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Re: St. Peter's Cross (the inverted cross) The motivation of a symbol also plays a part. I do actually have Christian friends who know my beliefs who have tried to give me the "Saint Peter's cross, are you a Christian," thing but they know I'm mocking their Christ, and God.

I'm slightly different as a Theistic Satanist as I do believe God exists (although he's the Demiurge) and he would know my intent behind using the symbol.

But I rarely use it as a Sigil of Baphomet gets the same point across and isn't something they can try and be snarky about.

June 22, 2018, 01:59:52 pm
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Re: Would you follow a Satan similar to the one from christian mythos? I would. I already have some beliefs that are in line with the Biblical idea of Satan. Mostly though I think the Bible is Demiurgic propaganda.
June 22, 2018, 02:24:29 pm
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Re: Would you follow a Satan similar to the one from christian mythos?
Well yes. If Christianity is somewhat true somehow, then the "truth" of it must be something like gnostic satanism. There no conceivable way that Yahweh is actually some all loving all powerful creator. He is a weak enslaver.

Yeah, I always felt YHVH was more like an abusive spouse. He in no way shows the behavior of being "all-loving," or "benevolent," but his followers still maintain that line, even when their own book contradicts its own claim in that regard.

Christians really do remind me of battered spouses who excuse every example of crappy behavior and/or find an excuse for why it was valid and really an example of love.

"God split my head open by smacking me into the dresser because he loves me and I did wrong."

June 22, 2018, 02:29:24 pm
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Re: Would you follow a Satan similar to the one from christian mythos? Thanks @ pi-rameses
June 22, 2018, 03:08:11 pm
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Re: St. Peter's Cross (the inverted cross)
True. But by the same token, the soldiers on duty that day could have very well thought the last wish to be goofy and funny, and figured indulging the cooky hobo they were about to nail up wouldn't make much of a difference. Who knows, maybe they figured it'd be icing on the cake to see his piss and shit flow down to his face once he started letting all that stuff loose. Even if he was the one who gave 'em the idea, he probably regretted it shortly thereafter.


It's also worth mentioning you'd die faster upside down.


But of course they all want to be martyrs anyway. They never got over the victim complex even as they machine gun down civilians across the world or incite riots and murders against gay men in Uganda.

That's the crazy part, they probably have the biggest influence in the world spiritually, second maybe only to Islam and they still see themselves as the underdog and do awful things because of that, although if they truly were the underdog they believe themselves to be they would not have the power to wield as they do.

It's why although I hate the Bible, and God, Matthew 7:22-23 are my favorite verses:

"22Many will say to Me on that day, ‘Lord, Lord, did we not prophesy in Your name, and in Your name drive out demons and perform many miracles?’ 23Then I will tell them plainly, ‘I never knew you; depart from Me, you workers of lawlessness.’

If their faith is true many of them are as hell-bound as I am, but they're too stupid to realize that. All I can do is laugh, at least I know I am wicked.

June 22, 2018, 03:14:19 pm
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Re: On the question of if CoS is LHP: I'm new to the subject of LHP vs RHP and still learning myself, so I can't say on that regard. However I can say that while The CoS and the Satanic Bible got me started on Satanism and thus TSB will always be an important read to me, I quickly outgrew them. In fact, I can't stand the CoS.

I dislike Gilmore and I think he's a coward, as he hides and shuts his door if they ever get any negative attention. They haven't done anything noteworth in ages and their followers seem to be more of a masturbatory cult of ego at this point, who over inflate their modern influence.

I'm not the biggest fan of atheistic Satanism, but my best friend is one, and if I had to choose The Satanic Temple have easily usurped the CoS when it comes to being out there with Satanism and fighting Christian ideals, even if they can be kinda "edgelords," about it.

Whenever I encounter LaVeyan's they're just stroking their own ego by claiming they are the only TRUE SATANISTS™ since LaVey invented Satanism and defined it. Oh and if you believe in an actual Satan you're insane.

They also are pretty dogmatic about adoration of Anton, something I think he'd despise.

June 22, 2018, 03:22:07 pm
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Re: What are you doing right now? I just got off work, need to go grocery shopping once my roommate gets up, but for now I'm going to go start installing Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition on my PS4. :P
June 22, 2018, 06:34:50 pm
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Re: "The Satanic Bible" by Michael Aquino I'm actually rather interested in reading this.
August 17, 2018, 12:19:53 pm
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Re: Can one worship Satan and other pantheons? I don't find worship or even adoration of Satan to be inherently bad. I admire him because he and the demons/fallen angels lead man to freedom. I am FREE to choose to worship Satan and work with he and his. He does not force me, nor does he threaten me if I do not.

I worship Satan because a relationship with him is what I want. It's nothing at all like the Christians who worship their "God" out of fear and guilt. I hate God, I view Satan as being everything God is not, chief of all he is freeing. He broke the chains of my Christian upbringing and let me see through the veil of guilt and shame they had blinded me with.

Satan opened my eyes, so I choose to work with him and worship him.

March 12, 2019, 12:49:46 am
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