This is not about hypocrisy. This is not about inconsistency.
Those themes are considered negative traits, but reasonable excuses for being unreliable.
Is there anyone on earth able to claim to be a satanist without being told otherwise by others? Does it matter what anyone else says?
Is there an authority who can say what to believe?
I'm an atheist who recognizes the capacity of religion as a social control factor and the creation of one or few individuals who have made it seem that their convictions are of great importance to other people.
This harvesting of souls is done through every community with the appropriate tendencies of fascism by requesting submissiveness.
Found already were the words that meant to say that the Church of Satan
is a collective of atheists who do not believe in myths.
Here's the deal: Satan is a symbol the community tries to dissemble from it's original creation and mythological properties.
That same voucher went on to explain later that certain forms of inexplicable magic are considered plausible, even though people who have significant experiences are advised to invest their time properly into mental health care.
The community first denounces the possibility that people's convictions about the world are used as a means to measure alternative laws of nature and reality, yet unseen. Then it explains the few ways of magic that are allowed to be taken seriously.
A flawed, flawed, flawed gesture to those who have logical, scientific based morals and still preserve enough alternative ideas to potentially inform about a second nature.
The myth of Satan can't be denounced for what it resembles, even when a community does not wish or fear to represent the origins of magic and practices of the 'supernatural'. It means the community is narrow minded, afraid and excludes 'unwanted' people for their ideas.