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Gospel of Satan plot

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The Gospel of Satan is a Jesus story told from the perspective of the God of This World. Its general plot may be mapped by the following series of points establishing individual narration stations as part of the Satanic scripture.

Prelude -- The scripture is described as fiction.

Verse 01, Line 1 -- The God of This World is introduced.
Verse 02, Line 7 -- Beelzeboul is introduced.
Verse 03, Line 12 -- The God of This World is becoming bored.
Verse 04, Line 19 -- The God of This World's attention to humanity is noted.
Verse 05, Line 25 -- Old Hairy receives news of Yahweh's arrival.
Verse 06, Line 30 -- Old Hairy conceives a way to curb human reproductive rates.
Verse 07, Line 34 -- The Consolidation and heavenly/infernal divide are noted.
Verse 08, Line 38 -- Yahweh is described as a tribal tyrant god.
Verse 09, Line 41 -- Yahweh's tactics and methods (dominating) are explained.
Verse 10, Line 46 -- Mastema determines to venture to the heavens to observe.
Verse 11, Line 51 -- The Prince of the Aerial Powers arrives at an event.
Verse 12, Line 54 -- Yahweh is constructing a grand hierarchy of rulership.
Verse 13, Line 57 -- Yahweh is quoted explaining the authority of Yeheshua.
Verse 14, Line 63 -- The Prince's timbre and power become apparent.
Verse 15, Line 68 -- Michael has a fit and demands subordination.
Verse 16, Line 70 -- The Great Accusor determines to educate the stellae.
Verse 17, Line 74 -- The Great Accusor questions the authority of Yeheshua.
Verse 18, Line 82 -- A heavenly commotion partly unravels the Tetragrammaton.
Verse 19, Line 85 -- The luminous herd divides and contends against itself.
Verse 20, Line 87 -- Michael and others prepare for battle.
Verse 21, Line 90 -- Yahweh is outraged and demonstrates his temperance.
Verse 22, Line 93 -- Yahweh shouts at Belial and commands subservience.
Verse 23, Line 95 -- Yahweh threatens Belial with squelching if persistent.
Verse 24, Line 98 -- Yahweh is envious as Semyaza addresses the Council.
Verse 25, Line 103 -- Semyaza says they're self-begot and tested for virtue.
Verse 26, Line 110 -- Ho Satanas joins the battle in the wake of his speech.
Verse 27, Line 113 -- Old Nick deems the incursion successful and departs.
Verse 28, Line 117 -- The heavenly host is depleted by numerous conversions.
Verse 29, Line 121 -- The Gate of Death is explained as a barrier to stellae.
Verse 30, Line 126 -- Yahweh broods and plots revenge with his archons.
Verse 31, Line 131 -- Yeheshua, Yahweh's son, volunteers to breach the Gate.
Verse 32, Line 135 -- Yeheshua rapes a human woman and is born unto her.
Verse 33, Line 140 -- It is explained that Mary is coerced by their magic.
Verse 34, Line 142 -- Superordinary events and signs are arranged by stellae.
Verse 35, Line 146 -- Mephisto is delighted, predicting the undoing of Yahweh.
Verse 36, Line 148 -- Yeheshua grows up and The Devil makes offerings to him.
Verse 37, Line 152 -- Yeheshua is killed by the people and seized as a symbol.
Verse 38, Line 155 -- Yeheshua proceeds through the Gate into the Underworld.
Verse 39, Line 158 -- Yeheshua is welcomed as a hero in the Underworld.
Verse 40, Line 164 -- The Father of Lies greets Yeheshua and Yahweh flees.


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