Ya'll seem to have very little grasp of what your discussing here, it seems. There are several different kinds of Satanism, first off.... The two major divisions being Theistic Satanism: Belief in a deity resembling the biblical Satan or Satan as the character fits within xtian theology....and Nontheistic Satanism: Satan as an archetype of sorts or a "force", and not a personal being(as per the Church of Satan, and others). Luciferianism has essentially the same divisions, but with generally a different focus. There are beliefs, organized or not, which run the full gamut and then some, and they all technically fall under the same umbrella. Many of these are LHP in nature, and some are not. Essentially any person not bound by Xtian theology could pick and choose what they want with their Satan in their specific paradigm,etc.
As for "Becoming a God" this is actually not an uncommon, or new concept and it does not revolve around any specific definition of a "God" so I would not be so dismissive of it and taking it at face(read: Immediate personal reflex and interpretation thereof) value. The Jains and Buddhists could technically fall under this umbrella, so too those who view their own Godhood as controlling more thoroughly their own existence. As an aside, the Joy of Satan site seem to support the idea of Satan being Enki demonicized by the followers of yhwh whom they identify with as his half-brother, Enlil.... as the two are reputed to have a longstanding rivalry and conflict of interests. (see Sumerian Mythology for more details) It might also help if the lot of you tried viewing topics like this outside of your own personal beliefs and conceptions, if possible.
“A considerable percentage of the people we meet on the street are people who are empty inside, that is, they are actually already dead. It is fortunate for us that we do not see and do not know it.”
- G.I. Gurdjieff