A Christian mother in Cordova, Tennessee, was reported feeling furious after she thought occultist influences were lurking around in her neighborhood and they could mislead little children. Reportedly, Robyn Wilkins took a photograph of the taillights of a school bus, while she was stuck in traffic, as the tail lights appeared to her as inverted five-pointed stars that would form the ancient, occultist pentagram symbol, if enclosed by a circle.
“Anyone who fears a God, if not God and Jesus Christ, should be outraged,” the paranoid mother told a local television channel.
The pentagram is considered a sacred symbol by various ancient faiths and it has been adopted by Satanists and occultists to serve as their holy symbol as well. Wilkins and other worried parents took to social media immediately after to protest against the tail lights that they say are a religious symbol and thus should not be emblazoned on government vehicles.
“If you can’t put a cross on there, you cannot put a pentagram on it,” said Wilkins.
While Wilkins proposed school authorities should replace the pentagram-shaped tail lights with singular red bulbs, Shelby County School District, to which the controversial school bus belongs, refused to comment on Wilkins’ contentions.
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