The Devil’s Greatest Trick

Have you ever heard stories from the bible and wondered, if our God is so loving and so forgiving, why, throughout history, has he been so vengeful? Why did he wipe out almost all of life on Earth with ‘The Flood’? Why did he plague the Ancient Egyptians time and time again? And why does he, still, to this day, allow war and suffering on Earth? … I have.

Have you ever wondered why there is a book, “The Book”, that basically tells us how we must live our lives in order to get into heaven when we die? We must abide by 10 commandments or suffer an eternity of pain, but, God will also forgive our sins… This book is full of contradictions and stories about how our “all-forgiving all-loving” God, murders, tortures and abuses his power! Let me ask you, is this a being you wish to worship? Is this a being whose “house” you wish to move into for all eternity?

Have you ever heard of the satanic bible? Do you know the 11 Satanic Commandments? Allow me to enlighten you,

Number 10: Do not kill non-human animals unless you are attacked or for your food.
Number 6: Do not take that which does not belong to you unless it is a burden to the other person and they cries out to be relieved.
Number 5: Do not make sexual advances unless you are given the mating signal.

These are just the rules in which to live by, and what of Satan himself, why, in the same bible that you worship, did he ever harm a living soul? In fact, when he was in the desert with Jesus, he was actually looking out for him, basically saying,

“40 days and nights without food? You NEED to eat something or you will die”

Jesus was willing to die for his God, and God was willing to let him, Satan has never killed, Satan has never brought harm to anyone, Satan has only ever looked out for people, in the Garden of Eden, both Adam and Eve were left naked for a perverted God to see, they knew nothing other that what God wanted them to and was asked not to eat from the Tree of Life, but Satan granted them both knowledge and free will, their eyes were opened to how cruel their God really is, and for this, they were banished, would an all-forgiving all-loving God do that?

Some people say that The Devil’s greatest trick was convincing the world he didn’t exist, but I believe those people are wrong, we were all wrong for so long, I believe that the truth is this, The Devil’s greatest trick wasn’t convincing the world he doesn’t exist, but convincing the world that he is God!

I believe that somehow, The Devil overthrew God and banished him from Heaven, I believe that after this, he assumed both the role and the name of God and left us to worship him thinking the real God is actually The Devil, I believe this is why God is so vengeful in The Bible, I believe this is why God sends down plagues, I believe this is why God has killed yet The Devil has not, I believe they swapped places and we just don’t know it and I believe when we pray to our God to join him in Heaven, our prayers are answer but we don’t go where we expect.

  • thirteenlilsykos

    Is this a story or just a platform for your personal beliefs?

    • Nico Wonderdust

      No, definitely not a platform for my personal beliefs, especially since it’s safe to assume the narrator reads the “Satanic Bible” and despite what it says, I’m not stupid enough to be in the same building as one, let alone read one. I’m also not particularly very religious, but i do have some form of “beliefs” which oppose this story, the intention was always to make people think before blindly following suit, and to add a sense of “I unknowingly worship Satan?”, because that, if you ask me, is a truly terrifying idea.

  • Psychosis

    This makes you think about things.

    • Simon

      Yeah. I had to go look up how is “testament” in English to explain some people who know nothing about the Bible a bit about the Bible.

    • Nico Wonderdust

      I’m glad it does!

  • Christian Lindo

    No, that can’t be true

    • Akshay Pawar

      Or may be it is true

    • Nico Wonderdust

      Oh but it is, you’ve been worshiping Satan this whole time 😉

  • Lakuma81

    seems quite true. the facts add up

    • Simon

      Well, if we don’t mention how the Bible has 2 testaments written with a lot of time between eachother. The old testament was even written in a time when Christianity wasn’t still a thing and only its precursor, the Jewish religion was around, so of course the early version wasn’t as altruistic as the current ideals.
      But yeah, it totally makes perfect sence otherwise……

      • Konner


      • Nico Wonderdust

        I fail to see how the bible having two testaments with a lot of time in between has affects the story, aren’t the stories in each testament the same? And isn’t God just as vengeful in each? If I’m wrong here then I tip my hat to you, as this is something I wasn’t actually aware of xD But that being said, if both testaments are different, then which one is closer to the truth? xD

        • Simon

          The point is that the 2 separate parts were written in completely different eras where the ideals were different. Once the message was “Eye for Eye.”, but several hundred years later it turned into “Love your enemies.”. So that’s the atheistic explanation for God’s somewhat inconsistent and vengeful behaviour. Different writers, different times, different ideas.

          The Christian explanation would be that God pretty much has it all figured out. If someone has screwed up and doesn’t want to fix his mistakes, nor does he even feel bad for them, he’s irredeemable. The people during Noah’s time could be considered such, as Noah and his family were the only people still believing in God. The pharaon, on the other hand, is a bit more redeemable. He does end up releasing the Jews at the end, even though he was pretty stubborn at first (for which he pays the price) and still changed his opinion soon after (for which he definitely pays the price). Basically, God always likes to be sure about who he’s dealing with, even when it comes to righteous people. For example, he told Abraham to sacrifice his son Isaac to Him, but when Abraham was about to do so, an angel stopped him. Abraham had every reason not to attempt the sacrifice, but by doing it he proved his love for God.

          And as far as I know, Jews only consider the old testament to be canon, while Christians believe both to be canon.

          • Carson Taylor

            Why would there be 2 “different’ testaments, if it was “God’s (rules)”/way of life? They should NEVER change, and those who don’t abide will be punished. Or is it not just the word of a power hungry man?

          • Simon

            The testaments were written by different saints at different points in history. God himself didn’t change, it’s just the ideals that got developed further.

    • Nico Wonderdust


  • Simon

    You know, maybe that’s because Christianity is thousands of years old and morals change and stuff.
    Also, Got works in mysterious ways and all that. He’s basically got it all figured out.

    • Konner

      God* I got you twice XD

      • Simon

        Ugh, damn autocorrect…
        Edit:And now it said “talk” instead of “damn”…

        • Konner

          Lol I don’t even have autocorrect

    • Nico Wonderdust

      But surely God’s morals wouldn’t change? And isn’t “God works in mysterious ways” just a cop out for religious-types?

  • Konner

    My religion is ruined Lol

    • Nico Wonderdust

      All the best stories of this variety ruin you life just a little bit, and I am glad I could do that for you 😉

      • Konner

        I am glad aswell

  • Fiver

    This isn’t a story, nor is it particularly creepy. It’s a flat theory with peculiar and slightly rambling build up. It’s repetitive and the “break through” is not the deep. You also have little tangents that I feel you meant to tie in later but either forgot or thought to just leave.

    • Nico Wonderdust

      I’m sorry you feel that way, hopefully you’ll enjoy some of my other stuff. I’ll also be sure to try harder when writing in future (-:

  • Isaac Norton

    Good thing I don’t worship either XD

  • MadisonAshley

    This has made me reflect on my life😂 well done, you’ve made me think twice👏