this is an essay which i have constructed as acharitable response for those who have expressedan interest in themselves forging such a pact withSatan, the Devil and God of This World. it isstrictly preliminary, and does not go into extensive detail so much as it explains what theindividual will need study, and acquire knowledgeand skills in doing, or to contract for someonewith that knowledge and those skills so as toeffect the desired summoning and preparationfor their pact-making endeavour.
the key terms for your research into this yourself (as via Google) will be:Faust, Mephistopheles, "Selling Your Soul to the Devil", "Faustian Pact", "Faustian Compact", Mephisto, "Contract With Satan" "Blood Pact With Satan", etc.and the usual contents of that contract, which require a certain ceremonial magic toeffect, would be legalistic, and may evenbe steered toward trying to weasel out ofthe eventual arrangement by loopholes. you will do best to research thoroughly the contents of contracts negotiated amongstthose who are *adversaries*, particularlythose which may be and have been used to successfully keep both sides to their agreed responsibilities (by the authoritiesyou deem operating in the cosmos). secondarily, you will wish to research the character of these loopholes such that thedeals with the Devil allowed an escape fromthe eternal demise and took advantage of some supposed weakness or oversight on thepart of Satan such as within popular literatefictions including figures like the lawyerDaniel Webster, or the Goethean Faust, whosefinal conclusion glories in the power ofredemption due to his eventual repentanceafter having enjoyed the initial benefitsof Satan's power and knowledge.
Directed with stylish flair by William Dieterle, The Devil and Daniel Webster brings the classic short story by Stephen Vincent Benét to life with inspired visuals, an unforgettable Oscar-winning score by Bernard Herrmann, and a truly diabolical performance from Walter Huston.
Why would someone who has thoroughly enjoyed movies such as "Judge Dredd" and "Wild at Heart" consider this to be "my favorite movie"?
One word - "fantasy".