In the Black Book, Satan instructed his followers to memorize the teachings he dictated, because so much has been "altered." There is hardly any truth remaining anymore. I have found as many of us have in my relationship with Father Satan, he is totally unlike any of the widespread teachings would try to have us believe.

The Demons are not evil. Many specialize in the teaching of "ethics." Ethical beings are not evil. There are many Demons. The Demons are the Original Gods, of whom Satan is the most powerful and important, as he is our Creator God. Satan and the Original Gods were cursed and condemned for giving humanity knowledge. The aliens who pose as the Judeo/Christian “God” seized power and incited their chosen ones to mass murder and destroy anyone who worshipped the Original Gods. Entire cities and peoples were wiped out and temples and shrines were destroyed, along with any remaining written records. As a result, we know very little if any truth concerning the Original Gods. Nearly everything written about them is from the enemy.

This excerpt quote from the Catholic Encyclopedia is very revealing:
In the same way the Greeks and Romans may have worshipped their divinities, fondly believing them to be good. But the Christian Scriptures declare that all the gods of the Gentiles are demons.
Catholic Encyclopedia: Devil Worship

Here is where humanity lost all connection to spirituality. The spiritual emptiness of mainstream religions followed, and ruled through terror. When the control of organized criminal programs weakened, many turned to atheism out of futility with what they mistakenly believed to be spirituality- emptiness and nothingness.

This is why it is important to find things for ourselves, and if possible to share with others. This way we can learn from each other. There is so much more to Satanism that has remained unexplored. Many times when non-Satanists attempt to find things pertaining to our religion, they are misled by lies.

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