The Book of Sitra Achra

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  1. JamestheJust

    JamestheJust Registered User

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    >the people who work with it seek to dissolve or destroy the created universe and return everything to its original state as chaos

    So these magicians believe in free will for themselves but not for others
     
  2. Elexir

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    They are satanists, the magical work is just a part of their religious belife.
    They are not intressted in others in general so they dont even care.
     
  3. hanzosbm

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    I personally find it interesting that, in seemingly polar opposite views, by adjusting one's take on things, you can come to the same conclusions.

    The idea that chaos (as the 218 term it) is actually a blending of all existence, both material and spiritual, that split at creation, and that they are trying to force to return, could easily be viewed as wanting to return to a reunification of the material and spiritual. What is man, if not a unification of the material and spiritual? What they seek to devolve to through destruction is what many feel the Great Architect aspired to in creation, albeit on a much smaller, yet infinitely repeated scale. As above, so below.
     
  4. JamestheJust

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    >chaos (as the 218 term it) is actually a blending of all existence, .. could easily be viewed as wanting to return to a reunification of the material and spiritual.

    The tzimtzum of the outbreath of spirit/light into the darkness of separate matter and the inbreath drawing the matter back to unity is for a purpose. Attempting to return before the purpose is achieved may be seen as the purest evil.
     
  5. Elexir

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    What?
    218:s version of chaos has no material in it. Its just a void. Matter is to them filthy as it was created by a lesser deity and don't exist in chaos.
     
  6. hanzosbm

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    I disagree. The thoughtlessness that opposes the thoughtfulness is matter. And chaos includes both, otherwise a separation could not occur. Think of it more like static on your TV screen. It is chaos, but it still includes both black and white pixels. Another analogy would be mud; a mixture of dirt and water. There might not be anything cohesive in the matrix, but it still exists.
     
  7. Elexir

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    The separation occurd (according to 218) when the Demiurge (YHVH or the grand architect) created matter. Prior to that only chaos existed. Temple of the black light (one of the orders wich works with 218 and was even the inner order of the Misanthropic Luciferian Order wich was the order that essentaly created 218) describes chaos on the fallowing page: https://web.archive.org/web/2008122...acklight.net/library/chaosophy/chaosophy.html
     
  8. JamestheJust

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    The link describes chaos as having "infinite amounts of time and space dimensions" while the cosmos "only has three spatial dimensions and one linear time dimension"

    This material is remarkably poor. Even a casual reading of "20 and back" literature would provide a variety of apparently experiential accounts of time travel and interdimensional travel.

    "One of the alleged hallmarks of the 20 and back program is that it involves highly advanced technology (time travel and age regression) whereby the recruit, at the end of his/her service, is actually brought back in time to the point at which he/she signed up – plus they are age regressed to be brought back to their age at that time."
    https://thefreedomarticles.com/20-and-back-secret-space-program/


    And parallel universes arise as a natural requirement of quantum physics. "So obvious is Everett’s proof for the existence of these parallel universes, that Steve Hawking once told me that he considered the existence of these parallel universes “trivially true.”" https://www.edge.org/response-detail/27034

    Still, humans believe whatever makes them comfortable
     
  9. Elexir

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    Its a bit simplified for sure. They dont claim to scientificly correct in any aspect so I dont think they are botherd by it anyway.
     
  10. Pointwithinacircle3

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    What can I say that Gustave Le Bon hasn’t already said?

    “The masses have never thirsted after truth. They turn aside from evidence that is not to their taste, preferring to deify error, if error seduce them. Whoever can supply them with illusions is easily their master; whoever attempts to destroy their illusions is always their victim.”

    Gustave Le Bon 1896
     
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  11. JamestheJust

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    I think the key issue is whether humanity has a purpose.

    Obvious options are that humanity is:

    - accidental e.g. unexpected result of biological process/experiment
    - decorative e.g. exists only to supply praise to a Creator that feels insecure
    - a slave race designed to work for the gods e.g. Old Testament
    - functional in a planetary context e.g. balancing ecosystems
    - functional in a cosmic context e.g. containing a full value Tree of Life

    These are not mutually exclusive options.

    The more functional is the Earth human then the more valuable it is as a species and the more likely attempts to capture the race. And the lowest effort form of capture is when the captives do not know they are captive.
     

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