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Dark ambience for the ritual chamber Some dark ambience for the ritual chamber;





March 30, 2017, 04:08:49 pm
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Re: Dark Ambience Enter the celestial solitude of the Kingdom of Darkness;




April 01, 2017, 02:51:29 pm
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Creativity and Selfhood The realization of a creative goal often requires mastering new things on the intellectual level. While one can certainly pursue knowledge for its own sake, I find myself more likely to learn things if they contribute to a personal expression of some sort.

One of my varied interests is guitarmaking. Initially, I intended to just make the body and purchase a pre-made neck. In discussing this with a friend, he said "you should make the neck also". I took up the challenge, and though my guitars aren't perfect, I am more pleased with my efforts than if I took the path of least resistance.

Which creative pursuits have enabled you to accomplish more than you thought possible?

May 08, 2017, 03:53:10 am
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To Become A God Anton LaVey declared the "watchword" of Satanism to be Indulgence. As Crowley indicated in his Book of the Law: "The word of Sin is Restriction". Indulgence is where it all begins, because without the freedom of self-exploration the Word implies, Thelema and Xeper would be unattainable.

Indulgence is important, but eventually one comes to the conclusion that it is a doorway into a deeper realm - that of the Will. The fulfillment of a passing desire may very well trigger a moment of self-realization - Xeper - which propels the individual into a new state of Being. What started on a whim becomes a life-long pursuit.

But I suppose self-awareness doesn't come without its share of caveats. I fear we may be entering a new era of Restriction, despite many attempts to free Occultists from the false stigmas associated with their practices. (There was once an organization in my town that made efforts in this regard.) The mainstream media has been quiet lately, but I wouldn't be surprised if LHP religions become the "click-bait" of the future when revenues get low.

I'll remain the "everyman" for now, but will Xeper just the same. The external universe cannot take away my godliness, for it has already been instantiated. My job is to Understand and Perpetuate what has already been placed into existence - to engage in Indulgence, Thelema, Xeper, Remanifestation - and work towards Ultimate Separation.

May 21, 2017, 12:04:13 am
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Re: To Become A God
Did Anton claim the word indulgence, or was that assigned by the ToS in hindsight?
From The Satanic Bible:
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The watchword of Satanism is  INDULGENCE  instead of “abstinence” . . .  BUT— it is not 
“compulsion.”

May 21, 2017, 12:44:40 am
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Re: Creativity and Selfhood
hm... do we not have HTML boxes or support for embedding soundcloud?
I installed a mod for it:
Code: [Select]
Usage:
[soundcloud]<song url>[/soundcloud]
[cloudset]<set url>[/cloudset]


May 21, 2017, 01:30:44 pm
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Re: non-metal occult music






May 21, 2017, 03:12:34 pm
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Re: non-metal occult music While I am not into Modern Mainstream Music such as Pop, Rap, or Electro. Their is however a Song in which I adore, I regard it to be dark, Satanic, and spiritual as well. I am pretty sure the founders and the Co founders of the O.S. are familiar with this song in which I shared previously on the Satanic Music Thread on another Web Forum.





May 21, 2017, 11:14:56 pm
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I'm not sure I would call what I would share popular, even if they belong to a parent genre that is very popular...

Well with me I usually do not care of how much music or songs have Popularties, with me it depends on what songs and music resonates to me. For example this song that I did share even though it might be considered popular or out of date is to me a symbolic representation of Darkness and spirituality that resonates within my own being. I usually do not care of how much occultism and Satanism is added within music whether it is metal or rock or other genres.

Other than listening to instrumental music of a variety of genres, I also listen to a music Label known as the MMP Temple, Most of their songs I listen to have been used from one of my workings and taking long walks from home in general.
































May 25, 2017, 12:21:25 am
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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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