Federal Authorities Expose Satanic Pedophile Cult, 764

Satanist Angel Almeida (Justice Department)

Federal authorities have unveiled a dark and sinister underworld, exposing 764, a Satanic pedophile extortion cult stealthily exploiting minors through the internet.

In a chilling revelation, federal authorities have unearthed a Satanic pedophile extortion cult, known as 764, which has been clandestinely targeting minors over the internet.

The discovery was made following the arrest of 23-year-old Angel Almeida from Queens, initially apprehended on gun charges in November 2021.

Almeida, a convicted felon, was charged with possessing a firearm when investigators stumbled upon alarming social media posts that hinted at his involvement in more sinister activities.

The Arrest that Unveiled a Dark World

In February, Almeida faced arraignment at the federal courthouse in Brooklyn, being indicted on charges that included sexual exploitation of a minor and possession of child pornography, in addition to his previous firearm and ammunition charges.

The investigation peeled back layers, revealing 764, a group identified as an offshoot of the larger, older organization known as the Order of Nine Angles (O9A).

The Institute for Strategic Dialogue (ISD), a London-based independent, non-profit human rights organization, has labeled O9A as a “decentralized, Satanic, neo-Nazi organization” with an evil agenda aimed at overthrowing Western governments.

O9A, according to the ISD, perceives the West’s Judeo-Christian heritage as a corrupting influence on modern society and seeks to dismantle it, aspiring to establish a new imperial order grounded in fascism, social Darwinism, and Satanism.

The group encourages its followers to commit random acts of extreme violence, sexual assaults, and the ‘culling’ of human victims to expedite the breakdown of the current Judeo-Christian Western system.

The group’s inception dates back to the early 1970s, crafted by British neo-Nazi David Myatt, who propagated teachings such as “Aeonics,” a belief system that associates each human civilization with a distinct time period.

Followers of Myatt are ingrained with the belief that the present world order is destined to fall, to be subsequently replaced by a militaristic, Nazi-revival society dubbed the “Imperium.”

However, formidable obstacles stand in their path: Judeo-Christian values, democracy, and capitalism. The group staunchly believes these values must be obliterated to pave the way for their grand vision to materialize.

The Vulnerable as Targets

The group’s momentum saw a downturn in the 1990s and early 2000s, only to resurface with a vengeance around 2008 as its adherents infiltrated social media platforms.

Their sinister online presence now poses a colossal threat. Recruiters no longer need face-to-face interactions. Instead, they trap unsuspecting youth through digital platforms like FaceTime, Zoom, or Skype.

The recruitment strategies of the group have notably lured disaffected young men, several of whom have subsequently been convicted of terror offenses in the UK, as reported by the ISD.

These recruits often zero in on vulnerable youth — particularly those within the LGBTQ+ community, racial minorities, and individuals grappling with mental health issues — manipulating them into executing and recording atrocious acts.

The group’s unhinged beliefs, echoed by splinter groups like 764, promote and glorify rape, pedophilia, and murder as mechanisms to dismantle societal norms, according to the Institute.

Angel Almeida, the young man from Queens convicted of being a felon possessing a firearm, seems to align with this pattern.

The FBI Raid

Investigators stumbled upon 764 while delving into Almeida’s social media posts, which were so horrifying that federal authorities filed a superseding indictment, appending charges of child exploitation and enticement of minors.

A search through Almeida’s residence allegedly revealed hundreds of child sex abuse files across four different devices, along with books about O9A and Satanism, according to court documents.

United States Attorney Peace stated, “The defendant’s alleged exploitation of minors has been extremely harmful mentally, emotionally, and physically to his victims. I urge parents and caregivers to have conversations with their children about the dangers of communicating online with strangers and individuals who seek to exploit them.”

Court documents reveal that in September and October 2021, the FBI received tips concerning an individual named Angel Almeida, who allegedly possessed firearms and posted sexually explicit images of children online.

The tipster pinpointed social media profiles utilized by Almeida, including a Facebook account under the profile name “Sargent Grey.” A subsequent review of the Sargent Account and Almeida’s Instagram accounts unveiled photos of him brandishing what appeared to be firearms.

On November 23, 2021, law enforcement executed a search warrant at Almeida’s residence, recovering a 9 mm Taurus handgun that seemed to be the exact firearm with which the defendant had posed.

Horrifying Details Revealed in Court

Almeida, having a 2019 felony conviction in Florida for burglary, was charged in December 2021 with being a felon possessing a firearm.

Moreover, between July 2021 and December 2021, Almeida is accused of enticing a minor, Jane Doe-1, to engage in sexually explicit conduct to produce videos.

From February 2020 to November 2021, Almeida is also accused of enticing another minor, Jane Doe-2, to engage in sexual contact, violating the Mann Act.

Beyond the enticement and coercion charges, Almeida is also charged with possessing child pornography recovered from multiple cell phones.

During a recent appearance in Brooklyn federal court, Almeida, who previously served 18 months in Florida on burglary charges, openly scoffed at the grave allegations against him.

“What the f–k do you even call a minor? You tell me what’s a minor,” he vociferously ranted when Judge Rachel P. Kovner outlined the content of the attempted child exploitation charges.

Almeida faces a mandatory minimum of 15 years imprisonment and could be sentenced to life if convicted.

This case, unfolding against the backdrop of the discovery of the 764 group, highlights the escalation of multifaceted Satanic groups spreading and entrenching American society and throughout the Western world.


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