“Christianity may be good and Satanism evil. Under the Constitution, however, both are neutral. This is an important, but difficult, concept for many law enforcement officers to accept. They are paid to uphold the penal code, not the Ten Commandments … The fact is that far more crime and child abuse has been committed by zealots in the name of God, Jesus and Mohammed than has ever been committed in the name of Satan. Many people don’t like that statement, but few can argue with it.”
― Carl Sagan
For an uninitiated person, Satanism seems sinister and wicked. But most Satanists don’t agree to it. Commonly, people adapt Satanism because they are looking for something purposeful and definite for their lives, and usually, they find it through Satanism. Possibly their previous faith isn’t providing to them the paths for exploration they need spiritually. Perhaps they want to discover other possibilities before deciding that satanism was made for them.
Others may decide to become a Satanist purely for the sake of rebellion. Or they perceived that with Satanism you can become prosperous and mighty.
Some probable reasons for becoming Satanist
In quest of the Mysterious
Everyone is attracted to the unidentified and prohibited and with Satanism investigation of these themes are supported. Satanism provides you with the freedom to discover your inner self which is generally not found in other spiritual paths.
Experience spirituality on your own terms
Satanism offers a way for you to initiate and fashion your Satanism the way that feels best to you. There are not many spiritual paths that permit you to follow your own practice.
They find it Empowering
Satanism offers to us a different way of seeing the natural world and human life and teaches a distinctive way of living. Eventually, this path allows Satanists to feel more comfortable with self and more confident in life.
They are Non-Conformists
Satanists are those who generally seek to be unlike others. Perhaps they want to be a part of an alternative scene or want to step outside the present scenario. Satanism allows you this freedom to be different and to revel in it.
They Want to Belong
As Satanism is always evolving people find it good to discover a place where they belong and become a part of something that is bigger than themselves. They also feel at home in a community with others who have similar passions and beliefs.
Whatever the reason people become Satanists because they feel it to be made for them. Those who seek it find in it is something they can relate to at an individual level. They discover some appeal or fascination in Satanism that they just couldn’t find in their former path.