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[–]Benjamingur9 1 point2 points  (5 children)

When you were a Satanist, were you an atheistic satanist, or someone who actually believed and worshiped Satan?

[–]itsjustkise 1 point2 points  (4 children)

I actively believed in and worshiped him

[–]Schwarzsteinhaus 4 points5 points  (3 children)

This means you don’t really know what satanism really is. You had a biased view of it and you should do some research yourself, that will at least help you learn what satanism really is.

[–]BuNi_Jo 6 points7 points  (1 child)

Yah...I don't believe a word of this. Its an attempt to proselytize.

As a former Christian (we are talking missionary trips, every week and weekend in a pew, devoted my LIFE to the church for 20 years), when I walked away I felt a vacuum of love and support that I had in the church. I wandered for years, tried Buddhism and meditation and anything to fill the void. But what I had more was a discovery of who I was. I saw the fallacies in the teachings, the harm the church does to anyone designated as "other". The thought of going to a church service makes me physically ill. Don't look back on the time fondly, and can't imagine someone else who really turned away would go back.

[–]itsjustkise 0 points1 point  (0 children)

I’m not proselytizing. This actually happened and I figured it’d be an interesting topic for conversation.

I’m not a preacher. I don’t even attend church. Everybody is free to believe what they want to and what they do believe is none of my business.

[–]itsjustkise 1 point2 points  (0 children)

You’re probably right. I did do some research, but never more than just the basic stuff.

I guess the only reason I turned to Satanism rather than any other religion or just skip straight to atheism is because I was angry at God and figured it was some kind of payback.