The organization of the Satanic Temple affirmed that Netflix and Warner Bros. had copied the image of Baphomet, a winged figure, half man, half goat that has been adored by several hidden groups – in its program "The chilling adventures of Sabrina".
A reproduction of the figure appeared in four episodes of the show without the group's permission, the group said.
But the leader of the group said that the demand had already been resolved and that "the unique elements of the Baphomet statue of the Satanic Temple" will be recognized in the credits of the episodes of the program.
"Many people immediately supported our copyright claim," wrote Greaves. "However, there were also a large number of people who flooded us with legal analysis of hate mail and chairs."
The details of the agreement, even if it was a financial compensation, were not disclosed in the statement, and neither Netflix nor Warner Bros. responded immediately to CNN's request for comment.
"The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina" is a fantasy drama starring Kiernan Shipka as a teenager from a family of witches.
Greaves was particularly distressed by the show's performance in the show, and he wrote on Twitter that he was "appropriating our copyrighted monument design to promote his satanic panic fiction."
He suggested that the group was being discriminated against, adding: "I'm surprised that someone is confused as to why we would seek a legal remedy on Sabrina using our monument." Would they be so sympathetic to a fictional show that he used a royal mosque as the The headquarters of a terrorist cell? A fictional account of Blood Libel that involves Jews from the real world?
The Satanic Temple is a group based in Salem, Massachusetts, which says its mission is to "encourage benevolence and empathy among all people." The members do not worship Satan, the group says.
The figure of Baphomet was associated with the 12th century Catholic military order, the Knights Templar, and has since been worshiped by occultists, including Aleister Crowley.