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Movies / Re: Last Movie You Watched
« on: Today at 08:21:38 am »
Accidental Courtesy on Netflix. Very interesting and powerful film.

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Other Religions / Re: Comparing the Christian God, Hitler, and Satan
« on: February 16, 2019, 07:20:46 pm »
I was guest speaking today in philosophy and religion and this was actually one of the main topics, lasted like an hour. There's a lot to be derived from comparing RHP entities like YHWH to fascist leaders like Hitler. I'm pretty sure I have now officially seen the face of a person the moment of deconvertion when  they realize Christianity is monstrous.

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Other Religions / Re: Comparing the Christian God, Hitler, and Satan
« on: February 16, 2019, 12:18:57 am »
Huh, where I pulled this from said something like "Hitler (as a stand in for all fascists). You can throw whoever you want in, YHWH is worse. Fascists, serial killers, rapists, child abusers ... YHWH is worse if he's anything at all like who he claims to be.

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Satanism / Re: what does satan look like?
« on: February 16, 2019, 12:17:01 am »
I don't believe the Prince of Darkness has any material properties.

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Other Religions / Comparing the Christian God, Hitler, and Satan
« on: February 11, 2019, 11:56:29 pm »
 

# God

 - Rules through fear

- Warmonger

- Mass murderer

- Limits free will

- Wants his followers to be a hivemind

- Has secret police force

- Tells lies about himself to prop himself up

- Has a chosen people and treats others as lesser

- Tortures the opposition for eternity

- Allows natural disasters

- Allows suffering

- Allows illness

- Allows poverty etc.

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# Hitler

- Rules through fear

- Warmonger

- Mass murderer

- Limits free will

- Wants his followers to be a hivemind

- Has secret police force

- Tells lies about himself to prop himself up

- Has a chosen people and treats others as lesser

- Tortures the opposition until death in the camps

- Cannot stop natural disasters and doesn't claim he can

- Cannot stop suffering and doesn't claim he can

- Cannot stop illness and doesn't claim he can

- Cannot stop poverty and doesn't claim he can

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# Satan

- Not a ruler

- Not involved in any wars

- Not a murderer

- Gave humans free will

- Desires and respects individuality

- Teaches self ownership and personal responsibility

- Honest about himself

- Cares for all people

- "You do you" regard for opposition

- Cannot stop natural disasters and doesn't claim he can

- Cannot stop suffering and doesn't claim he can

- Cannot stop illness and doesn't claim he can

- Cannot stop poverty and doesn't claim he can

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This gives us some pretty damn clear results we can confirm through history and religious claims/beliefs. What it shows is that Satan is a rather clear cultural hero and good guy, that Hitler and other fascists are far more like God than Satan, and that God is the worst fascist of all! All obvious to those who look into the abrahamic  religions objectively, but hopefully it'll get through to some others.



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General LHP Discussion / Re: Are humans inherently selfish?
« on: February 10, 2019, 03:46:35 pm »
To quote from my book,

Does  this  make  Setianism  a  negatively  selfish  religion? Many have  had  such  individuality and  self-focus  demonized  throughout their  lives,  and  surely  to  them  Setianism  seems  like  a  path  where one  cares  about  themselves  with  no  regard  for  others.  Yet  this  is absolutely  not the  case. 

For  example,  let  us  look to  the  field  of  social work: Self-care  is  an  extraordinarily  important  part  of  social  work. All  companies  discuss it,  all  trainings  bring  up  the  topic,  all interviewers ask  about  it,  and  all  seminars  have  a  speaker  who shares  methods  of caring  for  oneself. Why?  It  is  because  if  you  do not take  care  of  yourself,  how are  you  supposed  to  care  for  others? 10 If  one  is  sick,  depressed,  unfocused,  injured,  exhausted,  or  anything of  the  sort,  the  ability to  help  others  outside  of oneself  becomes severely  limited.  You  cannot focus  on  aiding  a  client  in  need  when you  are  caught  up  with  your  own  issues,  distracted  by  problems  you have  not addressed  because  you  are  so  focused  on  others.  This  is true  of all  altruistic  fields.  What  good  is  a  firefighter  too  tired  to  fight fires,  a  policeman  too  sick  to  chase  a  criminal,  a  teacher  too distracted  to  help  a  student  learn? In  fact,  once  we  begin  to  look  at it,  we  see  starting  with  a  focus  on  the  self  is  actually  the  most reasonable  and  effective  position for  human  beings to  take.  Central to  this  focus  on self-development  is  the  Ancient  Egyptian  concept  of "Xeper”.   

