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Hampstead – A History drowned in Occultism & Satanism

Hampstead – A History drowned in Occultism & Satanism

On the 21st April 1983 the Hampstead & District Local Advertiser released an article covering the disappearance of a young Italian mother and her 18-month-old baby. The mother was known to of been in contact with a local occult group and had developed an interest in Witchcraft.

You can read the full article in the image taken from the original publication back in 1983.

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Now what is shocking is the number of unsolved missing persons cases in the Hampstead area many of which are linked to occult and satanic groups.

In the following article we learn how a cat was sacrificed in Highgate forest while eight hooded figures watched on – David Farrant the High Priest of the Black Magic Satan Worshipping Covent who later admitted to performing the ritual was interview in the following article – notice also David Farrant comments towards the end of the last article.

 

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The following picture was taken by David Farrant with this description in his own words:

The photographs taken by myself and my society were intended to act as a record of our discovery of this group’s activities, which in light of their choice of location and the sigils and glyphs involved were naturally interpreted by us (I still maintain, correctly) to indicate necromantic and extremely negative magical rituals. Amongst the remains of rituals which we discovered were the burnt down stubs of thick black candles, along with inverted pentagrams and other symbols chalked upon the floor.

A heavy marble bust, representing one of the gentlemen whose ashes were interred within the mausoleum had been moved to the apex of a triangle around which these symbols were inscribed, indicating that there had been some potential attempt to communicate with his spirit in a necromantic and entirely unwholesome fashion.

Despite the fact that I had openly sent these photographs to the Ham and High in an attempt to put a stop to – or ‘discourage’ – such practices – the photos’ presence in my home some three years later when I was raided by the Police in preparation for what would become my Old Bailey ‘witch trial’ were taken as an indication that I was in some way responsible for these markings.

As can be seen from the colour photograph which was published in Man,  Myth and Magic, the heavy door to the vault had been left unsecured, meaning that anyone at any time prior to this could have created them. But to a modern, educated and unprejudiced readership that is surely pointing out the obvious …

How do I know that this group were based in Highgate? Well amongst other ‘clues’ (such as the spate of threatening letters which I received after publishing photographs of the remains of their rituals, all of which had North London including Highgate postal stamps) the bottle of methylated spirits which I photographed at the time and which has been included below bore the label of the Highgate Village chemist.

I can only presume that this was left in situ because of its helpfulness in keeping a fire alight for a prolonged period of time where the need to represent the element of fire was present.

I said it in 1971, and I am still saying it today – if you recognise these markings then please get in touch.

David Farrant, 2014

 

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Then, of course, there is the infamous Highgate Vampire legend from 1970 – Regarded as a delusional hysteria amongst some local occult followers.

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More recently we have the case of two children who made multiple accusations against their father and many others in the Hampstead community. The mother and her partner recorded these accusations made by the children as evidence of the children’s allegations. The allegations included descriptive satanic rituals with explicit sexual abuse & the sacrifice of babies.

The children both describe how they were taught to ‘cut the babies heads’ off. Soon after videos were made public the Children were then interviewed by the Police, after long sessions of questioning the children finally changed their stories and at this point, the police stopped the questioning. Many people believe the Children’s original allegations were correct and that the whole case has been carefully covered up.

Is it so crazy to believe that maybe the Children were telling the truth?

North London, especially Hampstead District is drowning in a History of Occultism, Satanism, unsolved disappearances, suicides, Sacrificed Animals and even Vampires.

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