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So as to increase openness, members of the church have now opened a Facebook page, the Church of Satan Kenya through which willing members are contacted through the phone number 07XX 666 666 (the two digits omitted by this paper), which interestingly makes use of the numbers 666, the mark of the beast in the Bible.
In the Facebook page, one of the members quips: “There is no God but yourself and Satan is your friend.” The recruitment for membership of the church has some questions that can tickle your mind.
The sins in this church are not things like coveting your neighbour’s wife or committing adultery (the church okays you to make sexual advances if you are given the mating signal) except being stupid, pretentious or self-centred. “I have already paid Sh4,000 and I am only left with Sh4,000 to pay.” Papre is one of the many Nairobians, who are investing to join the Church of Satan, founded on April 30, 1966 by Magus Anthony Szandor La Vey with the aim of being “openly dedicated to the acceptance of man’s true nature—that of a carnal beast, living in a cosmos that is indifferent to our existence.” La Vey was an American author, occultist, and musician.
The members believe in magic and do not worship—nor believe in—the Devil or a Christian notion of Satan but its adherents see themselves as truth-seekers, adversaries and sceptics of the religious world around them. He was the church’s High Priest until his death in 1997 after which his position was passed on to his common law wife, Blanche Barton.
Satanism holds individualism as one of their values simply stating: “we don’t expect all of our members to agree on everything, or even to ‘get along’ with each other.” A fundamental “house rule” for the church is that “those who affiliate are not required to like, appreciate, or praise one another—which should be expected with an association of wildly diverse individuals.
However, they must refrain from publicly attacking or antagonising each other.” “To us, Satan is the symbol that best suits the nature of we who are carnal by birth—people who feel no battles raging between our thoughts and feelings, we who do not embrace the concept of a soul imprisoned in a body.
By Nyambega Gisesa In their church, you are forbidden from stating the name of Jesus Christ, and treating your visitors with kindness if they annoy you.
Members of the church carry red cards that they use to identify themselves as members and things like “group hugs” are forbidden.
Recently, the church came up with measures for those willing to be members with rules that now require a sort of screening before recruitment.
Kenyans willing to join the Church of Satan like other residents of countries in Africa are advised against trying to register with the church unless they have first been in contact through email and gained pre-approval.
A registration form is downloaded online and strictly sent through postal mail.
Upon payment of the registration fees, you are given an embossed crimson card declaring you a member of the Church of Satan.
All memberships are processed only through the New York office.