Walmart, Target, and Amazon all sell books that teach children as young as five how to summon demons


Dubbed a “paranormal parody,” A Children’s Book of Demons aims to teach small children how to summon demons by telling them the names and sigils of demonic entities – sigils being the symbols used in magic, or the pictorial signatures of actual demons.

Published by Koyama Press, based out of Canada, A Children’s Book of Demons contains black and white images of demons that children can color, as well as cartoon images and other attractive elements designed to lure innocent kids into the world of the occult.

The book’s author, Canadian illustrator and occultist Aaron Leighton, describes himself as “a fan of all things occult.” The Toronto resident has written other occult books, including Spirit City Toronto, and says he likes to spend his free time “wrestling with a black cat,” which is pictured on his Facebook profile wearing a black, pointy hat.

A description of A Children’s Book of Demons on Amazon asks children:

“Don’t want to take out the trash tonight? Maybe you’re swimming in homework? Perhaps that big bully is being a real drag? Well grab your coloured pencils and sigil drawing skills and dial up some demons! This paranormal parody is filled to the brim with funny spirits more silly than scary!”

The targeted age range for this 48-page demonic book is 5-10 years, with grade levels ranging from kindergarten to fifth grade.


Image by Ben Kerckx from Pixabay

4 thoughts on “Walmart, Target, and Amazon all sell books that teach children as young as five how to summon demons”

  1. Okay…
    But not really.
    You can also buy holy (type) books.
    My thoughts; who are buying these books when you can find this information (for free) on the internet?

    If we ban the knowledge, what have we become?


  2. The occult and magic can be dangerous, it’s not a game or a subject for 5 year olds. However the simplification that it’s ‘all bad’ is what led to the witch burnings and all manner of evil doings that lasted until relatively recently. There’s a well documented case in the UK during WWII. It says more about politicians than it does about witches. Like everything else in our universe it has it’s bad and good side and that depends as always on the practitioner. The symbol next to my post tells you all you need to know about me. Alchemy is a philosophy not a religion and it is, believe it or not the base on which modern science was built.

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