On Satanism and Enabling Fascists

Among the general aspects of what constitutes most branches of Satanism at their most basic level, strength of character I would say, features prominently. Above this level, we engage in such fierce debate over what is important to our individual identities, that beyond the other agreement of our refusal to be subjugated by others, we frequently diverge… and that is a beautiful thing.

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