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6 some evidence of a new satanic age

THE seven deadly sins of the Christian Church are: greed, pride, envy, anger,
gluttony, lust, and sloth. Satanism advocates indulging in each of these "sins" as they
all lead to physical, mental, or emotional gratification.
A Satanist knows there is nothing wrong with being greedy, as it only means that he
wants more than he already has. Envy means to look with favor upon the possessions
of others, and to be desirous of obtaining similar things for oneself. Envy and greed are
the motivating forces of ambition - and without ambition, very little of any importance
would be accomplished.
Gluttony is simply eating more than you need to keep yourself alive. When you have
overeaten to the point of obesity, another sin - pride - will motivate you to regain an
appearance that will renew your self-respect.
Anyone who buys an article of clothing for a purpose other than covering his body and
protecting it from the elements is guilty of pride. Satanists often encounter scoffers who
maintain that labels are not necessary. It must be pointed out to these destroyers of labels that
one or many articles they themselves are wearing are not wearing are not necessary to keep
them warm. There is not a person on this earth who is completely devoid of ornamentation.
The Satanist points out that any ornamentation of the scoffer's body shows that he, too, is
guilty of pride. Regardless of how verbose the cynic may be in his intellectual description of
how free he is, he is still wearing the elements of pride.
Being reluctant to get up in the morning is to be guilty of sloth, and if you lie in bed long
enough you may find yourself commiting yet another sin - lust. To have the faintest stirring of
sexual desire is to be guilty of lust. In order to insure the propagation of humanity, nature
made lust the second most powerful instinct, the first being self-preservation. Realizing this,
the Christian Church made fornication the "Original Sin". In this way they made sure no one
would escape sin. Your very state of being is as a result of sin - the Original sin!
The strongest instinct in every living thing is self-preservation, which brings us to the last of
the seven deadly sins - anger. Is it not our instinct for self-preservation that is aroused when
someone harms us, when we become angry enough to protect ourselves from further attack?
A Satanist practices the motto, "If a man smite thee on one cheek, smash him on the other!"
Let no wrong go unredressed. Be as a lion in the path - be dangerous even in defeat!
Since man's natural instincts lead him to sin, all men are sinners; and all sinners go to hell. If
everyone goes to hell, then you will meet all your friends there. Heaven must be populated
with some rather strange creatures if they all lived for was to go to a place where they can
strum harps for eternity.
"Times have changed. Religious leaders no longer preach that all our natural actions are
sinful. We no longer think sex is dirty - or that taking pride in ourselves is shameful - or that
wanting something someone else has is vicious." Of course not, times have changed! "If you
want proof of this, just look at how liberal churches have become. Why, they're practicing all
the things that you preach."
Satanists hear these, and similar statements, all the time; and they agree wholeheartedly. BUT,
if the world has changed so much, why continue to grasp at the threads of a dying faith? If
many religions are denying their own scriptures because they are out of date, and are
preaching the philosophies of Satanism, why not call it by its rightful name - Satanism?
Certainly it would be far less hypocritical.
In recent years there has been an attempt to humanize the spiritual concept of Christianity.
This has manifested itself in the most obvious non-spiritual means. Masses which had been
said in Latin are now said in native languages - which only succeeds in making the nonsense
easier to understand, and at the same time robs the ceremony of the esoteric nature which is
consistent with the tenets of the dogma. It is much simpler to obtain an emotional reaction
using words and phrases that cannot be understood than it is with statements which even the
simplest mind will question when hearing them in an understandable language.
If priests and ministers were to have used the devices to fill their churches one hundred years
ago that they use today, they would have been charged with heresy, called devils, oft-times
persecuted, but certainly excommunicated without hesitation.
The religionists wail, "We must keep up with the times," forgetting that, due to limiting
factors and deeply engrained laws of white light religions, there can never be sufficient
change to meet the needs of man.
Past religions have always represented the spiritual nature of man, with little or no concern for
his carnal or mundane needs. They have considered this life but transitory, and the flesh
merely a shell; physical pleasure trivial, and pain a worthwhile preparation for the "Kingdom
of God". How well the utter hypocrisy comes forth when the "righteous" make a change in
their religion to keep up with man's natural change! The only way that Christianity can ever
completely serve the needs of man is to become as Satanism is NOW.
It has become necessary for a NEW religion, based on man's natural instincts, to come forth.
