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Troll Towelhead, The Grand Mufti of Satanism and Creator of This Site

This is a page of media presentations which i am making or participating in for educational purposes and Satanic outreach, plus, as a bonus, some iconic images of trolls which I am using to engage the Satanist subculture online through a method of martyrdom and legitimizing (the mufti has assimilated Scandinavian folkloric qualities; my adoption of a Turkic turban gives me reason to sport the epithet as well as the fashion in solidarity with the Middle East, which is demonized currently by the Western Christian establishment).


4/1/24 Date -- {4+1+2024 = 13 = 4}

Satanism in Theory and Practice


1) Subversion Ideologies;
propaganda promoted by religions
like Christianity and Islam
about the evil people among us
Jews, witches, cultists, satanists, islamists

2) Religious reaction to propaganda;
victims adopt some of the propaganda
and construct religious activities,
with a form that is variable
with an ideology that is variable
but re-embedding and ridiculing
what they were taught was a real threat
having known or discovered it was a falsity

3) Re-embedment counter-promotions
primarily the self-identifier,
witch, satanist;
but also some of the accusations,
sabbats, pacts with the Devil;
plus adoptions of fringe-traditional
elements in a new valence (such as
the Black Mass and Devil's Advocate)



Presentation is a huge and easily-engaged element of practice in Satanism.
it extends from a type of self-promotion and self-adornment that mimics the condemnatory propaganda,
and this initiates by re-embedment of the condemnatory term (taking it on oneself and redefining it)
examples of terms originally intended as slams which were taken up as self-identifications include: 'witch,' 'pagan,' 'hag,' 'heathen,' 'heretic,' 'conjurer,' 'magician,' 'warlock,' 'sorcerer,' and 'satanist.'
similar terms which have only occasionally been used for self-description and not used by widespread groups are: idolater, infidel, and apostate.

Self-adornment easily slips from ritual drama into lifestyle ornamentation, and while the latter is criticized by both original conservative Christian and Muslim cultures from which those who use them come as well' as those who seek to promote "authentic," "serious," and deep adherence to something they promote as religion, participation in the reactionary subculture forms a perimeter around religious and spiritual behaviour (coinciding with Goth and Metal standards of clothing, jewelry, and tattoo symbolism choices; in musical taste and appreciation; and in literature by which they might be inspired or promote as descriptive of their religious identity).

From an examingation of this self-adornment and ornamentation we can identify common symbolism adopted by those using these identifiers: such as point-down pentacles, devils and demons, dragons, the number 666, inverted crosses, and art ridiculing or mocking religiouis clergy or Jesus.

While certain classical and blues music may have acquired a demonic or devilish reputation, the primary focus of Satanists in their musical taste is heavy metal, black metal, and death metal music (bands like Mayhem, Dimmu Borgir, Acheron, Behemoth, Morbid Angel, Venom, Deicide, and King Diamond (some of whom self-describe as Satanists).

Philosophy and Religion

Overlapping this choice of lifestyle, entertainment, and self-identity, it's common to find philosophic and religious testimonials, slogans, and allegiances sworn to, along with sermons about what Satanism is, from whence it derives, what defines it, who constitutes an exemplary (or definitive) member or adherent of the religion, and what opinions, ideology, demonology, theology, atheism, or cosmology should be promoted as part of an orthodox practice and participation (including heavily criticizing proselytizing).

The popularity of these philosophic and religiouus expressions result from publishing success by early Satanists (like the Church of Satan after Anton LaVey), or from promotions by later exponents who have come into prominence due to high visibility political strife with the Christian establishment advocating the separation of religion from government (like The Satanic Temple after Lucien Greaves). Their variety is therefore marked and none of them are either sacrosanct or monolithically supported by Satanists.

Where it forges from philosophy it adapts ideals and values and translates them into behavioural platforms, even out to 'sins,' and when it becomes religious it becomes a focus of repeated rite and sworn allegiance for cultic adherence and integrity (as The Satanic Bible is for the Church of Satan or as The Book of Coming Forth By Night is for the Templeo of Set).

Some common themes are the support of individual rights and privacy, an endorsement of empirical science as a source of well-founded knowledge and belief, and the preservation of the freedom to do things which others might find offensive but which are not personally violating.

Parallels or precursors: • New Thought (Atkinson and others);
• Thelema (Crowley and others);
• Gnosticism (many sources; coverage by Pagels is good, also for Satan: "The Gnostic Gospels," "The Origin of Satan.");
• Philosophical Taoism (Western, after Alan Watts, Raymond Smullyan, and Benjamin Hoff).



Mufti's Corner FAQs on Satanism Episode 03


Mufti's Corner FAQs on Satanism Episode 02

FAQs 3 Video Transcription


Mufti's Corner FAQs on Satanism Episode 01

FAQs 1-2 Video Transcription

How To Sell Your Soul To Satan

How to Sell Your Soul to Satan: Pact with the Devil

Thoughtful Dialectics

Thoughtful Dialectics: Satan, Satanism, and TaROuk's Sinister Questions


'Troll Towelhead', collaged photos of a troll doll and a gigantic sikh turban found online; a construction by Troll Towelhead
A Lego troll, improved to domesticated standards of attire and facial visage, with the addition of a supremely classic turban from a painting by Jan Van Eyck; a construction by Troll Towelhead
From an original painting by Rien Poortvliet, collaged using Photoshop with a towel and a Yin-Yang symbol.; a construction by Troll Towelhead
A Harry Potter troll from the films with a shower towel from some bath product advertizement; a construction by Troll Towelhead
A lego version of a troll from the Rowling Harry Potter films, collaged with a sort of turban-beret; a construction by Troll Towelhead
Troll from the film "Troll Hunters". The towel was from an online image of someone who was just out of the shower; a construction by Troll Towelhead
A collage of a djinn or swami of a type, a troll doll, a satanic Hello Kitty, and satanic Baphomet; a construction by Troll Towelhead
A Scandanavia garden troll collaged with a middle-eastern turban from found photographs online; a construction by Troll Towelhead
The troll is from the 1985 film "Troll" and the turban is from an advertizement by the fashion company Amir Adnan (a towel of festivity); a construction by Troll Towelhead
The troll is Edward from the film "Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters." The turban seems to have been from a document created by The California Three Rs Project at (it can be found on many sites around the WWW).
A Troll Towelhead original, compositing a child in make-up playing the hippie character in the recent 'Trolls' film and a pile of actual towel.
Another Troll Towelhead original, featuring one of the more adorable stills of the Troll King in "The Hobbit" movie with a make-shift turban made for Shah Rukh that he outfitted on a baseball cap for his birthday.
Troll from "Ashlad and the Hall of the Mountain King" combined with a turkish turban from yours truly. Another Tr.To. triumph!
Another Troll Towelhead triumph! The troll from "Enchanted" plus Nathaniel's turban from the same movie!! Exquisite! Pip and Giselle would be proud.
Another Troll Towelhead triumph with a conventional towel headwrap atop "Internet Troll" by Britt Martin.
Another Troll Towelhead triumph! Troll from "Monkey King Hero is Back" and towel from fine arts america website photo by C Self ("Towelhead").
This troll is actually an image of Mara from a Life of the Buddha animation.

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