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Zeena Schreck
ZeenaSchreck BerlinGalleryWeekend2011.jpg
Zeena Schreck at Contemporary Fine Arts Exhibition, Berlin Germany 2011
Born Zeena Galatea LaVey
(1963-11-19) November 19, 1963 (age 50)
San Francisco, California
Nationality American
Other names Zeena LaVey, Zeena Galatea
Occupation photographer, graphic artist, musician/composer, writer, animal rights activist and religious teacher[1]
Years active 1967–present
Religion Vajrayanist, Sethianism
Website
zeena.eu

Zeena Schreck (born Zeena Galatea LaVey, November 19, 1963) is a Berlin-based American artist, musician, author, animal rights activist, Tantric Buddhist, and the spiritual leader of the Sethian Liberation Movement (SLM), which she founded in 2002.

Early years and personal life[edit]

Zeena Schreck was born in San Francisco, California to Anton LaVey (April 11, 1930 – October 29, 1997), and Diane Hegarty (b. July 10, 1942), co-founders of the Church of Satan. On May 23, 1967, three year old Zeena had the first and most highly publicized Satanic baptism in history performed by her father.[2][3] The ceremony garnered world-wide publicity with a reenactment of the ceremony recorded for The Satanic Mass LP.[4][5] When she was 13 years old she was pregnant[6] and credited learning meditation for getting her through her C-section delivery.[7]

From 1985–1990, she was the High Priestess and spokesperson of the Church of Satan. In 1990 she resigned from the Church of Satan and renounced LaVeyan Satanism.[6][1] Prior to her disavowal of her father's Church of Satan, Zeena became internationally known within the mass media in the 1980s through her active role publicly defending her father's organization against allegations of Satanic ritual abuse.

Zeena is also the former High Priestess of the Temple of Set (2002), and former co-director of the Werewolf Order and Radio Werewolf (1988-1998), which she led with musician and author Nikolas Schreck.

Other members of Zeena Schreck's estranged family include: One son, Stanton Zaharoff LaVey (b. January 18, 1978) and two half siblings by common father: half-sister Karla LaVey (b. July 31, 1952) and half-brother Satan Xerxes Carnacki LaVey (b. November 1, 1993). Schreck has no contact with her family, as stated on her official website: "In 1990, Zeena publicly renounced and exposed the fraudulent personality cult she was born into. Her ex-family and the remaining followers of her deceased con-man father reacted to her resignation by indulging in a typical cult-like character assassination campaign against her. Drawing on her own triumph over these and other dysfunctional family experiences, Zeena, a professional bereavement counsellor, founded SLM’s public outreach program PHOENIX to help others in similar situations."[1]

Mononymous artist name history[edit]

Professionally, Zeena Schreck is better known mononymously as Zeena,[8] in the same fashion as single-named public figures such as musicians Madonna and Björk.

In 1990, after her renunciation of the Church of Satan, Zeena Schreck severed use of her born name "LaVey" and legally changed the last name, for all official matters, to her married name "Schreck".

In a December 30, 1990 open letter to Michael A. Aquino of the Temple of Set, she stated: "In light of all of the factors herein, I also officially severed my given surname [LaVey] and now prefer to be known only as Zeena. As I feel naturally aristocratic, I also have no need for the empty titles of Magistra or High Priestess that have been bandied about and fought over."[9]

The contact page of Zeena's website explains her ongoing use since then of her one-name artist and spiritual name, "Zeena":

"A Note on Nomenclature: Due to the combination of ignorance and malice which characterises so much "information" on the Internet, we are obliged to make a necessary clarification. Although Zeena simply uses her first name for most of her artistic and spiritual pursuits, her legal married name is Zeena Schreck. She has not used her maiden name "LaVey" since 1990. Therefore, please note that the post office has and will continue to return mail addressed to the now non-existent person "Zeena LaVey". Likewise, communications erroneously addressed to "Zeena LaVey" or "Zeena LaVey-Schreck" or any variant using the name LaVey sent to her representatives [...]will not be forwarded to Zeena."[10]

