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Name: godzsouljaz
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Befor you read this understand IM NOT EVIL....Want a teacher in black magic spells,Chaos energy,astral travelling, I'm skilled with Runes, and high magick, (for me to teach you this you must show a a understanding of how your power works) Also summoning..i also have a very good understanding of Demons i know more about them than any one i have met not saying i know it all tho:) .. I also know latin (some say that makes spells stronger)...message me with the reson why and what you want to me to teach you and how much you already know Major emphasis is placed on the power and authority of the individual Satanist, rather than on a God or Goddess. They believe that "no redeemer liveth" - that each person is their own redeemer, fully responsible for their own life. "Satanism respects and exalts life. Children and animals are the purest expressions of that life force, and as such are held sacred and precious..." Children and animals are not abused or killed. Those Satanists who believe in Satan or Set as a living entity do not worship or demonstrate their faith in him (as, for example, Christians worship and pray to their God). They believe that one should live out their lusts and desires, and enthusiastically explore the "seven deadly sins" with other consenting adults. They follow many beliefs, practices and rules of behavior which are in conflict with traditional Christianity, and essentially all other religions. Uniqueness and creativity are encouraged. Many Satanists use as their main symbol the Sigil of Baphomet. It is a goat's head, drawn within an inverted pentacle (5-pointed star with one point downward and two up, enclosed by a circle). Although elements within the Sigil have been in use since the 19th century, the version as shown has been a registered trademark of the Church of Satan since 1983. A second Satanic symbol appears above the Nine Satanic Statements in LaVey's book: The Satanic Bible, page 25. It is an infinity sign (a figure 8 on its side). A shortened Lorraine Cross is placed on top. [A Lorraine cross is a Roman '†' cross, with a second, longer cross piece added below the main cross piece.] This is an ancient symbol which alchemists -- many of whom were Satanists -- used to represent brimstone. 2 Brimstone is the element sulfur, and was long associated with Satan by the Christian church. LaVey might have adopted a brimstone symbol as a humorous gesture to poke fun at Christianity.