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If you don't understand the symbols, then read this:

Inverted Cross - used as an anti-Christian symbol, associated with Satanism and anti-religious attitudes; represents the opposite of Christianity by inverting its primary symbol, the Latin Cross.

Satanic Cross - is a variation of the alchemical symbol for Sulfur; it was placed above the Nine Satanic Statements in the The Satanic Bible, and is commonly used in rituals.

Inverted Pentagram - used by Ceremonial magicians to represent various elemental energies, spirits or deities. Satanists inverted the upright pentacle and adopted it as their own symbol.
The inverted pentacle with a goat's head is called the Sigil of Baphomet. It's the official insignia for the Church of Satan, created by Anton LaVey. (It is also a symbol that is used by several other organizations, usually those associated with Satanism.) The goat face represents carnality; the five-pointed star is a symbol of perfection, organic perfection specifically.

Anarchy - means the absence of coercion and not the lack of order. Represents an anti-authoritarian society that is based on the spontaneous order of free individuals in autonomous communities, operating on principles of mutual aid, voluntary association, and direct action. Common sense allow people to come together in agreement to form a functional society allowing for the participants to freely develop their own sense of morality, ethics or principled behaviour. It's the absolute freedom.

You can say whatever you want about my beliefs, I couldn't care less.

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LilReaperjr Featured By Owner Jun 2, 2013
I stand for Anarchy, for it is the only true and honest way to liberate the Almighty Father. *Or as I like to call him Papa Anarchy* :D
PlagueJester Featured By Owner Nov 5, 2011
Just one adjustment I think you should make in the description.

Inverted Cross - requested by Saint Peter for his crucifixion as he found himself unworthy to be crucified in the same manner as his lord. [link]

Always thought it was strange that some Satanists would take on a symbol of Christ worshiping humbleness.
deidarainu Featured By Owner Sep 13, 2010  Hobbyist Writer
I stand for both Satan AND anarchy
PsycopathL Featured By Owner Jun 26, 2010
Ooo I love it!
Mysterieux936 Featured By Owner Jul 18, 2009
I've more often seen that sigil referred to as the Sigil of Sulfer rather than the Satanic cross. I consider this [link] to be the Satanic cross. It represents an inverted question mark to symbolize the questioning of authority and the laws of god. It is also a representation of the three crown princes Satan, Belial, and Leviathan, and complete power under Lucifer.

Could always be wrong, though. I admit it is difficult to get reliable information on the occult.
TheLadyVanity Featured By Owner Jul 28, 2009
Sigil of Sulfur , as you call it , is the "Sigil of the Infernal" . It as also considered a Satanic Cross , and it represents two of the main elements used on rituals: fire and brimstone . It's called the Sigil of the Infernal due to that association with fire.
On the Satanic Bible of LaVey , the Sigil of the Infernal is placed above the Nine Satanic Statements and that's why it's considered a Satanic Cross . You can also find the Sigil of Baphomet there , when Satanic Rituals are mentioned .
I've read about that Satanic Cross that you're talking about and there's a lot of symbology behind it , but it's not part of the Satanic Bible . Anyway , there ain't no rules about what is wrong or right about this . So perhaps these are both satanic crosses .
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