Devil’s Enochian

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Lets get to the basics of Enochian Magic. Throw away the Golden Dawn and Crowley, and read what Ave says. Ave in my opinion is a masked demon calling himself an angel. Is that not the game a demon would play on man to get his plan accomplished?

Tyson, Donld-Enochian Magic For Beginners, pdf

Quoting from page 162 :

Ave states that the watchtowers were placed at the extremities of the world by God, “against the usurping blasphemy, misuse, and stealth of the wicked and great enemy, the Devil.” They act as a limiting influence on the chaotic works of the Devil upon the earth, and are necessary in order to preserve living creatures “within the compass and measure of order.” They do not entirely exclude the influence of Satan, or prevent him from affecting the world, but check and bridle his malice to a degree that allows the orderly fulfillment of the “determinations of God.” When Satan seeks to exceed that limit, the angels of the Watchtowers exert their power, and the Devil “feelith he the bit.”

Quoting from page 45 :

The Enochian communications teach us that not only must humanity itself initiate the cosmic drama of the apocalypse through the magical formula delivered to John Dee and Edward Kelly more than four centuries ago, but humans must also be the physical actors that bring about the plagues, wars, and famines described with such chilling eloquence in the vision of St. John. We must let the demons of Coronzon into our minds by means of a specific ritual working. They will not find a welcome place there all at once, but will worm their way into our subconscious and make their homes there over a period of years or even decades. In the minds of the individuals that resist this invasion, they will find it difficult to find a foothold, but in the more pliable minds of those who welcome their influence, they will establish themselves readily.

We see this same theme come back around in about 1919. Rudolf Steiner gives a lecture about the Incarnation of Ahriman. In the same lecture Steiner does review the Luciferic Powers coming from China but doesn’t reveal its Lao Tzu, whom is considered the Luciferic Teacher aka the Incarnation of Lucifer. The Christ impulse is the balancing act. The Incarnation of Ahriman, per Steiner will accomplished and nobody will know. To quote Steiner’s work as to the relevance of the topic.

Steiner, Rudolf-The Incarnation of Ahriman

Quoted from page 15 from the pdf:

These very people who swear by the Gospel alone and reject every kind of real spiritual knowledge, form the beginning of a flock for Ahriman when he appears in human shape in modern civilization. From these circles, from these members of confessions and sects
who repulse the concrete knowledge brought by spiritual endeavor, whole hosts will develop as adherents of Ahriman. Now this is all beginning to come into existence. It is there, it is at work in present humanity and one who speaks to men today with the
knowledge of spiritual science speaks into it, no matter whether he is speaking on social or other questions. He knows where the hostile powers lie, that they live supersensibly and that men are their poor misguided victims. This is the call to humanity: “Free
yourselves from all these things that form such a great temptation to contribute to Ahriman’s triumph!”

This should give the final pieces of the puzzle to the Church of Ahriman’s theology. It would be easier to read the Bible of Corruption. One man’s God is another man’s Devil!

Ahriman is the Devil is Satan


As The Church of Ahriman has been teaching, Ahriman is the Devil who is Satan. I will use Jewish and Christian teachings to prove my established and known understanding in the educated theological world. Duality in religion is apparent throughout its evolution and history. Most Christians will not argue that Judaism is a major influence over its development. Keeping that in mind I provide evidence that Zoroastrianism, especially the concept of evil, had heavy influence on Judaism.

Jewish Encyclopedia

AHRIMAN (Angro-mainyush; identical with Satan, the Devil, Armilus):

Table of Contents
Ahuramazda and Ahriman.
“Satan” in the Bible.
Rise of Dualism.
Antichrist the Incarnation of Satan.
—In Rabbinical Literature:
Defeat of the Archfiend.
His Death Fulfils Prophecy.
His Guises and Names.
In the Mazdian religion, the evil deity, who has his real opposite in Spenta Mainyu, “the beneficent [holy] spirit.” The latter was identified at a later period, if not originally, with Ahuramazda. Ahriman would seem to have existed as long as Ahuramazda; for, according to the conceptions of the Mazdian religion, immeasurable space has always existed, with its two hemispheres of light and darkness; each with its particular spirit: the one, that of light or life, and the other that of darkness or death—the spirits, in short, of good and of evil. Ahuramazda, however, is the real originator of this present world, for Ahriman created only the harmful and unclean animals, diseases, evil spirits (dævas), sin and death; and he seeks continually to destroy the whole good creation.

