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Satanisten

Wenn man heutzutage das Wort Satanismus hört, dann fällt den meisten sofort das umgedrehte Kreuz und das satanistische Mörderpaar von. Melanie ist eine von ungezählten weil statistisch nicht erfassten Frauen, die in eine satanistische Sekte hineingeboren wurden – an einem ganz normalen Ort. Satanist ist Satanist. Nee! Das sind quasi zwei Paar Schuhe. Oder drei oder vier oder mehr. Es gibt so viele verschiedene Arten von Satanismus.

Satanisten „Wir wollen den Satanismus gesellschaftsfähig machen“

Als Satanismus werden verschiedene Bewegungen bezeichnet, die sich positiv auf Satan bzw. auf das gesellschaftlich als Böse Angesehene beziehen. Sie stehen nicht unbedingt miteinander in Verbindung. Als literarische Strömung ist Satanismus seit. Region Rhein-Main – Verwüstete Gräber, schwarze Messen, blutige Tieropfer – geht es nach Rhein-Mains Satanisten sind das alles Klischees. Es gibt zwei Sorten von Satanisten: Diejenigen, die den Teufel als Gottheit verehren und diejenigen, die eine (mehr oder weniger) atheistische. Melanie ist eine von ungezählten weil statistisch nicht erfassten Frauen, die in eine satanistische Sekte hineingeboren wurden – an einem ganz normalen Ort. Ihr Anführer Charles Manson sah in sich Jesus und Satan vereinigt. Heute ist Satanismus für Michael Utsch von der Evangelischen Zentralstelle. Trump hat einen mächtigen Gegner herausgefordert: den Teufel persönlich. Seit er regiert, sind die Satanisten im Aufwind – handeln aber oft. „Luzifer ist für sie der eigentliche Beherrscher der Welt“, verdeutlichte Hahn. Opfer seien vor allem Kinder aus satanistischen Familien.

Satanisten

Region Rhein-Main – Verwüstete Gräber, schwarze Messen, blutige Tieropfer – geht es nach Rhein-Mains Satanisten sind das alles Klischees. Trump hat einen mächtigen Gegner herausgefordert: den Teufel persönlich. Seit er regiert, sind die Satanisten im Aufwind – handeln aber oft. Wenn man heutzutage das Wort Satanismus hört, dann fällt den meisten sofort das umgedrehte Kreuz und das satanistische Mörderpaar von.

In most of these cases, there is no corroborating evidence that any of those accused of Satanism were actually practitioners of a Satanic religion or guilty of the allegations leveled at them.

Since the 19th century, various small religious groups have emerged that identify as Satanists or use Satanic iconography.

Satanist groups that appeared after the s are widely diverse, but two major trends are theistic Satanism and atheistic Satanism. Theistic Satanists venerate Satan as a supernatural deity , viewing him not as omnipotent but rather as a patriarch.

In contrast, atheistic Satanists regard Satan as merely a symbol of certain human traits. Contemporary religious Satanism is predominantly an American phenomenon, the ideas spreading elsewhere with the effects of globalization and the Internet.

Lewis , and Jesper Aa. Petersen stated that the term Satanism "has a history of being a designation made by people against those whom they dislike; it is a term used for ' othering '".

Elsewhere, Petersen noted that "Satanism as something others do is very different from Satanism as a self-designation". In , the Italian sociologist Massimo Introvigne suggested defining Satanism with the simultaneous presence of "1 the worship of the character identified with the name of Satan or Lucifer in the Bible, 2 by organized groups with at least a minimal organization and hierarchy, 3 through ritual or liturgical practices.

The word "Satan" was not originally a proper name but rather an ordinary noun meaning "the adversary"; in this context, it appears at several points in the Old Testament.

The word "Satanism" was adopted into English from the French satanisme. Historical and anthropological research suggests that nearly all societies have developed the idea of a sinister and anti-human force that can hide itself within society.

Another contributing factor to the idea of Satanism is the concept that there is an agent of misfortune and evil who operates on a cosmic scale, [22] something usually associated with a strong form of ethical dualism that divides the world clearly into forces of good and forces of evil.

As Christianity expanded throughout the Middle East , North Africa , and Europe, it came into contact with a variety of other religions, which it regarded as " pagan ".

