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Movies / Re: Last Movie You Watched
« on: November 22, 2019, 02:17:24 am »
Just recently watched "In The Tall Grass" on Netflix, by Stephen King, it was a psychological mind-fuck, I loved it!


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Setian Philosophy / Re: Don Webb books, which to read first?
« on: November 22, 2019, 02:11:49 am »
For me I've always kind of identified myself as a Satanist, the way LaVey portrays things, except for the fact I'm not an atheist, but the general principal of seeing ourselves as our own God and bettering ourselves through our own consciousness, learning, etc...

So I've been searching for what seems right to me regarding my own beliefs, but like someone mentioned above, one rabbit hole always seems to lead to another rabbit hole when pertaining to anything Occult wise lol. Don't know if I could ever dedicate myself to one particular thing like Setianism or Satanism, I'm all over the place  :P which in conclusion is why I find this website and the members so fascinating, albeit extremely helpful at that.

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Setian Philosophy / Re: Don Webb books, which to read first?
« on: November 21, 2019, 06:39:13 pm »
Thanks everyone, much appreciated! Going by your responses, I'll start with the Essential Guide first then go on to the 7 Faces of Darkness.

I'm currently in the middle of reading Michael Aquino's Black Magick PDF and have found it to be pretty informative. My only complaint about Aquino's writing style is I feel he uses a lot of big words which essentially act as fluff resulting in him just tip-toeing around the core topic; regardless, the section on LBM for me was really good. Looking forward to his take on GBM.

I've been doing a lot of research on Setianism in general lately, next up I plan on doing a bunch of reading pertaining to Luciferianism. I view Lucifer as an actual deity, who I believe was my first contact with any deity when I was young and dumb, and messing around with stuff I shouldn't have been messing with, but that is for another topic completely.  :thumbsup: 8)

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Lounge / Re: Physique and Strength
« on: November 20, 2019, 06:26:37 pm »
Resistance training and cardio is very important to me, I grew up in a house of health nuts so it was kind of instilled in me from an early age. I'm also in college to become a Registered Dietitian so it all goes hand in hand.

Through proper diet and exercise I find myself being able to not only train harder, but I can run longer distances and it improves my daily cognition without a doubt; I think that's pretty important when it comes to LHP philosophy and whatnot. Feeling good about myself and how I appear physically also helps tremendously when it comes to certain aspects of LBM...

Anyways I think this is a great topic

I think the keys to longevity and dynamic metaphysical growth are a continual sense of purpose, goals, ambition, determination, an undying will to conquer the challenges of and achieving one's goals in life.  Physical health and strength; taking good care of your body is of great importance.  Staying grounded; maintaining a healthy balance in relation to ones own subjective universe and the objective universe are of paramount importance.

Without purpose the force of mind and the will to come into being shall fail; causing the deterioration of the life force of the psyche or Self into the depths of oblivion = non-existence, the death of being.

^ Also, couldn't of said it better myself  :)

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Setian Philosophy / Don Webb books, which to read first?
« on: November 17, 2019, 01:13:38 am »
Hey all, I recently decided to go ahead and purhcase a few of Don Webb's books, The Seven Faces of Darkness and Uncle Setnakt's Essential Guide to the Left Hand Path.

I'm pretty excited to dive in but was wondering if any of you recommended reading one before the other?

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Lounge / Little Chibi Set sticker
« on: November 16, 2019, 02:57:02 am »
Just thought I'd share this here, I'm defintely getting one lol

https://www.etsy.com/listing/728481331/chibi-set-sticker-cute-egyptian-god?ref=user_profile


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Music / Re: What are you listening to?
« on: November 14, 2019, 11:53:38 pm »
Been listening to one of my old bandmates solo Black Metal project Dark Winter

Check him out! https://darkwinter.bandcamp.com/album/grim-utterances

Brutal classic black metal with a modern twist I guess?

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Lounge / Re: What are you doing right now?
« on: November 13, 2019, 03:00:38 am »
Picked up a book at the library tonight titled "The Complete Gods and Goddesses of Ancient Egypt"

Safe to say I'll have my nose deep in this book all night lol  8)

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Setian Philosophy / Re: Offerings to Set
« on: November 13, 2019, 02:58:13 am »
I also see you mention Thoth. He's actually very closely related to Set, a part of him even. In fact, Thoth was the child of Horus and Set, the unity of the two forming an equilibrium. Thoth is also associated with knowledge, magic, the night sky, etc. I'd say Thoth is also my #2 next to Set.

I was unaware of the connection between Set and Thoth, again, love how these things work out, it's actually very inspirational.

