Satanic Theocracy

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Not to be confused with the philosophies of Anton LaVey and the TST as Secular Satanism.

Satanic Theocracy is a religious, culturally variable, and usually Authoritarian Left ideology which worships Satan (Theistic Satanism) and wants to establish a Theocracy of their religion.

Its position on most axies is variable since "Satanism" doesn't refer to any specific religion or movement, but instead an umbrella of hundreds if not thousands of different religions and theologies, all with extremely different ideals. Those people and organisations that usually strive for some sort of theocracy tend to be culturally right and AuthUnity, the actual majority of practicing Satanists however tend to be progressives, and are often some form of left-wing.


The system has never been practiced.

The closest real-life parallel to a satanic theocracy would probably closed-off satanic cults. There is however no sufficient evidence that such a cult ever actually existed, the "satanic cult" is mostly a myth to come out of the Satanic Panic and actual satanic cults are both extremely rare and usually online or relatively far removed from having any usual cult governing structures.

Internet cults like the Joy of Satan Ministries however exist and work off of the unquestioned authority of their version of Satan as well as their leader in the group's forum.

The Blood over Intent movement has tried to reach IRL cult status in establishing the self-governing Sofia Sanctuary, assumingly a failed project, as no information is available on it anymore.[2][3]

The majority of Satanic organisations, while they tend to have clear hierarchies, cannot usually be classified as cults but rather as regular religious organisations, no matter if they are IRL or not. Important to note is also that the vast majority of Satanists do not partake in any organisation, but are rather free in their practice and theology, similar to many [other] Neo-Pagan and New-Age movements.


Satanic Theocracy wants to establish a theocratic state with Satan or one of his demons at its head. The economic and cultural doctrines of Satanic Theocracy would be dependent on the specific Religion that is adopted, though since it is a theocratic model, it would assumingly be authoritarian in nature. Based on the description of Satanism as the worship of “evil,” one can assume that a hypothetical satanic state would be extremely militaristic, idealizing violence; the most evil and cruel people would be considered the best representatives of a given society. While most satanists tend to be more left-leaning, those who are most likely to strive for a theocracy of any sort would probably belong to a religion and/or organisation which falls under the proto-academic classification of " Neo-Nazi Satanism". Examples of which include the Order of the Nine Angles, which even performs satanic rituals toward Hitler directly.

Two organisations that have made the establishment of a satanic theocracy their official goal are:

  • The Satanic Front, which is partially associated with the Temple of Satan,[4]
  • The Satanists Commune, a possibly now-defunct self-proclaimed democratic socialist organisation based out of Wales.

Satanic Supremacism

The doctrine of Satanic Supremacism is relatively prevalent in some more right-wing satanist theologies and organisations. This concept posits, as most prominently explained and believed in by R. J. Womack, that satanists are chosen to become such by a higher power (usually obviously Satan) and must keep their bloodline pure through only procreating with other Satanists, believing these "pure-blooded" satanists to be superior to any other humans, the concept is thus also referred to as Generational Satanism.

Multiple other groups, completely independent and uninfluenced by Womack, hold the same or very similar beliefs in some sort of religious and/or blood superiority; another example of which is The Satanists Commune, which believes in the spiritual superiority of Satanists over others; and the Blood Over Intent movement, which that believes only those on good terms with its leader and in "The Book of Life" will pass on into the afterlife.


In the polcompball context, Satanic Theocracy is often used as a substitute for a "Satan", "Demon","Hatred" or "Evil" character.

Whenever he is portrayed in a non-menacing light, it's usually in a mocking-way, using satanic stereotypes and misinformation such as participating in orgies, listening to heavy metal, eating babies, and stanning serial killers. He can also be portrayed in a way which mocks the christian right's conspiracy theories, such as by reading Harry Potter or playing Pokémon (his favorite is one is Giratina) and D&D.

He is usually portrayed to either be evil & menacing or edgy.

How to Draw

Flag of Satanic Theocracy
  1. Draw a ball
  2. Fill it with black
  3. Draw an upside down red pentagram in a circle (Pentacle)
  4. Add red horns
  5. Add red eyes and you're done!


The Hellborn

NOTE: Some of the relationships are meant to be satirical

Purgatory Dwellers

  • Esoteric Fascism - While pagan gods aren't Satan, many of your followers also like me, so you're good I guess. And as Michael Aquino said, your Wewelsburg is a powerful place for our rituals. Although Pledians look angelic.
  • Pagan Theocracy - Definitely on the right path, just not quite there yet. And I'm just an Abrahamic who took the other side.
  • Nazism - I have a complicated relationship with you, half of me despises you and everything you stand for, the other half literally worships your leader.
  • Jihadism - While an abrahamic, the O9A still likes you.
  • Alt-Right - Stop making conspiracy theories about me, other than that some of you are based.
  • Anarcho-Egoism - Many of us emphasize individual freedom and support pride which Christians consider the main sin. But you consider Satan a spook
  • Soulism - Dear esoteric friend, you claim that you hate me for being a cruel and barbaric despot, but yet you enjoying orgies with my succubi in the spiritual realm like a horny animal? Curious.
  • Cosmicism - Cthulhu Pt'hag'n? I don't know about that demon... There are third esoteric positions named "Squids"? Ok, I'm really confused.
  • Hippieism - Please Allow me to introduce myself...
    • - Dude, I need to make a song about this, Wait what am I on right now?

Servants of the Demiurge

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  1. The Order of Nine Angles-affiliated Rural People's Party adheres to Juche and reportedly has connections with North Korean officials.
  2. Welcome to Sophia Sanctuary - A Place For Healing (Archive)
  3. Blood Over Intent Leader Starting IRL Cult?