If you are referring to LaVeyan Satanism, they are an organization of like-minded individuals; they refer to themselves as a religion for the sake of cultivating attention to establish influence, as well as mocking the popular Abrahamic religions, alluding to their fervently anti-theistic disposition.
I agree with the majority of their practice, which is essentially a discipline to navigate any psychological pitfalls capable of obscuring education along the path of self-empowerment. The “Nine Satanic Sins”, for example, are “Stupidity, pretentiousness, solipsism, self-deceit, herd conformity, lack of perspective, forgetfulness of past orthodoxies, counterproductive pride, and lack of aesthetics”.
They reference Satan as a cosmic archetype, of course, not as a literal entity to be worshiped. They use the term “magic” to refer to subtle, yet strategic psychological manipulation among peers (aesthetics being relevant to symbolic communication), rather than the belief in spells.
They advocate education via personal experience before faith, responsible empathy, as well as respect for nature and celebration of one’s biological compulsions. What I happen to assert in terms of “Liberating Reality” is actually dramatically similar to their formula, something I’ve progressively noticed.
I have considered reaching out to “The Church of Satan” to cultivate a mutually beneficial relationship utilizing our established influence.