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Satanic Temple exhibit inside Iowa Capitol building damaged ‘irreparably’

Leaders of the Satanic Temple of Iowa say their exhibit inside the Capitol building in Des Moines was damaged Thursday. Earlier this month, the group installed a display depicting a ram’s head covered in mirrors on a mannequin dressed in red clothing, as a symbol of their right to religious freedom, according to co-founder Lucien Greaves. Temple leaders planned to destroy the display Friday morning. They posted the following message on the group’s Facebook page on Thursday: “This morning we were informed by the authorities that the statue of Baphomet that we were displaying during the holidays had been destroyed beyond repair. We are proud to continue our holiday display for the next few days allotted to us. We ask that, for safety reasons, visitors travel together and use the 7 principles as a reminder of empathy, knowing that justice is being pursued in the right way. , by legal means.Solve and Coagula! Happy Holidays! Hail Satan! » The display drew scorn from Gov. Kim Reynolds, who called it “absolutely reprehensible” and from Republican lawmakers, including one who is pushing for a ban on satanic displays on state-owned property. The Satanic Temple claims to be a federally recognized non-theistic group that uses satanic symbols to convey its message. Their website states that the group does not worship Satan or believe in the existence of Satan. Download the free KCCI app to get updates on the go: Apple | Google PlayGet the latest headlines from KCCI

Leaders of the Satanic Temple of Iowa say their exhibit inside the Capitol building in Des Moines was damaged Thursday.

Earlier this month, the group installed a display depicting a ram’s head covered in mirrors on a mannequin dressed in red clothing, as a symbol of their right to religious freedom, according to co-founder Lucien Greaves.

Temple leaders planned to dismantle the exhibit Friday morning.

They posted the following message on the group’s Facebook page on Thursday:

“This morning, authorities informed us that the statue of Baphomet featured in our holiday exhibition had been destroyed beyond repair. We are proud to continue our holiday display for the next few days allotted to us.

We ask that, for safety reasons, visitors travel together and use the 7 principles as a reminder of empathy, knowing that justice is served the right way, through legal means.

Solve and Coagula! Happy Holidays! Glory to Satan!”

The display drew scorn from Gov. Kim Reynolds, who called it “absolutely reprehensible,” and Republican lawmakers, including one who is pushing for a ban on satanic displays on state-owned property.

The Satanic Temple claims to be a federally recognized non-theistic group that uses satanic symbols to convey its message. Their website states that the group does not worship Satan or believe in the existence of Satan.

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