"1. Do you feel naturally and happily alienated from the stupid masses of humanity? That is the alien part of it.
2. Are you in fact demonstrably superior (by YOUR standards) to those masses from which you feel alienated?
Does that help?
If not, then it doesn't fit you."
Not to show off, but this definitely fits me, which is why I feel drawn to this excellent path.
1. The fact that I even endorse a religion called Satanism sets me apart from the herd, even from the so-called "avant-garde" types like neo-pagans and post-modernists. I'm also a black social Darwinist, a black conservative, and a black supporter of eugenics. I hate political correctness because only some people receive this deference and special treatment but not others. To me, the only thing more base than a victim is a socially-sanctioned victim. Besides, I have always felt as if I was somehow "different" from other girls. I was bisexual and masturbating at age 10, having oral sex by age 13, a stripper at 21. I never endorse actual misogyny and sexism, and I refuse to serve men, I don't care if they're "oppressed" black men. I am glad to be an individualistic misanthropic person.
2. This is the part that confused me about "the elite". I like to be objective and logical about my reasoning, not just arbitrary. I thought there were certain traits Satanists considered elite, like wealth, a prestigious career, or strong sex appeal. I suppose intelligence/logic and innovative thinking put me head over heels above the rest...
At any rate, now I understand the philosophy.
"I, even I, am my own redeemer". -Ragnar Redbeard
"Making a difference makes sense only if you are convinced that you have mastered the subject at hand to the point where any difference you might make would be for the better." -Thomas Sowell