Church of Satan[edit]

Zeena was the spokeswoman and High Priestess within the Church of Satan during the 1980s.[6] During this period, she appeared on television and radio broadcasts, in part to educate about the Church, and in part to debunk the mythology surrounding the Satanic Panic—a period of time in the same era in which Satanism was blamed for the actions of Satanic ritual abuse.[11]

1980s "Satanic Panic"[edit]

In the 1980s the media reported concerns of criminal conspiracies within the Church of Satan. The FBI would later issue an official report refuting the criminal conspiracy theories of this time.[12] This phenomenon became known as the "Satanic Panic". LaVey's daughter Zeena was the spokeswoman and High Priestess within the Church of Satan during the 1980s.[6]

Some of Zeena's groundbreaking work combating media hysteria about Satanism included taking a pro-active stance against the allegations in the media by working with government sectors and law enforcement agencies to educate about the reality of Satanism. In the 1980s Zeena was in regular contact with law enforcement agencies and personnel, including Detective Patrick Metoyer of the LAPD[13] and Robert D. Hicks, law-enforcement specialist with the Virginia Department of Criminal Justice Services and author of several precedent setting treatises[14] including In Pursuit of Satan: The Police and The Occult,[15] In Pursuit of Satan began the wave of authoritative reports debunking the Satanic Panic. Much of what Hicks gleaned from Zeena's dialogs with him was included in this treatise. Prior to Zeena's dialogs and meetings with government agencies, police and law enforcement didn't know, from the Satanist's point of view, what Satanism truly was.

Zeena's regular appearances on national broadcasts defending the Church of Satan began with a specific event. In a September 2011 interview, Zeena states, "In 1985, a US news show called 20/20 accused The Satanic Bible of being responsible for child daycare Satanic ritual abuse, allegations which were new then. [...] I called my father and asked him what his media strategy would be to deal with this catastrophe. Nothing. He didn't care. As far as he was concerned it didn't concern him. It wasn't anything he needed to worry about. He certainly wasn't going out in public to do anything about it. He admitted that many media sources had already contacted him and he was just going to ignore it until it went away. I tried to convince him that this would only get worse if he didn't respond and that he really needed to get someone to answer calls quickly or it would be taken as an admission of guilt or suspicion. Finally he admitted he had no one to deal with interviews or media. I offered to help temporarily until he found someone. This was not what I'd intended to do with my life, I had other plans."[16][17]

From then until her renunciation of the Church of Satan in 1990, Zeena appeared in such nationally syndicated programs as The Phil Donahue Show, Nightline with Ted Koppel, Entertainment Tonight, The Late Show[disambiguation needed], Secrets & Mysteries and the Sally Jessy Raphael Show. The appearances were made at the behest of the Church of Satan as its spokesperson. She did this on behalf of her father Anton LaVey, who was no longer interested in making media appearances, as she stated while being interviewed alongside her husband by televangelist Bob Larson.[18] Zeena became internationally known within the mass media in the 1980s through her active role publicly defending her father's organization against allegations of Satanic ritual abuse and was interviewed in the legendary broadcast of "Devil Worship: Exposing Satan's Underground" released by Geraldo Rivera in 1988.[19] Zeena sat alongside Michael A. Aquino (Temple of Set founder/High Priest), and repeatedly denied the rumors circulating at the time that the Church of Satan was in any way involved with Satanic ritual abuse. She also called the testimony of claimants involved into question, asking them rhetorically why, if people were being forced to give birth to babies for sacrificial rituals, no remains had ever been found.

