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Superego: Fuck you.


My philosophy has a villain: the Superego. Well, Christians too, since they contribute to the life-force of the Superego with their revolting indoctrination of children. Whatever feeds the Superego is its minion and is tarred by the same brush.  


When you feel shame – rare as that might be for such as we – probe as best you can for a memory of when you first came to believe in the wrongness of whatever you did that feels shameful to you. If you can’t remember, or if you can and the memory is from childhood, then your shame derives from the Superego, and as far as I’m concerned, it has no legitimacy. You must decide if, as an adult, you still choose to carry such a belief in your psyche. If you don’t, then purge yourself of its poison. Cathartic ritual can help with that.


I don’t advocate moral nihilism. I advocate a conscience that is conscious. The Superego operates at the subconscious level, where the intellect has no voice, and your conscious will has no power. I advocate raising morality up out of the subconscious, up into the light of day, where your intellect can place it under a microscope, and your conscious will can grab the reins.


“Blessed are they who are laws unto themselves, for they shall be called Lords of Order.”


My own consciously constructed conscience has five precepts:


1. Be a blessing unto those who help you and a curse unto those who would hinder or harm you.

2. Do not fake friendship.

3. Do not feed your friends to the wolves.

4. Do not break your word unless the matter is too trivial to fret over or too dire for scruples to reign.

5. Do not be a fucking psychopath.


None of these contradict my childhood indoctrination, and that’s perfectly fine as far as I’m concerned. Not everything children are taught is despicable. Some of it can stand up to scrutiny. The whole point is to claim the right to perform that scrutiny, then perform it, and reject what you have no further use for, while retaining what still seems good to you. I rejected a ton of bullshit.


By the way, if you want to save yourself a lot of wasted time, don’t read academic moral philosophers. They’ll spin you around in circles until nausea causes you to heave. All you need to do is formulate a moral proposition and then ask yourself, “Keep it or trash it?” Make trashing it your default position. Only keep it if it strikes you as a thing of beauty, or as a bulwark against ugliness - conscious morality is a form of aesthetics - and if it's untainted by stupidity. You don’t need to read a thousand pages of verbal diarrhea to justify your choice. Be a law unto yourself. I dub thee a Lord of Order.   


Demon of Shame: HAIL! Grant me the power of self-awareness.


This saying is a good one: Think for yourself. ISCHYROS DIAVOLOS!

Always remember to love yourself more than anyone in the world. You are what makes you you, regardless of anyone else's influence or judgment. You are not special, but you are special to you, and that's all that really matters to make life (the great indulgence) the fullest it can be, no matter where you are! Also remember that the words "good" and "evil" have long been portrayed by the church and media so that certain symbols and words will enter your head when you hear these words. Morality is purely objective. When you think of the word evil, you usually think of people who are seeking to ruin another individual's life. This is a very false portrayal. Most things like cursing or violence or simply getting angry are seen as taboo around the world. What the church and many others who convey these false portrayals are doing are just limiting your potential to rise above by being the more powerful human. Everybody curses (at least at some point), everyone gets angry, but the main point is to not be afraid to fight. If someone does you wrong or seeks to destroy you, you have every human right to defend yourself, with whatever means necessary (but don't overdo it because in the end you will destroy yourself!). Fire with fire, my friends. :)
DieRolle Dec 20 '16 · Comments: 6 · Tags: advice, evil, morality, power, satanic bible, satanism, good

I'm nihilist and a question people often ask me is "How can you have no morals?" The reason is simple: I can't have anything which doesn't really exist. Once this is realized, the assertions of moralists would be insulting if they weren't so absurd.

A moralist will ask me: "What keeps you from impaling babies on spikes?"

My answer: "Nothing. If that's what I really wanted to do with my life, then that's what I'd be doing."

The next thing the person says is a cue as to whether or not continuing to talk to the person will be a waste of my time:

A moralist will miss the point entirely and accuse me of wanting to impale babies on spikes. (And will be quickly dismissed.)

A non-moralist will ask: "Well, what do you want to do with your life?" Which is exactly the point.

I don't want to impale babies on spikes. In fact, very often the idea suggested by a moralist never occurred to me until the moralist asked me.

No, I don't have morals: I don't have time to go around doing the 'evil' moralists imagine.

"Satan has been the best friend the Church has ever had, as He has kept it in business all these years!" --Anton LaVey, The Nine Satanic Statements

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