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General LHP Discussion / Re: Revolutionary Ideation and LHP
« Last post by Lyscii on Today at 06:00:01 am »
1. If you had to describe your relationship with the ruling powers of your society as you understand them, would you say that you are aligned with them, opposed to them, or indifferent to them?

2B. If you are opposed to them, is it in an active or passive way? In other words, are you willing to engage in taking definite revolutionary action (undermining their influence, funding revolutionary movements, exposing state secrets, and speaking against them) - or not? (Passive revolutionary- will offer support when the revolution comes along, but doesn’t play a roll in actually brining it about)

Passive. While the idea of revolution does have some appeal in my head, I realize that most people around me are too apathetic or brainwashed for it to be a reality anytime soon. And revolutions don't have a history of always getting the desired result.

3. Do you think that citizens live in fair and equitable circumstances under the current ruling powers?

Some do, many don't.

4. Do you think a better system than the current one could be created in terms of the welfare and circumstances provided to the citizen? If so, what do you think the chances are of this coming about?
Absolutely. The government could do a lot more for the average citizen if we weren't wasting our resources killing people overseas or giving money to oil companies, among other things. I think it's possible we will see a few steps taken in the right direction after the 2020 election, but it won't be anywhere near enough.

5. How long do you think the power structure of your society will last before being destroyed or reformed into something radically different?
25-80 years. I don't think our current crisis will topple it. Pressure from climate change and resource scarcity will grow and grow as time goes on, but I see our system clinging on as long as it possibly can.

6. Whether you are in alignment with, opposed to, or indifferent to the ruling powers of your society, do you think that political violence is ever justified or necessary to advance these views?
I have yet to form a solid opinion on this. I personally don't have plans to be involved in violence unless I feel it is truly necessary for my own well being.

7. In your experience, does LHP ideology push people in one direction or the other (in terms of evaluation of political leadership). Alternatively, has it done so for you?
My impression is most LHP people are more critical of individuals in power, whatever view they have of the system as a whole. I feel like I'm a bit more informed than the average idiot when it comes to politics, but not up to the level of most of my peers. As I start to take LHP thought more seriously, I feel inspired to study politics to better my understanding of the world around me, and to actually be capable of defending whatever positions I may hold.
Other Religions / Re: Comparing the Christian God, Hitler, and Satan
« Last post by Omegaphallic on March 22, 2019, 10:53:17 pm »
Personally, I differentiate Christian god, as a specific god, and YHWH. I see YHWH as the act of creating of cosmos. YHWH is one single god. YHWH is an idea of all gods which act as the Demiurge. He is the god of religions whose goal is to become one with the divine, as opposed to breaking the shackles of cosmos and becoming a god on your own.

 So basically the Neoplatonists idea of The One and Demiurges.
 Many Atheists don't realize that religions don't to include deities. Look at fourth wave feminism and it's demands that everyone be "woke". Others from a different political background talk about being red pilled,  which is too similar in usage to being woke aka ideology enlightenment. I'm an MRA but I refuse to use my politics as filler for where spirituality is supposed to go,  then mock religious people.

 Then their are the Atheists who obsess on celebrities,  who they use to fill the spiritual hole, because it's easier to believe in mortal human gods then immortal or nearly immortal ones.

General LHP Discussion / Re: sex magic with partners
« Last post by Etu Malku on March 22, 2019, 09:38:46 pm »
How are you defining 'Sex Magic'? . . . just so we are all on the same page.
General LHP Discussion / Re: sex magic with partners
« Last post by Deidre on March 22, 2019, 07:06:43 pm »
The negative side I see of this, is that you won't view your partner as bringing about your pleasure, rather it's magick that's bringing it about. I don't know if over time, that could interfere with the emotional side of a relationship.
Lounge / Re: What are you doing right now?
« Last post by Deidre on March 22, 2019, 07:05:09 pm »
So sleep today.  :\ Think I'm gonna take a nap after work.
General LHP Discussion / Re: sex magic with partners
« Last post by Ravvy on March 22, 2019, 03:45:41 pm »
Ahhh Sex magic is great for everything invocation, charging sigils, charging crystals, consacrate the temple, channel demons... Its great
General LHP Discussion / Re: suicide
« Last post by Ravvy on March 22, 2019, 03:29:08 pm »
There are so many demons to be channeled, worlds to be seen through the astral and tons of grimoires to be studied... A lifetime like 100 years is not enough to channel all the Qliphot.
Journals / Re: Deidre's Journal
« Last post by Deidre on March 22, 2019, 03:28:36 pm »
Dear journal, today is Friday. It should be the new sabbath. I love Fridays. The anticipation for the upcoming weekend, sleeping in, the idea that anything is possible? It's how I see Fridays.

I'm wanting pizza. Have been wanting it for a while, but haven't been ordering it. But tonight? Pizza is going to be on the menu. :)
Lounge / Re: just got a job!
« Last post by Deidre on March 22, 2019, 03:19:50 pm »
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