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THE 21 SATANIC POINTS (Book Of Satan -ONA-)

1. Respect not pity or weakness, for they are a disease which makes sick the strong.

2. Test always your strength, for therein lies success.

3. Seek happiness in victory - but never in peace.

4. Enjoy a short rest, better than a long.

5. Come as a reaper, for thus you will sow.

6. Never love anything so much you cannot see it die.

7. Build not upon sand, but upon rock And build not for today or yesterday but for all time.

8. Strive ever for more, for conquest is never done.

9. And die rather than submit.

10. Forge not works of art but swords of death, for therein lies great art.

11. Learn to raise yourself above yourself so you can triumph over all.

12. The blood of the living makes good fertilizer for the seeds of the new.

13. He who stands atop the highest pyramid of skulls can see the furthest.

14. Discard not love but treat it as an imposter, but ever be just.

15. All that is great is built upon sorrow.

16. Strive not only forwards, but upwards for greatness lies in the highest.

17. Come as a fresh strong wind that breaks yet also creates.

18. Let love of life be a goal but let your highest goal be greatness.

19. Nothing is beautiful except man: but most beautiful of all is woman.

20. Reject all illusion and lies, for they hinder the strong.

21. What does not kill, makes stronger.

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FRIEDRICH NIETZSCHE : "SATAN'S HAMMER"

The Book of the Law announces a new dichotomy in human society; there is the master and there is the slave; the noble and the serf; the lone wolf and the herd. Nietzsche may be regarded as one of our prophets. - Aleister Crowley.

How to philosophize with a hammer is the subtitle of Nietzsches book Twilight of the Idols, and indeed described the whole character of his philosophy.

Nietzsche is the hammer who smashed the tablets of Moses, the cross of Jesus and the heads of Marx and Rousseau. Nietzsche stands as the great Adversary - as the Hebrews called their concept of Satan, of all slave moralities, religions and ideologies which would level mankind down into an egalitarian, undifferentiated herd.

Nietzsches philosophy is directed towards the breaking of old moral codes and the erecting of new ones, enabling the emergence of Higher Man.

Let us see how Nietzschean philosophy compares with the philosophy of neo-Satanism as articulated by Anton LaVey.

LaVey writes of herd conformity as one of the Satanic sins. Only fools follow along with the herd he writes, and warns against being enslaved by the many.[1]

In Beyond Good & Evil Nietzsche writes:

The collective degeneration of man down to that which the socialist dolts and blockheads today see as their man of the future - as their ideal - this degeneration and diminution of man to the perfect herd animal... this animalization of man to the pygmy animal of equal rights and equal pretensions is possible... He who has once thought this possibility through to the end knows one more kind of disgust than other men do - and perhaps also a new task![2]

The ego is given a central place in the philosophies of both Nietzsche and LaVey.

Satanism, in fact, is the only religion which advocates the intensification or encouragement of the ego... Religionists keep their followers in line by suppressing their egos. By making their followers feel inferior, the awesomeness of their god is ensured. Satanism encourages its members to develop a good strong ego because it gives them self-respect necessary for a vital existence in this life.[3]

Nietzsche advocates, The natural value of egoism [which] depends on the physiological value of him who possesses it: it can be very valuable, it can be worthless and contemptible. Every individual may be regarded as representing the ascending or descending line of life. When one has decided which, one had thereby established a canon for the value of his egoism. If he represents the ascending line his value is in fact extraordinary - and for the sake of the life-collective, which with him takes a step forward, the care expended on his preservation, on the creation of optimum conditions for him, may even be extreme... If he represents the descending development, decay, chronic degeneration, sickening... then he can be accorded little value...[4]

There is thus a hierarchy of human worth, an inegalitarian antithetical to the levelling religion, ideologies and moralities of mass-man. And it is these which have caused so much misery and bloodshed for mankind in their attempts to impose an impossible equality, as our own civilization has witnessed in the form of the French Revolutionary Terror and the Red Terror, to cite but two examples.

To Nietzsche the superior individual stands above the mass, he is the Higher Man, a transitional type between mass-man and the Over Man, the latter being still a higher form of existence.

