Unedited, full length video of lecture of Satanism as a modern worldview.
Ch. 1 "Please Allow Me To Introduce Myself..."
Rev. Kevin I. Slaughter introduces himself and gives a short biographical background to establish his long-held interest in Satanism explicitly, but also the occult or hidden aspects of culture.
Ch. 2 "A Brief Overview of Satanism"
Rev. Slaughter gives a very brief overview of Satanism, what a Satanist is, and how it is viewed by society.
Ch. 3 "The Satanic Bible"
Rev. Slaughter discusses the first High Priest of the Church of Satan's book "The Satanic Bible". He reads "The Nine Satanic Statements" and other pertinent selections from it.
Ch. 4 "The Satanic Scriptures"
Rev. Slaughter discusses the current High Priest of the Church of Satan's book "The Satanic Scriptures". He reads pertinent selections from it.
Ch. 5 "Egalité vs. Hierarchy"
The natural world is stratified, the weak, slow and stupid tend to be worse for wear. The smart, quick and strong tend to have a better time of it. In the animal kingdom, the world that we exist in, it is eat or be eaten.
Rev. Slaughter makes reference to Kurt Vonnegut's "Harrison Bergeron", and reads an excerpt from Theodore Dalrymple's book "Life at the Bottom".
Ch. 6 "Lex Satanicus"
Satanism takes few overtly political positions, and there is absolutely no affiliation between the Church any political party. The Satanic philosophy positions itself as a third side, rejecting the simplistic dichotomies of good vs. evil, republican vs. democrat, liberal and conservative. The one position most clearly associated with politics is Lex Talionis, or Retributive Justice.
Ch. 7 "Magic"
Magic, in the Satanic sense, is not about shooting fireballs or riding on broomsticks, we do not have "spells" that guarantee sex or death - the two things people always seem to want a spell for. When the Satanist performs greater magic, it is an emotional psychodrama, intended to charge the participant with a specific feeling or to put him in a specific emotional state. It's made clear in the writings that Greater Magic is an emotional working as opposed to intellectual. Like the power of a masterfully written book or piece of music has, this productive fiction is useful and possibly necessary to the human animal.
Ch. 8 "A Few Unkind Words..."
In this part of the lecture Kevin discusses Christian Child Abuse, a blog that collects stories about pedophile priests. He discusses religiously motivated atrocities committed by Islam and Judaism in the name of their religion and accepted by their communities.
The website is found at
Ch. 9 "Love"
Satanism isn't merely a reactionary stance, it is about knowing ones self and building real relationships with worthy people. Rev. Slaughter recites a poem titled "Love" that was written by freethinker Robert Greene Ingersoll, to illustrate this and other points in the Satanic worldview.
Kevin has participated in two oratory contests where contestants read their choice of Ingersoll's work, and won first place in 2010. The video can be seen here:
Rev. Slaughter is an official representative of the Church of Satan. More information can be found on the website
Filmed and edited by Kevin I. Slaughter for Underworld Amusements:
Music composed and performed by Michaelanthony Mitchell
immensely thought out! please stop!
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