Devil worship is more appropriately called diabolatry, because of its association with the beliefs and convictions of Christianity. You can find many exaggerated accounts of devil worship that can be read in many chronicles written to frighten and terrify the public. Accounts about Devil worship were basically fictitious that Christians typically acknowledged as truths.
For an uninitiated person, Satanism seems sinister and wicked. But most Satanists don’t agree to it. Commonly, people adapt Satanism because they are looking for something purposeful and definite for their lives, and usually, they find it through Satanism. Possibly their previous faith isn’t providing to them the paths for exploration they need spiritually. Perhaps they want to discover other possibilities before deciding that satanism was made for them.
From the early years, themes of religion have led to fantastic art imageries. There might not be a lot of documentation of the Satanism influence on art but there are many artists that have created or are creating works of art inspired by satanic symbols and themes that are worth recognizing.
The Satanic Bible is a book that contains observations, essays and rituals. It was published in 1969 by Anton LaVey. In contrary to sacredness upheld by Christians and Muslims in regard to the Holy Bible and the Quran, the Satanic Bible is not considered sacred. As much as the Satanic Bible may not be considered holy, it is an authoritative book that guides the Satanic community.