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Re: non-metal occult music Hi Shamira,

I also like some of this electronic/techno music being posted here like God Destruction and of course the dark ambience of Cryo Chamber are some of my favorites.  I'm a fan of black metal, classical, and techno music, and have been thinking of developing my own gothic techno-industrial music project.  I'm already working on some neo-classical pieces for piano and a black metal project.

You might want to check out my "Dark ambience for the ritual chamber" thread, 3rd page of General Discussions.

May 25, 2017, 02:38:44 pm
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Introduction - Blackwulf Hello, I signed on the forum a while back and I haven't posted anything so I thought I would get going with an introduction.  I am an Odinist and follower the Left Hand Path. I practice Seidr, Shamanism,  Galdr and a bit of Chaos Magic.  I am fairly well read on most of Dr. Aquino's, Dr. Flowers and Michael Kelly's works among others.  I have been into the occult off and on for over 25 years.  I didn't get serious until the last five.  
 
I do believe in Gods and spirits and regularly work with them.  

I am also a business owner/CPA, father and husband. 

I hope to learn and share what I know with fellow followers of the LHP.   

May 27, 2017, 03:40:46 pm
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New Pentagram Working on a new Pentagram, with a raised design and sharper points.

May 29, 2017, 05:06:07 pm
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Re: non-metal occult music Another piece of dark beauty from Violator.  Back when I was 18-19, I spent some time as an exotic dancer, and this was one of my favorite songs to dance to.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MAk8QvttHnk

June 09, 2017, 01:36:13 pm
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Re: Not a Setian? I've struggled with the term "Setian" since I'm not a member of the ToS and do not wish to create confusion. But I feel that it describes me as one who seeks "isolate intelligence" and it reminds me to operate from that perspective rather than a purely materialistic or reactionary one.

I'm encouraged that the Order of the Serpent does not dictate particular WLHP beliefs or methods, as I've stated before an individualistic religion should be as such.

June 14, 2017, 03:26:41 pm
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Re: Very early idea: a better way to define the E/W R/LHP. WLHP is to mean that even though I am in agreement with and in collaboration with Set/the Prince of Darkness, his essence is within me, and I am as One with him.  This does not mean I am a slave to Set's Will.  I am free to agree or disagree with Set's Will and am not condemned.  I am born of Set and thus am a free and independent being able to think and decide for my Self.  I have chosen to apply certain aspects of the knowledge and wisdom of Set in my life, which have resulted in continuous positive/dynamic results.
June 18, 2017, 02:31:51 pm
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Re: Mathematics and Physical Monism
I'm not sure why you just don't refer to it as materialism. Also I kinda feel that a lot of the arguement was just changing around meanings as opposed to intent.

Also to get this contradiction the person has to believe that mathematics are their own abstract thing, which many materialists don't. Instead many view it as just like language, something invented to describe things.

I hold the view that math is a language but that what is abstract is the logical rules it follows, not math itself. It's one of the arguments I use against materialism since they are without form, locality, or mass and yet they seem to be omni-present (same as the laws of nature). There does seem to be some interaction between natural laws and physical nature, in terms of values, but I'm not sure that proves that they are physical, just that they have a close relation with the physical and so more interdependent rather than transcendent.
Fair point about materialism, but I have to offer a clarifying point on math.  Mathematics is the application of reason. There isn't really a distinction between mathematics and its logical structure. One doesn't need numbers, or even the familiar binary operations like addition/subtraction, multiplication/division to do mathematics.  The use of a number (three, in this case) as an example of a mathematical object is just in the interest of using something familiar.  Many non-numerical things (like the symmetries on a regular n-gon, for instance) are also mathematical objects.

Edit:  On reflection, I suppose something like the 'addition with carrying the 1' arithmetic algorithms or following the rules of derivatives or integrals could be seen as math that isn't the same thing as the logical structure underneath - so I see your point. :)

June 22, 2017, 10:27:16 pm
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Thrash/Death/Speed/Doom Metal Thrash bands a-go-go!

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June 23, 2017, 12:00:14 am
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Re: Salvia and Datura as entheogenics I've done salvia 3 times.

1. No idea what I was doing, smoked a bit out of a ghetto tin foil pipe, saw a blueish outline of two figures standing nearby watching.

2. Outside my friends cabin, I smoked and was sure it wasn't working, which slowly infuriated me (cause I was having a bad trip, in hindsight). Then my friend smoked, though the table was a giant cookie, and started rambling about that. I like jumped to my feet and sprinted straight into the forest. Then I walked back, went upstairs, and locked myself in my room for hours.

3. We did it right this time, and it was intense. I was trying to describe what I saw, but it came out as gibberish screaming. I was like flying through an infinite serious of technicolor unicursal hexagrams, just moving through infinite space. When I thought I came out of it I sat back, looked at my friend, and started screaming because it felt like I was falling backwards through time from them. Again I them isolated myself for a while.

I've never seen a great salvia trip. I've seen broken pipes, grown men sobbing on the floor, screaming, but never anything that seemed to compare to real psychedelics (I have no experience with any at this time). Would I do it again? In the right setting maybe but probably not. Definitely better than that horrible, poisonous, somehow legal Spice stuff though. Please, nobody ever smoke that.

June 29, 2017, 01:28:15 pm
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Re: Necromancy (serious) I like how I can feel my own repulsion to some of these ideas (not to say that in a judgemental way). I've always wondered about this type of true ELHP magic. I can't offer much help, other than to recommend you be sure to stay inside the law, but I do have some beautifully designed human skulls made from different materials. I think most were found in day-of-the-dead type settings, like down in San Diego and obviously in Mexico proper.

I'm also curious about your drive to be transferring, if you wish to discuss it. It it just that you're coming from an ELHP perspective? Or is there some deeper divide between you and the concept of "normal behavior?"

June 29, 2017, 01:35:16 pm
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