Christian theologians claimed that the gods and goddesses venerated by these "pagans" were not genuine divinities, but were actually demons.

Those Christian groups regarded as heretics by the Roman Catholic Church were treated differently, with theologians arguing that they were deliberately worshipping the Devil.

References to this group continued into the fourteenth century, although historians studying the allegations concur that these Luciferians were likely a fictitious invention.

Within Christian thought, the idea developed that certain individuals could make a pact with Satan. Here, he stated that people who consulted augurs were entering " quasi pacts " covenants with demons.

As the late medieval gave way to the early modern period , European Christendom experienced a schism between the established Roman Catholic Church and the breakaway Protestant movement.

In the ensuing Reformation and Counter-Reformation , both Catholics and Protestants accused each other of deliberately being in league with Satan.

The early modern period also saw fear of Satanists reach its "historical apogee" in the form of the witch trials of the fifteenth to the eighteenth centuries.

In seventeenth-century Sweden, a number of highway robbers and other outlaws living in the forests informed judges that they venerated Satan because he provided more practical assistance than God.

During the eighteenth century, gentleman's social clubs became increasingly prominent in Britain and Ireland, among the most secretive of which were the Hellfire Clubs , which were first reported in the s.

The French Revolution of dealt a blow to the hegemony of the Roman Catholic Church in parts of Europe, and soon a number of Catholic authors began making claims that it had been masterminded by a conspiratorial group of Satanists.

In the early 20th century, the British novelist Dennis Wheatley produced a range of influential novels in which his protagonists battled Satanic groups.

Other publications made allegations of Satanism against historical figures. The s saw the publication of the Romanian Protestant preacher Richard Wurmbrand 's book in which he argued—without corroborating evidence—that the socio-political theorist Karl Marx had been a Satanist.

At the end of the twentieth century, a moral panic developed around claims regarding a Devil-worshipping cult that made use of sexual abuse, murder, and cannibalism in its rituals, with children being among its victims.

Sociologist of religion Massimo Introvigne, [66]. One of the primary sources for the scare was Michelle Remembers , a book by the Canadian psychiatrist Lawrence Pazder in which he detailed what he claimed were the repressed memories of his patient and wife Michelle Smith.

Smith had claimed that as a child she had been abused by her family in Satanic rituals in which babies were sacrificed and Satan himself appeared.

The allegations resulted in a lengthy and expensive trial , in which all of the accused would eventually be cleared. A prominent aspect of the Satanic Scare was the claim by those in the developing "anti-Satanism" movement that any child's claim about Satanic ritual abuse must be true, because children would not lie.

The Satanic ritual abuse hysteria died down between and Federal Bureau of Investigation , Ken Lanning , revealed that he had investigated allegations of Satanic ritual abuse and found no evidence for Satanism or ritualistic activity in any of them.

From the late seventeenth through to the nineteenth century, the character of Satan was increasingly rendered unimportant in Western philosophy and ignored in Christian theology, while in folklore he came to be seen as a foolish rather than a menacing figure.

The shifting view of Satan owes many of its origins to John Milton 's epic poem Paradise Lost , in which Satan features as the protagonist.

The nineteenth century saw the emergence of what has been termed "literary Satanism" or "romantic Satanism". Among the romanticist poets to adopt this view of Satan was the English poet Percy Bysshe Shelley , who had been influenced by Milton.

Radical left-wing political ideas had been spread by the American Revolution of —83 and the French Revolution of —99, and the figure of Satan, who was interpreted as having rebelled against the tyranny imposed by God, was an appealing one for many of the radical leftists of the period.

During the s and s, several rock bands—namely the American Coven and the British Black Widow —employed the imagery of Satanism and witchcraft in their work.

Satanism would come to be more closely associated with the subgenre of black metal , [] in which it was foregrounded over the other themes that had been used in death metal.

In contrast to King Diamond, various black metal Satanists sought to distance themselves from LaVeyan Satanism, for instance by referring to their beliefs as "devil worship".

Religious Satanism does not exist in a single form, as there are multiple different religious Satanisms, each with different ideas about what being a Satanist entails.

Dyrendal, Lewis, and Petersen believed that it was not a single movement , but rather a milieu.