LaVey is referring to this Higher Man when he writes of the unique individual who stands above the herd:

With the sinews of Satan moving through his flesh, then he either escapes from the cacklings of righteousness, or stands proudly in his secret places of the earth and manipulates the folly-ridden masses through his own Satanic might, until the day when he may come forth in splendour proclaiming I am a Satanist! Bow down, for I am the highest embodiment of human life![5]

Nietzsche similarly writes of the solitaries of today, you who have seceded from society, from whom shall spring ...a new nobility... to oppose all mob rule... and to write anew upon new law-tables the word noble. He advises the Higher Man to withdraw from the market place - mass society - where the mob yell at him, we are all equal before god.[6]

LaVeys concept of the Satanist as the highest embodiment of human life is that of the Nietzschean Higher Man towering above the mass.

Christianity is called the religion of pity writes Nietzsche:

Pity stands in antithesis to the tonic emotions which enhance the energy of the feeling of life: it has a depressive effect. One loses force when one pities... Pity on the whole thwarts the law of evolution, which is the law of selection. It preserves what is ripe for destruction; it defends lifes disinherited and condemned; through the abundance of ill-constituted of all kinds which it retains in life, it gives life itself a gloomy and questionable aspect. One has ventured to call pity a virtue (- in every noble morality it counts as a weakness -); one has gone further, one has made of it THE virtue... This depressive and contagious instinct thwarts those instincts bent on preserving and enhancing the value of life: both as multiplier of misery and as a conservator of everything miserable it is one of the chief instruments for the advancement of decadence.[7]

LaVey writes of a new creed for Higher - Satanist - Man which repudiates pity:

Blessed are the strong, for they shall posses the earth - Cursed are the weak, for they shall inherit the yoke! Blessed are the powerful for they shall be reverenced among men - Cursed are the feeble, for they shall be blotted out! Blessed are the bold, for they shall be masters of the earth - cursed are the righteously humble - for they shall be trodden under cloven hoofs![8]

Such is the master morality in opposition to the slave morality, in Nietzschean terminology. The noble human being, whom we call the Satanist, separates himself from those whose nature is that of the slave, the cowardly, the timid, the petty - these are to be despised, not pitied as are those who abase themselves, the dog-like type of man who lets himself be mistreated, the fawning flatterer, above all the liar...[9]

Let established sophisms be dethroned, rooted out, burnt and destroyed, for they are a standing menace to all true nobility of thought and action[10], writes LaVey.

This is precisely the rationale for Nietzsches attack on Christianity and all other slave creeds.

One should not embellish or dress up Christianity: it has waged war to the death against the higher type of man, it has excommunicated all the fundamental instincts of this type, it has distilled evil, the Evil One, out of these instincts - the strong human being as the type of reprehensibility, as the outcast. Christianity has taken the side of everything weak, base, ill-constituted, it has made an ideal out of opposition to the preservative instincts of strong life.[11]

REFERENCES

1. LaVey, Nine Satanic Sins. Church of Satan, San Francisco, 1987.

2. Nietzsche, Beyond Good & Evil. Penguin, England, 1984.

3. LaVey, Satanic Bible, page 94. Avon Books, NY 1969.

4. Nietzsche, Twilight of the Idols, page 86. Penguin, 1985.

5. LaVey, Satanic Bible, page 45.

6. Nietzsche, Thus Spoke Zarathustra. Penguin, 1975.

7. Nietzsche, The Anti Christ, page 118. Penguin, 1985.

8. LaVey, Satanic Bible, page 34.

9. Nietzsche, Beyond Good & Evil, page 175-176. Penguin, England, 1984.

10. LaVey, Satanic Bible, page 32.

11. Nietzsche, The Anti Christ, page 117.

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HYSTERON PROTERON

(-ONA-)


The Hard Reality of Satanism

The hard reality of Satanism is that it is very different from both the media image and the more recent image pedaled by imitation Satanists in both Europe and America.