Toward the end of her time as High Priestess, Zeena also appeared with Nikolas Schreck (not a member of the COS) in an interview with televangelist Bob Larson, during which they both refuted any Satanic criminal ties, and pressed Bob Larson on his own ideals, stating that it was hypocritical of him to endorse such claims by Christians, pointing out the Christian background of many criminals, and violent acts within Christian history, such as the crusades.[18] In 1990, only a few months after this now famous interview, Zeena resigned from the Church of Satan and renounced LaVeyan Satanism.[6] Zeena's Interview on KJTV with Tony Valdez, 1990, was the last interview she granted as public representative and High Priestess of the Church of Satan before resigning.[20][21]

In a March 2013 interview televised by Network Awesome, Zeena spoke for the first time on camera about her experiences with media during the Satanic Panic years.[22]

Zeena's official Web site explains her reasons for abdicating her role as public spokesperson, "In the process of defending the Church of Satan from these unfounded claims in the U.S. mass media, Zeena's media appearances attracted a new upsurge of membership to the formerly moribund organization even as she began to question and ultimately reject the self-centered atheist philosophy she promoted. As she toured the United States on behalf of the Church of Satan, Zeena's crisis of faith reached its highpoint when she learned that most of her father's self-created legend was based on lies and that many of his works were plagiarized. When jealousy and spite motivated Anton LaVey and his administrator Densley-Barton to actually endanger Zeena's life, she could no longer continue to cover up her progenitor's true character in good conscience. This behind the scenes tension should be kept in mind when viewing or hearing Zeena's interviews from that time."[23]

Prior to Zeena's role defending her father's organization during the most heated period of U.S. Christian fundamentalist led Satanic Witch-hunt, there was no voice of opposition and no way for government agencies, the public and law enforcement to know what Satanists believed, from their own point of view. By Zeena being forthcoming with all these sectors, she paved the way for many to follow in her footsteps.

According to Zeena's official homepage, after her resignation in 1990, remaining members of the Church of Satan and her estranged family "reacted to her resignation by indulging in a typical cult-like character assassination campaign against her."[24] Particularly active in the hostility against Zeena were Blanche Barton,[25] Peter H. Gilmore,[26] Peggy Nadramia, Boyd Rice,[27] Lisa Crystal Carver,[28] Daniel Ignace Kapelovitz,[29] Larry Wessel,[30] Stanton and Szandora LaVey,[31] The homepage also states, "Drawing on her own triumph over these and other dysfunctional family experiences, Zeena, a professional bereavement counsellor, founded The Sethian Liberation Movement's public outreach program PHOENIX to help others in similar situations."[24]

Temple of Set and Sethian Liberation Movement[edit]

The Sethian Liberation Movement was founded in 2002 after Zeena Schreck resigned from the Temple of Set with four Masters of the Temple of Set (one Master, Magister Michael Kelly, was also a member of the Council of Nine, the corporate Board of Directors for the California non-profit organization The Temple of Set).[32] Details of the departure were explained in a letter dated November 8, 2002 from the newly departed Temple of Set Council of Nine member to an Adept IIº member regarding the events leading to Zeena's resignation and the founding of the Storm, later renamed the Sethian Liberation Movement.[33]

Shortly after Zeena Schreck resigned from the Temple of Set, a Disinfo listing for the Temple of Set from December 17, 2002 under the heading: 2002 Schism: The Storm Awakens reported, "High Priest Don Webb stepped down, and, on 9 September 2002, was succeeded by High Priestess Zeena Schreck. Six weeks after the Helsinki Conclave (September 2002), Zeena, Magister Aaron Besson, Magister Nikolas Schreck and Magister Michael Kelly all resigned on 8 November 2002. Four Priests Alfred Rodriguez, Kevin Rockhill, Jared Davison and Richard Gavin also resigned. Temple of Set sources have claimed that eighteen Initiates have resigned while others have estimated the number at closer to sixty (including several Orders, Elements, and members of the Adept and Setian degrees)."[32]

In one of the Sethian Liberation Movement's earliest public Frequently Answered Questions documents released, Disinfo referenced it in their post covering the Temple of Seth/Storm schism: "... [the] document defines the new and as-yet unnamed group as ... a loose confederation of Setian Teachers and Students, an alliance of Orders." The group has eschewed the Temple's administrative and non-profit structure, as well as its degree system and titles. "We work together through mutual respect and interest, not through any organizational limitations or restrictions", the FAQ document states. Finally, its founders have sought to avoid the "magical society" structure of post-Theosophy groups: the confederation is "an ongoing Magical Working in which we may participate, a living, dynamic and evolving thing."[34]

