I haven't read the entire post... you have the ability to find very long articles, and I unfortunately don't have time to read the whole thing. However I can't argue with the first several paragraphs too much, because they in no way link Masonry with Satanism... they may link an individual Mason with satanism, but other than that the first few paragraphs refrence Masonry and the occult... not Masonry and Satanism.
I can give you all the refrences in the world... unfortunately they can all be contradicted by other refrences. The simple fact of the matter is, no matter how much study you do of the Free Masons you cannot know what it is about without becoming one. Why? Exactly what you have stated, Masonry is Occult... and therefore secretive... therefore, unless the secrets are divulged to you, you can't know what it's about.
As for your statement "You have made a very crafty attempt to distance the two there but the occult and Satanism can be linked." I'm not trying to distance anything from anything else. Yes the occult and Satanism can be linked, but so can any number of other things. Just because it is occult doesn't mean that it is Satanic.
Now about those refrences... unfortunately I'm not in a position to give those at this time... remind me in about 4 months when I'm back at home and have access to my books. I can lead in the right direction to the one on the Salvation Army being declared Satanic, although you will either have to wait the 4 months, or look it up. Their is a book by John J. Robinson, "Born in Blood: The Lost Secrets of Freemasonry", towards the end of the book he refrences the Papal Bull that denounced Freemasonry, the Salvation Army and several other organizations as being Satanic.
If you don't believe John J. Robinson, then take the refrence he has and look up the Papal Bull yourself, unfortunately I believe they are all printed in Latin, therefore you either need to be able to read latin, or trust a translator, like John J. Robinson.