Immediately, a YouTube by Alphlond appeared with a transcript. I don't know who/what Alphlond is after searching for a half-hour but this is what Alphlond printed on YouTube, published on April 12, 2013: "There is no devil. I do not believe in the devil, for two reasons: First, despite what many have been misled to believe, the idea of the devil comes from a pagan origin, more specifically Greek paganism. As I'm sure many of you have, no doubt, noticed by now, modern depictions of the devil closely resemble ancient Greek depictions of the minotaur and the satyr. Our word 'devil' comes from the Greek 'diabolos,' meaning 'slanderer,' which is derived from the Greek verb 'diaballein,' meaning to throw across.' Now, this was no doubt a translation of the Hebrew 'satan,' from which we get our word 'Satan,' and which means 'accuser' or 'adversary.' This is probably why modern depictions of the devil resemble the satyr, because 'Satan' sounds a lot like 'Satyr.' That alone should give you a clue as to the pagan origin of the devil.