Jacob McKelvy. Haha.
What a funny little anecdote.
Thought the Greater Church of Lucifer is not affiliated with any Satanic current, and my knowledge of Luciferianism is quite limited, I can only say that I find the whole situation worth a giggle.
Long story short, Mr. McKelvy was a GCOL leader, he then was found out to steal from the organisation’s resources and kicked out. He then resurfaced as a born again Christian and is probably using that to commit fraud elsewhere.
For me, his actions were completely Satanic. He wanted money, he got it, when he could no longer get it, he just went to another source.
One of the most literal fundamental principles of the LHP is that the individual uses the group to attain its goals (as opposed to the group using the individual as a puppet for their system, like in the RHP). I feel rather disappointed that this needs to happen in order to remind some LHPers some fundamental rules of life: Trust no one other than yourself and if you are fucked over, you were either weak or you let them do it.
People are assholes, and that’s human nature, to get what we want any way we can.
GCOL members or sympathisers, I invite you to reflect on this question: Is the organisation serving you? Or are you serving the organisation?
If you feel like a victim, you might want to reconsider being part of the LHP. This is the path of the strong. Of those who survive and prevail. Not those who are duped by some born again pseudo Luciferian.
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Check out this poem to Satan by a friend of mine and fellow Satanist/Luciferian!
I liked it a lot, and I’m sure you will find it delightful as I did.
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 countries that were converted to Islam but don’t speak Arabic (notably in Persia). I guess that’s because they didn’t have full access to the hadiths. Anyway, it is proscribed to create figurative art. This alone is unacceptable. Prohibiting certain forms of art leads to a hindered freedom of expression. And also hinders the creativity of the artist, as figurative art is about 70% of western graphical art.
Music is also prohibited, as Muhammad (curses be upon him*) despised musical instruments. I think certain religious chants are allowed but that’s about it. No secular music, no music instruments. I am a musician and really I can’t imagine what a world without music would be like. It is of my understanding that according to Islam and the hadiths musical instruments are a tool of the Shaytan and should be destroyed.
In a similar manner, tattoos and body modifications are strictly forbidden, as it is modifying “Allah’s (may he be cursed*) creation” and thus defying him. As a matter of coincidence, I got my tattoo done yesterday, depicting the goetic symbols of my four main deities: Satan, Beelzebub, Astaroth and Azazel.
I am incredibly happy with the result and now going to take care of it so the healing process goes well. For the record, Satan’s sigil was the most painful one to make, I could feel Satan infusing his essence unto my tattoo as it was getting done, and after it was done, it was the only one of the symbols who did not hurt afterwards, and is healing much faster than the rest. What more haram than getting a tattoo of Satan?
For the general muslim if you have done or possess figurative art, hear or compose non islamic music, or have done or got a tattoo/piercing done, congratulations, you are a sinner and should be punished! In most cases Islam prescribes death, but hey, if you’re lucky maybe you will only get your arm (where the tattoo is) cut, or if they go easy on you, a few hundred whip strikes. And without ny doubt, damnation on judgement day! Curses be upon Allah and his cursed prophet Muhmmad!
*In all pro-islam sites, when Muhammad or any of his acolytes are mentioned, follows a parenthesis like “(blessings be upon him)” and stuff like that. I’d guess I’d make a parody of it.
That is why this month, all month, I am announcing a new event for this blog which I call Haram Month – haram, of course, being the Arabic word for something that is forbidden in Islamic law. For Haram Month, all posts written on this blog until September 1st will be exclusively focused on or related to the subject of Islam, with the primary intent of criticizing the Islamic world.
I’d like to start off, not with direct criticism, but rather with a spiritual opening to this Haram Month.
In the name of Satan, Beelzebub, Astaroth and Azazel, four crowned princes of Hell, I command the universe to hear my dictate.
In my own demon name Zerhathos, I command the forces of the world to do my bidding:
Allah is cursed! Allah is dead! His power is nonexistent! His will weak as a glass thread! He’s a puppet, and terrorism his puppeteer!
