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"I grew up Lutheran, went to church every week, and was involved in choir and youth group. I didn’t question the idea of God at all as a child. In college was the first time I really started thinking about it, and after taking New Testament, world religions, and Buddhism classes, I had thoroughly lost faith. Everything as far as believing in one all-powerful God made no sense to me. When I read the satanic bible, it was just a view on things that made more sense to me.

It praises the virtues of exploring one’s own nature and instincts. God is not external entity, but rather something that each person creates as a true projection of his or her own personality, a benevolent and stabilizing force in his or her life. It’s not devil worship. Satanists reject the worship of external gods completely. Religion is viewed as a man-made construct and all are urged to question everything. Satan is viewed as a metaphor or a symbol, not as a being to be worshipped.

The idea of prayer is rejected; instead the idea is to take action to fix a situation, instead of asking for a solution.

When all religious faith in lies has diminished it is because man has become closer to himself and farther from God, thus closer to the devil.

This book changed my life. HAIL SATAN. 666"