I What Satanism Is:

a) Satanism is a quest for self-excellence, involving real danger, real challenges and requiring real courage.
It involves taking your body to and beyond its physical limits of endurance. It involves real action, alone: without the support of friends, comrades, lovers, relations or anyone.
It involves accepting challenges - physical, psychic, intellectual and triumphing solely by one's own efforts.
It involves the triumph of pure, individual will and desire.

b) Satanism is, in part, an Inner quest, an exploration of the `hidden' (and overt) aspects of consciousness: a dis-covery of the darkness within and beyond the individual psyche. This involves 'magickal acts' - such as rituals. This magick, however, is a means, not an end.

c) Satanism involves ordeals, both physical and magickal. Those who are suitable triumph; the others fail. [One such ordeal is the Grade Ritual of Internal Adept - where the candidate lives alone and isolated, bereft of everything except the bare necessities for physical survival, for a period of three months.]

d) Satanism requires the practical experiencing of all moral limits, and then a mastery of the feelings, desires, pleasures, terrors, pains and so on that these imply.

e) Satanism involves the individual defiance of all subservience: a Satanist accepts guidance only, and refuses to be dominated or intimidated by anyone. This guidance is toward practical experience, and it by this experience that the novice learns and develops a genuine Satanic character.

f) Satanism involves sacrifice - this is a necessary test of character [qv. the MSS, "Satanism, Sacrifice and Crime - The Satanic Truth", and "Satanism - The Sinister Shadow, Revealed" for more details.].

g) Satanism is a means - a method, or way, and the purpose of this means, method or way is to produce a specific type of individual: the next stage of our evolution as a species. Satanism is thus an expression of evolutionary change - on both the individual level and in respect of `societies' and 'history'.
The individuals so created often inspire in the supine majority a certain terror/awe/admiration/fear/jealousy.

h) Satanism is elitist. It does not compromise - its tests, ordeals, methods and character-building experiences are severe and will never be made easier to make them acceptable to more people or easier to undertake.

i) Satanism is esoteric by nature and intent: it is both a 'secret' way, by virtue of its methods etc., and it is not nor probably will be suitable for the majority for many, many centuries.

II What Satanism Is Not:

a) Satanism is not, nor can ever be, a religion, nor just a 'philosophy'. A religion means acceptance of authority, the rigid structure of a 'Church' or a 'Temple', and a unified dogma (with the consequent schisms and claims to ''authenticity''). The religious attitude is the antithesis of what Satanism really is - for Satanism is a way of living, a way of experiencing, in the raw, whereas religion abstracts, limits endeavor, behavior and moralizes. In short, a Satanist plunges into reality, without any supports (moral, psychic or human) whereas a religious person has that reality prescribed by dogma, authority and such like, and is supported by a `Church', its members and their attitudes.
Satanism is an ecstatic affirmation of existence - a taking of existence into new and higher realms, as well as a plunge into existing darkness and the creation of new darkness.

b) Satanism cannot have anyone impose upon it any structure, authority, or institution of any kind by claiming a 'dark mandate' or some kind of 'revelation'. There can be no such thing as an, infernal mandate' of whatever kind because the only thing that really matters to Satanism is experience, its accumulation and the highly individualized learning that results from such experience. A genuine Satanist, for example, confronted by an entity which exhibited all the powers attributed to Satan would not even accept what that 'entity' said and would most certainly not show any submission - instead, they would a defiance, a reasoned assessment of what was said, and then a judgement made from experience. A Satanist never surrenders to anything - and would rather die, proud and defiant, than submit. This applies even to 'Satan'. If and when a Satanist accepts guidance, it is from someone of experience who has explicated Satanism by their life and thus who can offer advice based on that experience. The aim of Satanism is to create willful, characterful, defiant, unique individuals who have or can fulfil their potential as gods - it is not to create followers or sycophants. An `infernal mandate' implies sycophancy.

