Satanists are not Thee Creator, but for Christians Satan is what creatives are, as they don’t, won’t, or can’t create what God has. However, the desire to abominate what creators produce is nihilism, which approximates to Christianity, but isn’t Satanism. The Christian paradigm, for example, used to be that girls are beautiful, and who wouldn’t want them? However, in the sense that the movie industry, centered upon the district of Hollywood, city of Los Angeles, west coast state of California, United States of America, makes films with beautiful girls that aren’t Christian to their audience, they don’t want them; for example, in the Hammer House of Horror movie studios’ production, Twins of Evil (1971), twin teenage girls are lesbian vampires, that is, actresses Madeleine and Mary Collinson, sometime nude Playboy models, who’re in the role of Maria and Frieda Gellhorn, the evil twins of the title, who become so, after being bitten by the vampire, male lead actor, Damien Thomas, in his role as Count Karnstein, because then they’ll also drink human blood.
As this isn’t Christian, but Satanism, according to the moviemakers, from a Christian perspective it’s evil, which means that it should be anathematized and, withdrawn from the public gaze, quietly destroyed. However, that’s a nihilist point of view, rather than a Christian weltanschauung, which is that the actresses are beautiful girls, as can be seen from the Collinson’s appearance as the first identical twins for Playboy, Playmates of the month, nude model poses from the October 1970 issue. Christianity is at war with itself as a nihilist, rather than with Satanism, which holds the position that the movie is the work of a creator, who isn’t God, although the creation is godlike. Moreover, as the Satanist is largely vilified as being evil, he/she is prey to accepting the label, whereas the Christian nihilist is under no such compunction, and is perceived as being more Godly, as they simply don’t accept that beautiful girls should appear naked in movies, which therefore shouldn’t exist, that is, neither the girls, nor the movies.
The conventional received wisdom is that Satanism is at war with the Creator and creation, whereas that’s true of nihilism, which seeks to destroy the creator and creation, as the nihilist believes in nothing, and that nothing should exist. However, the Satanist believes in God, and their creations, which aren’t wanted by Christians or nihilists, as they’re deemed unacceptable; a belief untenable in the modern age as the mass media of cinema and television audiences for outré film entertainments indicates. In simple terms, Hammer productions are thematically Satanical, as the Christian perspective is that the Gellhorn twins are evil, because they’re naked and beautiful, whereas the Satanist position is that they’re naked and beautiful. For Christians, the fiction, which is presented as fact by the conventions of cinematic veracity, that is, that the girls are lesbians and vampires, justifies the nihilist philosophy of destruction: lesbian vampires must be destroyed. However, as screen nudity is what the thematic device of lesbian vampires is for, the destruction of the creation, on the understanding that beautiful naked girls are evil, is a spuriously moral campaign, based on the principle of adultery.
The mistake of Christianity is to assume that nudity is immoral, as the theme of lesbian vampires is evil, whereas that’s the plot device designed to drive in the truth, like the stake in the heart of the vampire that kills it, which is that girls are beautiful naked. Obsessed with the idea that the naked are evil, the Christian is programed by the filmmaker to destroy girls for being beautiful, when naked, succumbing to nihilism’s embrace, which isn’t moral. The Satanist is, in the sense that their creators aren’t God, which is why movies like Twins of Evil exist, as Count Karnstein tacitly suggests to actor Peter Cushing in his role as Gustav Weil, the Puritan uncle of the Gellhorn sisters, ‘What's the meaning of this, Weil? Out witch-hunting again?’1 That Christianity would nihilistically destroy such creations is the basis for Satanism’s rejection of Christian morality, but not of God, Who is definable as the Creator, but not a creator of movies, which paradoxically is the basis for logically supposing that God isn’t disapproving of beautiful naked girls.
Film creators are under pressure to make girls appear evil, as nudity isn’t a sufficient reason for Christian moralists to vicariously experience the Satanical joys of anticipating the nihilistic destruction of the immoral. The fiction espoused by Christian moralists is that nudity inspires adultery, and is applied to magazines such as Playboy. Moreover, it’s adultery that’s the basis of Christian morality, as a form of demonic possession producing ‘Armageddon’, that is, the end of the world battle, scheduled to take place on the plain of Megiddo (Rev: 16. 16), geographically situated, according to the Bible, near the northern port of the city, Haifa, on the coast of Jewish Palestine. The Bible is, partly, the history and law of the Jews, that is, the Torah and Talmud, written before the transcription of Jesus’ teaching, known as the New Testament, who’s believed by Christians to supersede in authority the Jews’ Old Testament, ‘Love your neighbor as you love yourself.’ (Mk: 12. 31) Adultery is the awareness that beautiful naked girls are available for sexual activity, without reference to a particular gene pool’s indicating faithfulness to God. However, as a consequence of nations fearful of being adulterated, ‘ethnic cleansing’ is the nihilistic extinction, by means of extermination, peoples who’re perceived as unfaithful representations of nationhood, which isn’t neighborly.
That ethnic cleansing is nihilism, based on belief in adultery, as the impetus for the extermination of populations, to protect the faithful nation of unadulterated genes, isn’t Satanism, which is the knowledge that beautiful naked girls aren’t adulterous. God told Eve that her seed would prevail, ‘You shall crush the head of the serpent with your foot, but he will bruise your heel.’ (Gen: 3. 15) If Satan, the angel turned into a serpent by God for rejecting God’s plan that the human host would be greater than the angelic, is understood to be an evil brain, then Jesus ‘Christ’, ‘the chosen’, born uncontaminated by male semen from his mother, the Virgin Mary, represented in Christian iconography crushing the head of the serpent with her foot, is God’s ‘foot’. As women’s seed is futanarian, that is, some women are hermaphroditic, they’re the human species, with all of the host wombs, and therefore all of the human brainpower adulterated by men as the serpent’s seed; for example, when a woman accused of adultery was brought before Jesus, he said, ‘Let he who is without sin cast the first stone.’ (John: 8. 7) As women’s seed is a separate human race from men’s, women are the adulterated human species, not the adulterer, which is why Satanism’s is a greater moral perspective; laboring under Christianity’s nihilistic misapprehension of a truth it won’t, or can’t, disseminate.
1 Thomas, Damien as Count Karnstein Twins of Evil, Hammer Film Productions, 1970.