Here Is the Monument to Satan that May Soon Be Placed at the Oklahoma State Capitol

A group of Satanists has unveiled the design for a monument to the devil that they are planning on erecting at the Oklahoma State Capitol—the same building where a statue of the Ten Commandments was placed in 2012. It appears that the Satanists took the subtle, less-is-more approach to design: The 7-foot-tall stone monument features a terrifying, goat-headed Satan, with massive horns and wings, seated on a throne talking to children. It is the stuff of nightmares. In a statement, Satanic Temple spokesman Lucien Greaves described the usefulness of the hellish design: “The statue will also have a functional purpose as a chair where people of all ages may sit on the lap of Satan for inspiration and contemplation.” See, it’s also versatile. Currently, a local chapter of the ACLU is pursuing a lawsuit to have the Ten Commandments monument removed—a move that would also likely prevent other religious statues from also being placed at the capitol. Obviously, some non-Satanist legislators have taken issue with the massive throne of Lucifer that may soon adorn their place of work. Rep. Don Armes told CBS News, “I think we need to be tolerant of people who think different than us, but this is Oklahoma, and that’s not going to fly here” …

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