c) Satanism does not involve discussions, meetings, talks. Rather, it involves action, deeds. Words - written or spoken - sometimes follow, but not necessarily. The ideal candidate for Satanism is the individual of action rather than the 'intellectual'. By the nature of most Satanic actions, they can seldom be mentioned and thus remain esoteric. The essence that Satanism leads the individual towards, via action, is only ever revealed by that participation which action is. Words, whether written or spoken, can never describe that essence - they can only hint at it, point toward it, and often serve to obscure the essence. Satanism strips away the appearance of 'things' - living, Occult and otherwise by this insistence on experience, unaided. What is thus apprehended by such experience, is unique to each individual and thus is creative and evolutionary. Discussions, meetings, talks, even books and such like, de-vitalize: they are excuses for not acting.
A Satanist will sometimes use such forms as he/she may use the form of a Temple - to enhance and/or provoke experiences. But they are then actively manipulating, actively creating experiences - the others involved are being used by that person. That is, there is only one Satanist at such gatherings (usually) - the others may believe they are 'Satanists', but they are deluded.

d) Satanism does not apply moral absolutes to real-life situations and forms. This may best be explicated by two examples. First, politics. Satanism does not affirm or deny any political forms or type of politics - it does not, for example, announce that 'fascism and Satanism are incompatible'. Such announcements/pronouncements arise from a moral bias and a lack of insight into both Satanism and `society' and thus Aeonics.

A Satanist, concerned with experience, may use a political form for a specific purpose - the nature of that form in terms of conventional politics and morality (such as `extreme Right-wing') is irrelevant. What is important is whether it can be used to:

(a) provide experience of living and the limits of experience, and/or

(b) aid the sinister dialectic of history. Thus a Satanist may become involved in, or set up, an organization of the extreme Right - this is dangerous, exciting, vitalizes, provides experiences `on the edge' and should thus aid the development of the character and insight of that Satanist.

What is important, is that this involvement is done for an ulterior, Satanic, motive: what others think and believe about such actions is totally irrelevant. Anyone purporting to be a Satanist who criticizes such an action, whatever the political hue of the group/organization, reveals by that criticism that they are not Satanists - but rather, moralizing curds lacking in insight and real Satanic understanding.

***

These all came out of my stash of stuff. The Satanic Bible is an excellent place to BEGIN; but there are different angles on seeing or practicing Satanism. I thought I'd share some here.

Personally for me the Satanic Bible is nothing more than a arrow which points a traveler towards a certain direction. Many people who convert to Satanism mistake this signpost as an idol to be adored and remain stationary, never realizing the path it is pointing to, let alone "walking" this path. Its from "walking" this path of Life, and the experience, one gains, that Undefiled Wisdom is born from.

~Kayla
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#7183 - 04/04/08 02:46 PM Re: Different Angles and Perspectives: [Re: LUCIFERIFIC]
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Wow! Excellent lesson! Your emphasis on action over mere philosophical agreement is inspiring. Now, to apply this message in a practical sense, does this mean that it is impossible for one to be a "closet" Satanist? For me, becoming an open Satanist would mean loosing my family and starting again on my own. And, while not impossible, it is not an extremely appealing situation. I would be interested to know your thoughts on that sort of situation.

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#7189 - 04/04/08 04:21 PM Re: Different Angles and Perspectives: [Re: truthseeker2000]
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 Originally Posted By: truthseeker2000
Wow! Excellent lesson! Your emphasis on action over mere philosophical agreement is inspiring. Now, to apply this message in a practical sense, does this mean that it is impossible for one to be a "closet" Satanist? For me, becoming an open Satanist would mean loosing my family and starting again on my own. And, while not impossible, it is not an extremely appealing situation. I would be interested to know your thoughts on that sort of situation.

Michael


Hi Michael. Let me see if I can help you out with your closet case \:\)

First lets paint a little picture first: There are two architects Joe and Bob. They both read the same architectural book and went to the same school.

Both Joe and Bob are place in front of a pile of bricks.

Now Joe has a lot of grand and pompous ideas about how he can built something great, he likes to wear and flaunt his Architect label and credentials because his ego has attached itself to this label and it derives a certain false sense of "bigness" from people reacting to it. But all Joe can do is talk and hide his small self image behind a big label.

Bob, doesn't talk much, and one would hardly tell he is an architect by profession. But Bob takes action, and rather than talk out of his ass he makes something out of the bricks.

Which Architect is more productive in the real world? Bob is.

Satanism is the same way - in my personal opinion.

