For the past two years, I have monitored the Fundamentalist Christian radio and television
For the past two years, I have monitored the Fundamentalist Christian radio
and television shows. A surprising number of ministries and organizations
have demonstrated antipathy towards New Age and Wiccan interests. Below is a
listing of those with whom I have come in contact, either via mail correspon-
dence, or through their appearance on radio and television shows. This should
not in any way be assumed to be a complete list. If you have names,
addresses, or phone #s to add to the list, please do so. I would appreciate
being notified of any other names added to the list so that I can add them to
the files. Thank You.
Rowan Moonstone, P.O. Box 21058, Oklahoma City, OK 73120
[My own notes are in square braces. I keep a smaller collection than Rowan's,
but put the "Best Of" on-line. Some of the rarer and more vicious stuff I'm
still trying to get ahold of. The BBS phone number is (314) 389-9973.
Brad Hicks, 3900 Roland, Apt. B, St. Louis, MO 63121]
Bothered About Dungeons and Dragons (B.A.D.D.)
Pat Pulling, Director
P.O. Box 5513
Rosemary Loyacano, Director
P.O. Box 303
Larkspur, CO 80118
Began as anti Dungeons and Dragons, but is now adding Wicca to its "hit list".
Considerable upgrading of printing quality over the last 2 years, which
probably means they're receiving sufficient contributions to be concerned
about. Have published "Law Enforcement Primers" on "Ritual Child Abuse" and
"Role Playing Games." Publishes by-monthly newsletter _Good News from
B.A.D.D._ Solicits submission of articles dealing with the occult, Satanism,
Witchcraft, as well as D&D from its supporters.
Christian Counseling Association, Inc.
Dr. Roger Burt, President
P.O. Box 713
Van Nuys, CA 91408
VERY anti-Wiccan, anti-Pagan activists. [This man was Thomas Elias's prime
source for the article in CRIMES.TXT - Brad]
Bible Believer's Bulletin
Dr. Peter S. Ruckman
P.O. Box 7135
Pensacola, FL 32514
Primarily anti-Catholic, pro-King James Version Bible. Although they don't
like US much either!
Christian Apologetics Research & Information Service (CARIS)
Jack Roper, Director
P.O. Box 1659
Milwaukee, WI 53201
Published "An Open Letter to the Witchcraft and Magical Community" a few years
ago. [If anybody has one of these, would they forward a copy to me? Brad]
P.O. Box 662
Chino, CA 91710
Without a doubt the MOST unsympathetic views on the Craft I have EVER heard or
seen. Publishes _The Battle Cry_ bi-monthly. $2.40/yr sub. Has much anti-
Catholic literature and such nonsense as "Your Highness" being the proper
title for a High Priestess! [See DARKDUNG.TXT for an adaptation of one of
their "Chick Tracts." A lot of their material seems to have been written by
John Todd Collins - see also JTCINFO.HLP, and JTC1.DOC to JTC5.DOC. Brad]
Christian Counter Attack
P.O. Box 27101
Columbus, OH 43227
Advertises that it fights "cults, occult, Secular Music, and New Age."
Vigorously opposed the "Hands Across America" project last year. Is now
engaged in opposing the "Harmonic Convergence." [These folks seem to get most
of their stuff from Constance Cumbey - Brad]
Cult Awareness Network
Reginald Alev, Director
P.O. Box 608370
Chicago, IL 60626
Advertises an "Anti-Witchcraft" packet of info for $5.00.
Free the Masons Ministries (formerly Saints Alive!)
P.O. Box 1077
Issaquah, WA 98027
Primarily anti-Masonic and anti-Mormon. But now employs Bill Schnoebelen
(aka Christopher Syn), former Wiccan HP of the Alexandrian Trad. [See
SCHNOEBE.TXT - Brad]
In His Palm
Linda Archer, Director
P.O. Box 818
Euless, TX 76039
"Former Witch" who speaks to women's Church organizations and does interviews
on Christian radio shows. Claims that, "One of the things you agree to do
when you become a witch is to sacrifice your children to the devil," and tells
parents, "These people are trying to take your children away from you in the
dark, by stealth, against your will. Don't sit there and take it any more!"
Runs a clipping service for Christian anti-pagan ministers. For $15.00 she
will send you a packet of newspaper articles on Witchcraft, Satanism, and D&D.
Paul Lund, Eagle's Nest Ministries
P.O. Box 9991
Fountain Valley, CA 92728
Wrote an anti-Wicca tract entitled "Witchcraft or ..." Stated goal is to
drive all cult groups underground again, us most definitely included. Works a
lot with "street people" and reformed bikers. [See WAVERLY.TXT - Brad]
Church of God Evangelistic Association
P.O. Box 1073
St. Ann, MO 63074
Anti-New Age. Some interesting publications on the Illuminati. Will send you
a subscription to _Newswatch_ magazine free for 1 year if you write and ask
Southwest Radio Church
P.O. Box 1144
Oklahoma City, OK 73101
Publishes a lot of anti-pagan gloom & doom. Has a nationally syndicated
Christian radio show which has frequent programs dealing with anti-pagan and
anti- New Age stuff. Constance Cumby, Samantha Smith, and Dave Hunt are
frequent guests. Publishes _The Gospel Truth_ monthly. They NEVER take you
off their mailing list as far as I can see.
National Research Institute (Data Center on the New Age)
3095D South Peoria
Aurora, CO 80014
Anti-Wicca, ant- New Age. Publishes _The Trumpet_ bi-monthly, $15/yr.
Voice of Americanism
Dr. Stuart McBirnie
Glendale, CA 91209
Normally very anti-communist only, but he has published a pamphlet called
"Satanism and Witchcraft: Evil Forces on the March."
P.O. Box 1075
Danville, KY 40422
Run by Mike Warnke, former Satanic High Priest. By far the most sane of these
groups. Definitely knows the difference between Satanism and Wicca and admits
Watchmen Alert To Cultic Harrassment (W.A.T.C.H.)
Sue Joyner, Director
P.O. Box 12638
El Paso, TX 79913
Formed a little over 2 years ago. They now have a growing following in the
Southwest. Have published _Be Aware: A Handbook to Expose Occult Activity_
Pointe Publishers, Inc.
Constance Cumby, Director
22317 Kelly Rd.
East Detroit, MI 48021
Organization formed by a Detroit trial lawyer who now engages in writing and
speaking against "occultism and the New Age movement." Publishes the _New Age
Monitor_ bi-monthly for $24/yr.
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