Black Mass satanic church leader returns "nasty cookie" to Oklahoman Archbishop
Leader of a satanic church sect has returned what he described as a "nasty cookie" to an Oklahoman Archbishop following a lawsuit.Archbishop Paul Coakley filed a lawsuit Wednesday in Oklahoma County District Court against the Dakhma of Angra Mainyu and leader Adam Daniels. Coakley alleged that the group and Daniels unlawfully obtained the consecrated host to be used in the Mass. A consecrated host is a wafer of bread that Catholics believe is the body and blood of Jesus.The group of Satanists had planned to use the communion wafer during a "black Mass" next month.A statement from satanic church leader Daniels explains his reasons for why he returned the wafer: "I, Dastur Adam Daniels, returned this consecrated host to Arch-Bishop Paul Coakley. The reason for this return is based solely on the fact I refuse to waste thousands of dollars fighting over a nasty cookie that some man said a prayer over. The Black Mass of Oklahoma will continue as planned with the original host that has been used since 1666, course black bread. We will moved forward using the Concentration found in Black Mass. Nothing has changed and we will still move forward with worshiping the Devil and blaspheming Gawd in the public square."Mr. Coakley confirmed in a statement Thursday that the communion wafer has been returned with a promise that a Consecrated Host will not be used during any rituals.Coakley says he has agreed to dismiss the lawsuit.