Westboro Baptist Church: Satanist Gay ‘Pink Mass’ Ritual Turns Fred Phelps’ Mother Lesbian

A Westboro Baptist Church grave had a Satanist gay “pink mass” ritual performed over it by the Satanic Temple.

As previously reported by The Inquisitr, the Westboro Baptist Church saw a gay couple wedding recently.

The lesbian couple held their wedding ceremony directly across from Westboro Baptist Church as a kind of counter-protest to the usual antics of the Westboro Baptist Church. Now Satanists are targeting the Westboro Baptist Church in similar fashion.

The grave of the mother of Westboro Baptist Church founder Fred Phelps Jr. was the site for a Satanist “pink mass” ritual that claims to turn the spirit of Catherine Johnston gay. The group says the “Satanic Temple now believes that Fred Phelps must believe that his mother is now gay, in the afterlife, due to our Pink Mass… And nobody can challenge our right to our beliefs.”

This candle lit Satanist “pink mass” ritual was comprised of a male couple and a female couple donning devil-horned headdresses, reciting Satanist “scriptures,” and then the homosexual couples “made out” on top of the Westboro grave site.

Westboro spokespeople immediately condemned the Satanic ritual:

“I don’t care whether you’re dancing on a grave, in a hot air balloon, or standing on Mt. Kiliminjaro, homosexuality is a sin. And the punishment fixed for that sin is the death penalty.”

Satanic Temple spokesman Lucien Greaves, who was one of the men who participated in the Satanic ritual on top of the Westboro grave, explained why they performed the pink mass ritual:

“The idea for the Pink Mass ceremony and website came during the aftermath of the tragic Boston Marathon bombings, during which time the WBC were threatening to protest the funerals of the bombing victims. Members of The Satanic Temple were in Boston, waiting for them, but they failed to show. Later, the WBC issued a statement that they had been present ‘in spirit’. We decided that a same-sex couple celebrating ceremony at the grave-site of Fred Phelps’s mother was an appropriate way to meet the Westboro Baptists, ‘in spirit’, but this time on our terms.”

What do you think about the Westboro Baptist Church’s Satanist ritual payback?