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Interviews

Since its founding, there have been no shortage of interview requests from the hierarchy of the Church of Satan. Not every interviewer took the subject matter seriously, but more than any other organization, the Church of Satan's message has never changed. Here you will find a collection of interviews from the Church of Satan's history, enjoy.

 

Anton Szandor LaVey's Interviews

 

Other Satanist's Interviews

  • Blanche Barton: The Devil on To The Best of Our Knowledge Program 03-07-20-A from Wisconsin Public Radio. SEGMENT 1: Blanche Barton is the former High Priestess of the Church of Satan. She tells Steve Paulson that Satanists are outsiders who do not worship Satan. She says their philosophy, articulated by Anton LaVey in The Satanic Bible, contains a smile and a wink. Also, operatic bass Samuel Ramey has a new CD called “A Date with the Devil.” He tells Anne Strainchamps about his various devil roles and why he likes singing them. Ramey says he’s a nice guy off stage, but we hear lots of examples of him being mean and evil while in character.
  • Sex and the Devil: Satan Really Wants You / October ’98 / by Rick Hall (An edited version appeared in SCREW, number 1,548, November 2, 1998)
  • An Aesthetically Focused Interview with High Priest H. Gilmore conducted by Jason Roberts
  • Satanist Bares Soul: This is an article based on a lecture Magus Peter H. Gilmore gave at Mt. St. Vincent College in Riverdale.

 

Full Disclosure Interviews

Being frequently interviewed I generally insist on doing so via email so that my words are not summarized inaccurately or misquoted. Articles today are typically quite brief, so few lines of what I’ve written end up in the final published pieces, though some are refreshingly in-depth and include a majority, or rarely the entirety, of my reply. I thought it would be of interest to our readers to have my complete responses to the various questions which can remain in our archive for future reference. Welcome to “Full Disclosure”!

—Magus Peter H. Gilmore

Magus Gilmore

Reverend Joel Ethan