You can be a Satanist that flaunts his label and titles everywhere, and have the greatest mind fill with the most erudite philosophies, able to quote great authors, but when you are so lost inside books, philosophies, and/or your own mind, you are out of touch with the real world. Do you see? When you are out of touch with the real world, it doesn't matter what religion you practice or if you; christian, buddhist, satanist, or Atheist, you're still out of touch with the natural world.

But if there was a "closet" Satanist, who doesn't wear his label for any reason, who is in tune to the natural world, and just steps outside his head and takes action, this type is far more productive and valuable than a handful of Satanists who can think or talk.

I action we don't just mean doing rituals and stuff. Its taking what we learn from Satanism, applying it into our lives, and using it to change ourselves to make us more human than the herd; and our personal environment, to learn to bend it by whatever means to our will - that is, to put on your boxing gloves and kick life's ass for everything that its worth, because life is a selfish bitch, and she only made you to pass your genes down to continue herself. Only those who have put those boxing gloves on get what they want out of life, or even achieve greatness. What we learn from walking this left hand path are just tools which are used for self-progression.

Its hard for me to explain it. I'm just saying there is nothing wrong with "being in the closet" if you know how to take what you learn from Satanism and make it PRACTICAL; because if you came out of the "closet" and announced to the whole world you were a satanist, but all you did was lose your mind in books and philosophies that don't get you anywhere in life. Than what's the point? All you've done is allow yourself to be disliked by those that aren't intelligent to see past the unfortunate dark imagery of "Satanism?"

\:\) Kayla


Edited by LUCIFERIFIC (04/04/08 04:34 PM)
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#7190 - 04/04/08 04:42 PM Re: Different Angles and Perspectives: [Re: LUCIFERIFIC]
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 Originally Posted By: LUCIFERIFIC
I action we don't just mean doing rituals and stuff. Its taking what we learn from Satanism, applying it into our lives, and using it to change ourselves to make us more human than the herd; and our personal environment, to learn to bend it by whatever means to our will - that is, to put on your boxing gloves and kick life's ass for everything that its worth, because life is a selfish bitch, and she only made you to pass your genes down to continue herself. Only those who have put those boxing gloves on get what they want out of life, or even achieve greatness. What we learn from walking this left hand path are just tools which are used for self-progression.


I guess it's just hard for me to get used to the idea that the practical application of the message is greater than the message itself. In Christianity, the message was supposed to be the greater of the two. It seems that "Satan" isn't interested in looking for standard bearers and evangelists. I guess it's that practical real-life aspect of Satanism that I find so appealing and so refreshing. Thank you for sharing your knowledge and insight!

Michael
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#7194 - 04/04/08 05:07 PM Re: Different Angles and Perspectives: [Re: truthseeker2000]
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 Originally Posted By: truthseeker2000
 Originally Posted By: LUCIFERIFIC
I action we don't just mean doing rituals and stuff. Its taking what we learn from Satanism, applying it into our lives, and using it to change ourselves to make us more human than the herd; and our personal environment, to learn to bend it by whatever means to our will - that is, to put on your boxing gloves and kick life's ass for everything that its worth, because life is a selfish bitch, and she only made you to pass your genes down to continue herself. Only those who have put those boxing gloves on get what they want out of life, or even achieve greatness. What we learn from walking this left hand path are just tools which are used for self-progression.


I guess it's just hard for me to get used to the idea that the practical application of the message is greater than the message itself. In Christianity, the message was supposed to be the greater of the two. It seems that "Satan" isn't interested in looking for standard bearers and evangelists. I guess it's that practical real-life aspect of Satanism that I find so appealing and so refreshing. Thank you for sharing your knowledge and insight!

Michael


Your welcome, and thanks for the kind words. This is true - 'Satan' doesn't need standard bearers or evangelists. What good has ever come out of Bethlehem?

What good has preaching religious theories and philosophies done for our species so far? Take a look at Islam, Christianity, and Buddhism? Its enslaved us. Its only those certain few individuals with an innovative and creative mind who have taken action that has progressed our species to where we are. There is nothing progressive, creative, or innovative about doctrines and talking; thats why when you question it and try to progress it it's called being unorthodox and heresy.

