By Vexen Crabtree
This is a partial and incomplete list, biased towards representing Satanism in the UK.
Marc Almond (UK)
Gavin Baddeley, irReverend (UK)
Blanche Barton: High Priestess of the Church of Satan 1997 to 2002
Giosue Carducci (1835-1907). Italy, nobel prize winner. See Giosue Carducci: 19th Century Poet, Statesman and Satanist by R. Merciless (2000)
Aleister Crowley (1875-1947): Occultist and magician
John Dee (17th century): Inventor of Enochian
Peter Gilmore: High Priest of the Church of Satan from 2001
Edward Kelly (17th century): Inventor of Enochian
Anton LaVey: High Priest of the Church of Satan from 1966 until 1997
LaVey, Satan Xerxes Carnacki: Anton LaVey's third child
Peggy Nadramia: High Priestess of the Church of Satan from 2002
Friedrich Nietzsche: Philosopher, influential non-Satanist
Matt G. Paradise (USA). Reverend in the Church of Satan. Author of the Book of Satanic Quotations
Ragnar Redbeard: Might is Right (1896)
Boyd Rice (USA), a Magister in the Church of Satan1. The mind behind the pioneering industrial band NON.
Michael Rose (USA). A Magister in the Church of Satan1
U.V.Ray, Reverend (UK)
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References: (What's this?)
LaVey, Anton. (1930-1997)(1969) The Satanic Bible. Published by Avon Books Inc, New York, USA. Anton LaVey founded the Church of Satan in 1966.
Partridge, Christopher(2004, Ed.) Encyclopedia of New Religions. Hardback. Published by Lion Publishing, Oxford, UK.
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