"“The relevance to satanism in the Pennsylvania case is that important satanic dates are usually dictated by the satanic calendar, but each satanist’s birthday is also regarded as an important day in satanic celebrations,” Neveling said Thursday. “It can include anything from blood and sex rituals to death rituals."
Here Neveling refers to the so-called "occult calendar" - a device not created by Satanists, but by Christian activist the late David Balsiger in 1988 - which has so many flaws that it is at best, nonsensical. So flawed is it, that it lists Christian holy days as "satanic" and flagrantly conflates days of significance to multiple religions with "satanism" and days upon which "Satanists" (or witches, depending on which version is in circulation) alternatingly commit ritual murder, prepare to abduct victims for human sacrifice, make animal sacrifices, or indulge in sex orgies while somehow finding time to live outwardly ordinary lives.
But Neveling's absurd claims didn't end there.
"'Only people who are really serious about satanism own a copy of 'The Satanic Bible,'' Neveling said." (which is about the only thing she said which is even remotely true - even if she clearly doesn't understand that, but then she went on to demonstrate even more of her ignorance about Satanism by adding "'The weapon of choice in satanism is a sword. However, if a sword can’t be used, then a long knife, cane or staff may be substituted, according to 'The Satanic Bible.'"
"If indeed Adele was ever a Satanist, she must have been been between the ages of 15 and tops, 21 at the time. So that also brings another question to mind..." "...How does devil worship get perceived by a child? Of the ages 16, 17, 18? To ask 'is this legitimate Satanism?'. As you all know - or don't know - that any Satanic organization, or church, international - not just us (SASC) - will not take any members younger than 18, sometimes younger than 21 years of age. These claims of Satanists then targeting the youth are also false, and again, Christian propaganda." (Swiegelaar, R. (May 6, 2020).).
To hear Rev. Swiegelaar's address debunking of Neveling's propaganda, view the video.