Reverse-Christianity is a pseudo-Satanic form which believes and behaves according to the typical Christian interpretation of Satanism that it is connected to murder and sexual abuse. Meet Michael Leehan who is a typical Reverse-Christian, his story is worth reading because it highlights a number of common themes of Reverse-Christians.
Leehan comes to Satanism in reaction to his Christian and abusive upbringing, for instance suffering red pepper shoved up his nose by grandma. Leehan suffers what mental health experts would diagnose as symptoms of mental illness: self-harming; suicidal thoughts; hearing voices; hallucinations and psychotic thoughts of killing people. A mentally ill psychopath Leehan sits in a church planning to kill a pastor before a miraculous conversion.
“Whenever Leehan attends LifeChurch today, he sits in the front row, immediately in front of the pastor he intended to kill. But now during the worship, his hands are raised in the air, praising God, joyful and free.”
In Satanism the Reverse-Christian is easily spotted because they are either talking about or encouraging murder of other people, the fictional enemy that is the target of their psychopathic hate. In real life it seems always the cat who gets murdered, since the unhappy cat is to the Reverse-Christian what a chicken is to a Voodoo priest. Said Leehan:
“Typically I would light candles, pray to Satan, and wait for things to happen. There was nearly always blood spilled. It was usually mine, but at times it was a neighborhood animal, usually a cat.”
Predictably, during their time amongst Satanists the Reverse-Christian remains slavish to dogma and groups, they are attracted to mingle with other angry and hateful psychopaths that share their murderous intent towards selected segments of society they declare as their enemy.
When caught for some newsworthy crime the Reverse-Christian blames Satan, since it is their slavish way to pass on responsibility for their activities. What is funny is that the Reverse-Christian is as quick and enthusiastic in slaving to Jesus as they was to Satan, as Leehan’s story confirms.