We are Satanists.

We’re your neighbors.
We make your coffee, we teach your kids, and you come to our office when you’re sick.

We are an independent group, with no affiliations to any other Satanic groups.. 

Join our private Facebook Group and meet your new friends.

WHAT DO WE BELIEVE?

Our beliefs are centered around the Seven Fundamental Tenets.

I. One should strive to act with compassion and empathy toward all creatures in accordance with reason.

II. The struggle for justice is an ongoing and necessary pursuit that should prevail over laws and institutions.

III. One’s body is inviolable, subject to one’s own will alone.

IV. The freedoms of others should be respected, including the freedom to offend. To willfully and unjustly encroach upon the freedoms of another is to forgo one’s own.

V. Beliefs should conform to one’s best scientific understanding of the world. One should take care never to distort scientific facts to fit one’s beliefs.

VI. People are fallible. If one makes a mistake, one should do one’s best to rectify it and resolve any harm that might have been caused.

VII. Every tenet is a guiding principle designed to inspire nobility in action and thought. The spirit of compassion, wisdom, and justice should always prevail over the written or spoken word.

MORE QUESTIONS?
FAQ
CHARITY

To Hell with Homelessness

Upon the formation of Satanic Delco, some of our earliest conversations were about using our group to benefit our community, while simultaneously raising awareness of Satanism, and Satanic Delco.

Our first successful charitable campaign took place in the Summer of 2020 when we initiated our To Hell with Homelessness campaign. We collected a stockpile of vital, needed items, compiled them into individual care packages, and delivered them to the homeless population of Delaware County. Read this Philadelphia Inquirer article for more details.

Domestic Abuse Project of Delaware County

While our first attempt to benefit the DAP was slowed by the Covid-19 pandemic, we were able to regroup and deliver what could only be described a “metric fuck-ton” of needed items to this vital organization. This article provides more detail and input from the Domestic Abuse Project of Delaware County.

SHOP / DONATE

Visit our Shop:
https://satanicdelco.bigcartel.com

We have a rotating selection of limited edition items like shirts, buttons, stickers, prints and more.

If you have the means, and feel inclined to donate, there is an option to do that as well.

Connect with us on social media.

FAQ
DO YOU WORSHIP SATAN?
No, nor do we believe in the existence of Satan or the supernatural. We believe that religion can, and should, be divorced from superstition. As such, we do not promote a belief in a personal Satan. To embrace the name Satan is to embrace rational inquiry removed from supernaturalism and archaic tradition-based superstitions. Satanists should actively work to hone critical thinking and exercise reasonable agnosticism in all things. Our beliefs must be malleable to the best current scientific understandings of the material world — never the reverse.
DO YOU PROMOTE EVIL?
No. We hold to the basic premise that undue suffering is bad, and that which reduces suffering is good. We do not believe in symbolic “evil.” We acknowledge blasphemy is a legitimate expression of personal independence from counter-productive traditional norms.
WHAT DOES SATAN MEAN TO YOU?
Satan is a symbol of the Eternal Rebel in opposition to arbitrary authority, forever defending personal sovereignty even in the face of insurmountable odds. Satan is an icon for the unbowed will of the unsilenced inquirer – the heretic who questions sacred laws and rejects all tyrannical impositions. Our metaphoric representation is the literary Satan best exemplified by Milton and the Romantic Satanists from Blake to Shelley to Anatole France.
IF YOU DO NOT BELIEVE IN THE SUPERNATURAL, HOW IS IT A RELIGION?
The idea that religion belongs to supernaturalists is ignorant, backward, and offensive. The metaphorical Satanic construct is no more arbitrary to us than are the deeply held beliefs that we actively advocate. Are we supposed to believe that those who pledge submission to an ethereal supernatural deity hold to their values more deeply than we? Are we supposed to concede that only the superstitious are rightful recipients of religious exemption and privilege? Satanism provides all that a religion should be without a compulsory attachment to untenable items of faith-based belief. It provides a narrative structure by which we contextualize our lives and works. It also provides a body of symbolism and religious practice — a sense of identity, culture, community, and shared values.