The Narrative of Lucifer
“[The] requirement for preexisting evidence should be a prerequisite for all knowledge. The philosophical and scientific skeptic believes no objective statement of any significance without reason or empirical evidence. This is the beginning of knowledge and wisdom.” —Narratives 3(Lucifer): 32-34
The Narrative of Lucifer is the third chapter in The Satanic Narratives: A modern Satanic Bible, and introduces the aspect of Lucifer: representing scientific and philosophical skepticism.
A Satanist should not just be a seeker of the light of wisdom, but should be a bringer of light, as well. To identify with the Lucifer aspect is to be a teacher, a trainer, a helper, and a coach. As a Satanist, you do not suffer fools and you do not waste your time on those who are not interested in learning; however, you are willing to give of yourself to those who are eager for greater understanding.
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