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We’ve Moved!

Posted in Art, Atheism, Book Reviews, Culture, Dionysianism, Ecology, Enviroment, Faith, Health, Herd Mentality, Humor, Mistress Babylon Consort, Mythology, Networking, Paganism, Philosophy, Poetry, Politics, Psychology, Religion, Satanic International Network, Satanism, Science, Sect of the Horned God, Technology, Thomas LeRoy, Uncategorized, Zach Black with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on March 11, 2014 by sectofthehornedgod

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Zach Black: Alive and Well

Posted in Atheism, Culture, Faith, Health, Humor, Mistress Babylon Consort, Networking, Psychology, Satanic International Network, Satanism, Sect of the Horned God, Thomas LeRoy, Uncategorized, Zach Black with tags , , , , , , , , , , on October 19, 2013 by sectofthehornedgod

Sect of the Horned God verses Haters

Posted in Art, Atheism, Culture, Herd Mentality, Mistress Babylon Consort, Networking, Paganism, Philosophy, Politics, Psychology, Satan Theism, Satanic International Network, Satanism, Thomas LeRoy, Uncategorized, Zach Black with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , on October 19, 2013 by sectofthehornedgod

Machine Gun Etiquette

Posted in Culture, Dionysianism, Faith, Herd Mentality, Mistress Babylon Consort, Networking, Philosophy, Politics, Psychology, Religion, Satanic International Network, Satanism, Sect of the Horned God, Thomas LeRoy, Uncategorized, Zach Black with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , on October 15, 2013 by sectofthehornedgod

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By Octavius

An open letter to the keyboard warriors of the LHP:

“Challenger” and “Adversary” does not mean “one-who-criticizes-everything-possible-in-hopes-of-drawing-affimation-or-accolades-from-other-on-line-Satanists.”  You’re boring.  You’re unappealing.  You’re uncouth.  Far be it from me to posit absolutes, but I will say that being adversarial or agnostic in your life does not require bitching about the perceived “satanic value” of various television programs, movies, books, or fellow internet denizens.  It does not require you to dissect every post or video on multiple LHP forums in an attempt to bolster your Satanic internet credibility.  Your opinion was likely not solicited, and your post only illustrates your need to socially display your pseudo-superior understanding of all things LHP in the most transparent and desperate way possible.  These cyber-Satanists will often retort with ham-fisted excuses, my favorite being, “Why did you post this if you didn’t want it challenged?”  What are you doing in your own life away from the computer screen to validate your assertions of superiority?  Have you nothing better to do than surf the internet looking for “fresh prey?”  Why is your Axis Mundi an unrelenting focus on  YouTube or forums?  What a sad existence.  I can make this accusation because, at one time, I was one of these idiots.

So many find it necessary to belligerently give their alternate opinion or perception of a given topic in an attempt to present themselves as credibly Satanic.  Varying degrees of hostility are not a benchmark of Satanism.  Rather, I suggest that it’s the ability to politely carry on a conversation or contribute to a healthy debate that garners respect, if respect from others is what’s needed or desired.  Belligerent criticism and posturing mean nothing.  In any discussion, one must first have an intelligent and informed platform in which to present the issue or topic.  Alas, these basic concepts of common courtesy are all too often assumed unnecessary within the cyber world of Satanism.

Then there are the schemers and trolls… Those who spend most of their free time with eyes glued to their computers and post vague ideas under the guise of philosophy.   They may also obfuscate overlong essays designed to repackage what has already been said by someone else in hopes of impressing the credulous or confusing the informed.  They wait for someone unfortunate person to reply, then proceed to elevate themselves above the questions posed by bullying or denigrating the questioner.  This is a common practice among many cyber-Satanists, some of whom are well known in many on-line communities.  They are tolerated for a time, then banned, and move on to another forum or Facebook group to start again.  These are parasites of the LHP, not Satanists.

My unsolicited advice to anyone still reading is simply this; honesty, courtesy and curiosity are still in style among those who know better.  Your attitude will always define your behavior.  Then again, this entire post is merely my opinion.  How you interpret it is up to you.  However, it’s my responsibility to present it with respect and candor, which I have genuinely tried to do here, and try to do with anything I do, say or write.  Thanks for reading.

Connections on the Left-Hand Path

Posted in Atheism, Faith, Mistress Babylon Consort, Mythology, Networking, Paganism, Philosphy, Satanism, Sect of the Horned God, Thomas LeRoy, Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , , , on August 25, 2013 by sectofthehornedgod

Satanism and Knowledge

Posted in Atheism, Culture, Mistress Babylon Consort, Mythology, Networking, Paganism, Philosphy, Religion, Satanism, Thomas LeRoy, Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , , , on August 25, 2013 by sectofthehornedgod

Mistress Babylon Consort explains how it’s wise to read more than the Satanic Bible.

Pity

Posted in Atheism, Culture, Faith, Health, Mistress Babylon Consort, Networking, Paganism, Philosphy, Religion, Sect of the Horned God, Theism, Thomas LeRoy with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , on June 29, 2013 by sectofthehornedgod

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By Mistress Babylon Consort, Sect of the Horned God

Pity

‘.. It preserves what is right for destruction;  it defends those who have been condemned and disinherited by life; and by the abundance of  the failures of all kinds which keeps it alive, it gives life itself a gloomy and questionable aspect.’ Nietzsche –The Anti-Christ

An important and all encompassing part of the Sect philosophy revolves around self-responsibility, independence, and living life to the fullest. They all go hand in hand. The destructive nature of pity, (not to be confused with empathy or sympathy) whether given or taken, opposes this.   In its entirety, Nietzsche’s essay on it has always resonated on a primal or instinctive level as it is brings to light its contrary nature against ‘wanting to live’, as well as its aversion to accepting the laws of nature when our time is done. While he quite correctly states ‘Christianity is called the religion of pity’, compatible with this, and in line with any faith based theology, it can also be viewed as a slave/master relationship. The master of pity insists on supplication, lives for it and from it. Each breath depends on its continued existence through the guilt of the slave by holding them hostage through emotional and physical submission. Christianity, among many, can indeed be paralleled to the very physiology of Pity as both demand the same irrational expectations of those it holds in its clutches.  Like any faith, it demands full submission.

Many of know someone who makes a vocation out of reaping pity: the hypochondriac, the professional victim or complainer, the perpetual ‘down and outer’, and those, of course, on their eternal ‘death-bed’.  I once knew a woman who I quit asking ‘how she was doing’.  The result was a hang dog-look mixed with anger and impatient posturing with my refusal to contribute to that which gave her life. But if I refuse to feed faith in any of its insidious guises, why would I contribute to the selfish life-line of any self-defined master willingly.

The very essence of the Sect is to foster the ‘black flame’, to encourage responsible independence. It is also to encourage critical thinking in recognizing that though the essence and mask of faith comes in many forms, its stratification always remains the same: Master and slave.

Pity is contrary in its distinction of ‘will to live’. Those who choose to live it as ‘way of life’, have already died.