“A Quibble”: Florida Senate Candidate Admits To Drinking Goat Blood

invictus6n-1-web220px-Angora_001Augustus Sol Invictus is not your typical politician. While most politicians are known for kissing babies, Invictus is best known for admitting that he killed a goat and drank its blood in a ritual of thanks after returning from a journey in the Mojave Desert. Invictus changed his former name (which he will reportedly not reveal) to the Latin Sol Invictus (“Unconquered Sun”), which was the official sun god of the Roman Empire and a patron of soldiers. It appears the 32-year-old lawyer is willing to admit that critics got his goat, or at least the story, but insists that people can look beyond a goat-blood drinking Senator. “I did sacrifice a goat. I know that’s probably a quibble in the mind of most Americans. I sacrificed an animal to the god of the wilderness … Yes, I drank the goat’s blood.”

Invictus is the libertarian candidate for the Senate in Florida. His campaign has led to the resignation of the chairman of the Libertarian Party of Florida, Adrian Wyllie, in protest. Invictus has denied allegations that he is trying to lead a civil war or that he is a white supremacist (he notes that he has hispanic children).

However, on the goat thing, he admits that he did the deed but denies that he sadistically dismembered the goat.

Crowley_unicursal_hexagram.svgInvictus is reportedly a follower of Thelema, a religion founded in the early 1900s by Aleister Crowley, an English writer and ceremonial magician. The law of Thelema is “Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the Law. Love is the law, love under will.” Crowley founded the religion after a visit to Egypt in 1904 and said that he was contacted by a “praeterhuman” being that called itself Aiwass and dictated a text known as The Book of the Law or Liber AL vel Legis. There are multiple deities and a touch of the occult in the following.

Now back to Florida. Invictus insists that a little goat sacrifice and blood drinking pales in comparison to what must be done. He has previously said: “The only question is when are the citizens going to start fighting back?” he said in a phone interview Friday. “I don’t think I’m the only person who sees a cataclysm coming, but I think I’m the only person saying it, and I think that scares people.”

What is particularly interesting is that he reportedly renounced his citizenship in an earlier paper and said that he would wander into the wilderness. Well, he is back, a citizen and wants to be a Senator. He has called for “total insurrection”, saying to his followers:

“I do not want you to vote, so much as I want you to wake up. I want you to drop out and tune in. I want you to take LSD and practice sorcery. I want you to listen to trap music and black metal, to learn the law and to break it deliberately, to find your own religion. I want you to learn the use of firearms and subject yourselves to rigorous physical training. I want you to treat your bodies as Holy Temples and to take your girlfriend to a strip club so you can seduce a dancer in the back room. I want you to worship Nature and dance naked in the moonlight ‘round the fire, screaming in ecstatic joy. I want you to revolt. Raise Hell. Break your limitations. Renounce your life and go into the Wilderness, that God may speak to you of things to come.”

Hmmmm. He is certainly not the only Senate candidate to dabble in sorcery. Indeed, even presidential candidates have strived to become witch proof. However, adding sorcery, LSD, and naked dancing to your political pitch may be a bit over the top even from the most creative areas of Florida. That’s the problem with goat blood. Sure it may be spiritually cleansing but it is political poison.

60 thoughts on ““A Quibble”: Florida Senate Candidate Admits To Drinking Goat Blood”

  1. JAG, Good research. I just hope he consumed more than just the goat’s blood. I had my first goat meat in Puerto Rico late in life, about 8 years ago. I love it! Tough to find on a menu in Wisconsin, but can find it in California when we’re out there.

  2. “Whether an American owns one firearm or three is not the concern of the ATF.”- Invictus

    The Oregon shooter would’ve liked this guy, he owned fourteen guns and belonged to a Pagan dating site.

  3. Hispanics love goat meat and probably goats blood. When I lived on the eastern seaboard growing up, our neighbors were Asian and they also drank and cooked pigs blood and used it for gravy.

  4. T.Hall, Lap dances are cash, so you’ll need a receipt from the dancer for that tax break.

  5. he is MORE Libertarian than I would support.. BUT… I like a LOT of what he has to say.
    and just in case you have heard he is a Neo-Nazi.. he’s NOT!!!