Current religious affiliation[edit]

The Nightwatch interviews and the homepage of Zeena Schreck's authorized web site reference Zeena's conversion to Tibetan Tantric Buddhism in the Drikung, Karma Kagyu and Nyingma lineages, as well as her status as the spiritual leader of the Sethian Liberation Movement (SLM).[35][36]

Media appearances — 20th century[edit]

Zeena Schreck, co-producer and narrator of Charles Manson Superstar, at the film's German premiere, Kino Eiszeit Berlin, 30 October 1989.

On May 23, 1967, at the age of three years, Zeena had the most highly publicized Satanic baptism in history performed by her father. Beginning in early childhood, Zeena was subjected to hundreds of sensational, prurient and biased journalistic reports and interviews. Due to her parent's frequent coverage in exclusively adult media, the child Zeena was regularly featured world-wide in tabloid crime and Men's magazines. Author, and Anton LaVey biographer, Burton H. Wolf salaciously described a thirteen-year-old Zeena in his introduction to her father's The Satanic Bible (1976 edition: thirteenth printing, Avon Books) as “Zeena, remembered by people who saw the famous photo of the Satanic Church baptism as a tiny tot, but now a gorgeously developed teenager attracting a growing pack of wolves, human male variety.”.[37][38]

By early adulthood, Zeena was a mainstream public presence in the United States media between 1985-1990 while serving as High Priestess and spokesperson for her father's organization. She appeared regularly on national broadcasts such as The Phil Donahue Show, Nightline with Ted Koppel, Entertainment Tonight, The Late Show, Secrets & Mysteries. Internationally, she appeared in such media presentations as Italy's RAI Mixer show and Toronto’s Industrial Video presentation dedicated to a compilation of Zeena’s TV appearances, ending with a lengthy radio interview for CUIT.[39] Countless unsourced regional television and radio broadcasts of Zeena throughout the United States and Europe are also copiously traded and sold in unauthorized bootlegged collections.

While still High Priestess of the Church of Satan, Zeena wrote the introduction to a reprint of her father's book The Satanic Witch and toured the U.S. promoting her father's work in his absence.[40][41] Most of the appearances were made at the behest of the Church of Satan as its spokesperson. She did this on behalf of her father Anton LaVey, who was no longer interested in making media appearances, as she stated while being interviewed alongside her husband by televangelist Bob Larson.[42]

In 1988, Zeena and Nikolas Schreck appeared in a two-hour special of the Geraldo Rivera Show exploring Satanism.[43] Zeena also appeared on the Sally Jessy Raphael show, again alongside her husband, debating several Christians who were invited onto the program to expound their own religious views.[44]

After leaving the politically motivated media witch-hunt of the U.S. satanic panic, and after she and her husband concluded their collaborative work within the Radio Werewolf magical musical cycle, Zeena declined most interview requests. Her official website states: "Preferring to allow her work to speak for itself and indifferent to public opinion, Zeena has granted only a very few interviews since 1993."[45]

In 1997, Zeena Schreck appeared with her husband while Priestess and Magistra of the Temple of Set to debate, once again, Christian Minister Bob Larson. However, this time she would not appear representing satanism but rather spoke on the topic of Sethianism. Despite the fact that this interview occurred seven years after Zeena and her husband had left the Church of Satan, and that Larson was well aware both guests were in no way affiliated with satanism, he willfully misrepresented them by naming the interview, "Showdown With Satanism".[46]

