17 thoughts on “TIDBIT: OUR LUCIFERIAN CULTURE”

  1. The point Brandon Smith made that struck me as particularly apt was that sociopathic narcissists may crave followers and worshipers, but since sociopathic narcissists only love themselves they can not love their followers or worshipers, or anyone else.

  2. does seem more or less that lucis trust et al have a goal of undermining and/or infiltrating and co-opting all organizations. has anyone here ever seen a symbol of any religion (or science or philosophy for that matter) that luciferians / satanists / cabalists have not claimed as their own? it’s a kinda we were here first state of mind.

    in terms of religiosity it seems the least mature perspective possible. my deity is omnipotent. no mine is. oh yeh, well yours is really mine and i had that deity first. and on. it also feels a tad hypocritical. why exactly do i need to put forth any effort let alone maximum effort about someone who is omnipotent? or omnipotentest?

    curiouser and curiouser how much this meme of coming out in public demonic worship is becoming more and more published. i remember foster gamble and all publishing thrive the movie. rambled on about a whole bunch wrong with the world and free energy and libertarianism and in the end devolved into a screed advocating ponerology?

    at least in childhood’s end, everyone on earth got to see a beautiful life before the whole planet got closed out.

  3. I don’t like Crony Occultism any more than I like Crony Capitalism, and if a ‘vision’ of what a culture should do and look like requires the formation of a persecuting society and/or mass violence to achieve, I wouldn’t like that either.

  4. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l8wkQQ9qxsg
    (From StarGate SG1: “Meridian”)

    Daniel Jackson: “What did you mean when you said my fate was in my hands?”
    Oma Desala: “You can never reach enlightenment if you do not believe you are worthy.”

    OD: “The success or failure of your deeds does not add up to the sum of your life. Your spirit cannot be weighed. Judge yourself by the intentions of your actions, and by the strength with which you faced the challenges that have stood in your way.

    The Universe is vast, and we are so small. There is really only one thing we can ever truly control: Whether we are good or evil.”

  5. AI considered my comment evil?
    I prefer to think, that I unwittingly strike an occasional out-of-sync chord w/the watchful AIs, who consequently reward me w/their under-handed awaiting moderations.

    1. RB, I suspect the c0ck in “c0ckroaches” is what got you moderated. H0mo is another gotcha, like in h0mogenized. A few others, I suspect. Sigh…

  6. In another universe of perception, the aforementioned cockroaches are extremely insulted by being compared, even by innuendo, to those evil ones.
    The Vatican, when reviewing the first Star Wars Disney movie said that the villains were not evil enough. They should know. Ironic, in that, they felt somewhat not represented for once.
    Evil is intrinsically recognized for what it is; or, more accurately – what it is not.
    I must confess, I sped read most of the article. It is in the eye of the beholder; but, at our core. As far as their core. Well, again, it is what it is; or, more accurately –
    what it is not.

  7. truer words were never written- it’s all true- when will enough people pull their heads out of the sand, open their eyes and smell not the coffee but the napalm-

    be well all-

    Larry in Germany

  8. I can’t say I had ever heard of Mr Smith, but he does manage to say some interesting things such a short piece on a topic that thinkers have been wrestling with for centuries.

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