I am in the UK, and I have met a 'fellow' Satanist.
I didn't see fit to tell him that I was a Satanist, because of the fact that he decided to tell me pretty much out of the blue that he was.
If it had come up in a different context, I might well have told him, and maybe even had an interesting discussion with him.
The fact that he practically boasted to me that he was a Satanist, as if his desire was to impress me, made me bite my tongue.
Another, less depressing incident occurred quite recently. I was visiting a friend of a friend and one of our group mentioned the Satanic Bible because they saw it amongst his books.
He actually seemed to have read the book, and explained a few of the basic ideas behind Satanism.
Although I was pleased that he actually seemed to be intelligent and understand the concept of Satanism, I was most impressed by the matter of fact way in which he spoke- no sensationalism or attempts to impress.
He said that the book was 'mostly common sense' and The Doktor 'seemed to know what he was on about', but then told us that although it had made interesting reading, he was not a Satanist.
I liked that, and found it refreshing. I didn't reveal myself as a Satanist, because the other people there were not people with whom I wished to discuss Satanism.
So, there you go.
One Satanist who I would never have told, and one non- Satanist who I probably would have told if the circumstances had been different.
Both people have met me and even talked about Satanism, yet both are still oblivious to the fact that I am a Satanist.
If you want to meet a Satanist, then you are looking in the wrong place if you think you will find them in occult circles.
Satanism isn't a 'club'.