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Re: Love I think that love is a very deep emotion, present at the core of one's psyche. This means that does not always manifest itself in one's overlying emotions and actions. With, say, a family member, one will always feel love and kinship for them, however, the love can be suppressed by temporary hate, anger, or frustration. Regardless, it's always present.
May 25, 2017, 06:58:54 pm
Re: Older Games Shadows of the Empire on N64.

Jedi freaking Outcast on Xbox and now on steam! I still play this.

The original Prince of Persia 1989, can be found online and run through DOSbox. Play it literally monthly. This was my first video game, my family all played it, only I've beat it. If you dig old games please play this now. 

Splinter Cell on Xbox. Still play. 

Phantasmagoria, from the short lived, semi live action, point click games. Another first game, I remember my family kicking me out several times while playing. Sometime we drink a bit at yhe Halloween party, hook it up to the TV, and play it. Can be found on GOG. 

Dark Fall. I played it before it was called "the journal." Best point click game I played, I think I still have it. What's awesome is it can be played entirely on a modern touch screen. I think it's on GOG for like $2.

Shivers 2: harvest of souls. If you know where to find this, please let me know. 

Indiana Jones and the Emperor's Tomb. It's on Steam. 

Roller Coaster Tycoon. Holy shit I'm buying this after this post, I haven't played in years. 

I played some game called Midtown Madness all the time. Another classic.

Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego. I would probably play this if you gave me a copy. 

June 19, 2017, 09:20:49 pm
New Symbol The Order of the Serpent has a new main logo! The previous logo, with it's featuring of Set, Taweret, and Egyptian hieroglyphs, suggested an Egyptian/Setian bias that the Order simply does not have nor want. We welcome all members of the LHP who share the goal of advancing esoteric and philosophical knowledge.

The symbol has a double meaning. On the simple side, the symbols around the point spell out Draco, representing the main symbolic focus of the Order. On the complex side, this is a pseudo-spelling of Draco. Going top left, top right, left, right, center, we have Norse runes, Sumerian cuneiform, Egyptian hieroglyphics, a Chinese dialect, and simply an ouroboros. While representing our variety of interests (some, not all), obviously the symbols make no sense if directly translated. We have done this to show that we are not some revival group, we take what we want or need and use it to create our own paradigm. Basically the symbol says: "we're open to any inspiration, and you should use it as you will."

June 27, 2017, 01:23:04 pm
Re: New Symbol I would also like to point out another important aspect of the O.'.S.'. Insignia; the pentagram and its outer circle do not touch.  This is significant as it symbolizes the Order's premise that the psyche/self-consciousness/Gift of the Black Flame (pentagram) is an element separate and distinct from the laws that govern the Order of the Cosmos (circle).
June 27, 2017, 02:19:32 pm
Left Hand Path Quotes "The very powerful and the very stupid have one thing in common, they don't alter their views to fit the facts. They alter the facts to fit their views, which can be uncomfortable if you happen to be one of the facts that needs altering". - Dr. Who

"Political correctness has no place in Setian, Satanic, Luciferian, Left-Hand Path speak. If you are offended by our words, then you need to seek out some other path or religion that is kinder and gentler to your fragile sensibilities." - Setamontet

"Madness, as you know, is like gravity; all it takes is a little push." - the Joker

"Introduce a little anarchy, upset the established order and everything becomes chaos." - the Joker, Chaos Magician

June 30, 2017, 03:54:02 pm
Re: Older Games By old I see you mean ancient.

The oldest game I play on occasion is GemStone's a MUD and text based but it's very high quality. Alot of famous writers play it because it's great for learning how to type fast and write in a fictional style, stimulating the right brain.

July 29, 2017, 04:10:06 pm
Re: Older Games I'm still very found of Castlevania, Legend of Zelda, and Metroid.  Doom and Quake and Dark Forces are also still pretty good. And I still love Battletoads and Tetris.
August 03, 2017, 03:31:13 am
Re: Kek, Consciousness, Meme Magic, and connection to Set Friendly reminder to play nice everyone. We're a very diverse forum and there's bound to be some major disagreement. One of the most impressive feats of greater black magic is to disgree without getting too condescending, snippy, or personal.
August 06, 2017, 06:34:20 pm
Re: Worship I worship Set/the Prince of Darkness, I don't grovel or submit my will to his, but it is a deep reverence and admiration I have had for him ever since the night I first became Setian.  That night many years ago when Set and I first bonded in mind and spirit.  Sometimes during the passion and intense energy of a working I will kneel before the Altar of Darkness and cry out "Hail, Set!", and I know other Setians who also do.

Don Webb, High Priest Emeritus of the Temple of Set, in a letter, told me of the night when he truly became aware of the reality of Set.  It was during a ToS conclave working when he was an Adept II*, the presence and the realization was so overwhelming he began weeping uncontrollably for almost an hour, right there before everybody in attendance.  Of course, in true Setian fashion nobody came up to him, put their arms around him saying "we know what your going through".  Nobody intruded and left him alone to experience this moment of Xeper by him Self.

August 07, 2017, 04:24:54 pm
Re: Kek, Consciousness, Meme Magic, and connection to Set
Until my last post about the CTMU thing I thought we were just giving our viewpoints but I can see how it might of edged towards debate before that. Everything about Langan (the guy who wrote CTMU) set me off (see the quote I responded to just above this one).

No, hey folks, we love and encourage healthy and intense debate on this forum.  All we ask is you just be as respectful as possible to one another.  No infighting here.

August 07, 2017, 05:57:10 pm