Introductions

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Frater Setesh
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Re: Introductions

Postby Frater Setesh » Sat Dec 09, 2017 5:45 pm

Heith wrote:
Frater Setesh wrote:
Heith wrote:Welcome!
Thank you! Its great to be here. And I wanna say thank you Soror Heith for telling me about the forum I really appreciate it.
You are welcome, happy to have you here. I guessed you may have been the person I briefly exchanged with. Looking forward to reading your posts here! Hopefully our forum proves useful to you on your search and path. Regarding your interest in madam Blavatsky at least you've come to a good place; we've many members of SoA active on this forum who know a lot on theosophy.
Yeah that's great Soror. I can't wait to learn more about Theosophy from the members here. I've hear of Blavatsky's Magnum Opus The Secret Doctrine from friends in the occult scene but I just haven't got around to reading it but I will soon.
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Re: Introductions

Postby Frater Setesh » Sat Dec 09, 2017 5:52 pm

Nefastos wrote:
Heith wrote:Regarding your interest in madam Blavatsky at least you've come to a good place

Forum search wrote:The following words in your search query were ignored because they are too common words: blavatsky


I hope you find that as good news, Frater Setesh...
Yeah that is good news Frater Nefastos. And may I say its great to finally talk to you. Its not everyday that one gets to talk to a person that one admires and whose work has had a deep impact on their life as your work has had in mine. Thank you! Keep doing great work!
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Re: Introductions

Postby Nefastos » Sat Dec 09, 2017 9:36 pm

Frater Setesh wrote:Thank you! Keep doing great work!

You are too kind, friend; warm thanks.

Like I recently said in our inner members' forum, I may be a bit more absent in the following weeks, because of the other work. But in case you have some specific questions in mind, I will be happy to discuss them, particularly in this forum area.
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Frater Setesh
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Re: Introductions

Postby Frater Setesh » Sat Dec 09, 2017 10:50 pm

Nefastos wrote:
Frater Setesh wrote:Thank you! Keep doing great work!

You are too kind, friend; warm thanks.

Like I recently said in our inner members' forum, I may be a bit more absent in the following weeks, because of the other work. But in case you have some specific questions in mind, I will be happy to discuss them, particularly in this forum area.
Oh ok thanks for letting me know about this I appreciate it. I'll keep this in mind.
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Re: Introductions

Postby Ormr » Mon Dec 11, 2017 6:58 am

Frater Setesh wrote:Greetings,

My name is Setesh I'm 30 from the United States from California to be exact. I would describe myself as a Luciferian/Gnostic Satanist mixed with Thelema as well as Gnosticism. This past year and a half I've been really digging in and studying the works of Frater Johannes Nefastos. His book The Catechism of Lucifer changed my life. I have also studied the works of Aleister Crowley, Israel Regardie, as well as others. I really want to get into reading more of the works of Helena Blavatsky I've heard great things about her I want to checkout her work. In my spare time besides reading I enjoying exercising and listening to music. Sun sign: LIbra

Welcome, Setesh! It is exciting to see another American in our fold. I'm a few time zones ahead of you in Delaware.

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Re: Introductions

Postby Frater Setesh » Mon Dec 11, 2017 7:05 am

Ormr wrote:
Frater Setesh wrote:Greetings,

My name is Setesh I'm 30 from the United States from California to be exact. I would describe myself as a Luciferian/Gnostic Satanist mixed with Thelema as well as Gnosticism. This past year and a half I've been really digging in and studying the works of Frater Johannes Nefastos. His book The Catechism of Lucifer changed my life. I have also studied the works of Aleister Crowley, Israel Regardie, as well as others. I really want to get into reading more of the works of Helena Blavatsky I've heard great things about her I want to checkout her work. In my spare time besides reading I enjoying exercising and listening to music. Sun sign: LIbra

Welcome, Detest! It is exciting to see another American in our fold. I'm a few time zones ahead of you in Delaware.

Its nice to meet you Frater Ormr I'm happy to be here. I can't wait to learn more about the Star of Azazel Brotherhood and what it has to offer. I'm enjoying what I've heard and read so far about it.
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RPSTOVAL
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Re: Introductions

Postby RPSTOVAL » Tue Dec 26, 2017 12:29 pm

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I am a Thelemite, agnostic mystic, composer/musician, fan of literature, theater and so on. I've been here a little bit but I feel maybe an introduction is relevant.
This place seems cool and there is a lot I can learn here.

I've explored all the main branches of the hermetic tradition, my profile would tell you I like Dee a lot, also alchemists such as Paracelsus.

Three branches of exploration that I am currently immersed in is Rosicrucianism, Theosophy (despite fraud allegations) and Chaos Magick.
Back in Thelema-land, I have also been reading Kenneth Grant's books and other Typhonian-related stuff.

Thanks for having me! :D


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Re: Introductions

Postby obnoxion » Tue Dec 26, 2017 12:39 pm

Welcome! It has been a real pleasure to have such a well-spoke representative of Thelema on our forum.
One day of Brahma has 14 Indras; his life has 54 000 Indras. One day of Vishnu is the lifetime of Brahma. The lifetime of Vishnu is one day of Shiva.
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Re: Introductions

Postby RPSTOVAL » Tue Dec 26, 2017 1:23 pm

obnoxion wrote:Welcome! It has been a real pleasure to have such a well-spoke representative of Thelema on our forum.
I'm not a representative :lol: but I'll take the sentiment ;)

I may be considered a Anton Wilson fan in other circles, which would make up a representation of my humor, unassuaged of healthy skepticism :P


Cheers!


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Re: Introductions

Postby obnoxion » Tue Dec 26, 2017 2:50 pm

RPSTOVAL wrote: I may be considered a Anton Wilson fan in other circles, which would make up a representation of my humor, unassuaged of healthy skepticism :P
I still am a huge fan of the first book of the Cosmic Trigger trilogy.
One day of Brahma has 14 Indras; his life has 54 000 Indras. One day of Vishnu is the lifetime of Brahma. The lifetime of Vishnu is one day of Shiva.

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