringing it to our attention. We will be in touch with the organisation concerned.
Best wishes … Head of Marketing and Communications Autism West Midlands”
Whilst my finding of the charity claim of the Church of Malphas to be false won’t set the world ablaze, it is a reminder that all Satanists should question everything they read on the internet.