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Anton LaVey’s Satanic Doctrine


By James Donahue


Thanks to the work of his children, facts about the notorious leader of the Church of Satan, the late Anton LaVey, have been brought to light.


While he enjoyed national, if not international notoriety as the leader of an extreme anti-Christian cult, LaVey’s “church” was, in reality, a sham. It was an invention designed as a money-making scheme and little else.


Yet, in spite of his willingness to exploit the gullibility of people to make his living by mocking the Christian church, LaVey left a trace of pure genius in his wake. His church, which never had a membership of more than 300 (and most of these were merely declared on paper), was founded on a joke.


Everything in the Satanic service was a twisted version of Christian worship. Yet without knowing it, LaVey’s religious rituals and his selection of the spirit of darkness for worship, pointed to the very fallacy that permeates the Christian belief system. It is all fake to its very roots.


LaVey’s genius is probably best shown in The Satanic Bible, a document he published during the height of his fame in 1969.


In his “Bible,” LaVey presents a doctrine of nine points that are more prone to Gnostic beliefs than he may have realized. Certainly the Luciferians, who are Gnostics at heart, have little quarrel with them. Instead of the word “Satan,” substitute in your mind the word “Lucifer” and you might understand where I am coming from.


Also understand that the Christian story that Lucifer and Satan are the same person is a lie. Lucifer is an alien who is the progeniter of the human race. Satan is a fictitious "evil" character supposedly roaming the planet luring people into following him into Hell.


They are:


  1. Satan (Lucifer) represents indulgence instead of abstinence. Indeed, the Book of the Law maintains “Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the law.” There is, obviously, a distinct difference. Doing our will follows knowing our will; and this comes with deep spiritual implications. Before taking this course, a person must be spiritually aware and awake to his or her own identity. Indulgence for pure love of self is not necessarily wrong, but we must first know the self. Abstinence in the form of forced denial for religious reasons is wicked. “The word of sin is restriction, o man!”


  1. Satan represents vital existence instead of spiritual pipe dreams. Vital existence for the human race is loving, protecting and saving the Mother Earth, our source of life, food, air and water. But Christians as well as other world religious systems stake humanity’s future on an external god that they believe will continue to provide no matter what we do to the planet. The Jesus people are today waiting for a promised return of their “savior” who they expect will rescue them from the destruction they carelessly brought to their planet. This is, without a doubt, a spiritual pipe dream of the most deadly kind.


  1. Satan represents undefiled wisdom instead of hypocritical self-deceit. All humans are expected to seek truth. They are expected to look within and eventually come to a knowledge of themselves. There is a need for all men to open their spiritual eye and tap into this undefiled wisdom of the ages. To do anything less, to worship televisions, fast cars, money and worldly pleasures and get on our knees to false gods like Jesus is nothing more than hypocritical self-deceit. It is a life of waste and self indulgence at the expense of the Mother Earth.


  1. Satan represents kindness to those who deserve it instead of love wasted on ingrates. We adopt a concept of love, but it is a love for the Mother Earth. Those that share this love are always blessed by the Mother and the Universe. Those that ravage the earth for their own gratification and greed face judgment. There no longer is any love wasted on them for they are, indeed, ingrates.


  1. Satan represents vengeance instead of turning the other cheek. The entire Christian concept of altruism and self sacrifice is wrong and must be abolished. People are programmed from childhood to be slaves, and the philosophy of selflessness is engrained in them as part of the process of control. We must find the power within ourselves to be more than what society would have us be. For us, vengeance is our destiny. We can accept no less.


  1. Satan represents responsibility to the responsible instead of concern for psychic vampires. With knowledge and power comes responsibility. Seeking our will demands this. But our allegiance is to others of our own kind and to the earth. The world is filled with “psychic vampires” that drain our energy, cheat others for their money, and plunder the earth for personal gain. We have no truck with them.


  1. Satan represents man as just another animal, sometimes better, more often worse than those that walk on all-fours, who, because of his “divine spiritual and intellectual development,” has become the most vicious animal of all. Indeed, we are animals, and most humans today go about their lives as no more than sophisticated animals. Those few who have discovered their spiritual eye, and understand just who and why they are here, are the “sometimes better.” We are children of Lucifer, planted in animal bodies. The rest are soulless creatures doomed to eternal darkness.


  1. Satan represents all of the so-called sins, as they all lead to physical, mental, or emotional gratification. The church virtually condemns all forms of human physical pleasure and declares it sin. Freedom of sexual choice, use of natural herbs like marijuana and the cocoa leaf and peyote flower are among the many examples. Many of the severely banned narcotics are badly needed for both their physical and mental healing powers. That humans also find personal pleasure in using them is declared sinful and thus the church-controlled government creates laws making them illegal.


  1.  Satan has been the best friend the Church has ever had. He has kept it in business all these years. Satan is an invention of the angelic-inspired religious systems. He is a non-existent evil personification that gives religion a purpose for existing. Thus this is a very true statement.

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