Autobiography of SATAN
you want to be one of this world’s damn fools, swallowing everything spoon-fed to you, or do
you want to start thinking for yourself?
Why, you ask, with your usual suspicions, should you pay attention to
anything I say? It’s a reasonable question. Why, indeed?
Your distorted sense of me has persisted for much too long now, and to your own
detriment, I might add, for it has been used incessantly to scare you into an unquestioning state of
submission. There have been far too many twisted accounts of me, both mythic
and legendary--and all, of course, unauthorized. Deep inside the mental pockets
of your memory, generally out of sight and mind, you carry around these delusional tales like
small, polished, talismanic stones that have the power, if the need ever arises, to ward off any
approach I might make toward you. But all they have accomplished thus far is to
keep you unaware of what is lurking beneath them, the insidious web of secrets that, across the
ages, has so cleverly been kept hidden from you. My aim, as you will see now, if
you can only look with open eyes, is to awaken you to the truth of my existence.
Believe me when I say that my deepest desire has always been to tell you the truth, and
nothing but the truth, so help me--even though, for thousands of years, I have
been branded the Father of Lies. Talk about a bum rap.
Picture a hairy, red-faced character, with horns, claws, and a pointed tail, a
sulphur-smelling, demonic figure, wearing a hideous grin as he pitchforks soul after salacious
soul into the burning depths of Hell. Can you imagine any reasonable individual
swallowing such a silly explanation for why evil exists in this world?
But I am
obviously getting ahead of myself. This is, after all, the story of my
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The Story of Satan's Many Struggles,
across the History
of Human Existence, to Unshackle the Human Mind, and
Open the Gates to Forbidden Knowledge.
moment of his first emergence as a single spark in the dimness of prehistory, to the more
enlightening force into which he evolves across the full span of human existence, Satan, as he
now clearly illustrates, has been urging human beings to open their eyes to the world around
them, and to continue seeking, with unfettered minds, for ultimate answers, yet to be found. To
do so he must struggle against the persistent attempts to stifle that urge by the "spoon feeders," as
he calls them, individuals who have insisted, within every age, and often with a bloody fist, that
they, and they alone, are the possessors of the only beliefs that every human being should accept
and live by, without question. As Satan traces the history of their many attempts to stop human
beings from thinking for themselves, he also takes his readers on a search for the ultimate source
of all evil in this world. Readers will obviously enter the book with the standard concept of
Satan as a supernatural figure of evil. They will leave the book, however, with a better
understanding of how such mind-twisting concepts have been used to keep people away from the
"forbidden" knowledge that lies beyond the borders of entrenched beliefs.