|Posted on March 19, 2019 at 3:45 AM|
If you spend any time online, you must be noticing the number of people who are of the Abrahamic religions: Christianity, Judaism, and Islam, joining Satanic groups and asking for help. Many seem to be influenced by what they have seen in movies and music about how they can “sell their soul” to Satan in order to receive money, power, or sex. They seem to think that Satanists belong to a group called ‘The Illuminati,’ which is not correct.
I know quite a few Satanists, as well as myself, who have gotten private messages from these people wanting help. After writing a long paragraph or two about how bad their situation is, they ask for money. I suggest not doing this. I understand that it must be hard living in Kenya or Nigeria, which is where a lot of these people are from, but we don’t know who they are or what our money would be used for. Some say they would use it to go to school, but I doubt that is the case.
I do my best to explain to them that Satanism is not about getting rich and famous and that it is wrong to go to Satan and the Demons when their only motive is to ask for material wealth. Yes, they can help if they want, but why would they help a servant of Jehovah? That brings us to another question, why don’t these people ask their own god for help? He is supposed to be omniscient, omnipresent, and all-powerful, right?
I was recently contacted by a girl who wanted me to help her make a pact with a Demon as she says that she desperately needs assistance. After some questions, I learned that she was Muslim. I asked her why she didn’t ask Allah for help and why instead she would go to an enemy of her god? Her response was that it was the only way.
People know deep down that their god is impotent or that he just won’t help them. All it takes is a brief look through the Abrahamic holy books and it is evident that he picks and chooses who he assists. He had so much fun with Job, his loyal devotee, as he watched him suffer so he could prove a point to Satan. In the following verse from the Old Testament of the Bible, it shows how evil this entity can be. He answers a curse that was sent against children by one of his prophets just because they made fun of him.
“From there Elisha went up to Bethel. As he was walking along the road, some boys came out of the town and jeered at him. "Get out of here, baldy!" they said. "Get out of here, baldy!" He turned around, looked at them and called down a curse on them in the name of the LORD. Then two bears came out of the woods and mauled forty-two of the boys.” 2 Kings 2: 23-24
Children are starving all over the world and many people are suffering from disease, yet this ruthless god remains silent to their cries.
Knowing this, people turn to Satan and the Demons for help even though it goes against everything their religion teaches. Since they are not a devotee of Satan, they need to research and connect to the Demon in their own way. Let them state their case, but they need to ponder their spirituality. If they need to ask another deity other than their own for help, then it might be a sign that they are on the wrong path.
I will not take part in asking Satan or a Demon to help a non-Satanist if they have no intention on becoming a devotee. Instead, I ask the person some questions and depending on their answer, I might recommend they read certain books or that they pray to Satan and get real with him. But the first thing I do is I ask Satan to guide me, for that is most important when anyone asks us for spiritual help. He knows their true motives, and only when he gives the go-ahead, should we act.
May the Will of Satan be done in all that we do.