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Agape. Gnosis. Thelema. Jul 4, 2020 at 11:01 PM

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    1. February-Saturday
      Agape. Gnosis. Thelema.
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    2. Revoltingest
      Thanx for the possible positive change in policing frubing.
      And for flurbing my rule #6 objections.
      And for the hopes up for policing reform furbil.
      And for floorbling the guy who sent himself a bigoted letter.
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    3. ChristineM
      Thank you for the (i) frube on The Law of Cause and Effect: True / False / Maybe
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    4. ChristineM
      Thanks for the friendly heart frube on Hello RF folks
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      Thanks for the funny frube on The light bulbs are listening
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    6. Revoltingest
      Thanx for the breakfast buffet froobal.
      Btw, thanking is optional. Some of us are just obsessive.
      And for the cold frubal.
      And for flurbing dreaming about open moderation.
      And for the advice to Amanaki frubil.
      And for furballing the prefix problem in restricted forums.
      And for the clear non-existent being froobing.
      And for furlbing Ice Horse the socialist!
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    7. ChristineM
      Thanks for the frube on your hello post.

      P.S. A frube, frubal or similar spelling is an ancient name for the post awards.
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    I consider myself a traditional Satanist. What is "Traditional Satanism?" It means something a bit different to different people. Here's what it means to me.

    I see myself as taking part of a direct lineage that dates back to at least the Cainites and has survived parallel to demonology and sorcery. The "tradition" here is the grimoiric and Western ceremonial tradition, informed by folk practices. I recommend the following works for a historical perspective on Satanism:

    "Satanism, Magic and Mysticism in Fin-de-siecle France" by Robert Ziegler

    "Salomonic Magical Arts" translated by Fredrik Eytzinger

    "Lucifer: The Devil in the Middle Ages" by Jeffrey Burton Russell

    The esoteric character of this lineage is best summarized, I think, in "The Deplorable Word" by Erica Frevel and Constantine Charagma.

    I also pull from some of the more recent Satanic currents that have formed to flesh out the underlying character of Satanism in the modern world. I'm particularly influenced by Pathei-Mathos, Chaos-Gnosticism, and Neo-Hermeticism. I'm particularly invested in the Qayinite current, and the anticosmic Quimbanda espoused by The Temple de Quimbanda Maioral Beelzebuth e Exu Pantera Negra.

    I also attempt to understand various figures that have at one point or another been viewed as syncretic with the devil, such as Supay and Dis Pater, from the perspective of Satanism. Generally, I consider my practice to be a form of shamanic mysticism, since that's the lens that's been taken to understand demons throughout Western occultism as early as Hygromanteia. Technically, I consider myself a nontheist and a naturalistic occultist, although I've had a lot of weird experiences that make me wonder if there's something more transcendental going on.


    Here's to my sweet Satan, the one whose little path would make me sad.
    Thank you, Satan.