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T.Volt

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Jun 8
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May 17
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    T.Volt commented on Tkwilliams's blog post
    Fate

    The definition of Wyrd quoted  from web page
    https://www.norsemyth.org/2016/11/wyrd-will-weave-us-together.html?m=1
    "The word wyrd itself co...
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    Anna
    May 15
    Well... if you're hated strongly enough, be sure people will be talking about you long after you're dead. I daresay people remember those they hate more than those they love.
    Tkwilliams Member
    May 15
    That's a good point the infamous do live on for ever as well. Serial killers are a good example of that.
    T.Volt
    May 15
    You know I've never been that interested in Buddhist teachings? Or any kind of spiritualism for that matter. Shit makes me yawn. I like being entertained when nothing is going on, or having some kind of action. Usually the former these days, but who cares. I don't like studying spiritualism. To me that stuff develops in you over time through experience and application, like, you advance your skills in things you are good at and or enjoy. Sometimes creative stuff like writing and music and whatnot. In other words, spiritual paths don't lead you through life. You can lead yourself into one, but I think they're mostly bullshit anyway. People have this shit backwards. I have no time for a spiritual path. Shit's never had a place in my life.You know I've never been that interested in Buddhist teachings? Or any kind of spiritualism for that matter. Shit makes me yawn. I like being entertained when nothing is going on, or having some kind ...See more
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    Tkwilliams Member
    May 15
    The theories I put forth are not nessaseraly a spiritual path but more or less an ancient understanding of the universe or our place in it. And really nothing said is diffrent at the core then what you said. I simply illustrated that's it's all your fault. If somone is a loser or has a shit life or is a spiteful loner its entirely there own fault. Or you can look at it that you are good at an instrument or happy with your life because your choice. How ever it pans out in your mind ;)The theories I put forth are not nessaseraly a spiritual path but more or less an ancient understanding of the universe or our place in it. And really nothing said is diffrent at the core then what yo...See more
    EpicFail TITS
    May 18
    the clash between "fate" and "free will" are timeless. Likely neither exist but people create them for their own well being.

    Most ordinary people believe that the choices they make somehow determine the outcome of their "fate." If in fact these pretend time stories disappeared from existence and people knew this to be true the entire species would probably quickly become extinct. Why? because they would blow each other up, kill themselves.. etc.

    For some reason, society needs values in order to endure.. without these values, the end of mankind may very well cease to survive. .


    likely all living things on a molecular level are wired the same and cannot control what they do or believe. The "choices" people make are neither unique or meaningful. If given infinite chances to change a bad decision the outcome would always become the same. It's just how "we" are wired.
    the clash between "fate" and "free will" are timeless. Likely neither exist but people create them for their own well being.

