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)
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… Continue reading The Satanist is never a victim.
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.
Thou Art - http://wp.me/p2VbjO-1tw 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… Continue reading Haram Month 2: Art and Tattoos.
Good friend and fellow Satanist (or Luciferian now? You'll tell me!) Aleph created the Haram Month in one of his latest blog posts. Let's take a look at relevant excerpt: 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… Continue reading Haram Month 1: Curse to Allah!
A few months back an "ex-friend" so to speak confronted me on the fact that he couldn't trust me or be my friend because my moral, or rather non-moral code and unethical thinking made me someone not trustworthy and possibly dangerous. He said I have no limits, no boundaries. I just recently remembered this and… Continue reading What makes me a God.