Lt. Col. Michael Aquino
In 1970, while he was serving with the U.S. military during the Vietnam War, Aquino was stationed in Bến Cát in South Vietnam when he authored a tract entitled "Diabolicon" in which he reflected upon his growing divergence from the Church of Satan's doctrines .
In this tract, teachings about the creation of the world, God, and humanity are presented, as is the dualistic idea that Satan complements God . The character of Lucifer is presented as bringing insight to human society,  a perspective that was inherited from the depiction of Lucifer in John Milton's seventeenth-century epic poem Paradise Lost .
Temple of Set and was responsible for getting satanism accepted as an official religion in the military
Aquino co-wrote an article for the military entitled "From PSYOP to Mindwar: The Psychology of Victory,"  which supported some of the ideas published in "The New Mental Battlefield"  , a 1980 Military Review article by likely satanist and mind control specialist, John Alexander.