Decapitated animals used in black magic rituals have been found on Long Island

Garbage bags full of decapitated chickens and goats — likely the grisly remains of animal sacrifice rituals, police said Monday — were discovered on Long Island over the weekend.

An occult specialist who works with authorities in such cases said that animals are often sacrificed against targets as part of black magic rituals.

Animal control agencies contacted police after finding the final remains about 100 feet south of the Northern State Parkway in Melville, Suffolk County.

Suffolk Police said the black sacks contained the decomposing carcasses of five decapitated chickens and two decapitated goats.

A variety of fruits and vegetables – which are also believed to be used in the rituals – have been found nearby.

Garbage bags full of decapitated animals were found near the Northern State Parkway in Melville, Long Island this weekend.
Garbage bags full of decapitated animals were found near the Northern State Parkway in Melville, Long Island this weekend.
Suffolk County SPCA
A decapitated goat found on Long Island.
A decapitated goat found in bags on Long Island.
Suffolk County SPCA
According to police, the animals were likely used in black magic rituals.
According to police, the animals were likely used in black magic rituals.
Suffolk County SPCA

“The Suffolk SPCA has investigated many animal sacrifice cases over the years,” the agency said in a statement.

The organization has worked with occultist Marcos Quinones in investigating similar cases in the past, and he said such discoveries are usually linked to rituals aimed at specific individuals.

The Suffolk SPCA is offering a $2,000 reward for any information leading to a bust in the case.

The perpetrators would be threatened with animal cruelty if they got in the way.

Those with tips are encouraged to call the SPCA at (631) 382-7722.

https://nypost.com/2022/09/12/beheaded-animals-used-in-black-magic-rituals-found-on-long-island/ Decapitated animals used in black magic rituals have been found on Long Island

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