Ahuramazda and Ahriman.
Ahriman’s might, too, is very terrible in the eyes of the faithful believer of the Mazdian faith; for he possesses a whole kingdom of evil beings, who are obedient tools in his hands for annihilating the creations of Ahuramazda and for bringing men to violent destruction. Among these evil spirits there are six that are in intimate contact with his person, just as there are six Ameshaspentas that surround Ahuramazda. The number six may be an invention of a later period for the sake of arriving at a counterpart to Ahuramazda’s body-guard. But it is certain that Ahriman, too, according to the testimony of the Mazdian religion in its earliest epoch, is surrounded by an army of evil beings like-minded with himself. The whole history of the world is one long-continued struggle between Ahuramazda and Ahriman. The course and outcome of the struggle are, however, settled beforehand. The conflict is to proceed for 12,000 years, divided into four periods of 3,000 years each.

At the close of the last period, the Saoshyat or Sosiosh, the Messiah of the Parsees, will arise and make an end of Ahriman’s dominion, not, however, until he has been allowed to exercise his sway to an extent before unknown. Sosiosh will at the same time raise all the dead to life, hold final judgment upon the earth, and inaugurate the regeneration of the present world.

This tenet of the Persian religion has not been without its influence upon the ideas of later Judaism. As late a writer even as the Deutero-Isaiah (Isa. xlv. 7) expresses himself in such a way as to exclude beyond question any dualism in religion, if we are not to interpret his words as being a direct attack on the Parsee doctrine, a god of light and a god of darkness.

“Satan” in the Bible.
But after the Exile the Jewish mind becomes unable to refer to God, as formerly, everything that has happened and continues to happen in the world. As early as the prologue to the Book of Job, and in Zech. iii., Satan is spoken of in terms that show that he is no longer merely a servant of YHWH, but is, rather, a persecutor of man, actuated by personal motives in making mankind evil and in checking God’s work. In I Chron. xxi. 1, where the word “Satan” appears without the article, we have a new step in the development of his character, in that the figure of Satan is employed to explain a matter hitherto ascribed without further thought to God (compare II Sam. xxiv. 1). Satan acts (according to I Chron. xxi. 1) entirely on his own account in enticing David to commit sin. According to the Book of Daniel—composed about the year 168 B.C.—the whole of the history of the non-Jewish world, from the point when the Babylonian power first comes into contact with Israel down to Antiochus Epiphanes, constitutes merely an outburst of the ill-will and enmity of the kingdoms upon the earth against God and His chosen people.

AḤOT ḳEṬANNAHundefined
Rise of Dualism.
Dualism is even more clearly marked in the Book of Daniel than it is in the Parsee religion, for the divine and the secular kingdoms are unable to exist side by side. The use that is made in I Chron. xxi. 1 of the figure of Satan as an explanation of a certain historical event is continued in such passages as Book of Wisdom, ii. 24, where, in allusion to Gen. iii., it is stated that “by the envy of the devil death entered into the world.” In agreement therewith the serpent in the Garden of Eden too becomes identified with Satan or the devil, or is said to have been his tool (compare the Jewish portions of Rev. xii. 9, xx. 2). Thus Satan (the devil) is here employed as an explanation of the origin of evil in mankind. In conjunction with this, and as a development from I Chron. xxi. 1, we have the version given in the Book of Jubilees of the story in Genesis; for there Satan (or Masṭema, as he is there named) has repeatedly—whenever it is necessary to remove any feature thatmight give offense to Jewish conceptions of that later time—to assume a part that in Genesis was assigned to God Himself. At the same time he is given an ever-increasing army of evil spirits to serve him: the ancient popular belief in harmful—not exactly evil—spirits becomes transformed into a belief in a dominion of evil under the sway of its head, the devil.

Consequently Satan (or the devil) obtained for Jewish ideas almost the same significance as Ahriman for Persian. Indeed, in certain respects he developed greater power than his Persian counterpart, inasmuch as he succeeded in corrupting the immediate followers of God, whereas Ahriman, in his contest with Ahuramazda, did not achieve such success. The Jews tried to preserve the monism that was their original view by explaining the rise of dualism as due to a fall among the originally good spirits. The author of the Book of Enoch (chaps. vi. et seq.) attributed the question of the origin of evil to the conception of a fall of the angels who seduced the daughters of men (compare Gen. vi.), becoming thus the authors of all earthly sins, and especially of the demons, who, according to the same author, are descended from the giants which the daughters of men bore to the fallen angels. In accordance with another doctrine, the devil was said to have been actively present in the Serpent in the Garden of Eden (see above); while still another maintains that the principles of good and evil were opposed to each other from the very beginning.