I also had no idea of the Black Flame Tarot, I have been using the classic Rider Waite deck, with pretty good results thus far. I was going to invest in Crowley's Thoth deck but after doing a little google searching I'm intrigued by this BFT deck.

I found a few, I'm assuming this is what you were talking about?

https://www.etsy.com/listing/622429136/black-flame-tarot

https://enfer.bigcartel.com/product/black-flame-tarot-deck

Very cool.

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Setian Philosophy / Re: Offerings to Set
« on: November 12, 2019, 10:52:48 pm »
If you're looking to print images this is great: http://www.joanlansberry.com/setfind/setfind.html

This is exactly what I was looking for to add some more detail, thank you very much!

I unfortunately have to practice my works in private at the moment; consequently, my altar is cramped up in my closet, but regardless it looks somewhat similar to the images you shared  :P .

I am looking to also build up my book collection, in my opinion books (especially magickal ones) hold a lot more power than just text written in them, especially if they're being used for specific works. My book of the dead definitely has quite the charge to it. I read all of Black Magic 101 the other day and enjoyed it so much I'll be buying a physical copy soon to add to the collection.

Regarding Set's favorite color being red, I think I'll go out and get some red candles this week, been looking to add some anyways but wasn't sure what color would be best for the altar. I tend to light candles no matter what act of magick I do, even if it's a simple 3 card Tarot reading, it does something for me more than just set the mood, it helps me enter a trance much faster.

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Setian Philosophy / Re: Offerings to Set
« on: November 12, 2019, 06:42:45 pm »
Wow thank you so much for the info, this helps tremendously!

Very interesting to note that he's associated with the Big Dipper, that is the constellation I've always been drawn to and point out to my friends at night for as long as I can remember (love how things work out like that.)

Now I've got some ideas; one day I'll post an image of the altar, it's pretty lame right now lol. I have a few images of Set I've printed off via google images and the like, looking getting a nice statue of Set to put front and center very soon. Thanks again.


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Setian Philosophy / Offerings to Set
« on: November 12, 2019, 05:14:14 pm »
So within the past few years I've slowly been building an altar dedicated to Set and Thoth, but mainly Set; surprisingly, this was before I even discovered The Temple of Set and this website as well, which I found to be pretty enlightening.

Anyways, I was wondering what to offer Set on my altar? I know a lot of people offer things like food, various herbs and the like, is there anything specific Set likes? I am in the process of building a personal relationship with him. Any advice would suffice, thanks in advance!

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Music / Re: Black Metal
« on: November 11, 2019, 06:40:14 pm »
Hey all, thought I'd share this list my buddy put together, these are some of our very favorite Black Metal albums of all time, most can be found via YouTube or Bandcamp, or just a simple google search, enjoy!

