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23 January 2016 @ 01:29 am
Evil Twin, one of Satan's spirits, has just illegally sold a cult member that was NOT SOLD to him and he had it illegally reincarnated when it is on the blacklist of people to unsell with reincarnation. He is being sued permanently for reincarnating TEO with the guardian MANDI and Satan gave him a high five for fucking over a cult member of 20 years.
21 December 2015 @ 10:18 pm
Disclaimer: I have been in his cult over 10 years and cannot believe what I just found out. I am absolutely disgusted with his behavior towards another cult member.

Satan is really guilty with his cult right now. It was just reported that he is trying to take the life of a cult member of 20 years and have it reincarnated when this person has a guardian overseer in the cult. He refuses to check to see if they're in the cult and refuses to check with their guardian overseer and is lying about who it is. He is very guilty of his own cult and reincarnation.

My cousin and I have always been in this cult since we were kids. She's ready to leave his cult if he does it. He's already tried to pretend he's Osama bin laden and thinks he has the right to treat women like they're from Afghanistan. If my cousin hears about it one more time she's going to do something about it herself and she says she's going to do something big because the person he's doing it to was close to her for many years. She feels guilty and thinks its her fault so she's all pro active about it.

The said person was blacklisted from reincarnation first, rightfully so, and he thinks he can override that blacklist that was set in stone for more than fifteen years.
16 October 2006 @ 10:56 pm
Shameless plug.. I admit it...

psivampyre is for those of us who don't have a community on LJ and it's being designed as an open discussion journal with resources and hopefully a little bit of help.

I don't claim to know everything about being a psychic vampyre, but I am one. I haven't found any really great resources online (well a few!) and I've come short when looking for vampyre community types in my area. So, the next best solution... START ONE!

Open to all vampyres (sanguine or psi) and black swans (friends).
15 June 2006 @ 09:36 pm
If anyone would like to get a flyer regarding my book release, please send me your name and your address to: celesttialsphere@yahoo.com
09 June 2006 @ 09:39 pm
just thought id say hi as i just joined
04 May 2006 @ 08:09 pm
My new collection of poems to be published soon, called, "Makeshift Existence" will be published later this year.
I will keep you updated.
Look for it at your local bookstores.

Dark Blessings
21 March 2006 @ 10:59 pm
Hey. Name's Nathan. I'm a Modern Satanist that lives in Alabama... unfortunately. I have quite a history of beliefs and alternative paths. I was a Methodist Christian until I was 15 when I renouced it about five years ago when I saw the full extent of God's "mercy" and "compassion". Needless to say, I was through with it. Later on I got into Paganism/Wicca and then, as time went by, dropped that. And about a year ago I discovered Modern Satanism. It fit, so I took that up and been doing that ever since.

That's my little intro for you there. I look forward to commenting and maybe posting a few things. Feel free to add me, I'm always up for having new friends. :-)

Ave Satanas!
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26 February 2006 @ 04:07 pm
Here is some information for the people new to Satanism.

Our use of the terms "Satanism" and "Satanic:"

We define a religion according to the beliefs of the actual followers.

So, for example, we define any religious organization or individual as "Christian" if the faith group or person sincerely, thoughtfully, devoutly, prayerfully considers themselves to be Christian. This includes Fundamentalists, Evangelicals, Baptists, Charismatics, Pentecostals, mainline Christians, liberal Christians, Mormons, Unificationists, United Church members, Roman Catholics, Gnostic Christians and even Jewish Christians from the 1st Century CE. We list all as Christian even though they follow very different beliefs and practices.
So too, we regard as Satanists any group or individual who sincerely and thoughtfully considers themselves to be Satanic. This includes religious Satanists -- who are typically adults, -- and Satanic "dabblers" who are often teens.
The following are recommended terms and descriptions of two essentially unrelated beliefs and activities that recognize Satan in their belief system:

This religion recognizes Satan, generally as a life principle. Followers are usually serious adults, although a few are mature teenagers. Of the many main traditions which exist, the Church of Satan is by far the largest. Other Satanic groups currently exist and have existed in the recent past. Many are short-lived; their web sites often come and go within a few months. According to Statistic Canada, the 1991 census found only 335 Canadians who identified themselves as Satanists. This would imply that there may be on the order of 3,500 Satanists in the U.S. The actual number is probably significantly larger. A US Department of the Army pamphlet #165-13 estimated that there were 10 to 20 thousand members of the Church of Satan in the US during the late 1970's. 1,2 Accurate data for this movement is impossible to estimate, since the largest group (the Church of Satan) does not release its membership totals.

It is important to realize that the Satan that they recognize has few if any points of similarity with the historical Muslim or Christian concept of Satan. The Satanists' concept of Satan is pre-Christian, and derived from the Pagan image of power, virility, sexuality and sensuality. To almost religious Satanists, Satan is a force of nature, not a living quasi-deity. Their Satan has nothing to do with Hell, demons, pitchforks, sadistic torture, buying people's souls, demonic possession, performing miracles, human sacrifices, cannibalism, and profoundly evil deeds.

(taken from satanist-online)
18 January 2006 @ 06:48 pm
Some folks identify satanism as a part of (neo)paganism, others do not. I tend not to identify with the pagan lable, however, I feel a deep desire to have a connection with the earth.

While some call Satan the "muse of our civilization" and point to him as an advocate for the development of technology and ideas, Christianity often characterizes Satan as an enemy of civilization, a symbol of wild man, instinct, animalism.

Do you see satan as a symbol/advocate of man's wild nature and animal instinct or as a "muse of civilization"? Obviously, this question isn't binary: Is satan both wild and civilized? Or is it man's animal nature to create civilization(s) and "progress?"

I see Satan as more of an enemy than defender of civilization, at least in its techno-industrial form. Civilization forces individuals to repress their desires and conform to the whims and needs of society and government. I don't believe in the concept of an objective or materialist "progress," and I think civilization is the product of the same forces that generated christianity: ideological control, institutional violence and authoritarianism.
12 January 2006 @ 11:56 pm
Any experiences as to where people treat you differently as a satanist, either at work, home or school?
Whom in your life knows that you're a satanist?
What are your views on satanism?
What is your occupation?
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