Sunday, July 21, 2019 07:05

Total freaking loony moonbat alert

– Wiccapundit

Sometimes, all you can do is just wonder at the sheer creative stupidosity (I coined that word just for this post) of some people.  Particularly when it comes to being so loony that there isn’t a sufficient word in any language for it.

My name is Jonathon “The Impaler” Sharkey, Ph.D., L.D.D.D. I am a Satanic Dark Priest, Sanguinarian Vampyre and a Hecate Witch.

This kind of thing gives a bad name to stupid, screwed-up people.

Via Ace of Spades.


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12 Responses to “Total freaking loony moonbat alert”

  1. Schlippy says:

    What. A. F***tard.

    44 yrs. old? Yeah, just now he’s realizing he can get laid after all these years of loneliness by luring 14 yr. olds with his total fuckstickery. Only a child would think of taking this idiot seriously.

    He should be put up on charges for pedophilia at the minimum.

  2. Elphaba says:

    He left “Pathetic, Pervy Douchebag Loser” out of his self description.

  3. Mags says:

    Some people are so ridiculous. It just leaves me at a lose for words. And that doesn’t happen that often.

  4. Wiccapundit says:

    Sure, every religion has a few loose wingnuts that are truly embarassing to the normal people. But jeez, paganism does seem to bring the truly strange out of the woodwork. Of course, this guy isn’t remotely serious about his “spirituality.” Calling yourself a Dark Priest/Vampyre/Witch is simply preposterous in any case, but doing it just as a way to get in the sack is beyond loathesome.

  5. What is that – a Walmart throw-rug? – he’s got wrapped around himself?

    What an utter asswipe.

    He should spontaneously explode from shame.

    • Wiccapundit says:

      Welcome, Steamboat. I gather you came over from Aardvarks and Asshats. What a great site, and an astoundingly cool name. I’ll have to add that to the blogroll.

      Actually, I think they sell these cheesy Celtic knot wraparounds at just about any pagan festival you might venture to stumble into. Very popular among the folks who go in for the muu-muu look.

  6. Sebastian says:


    Sheesh, what a retard. Regretably, this instance is representative of a larger problem, perhaps an epidemic. Wicca has the unfortunate effect of attracting seemingly every social mistfit possible. Spiritual legitimacy in care of Gary Gygax / Dungeons & Dragons 3rd Edition Ruleset.

    I understand it. The major impetus for the development and growth of Wicca was firmly laid by the 60’s/70’s hippy culture, and we have attracted the nut jobs ever since. But just because I understand it doesnt mean I have to like it.

    I wish Wiccans (and wannabes) would learn to just shut up. We have quite a knack for making ourselves (and others) look like morons. And for cryin out loud, lets stop posting pics of ourselves all over the net in ren-fair gear with proclomations of our uber-Wiccaness.

    To know, to will, to dare, TO BE SILENT !!! (ty, Uncle Al 😉 )

    • Sebastian says:

      And yes, I know that the Pyramid isnt directly attributable to Crowley…

      • Wiccapundit says:

        Isn’t the source usually attributed to Eliphas Levi? Also, sometimes the order has “to dare” before “to will.” I might set up a discussion thread to consider this topic.

        • Sebastian says:

          My understanding is that the exact origins of the witches pyramid are not known with certainty. As a personal foible, I tend to associate it with Crowley.

          And yes, you are right about the order…that was sloppiness on my part.

          • Wiccapundit says:

            Not sloppy at all. I think a good case could be made either way. A worthy discussion topic for another day/another thread. Check back, I may indeed set one up.

            I have a warm spot in my heart for Uncle Al as well, flaws and all. Most people are not even vaguely aware that he was a world-class mountaineer who nearly summitted Everest ahead of Edmund Hilary, and seems to have been one of the first people to develop an understanding of high-altitude pulmonary edema.

    • Wiccapundit says:

      Great comment, Sebastian. Sometimes Wicca reminds me of the martial arts “community.” “MY sensei is a 22nd degree black belt ultra-Grand Master who is a descendant of the guy who founded the Shaolin Temple…”

      The fixation with titles and public props is a complete distraction. The people who swish around in their black robes in public and prattle on and on about what spells they’re working on are just tiresome. Honestly, when’s the last time you saw a devout Catholic walking around in public wearing a bishop’s miter and cope, just to prove how “authentic” they are?

      I’ve always said that Wicca would be considered not abnormal as a religion when we are no more out of the ordinary than the Episcopalians who live next door. Prats like this schmuck just set us all back, because any religion seems to be defined by its public wingnuts.

      Non cogitamus, ergo nihil sumus.

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