By the close of the 20th Century, it had been ten years since Zeena permanently renounced the Social Darwinist, Objectivist, Machiavellian Egoism-based LaVeyan satanism within which she was raised. Instead, she pursued ancient religious practices relating to the Egyptian god Seth and Sethianism while continuing to practice traditional tantra and yoga. Her experiences within those two systems, as well as her central role and life's experience in other occult and esoteric milieux, would contribute considerably to the content of her book 'Demons of the Flesh', which she and her husband, co-author Nikolas Schreck, commenced writing at the close of the century.[47]

Media appearances - 21st century[edit]

In 2004 Zeena Schreck was a guest with her husband Nikolas Schreck on The Devil's Advocate radio show to speak about their book Demons of the Flesh: The Complete Guide to Left-Hand Path Sex Magic. In that interview, Zeena also spoke about the Storm (before it had been renamed Sethian Liberation Movement) and its incorporation of the tantric left way practices she writes of in her book.[48][49]

In December 2011 Zeena Schreck spoke about the Sethian Liberation Movement on Nightwatch Radio while also promoting two of her short fiction stories, A Short History of Buddhism in Berlin and Lost and Found: A Fairy Tale of Sethian Awakening, in the literary journal Beatdom released December 2011. According to the Nightwatch interview Zeena Schreck states that the Sethian Liberation Movement (SLM) is not membership based nor a 'group' seeking to fill dues quotas, or something to join but rather a practice.

In the same Nightwatch radio show Zeena Schreck mentions an SLM program called Phoenix for those with short-range spiritual needs. The home page of the authorized web site for Zeena Schreck states that, "Since 2004 Phoenix provides spiritual healing for victims of exploitative pseudo-religious organizations, former gang members, whistle-blowing ex-employees of corrupt corporations and governmental agencies, relatives of the violently mentally ill, and survivors of all forms of institutional abuse, including secretly abused children and spouses of prominent personalities."

In December 2012, Zeena Schreck was invited back to Nightwatch Radio.[50] This time, promoting the 2012 Radio Werewolf release of The Vinyl Solution - Analog Artifacts: Ritual Instrumentals and Undercover Versions CD, the first authorized Radio Werewolf release in 20 years,[24] and Beatdom's Crime issue #12 featuring a vintage portrait of Zeena on the cover and her theatre monologue, “Night Shift, Richmond Station”.[51]

On December 10, 2012, Zeena curated a stream of videos for Network Awesome's Live Music Show, with audio and visual clips arranged in an autobiographical manner.[52]

On March 18, 2013 Network Awesome's daily program opened with an exclusive original production featuring Zeena Schreck's first one-on-one televised interview in 22 years,[53] conducted by artist Jen Ray.[54] Network Awesome spotlighted Zeena with a full day of programming, referencing various facets of her life.[55] Other features in the day's program included archival interviews of Zeena and documentaries relating to her current spiritual pursuits and practices.

Music and Performance Art[edit]

The 8/8/88 Rally[edit]

On August 8, 1988, a large gathering converged on the Strand Theater in San Francisco for the film debut of a 'mockumentary' about Charles Manson. The event, planned and carried out by Nikolas Schreck, was the largest single gathering of this kind in history. Zeena spoke at the beginning of the rally and a film of her baptism was played. In a 2011 interview with Zeena for French music magazine Obsküre, she stated that 8-8-88 "would be the only performance that Nikolas, Evil Wilhelm [the original Radio Werewolf percussionist], and I ever performed live together. That marked the transition point spanning three phases of Radio Werewolf: 1) the Nikolas Schreck/Evil Wilhelm collaboration, 2) the solo Nikolas Schreck phase, and 3) the Nikolas Schreck/Zeena collaboration."[56][57] Also featured were NON, Amok Press and Kris Force, a musician who at the time owned the Strand Theater. Geraldo Rivera's "Devil Worship: Exposing Satan's Underground" film crew filmed the event, as well as interviews with all involved, to use for the network special.[58][59]

Radio Werewolf[edit]

Main article: Radio Werewolf
Zeena Schreck as co-director of Radio Werewolf at the Berlin Independence Days Music Festival, 1989.

