True Detective, Voudon, Santeria and the Marsh Cult

Aleister Nacht Hits Close To Home With "True Detective"

True Detective; Voudon, Santeria and the Marsh Cult

Aleister Nacht returned to his "old stomping grounds" with a blog post entitled "True Detective"- Louisiana, Satanism, Devil Worship, Voodoo and Child Sacrifice". Answering requests from his readers, Aleister opened up about the years he spent in the underbelly of southern Louisiana as a heroin addict. He also reminisced about his experiences as an Acolyte; learning the rituals, spells, and practices of Hoodoo and Satanism.

Aleister points out a striking contrast in Louisiana; "I grew up and spent the better part of 22 years in southern and northern Louisiana.Satanism and Devil Worship One thing I can unequivocally say is the northern and southern parts of the state have only one thing in common; both are in Louisiana."

Inspired by the HBO hit series "True Detective", Aleister describes the "good, the bad and the ugly" of the New Orleans (and rural southern Louisiana) occult society. "There were always rumors of "expirations" surrounding those who operated in the shadows of the Louisiana societal fringe. Those who have experienced "life on the streets" know the best way to avoid becoming alligator bait is to keep the lips pressed tightly together. More than one person paid the ultimate price for asking too many questions."

The topic then turns to the plot of True Detective; human sacrifice including children. "I venture to say the possibilities of child sacrifice are less common, simply by virtue of the ritual or magical operation performed." Nacht adds. He also mentions the rich occult practices such as Voudon (Voodoo), Hoodoo, and Santeria; adding the somewhat shadowy "Marsh Cult" to what he refers to as "...groups who practice maladaptive behavior during blood rituals". [sic erat scriptum]

Sheryle Corman is a staff writer for the "Occult Underground"


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