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catalog selling Satanic-related gear:
"Just in time for the new millennium, Satan Shop is proud to introduce the International Satanic Pride Flag. The flag consists of five stripes containing three colors, black, red and silver. These colors were chosen after considering input from hundreds of Satanists worldwide. These new symbols and colors are a great way to discreetly express your Satanic Pride to other Satanists.
(Flag has five horizontal stripes: Black, Red, Silver, Red, Black.)
"Satan2000.com finalized the flag and wolf silhouette designs on December 31, 2000. These colors and designs are NOT copyrighted and are hereby declared Public Domain as our gift to the satanic community. Please feel free to use these colors and symbols as you see fit. Quality images of these new symbols are available by clicking on the images below."
Generic link at
http://www.satan2000.com/plaza/satanicpride.html, plus also
http://www.satan2000.com/plaza/satanic-pride-flag.html, about the flag, and
http://www.satan2000.com/plaza/satanic-pride-wolf.html, about the wolf
symbol, which seems to be not used on flags.
António Martins-Tuválkin, 28 December 2002
While the Satanic pride flag design is still offered in merchandise decoration, the flags they had once for sale seem to have been sold out. Additionally, the outfit that first promoted the Satanist pride flag is now offering flags with the "Baphomet sign": http://www.satanshop.com/index.php?cat=Collection&aisle=769; these came in white lining on black, in black lining on white, in black lining filled purple or red, and in white lining on black disc on white.
also features a variation to the original 5-stripe design (http://www.satanshop.com/images/709b.jpg)
with additional black triangles pointing inwards on the vertical edges of the
light grey stripe and on a white-fimbriated black disc over all, extending onto
the middle of the red stripes, a slightly overlapping white (or rather
counterchanged) inverted Solomon's sign.
António Martins-Tuválkin, 13 February 2008