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What Is Satanism?

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Satanism is the religion of the flesh. Happiness, to the Satanist must be found
here and now. No heaven exists to go to after death and no Hell of burning
punishment awaits the sinner. Strongly attached to our family and close
associations, we make excellent friends. Satanists do not believe that you can
love everyone and treat every person the same. By failing to hate you make
yourself unable to love. Feared by their enemies and loved by their friends,
Satanist's build their stronghold in the community. The term occult means
"hidden" or those things or teachings that are unknown information, knowledge
that is gained beyond the five senses. Therefore, knowledge is received by some
supernatural involvement or connection. Anton LaVey of the first church of Satan
in San Francisco, California, says that "Satanism is a blatantly selfish brutal
religion- It is based on the belief that man is inherently a selfish, violent
creature' that the earth will be ruled by those who fight and win." Satanism
challenges the biblical teachings regarding mans relationship to others. Young
Satanist's believe that the strong will rule with Satan. Power has become an
obsession with young Satanists. It is sought after on the physical, mental, and
spiritual levels. Gaining knowledge that others do not posses is another aspect
of the occult. When an individual has more knowledge it allows them a degree of
power over those who do not have access to that knowledge. The Ouija Board has
proven particularly useful. The Ouija Board is an instrument for communication
with the spirits of the dead. The Ouija Board is an open door into the world of
the occult and demonic activity. Disembodied speak to the living through the
medium of the Ouija Board. This information is believed to be truth from the
other side; Lucifer's delusion to gain our allegiance. Most cases are with
people who have used the Ouija Board. The Ouija Board is the easiest way to
become possessed. The greatest danger of the Ouija is that an individual begins
to place his trust and future hope in the message the board brings. Christians
can offer several reasons as to why one should not be involved in the use of the
Ouija Board. One is simply that the bible condemns it as being involvement in
the occult. And then theirs the fact that the message received is often false
and misleading. According to scripture (Matt 4:9, Rev, 12:19) "Satan's goal is
to deceive man by blinding him to the truth of the gospel and to receive worship
for himself. Satan desires to alter an individuals values and turn them against
themselves, their beliefs, family, God and society. Initiation plays a major
role in group activity. Through initiation an individual is given a chance to
declare total allegiance to Satan by participation. Often one will sever a
portion of a finger or a toe to indicate their commitment. Other acts include
being a participant ritual where mutilation of an animal or person part of the
activity. In some cases a criminal act is perpetrated where the initiate is
involved in a key role. An unholy communion of sorts is taken during the<...

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