May his followers see through his lie, and burn the Quran! The ashes of the idiotic book shall be used along manure to help feed all the animals the books forbid them to eat.
May the people indulge in haram! May them play music! May them drink wine! May them dance! May them have dogs! May them drink and eat with their left hand! May them watch cartoons! Yes! All of this is Haram, and all of this shall be done in the name of Allah, so his name is tainted and cursed!
May the world see that Satan and Satanist are at war against Islam for as long as we’ve been at war with any religion that hinders the human race! May them see that we have won, since man made God, and Man will be his undoing!
Heed my word, Muslims of the world, these words are not against you, but against the ideals that have brought to the world death and destruction!
Mohamed promotes beating your wife! May he be cursed! Mohamed promotes child abuse! May he be cursed! Mohamed promotes rape! May he be cursed! Mohamed promoted slavery! May he be cursed!
I fully agree with this article.
Freedom of speech is simple: everyone must have the freedom to speak as they wish, and everyone must be allowed to express any opinion or thought they please. There are no exceptions. Not even those whose opinions or beliefs are unpopular or even revolting are to be exempted from this freedom, and no unpopular or unsettling statement is to be exempted. This is the law that all who believe in the concept of liberty invariably oblige themselves to when they profess their belief in the concept of freedom of speech, because in observing this tenet we nourish liberty itself. In order for liberty to be sustained properly, we must have freedom of speech in the truest sense. No “partial” freedom of speech will suffice.
In our age, we still have to deal with the thought of the youth, not just the old, in parts of the world being blind to this…
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A fellow Satanist posted his insight on why we Satanists are not Christians and do not necessarily need to be affiliated with them in order for our beliefs to be coherent since Satan “is a Christian concept”.
I want to throw my two cents in.
Christianity is a religion based on fiction and faith. As many religions, they created their beliefs in accordance of the moral dogma they wanted to preach. They made this artificial faith in order to validate and confirm the authenticity of their laws, their moral codes, their views on the world, their views on science, etc. As many religions, Christianity was created in order to govern people and submit them to the will of the governors (who at the time were strongly affiliated with the clergy and religious authorities), with the threat of impending doom and the lie of salvation.
Satanism is a religion based on reason, and understanding of the human nature. It is comprehension of our human needs and desires, and the embracing of these. I’ve come to the conclusion that Satanism, more than a religion, is the expression of the true human nature. Therefore everyone is a Satanist in some way, but only a few chose to embrace this nature, and even fewer are those who call themselves Satanists. But it doesn’t matter what you call yourself as long as you appreciate yourself for who you are. Satanism is accepting who we are; Satanism is the love we have for ourselves. It is in our nature to love oneself and to care about ourselves. Satanism is the ultimate search for happiness (and probably the only religion that preaches to be happy and fulfil your desires in the present, and not some afterlife).
If Christianity had never existed, Satanism would still exist. We would probably be called something else. But it doesn’t matter, because Satanism is the nature of humanity, and whatever it is called doesn’t change a thing. In fact we had to put a name on a religion based directly on the human nature because 99% of people refuse to live by their nature.
Satanism is the nameless religion that everyone followed when they were born, until some other forced dogma took place through parental indoctrination. Satanism is the religion everyone at the beginning of humanity until some weak leader had to idea to lie about a Deity threatening to destroy them if they didn’t follow his rules.
Satanism is the reminder that not all humans are sheep. And I personally believe there are no sheep, only wolves made to believe they are sheep by their religion.
Once again I find myself disappointed by love. For one whole month I was lied to. For one whole month they made me believe we were onto something special.
What a fool I was. Again. Hope really is a dangerous thing.
It is my fault though. I went completely against my past convictions: I had expectations. I projected myself into the future with her. Not even a distant future: just a few months in which we would go to certain festivals and such. But still, I made projects in my head, I assumed we would stay together for at least that time. I really believed it.
No need to say my position on love is stronger now than ever.
I’m not made for this.