The Ahriman Dragon.(From Fergusson, “History of Architecture.”)
Antichrist the Incarnation of Satan.
Just as the dominion of the evil spirits was, in the Parsee theory, to come to an end with the advent of Sosiosh, so is the Messiah, according to the Jewish faith, to destroy the devil and his kingdom. Just as, again, Ahriman, in the Persian belief, was to do mankind terrible injury shortly before his end, so too, in the Jewish view, great tribulaṭions were to precede the Messiah’s coming. The Jews would seem to have expected an evil Messiah, an Anti-christ; consequently, the teaching of the New Testament in this direction does not imply anything new. This Antichrist is, moreover, to be, on the hypotheses of several writers, nothing else than an incarnation of the devil himself. In consequence of the hatred of the Jews toward Rome, even after it had accepted Christianity, this Antichrist was also called Armilus, a Jewish rendering of Romulus; thus, in Pseudo-Methodius, “Romulus qui est Armilus” (compare W. Bousset, “Antichrist,” pp. 33, 67).

E. Stave, Einfluss d. Parsismus auf das Judentum, 1898;
W. Bousset, Der Antichrist, 1895;
Sieffert, Antichrist, in A. Hauck’s Realencyklopädic für Protest-antische Theologie u. Kirche;
J. Darmesteter, Ormuzd et Ahriman, Paris, 1877;
Jackson, Dualism, in Geiger and Kuhne, Grundriss der Iranischen Philologie, ii. 626-631.
—In Rabbinical Literature:
Ahriman (Angro-mainyush) is mentioned in Sanhedrin, 39a: Amemar, on being told by one of the Magi, “The upper half of thy body belongs to Ormuzd [], the good principle; the lower to Ahriman [], the evil principle,” replies satirically, “Why, then, does Ahriman permit Ormuzd to carry the water (the excreta) through his province?” The whole conception of Ahriman as the antagonist of the divine principle of goodness permeated Judaism in many ways. Just as Ahriman appears in the guise of a serpent and casts poison into man with the aid of Jeh, the personification of menstrual impurity (“Bundâhis,” iii.; in West, “Sacred Books of the East,” vi. 6; Windischmann, “Zoroastrische Studien,” p. 61), so does Samael, the fallen angel-prince, select the Serpent as the seducer of Adam (PirḲe R. El. xiii.), and the poison of impurity in Eve is his work—zohamo shel naḥash—(Shab. 146a; Yeb. 103b; ‘Ab. Zarah, 22b). “In the future the Holy One—blessed be His name—shall bring the Evil Spirit and slay him in the presence of the righteous and the wicked ones: the righteous will shed tears of joy at their victory over the gigantic foe, and the wicked will weep at their inability to defeat so small a power as he will then appear to them” (Suk. 52a).

Defeat of the Archfiend.
This end of the archfiend goes back to an older form than is presented in “Bundâhis,” xxx. 30-33, according to which Ahuramazda at the last day with his seven archangels goes to war with Ahriman and the seven archfiends; each archangel crushing the archfiend opposed to him, until finally only Ahriman and the Serpent remain. Against these Ahuramazda rises as high priest with the magic girdle in his hand, and, assisted by Sraosha, brings final defeat upon them; so that the Serpent is burned in the molten metal of the nether world, into which Ahriman, too, casts himself to be consumed along with the whole infernal region, which is then purified and added to the regenerated world of Ahuramazda. The older view of the defeat of Ahriman may be learned from the sculptural presentations of Darius and Xerxes, in which there is the image of Ahuramazda stabbing a monstrous animal called, as a rule, the Ahrimanian beast, but which is, in point of fact, Ahriman himself. This is a repetition of the old Babylonian myth of Bel Marduk and the Tiamat (see illustrations from thePersepolis hall of one hundred columns, in Mme. Ragozin’s “Media,” p. 402, and in Justi’s “Persien,” p. 108, following Ker Porter’s “Travels in Georgian Persia”; compare Nöldeke, “Gesch. d. Artachsir i Papakan,” pp. 29, 55 et seq.: the story of Bel and the Dragon is repeated in the legend of the Persian king). This Evil Spirit was believed to be alluded to also in Joel, ii. 20: “I will remove far off from you [the Concealed One—in the human heart; not, as the A. V. has it, “the northern army”], and drive him into a land barren and desolate, with his face toward the cast sea, and his hinder part toward the utmost sea, and his stink shall come up, and his ill savor shall come up, because he hath done great [insolent] things” (Suk. 52a; see Merx, “Die Prophetie des Joel,” p. 213, who finds a Judæo-Mohammedan tradition identifying the “Northern One” with the Mohammedan Antichrist, Al-Dajjal—the Liar). But there is direct proof that the big monster slain and cast off as offensive is none other than Ahriman.