1.   Lurker of Chalice – Lurker of Chalice - 2005
2.   The Ruins of Beverast – Rain Upon the Impure – 2006
3.   Leviathan – Scar Sighted - 2015
4.   Spectral Lore – III – 2014
5.   Coldworld – Autumn – 2016
6.   Drudkh – Blood in Our Wells - 2006
7.   Midnight Odyssey – Funerals from the Astral Sphere – 2011
8.   Agalloch – Ashes Against the Grain - 2006
9.   Lunar Aurora – Andacht - 2007
10.   Negura Bunget – Om – 2006
11.   Weakling – Dead as Dreams – 1999
12.   Taake – Hordalands Doedskvad – 2005
13.   Wolves in the Throne Room – Celestial Lineage – 2011
14.   Wigrid – Hoffningstod - 2000
15.   Peste Noire – La Sanie des Siecles – 2006
16.   Gris – Il Etait Une Foret – 2007
17.   Ethereal Shroud – They Become the Falling Ash - 2015
18.   Xasthur – Telepathic With the Deceased – 2004
19.   Karg – Dodsvengel - 2018   
20.   Chaos Moon – Eschaton Memoire – 2017
21.   Blut Aus Nord – Ultima Thulee - 1995
22.   Panopticon – Autumn Eternal – 2015
23.   Deathspell Omega – Fas – 2007
24.   Altar of Plagues – Teethed Glory and Injury - 2013
25.   Mgla – Exercises in Futility – 2015
26.   Batushka – Litourgiya - 2015
27.   Elysian Blaze – Blood Geometry - 2012
28.   Paysage D’Hiver – Paysage D’Hiver – 2000
29.   Ulver – Bergtatt – 1995
30.   Shining – V: Halmstad – 2007
31.   Forteresse – Metal Noir Quebecois – 2006
32.   Darkspace – Dark Space III - 2008
33.   Nightbringer – Ego Dominus Tuus – 2014
34.   Emperor – In the Nightside Eclipse – 1994
35.   Celeste – Animale(s) - 2013
36.   Mamaleek – Fever Dream – 2008
37.   Veil – Sombre - 2008
38.   I Shalt Become – Wanderings – 1996
39.   Burzum – Hvis Lys Tar Oss - 1994
40.   Krallice – Dimensional Bleedthrough – 2009
41.   Summoning – Let Mortal Heroes Sing Our Fame – 2001
42.   Oranssi Pazuzu – Varahtelija - 2016
43.   Imperium Dekadenz – Dammerung der Szenarian – 2007
44.   Dissection – Storm of the Light’s Bane - 1995
45.   Obsequiae – Aria of Vernal Tombs – 2015
46.   Nachtmystium – Instinct: Decay – 2006
47.   Drowning the Light – Through the Noose of Existence - 2007
48.   Sombres Forets – Royaume de Glace – 2008
49.   Bethlehem – Dictius Te Necare - 1996
50.   Saor – Aura – 2014
51.   Caina – Hands That Pluck - 2011
52.   Veldes – The Bitterness Symphony – 2017
53.   Aosoth – An Arrow Through the Heart - 2013
54.   Dawn – Slaughtersun – 1998
55.   Nokturnal Mortum – Lunar Poetry - 1996
56.   Watain – Casus Luciferi – 2004
57.   Akercocke – Words That Go Unspoken, Deeds That Go Undone - 2005
58.   Darkthrone – Panzerfaust – 1995
59.   False – Untitled - 2015
60.   Judas Iscariot – Distant in Solitary Night – 1999
61.   Forgotten Tomb – Songs to Leave – 2002
62.   Crimson Moon – Oneironaut – 2016
63.   Cobalt – Gin - 2009
64.   Dead in the Manger – Cessation – 2015
65.   Cosmic Church – Ylistys – 2013
66.   Negative Plane – Stained Glass Reflections - 2011
67.   Downfall of Gaia – Atrophy - 2016
68.   Nargaroth – Herbstlyd - 1998
69.   Skagos – Ast - 2009
70.   Wormlust – The Feral Wisdom – 2013
71.   Trist – Hin-fort – 2007
72.   Cultes Des Ghoules – Henbane - 2013
73.   Volahn -  Ab’Aq’Al – 2014
74.   Terra Tenebrosa – The Purging – 2013
75.   Samael – Ceremony of Opposites - 2014
76.   Woods of Desolation – Torn Beyond Reason – 2011
77.   Wilt – Ruin – 2018
78.   Krieg – Transient – 2014
79.   Harakiri for the Sky – Arson - 2018
80.   Satanic Warmaster – Carelian Satanist Madness - 2005
81.   Void Omnia – Dying Light – 2016
82.   Fell Voices – II - 2010
83.   Silencer – Death – Pierce Me – 2001
84.   Abigor – Opus IV - 1996
85.   Limbonic Art – Moon in the Scorpio – 1996
86.   Horna – Sanojesi Aarelle - 2008
87.   Young and in the Way – When Life Comes to Death – 2014
88.   Moonsorrow – V: Havietty – 2007
89.   Austere – To Lay Like Old Ashes - 2009
90.   Drautran – Throne of the Depths - 2007
91.   Loss of Self – Twelve Minutes – 2013
92.   Alcest – Ecailles de Lune - 2010
93.   Cult of Fire – II - 2013
94.   Windir – 1184 – 2001
95.   Avoid the Light – Spleen - 2015
96.   Black Cilice – A Corpse, A Temple - 2011
97.   Inquisition – Obscure Verses for the Multiverse - 2013
98.   Wodensthrone – Loss – 2009
99.   Akhlys – The Dreaming I - 2015
100.   Todtgelichter – Angst - 2010

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Introductions / Salutations!
« on: November 09, 2019, 09:28:56 pm »
Hello everyone, I recently stumbled across this website the other day doing research into the Occult and mainly The Temple of Set.

Just a little about me, I was raised Catholic but could never relate to the others at my Church and I was constantly getting in trouble at a young age for challenging the Church and my Priest. I became very interested in the Occult during my early teenage years, I always felt I could sense and feel what others could not. Multiple physic mediums told me I possessed some type of gift. Through messing with ouija boards and Satanism (I was seriously uneducated) I became a full believer in the Occult.

15 years later my interest in these matters has exploded, a spiritual awakening as some call it. I am very interested in the Setianism along with my own path into black magick, so hopefully this will be a good place for me  :mrgreen:


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