From 1988–1993, Zeena was co-director of the experimental sonic magical musical project Radio Werewolf.[60] She served as composer, vocalist, musician and graphic designer on the Radio Werewolf recordings "Songs for the End of the World", "The Lightning and the Sun", "Bring Me The Head of Geraldo Rivera", "These Boots Were Made for Walking", and "Love Conquers All." Her performances were exclusively European-based at that time.[61][62][63]

In 2012, Radio Werewolf released The Vinyl Solution - Analog Artifacts: Ritual Instrumentals and Undercover Versions Compact Disc, the first authorized Radio Werewolf release in 20 years.[24]

Performa 13, New York[edit]

On November 8, 2013, the visual art performance biennial Performa presented Zeena accompanied by New York musician Hisham Bharoocha (first percussion) and Danish musician Anders Hermund (second percussion), for a vocal based work as chant that tapped into the ritual use of sacred syllables from Vajrayana, Shaktism and Sethian-Typhonian left-way tantric practices, "originating from emptiness, gradually transforming into a sound and voice collage on a stage set design by Frank Haines."[64] This was Zeena’s first performance granted to her native country since her expatriation to Europe in 1990.

In an October 22, 2013 Nightwatch Radio interview, Zeena explains how she incorporated matras as a medium and art form for the performance. [65] David Sanderson described the event, "Jingling bells and padded footsteps echoed in the darkness. The curtains silently parted, dramatically revealing an electrified, vermilion environment. Dead center, with hands held in the Mudra position, stood the seemingly twenty-foot tall goddess Zeena. With a painted gong behind her, Bharoocha and Hermund adorned her sides. Bharoocha lit incense that swept through the audience as Zeena’s commanding gaze pierced us all (everyone I talked to after the show swore she was staring directly at them)."[66]

Discography[edit]

Composer/Performer for Radio Werewolf[edit]

  • The Lightning and the Sun, Vinyl Mini LP 1989 Radio Werewolf, Unclean Productions ASIN: B000XV7U6I
  • Bring Me the Head of Geraldo Rivera, Vinyl Mini LP 1990 Unclean Production ASIN: B001EBFUXG
  • Songs for the End of the World, CD 1991 Radio Werewolf, Gymnastic Records, ASIN: B001EB9JFG
  • Witchcraft/Boots, Vinyl Double-cover 12" Maxi Single 1991 Radio Werewolf, Unclean Production ASIN: B001EBDQXM
  • Love Conquers All, CD 1992 Radio Werewolf, Gymnastic Records, ASIN: B000025TGE
  • The Vinyl Solution- Analog Artifacts: Ritual Instrumentals and Undercover Versions, CD ISBN 0-609224511905

Producer[edit]

  • Christopher Lee Sings Devils, Rogues & Other Villains (From Broadway To Bayreuth And Beyond), 1996 Wolfslair, Inc., Co-Produced with Nikolas and Zeena Schreck, ASIN: B004GL0VRQ
  • 5,000 Years of the God Set, 1997 Wolfslair, Inc./2012 Kaliyuga Clearing House, Producer Zeena Schreck, no ASIN
  • Charles Manson Superstar (co-producer/narrator), 1989, film documentary, director/producer: Nikolas Schreck)

Other Recordings[edit]

  • Georges Montalba - Pipe Organ Favorites & Fantasy in Pipe Organ and Percussion, 2001 Hit Thing, digipack booklet includes an article written by Zeena Schreck with her archival photos, graphics and the last photo together of her and her father, ASIN: B001K2GGTG
  • Zeena [LaVey] Radio interviews: Three Volume Set, 1989 The Black House, no ASIN
  • Zeena Speaks on the Death of Anton LaVey, 1998 Wolfslair, Inc./2012 Kaliyuga Clearing House, no ASIN
  • X - Zero (Track: Hymn To The Great Grand Goat), Vinyl LP 1998 Musicus Phÿcus, no ASIN

Recordings About Zeena[edit]

