Personal Belief, Satanism

Short reflection on UPG

So I got a comment on my post How I became a Satanist: Azazel, The Sun Demon. a person whose username is Athena shared their own experience on contacting Satan. Their UPG is interesting, but an even more interesting thing happened: Their contact with Satan and the demons directly contradicts mine. Their clear Abrahamic-based beliefs… Continue reading Short reflection on UPG

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Personal Belief, Satanism

Kill Nature or kill nature? (Part 2 of human survival focused on anti-environment)

Capitalization is important kids. Thankfully I have friends who remind me of the often shallowness of my newest ideas, like Aleph from his blog Aleph's Heretical Domain who points out a series of important flaws or problems with my previous post. Let's address them and try to make something viable out of this potential solution:… Continue reading Kill Nature or kill nature? (Part 2 of human survival focused on anti-environment)

Personal Belief, Satanism

Kill Nature! (Or another take on human survival focused on anti-environment)

It's been a while. I come to you today with an idea that has been going through my mind for a couple of years, and I feel it has matured enough to begin developing it. Bear in mind, this idea is a child, a fetus-- an ugly proto-idea that has been conceived in the womb… Continue reading Kill Nature! (Or another take on human survival focused on anti-environment)

Satanism

In what ways are we Pagans?

My thoughts exactly. Too bad I am unable to describe them as eloquently.

Summer Thunder

The important thing in a religion or spirituality is, well spirituality. The official criteria are really insignificant compared to the sincere personal reality of the adherent, and their relationship with their religion, faith or practice. I agree with RJ Womack’s assertion that Satanism is essentially a form of Paganism, and I’m going to try to explain why.

Needless to say this is my view and experience of my spirituality, which is developing for me all the time. I have always been most interested in personal religion. It’s that which gave stability and integrity, and the preservation of value. In that sense I am quite religiously conservative, but unconventional. I am a secularist because it both ensures religious freedom (and freedom from any single religion), and protects spirituality from the contamination of politics. But to embark on the subject of this post:

I feel we are most essentially polytheists or spiritists…

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