reply to post by daskakik
Yeah, you are right, just because I have a pyramid shaped tattoo that doesn't inherently make me evil. Worshiping Satan and his minions does.
Thankfully, I don't. Here, I'll repost my entire quote. Do you believe that if you kill in God's behalf, you will receive 72 virgins? No, but
certain extremists are willing to strap a bomb to their chest to achieve this goal. What do you think a fundamentalist Satanist could be capable of
doing as a member of congress or even the president? Maybe, you should read my entire quote below:
I don't know what I believe, but entire cultures have worshiped and publicly held mass ritual killings on behalf of their evil deities...now, human
sacrifice is much more hidden. People generally don't like to be killed. Christianity(especially Catholicism) is pagan sun worship, to this day the
Dhali Lama meets with Oracles--these "Oracles" are people that become possessed by spirits and basically set the agenda for Buddhism and Tibet. When
there are people in positions of power or influence, like entertainers, religious leaders, or even politicians that believe in and worship Satan(or
Moloch, Satan's #2) and strive to achieve Satan's ideals by changing public policy or opinion, does it even matter if what they believe is perceived
by the majority of people to be ludicrous, impossible, or simply a publicity stunt? They laugh as we emulate their satanic gestures, display their
satanic symbols(consciously or not), and accept their Satanic ideals and agenda. I agree with you to an extent, we all have good and evil inside of
us. There are, however, a few among us who are much more evil than good; and, it seems the majority of those people are in positions of significant
power or influence--maybe because they are willing to throw their fellow man(or themselves)under the proverbial tracks to succeed...or maybe they
actually sold their souls for success. I don't know...do you? I mean, I love classic rock and I even have a Dark Side of the Moon album cover
tattoo--which is affiliated with Illuminati/Satan symbolism; but, I would rather try to love all living things, than to worship Satan(evil manifest or
worship of the Self...however you like to break it down). For me personally, I think that whether or not you believe in God or Satan, just be aware of
the fact that those who worship Satan will use use deception against us and have only Satan's interest in mind.
I know this is a bit lengthy, but think about this: If those in charge, members of the Illuminati and other Satanic affiliated, secret organizations,
actually believe in Biblical prophecy of the second coming of Christ(the sun incarnate), then what's to stop them from trying to fulfill(or bring
about the conditions to fulfill)the prophecy themselves? Like I said, I don't know what I believe; but, you should ask yourself again, is Satan just
a silly gimmick? Belief is a powerful thing, whether you believe or not.