Dyrendal, Lewis, and Petersen argued that the groups within the Satanic milieu could be divided into three groups: reactive Satanists, rationalist Satanists, and esoteric Satanists.

The first person to promote a Satanic philosophy was the Pole Stanislaw Przybyszewski , who promoted a Social Darwinian ideology. The use of the term "Lucifer" was also taken up by the French ceremonial magician Eliphas Levi , who has been described as a "Romantic Satanist".

Levi was not the only occultist who wanted to use the term "Lucifer" without adopting the term "Satan" in a similar way.

Both during his life and after it, the British occultist Aleister Crowley has been widely described as a Satanist, usually by detractors.

Crowley stated he did not consider himself a Satanist, nor did he worship Satan, as he did not accept the Christian world view in which Satan was believed to exist.

In , an esoteric group known as the Brotherhood of the Golden Arrow was established in Paris , France by Maria de Naglowska , a Russian occultist who had fled to France following the Russian Revolution.

In , a Satanic group based in Toledo, Ohio , part of the United States, came to public attention.

Called the Our Lady of Endor Coven , it was led by a man named Herbert Sloane, who described his Satanic tradition as the Ophite Cultus Sathanas and alleged that it had been established in the s.

None of these groups had any real impact on the emergence of the later Satanic milieu in the s. Anton LaVey , who has been referred to as "The Father of Satanism", [] synthesized his religion through the establishment of the Church of Satan in and the publication of The Satanic Bible in LaVey's teachings promoted "indulgence", "vital existence", "undefiled wisdom", "kindness to those who deserve it", "responsibility to the responsible" and an " eye for an eye " code of ethics, while shunning "abstinence" based on guilt, "spirituality", "unconditional love", "pacifism", "equality", " herd mentality " and " scapegoating ".

In LaVey's view, the Satanist is a carnal, physical and pragmatic being—and enjoyment of physical existence and an undiluted view of this-worldly truth are promoted as the core values of Satanism, propagating a naturalistic worldview that sees mankind as animals existing in an amoral universe.

LaVey believed that the ideal Satanist should be individualistic and non-conformist, rejecting what he called the "colorless existence" that mainstream society sought to impose on those living within it.

The sociologist James R. Lewis noted that "LaVey was directly responsible for the genesis of Satanism as a serious religious as opposed to a purely literary movement".

Bromley calls it " iconoclastic " and "the best-known and most influential statement of Satanic theology. Gallagher says that Satanists use LaVey's writings "as lenses through which they view themselves, their group, and the cosmos.

A number of religious studies scholars have described LaVey's Satanism as a form of "self-religion" or "self-spirituality", [] with religious studies scholar Amina Olander Lap arguing that it should be seen as being both part of the "prosperity wing" of the self-spirituality New Age movement and a form of the Human Potential Movement.

Lewis even described LaVeyan Satanism as "a blend of Epicureanism and Ayn Rand 's philosophy, flavored with a pinch of ritual magic.

Prominent Church leader Blanche Barton described Satanism as "an alignment, a lifestyle". Practitioners do not believe that Satan literally exists and do not worship him.

Instead, Satan is viewed as a positive archetype embracing the Hebrew root of the word "Satan" as "adversary", who represents pride , carnality , and enlightenment , and of a cosmos which Satanists perceive to be motivated by a " dark evolutionary force of entropy that permeates all of nature and provides the drive for survival and propagation inherent in all living things".

Moreover, Satan also serves as a metaphorical external projection of the individual's godhood. LaVey espoused the view that "god" is a creation of man, rather than man being a creation of "god".

In his book, The Satanic Bible , the Satanist's view of god is described as the Satanist's true "self"—a projection of his or her own personality—not an external deity.

LaVey explained that the gods worshipped by other religions are also projections of man's true self. He argues that man's unwillingness to accept his own ego has caused him to externalize these gods so as to avoid the feeling of narcissism that would accompany self-worship.

Gilmore , further expounds that " Satan is a symbol of Man living as his prideful, carnal nature dictates [ We see ourselves as being these Satans; the adversaries, opposers and accusers of all spiritual belief systems that would try to hamper enjoyment of our life as a human being.

After LaVey's death in , the Church of Satan was taken over by a new administration and its headquarters were moved to New York.