So yes, we are selfish. But it's not about selfish vs unselfish, rather positive selfishness vs negative selfishness.

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General LHP Discussion / Re: Are humans inherently selfish?
« on: February 10, 2019, 02:58:21 pm »
To quote from my book,

Does  this  make  Setianism  a  negatively  selfish  religion? Many have  had  such  individuality and  self-focus  demonized  throughout their  lives,  and  surely  to  them  Setianism  seems  like  a  path  where one  cares  about  themselves  with  no  regard  for  others.  Yet  this  is absolutely  not the  case. 

For  example,  let  us  look to  the  field  of  social work: Self-care  is  an  extraordinarily  important  part  of  social  work. All  companies  discuss it,  all  trainings  bring  up  the  topic,  all interviewers ask  about  it,  and  all  seminars  have  a  speaker  who shares  methods  of caring  for  oneself. Why?  It  is  because  if  you  do not take  care  of  yourself,  how are  you  supposed  to  care  for  others? 10 If  one  is  sick,  depressed,  unfocused,  injured,  exhausted,  or  anything of  the  sort,  the  ability to  help  others  outside  of oneself  becomes severely  limited.  You  cannot focus  on  aiding  a  client  in  need  when you  are  caught  up  with  your  own  issues,  distracted  by  problems  you have  not addressed  because  you  are  so  focused  on  others.  This  is true  of all  altruistic  fields.  What  good  is  a  firefighter  too  tired  to  fight fires,  a  policeman  too  sick  to  chase  a  criminal,  a  teacher  too distracted  to  help  a  student  learn? In  fact,  once  we  begin  to  look  at it,  we  see  starting  with  a  focus  on  the  self  is  actually  the  most reasonable  and  effective  position for  human  beings to  take.  Central to  this  focus  on self-development  is  the  Ancient  Egyptian  concept  of "Xeper”.   

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Setianism / Re: Set as YHWH?
« on: February 07, 2019, 01:53:37 pm »
Nah the Tunnels of Set were a Grant thing and he definitely meant Typhon/Set. Lately some are connecting Set and Seth though, and the Sethians we Ophite.

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General LHP Discussion / Re: Left Hand Path Quotes
« on: February 07, 2019, 04:16:32 am »
Thou livest and must live for ever. Think not The Earth, which is thine outward cov'ring, is Existence it will cease and thou wilt be No less than thou art now.

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Souls who dare use their immortality,

Souls who dare look the Omnipotent tyrant in His everlasting face,

and tell him that His evil is not good!

If he has made, As he saithwhich I know
not, nor believe

But, if he made us he cannot unmake:

We are immortal!

Nay, he'd have us so,
That he may torture:
Let him!

He is great
But, in his greatness, is no happier than
We in our conflict!

Goodness would not make Evil;
and what else hath he made?

But let him Sit on his vast and solitary throne
Creating worlds, to make eternity
Less burthensome to his immense existence And unparticipated solitude;

Let him crowd orb on orb: he is alone

Indefinite, Indissoluble Tyrant;

Could he but crush himself, 'twere the best boon He ever granted: but let him reign on! And multiply himself in misery!

Spirits and Men, at least we sympathise And, suffering in concert, make our pangs Innumerable, more endurable, By the unbounded sympathy of all With all!

But He! so wretched in his height,
So restless in his wretchedness, must still Create, and re−create.

