Well not exactly Satanism, Satan isn't used symbolicaly in any way, but I'm sure that title got you to click on it ;). Anyway I feel the ideologies do bare a striking resemblance at some points. For those unfamilair heres a brief overview of NGE from Wikipedia.

The Nation of Gods and Earths was founded by Clarence 13X after he left the Nation of Islam's Temple Number Seven in Harlem, New York (the same temple where Malcolm X was a minister from 1960 to 1963). Multiple stories exist as to why Clarence and the NOI parted ways: some have him refusing to give up gambling; others have him questioning the unique divinity of Wallace Fard Muhammad, whom the NOI deified as the True and Living God in person, or questioning his position due to the fact that Fard was part Caucasian. The story states that Clarence was then disciplined by the NOI and excommunicated in 1963, but another version of events says that he left on his own free will along with two others, Abu Shahid and 4 Cipher Akbar (known in NGE circles as Justice),[1] who agreed with Clarence's questioning of Wallace Fard Muhammad.[2]

In December 1964, after leaving the NOI, Clarence was shot in a basement gambling den called the Hole. After surviving the shooting, he assumed the name "Allah" and, according to some, boasted that he was immortal.[1] He then began to teach others his views based on his interpretation of NOI teachings. Allah found success with the disenfranchised youth on the streets of Harlem, which, unlike the NOI, included whites and Latinos.

Allah taught the NOI lessons to his group of young followers (who came to refer to him as the Father), but instead of teaching them to be Muslims, he taught them that they were God the same way he was. The women who came into Allah’s growing nation to study along with the males were taught they were symbolic to the planet Earth, because it is the planet on which God produces life (hence the female practitioners using Earth as their title). The NGE, then, is more of a cultural practice than a religious one and, in fact, the group does not call itself a religion at all. Its position is that it makes no sense to be religious or to worship of deify anyone or anything outside of oneself when adherents themselves are the highest power in the known universe, or Supreme Being, both collectively and individually.

In addition to the lessons of the NOI, The Father taught a system of numbers that he developed called Supreme Mathematics that can be compared to the Jewish mystical tradition of Kabbalah. In this system, the numbers from zero to nine all represent principles and concepts. For example, the number 1 is knowledge, 2 represents wisdom and 3 is understanding. Coming together to discuss the Supreme Mathematics is the most popular ritual of the NGE. Whenever Gods and Earths meet, they speak about the Supreme Mathematics and 120 Lessons. This dialogue is referred to by the Five-Percent as building, which is the eighth degree of the Supreme Mathematics, and it means to add on to the cipher, a completion of a circle of 360 degrees. Gods and Earths can build their minds, which means to elevate or add on to the knowledge one has. Building also refers to the building of their physical bodies, their financial status, or to intuitions, among much more that the principle can refer to represent.

Gods and Earths hold events known as Universal Parliaments in various cities—usually once a month—to build on their interpretation of the Supreme Mathematics, lessons, and to discuss business concerning the Nation. These Parliaments usually take place in public parks and in schoolyards.

as you can see it adheres to the "you are God" viewpoint, and drives it's members to be the best you possible through "Building", something which I always found to be quite Satanic (make yourself a demon of the flesh as well as the mind), and supports being one with nature as opposed to looking outside nature.

Seems like an ideology rooted in left hand path self-reflection and psychodrama. Whether Clarence 13X intended this or not, I can't say, but his ideology seems to fall into that category nonetheless.
Do I dare disturb the universe

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