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    BloodRainbow commented on TheblackestBart's blog post
    Satanism is not a safe space
    I can't ignore what I see as an encroachment of pleb politics within Satanism. I see it more and more, the social justice warriors are setting up shop...
    Apr 13
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    TheblackestBart
    Apr 15
    >nebulous and emergent attractor
    TheblackestBart
    Apr 15
    Its actually very hard to argue with that.
    AK
    Apr 15
    Indeed. Of course, I don't disagree with your underlying premise. I find TST straight-up goofy, histrionic, and a total non-sequitur, but in and of themselves rather than in regards to what Satanism is or should be. To take the angle of "Satanism represents X, Y, and Z and they're out here representing the opposite of that" leads to an inevitable stalemate. Eventually the question is going to come up: "on who's authority does it necessarily represent X, Y, and Z in the first place?" and the objective and impartial answer to that is "well, it's in a book some guy named Howard wrote / plagiarized back in the 60s titled the Satanic Bible that resonates with me". This is fair enough, but it has roughly the same merit as asserting that Satanism is whatever some group founded by some guy named Doug a few years back named The Satanic Temple says it is.

    A better approach, I think, is to take the tenets presented as-is and at face value and ask "if I had to apply a label to them, is 'Satanism' - of all the isms out there - the most apt one there is for these things?" Sure, with LaVey, there are a few better descriptors out there for what he's driving-at, but he manages to get a pass (some would argue barely). If we look at TST's tenets - just the tenets themselves:

    -One should strive to act with compassion and empathy towards all creatures in accordance with reason.
    -The struggle for justice is an ongoing and necessary pursuit that should prevail over laws and institutions.
    -One’s body is inviolable, subject to one’s own will alone.
    -The freedoms of others should be respected, including the freedom to offend.
    -To willfully and unjustly encroach upon the freedoms of another is to forgo one's own.
    -Beliefs should conform to our best scientific understanding of the world. We should take care never to distort scientific facts to fit our beliefs.
    -People are fallible. If we make a mistake, we should do our best to rectify it and remediate any harm that may have been caused.
    -Every tenet is a guiding principle designed to inspire nobility in action and thought.
    -The spirit of compassion, wisdom, and justice should always prevail over the written or spoken word.

    If this were a game of word-association "Satan" would come to the forefront of the mind of exactly no one ever. One is very hard-pressed to come up with a sound reason - aside from histrionics - to, of all the possible labels out there, choose "Satanism" to encapsulate that gelatinous blob of anal lube and sparkles they call a creed. It makes sense on exactly one level - and just barely! This would stand even if there were no other competing interpretations of the word "Satanism" out there at all.

    Moreover, one rightly questions how much they are actually "helping" the causes they claim to be behind by their endorsement. In the eyes of the unwashed masses, having Satanists back gay marriage or abortion just affirms what they've been saying all along: of course satan endorses it - in the minds of the over-whelming majority of the media-watching population that's never a "good thing". How exactly is this helping do anything but draw attention to TST?

