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General LHP Discussion / Saw a spirit as I woke
« Last post by Kapalika on Today at 06:09:25 am »
So, today I strangely became tired for seemingly no reason, and ended up taking a nap on the couch.

It wasn't one I recognized. As I woke from the nap I saw this white grid be quickly drawn across the whole house. In part of my metaphysics there is a white web but it's always irregular and connecting ontological objects, this was different and very well defined, with the spirit right in the middle of the square in front of me.

The spirit was a brown, tall with a long neck and a tall head, it's limbs were regular and proportional and it's posture was pretty straight. It's eyes were fairly large and honestly it looked kind of like some alien rather than a traditional looking spirit. I was not the most cognizant as I was waking up but I said my personal mantra and as I then focused to look forward it then the grid disappeared.

I already asked SW if I can, and I'm gonna set up a blood sigil of protection in a central part of the house to filter out malicious spirits I'm not aligned with, just in case. To do this, you need to make an inverted pentagram surrounded with sections of semi-circles and some perpendicular lines, and a horizontal line under the pentagram with one perpendicular below it. Flourishes or other details can be added as intuition guides, but that is the "base" of the sigil.

I'll post a picture once I've done it. I plan to do the ritual of it's creation at the best magical hour in my local time, which isn't terribly too far out. Gives me time to kinda plan out the invocation anyway and get the cardinal alignment of the ritual space as accurate as possible. Might give me time too to fix up the ritual space since right now I only got the altar anyway.
Satanism / Greater Magic Episode featuring Nemo
« Last post by Cabshear on Today at 12:42:23 am »
One of my personal favorites.  :mrgreen:

Satanism / Re: Would you follow a Satan similar to the one from christian mythos?
« Last post by BillyGoat666 on November 13, 2018, 08:49:16 pm »
Probz. I mean, I'm 40. I have half a life left I'm guessing. If the Abrahamic traditions are right, I could be punished by God for not believing Jesus was my Lord and Savior by going to hell for torture, believe in Jesus, go to Heaven and just sit in front of God on his throne praising him and saying, "Holy, Holy, Holy" all day, or I could join Satan, live how I please, and go to Hell when I die to chill with him and the "Demons" and torture failed Christians that God has condemned to Hell. I'll take C all day.
Satanism / Re: Balancing Public Private
« Last post by BillyGoat666 on November 13, 2018, 08:45:14 pm »
Yeah, I definitely wouldn't say all of them (love songs)... Imagine the Back Street Boys serenading Satan! Not a bad name for a metal album actually..."Serenading Satan."
Satanism / Re: Balancing Public Private
« Last post by Liu on November 13, 2018, 07:28:38 pm »
To quote some "holy" poetry:
Cursed is he that removeth awaye
the marke of hys master to please men
and not to serve in secrecy.
Don't fear that doing or not doing something would make you a false Satanist - we all need to face circumstances and find compromises between what we want to do and what is possible in the situation. Just work towards what in the long-term is in your best interest and you are doing the will of our Lord.

Perhaps you can find some spot out in nature where you can express your religion without needing to worry about others noticing?
Haven't found such a place for myself yet (didn't get far out of town that often and not having lived in this area for very long), but should be possible.
While I have the privacy of my own, fairly large, room, I also share my apartment with others who don't know about my religion, and so I normally also keep my prayers to not much louder than a whisper.

My ex used to make it my fault she didn't like my practice. However, you're not what you do. Avoid the identity trap. You are the "experiencer" not the experience itself. This idea originates from NLP. You're not what you do. You can screw up, but you're not a screw up. It's absurd to think that you are the things that you do. What you do matters, of course. However, you're not what you do my friend.
While I agree with the point, I always wonder when Neurolinguistic Programming is brought up: I heard it's basically a disproved method, has any of you actually used it actively and found it worthwhile?

You're not what you do. As you slowly de-identify, then your left with being "something" that something is what some call The Gift of Set, Satan, Lucifer, or The Dragon.

Thank you. Very helpful both of you. It's like that thing when you find a new love and yippy want to scan it from the rooftop, but you have to hide it--very Romeo and Juliet.
Heh, I can relate to that metaphor - as strange as it seems, through religion, all those love songs finally make sense (well, or some of them at least).
Setianism / Re: Old Man Aquino: No Chill
« Last post by Frater V.I.M. on November 13, 2018, 12:27:01 pm »
The following excerpt isn't from the600Club. This one is from his recent revision to MindStar. He added one whole new chapter to the book, and here are some slices from it. He def shoulda included this stuff in the first edition.

"Some materialists are so fanatic in their certainty that since 'they' are only freak, persistent electrochemical accidents, everything else in the entire OU must be too. Thus they confidently deny not just any creative genius behind the subatomic, interfunctional complexity of the OU/'Nature', but the uniform and continuous enforcement of this 'Natural Law' (NL) everywhere from millisecond to millisecond.

"The odds against the entirety of this are prima facie impossible, so atheists handle this annoyance by refusing to discuss it. Questions as to why, if one’s personal consciousness is nothing more than a freak electrical collision in the brain, this 'illusion' should continue with consistent memory for the individual’s lifetime - and why such a “freak electrical accident” coincidentally occurs in every other human brain.

"Insistent that 'he' is nothing more than this electrical illusion, the atheist has nothing but nothing to anticipate when the electrical switch is turned off: the proverbial Big Black Sack (BBS) of extinction, of nothingness.

"The absence of any supernatural morality, including of posthumous reward/punishment for incarnate behavior, makes sincere atheists that much more dangerous to others, as they are motivated only by sensual gratification. Some may of course derive pleasure from kindness, but others just as whimsically may enjoy depravity, torture, murder. Indeed the entire spectrum of sensual gratification has nowhere a moral governor; the overriding goal is relief from boredom, of being forced to confront the futility of a meaningless consciousness."

[pp. 135-136]

"Agnostics seek to avoid the pretentious arrogance of avowed atheists by maintaining that there is not enough information to answer the design/enforce question one way or the other.

"Just as glaringly this but begs the question, because the intricacy/consistency realities are every bit as visible and inescapable to them. All they demonstrate by their refusal to confront the question is their fear that the obvious answer will doom them to 'creationist' ridicule in supercilious atheist circles. Thus they succeed only in emulating ostriches."

[p. 138]

Gaming / Re: What are you playing?
« Last post by Xepera maSet on November 13, 2018, 05:04:53 am »
Father G and Vicar Amelia for now. Got to the latter but wanted a new build, now can't get back past the former.
Entertainment / Re: Memes
« Last post by Frater V.I.M. on November 13, 2018, 02:45:38 am »
@ Lil Beast
Gaming / Re: What are you playing?
« Last post by pi_rameses on November 13, 2018, 02:34:46 am »
Which ones?
Satanism / Re: Balancing Public Private
« Last post by BillyGoat666 on November 13, 2018, 01:42:53 am »
Thank you. Very helpful both of you. It's like that thing when you find a new love and yippy want to scan it from the rooftop, but you have to hide it--very Romeo and Juliet. 😊
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