The Satanic Temple requires all its members and attendees at SatanCon 2023 to prove they are fully vaccinated and wear masks throughout the event.
The event, titled “Hexennacht in Boston,” is taking place in Massachusetts, from April 28-30, 2023, otherwise known as “Witches Night.”
The Satanic Temple also mentions Boston Mayor Michelle Wu on its announcement page for her “unconstitutional efforts to keep TST out of Boston’s public spaces” and dedicating the event to her.
“Attendees will enjoy lectures and panels presented by our campaigns and congregations as well as evening entertainment and a Satanic Marketplace,” the informational page states.
The Satanic Temple then warns attendees they must be fully vaccinated and wear masks at the event.
“Satancon attendees must be 18 or over and have proof of COVID vaccination. Attendees must wear an N-95, KN-95, or disposable surgical mask. Gaiters, bandanas, and cloth masks will not be allowed,” TST says.
The rules are ironic, given the Satanic Temple states, “Beliefs should conform to one’s best scientific understanding of the world. One should take care never to distort scientific facts to fit one’s beliefs.”
It’s worth noting that despite TST’s so-called rules for the event, it is now widely known that masks are ineffective at preventing virus transmission.
Even as far back as 2020, top scientists warned there was a ‘troubling lack of evidence’ that face masks prevent Covid-19 infection folowing a study in Denmark published in the Annals of Internal Medicine.
Even Dr. Anthony Fauci admitted that masks were “not really effective” during the beginning of the pandemic.
This is not the first time the Satanic group steered from its confessions.
The Satanic Temple hit the headlines earlier this year after it announced it would open a “religious, medical services clinic” to provide abortions in New Mexico.
As Fox News reported:
TST Health, the new medical services arm of the nontheistic religious organization, will provide telehealth screenings and appointments to provide abortion pills to patients. These services will be provided free of charge as part of The Satanic Temple’s “abortion ritual,” though patients must still pay for the medications from a pharmacy, which typically cost around $90, according to the TST Health website.
The New Mexico facility will be operated by licensed medical staff and will make its services available to state residents who are at least 17 years old, up to 11 weeks pregnant and medically eligible for an abortion.