She continues to run it out of San Francisco, California. The Satanic Temple is an American religious and political activist organization based in Salem, Massachusetts.

The organization actively participates in public affairs that have manifested in several public political actions [] [] and efforts at lobbying , [] with a focus on the separation of church and state and using satire against Christian groups that it believes interfere with personal freedom.

The Satanic Temple does not believe in a supernatural Satan, as they believe that this encourages superstition that would keep them from being "malleable to the best current scientific understandings of the material world".

The Temple uses the literary Satan as metaphor to construct a cultural narrative which promotes pragmatic skepticism, rational reciprocity, personal autonomy, and curiosity.

Theistic Satanism also known as traditional Satanism, Spiritual Satanism or Devil worship is a form of Satanism with the primary belief that Satan is an actual deity or force to revere or worship.

Und das trifft wohl auf jeden Menschen zu. Denn kein Mensch ist ohne Schuld und Sünde. Satanisten jubeln, aber nur so lange bis sie selbst von diesem chinesischen Covid Virus infiziert.

Meist sind Licht und Finsternis auf Erden verwischt und gemischt, die Unterscheidung der Geister oft nicht einfach. Es wird ein Urteil über viele.

Auch in Europa. Die Linken in Ihrem Hass dürften nun genau das den Leuten zeigen, was entscheidend ist: hier sind machtgeile, abgebrühte und herzloseLEute am Werk.

Solche Leute sind nicht populär und werden nicht gewählt. Diese Satanisten sollten sich lieber bekehren, bevor es für sie zu spät ist!

Ihr Leben hat ein Ablaufdatum, und ohne Bekehrung müssen sie bei ihrem Tod ihrem Chef begegnen, dem sie gedient haben.

Vor Schreck über dessen Hässlichkeit und Hass werden sie erstarren und in der ewigen Verzweiflung und Qual enden!

Das kann es nur mit einem starken Präsidenten. Präsident Trump hat wahrlich viel Gebet nötig, um all die widerlichen bösen Wünsche und Gedanken abzuwehren.

Ich glaube fest, dass alles, was passiert irgendwie im Rahmen einer göttlichen Vorsehung passiert. Hoffentlich kriegen diese Leute selbst nicht das, was sie Donald Trump am meisten wünschen.

Dann würde ihnen das Lachen wohl schnell vergehen. Frau Neubauer hat nicht die Spur von Anstand. Wir glauben, alles steuern zu können, aber eine Krankheit bleibt ein schicksalhaftes Geschehen.

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Lewis , and Jesper Aa. Petersen stated that the term Satanism "has a history of being a designation made by people against those whom they dislike; it is a term used for ' othering '".

Elsewhere, Petersen noted that "Satanism as something others do is very different from Satanism as a self-designation". In , the Italian sociologist Massimo Introvigne suggested defining Satanism with the simultaneous presence of "1 the worship of the character identified with the name of Satan or Lucifer in the Bible, 2 by organized groups with at least a minimal organization and hierarchy, 3 through ritual or liturgical practices.

The word "Satan" was not originally a proper name but rather an ordinary noun meaning "the adversary"; in this context, it appears at several points in the Old Testament.

The word "Satanism" was adopted into English from the French satanisme. Historical and anthropological research suggests that nearly all societies have developed the idea of a sinister and anti-human force that can hide itself within society.

Another contributing factor to the idea of Satanism is the concept that there is an agent of misfortune and evil who operates on a cosmic scale, [22] something usually associated with a strong form of ethical dualism that divides the world clearly into forces of good and forces of evil.

As Christianity expanded throughout the Middle East , North Africa , and Europe, it came into contact with a variety of other religions, which it regarded as " pagan ".

Christian theologians claimed that the gods and goddesses venerated by these "pagans" were not genuine divinities, but were actually demons.

Those Christian groups regarded as heretics by the Roman Catholic Church were treated differently, with theologians arguing that they were deliberately worshipping the Devil.

References to this group continued into the fourteenth century, although historians studying the allegations concur that these Luciferians were likely a fictitious invention.

Within Christian thought, the idea developed that certain individuals could make a pact with Satan. Here, he stated that people who consulted augurs were entering " quasi pacts " covenants with demons.