THEY have named it. It is called Satanism. It is that power condemned that has caused the
religious controversy over birth-control measures - a disgruntled admission that sexual
activity, for fun, is here to stay.
It is the "Devil" who caused women to show their legs, to titillate men - the same kind of legs,
now socially acceptable to gaze upon, which are revealed by young nuns as they walk about
in their shortened habits. What a delightful step in the right (or left) direction! Is it possible
we will soon see "topless" nuns sensually throwing their bodies about to the "Missa Solemnis
Rock"? Satan smiles and says he would like that fine - many nuns are very pretty girls with
nice legs.
Many churches with some of the largest congregations have the most hand-clapping, sensual
music - also Satanically inspired. After all, the Devil has always had the best tunes.
Church picnics, despite all of Aunt Martha's talk about the Lord's Bountiful Harvest, are
nothing more than a good excuse for Sunday gluttony; and everyone knows that lots more
than Bible reading goes on in the bushes.
The fund-raising adjunct to many church bazaars is commonly known as a carnival, which
used to mean the celebration of the flesh; now a carnival is okay because the money goes to
the church so that it can preach against the temptations of the Devil! It will be said that these
things are only pagan devices and ceremonies - that the Christians borrowed them. True, but
the Pagans revelled in the delights of the flesh, and were condemned by the very same people
who celebrate their rituals, but call them by different names.
Priests and ministers are in the front lines of peace demonstrations, and lying on railroad
tracks in front of trains carrying war materials, with as much dedication as their brothers of
the cloth, from the same seminaries, who are blessing the bullets and bombs and fighting men
as chaplains in the armed forces. Someone must be wrong, someplace. Could it be that Satan
is the one qualified to act as accuser? Certainly they named him that!
When a puppy reaches maturity it becomes a dog; when ice melts it is called water; when
twelve months have been used up, we get a new calendar with the proper chronological name;
when "magic" becomes scientific fact we refer to it as medicine, astronomy, etc. When one
name is no longer appropriate for a given thing it is only logical to change it to a new one
which better fits the subject. Why, then, do we not follow suit in the area of religion? Why
continue to call a religion the same name when the tenets of that religion no longer fit the
original one? Or, if religion does preach the same things that it always has, but its followers
practice nearly none of its teachings, why do they continue to call themselves by the name
given to followers of that religion?
If you do not believe in what your religion teaches, why continue to support a belief which is
contradictory with your feelings. You would never vote for a person or issue you did not
believe in, so why cast your ecclesiastical vote for a religion which is not consistent with your
convictions? You have no right to complain about a political situation you have voted for or
supported in any way - which includes sitting back and complacently agreeing with neighbors
who approve the situation, just because you are too lazy or cowardly to speak your mind. So it
is with religious balloting. Even if you cannot be aggressively honest about your opinions
because of unfavorable consequences from employers, community leaders, etc., you can, at
least, be honest with yourself. In the privacy of your own home and with close friends you
must support religion which has YOUR best interests at heart.
"Satanism is based on a very sound philosophy," say the emancipated. "But why call it
Satanism? Why not call it something like 'Humanism' or a name that would have the
connotation of a witchcraft group, something a little more esoteric - something less blatant."
There is more than one reason for this. Humanism is not a religion. It is simply a way of life
with no ceremony or dogma. Satanism has both ceremony and dogma. Dogma, as will be
explained, is necessary.
Satanism differs greatly from all other so-called white-light, "white" witchcraft or magical
groups in the world today. These self-righteous and supercilious religions protest that their
members use the powers of magic only for altruistic purposes. Satanists look with disdain
upon "white" witchcraft groups because they feel that altruism is sinning on the lay-away
plan. It is unnatural not to have desire to gain things for yourself. Satanism represents a form
of controlled selfishness. This does not mean that you never do anything for anyone else. If
you do something to make someone for whom you care happy, his happiness will give you a
sense of gratification.
Satanism advocates practicing a modified form of the Golden Rule. Our interpretation of this
rule is: "Do unto others as they do unto you"; because if you "Do unto others as you would
have them do unto you," and they, in turn, treat you badly, it goes against human nature to
continue to treat them with consideration. You should do unto others as you would have them
do unto you, but if your courtesy is not returned, they should be treated with the wrath they
White witchcraft groups say that if you curse a person, it will return to you three-fold, come
home to roost, or in some way boomerang back to the sender. This is yet another indication of
the guilt-...
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