Since the 1960s, the fundamentalist Christian community has been moved and inspired by the testimonies of “Satanists”, “witches”, and “Illuminati members” who ditched their evil ways to become born again. But are the stories told by these reformed devil-worshipers actually true?
In this series we’ll look at some of the most famous former witches:
Doreen Irvine, the original Witch That Switched (mentioned in my last post); she was a streetwalker and Queen of All Black Witches in Europe before being saved
Mike Warnke, a Christian comic and minister whose tales of Satanic debauchery turned out to be a little light on facts and a bit heavy on the utter b.s.
John Todd. Illuminati witch. Born again preacher. Total sociopath. After spewing more WTFery than a Charlie Sheen soundboard, he helped persuade the Weaver family to go to Ruby Ridge.
Bill Schnoebelen. Claims to have been a Mormon, a priest, a witch, a Satanist, a Freemason, and an actual vampire. Busy guy.
Irene Park, “The Witch that Switched”. An imaginary friend led her to become the most evil woman in the world (or at least Florida). But don’t worry – she ended up being a minister.
The late “Lauren Stratford”. In the ’80s she was the poster girl for recovered Satanists, and her memoir was a major factor in that decade’s anti-occult hysteria. Then she changed her mind and became a Holocaust survivor instead.
“Arizona Wilder”, a mind-controlled Illuminati high priestess who presided over the gory sacrificial rites of Reptilian Satanists from another dimension
And a few others.