Famous Alt-Right Crowlean-Inspired Occultist Who Drank Goat Blood Arrested On Kidnapping And Firearms Charges

Austin Gillespie is a lawyer who changed his name to Augustus Sol Invictus, became a pagan, and started practicing the Thelemite paganism of Aleister Crowley became famous for a brief course in politics during which he ritually sacrificed and dismembered a goat and drank its blood. He was also arrested on battery charges in July 2017 but was never prosecuted. However, to start the new decade, he was arrested on kidnapping, domestic violence, and weapons charges and may face a heavy prison sentence.

A white nationalist who spoke at the 2017 “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville and once claimed, during a failed campaign for U.S. Senate, to have consumed goat blood, was arrested this week in Florida.

Augustus Sol Invictus, 36, was taken into custody Monday on charges of kidnapping, domestic violence of a “high and aggravated nature” and possession of a firearm during a crime of violence, said Lt. Michael Chavis, a spokesman for the Rock Hill, S.C., police department.

Invictus was arrested on a warrant from that department by Brevard County, Fla., sheriff’s deputies.

According to a redacted Rock Hill police report obtained by Fox News, on Dec. 12 Invictus held a gun to his wife’s “head and forced her to go with him” to Jacksonville, Fla.

“This incident took place in the presence of their children,” the report adds, and “when in Florida [the woman] was able to separate herself from her husband and escape back to Rock Hill with her children.”

Florida officials tracked Invictus to a relative’s home, Brevard County Sheriff’s Office spokesman Tod Goodyear told the Associated Press. He reportedly was taken into custody without incident after leaving a gym.

Chavis said Invictus will be extradited back to South Carolina to face the charges.

During a 2016 Senate bid to unseat U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., Invictus got widespread attention for claiming that he killed a goat and drank its blood as part of a pagan ritual.

“I did sacrifice a goat. I know that’s probably a quibble in the mind of most Americans,” he once told the Associated Press. “I sacrificed an animal to the god of the wilderness… Yes, I drank the goat’s blood.”

Invictus failed, however, to win the nomination from Florida’s Libertarian Party to challenge Rubio. The AP says he has changed his given name — which he declined to reveal in a 2015 interview — to a Latin phrase that means “majestic unconquered sun.”

Invictus, an Orlando-area attorney, has called for violent uprisings, according to the Associated Press. White nationalist Richard Spencer, who organized the deadly Charlottesville rally that refocused attention on the country’s frayed race relations, also has credited Invictus with drafting the core tenets behind the rally, it added.

Jail records show that Invictus is being held without bond and is scheduled to appear in court Jan. 15. (source)

The “alt-right”, which may be better termed as the “neo-nationalist” movement, positions itself to be an “antidote” of sorts to the positions of the political left, but in reality it is just as bad and possibly worse than the left. Shoebat.com has demonstrated how the movement is filled with all types of criminals, murderers, thugs, and other dishonest or just immoral people, and how even positions that would seem to be decent are covers for evil views on ideas such as eugenics.

It is not a surprise that he was convicted eventually, as many of these people either find themselves in trouble with the law at some point. It is all the more reason to stay away from them, since their actions lead to trouble for everybody they become involved with.

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