I am my own god. We are here to unlearn the teachings of the church, state, and our educational system. We are here to drink beer. We are here to kill war. We are here to laugh at the odds and live our lives so well that Death will tremble to take us
– Charles Bukowski
I am a writer and poet as such I read, I read a lot. This quote from the poet Bukowski has been in my note book for more years than I care to remember. As I research my interest in Satanism it rings louder than ever. My instincts suggest I examine this small piece of writing now.
I am my own god.
As a witch I believe I am responsible for my actions and my actions are not governed by any god whether that god is a good or bad influence. I do…
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Awesome post. I never thought of bringing Marx into the sauce. Great findings, friend.
Everyone knows the traditional Christian narrative of the origin of mankind, the concept of original sin, and the concept of salvation and judgement. Jehovah creates Adam and Eve. Adam and Eve eat the fruit from the tree of knowledge and gain knowledge of good and evil after being tempted by good and evil, and get banished from the garden because of it. Thousands of years later, Jehovah sends Jesus, his only son, to die on the cross and supposedly open the way for the redemption of mankind. And eventually, the day of judgement arrives when the believers go to the kingdom of Jehovah and everyone else is condemned to hell.
“Fall and Redemption of Man”
This is also the narrative shared by Islam, except that in Islam it is the prophet Muhammad that reveals teachings that lead the way for mankind. I should point out the original sin myth was…
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During tonight's ritual, I made a request upon the Demon Orobas and the Demoness Haures to become my protectors. Ororbas is a Demon that absorbs negative energy and protects from any form of hostility, while Haures destroys and obliterates anything that threatens me. I'm leaving the candles on overnight. I felt really strongly both of… Continue reading Haures and Orobas, my Sword and Shield.
Originally from Bay Witch Musings "11 Things to Answer about your Religion" Where do my religious beliefs arise from (in my life)? Were they taught to me as a child? Did I discover them as an adult? Have I developed them on the basis of personal experiences–are they a positive or negative reaction to events… Continue reading 11 things I answered about my religion