As the late medieval gave way to the early modern period , European Christendom experienced a schism between the established Roman Catholic Church and the breakaway Protestant movement.

In the ensuing Reformation and Counter-Reformation , both Catholics and Protestants accused each other of deliberately being in league with Satan.

The early modern period also saw fear of Satanists reach its "historical apogee" in the form of the witch trials of the fifteenth to the eighteenth centuries.

In seventeenth-century Sweden, a number of highway robbers and other outlaws living in the forests informed judges that they venerated Satan because he provided more practical assistance than God.

During the eighteenth century, gentleman's social clubs became increasingly prominent in Britain and Ireland, among the most secretive of which were the Hellfire Clubs , which were first reported in the s.

The French Revolution of dealt a blow to the hegemony of the Roman Catholic Church in parts of Europe, and soon a number of Catholic authors began making claims that it had been masterminded by a conspiratorial group of Satanists.

In the early 20th century, the British novelist Dennis Wheatley produced a range of influential novels in which his protagonists battled Satanic groups.

Other publications made allegations of Satanism against historical figures. The s saw the publication of the Romanian Protestant preacher Richard Wurmbrand 's book in which he argued—without corroborating evidence—that the socio-political theorist Karl Marx had been a Satanist.

At the end of the twentieth century, a moral panic developed around claims regarding a Devil-worshipping cult that made use of sexual abuse, murder, and cannibalism in its rituals, with children being among its victims.

Sociologist of religion Massimo Introvigne, [66]. One of the primary sources for the scare was Michelle Remembers , a book by the Canadian psychiatrist Lawrence Pazder in which he detailed what he claimed were the repressed memories of his patient and wife Michelle Smith.

Smith had claimed that as a child she had been abused by her family in Satanic rituals in which babies were sacrificed and Satan himself appeared.

The allegations resulted in a lengthy and expensive trial , in which all of the accused would eventually be cleared.

A prominent aspect of the Satanic Scare was the claim by those in the developing "anti-Satanism" movement that any child's claim about Satanic ritual abuse must be true, because children would not lie.

The Satanic ritual abuse hysteria died down between and Federal Bureau of Investigation , Ken Lanning , revealed that he had investigated allegations of Satanic ritual abuse and found no evidence for Satanism or ritualistic activity in any of them.

From the late seventeenth through to the nineteenth century, the character of Satan was increasingly rendered unimportant in Western philosophy and ignored in Christian theology, while in folklore he came to be seen as a foolish rather than a menacing figure.

The shifting view of Satan owes many of its origins to John Milton 's epic poem Paradise Lost , in which Satan features as the protagonist.

The nineteenth century saw the emergence of what has been termed "literary Satanism" or "romantic Satanism". Among the romanticist poets to adopt this view of Satan was the English poet Percy Bysshe Shelley , who had been influenced by Milton.

Radical left-wing political ideas had been spread by the American Revolution of —83 and the French Revolution of —99, and the figure of Satan, who was interpreted as having rebelled against the tyranny imposed by God, was an appealing one for many of the radical leftists of the period.

During the s and s, several rock bands—namely the American Coven and the British Black Widow —employed the imagery of Satanism and witchcraft in their work.

Satanism would come to be more closely associated with the subgenre of black metal , [] in which it was foregrounded over the other themes that had been used in death metal.

In contrast to King Diamond, various black metal Satanists sought to distance themselves from LaVeyan Satanism, for instance by referring to their beliefs as "devil worship".

Religious Satanism does not exist in a single form, as there are multiple different religious Satanisms, each with different ideas about what being a Satanist entails.

Dyrendal, Lewis, and Petersen believed that it was not a single movement , but rather a milieu. Dyrendal, Lewis, and Petersen argued that the groups within the Satanic milieu could be divided into three groups: reactive Satanists, rationalist Satanists, and esoteric Satanists.

The first person to promote a Satanic philosophy was the Pole Stanislaw Przybyszewski , who promoted a Social Darwinian ideology.

The use of the term "Lucifer" was also taken up by the French ceremonial magician Eliphas Levi , who has been described as a "Romantic Satanist". Levi was not the only occultist who wanted to use the term "Lucifer" without adopting the term "Satan" in a similar way.

