How passionate of a Satanist are you?
I consider the practice of rating myself (such as "most passionate Satanist", "least passionate Satanist", etc) to be counterproductive, for 3 reasons.
1. The practice yields no fruit.
Ask yourself: if you label yourself as "most passionate Satanist", what do you earn?
The same with "least passionate Satanist".
What prize is there?
There isn't any.
In a sense, you've simply created a perfect Underwater Fire Prevention strategy: you've done a lot of work, and have zero practical use for it.
2. The practice is impossible, because that which is being SOUGHT is the thing doing the SEEKING.
The only way you would be able to objectively give yourself a label would be to see yourself from the outside.
(Which is impossible).
To put it another way, imagine you're standing on top of a hill with a pair of binoculars, and you're looking for YOURSELF.
It doesn't matter which way you look.
You'll never find what you're looking for!
The same goes with rating yourself.
No matter how accurately you attempt to do so, it is simply impossible, because that which is doing the SEEKING is the thing being SOUGHT.
3. It's a white elephant.
Even if you COULD accurately rate yourself, and you COULD reach the status of "most passionate Satanist", you would then need to contend with OTHERS who consider themselves the most passionate.
So you'd be defending a self-given label, which offers zero benefit, and expending precious resources that could be spent on other pursuits.
It's like giving yourself the title of "fastest gun in the west".
The title offers nothing of value, AND you always have to worry about someone else wanting to prove that THEY are the fastest!
The same goes with all types of self-rating.
An individual can't be "passionate", only FEEL passion about a subject.
You might as well just dispense with the practice of trying to label yourself with "what" you are, and instead just rest easy knowing that you simply are.
It makes things much easier for you.
Plus, you open up more time accomplish constructive tasks. For example, looking into why the term "Laveyan Satanism" is redundant