An individual is strong, independent, but knows how to cooperate. Solid, inert like a mountain but fluid and adaptable like the river that flows down. His Will is the only thing that can command his movement or immobility. The individual calculates his actions, observing causes and consequences and choosing, objectively or arbitrarily, the course of… Continue reading Strength in individuality.
This is a response of my friend and fellow LHPer, Aleph, who posted My place in the Satanic zeitgeist a few weeks back. Lately, through certain social media groups and exposition to forums and such, I've now gotten a better understanding of what "Satanism" means to other Satanists beside myself. I've now just realized how secluded and individual… Continue reading The Satanist Daily.
I like Spring. It's colorful and pretty. I go on a photo rampage around this time of the year. Enjoy.
The European Comission now will decide what you read and write on social media. Several social media (including Facebook, Twitter, Google abd even YouTube) signed the Code of Conduct of The European Union in which they are forced to take down any post, message or video deemed by the European Comission to incite violence and/or… Continue reading The EU against freedom of expression.
Tomorrow is going to be a Historical day in the world. Day in which perhaps political correctness and overall political hypocrisy might take a good punch in the face. I don't know much about American Politics, other than your "democratic" system of election is bollocks and the two party system is the most anti-democratic bullshit… Continue reading Fellow Americans. Vote Trump. (Or anyone else than Hillary)
There is a certain connotation of immobility to the concept of Balance. When we say someone is balanced we are struck with an image of perfect equilibrium, of a sphere perfectly balanced atop a needle. For me, this characteristic is anti-satanic. The Satanist is in an eternal state of oscillation. He changes and adapts, he… Continue reading Balance and movement.
As part of the Haram month I want to talk about something that is very relevant to me and to the West. Most forms of art are forbidden in Islam. Calligraphy and non-figurative art are allowed, but figurative art (in which sentient beings are represented) is strictly forbidden. Some figurative Islamic art is found in… Continue reading Haram Month 2: Art and Tattoos.