Demons worship

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Demons worship

Postby Necrosophiacos » Mon Sep 23, 2013 9:29 pm

The Lucifer-Christos says = "If anyone would come after me, he must deny himself and take up his cross daily and follow me."
The meaning behind this is, Lucifer is the creator of our Spirits and Pneuma, through Him every Spirit including elemental demons, spirits sublunar and celestial...etc, were created and to Him everything shall return which further shall be re-united with the Fullness of God (Deus Asconditus) in the end of times, as teh drops of rain water which fall into the ocean of the primordial Chaos.
To deny oneself is to accept what does not come from human imagination, the maya of this illussion called reality or what comes from the psysical brain as Archetypes ephemeral forms. And accept the supernatural which have existed and shall exist outside human consciousness, seeing the insignificant creatures we are before this lofty elevated beings. When we deny ourselves we put the spiritual above the material and the here and now. the treasures of the materialistic man.
The last Frase complements this, showing spiritual life is not denial or creating some subjective universe or reality to deny or avoid our responsabilities and karma.
The Cross represents this life itself, our soul and spirits trapped in this prison of matter, which we must embrace and master.
This reveals the great principle that the Master Satan Lucifer is representing both polarities (Kama Manas and Atma Manas) the magnetism of the matterial and the magnetism of the spiritual. We have incarnated in this flesh, is to be tested, to deny matter and to hate, deny the creation of the Demiurge, so we can worship spirit alone.
This Cross is heavy and painful, but is light and pleasurable for those who have the help of Master Satan and His Demons. This is the Raison d'être of our Satan and Demons worship, because without them we shall be forever trapped in this world of white darkness.
On Ancient and modern times, we have seem the use of Blood, Body fluids, substances from plants and animals, specially in the form of burn offerings to the Spirits, specially the Elemental Demons, who were held as Gods and Goddesses in the nature earth religions.
But regardless this, thanks to our Gnosis and revelations from Master Satan and His Demons, we have learned that the most lofty offering is elevaring our own internal pranic energies and transmutating this into pure Bhakti which is used to empower rituals and spells.
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Re: Demons worship

Postby Nefastos » Tue Sep 24, 2013 12:15 pm

Necrosophiacos wrote:On Ancient and modern times, we have seem the use of Blood, Body fluids, substances from plants and animals, specially in the form of burn offerings to the Spirits, specially the Elemental Demons, who were held as Gods and Goddesses in the nature earth religions.


You are right; tempora mutantur et mutamur in illis.

As it comes to Gods & elemental demons, I think the latter are quite often angels (= literally: messengers), apt presentatives for the former. Lesser divinities form the "bodies" for the greater deities, and the greater can even be contacted via them... but only if our devotion is truly spiritual & not selfish, egotistic, false, or cruel. Such emotions break the spiritual link instantly, & the devotion is henceforth stopped at psychological, even patological levels of our being. Then demons (energetical, uplifting beings) become just devils (astral entities fed by our personal traumas).

Necrosophiacos wrote:But regardless this, thanks to our Gnosis and revelations from Master Satan and His Demons, we have learned that the most lofty offering is elevaring our own internal pranic energies and transmutating this into pure Bhakti which is used to empower rituals and spells.


Exactly. I see this as part of that elsewhere mentioned trivialization of the crude physical body. It is no longer "us", the center of our physical attention. Rather, the bodily attention is focused on energetical, thus more holistic side of our organism.

Necrosophiacos wrote:This Cross is heavy and painful, but is light and pleasurable for those who have the help of Master Satan and His Demons. This is the Raison d'être of our Satan and Demons worship, because without them we shall be forever trapped in this world of white darkness.


Yeah, if by white darkness you also mean the "white noise" of chaotic tumult of our astral & physical world. The world's atmosphere and even outer bodily senses are filled with such an overload of continuous stimuli that we are unable to focus properly without real Egoic help.

In times now gone, it was possible to follow the path of obedience & everyday, outward ritual duties. Be it orthodox RHP or unorthodox LHP. Nowadays there's too much inspiration flowing into us from every possible side: it will drive nine out of ten (or more) promising students mad, if the Ego isn't allowed to wake up & take the reins. That true Ego, Master Satan, will then asume control of the positive passions, the goetic Demons within & without. In this way demon worship under the guidance of the Master can once again become an empowering & uplifting form of spirituality. With a search for absolute yet subtle truth: separatism & theological fanaticism cast aside once & for all.

Ave Satana.
Faust: "Lo contempla. / Ei muove in tortuosa spire / e s'avvicina lento alla nostra volta. / Oh! se non erro, / orme di foco imprime al suol!"
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Re: Demons worship

Postby Seeker666 » Wed Dec 25, 2013 1:05 am

what books or sources would you suggest to someone interested in Demonolatry?
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Re: Demons worship

Postby Nefastos » Wed Dec 25, 2013 3:04 pm

Seeker666 wrote:what books or sources would you suggest to someone interested in Demonolatry?


First of all I'd recommend calm mind, ready to open & discard a thousand ugly oysters before even one tiny pearl is to be found. There's a great amount of utter rubbish written about the subject by the modern day writers, even more absurd than the books of the Church demonologists, & that's saying a lot.

Perhaps Joseph Peterson's version of the Lemegeton Clavicula Salomonis would be the best starting point for the serious study. But even such books necessarily mix a great amount of allegory & partly symbolistic folklore with practical knowledge.
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