    Most ordinary people believe that the c...See more
    Tkwilliams Member
    May 18
    I think that was beautifully written, thank you for sharing.
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    T.Volt replied in forum topic
    Reaching For The Stars
    Call it an open challenge to you, the fine dregs and few remaining bored people of note. A challenge to present what you feel is a unique idea or appr...
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    T.Volt
    What will happen if we don't engage? Satanism has had it's day in the public eye, and anyone trying ...
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    T.Volt replied in forum topic
    The Satanic Temple - Dominate Satanic Organization
      In the last few years the TST has  generated more attention towards Satanism than the CoS has done in its lifetime. With the unveiling of ...
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    What they do is get people in front of cameras to protest a bunch of shit and draw attention. They d...
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    T.Volt replied in forum topic
    Level of Seriousness.
      Lame I have to write this out. I assume everyone posting here has some vested interest even if only personal ego boost. I get that maybe being ...
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    Ha hah! I knew it! Was only a matter of time before another one of these threads popped up! I gue...
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    T.Volt » Troll_Collector Happy birthday, and many more!
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    T.Volt commented on TheblackestBart's blog post
    The joys of free thinking
    Free thinking is the gift every satanist gives to themselves. If we take the world at face value, we lose it's real value. Their are many wheels and c...
    May 5
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    Anna
    May 5
    Who the hell is "us?" You use "we", "our", "us" ad nauseam. Even Christians start to understand that they are not and can never be a community of like-minded individuals, that people differ when it comes to their beliefs, ideals, goals and interests.Who the hell is "us?" You use "we", "our", "us" ad nauseam. Even Christians start to understand that they are not and can never be a community of like-minded in...See more
    AK
    May 5
    Here's the thing: this isn't "our" brand. Your interests, perceptions, and concerns don't concern me one single iota (nor should mine concern you, btw. I should mention that because golly, I wouldn't want to come across as being a dick - that makes us look bad, and we certainly wouldn't want to look bad) You need an "us". I don't. Aside from subjecting them to abject ridicule, I could not possibly care less about those people who use the "brand" "Satanism" any way they damn well see fit. They can use it to sell feminine wipes for all I care. That doesn't make or break me as a person. I have nothing in common at all with you who say otherwise. Here's a fun little thought experiment: if I decide right now to go out and assert that real Satanism totally involves the injuring of small children, what could you possibly do to stop me from saying that, and why would anyone believe you over my much more thematically consistent and media friendly propaganda? And I say this because it raises an interesting possibility: that the word satanic, like every other word in the english language, has a very specific meaning enumerated plainly in the dictionary; one that it seems the only people who are at all confused about the meaning of are "Satanists". The word already has a definition. People are not wrong to assume that this definition is correct. What sort of lunatic argues with the dictionary as to what words mean? No. That's a nutty proposition. Neurotic. The usage of this particular word isn't to initiate some sort of language or trademark dispute, but instead to point at something *else* indirectly within the collective psyche knowing full-well what it means and what it evokes. There's a level or two of indirection at play here. It's a pointer. It points to an address. You're treating it like a value: which is the exact fallacy those "others" are falling into.Here's the thing: this isn't "our" brand. Your interests, perceptions, and concerns don't concern me one single iota (nor should mine concern you, btw. I should mention that because golly, I...See more
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    T.Volt
    May 5
    ^To the point: I am not generally a Satanist, and am usually one to myself instead of others, when I actually engage it. I generally don't bring a lot of harm or chaos to other people, but not as a value or fear of breaking rules. It's my personality: I am what I am, and that may never really change. I tend to not have a lot of the same fears other people do, which I find absolutely ridiculous, and I don't try to be someone/something else. In ways, it makes for a lonely life.
    Anyway, the last thing I need to be a part of is some movement of donkeys who think they are wolves. Hilarious. I'm no wolf either, but I'm also not about to call something a thing that it isn't. I'm actually just another donkey that likes to remind other donkeys what they really are :)
    Dem lolz.
    I'm certainly no free thinker. I have to think about all kinds of shit every day that follows along the guidelines and rules that have been invented and laid out by other people. Every fuckin' day. It generally doesn't crimp on my good times. But really, where, when and how are you a "free thinker?" What do you determine as "free?" and why? WHAT is freedom? If your answer is going from one mental circus to another, and making it your goal to get as many people as possible to join your silly act, then you're nothing of the sort.
    ^To the point: I am not generally a Satanist, and am usually one to myself instead of others, when I actually engage it. I generally don't bring a lot of harm or chaos to other people, but not as a va...See more
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    TheblackestBart
    May 6
    Fair enough. this group does not resemble each other enough to use that term. Which IE means you can't really sell this ideology because it isn't one. I'm already used to being my own motivation anyway why make things more complex
    AK
    May 6
    Free thinking does sound an awful lot like a vacuous sales-pitch off-rip. Everyone self-identifies as a "free-thinker" just as they do "good person", "unique", "above the herd", "educated consumer" with "discriminating tastes" and any number of feel-good yet totally unqualified badges of distinction. There's no real there there when you peel back a layer or two. Now, show me a person who grapples with, and takes seriously, the grim notion that they may not have ever had a single wholly original thought in their entire lives, and I'll show you someone who has some really interesting things to say.Free thinking does sound an awful lot like a vacuous sales-pitch off-rip. Everyone self-identifies as a "free-thinker" just as they do "good person", "unique", "abov...See more
    Owner/Admin Owner
    May 9
    There is the point made... 2hovare we
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    T.Volt 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...
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    Orgasmic Karmatic. Mod
    Apr 30
    As a rule, a Satanist should have no rules nor have any made for them. Freethinker? How many have you met that are actually free thinkers? Modern day trolls is more of the ilk that I run into. My life, my game, my rules.. lol Fucking Satanism.
    Dark Enlightenment
    Apr 30
    Free-thinker was a colloquial buzzword applied to many of the ideas rekindled in The 60's. You can still see them today in parking lots outside jam band concerts. Off in a hand-locked circle surrounding the energy vortex. The vibes are far out and groovy.

