Zeena Schreck Biography
(Visual and musical artist)
Birthday: November 19, 1963 (Scorpio)
Born In: San Francisco, California, United States
Zeena Schreck is an American performer, visual artist, author, photographer, and the founder and the current spiritual leader of the Sethian Liberation Movement (SLM). Presently residing in Berlin, she uses the mononym ‘Zeena’ for her artistic pursuits. Her parents were the co-founders of the Church of Satan and she grew up under constant media glare in the 1960s and 1970s. Her artistic gifts were recognized early in her life and multiple teachers helped her polish that treasure trove of raw talent. In the 1980s, with the advent of the moral panic surrounding satanic ritual abuse, Schreck reluctantly became the church’s spokesperson. She served in the same capacity until 1990 and then she resigned from the church. Subsequently, she adopted Tibetan Tantric Buddhism and later embraced the ancient religious practice of worshipping the Egyptian god Seth. Her personal philosophy has evolved over the course of years, effectively changing her aesthetic sensibilities as well. As an artist, she is a devoted follower of the tradition that imbues mysticism and magic into creativity. She has written books, released albums, both as a solo artist and part of the group Radio Werewolf, made documentaries, and has an extensive body of work as an illustrator, graphic designer, and photographer. After 24-year hiatus from musical performances, Schreck made her return in 2013 at the Wave-Gotik-Treffen music festival.