What you're doing is pointless.
Occultist or not, no one likes to have their mistakes pointed out.
Usually, one's negative side is blocked out of one's perception, that is, the person can't understand why he elicits such reactions. He'll always be in the right, even if dozens of people are telling his behaviour is shit.
In psychology these are called defense mechanisms, the object if defense being one's sense of self, or the ego in common parlance. They're very powerful and will always deflect the blame. Even is Satyr murdered someone, he still would be right, and you wrong.
Work in a prison. See how many convicts admit what they did was wrong and that they committed a crime, that the blame is fully on them.
You need unflinching honesty and serious spiritual work to see one's own defense mechanism along with shitty behaviour.
Satyr, however, shares neither of the traits.>but muh spiritual experience
Applewhite had one, Asahara had one, Manson had one, Osho had one. Muhammad had one, David Koresh had one, founders of puritanical fundamentalist sect had one, Andrew Cohen had one.
These experiences are dirt cheap, no matter what the occultists here tell you, and dangerous if they happen to an imbalanced individual.
That Satyr crossed the Abyss doesn't prove he's objectively a spiritual authority, just that he had an experience that corresponds to a certain degree in a certain system.>By doing certain things certain results will follow
Just go outside and have a breath of fresh air. Let Satyr be Satyr, Ape be Ape, and everyone else be everyone else.