    One of the classical visions of America is that of a melting pot in which anyone willing to work can find wealth and opportunity. Unfortunately, this vision has gradually been chipped away by restrictions on immigration and naturalization. American citizenship remains highly desirable, but immigrants today are left with no choice but to enter the country illegally – which often results in immigrants forming insular communities and failing to fully integrate. We would support policies that streamline the process of immigration and naturalization so that immigrants who wish to integrate and work in America can do so with ease.


    Civil Liberties

    Whether an American marries a member of the same sex or of the opposite sex is not the concern of the Government. Whether an American speaks with his wife or his mistress is not the concern of the NSA. Whether an American consumes alcohol or marijuana is not the concern of the DEA. Whether an American owns one firearm or three is not the concern of the ATF. We must restore our civil liberties and limit the power of the Government to interfere with the private affairs of our citizens.



    Economic freedom does not necessitate the destruction of the environment. America can be productive & powerful without polluting the air, water, and soil. The freedom of Americans to pursue their business interests should not mean that we can no longer drink our own water. And where urban sprawl may threaten our American Wilderness, there we must decide which we cherish more: strip malls or our children’s heritage.


  6. Corporate big wigs can write off lap dances. Welfare recipients can use their monthly pay to buy lap dances. You can’t get much more egalitarian than that.

  7. Well now hold on, folks, let’s not be so quick to dismiss this guy. He just might be on to something with this stuff about going to a stripclub. If he would come out in favor of tax breaks for lap dances then I would consider voting for him.

  8. Important to note, I think, that though he is a self-declared libertarian, he has not a member of nor has he been endorsed by the Libertarian Party of Florida. In fact, the Libertarian Party has come out opposing his published rants and disavowing him. I also read yesterday that he’s not even on the ballot yet. Just another of the many wackos who declare for each election cycle. This media attention will probably help him get on the ballot after all.

  9. They could form a caucus, call it the “Satan Caucus”. All meetings would commence with a minor sacrifice of a small mammal. Blood drinking optional.

  10. I grew up in a Polish neighborhood and have eaten Czernina, which is duck’s blood soup. However, that is not part of any ritual, it is the frugality of poor European people who do not waste any part of an animal they kill. Yes, Czernina is an acquired taste.

  11. I LIKE this guy!!!

    He sounds like he is a type of Satanist.
    Which I am also a follower. Satanist/ Atheist…

    I bought Alister Crowley’s book.. The Book of the Law, for my best friend, for his birthday.

    If people would get past the Satanism type beliefs, and past the goats blood, they MIGHT like what
    he is saying and what he stands for.

  12. He’s the Antichrist. Everyone thought it was Obama, haha, fooled you.

    Now make sure you continue to worship your guns on the Black Sabbath.

  13. That goat, pictured in the article, looks like he has some plans of his own for Augustus.

  14. If its all the same to you guys I think I’m stick’en with the energy drink.

  15. Well, there are a lot of people who drink Jesus’ blood on a weekly basis. And an awful lot of chickens get sacrificed, er, I mean butchered, so that they can get eaten at those church potlucks. And think of all of the poor codfish who lose their lives for the annual lutefisk dinners at the various Lutheran churches up in my neck of the woods. And as I think of it, drinking a goat’s blood seems a bit more healthy than consuming all of the lye that manages not to get rinsed out of the lutefisk at the church dinners…

  16. Do not blame the goat blood for any of this guys beliefs or practices. If he wants to go to a strip club and pork women in the back room then direct him to the right places and let him get it on. And when he gets the clap then give him three cheers. Paying to pork should be one of his straight forward campaign platforms. Florida needs cat houses which are legal– at least in some cities. I noticed in Amsterdam that married couples actually fare better when the husband can go to the cathouse on some regular basis for a roll in the hay rather than bother wifey poo. As for the LSD and good blood, I think it is not American. When this guy dies and goes to the Pearly Gates for the interview it will be Golf Day (Wednesday) and Saint Peter will have a stand-in. Sometimes it is a goat. I know this for a fact because I have been there. Dogs can recall such things from prior lives or transitions– humans can’t.

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