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    #1

    satanic/satanistic, founded/established

    Is there a difference in meaning? Which options are best?

    It's not a religion but a satanic/satanistic death cult founded/established by a mass murderer and child rapist who married a 6 year old girl.

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    Re: satanic/satanistic, founded/established

    What is the context?

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