  • The Satanic Mass, 1968 Murgenstrumm Records / re-released on CD, 1994 Amarillo Records / 2001 Mephisto Media. Contains a reenactment of Zeena Schreck's historic satanic baptism. ASIN: B000172L86

Film and books[edit]

Zeena's book Demons of the Flesh, The Complete Guide to Left Hand Path Sex Magic, co-authored with Nikolas Schreck, deals heavily with the subject of sex magic and the worship of the feminine in Eastern Tantra, pagan ritualism, Christianity, and western occultism.[67]

Zeena was co-producer, provided all the female voices in the narration for the Video Werewolf documentary Charles Manson Superstar, as well as contributing in part some of the background music on the film.[68]

Zeena is a frequent contributor to the literary journal Beatdom.

Filmography[edit]

  • Usher (plays Sapphic Poetess) 2000, director: Curtis Harrington
  • Charles Manson Superstar (co-producer/narrator), 1989, film documentary, director/producer: Nikolas Schreck)
  • Speak of the Devil (as herself - uncredited) 1998, film documentary, directors: Nick Bougas/A. Wyatt Mann, Adam Parfrey/Feral House)
  • Showdown with Satanism (as herself) 1997 Bob Larson Ministries Dokumentary Video, USA ASIN: B001O0VW98
  • You May Be Sitting Next to a Satanist, (as herself) 1997 Dokumentary Video, directors: Alanté & Antoine Simkine, French
  • The Zurich Experiment (performer/producer/director) 1992 Music Video/documenatry, Video Werewolf Inc., Vienna, Austria
  • Germania: The Theory of Ruins, (producer/director/photographer) 1992 Docu-art video, Video Werewolf Inc., Vienna, Austria
  • The First Family of Satanism (as herself) 1990 Documentary, Bob Larson Ministries, USA
  • Ragnarok, 1990 (Producer/director) Video documenatary, Video Werewolf Inc, USA
  • The 80s: Satan's Seed Strikes Back [Alternate title: Zeena vs. Ignorance], Interview compilation video 1989 The Black House, USA
  • Satanis: The Devil's Mass,(as herself) 1968 Film documentary, director: Ray Laurent USA, Something Weird Video, ASIN: B000093NSP
  • The Wonderful World of Brother Buzz (as herself) 1965 Children's television program, San Francisco, USA

Publications[edit]

  • Nikolas Schreck & Zeena Schreck, Demons of the Flesh: A Complete Guide to Left-Hand Path Sex Magic, Creation Books, 2002
  • Zeena Schreck, Jeremy Reed, [et al], Straight to Hell: 20th Century Suicides, Heaven's Gate Chapter, Creation Books, 2004
  • Zeena Schreck, [et al], Beatdom Religion issue #10 "A Short History of Buddhism in Berlin" & "Lost and Found: A Fairy Tale of Sethian Awakening", 2011
  • Zeena Schreck, [et al], Beatdom Nature issue #11 "Liberation Under the Snow Moon", 2012
  • Zeena Schreck, [et al], Beatdom Crime issue #12, Cover photo and theater monologue "Night Shift, Richmond Station" 978-1481801836

Published Illustrations & Graphic Design[edit]

  • The Manson File: Myth and Reality of an Outlaw Shaman, World Operations, 2011
  • LeDossier Manson, Camion Noir, 2011
  • Demons of the Flesh: The Complete Guide to Left-Hand Path Sex Magic, 2002
  • Kabbalah, Qliphoth and Goetic Magic, Ajna, 2004
  • The Exit Collection, Tacit, 1998
  • Songs for the End of the World CD booklet, Gymnastic Records, 1991 ASIN: B001EB9JFG
  • Witchcraft/Boots, Unclean Production, 1991 ASIN: B001EBDQXM
  • Bring Me the Head of Geraldo Rivera, Unclean Production, 1990 ASIN: B001EBFUXG