    Their motives are fairly transparent: "Notice me senpai" - which is as obnoxious and ire inspiring to Satanists, as it is to Christian, Jew, Muslim, and Atheists.
    Indeed. Of course, I don't disagree with your underlying premise. I find TST straight-up goofy, histrionic, and a total non-sequitur, but in and of themselves rather than in regards to what Satanism i...See more
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    Tom Satanic
    Apr 16
    @theblackestbart OK then, you are at the mercy of SJWs. I award you Zero points, and may god have mercy on your soul.
    TheblackestBart
    Apr 16
    @Tom satanic, you make a point. The pleb does not deserve to be ravaged by the likes of me. Indeed I have always found the experience lacking. caught me slippin on number 4
    Tom Satanic
    Apr 17
    I peed on the Satabic bible, for my birthday, because I don't even care about that bald headed nerd anymore. And I like KORN. And the game DOOM.
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    BloodRainbow posted a forum topic
    Time
    She was beautiful. I never knew her name. She was the mom of the boy across the street I used to live on as a child with whom I played with often. ...
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    BloodRainbow replied in forum topic
    Shemale Satanists?
    Can a Satanist be a tranny? Is transsexualism satanic? Are there any trannies here? It seems HAXYPAHE was accused of being a tranny?
    BloodRainbow
    BloodRainbow
    I wonder if Satanism in general has become populated now with emasculated men, fags, and trannies......
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    BloodRainbow replied in forum topic
    Make Satanism Sinister Again?
    Just watched Zach Black's featured video. Liked the message. The Church of Satan wouldn't approve of tampering with Satanism, by making it more "sinis...
    BloodRainbow
    BloodRainbow
    A book would need to be published. This will reach a lot of people. We can call it the New World Tra...
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  • BloodRainbow
    BloodRainbow replied in forum topic
    Meeting Satanists in Real Life...?
    While SIN serves as an efficient, vibrant facebook-alternative for Satanists of all denominations, it's no secret that the activity here is rather min...
    BloodRainbow
    BloodRainbow
    I met a real Satanist once in real life. I didn't know he was at the time. His name was Henry. I had...
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  • BloodRainbow
    BloodRainbow commented on kittykittygoboom's status
    I've dated many people, but only one where we shared religious beliefs. Unfortunately it didn't work out because he lives on the other side of the damn world with no foreseeable way to ever meet again. And I was horny.
    Feb 11
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    AK
    Feb 11
    Horniness always finds a way
    TsunadeSama
    Feb 11
    It's so difficult to find a person with similar beliefs. Specially someone who actually knows his/her stuff
    AK
    Feb 11
    They're out there, I'm sure. It's over-rated, really. The occult and esoteric is a magnet for the certifiably unhinged. Of the already rare few who share similar beliefs, you then have to do a lot more sifting to find one that is playing with a full deck of cards. The odds of that happening are slim to none.They're out there, I'm sure. It's over-rated, really. The occult and esoteric is a magnet for the certifiably unhinged. Of the already rare few who share similar beliefs, you then have to do a lot mor...See more
    BloodRainbow
    Feb 11
    He had read TsunadeSama's reply. A reply subtly aching with need. A reply that excited him. Bloodrainbow could tell he was titillated by her reply, because his manhood was swelling and quivering. Thus did he say to TsunadeSama in a flirtatious manner, "I know my stuff baby." And he winked at her. Hoping that she would pick up on his sexual innuendo.He had read TsunadeSama's reply. A reply subtly aching with need. A reply that excited him. Bloodrainbow could tell he was titillated by her reply, because his manhood was swelling and quivering. Thus...See more
    TsunadeSama
    Feb 12
    Haha bloodrainbow
    HAXYPAHE
    Feb 13
    My wife is more interested in her phone than studying with me. When we first got together she was I guess agnostic. Then I introduced her to Wicca & Paganism. She jumped right into those books.
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  • BloodRainbow
    BloodRainbow commented on Zach Black's blog post
    Satanic International Network - Nine Years Old Today
    Nine years ago on this day 02-09-10. I launched SIN solo and was the very first user. I think the only user for a couple days. I no clue what i was do...
    Feb 10
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    AK
    Feb 10
    That's why policy is important. Without policy, systems descend into chaos as a matter of when rather than if.
    Anna
    Feb 10
    True. At that time though everyone thought happy anarchy was a thing.
    AK
    Feb 10
    And so it is___ it's just not a very sustainable thing.
    AK
    Feb 10
    The whole perpetual iconoclastic modality, aptly symbolized by the ouroboros, though profound on paper, lends itself to realms of impracticality summarized by the paradox of the alkahest: that is "what could one possibly use to containerize a universal solvent in the first place?".The whole perpetual iconoclastic modality, aptly symbolized by the ouroboros, though profound on paper, lends itself to realms of impracticality summarized by the paradox of the alkahest: that is &quo...See more
    BloodRainbow
    Feb 10
    He was happy for the site. And happy for Zach. Having been around during the first iteration of the site. Having even seen the birth of the site. Long ago. Nearly a decade ago. 'How time flies,' he thought to himself. And with time, comes the tests and trials of time. For time devours, dilapidates, defuses, and decomposes, all things. Time has banished the naysayers of the site and weakened the competitors. Even paganspace did not stand against the ebb and flow of time. Against the tide of time. Having dilapidated, a site of circa 50,000 once-users, now a barely used place, where even its admin, Sin Jones, had even vacated the place choosing over it, The 600 Club instead. Thus did he, Bloodrainbow, agree that it is a game of adaptation, a game of the "Last Man Standing," a game of evolution. And so, thus did he, Bloodrainbow, offer up his congratulations to the site and to Zach. And thus was he satisfied with his second post. And thus did he bid the locals farewell. And Bloodrainbow left the thread.He was happy for the site. And happy for Zach. Having been around during the first iteration of the site. Having even seen the birth of the site. Long ago. Nearly a decade ago. 'How time flies,' he th...See more
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    Mar 25
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    BloodRainbow replied in forum topic
    Just stopping to introduce myself
    Sup fellow Satanists. Just wanted to stop the intro forum and say hi, let others around the Salem and Portland Oregon area I'm looking to network a bi...
    BloodRainbow
    BloodRainbow
    He was accepted into the site. A site he had known about for quite some time. Read it often. Even kn...
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