Satan In Sanskrit Is The Indwelling God
The ancient Sanskrit mantra and greeting Namaste in its original and most ancient form is spelled Namasta. The full spelling of this is with the letter S which is Sa in Sanskrit.
Making Namasata. Nama Sata, which is paying homage to the name of the indwelling God, Sata. In Sanskrit Sata is also spelled with the nasal ending. Making Sata......SATAN.
Hence the ancient greeting to indwelling spirit the indwelling god, Nama Satan. Making it also bowing to and paying reverence to the God Satan.
The texts on Kundalini Yoga hold Satnam in the same meaning. Satanama is also stated in these texts to be the full mantra of Satnam. Satanama holds the same meaning obviously as Nama Satan.
Satan is the creator God and this is still found in ancient surviving religions such as Hinduism. Hence why Sata/Satan is given the highest degree of honor in Hinduism this term in Hindu texts is relating to the subtle element of the soul and also means saviour.
The famous mundra for this greeting mantra was also stolen by the Christian Church and turned into the praying hand gesture made in the Christian ritual.
The Holy Science, by Swami Sri Yukteswar
Kundalini Yoga: The Flow of Eternal Power: A Simple Guide to the Yoga of Awareness as taught by Yogi Bhajan, Ph.D.