Being filled with disgust at the spectacle of the milling hordes that cover our lovely globe and soil it with their presence, we try to minimize our contact with those gullible denizens whom we call 'the herd.'[...] Most people go about their middling ways and thus rate only indifference, while we are engaged with those who truly matter to us; the worthy and the accomplished. Misanthropy is thus the basis for a Satanic lifestyle. Since we generally feel that just about everything on this planet is ruined by an over-abundance of people, we who study the beast called Man call ourselves, with a nod and a wink,'misanthropologists.' I salute a colleague, Carl Abrahamsson, who travels the world to explore various cultures, as he first used that term to describe his activities.<quoted text> Ripped
To be proven wrong, in a sense or embarrassment or not; to be so sure that you're right and everyone else is wrong, and it turns out you're wrong.
"The Satanic Scriptures" by Peter Gilmore (2007)