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "Home: The Official Zeena Schreck Website". The Official Zeena Schreck Website. Zeena. Retrieved 26 July 2012. 
  2. ^ "Clip of 1989 Sally Jesse Raphael Halloween Show with Zeena Schreck providing a concise explanation of what her Satanic baptism was; begin at 01:40:". 
  3. ^ http://www.corbisimages.com/stock-photo/rights-managed/U1556387/satanist-anton-lavey-baptising-daughter
  4. ^ "The Satanic Mass/Zeena's Baptism Track A9 go to 3:42". 
  5. ^ "The Satanic Mass, Track A9 (Zeena's Baptism)". Murgenstrumm, 1968 Vinly LP. 
  6. ^ a b c d e Annette Lamothe-Ramos. "Beelzebub's Daughter". Vice Magazine. Vice Media Inc. Retrieved 26 July 2012. 
  7. ^ Zeena: "When I became pregnant at 13, I began learning meditation since I had to find a way of getting through labor; I had to be awake during the [C-section] surgery."
  8. ^ "2013 Performa-13 Art Exhibit describes Zeena Schreck as "known by her mononymous artist name, ZEENA."". 
  9. ^ Zeena LaVey (30 December 1990). "Letter from Zeena LaVey to Michael Aquino". Skeptic Tank Files. The Skeptic Tank. Retrieved 26 July 2012. 
  10. ^ "Contact:The Official Zeena Schreck Website". The Official Zeena Schreck Website. Zeena. Retrieved 26 July 2012. 
  11. ^ "KJTV Interviews Zeena LaVey". 1987.
  12. ^ "1992 FBI Report on Satanic Ritual Abuse, Kenneth V. Lanning". 
  13. ^ "Zeena's Interview on KJTV with Tony Valdez, 1990, before resigning wherein she speaks specifically about working with Det. Pat Metoyer.". 
  14. ^ "Cult Crime Network listing for Robert D. Hicks citing writings from the time Hicks was in dialog with Zeena.". 
  15. ^ "Prometheus Press, 1991. In Pursuit of Satan, Zeena's correspondence cited. Prometheus Press, 1991-ISBN 0-87975-604-7". 
  16. ^ "Nikolas & Zeena Schreck original interview for Obsküre Magazine Sept 2011". 
  17. ^ "Interview with Zeena Schreck from Obsküre Magazine [in English] by Maxime Lachaud, September 2011". 
  18. ^ a b ""The First Family of Satanism"". 1989.
  19. ^ "Devil Worship: Exposing Satan's Underground". October 22, 1988.
  20. ^ "Network Awesome program listing for Zeena Schreck/Tony Valdez Interview - Category "Talk Show: The First Family of Satanism"". 
  21. ^ "1990 Zeena Schreck Interview on KJTV with Tony Valdez". 
  22. ^ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hurX8Tp3Mys
  23. ^ "1990 Zeena Schreck Interview collection". 
  24. ^ a b c d http://www.zeena.eu/
  25. ^ "Blanche Barton tirade on Zeena Schreck to the Village Voice". 
  26. ^ "One of many examples of Peter Gilmore spreading unverifiable rumor and innuendo about Zeena and Nikolas Schreck". 
  27. ^ "Boyd Rice's official website". 
  28. ^ "Drugs Are Nice by Boyd Rice's wife Lisa Crystal Carver, 2005 ISBN#1932360948". 
  29. ^ "Bizarre Magazine, May 2005 interview with Zeena's son and daughter-in-law Stanton and Szandora LaVey by Boyd Rice music producer Daniel Kapelovitz". 
  30. ^ "Example in content of Larry Wessel's documentary of Boyd Rice, Iconoclast, 2010 WesselMania". 
  31. ^ "Bizarre Magazine, May 2005 interview with Zeena's son and daughter-in-law Stanton and Szandora LaVey by Boyd Rice music producer Daniel Kapelovitz". .
  32. ^ a b Alex Burns (17 December 2002). "The Temple of Set". Disinformation. The Disinformation Company Ltd. Retrieved 26 July 2012. 
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