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Rational Theistic Luciferianism: Philosophical Foundations

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Rational Theistic Luciferianism is a spiritual practise and an occult path of self knowledge and self actualisation. Rational Theistic Luciferianism finds value and power in the human capacity to experience the divine and provides a rational approach to understanding the nature of that experience. We find value in the deities and put them to work within the mind as a living source of inspiration and psychological power, a connection to the vitality of life all around us.  Backing this is a rational approach to understanding their role in human consciousness and life. This approach is compatible with an atheist philosophical approach to life, such as found in much of modern Satanism, because it recognises that our whole experience of life happens within the mind.  The essence of the rational approach to theism is that we are rational creatures and we recognise that theism applied in certain ways is a more powerful psychological approach to life. For the other articles on Rational Theist

Rational Theistic Luciferianism: Magick, Morality and Addressing the Spiritual

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 This is an article in a series on Rational Theistic Luciferianism, for the other articles see: The Occult Mind, Neural Nets and the Call of the Gods Practical Thelema R ational Theistic Luciferianism: Philosophical Foundations A Practise and the Cults, Black Magick, Lucifer and Moloch Luciferianism, Demonolatory and the Black Flame   A Satanic Manifesto: My Personal Satanism A culture and morality from "do as thou wilt". Rational Theistic Luciferianism upholds the precepts of Thelema, of which this is one: Do as thou wilt shall be the whole of the law.  This is the injunction to find your true will. All of moral law, natural law, boils down to finding and exercising your true will. So what does this tell us about the right culture and morality to strive for individually and in our corporate endeavours?  As the precept addresses the law (*) it is a moral question, how should we live and act in order that "do as you wilt" might be "the whole of the law"? It

Politics and Voting Systems

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  Politics Politics is a religion with really shitty gods, but at least you know those gods probably exist.  There's nothing about politics that is an honest for truth and I'm inclined to say the same about Christianity. They both make virtues of confirmation bias and believing what you're supposed to believe instead of actually wanting the truth. Any faith in those mythological caricatures of humans painted by the world media circus, the flotsam and jetsam of our political systems, would be utterly misplaced. I'm outraged, livid and incandescent, that the way we do politics in the UK (and a lot of the world but our first past the post system creates a two party system which creates a system where the main goal is to attack the enemy rather than any integrity or commitment to truth) ensures that there is zero way of telling on any topic we hear about how much of it is true, how much is manufactured outrage, what should specifically have happened, what even has happened,

Rational Theistic Luciferianism: The Occult Mind, Neural Nets and the Call of the Gods

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This is an article in a series on Rational Theistic Luciferianism, for the other articles see: Magic Morality and Addressing the Spiritual Practical Thelema R ational Theistic Luciferianism: Philosophical Foundations A Practise and the Cults, Black Magick, Lucifer and Moloch Luciferianism, Demonolatory and the Black Flame   A Satanic Manifesto: My Personal Satanism The Old Gods Who were the gods of Stonehenge? Lost to history, the unknown gods, the nameless elder and eldritch gods who demanded human sacrifice.  The earliest construction on the site of Stonehenge are from the Mesolithic part of the stone age, between 8500 and 7000 BC. 10000 years ago. A handful of pits with huge pine tree trunks in them. This is not long after the last ice age, the Younger Dryas which ended around 11700 years ago. The end of that ice age rendered Britain habitable again (barely) and modern arrived and the island has been inhabited continuously since then.  Much later, around 3500 BC a cursus (earthwork