Interviews with Venus Satanas

Various interviews from Satanists and occultist personalities, collected throughout the years, where I have discussed my work and interests in Satanism:

Kerrang Radio, 2008

I have been interviewed by others who are interested in my work in Satanism. My first interview was on radio; on January 29, 2008, Amy Jones from Kerrang Radio interviewed me on the topic of Satanism.

MagicNexus.com

My interview at MagicNexus.com a social networking site for people who practice magic and witchcraft. First published in Nov 23, 2008, grabbed from the internet archive and reprinted at the SpiritualSatanist Blog. Visit: MagicNexus Interview with Venus Satanas

Sinfully Delicious Magazine

Fun interview with Nicholas Walls of the Sinfully Delicious Magazine Sinfuly Delicious, February 7, 2009, grabbed from the internet archive and reprinted at the Spiritual Satanist Blog.

The Asmoday Experiment

Another great interview was at the blog The Asmoday Experiment, titled ‘Profile of a Darkworker, Venus Satanas’ on January 23rd, 2009.

Warlock Asylum

The Occultist and musician Warlock Asylum interviewed me some time ago on his blog, and it is still one of my favorite interviews to date! Here is a link:Warlock Asylum’s interview with Venus Satanas

Sin Jones, 2012

My interview with Sin Jones was also one of my favorites; we covered important topics relating to modern Satanism..Watch it here: Poison Apple Radio with Sin Jones

Blood and Love, Satanism and Music

I was also interviewed by the owner of the blog Blood and Love on the topic of Satanism and music. You can read all about it here (only an image is available since the site is down):Blood and Love: Venus Satanas the Pioneer

Miss Mona Magick

If you have Itunes, you can listen to the interview that Mona Magick did with me a few years ago, it is very enlightening! Scroll down to episode 36:Venus Satanas: Independent Satanism

Carmilla Ravencraft’s Theistic Satanism Page

Interview in August 2017 with the theistic Satanist and occultist Carmilla Ravencraft. This was an enjoyable interview where we discussed experiments in magic and summoning, feminism in Satanism, and my journey as a Spiritual Satanist. Please note that her blog isn’t around anymore but I’ve reprinted the interview here:  Carmilla Ravencraft Interviews Venus Satanas

 

Other Relevant Mentions:

Satanism The Acid Test v01 03 – Alternate Religions & Subcultures Demystification Project, “Independent Satanism” [PDF Link]

Jesper Aa. Petersen – “Bracketing Beelzebub: Satanism studies and/as boundary work”
Paper presented at the 1st intl. conference on Contemporary Esotericism,
Stockholm University, August 27-29, 2012 [Link]

Contemporary Esotericism
Historical Growth and Development of Satanism and the Challenge of the Church towards Satanism
Calvary Bible College 5 may 2015
Authors: Egil Asprem, Kennet Granholm [PDF Link]

Alternative Spirituality and Religion Review
The Devil’s Demographics Changes in the Satanic Milieu, 2001–2009
Volume 2, Issue 2, 2011
Author: JR Lewis [Link]

The Cambridge Companion to New Religious Movements
Edited by Olav Hammer, Mikael Rothstein

The Seeds of Satan: Conceptions of Magic in Contemporary Satanism
Author: Jesper Aagaard Petersen
Source: Aries, Volume 12, Issue 1, pages 91 – 129 Publication Year : 2012

The Invention of Satanism, Oxford University Press
Authors: A Dryendal, JR Lewis, JA Peterson, 2015

Would you like to interview me?

Contact me here: Email Venus Satanas

I am open for interviews as long as the show, blog or presentation offering the interview is something that is occult related. The reason for this is because I like to keep my interviews topical, and it is fun to be interviewed by others who are actually involved with the occult.

Please note that I am likely to decline interviews with radio shows or blogs that offer a [mostly] christian presentation; I don’t think that you will convert me and I am not really interested in debating the existence of Satan. But if you would like to discuss Satanism, Satanic culture or my journey in Satanism, drop me a line.