Both during his life and after it, the British occultist Aleister Crowley has been widely described as a Satanist, usually by detractors.

Crowley stated he did not consider himself a Satanist, nor did he worship Satan, as he did not accept the Christian world view in which Satan was believed to exist.

In , an esoteric group known as the Brotherhood of the Golden Arrow was established in Paris , France by Maria de Naglowska , a Russian occultist who had fled to France following the Russian Revolution.

In , a Satanic group based in Toledo, Ohio , part of the United States, came to public attention.

Called the Our Lady of Endor Coven , it was led by a man named Herbert Sloane, who described his Satanic tradition as the Ophite Cultus Sathanas and alleged that it had been established in the s.

None of these groups had any real impact on the emergence of the later Satanic milieu in the s. Anton LaVey , who has been referred to as "The Father of Satanism", [] synthesized his religion through the establishment of the Church of Satan in and the publication of The Satanic Bible in LaVey's teachings promoted "indulgence", "vital existence", "undefiled wisdom", "kindness to those who deserve it", "responsibility to the responsible" and an " eye for an eye " code of ethics, while shunning "abstinence" based on guilt, "spirituality", "unconditional love", "pacifism", "equality", " herd mentality " and " scapegoating ".

In LaVey's view, the Satanist is a carnal, physical and pragmatic being—and enjoyment of physical existence and an undiluted view of this-worldly truth are promoted as the core values of Satanism, propagating a naturalistic worldview that sees mankind as animals existing in an amoral universe.

LaVey believed that the ideal Satanist should be individualistic and non-conformist, rejecting what he called the "colorless existence" that mainstream society sought to impose on those living within it.

The sociologist James R. Lewis noted that "LaVey was directly responsible for the genesis of Satanism as a serious religious as opposed to a purely literary movement".

Bromley calls it " iconoclastic " and "the best-known and most influential statement of Satanic theology. Gallagher says that Satanists use LaVey's writings "as lenses through which they view themselves, their group, and the cosmos.

A number of religious studies scholars have described LaVey's Satanism as a form of "self-religion" or "self-spirituality", [] with religious studies scholar Amina Olander Lap arguing that it should be seen as being both part of the "prosperity wing" of the self-spirituality New Age movement and a form of the Human Potential Movement.

Lewis even described LaVeyan Satanism as "a blend of Epicureanism and Ayn Rand 's philosophy, flavored with a pinch of ritual magic.

Prominent Church leader Blanche Barton described Satanism as "an alignment, a lifestyle". Practitioners do not believe that Satan literally exists and do not worship him.

Instead, Satan is viewed as a positive archetype embracing the Hebrew root of the word "Satan" as "adversary", who represents pride , carnality , and enlightenment , and of a cosmos which Satanists perceive to be motivated by a " dark evolutionary force of entropy that permeates all of nature and provides the drive for survival and propagation inherent in all living things".

Moreover, Satan also serves as a metaphorical external projection of the individual's godhood. LaVey espoused the view that "god" is a creation of man, rather than man being a creation of "god".

In his book, The Satanic Bible , the Satanist's view of god is described as the Satanist's true "self"—a projection of his or her own personality—not an external deity.

LaVey explained that the gods worshipped by other religions are also projections of man's true self. He argues that man's unwillingness to accept his own ego has caused him to externalize these gods so as to avoid the feeling of narcissism that would accompany self-worship.

Gilmore , further expounds that " Satan is a symbol of Man living as his prideful, carnal nature dictates [ We see ourselves as being these Satans; the adversaries, opposers and accusers of all spiritual belief systems that would try to hamper enjoyment of our life as a human being.

After LaVey's death in , the Church of Satan was taken over by a new administration and its headquarters were moved to New York.

She continues to run it out of San Francisco, California. The Satanic Temple is an American religious and political activist organization based in Salem, Massachusetts.

The organization actively participates in public affairs that have manifested in several public political actions [] [] and efforts at lobbying , [] with a focus on the separation of church and state and using satire against Christian groups that it believes interfere with personal freedom.

The Satanic Temple does not believe in a supernatural Satan, as they believe that this encourages superstition that would keep them from being "malleable to the best current scientific understandings of the material world".