    Free-thinker does not equate to original thoughts because it was a term used to break away from "the ways of the old people". Then various "old white interests" offed all the iconic figures of the decade, and by 1973 everything godless and communist to replace American virtues was firmly eliminated.

    Free-thinker now refers to your typical west coast hatchback. Boring music taste, a coexist or tolerance sticker, democratic campaign stickers, a track record of all the national parks they have been to, and always at least one environmental awareness sticker.

    And for every hybrid hatchback there is a corresponding 11 miles to the gallon internal combustion truck with NRA, MAGA, and a Jesus Fish

    Neither are free thinkers but both are purposely fed the illusion they are. The Bill of Rights + two party system ensures variance over a equally proportioned divide. So prone toward balance the islands and bookends of blue are evenly balanced by the sea of red.

    In this regard the free thinker is one who is not swayed by diametrically opposed identity politics. If you remember your political quadrant test, it is the purple section that crosses typically devisive lines. Because there isn't an apathetic, "I don't give a fuck" option; political discourse and debate does not allow for third way variance, only hybridization of pro and con.

    That is the beauty of the constitution and why countries (lines drawn arbitrarily) that adopt democracy survive longer than totalitarian ones. The yes/no logic gate mindset is too natural to not exploit.
    Free-thinker was a colloquial buzzword applied to many of the ideas rekindled in The 60's. You can still see them today in parking lots outside jam band concerts. Off in a hand-locked circle surroundi...See more
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    Tkwilliams Member
    May 1
    I agree with all of that. To add a little. People tend to believe that if you support the NRA or have a big truck then you have to be a Christian Republican, and the same on the flip side. That is not true, everyone is stuck in this all or none cycle. Now i understand stereotypes come from a place of truth but if your truly logical then you should be able tell a good and valid idea from a shit one. That looks something like driving the hatch back with a 2nd amendment sticker while being a libertarian who supports stong boarders, legal weedand American families. Or somethingI agree with all of that. To add a little. People tend to believe that if you support the NRA or have a big truck then you have to be a Christian Republican, and the same on the flip side. That is not...See more
    T.Volt
    May 2
    No one gets to think freely, not ever. Fun ain't it?
    Tkwilliams Member
    May 3
    Baphamets i just saw your link up there. Lol good stuff
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    T.Volt commented on Brother Shamus's blog post
    A Matter of Time (2019 Edition).
    This is a refined version of a previous blog. This one deals with the unconscious part and uses a pop culture reference. Unlike its predecessor the pa...
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    AK
    Apr 25
    To your credit, nominalism (which is the word for what you're driving at) is totally consistent with Satanism as a purely materialistic world-view.
    The problem lies in that Occultists - the more lucid ones, anyway - are generally conceptualists or even Platonic realists to begin with.
    This points-at one very big reason why Satanism and Occultism - even rational occultism - are fundamentally incompatible.
    To your credit, nominalism (which is the word for what you're driving at) is totally consistent with Satanism as a purely materialistic world-view.
    The problem lies in that Occultists - the mo...See more
    Brother Shamus
    Apr 26
    I just think in the next 500 years it will be learned how much more the mind can do and that will reverse the "from the top on down" way of looking at the world. By extension it will kill "god" as anything more than a tradition. By 2519 it may be commonplace for "health class" to have a section on the ethics of telekinesis and effecting the object universe. And this really was the best I could portray my actual idea with this apologetic prone topicI just think in the next 500 years it will be learned how much more the mind can do and that will reverse the "from the top on down" way of looking at the world. By extension it will kill &q...See more
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    AK
    Apr 26
    Given trends in social media, entertainment, and the legalization pot, in 500 years the human mind will have devolved to finally be simple enough to understand.
    T.Volt
    Apr 26
    Pokemon Go and liberal universities have already done that.
    AK
    Apr 27
    'Likely that human intelligence will decline while artificial intelligence will become more sophisticated, allowing the two to converge much sooner than if it were otherwise.
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    The Standard Greeting Applies
    Hello all,  I come from semi-interesting roots. I'm, first and foremost, a multi-ethnic individual who grew-up predominantly surrounded by the b...
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    Lucky me, they weren't that strict and just let me stay home. I'ts 50/50 up here, people are either ...
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