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#17032 - 12/27/08 03:34 PM Looking for a grotto
Sbronson Offline
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I live in Arkansas, which is in the bible belt. I was wondering if there are any places to go to find other satanists. If anyone can help me please let me know.
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#17034 - 12/27/08 05:03 PM Re: Looking for a grotto [Re: Sbronson]
Dan_Dread Offline
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I don't know a single Satanist that would want to get together with a complete stranger just because that stranger also claims to be a Satanist. Satanists are generally quite choosy about the company they keep.

In other words, good fucking luck \:\)
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#17040 - 12/27/08 07:58 PM Re: Looking for a grotto [Re: Sbronson]
ta2zz Offline
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Now while this is not a grotto, I must point out that you just missed your chance to get together in RL with those who affiliate themselves with Satanism... http://www.the600club.com/dir/ubbthreads.php/ubb/showflat/Number/16663

Public out in the open and you did not even have to ask... ;\)

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#17049 - 12/28/08 12:37 AM Re: Looking for a grotto [Re: Sbronson]
The Zebu Offline
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You're not likely to find a grotto; especially in a place like that... but if you did it would most likely be run by losers and break up within a year.

Never been to any events run by the FSC but if I'm ever near the SF area I will.
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#17058 - 12/28/08 08:07 AM Re: Looking for a grotto [Re: Sbronson]
ceruleansteel Offline
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On the old forum there was a place to "locate Satanists near you".

I am from Arkansas, and down the road a piece is another from this forum.

But I don't want to meet you for the simple fact that I only know of one self proclaimed Satanist whom I have met that is not - in my opinion - a complete retard.

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#17063 - 12/28/08 01:09 PM Re: Looking for a grotto [Re: ceruleansteel]
Jake999 Offline
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My question would always be Que bono... who stands to gain.

I AM as Satanist. I'm not a read the book and become an instant expert type Satanist. I've been a Satanist for decades, and have walked the walk, even when it wasn't popular or trendy to do so. I've been "in the trenches" since I was 21 and I'll be 60 this year. So... who stands to gain?

Satanism isn't a social order, or a fraternal order, like the Elks, Eagles or a Masonic Lodge. It's my life. Before I allow someone into my life, I want to know what they have to bring to the table that would enhance it. Sorry to burst anyone's bubbles, but it'd have to be a lot more than I've seen from most of the people posting here.

There are a scant few that show me that spark that I might enjoy watching grow to a flame, but the greater mass show me the same things I've seen for all of these years. The burn out will come... and like fickle moths, they'll be on to some other flame.

"The best lack all conviction, while the worst
Are full of passionate intensity." -- Yeats
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#17291 - 12/31/08 05:22 AM Re: Looking for a grotto [Re: Sbronson]
spiderbreeder Offline
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Registered: 11/29/08
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Loc: Sydney,Australia
Satanism is a very personal, individualistic journey; at the risk of repeating former posts, being a Satanist isn't about group hugs, a support forum, or a metaphorical meeting place where you can "gather with your fellow Satanists"

Stay by yourself, and work on the foundations of the basis of your Satanic existence, and go from there, studying it, living it, breathing it...

If Satanism truly resonates with you, and a Satanist is what you truly are, you will slowly but surely start to attract like-minded people if that is what you desire.

Good luck with it all. ;\)
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#19770 - 02/06/09 02:22 PM Re: Looking for a grotto [Re: spiderbreeder]
joseph oreilly Offline
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The bible's a fairly evil book, full of spiritually intricate nonsense with an overall theme of sacrifice, death and faith, why look for something when it's all around you?

Edited by joseph oreilly (02/06/09 02:22 PM)

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#19771 - 02/06/09 02:25 PM Re: Looking for a grotto [Re: joseph oreilly]
Dimitri Offline
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 Originally Posted By: joseph oreilly
The bible's a fairly evil book, full of spiritually intricate nonsense with an overall them of sacrifice, death and faith, why look for something when it's all around you?

How about YOU putting some intelligence in your posts instead of making idiotic one-liners.
You may be new here but from your lousy 6(?) posts none of them actually has value.


Edited by Dimitri (02/06/09 02:25 PM)
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#19772 - 02/06/09 02:35 PM Re: Looking for a grotto [Re: Dimitri]
joseph oreilly Offline
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 Originally Posted By: Dimitri
 Originally Posted By: joseph oreilly
The bible's a fairly evil book, full of spiritually intricate nonsense with an overall them of sacrifice, death and faith, why look for something when it's all around you?

How about YOU putting some intelligence in your posts instead of making idiotic one-liners.
You may be new here but from your lousy 6(?) posts none of them actually has value.


Well I can understand you thinking the bible isn't very good, it's been done to commit more evil than most other things but thinking unilatterally can be misleading I suppose, but then again I can't actually think of a rival especially because this text has a greater antiquity.

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#19773 - 02/06/09 02:39 PM Re: Looking for a grotto [Re: joseph oreilly]
Dimitri Offline
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I'm going to regret this...

Joseph, I wasn't talking about the bible, I was talking to you in general. Hell, I know what's written in the bible; and making assumptions on your behalf about me without having any clue is to say the least idiocy.

Learn to write btw, your style reminds me of a little brat who hasn't learned yet how to make a descent sentence.
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#19774 - 02/06/09 02:47 PM Re: Looking for a grotto [Re: Dimitri]
joseph oreilly Offline
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 Originally Posted By: Dimitri
I'm going to regret this...

Joseph, I wasn't talking about the bible, I was talking to you in general. Hell, I know what's written in the bible; and making assumptions on your behalf about me without having any clue is to say the least idiocy.

Learn to write btw, your style reminds me of a little brat who hasn't learned yet how to make a descent sentence.


Well regard the question in my context, you remind me of a flower promising looking but orall mainly a sexual organ.

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#19776 - 02/06/09 02:57 PM Re: Looking for a grotto [Re: joseph oreilly]
Dimitri Offline
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 Quote:
Well regard the question in my context, you remind me of a flower promising looking but orall mainly a sexual organ.

What the?
Are you sane?
Or are you just another kid who tries to impress?
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#19777 - 02/06/09 03:02 PM Re: Looking for a grotto [Re: Dimitri]
joseph oreilly Offline
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 Originally Posted By: Dimitri
 Quote:
Well regard the question in my context, you remind me of a flower promising looking but orall mainly a sexual organ.

What the?
Are you sane?
Or are you just another kid who tries to impress?


Is asking for an opinion a compliment? no, and a child could be allot more intelligent than you by simply answering.

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#19779 - 02/06/09 03:08 PM Re: Looking for a grotto [Re: joseph oreilly]
Dimitri Offline
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To what question?
I don't see any. The only thing I see with an exclamation mark is just a statement you made.

IM me if you want to continue, I'm not in the mood of letting your poor english ruin a topic.
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