The Satanic Temple has announced that it is opening the “world’s first religious abortion clinic.”
According to the organization, the “clinic” will offer “Satanic abortion rituals.”
It is mockingly naming the facility after Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito’s mother.
Justice Alito penned the opinion overturning Roe v. Wade — a move saving countless unborn lives.
The facility, “Samuel Alito’s Mom’s Satanic Abortion Clinic,” is set to open in New Mexico on February 14.
The Satanic Temple’s TST Health is described as a “collaborative of reproductive rights advocates and abortion care providers contracted and directed by The Satanic Temple to advance its Reproductive Religious Rights Campaign.”
It plainly states its goal of expanding access for mothers to terminate the lives of their unborn children.
The organization also says it will use the clinic to expand what it describes as its “Satanic abortion ritual.”
TST Health describes the “Abortion Ritual” as a “protective rite” designed to “cast off unwanted feelings” associated with taking the life of an unborn child.
According to TST Health, the ritual involves spoken words exclusively and includes reciting the third tenet of the Satanic Temple — “One’s body is inviolable, subject to one’s own will alone” — and the fifth — “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.”
Science, however, shows that a baby’s heartbeat begins around 21 days, and they can begin to feel pain in the first trimester when many abortions take place.
Brainwave activity also begins at six weeks as their limbs and organs begin to take form.
The facility will offer telehealth visits “for those who wish to participate in TST’s Satanic Abortion Ritual in states where abortion has been banned.”
It will also prescribe abortion pills for $90, which the Satanic Temple said will be “discreetly mailed to them by TST Health’s pharmacy partner.”
However, it noted that those seeking an abortion must be in the state and the pills delivered to a New Mexico address due to state law.
Further, the Satanic Temple described the clinic as the “first step” in the TST Health venture, touting plans to open more abortion clinics in other states.
The Satanic Temple’s announcement comes on the heels of far-leftists becoming far more brazen in their advocacy of murdering unborn children.
For instance, a pagan horned statue of a feminine figure emerging out of a lotus is currently sitting atop the New York City courthouse.
According to the artist, it pays homage to the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who fought for abortion, as the figure features the justice’s well-known lace collar.
The artist also admitted that the figure’s hair is, indeed, “spiraling horns.’”
“The horns mimic the movement of the arms and are there as a symbol of the figure’s sovereignty, and its autonomy,” she said in the artist notes, adding that the Supreme Court overturning Roe v. Wade, as well as Ginsburg’s death, served as a “setback” for women:
A new statue atop a New York City courthouse. The artist says it’s part of an “urgent and necessary cultural reckoning underway as New York reconsiders traditional representations of power in public spaces and recasts civic structures to better reflect 21st-century social mores.” pic.twitter.com/4IFRj7hCsf
— Andrew Beck (@AndrewBeckUSA) January 25, 2023
Many conservatives have observed that the left’s brazen advocacy and celebration of abortion is reminiscent of the pagans throughout history, who sacrificed their children to the Canaanite deity Molech.
This was sharply addressed in the Old Testament, as the deity was first mentioned in Leviticus.
“You shall not give any of your children to offer them to Molech, and so profane the name of your God: I am the Lord,” Leviticus 18:21 reads.
Leviticus 20 also addresses the pagan deity and child sacrifice, as God strictly warned the people of Israel from “whoring after Molech,” lest God cut them off from among His people and they be put to death.
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