Perhaps he'll make One day a Son unto himself as he Gave you a father
and if he so doth, Mark me! that Son will be a sacrifice!

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I tempt none, Save with the truth: was not the Tree, the Tree Of Knowledge? and was not the Tree of Life Still fruitful?

 Did  I  bid her pluck them not? Did I plant things prohibited within The reach of beings innocent, and curious By their own innocence?

I would have made ye Gods; and even He who thrust ye forth, so thrust ye Because "ye should not eat the fruits of life, "And become gods as we." Were those his words?

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The Maker

Call him Which name thou wilt: he makes but to destroy.

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And I, who know all things, fear nothing; see What is true knowledge.

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And yet that grief is knowledge so he lied not:

And if he did betray you, 'twas with Truth;

And Truth in its own essence cannot be But good.

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Throughout all space. Where should I dwell? Where are Thy God or Godsthere am I: all things are Divided with me:

Life and Death and Time Eternity and heaven and earth and that Which is not heaven nor earth, but peopled with Those who once peopled or shall people both

These are my realms! so that I do divide His, and possess a kingdom which is not His. If I were not that which I have said, Could I stand here? His angels are within Your vision.

- Lucifer, "Cain" by Lord Byron

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Setianism / Re: Set as YHWH?
« on: February 07, 2019, 12:00:33 am »
If you're gonna place Set in a Judeo-Christian or Kabbalistic perspective, it is wise to remember the qlipoth is called the Tunnels of Set. How you interpret that is up to you, as that leads to pretty convoluted and personal symbolism that I would wish to not interfere with.

The whole Qlipoth/night side are the tunnels?

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Setianism / Re: Set as YHWH?
« on: February 07, 2019, 12:00:04 am »
NEMO LIVES!!!!!

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https://www.amazon.com/dp/1793962340

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Behold: The Prince of Darkness is a text discussing the religion of Setianism - based on the Ancient Egyptian God Set. Setianism has grown considerably in the past decades. It is a part of the Western Left Hand Path, focusing on things such as self-deification, individuality, questioning of dogma and authority, and more. This text discusses the main beliefs of Setianism, compares Setianism to similar religions, looks at the history of Set, provides empirical evidence and logical arguments supporting Set, looks at the role Set played in the Pyramid Texts, and looks at many of the other Princes and Princesses of Darkness throughout history and across culture. It also features an appendix with additional essays, on topics such as Lovecraft in the Occult and Life-Fields.
















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Other Religions / New Sub /r/HistoricalEgypt
« on: February 01, 2019, 07:38:24 pm »
https://www.reddit.com/r/HistoricalEgypt/

This sub likely won't ever be that big, but that's fine. It's for the discussion on Ancient Egypt and modern paths that build on that history. I became aware of the need for this sub after posting information on the God Set, including about his roles in history, his form of a meteorite, and re: my upcoming book on the God. This quickly earned a ban and it wasn't hard to realize it was because the moderators are uninterested in Non-Osirian myth. This despite all the objective works done by respected academics like To Velde, Wainwright, Budge, Griffith, and many more.

But there's is so much more to Egypt: Setianism, Amunism, Ra worship, Atenism, and much, much more. As someone fascinated by Egypt and dedicated to academic investigation on it, I was very put off and knew a sub dedicated to **actual Egyptian history** should exist. So here it is.

I am posting this to many subs which contain knowledge on Egypt so we can start building something respectable. Please share your knowledge, fun facts, questions, or misconceptions about Egypt.

**"Your Step is Great That You May Traverse the Sky!"**

- The Pyramid Texts

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Setianism / Re: Set as YHWH?
« on: February 01, 2019, 12:49:18 am »
Interesting info . . . however, the research I have been doing over the last three years for a book highly suggests that Yahweh's origin is that of a pre-Islamic North Arabian rain deity known also to the Midianite and Edomite tribes, the Babylonians, Aramaeans and to the Egyptians as the moon deity YaH or LaH, borrowed from the Arabic SiN deity.



I would like to hear about this, it's a good thread for it.

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