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One habitual comparative among Satanists concerning origin often cites Zoroastrianism's hypostasis known as Angra Mainyu. The aka mainyu can be found in Yasna 32.5 of the Avesta and as mentioned earlier regarding demonic hierarchies (daeva systems) there is a relative drawn to daevas deceiving humans. In the later Zoroastrian construct daevas are demons, but this is not so in the Gathas. Zoroaster finds the daevas to be wrong/false gods, yet they have not achieved demonic significance. If they are viewed as "evil thought" then a better suited comparison would be the Sitra Achra found in Kabbalah. As for the Middle Persian equivalent of the Avestan Angra Mainyu, Ahriman occurs in the Iranian language 224-654 CE which post dates the earlier foundational era of daeva hierarchy. Coincidently, I do not find a stable parallel between Ahura Mazda and Ahriman's kinship reflecting Thaumiel. The esoteric sinew of Kabbalah when defining the corollaries of Thaumiel does in truth resemble the transmogrification narrative of Enoch as Metatron, Elijah as Sandalphon and their celestial relationship.

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The heart of darkness is the Great Serpent's infinite promise, the result of a free-will embracing knowledge. As Satan bears the crown, aspiration and its germane wisdom become the Dragon (simulacrum) amidst mirrors of the Satanist's practice. There are two considerations here, those who feel they are already Gods and those who desire to awaken unto this nature. I propose a precedent not to nullify either belief, but to quantify all pursuits. Therefore in Satanism's case this antecedent is Thaumiel.

For many a Satanist, pondering the universe's preexistent state is the specious, disfunctional condition of modern Sophists. However, the debate of universal Dark Force borders on quantum mechanics and such arguments are in fact scientific. Although Satanism is hardly mentioned among the scientific community a common ground is achieved in acknowledging a boundless darkness existing prior to any major cosmic forms. These concepts are not without reference in Eastern thought i.e., formless, void and nothingness. Manipulating all disciplines towards identifying chaotic entropy is an achievement of Dark Force manifestly.

Neither Satanism nor the universe is strictly deterministic. On average today's Satanist is assumed practical in mind and motivation regardless of theoretical chaos' affinity. This places each individual in a physical construct where free-will is engaged. The spark here should not be rejected as simply neurological for doing so would be to claim the Satanist is incompatible with the universe. Both theological and scientific traditions exchange perspectives wherein chaos and free-will are detached. I suspect in theology's choice to be informed by the science of free-will, the theologian fails and conversely the scientist when seeking to barter the definition of theological free-will betrays unanimity; both are the victims of probable chaos. Enter the philosophical strategy and metaphysics of causation. In determining the freedoms of Satanism there may never be one concrete ægis, but herein there should be no reason to segregate the source. Denial in such instance is truly conditional. Darkness may dull Occam's razor and refute the intrinsicity of human nature, but there is no feat of magick when forces are misinterpreted. Cosmogenic malignment is ever offered an obvious respect.


    "The Satanic religion proposes to raise the individual to personal godhood, free from enslavement to any other "God" (or gods). However this is a question not just of power, but also of ethics, morality, and psychological maturity. The parameters of philosophy and metaphysics extend far beyond the conceptual and symbolic limits of the Judaic/Christian tradition. The Temple of Set explores the "human equation" and the metaphysical and psychological roots of the great Satanic/psyche-centered philosophies of history. The appeal of occultism is much the same as that of conventional religion: Logical positivism and scientific materialism, though they have made great strides towards explaining the "how" of existence, have failed entirely to explain the why."

    - Lilith Aquino

There is endless conjecture as to when Satanism formalized itself. As we know Black Magic spans millenia whether it be Sumerian, Egyptian or Canaanite and the systems defining demonic hierarchies in Zoroastrianism or the Rigveda are equally ancient. Although Magic occurs, is practiced and subsequently admonished within Hebrew doctrine it appears the patriarchs and High Priests were bestowed amnesty. As Mosaic law gained traction into the common era we find the example of a Nazarene seditionist rightfully convicted of necromancy and assorted magical affairs. Seemingly the latter Babylonian era pinpoints a time where nations begin to emphasize a grandscale vilification, not discounting earlier evidence of "abominations" committed by High Priests in the name of various Levantine Gods.

The CE Mithraic Mysteries could be assumed a form of Roman religion juxtaposed against a burgeoning proto-christian sect, yet in the backdrop of christianity's momentum the arcane Roman religions were essentially the Satanism of their time. If one will compare the social tendency to stigmatize opposing tribes then we can draw correlation between Mithraism and the Amalekites. The old socio-rite of demonification as result of tribal warfare offers a window into the familial elements of Black Magic associated with the doctrinal geneology of Lamech and Enoch.

The first 500 years of the common era would usher the Apostles' Creed (Symbolum Apostolorum) and subsequent Nicene Creed. These dictates would in turn define a broader christianization which would plague humankind. The demand or commitment among the tractates is a casting out of demons. The cult-like Pauline pledge avows a framework of divine judgement found in Judaism, but also adopts the Hebrew archetype of paths marked with Satan's esteem. As civilization matures so does its demonic counterpart and the eventual meta-moral clarification of "balance". The apostolic mantra at war with social kinesis is "Get thee behind me, Satan: thou art an offence unto me". This ad hoc cyclic sentiment is an absurd tradition first aimed at Pagans and later applied to sundry heretics, both of which have been allegedly castrated.