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#131253 - 11/09/05 02:17 AM Quick question
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Just out of curiosity; which is the correct spelling of this statement?

REGIE SATANAS! (LaVey, in The Satanic Bible)
or
REGE SATANAS! (also LaVey, this time in The Devil's Notebook)

I know this is a fairly trivial question, and also that it may very well have been previously answered, but I was simply wondering out of clarification.
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#131254 - 11/09/05 02:59 AM Re: Quick question [Re: Inquisitor]
Gustav Offline
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Regie = royally, tyrannically
Rege = to guide, direct, rule, govern, administer
Satanis = no entry
Diabolus = Satan

Source: Cassel's English/Latin Dictionary
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#131255 - 11/09/05 03:22 AM Re: Quick question [Re: Gustav]
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Registered: 11/08/05
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So does this mean that the two different statements are definitely seperate meanings, or does this mean that one was misspelt?
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#131256 - 11/09/05 04:53 AM Re: Quick question [Re: Inquisitor]
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I bet if you did a search of the forums, you'd find this topic discussed into the ground complete with Regae Satanis jokes.
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