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o9a Compendium of Modern Satanism

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The Exeatic Way - A Compendium of Modern Satanism
0 Introduction
Satanism - The Exeatic Way1 Whose Gonna Run This Town, Tonight?2 How To Be A Satanist: A Practical Guide3 Defining Satanism4 Sinister Demonology5 Ontology and Theology of Satanism6 A Short History of Satan7 The De-Evoluionary Nature of Might is Right8 Concerning Gods, Demons, and The Origin of Satan9 The Sinister Feminine: The Dark Goddess as Sinister Archetype Appendix - Some Terms Explained
IntroductionSatanism - The Exeatic Way 
- from the Ancient Greek 
implies a doing; an actionor actions. That is, a particular deed or deeds. Thus, Satan-ism, correctlydefined and rationally understood, is a practical way of life, a doing of certaintypes of deeds, by those for whom Satan is both guide and inspiration.Who or what is Satan, and what are the deeds, the actions, the way, of theSatanist?
Satan is evil 
- and this expression defines Satanism and Satanists. To be evil isto be exeatic, to be heretical, to be amoral, to be an outlaw: that is to go beyond
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and to transgress the limits imposed and prescribed by mundanes (bynon-Satanists), and by the systems constructed by mundanes and which reflector which manifest the ethos of mundanes – for example, governments, and thelaws of what has been termed "society".To be exeatic - to be evil, to be
a Satan
- is to refuse to submit; to defy even atthe cost of one's own life; to prefer death and condemnation to a meek submission.Thus:" To be exeatic is to be satanic in the true sense, the true feeling, of that term – to be heretical; to exult beyond the boundaries, the limits,which mundanes have made in order to prevent our [Satanic] kindturning our causal existence into a succession of life-affirmingecstasies."For Satan,
 par excellence 
, is the adversary, of the accepted, of the mundane, of the consensus, of the majority, of all laws and of all systems manufactured bymundanes as a means of control and restraint.Etymologically, the word 'evil' derives from the Gothic ‘ubils’ which meant a'going beyond' (the due measure) – and did not have a 'moral' sense. Only later(under the influence of Nazarene theology) did it acquire a strict moral sense,and became a causal abstraction. As for Satan, etymologically, the word originally derived from the Greek 
'an accusation' [qv.
 Aeschylus: aitiau ekho 
]. The early Greek form [c. 500 BCE]became corrupted to the Hebrew 'Satan' [ c.350-150 BCE] – whence also'Shaitan'. In Greek of the classical period
[qv. diabolic] wereoften used for the same thing, particularly when a 'bad' or 'false' sense wasrequired. In respect of the so-called Biblical Satan:There is good evidence to suggest that, historically, the writers of theOld Testament drew inspiration from, or adapted, older stories, mythsand legends about a Persian deity that came to be named Ahriman,who could thus be regarded as the archetype of the Biblical Satan,and also of the Quranic Iblis. Similarly, there is evidence that the God– Jehovah – of the Old Testament may have been based upon mythsand legends about the Persian deity who came to be named AhuraMazda.In what are regarded as the oldest parts of the Old Testament – most
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probably written between 230 BCE and 70 BCE – Satan is depictedsimply as a rather sly adversary or opponent, with a human being whoopposes any of God’s so-called (but self-appointed) 'chosen people'sometimes also called
a satan
. As for The Devil, etymologically early forms of the English word
derivefrom the Gothic (e.g. the Old English
) 'diabaulus' which came from theLatin 'diabolus'. However, the Old English ‘deofel’ and kindred words like theOld Frisian ‘diovel’ could possibly be derived from the suffix ‘fel’, a variant of ‘fell’ meaning fierce, savage, wild. Then the original form, e.g. ‘deofel’, wouldmean the ‘fierce/ savage/ wild’ god. There is some justification for the use of theLatin prefix in this manner – e.g. ‘deodand’, which occurs in 12th centuryEnglish.Thus, Satan is the guide and the inspiration for those who are by their deedsamoral, who desire to be exeatic, who seek in real life and in practical ways todefy and go beyond, who desire to transgress, the limits imposed andprescribed by mundanes - that is, by all those who lack a Satanic spirit, aSatanic character.Thus, no Satanist would respect any 'law', by whomsoever made. Thus, noSatanist would surrender to anyone, whatever the reason; instead, they wouldprefer to die, laughing and exultant. For a Satanist it is living exeatically -moment to moment without care or concern - which is important.Given the exeatic - the defiant - character of Satan and thus of Satanists,Satanism cannot be a religion with all the accoutrements of a religion, such asprayer, worship, faith, hope. For prayer, worship, hope and faith are anathemato Satanists; instead, such things belong to mundanes: those who need security,laws, limits, hope. Instead, Satanism is an attitude to living: a defiant and animmediate and an experiential way of life, and if one desires a modern Westernarchetype of such an exeatic - such a mundane-defying - way of living then
Bonnie and Clyde 
would be a suitable example, as would be some or many of those who engendered and who participated in riots such as those in London in2011 CE.Thus, a street gang, some gangsta, in some city is far more Satanic than anyso-called organization or group pretentiously describing themselves as Satanist, just as Satanism itself cannot be prescribed, or contained, within some pseudo-philosophical babble.For to be a Satanist is to exult, defy, transgress - to become, or to seek to
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