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  • PaleFolklore
    PaleFolklore commented on their blog post
    Theistic Satanism
    What is your all's take on Theistic Satanism? Compared to the Atheistic world view of Laveyan Satanism. Even Lavey himself said that if one wishes to ...
    Sep 1 '18
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    Hartnell
    Jun 12 '16
    If you have never experienced this oasis devoid of self, it can be difficult to live. Have you found your myth? Child, look within and fulfill yourself.

    The complexity of the present time seems to demand a maturing of our lives if we are going to survive. Yes, it is possible to destroy the things that can confront us, but not without choice on our side. We can no longer afford to live with discontinuity.
    If you have never experienced this oasis devoid of self, it can be difficult to live. Have you found your myth? Child, look within and fulfill yourself.

    The complexity of the present ti...See more
    PaleFolklore
    Aug 30 '18
    Blow it out your ass you pretentious fuck.
    AK
    Aug 31 '18
    ^*smirks* I like you already.

    My view is that theistic satanism is an oxymoron. This is a view made that much more dim by virtue of that vocal "theistic Satanists" have shown themselves to be just plain fruit-loops. There are exceptions, but those exceptions are usually quiet; presumably because their faith is their faith and they don't just whore that out to anyone willing to listen. The vocal ones, though - the JoS types - are just "broken", basically. And across the board too. A real dense and stupid lot.

    Here's the deal: Theism posits both faith and spirituality. Satanism, on the other hand, posits both doubt and corporeality. And *that's* the whole "crux" of the matter (not just because LaVey said so, but because that's just what satan points-to in every scripture: man's fleshly impulses and doubts by virtue of being bound by form, measure, and limit). The two - theism and satanism - could not be more possibly be more opposite! They don't fit unless you're on some other Israel Regardie Middle-pillar type trip, which is neither here nor there.

    Anyway, if by "theistic satanism" you mean "occultism" or "devil worship" (I'm a huge fan of occultism, myself - for other reasons), there's just nothing satanic about occultism, and there's certainly nothing satanic about worship, either.

    Moreover, the belief that some higher supernatural entity intervenes on behalf of those loyal to it is the very blue-print notion satanism seeks to burn in the rubbish heap. There's nothing satanic about holding a nigger's pocket; no matter how big, dark, preternatural and scary a nigger he is.
    ^*smirks* I like you already.

    My view is that theistic satanism is an oxymoron. This is a view made that much more dim by virtue of that vocal "theistic Satanists" have shown...See more
    PaleFolklore
    Sep 1 '18
    By theistic Satanism I mean it being a Tulpa. An entity that our mind creates that operates completely independently of us even though it is just that, a figment of our imagination. Anyone who's a theistic Satanist and is trying to make Satan out to be a "big scary nigger" is an idiot. Just as anyone who would make out their ideology or faith as an intimidation factor. If someone chooses to use that Anthropomorphic idea of Satan to worship, what does it matter? As long as they aren't doing harm to you or anyone you know let them continue to be the oxymorons they are. Occultism itself is just looking for hidden knowledge, albeit through spirits and Gods/Goddesses. However what it is most of the time is just reading. There are rituals in Occultism and there are rituals in Satanism. Hence the Satanic Rituals. It's branches off the same tree.By theistic Satanism I mean it being a Tulpa. An entity that our mind creates that operates completely independently of us even though it is just that, a figment of our imagination. Anyone who's a the...See more
    AK
    Sep 1 '18
    Oh. I see what you're saying. That's probably one of the more sane definitions of "theistic Satanism" I've run into to-date. I don't even know if I'd call it that, due to what theism, by definition, is. Plus, you end up from the off-set lumped-in with all the goof-balls and retards who totally do believe Satan is, like, "Enki" or whatever unless you enjoy repeatedly explaining what you mean by it (then again, Satanism inherently implies some level of repeated clarification as-is)

    I would advise at minimum reconsidering just how appropriate a word "theistic" really is for what it is that you're describing, and broadly just scrapping it altogether.

    And yes, there is a Satanic Rituals - I just don't see a ton of difference between the rituals therein and, say, the EGC of the OTO. It's meaningful paegentry. Personally, I'm an omnivour in that sense, which is probably why I lump it all in the "occultism" drawer that, like any other drawer full of odd wires and adapters, the average person is going to ask "do actually need any of this stuff?" the answer to which is always "obviously". I think the entire book (SR) was a nod to just how much of the C/S "borrowed" from the OTO. It's fun and interesting stuff - I mean, really, the fact that humanity does things like "act" and "coordinate behavior to elicit an emotional response by way of scripts and meaning" is not something I'm so willing to just shrug-off. There is something to theater, and to the extent that it's not "just" theater, any more so than what you're speaking to is "just" psychology. This "just" word is diminutive, pretentious, and frankly insulting. It betrays a certain lack of experience with the nuances that go into these sorts of things.

    Anyway, 'glad to see there's some principled sanity swimming abouts. *hat tips and such
    Oh. I see what you're saying. That's probably one of the more sane definitions of "theistic Satanism" I've run into to-date. I don't even know if I'd call it that, due to what theism, by def...See more
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    PaleFolklore commented on Bloodthirstyringmaster's blog post
    Satanists wearing a pentacle
    Could a Satanist wear a pentacle instead of a Pentagram? I wear a pentacle, but I am not Wiccan. I am a Laveyan Satanist. The two symbols seem to be s...
    Jun 4 '16
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    PaleFolklore
    Jun 4 '16
    It doesn't matter what you do or wear. It's all about the individual. I wear a pentacle. Just because you don't wear a pentagram and broadcast that you're a Satanist 24/7 doesn't make you a good or a bad Satanist. Do what you want.
    PaleFolklore
    Jun 4 '16
    And yes a Satanist could be a witch. They also couldn't be. It depends on what the user wants and what the user practices.
    ShadowLover Member
    Jun 10 '16
    I like horror movies and Hello Kitty!
    Asmedious
    Jun 11 '16
    I'm a big fan of Gilmore Girls. Best show ever. Do I have to turn in my Pentagram now? ;)
    Hartnell
    Jun 11 '16
    Kudos to Satan's Helper
    Bloodthirstyringmaster
    Jul 2 '16
    Yes, being a satanist is about finding your true self...
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  • PaleFolklore
    PaleFolklore commented on Bloodthirstyringmaster's blog post
    Anton Lavey's death
    It was said that Anton Lavey was trying to repent to God on his death bed. I think that it is hogwash. He was too passionate about satanism to repent....
    Jun 4 '16
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    Zach Black Owner
    Jun 3 '16
    I do. I am friends with his oldest daughter Karla LaVey. She was there when he died. She said LaVey died with honor, respect and his ' faith ' was intact. That rumor came from some stupid ass lying evangelist.
    Bloodthirstyringmaster
    Jun 3 '16
    Thank you Zach
    PaleFolklore
    Jun 4 '16
    Exactly what Zack said. It was some bull shit made up by some evangelist who wanted publicity and all that. The individual said they saw him on his death bed when they "heard him repent" all close friends and family members have said that it isn't true and that it's a lie. That man did too much work in his life just to throw it all away at the last second.Exactly what Zack said. It was some bull shit made up by some evangelist who wanted publicity and all that. The individual said they saw him on his death bed when they "heard him repent" all...See more
    Bloodthirstyringmaster
    Jun 5 '16
    That's what I was thinking
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