The Temple uses the literary Satan as metaphor to construct a cultural narrative which promotes pragmatic skepticism, rational reciprocity, personal autonomy, and curiosity.

Theistic Satanism also known as traditional Satanism, Spiritual Satanism or Devil worship is a form of Satanism with the primary belief that Satan is an actual deity or force to revere or worship.

Luciferianism can be understood best as a belief system or intellectual creed that venerates the essential and inherent characteristics that are affixed and commonly given to Lucifer.

Luciferianism is often identified as an auxiliary creed or movement of Satanism, due to the common identification of Lucifer with Satan. Others reject it, giving the argument that Lucifer is a more positive and easy-going ideal than Satan.

They are inspired by the ancient myths of Egypt , Rome and Greece , Gnosticism and traditional Western occultism.

According to the group's own claims, the Order of Nine Angles was established in Shropshire , Western England during the late s, when a Grand Mistress united a number of ancient pagan groups active in the area.

The ONA is a secretive organization, [] and lacks any central administration, instead operating as a network of allied Satanic practitioners, which it terms the "kollective".

Several British politicians including the Labour Party 's Yvette Cooper , Chair of the Home Affairs Select Committee [] have pushed for the group to be banned as a terror organization, and according to the BBC News , "the authorities are concerned by the number of paedophiles associated with the ONA".

The Temple of Set is an initiatory occult society claiming to be the world's leading left-hand path religious organization.

It was established in by Michael A. Aquino and certain members of the priesthood of the Church of Satan, [] who left because of administrative and philosophical disagreements.

ToS deliberately self-differentiates from CoS in several ways, most significantly in theology and sociology.

This process is necessarily different and distinctive for each individual. The members do not agree on whether Set is "real" or not, and they're not expected to.

The Temple presents the view that the name Satan was originally a corruption of the name Set. In Petersen noted that academic estimates for the Temple's membership varied from between and , [] and Granholm suggested that in the Temple contained circa members.

Dyrendal, Lewis, and Petersen used the term "reactive Satanism" to describe one form of modern religious Satanism. They described this as an adolescent and anti-social means of rebelling in a Christian society, by which an individual transgresses cultural boundaries.

The researcher Gareth Medway noted that in he encountered a British woman who stated that she had been a practicing Satanist during her teenage years.

She had grown up in a small mining village, and had come to believe that she had psychic powers. After hearing about Satanism in some library books, she declared herself a Satanist and formulated a belief that Satan was the true god.

After her teenage years she abandoned Satanism and became a chaos magickian. Some reactive Satanists are teenagers or mentally disturbed individuals who have engaged in criminal activities.

In , two separate groups of teenagers—one led by Stanley Baker in Big Sur and the other by Steven Hurd in Los Angeles —killed a total of three people and consumed parts of their corpses in what they later claimed were sacrifices devoted to Satan.

Dyrendal, Lewis, and Petersen observed that from surveys of Satanists conducted in the early 21st century, it was clear that the Satanic milieu was "heavily dominated by young males".

The surveys revealed that atheistic Satanists appeared to be in the majority, although the numbers of theistic Satanists appeared to grow over time.

Satanism is not illegal by itself, but there are criminal religious movements which say they are Satanism. Wilkinson over protecting minority religious rights of prison inmates after a lawsuit challenging the issue was filed to them.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Redirected from Satanist. For other uses, see Satanism disambiguation and Satanist disambiguation.

Group of ideological and philosophical beliefs based on Satan. See also: European witchcraft , Maleficium sorcery , and Witch-cult hypothesis. Main article: Satanic ritual abuse.

Preceded by some significant but isolated episodes in the s, a great Satanism scare exploded in the s in the United States and Canada and was subsequently exported towards England, Australia, and other countries.

It was unprecedented in history. It surpassed even the results of Taxil 's propaganda, and has been compared with the most virulent periods of witch hunting.

The scare started in and declined slowly between Particularly outside the U. See also: Contemporary Religious Satanism.

Main article: First Satanic Church. Main article: The Satanic Temple. Main article: Theistic Satanism. Main article: Luciferianism.

Main article: Order of Nine Angles. Main article: Temple of Set. Religion portal Philosophy portal. Point of Inquiry Interview. Retrieved 9 December

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