Convictions, morals, other societies and religions.
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ONA's strong emphasis on Physis made me start running (while weighing 93 kg's at the time, being a bloated bodybuilder), and it was a very good decision (though nowadays I've regressed into a fatso because of medication and illness). I'm also very fond of their archaic practice of going into the wilderness for a good while without any support from urban society, but that is where my sympathies with them end nowadays. I would be very wary of using any ritual material from them just for experiences sake, since the egregore of any occult order can take hold in the (sub-)consciousness with drastic consequences.Cephalius wrote: ↑Fri May 10, 2019 6:43 pmThe order is (of course mostly rightly) criticized. But it is not bad to learn about the philosophy and to pick out and develop positive aspects. "Every blind chicken also finds a grain", as we say in Germany. Every philosophy has something true and one should then respect that truth and respect its origin.
The torch is known to every living man by its pale, bright flame; it always burns where princes sit within.
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