As I have said before, I am in essence a Catholic even though I am a Heretic and proud of it but my views within Christianity differ greatly from those of many Catholics and other Christians various denominations. My foot is only half-heartedly within the boundaries/confines of the Catholic Church/Papacy etc. To be Catholic in a Christian sense doesn’t mean you do what the Church tells you to do or believe nor does it mean following idiotic, male shovenistic ideas and concepts within and outside of the Bible. My views of God in a Christian context go hand-in-hand with those of Satan but not that they are the same or anything. Satan is an Angel of the Lord (god, that reminds me of a spooky, freaky animation I once saw on YouTube – Mark Twain inspired animation that is!) but my views are that Satan who is both in Heaven and on Earth is a Trickster and/or Tempter of Man, Woman, and Child. I don’t look at Satan as being evil in the common sense of the word but rather as an entity that helps to remind me of my place and who I am but not in a negative way. I am but a man but I am a man with a soul and what is a soul but a seed divine!? Satan exists whether if you believe in Him or not and so do demons which act in similar way to their master so to speak. Satan is, for me, the ideal entity or spirit to go to to curse someone but more on lines of reminding them of who they are.
It is said that every angel regardless of their rank is an aspect of the Divine which is God/G-d but when I say God I am not talking about a male entity or being but rather a female and male entity/spirit/being etc. The word, “God” to me is just a word that defines, to a degree, the Divine. Satan is the angel that tempts but in a good way. Technically speaking Satan is the God of this World and the Bible clarifies it which would lead to reason that the worship of Satan is accessible. I don’t worship Satan unless you consider honoring Satan as worship which would then lead to reason that any spirit/entity you honor is the same as worshiping them. You could look at God as being the Universe or Universal Substance. Satan is just one of those aspects and instead of us, humans, being aspects of God or sparks of the Divine meaning that we return to God when we die, our souls were created from God or the Universal Substance but if God is our parent then God would want us to be all we can be, right? If God wants us to be all we can be on Earth then why give us a soul? To be closer to God? If God went through everything just to create us and give us a soul to connect to Him/Her and return right back to Him/Her when we die then God isn’t much a good parent, is He/She? God wants us to reach our full spiritual potential.
One of the aspects of God that I spoke of earlier when I said that my views of God are different from other’s views is that yes God has a temper but the idea of God is that God is a culmination of aspects – kind of like putting all the pagan deities into One deity hence the hatred Jews, Christians, and Muslims have towards Pagans!? There is nothing wrong with worshiping various deities – it’s just the manner they are worshipped in that infuriates God. God wants to be recognized, God is after all a Jealous God, and why should God be recognized? God is the Universal Substance, that which gives birth all other things – everything emanates or rather comes from God but instead of returning to God (maybe at the end of it all, everything will return back to the One) it all evolves or becomes recycled so to speak. God has a negative side and a positive side – Yin and Yang but the difference with my view is that there is a positive and a negative Yin as well as a positive and negative Yang. This brings up one of the biggest issues people have with God and Christianity – all of the hatred – love contradiction stuff. God is supposed to be a god of Love and Mercy but yet He has a roaring temper! As I said earlier, there are different aspects to God – positive and negative. God is a reflection of us just as we are a reflection of God – God is man-made in a sense but yet we are God made as well.
Sometimes it just take a person time to see and realize a truth.