In The Secret Doctrine Madame Blavasky says "It is Satan who is the God of our planet and the only God." Even by your standards theosophy is satanism.>But Christianity grew out of the religion of the ancient Hebrews, which grew out of Middle-Eastern pagan traditions.
Yes, but it went against it, like moloch worship and child sacrifice as well as paganism.>I doubt that.
Why do you doubt that? Some of them are openly freemasons (wearing masonic rings) while some only show themselves through masonic symbols which is rough evidence.>This practice fell out of fashion but was revived in the 18th century by artists and intellectuals looking to the Greco-Roman world for inspiration and mostly became unfashionable again by the end of the 19th.
secret societies could have started the trend in the 1700s which was when they were popularized.>In what sense? People who have been on the higher realms report encountering unconditionally loving beings and often end up changing their lives for the better after their experiences.
There was an experience where this New Ager tried to talk to angelic beings about Jesus Christ and it upset them, and they started attacking him. He had to have an deliverance performed on him. Inviting demons into your body is a dangerous practice, even if they disguise as angels or family member.
I gatta ask since you didn't answer my question, why are you against the concept of atheistic satanism? often times it's theistic satanists that have a problem with it? Just out of my curiosity.