I'll give you an uncommon example of the devolving power of talking and belief without action:

Between 1300AD-1500AD in indochina there used to be a great empire called the Khmer Empire, which occupied most of the entire peninsula, and at the height of their power they build the great Temple complex of Ankgor. During that time they were practicing Shaivism, Brahmanism, and Hinduism. Things that encouraged ACTION.

Then after 1500ad some dork brought Buddhism over to the Empire. A religion which taught nonviolence, mindless meditation, and rejection of the material world, which encouraged just philosophical shit talking. Afterwards invaders came into the empire and fought for land... eventually the Empire fell. Now its a backwards country called Cambodia.

(I think I misnamed this thread. Should be: Different Angles and Approaches.)

~Kayla


Edited by LUCIFERIFIC (04/04/08 05:43 PM)
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#7457 - 04/10/08 08:14 AM Re: Different Angles and Perspectives: [Re: LUCIFERIFIC]
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Wow, I can't believe you actually take the time to think and write all this out. I can write papers like this, but not in this type of greatness.. Bravo.

By the way am I the only one who noticed that this was bold?
"but most beautiful of all is woman."
Lmao? Lol Kayla, nice.. Real nice.

But it is true, I have to give you credit for that. Anyway you really did your research. How is it you can sit here and constantly think up great ideas like this? I find it truly miraculous. I thought I was smart, but it seems I'm just smart for my age and seemingly intelligent around here, where I live.

I really liked how you stressed that Satanism is more action than talk and showing off, because it is true. LaVey was very brave for taking action but he knew what he was doing and he was nothing short of brilliant. Not all of us can be the next Lavey. "Action's speak louder than words." But the actions we perform in our every day lives do not have to be shouting and boastful, they can be subtle; affecting our own lives. The way you think, the way you apply the theories and princepals to your normal activities, that's what makes you who you are and truly 'Satanic', not the 15 year old rebel wanna be who goes around flaunting that he follows Satan to make himself look good, or different.
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#7460 - 04/10/08 09:24 AM Re: Different Angles and Perspectives: [Re: PigFeeder]
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Thank you Piggy! But I don't deserve most of that praising \:\)
I can't take credit for writing those things. The 21 Pounts and Histeron Proteron was written by the Order of Nine Angles. The other essay was written by Ordo Sinistra Vivendi; two organizations that heavily influence my Satanism.

These two groups may be considered defunct and no longer in operation. The ONA supposedly has gone underground again, having fulfilled their 'duties.'

I wanted to show Satanists here that there is a second way to practice Satanism - get off your ass and do something!

Kayla
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#8029 - 04/20/08 07:59 PM Re: Different Angles and Perspectives: [Re: LUCIFERIFIC]
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O_O I like reading things like the 21 Points, and the Histeron Proteron! I am just always interesting in learning everything that I can obtain since it gives me greater knowledge of the world around me. It was rather hard for me to find the parts that you posted here so I am very grateful for your post. ^_^ I think from reading those doctorines allowed me to further appreciate the perspectives of Satanism in general. Are there any other books that you would say that would benefit me in learning about Satanism further or sites in general?

Michael
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#8039 - 04/20/08 11:44 PM Re: Different Angles and Perspectives: [Re: Sateru]
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 Originally Posted By: Sateru
O_O I like reading things like the 21 Points, and the Histeron Proteron! I am just always interesting in learning everything that I can obtain since it gives me greater knowledge of the world around me. It was rather hard for me to find the parts that you posted here so I am very grateful for your post. ^_^ I think from reading those doctorines allowed me to further appreciate the perspectives of Satanism in general. Are there any other books that you would say that would benefit me in learning about Satanism further or sites in general?

Michael


Hi Michael. Different Satanists will lead you to different books.
I'll share some titles with you in a Private Message. There be cattle here... who aren't open to unorthodoxy.

Kayla


Edited by LUCIFERIFIC (04/20/08 11:45 PM)
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#8120 - 04/23/08 01:42 PM Re: Different Angles and Perspectives: [Re: LUCIFERIFIC]
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kayla you can write books yourself which i will read....
share the titles to me and thanks.
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