His Death Fulfils Prophecy.
According to Targ. Yer. Deut. xxxiv. 3, Moses was before his end shown the history of Israel’s tribulations, ending with the punishment of Armalgus the Wicked (), the war of Gog and Magog, and the appearance of Michael as his triumphant combatant. Compare with this the battle of Gabriel with the Leviathan at the end of days (B.B. 74b), and the Antichrist stories in Jellinek, “B. H.” v. 127; “Assumptio Mosis,” 10. Thus the Messianic prophecy (in the Targum to Isa. xi. 4), “With the breath of his lips [mouth] will he slay the wicked,” refers to Armalgus—as the manuscripts have it, or as our printed edition has it, Armilus, which is the same as Armalyus = Armainyus. Bacher (“Targum zu den Propheten,” in “Z. D. M. G.” 1873, p. 31, note) has shown that all the manuscripts to Isa. xi. 4 have the נ, either or or . He has also called especial attention to the tyrant Armalinus, the mythical builder of Memphis in Arabian folk-lore, who, according to Professor Fleischer, is Armalgus, whom Bacher also identifies wlth Angro-mainyush. Jellinek, “B. H.” vi. xxx., found, in the Leipsic manuscript containing “Milḥamot ha-Mashiaḥ,” the name written . Saadia (“Amunât,” ed. Landauer, p. 239) calls him Armalyos.

Owing to the identification of Rome’s angel with Samael, chief of the evil spirits, Armilus in the course of time was identified with Romulus (see Bousset’s “Antichrist,” pp. 66, 67). The name given to Armainyush in other Jewish eschatologies was Belial (Beliar, II Cor. vi. 14; Sibylline Books, ii. 6, 15, iii. 63; Testaments of the Twelve Patriarchs, Dan. v.), the same as “spirit of hell” (see Ps. xviii. 5 and Bäthgen’s Comm.), hence the “son of perdition” (II Thess. ii. 3) and the “man of sin,” that is, rasha’, “the Wicked” (Isa. xi. 4). Thus the Serpent is spoken of as Harasha’, “the Wicked One,” in Gen. R. xx., Bek. 8a (compare Targ. Yer. Gen. iii. 13); and Rome as the wicked kingdom, Malkut ha-resha’ah (Gen. R. lxxvi.).

His Guises and Names.
In the Hebrew apocalyptic literature (Midr. Wayosha’; Book of Zerubbabel; Otot ha-Mashiaḥ; The Secrets of Simon b. Yoḥai; and the Elijah Apocalypse in Jellinek, “B. H.” i. 56, ii. 56, 60, iii. 65-80) Ahriman appears in many forms that gave rise to all kinds of conjectural interpretations: , explained by Jellinek (“B. H.” iii. xviii.) as Heremolaos; according to Grätz, in Levy, “Wörterbuch zu den Targumim,” s.v., a supposed translation of , Bala’am =”Destroyer of the people”; explained by Zunz, “G. V.” p. 295 (who declares the passage in Targ. Yer. to Isa. xi. 4 to be a late interpolation), as a combination of Romulus and Remus; and by Hitzig (in his “Commentary on Daniel,” p. 125) as referring to Caligula, whom Suetonius (chap. xxv.) represents as appearing armillatus. Then there are also the forms and , which convey no sense at all; and finally he is introduced as “Armilus whom the nations of the world will call Antichristus,” a name which appears again in distorted forms as and (see Elijah Apocalypse in Jellinek, “B. H.” iii. 65). He is described as a monstrous figure of immense size, with one small and one large eye; with leprosy on his forehead; with one ear open and one closed; the left arm small, and the right very long; and of his origin the strange story is given that he is the son of Satan, and that a stone is his mother. There is in Rome a marble block “not made by human hands,” in the shape of a beautiful maiden; and under the guiles of Satan the youths of Rome are filled with lust at sight of it; the stone gives birth to the monstrous giant who becomes king and Messiah of the Romans. It is he who leads the whole army of heathendom in battle against the Messiah, the son of Ephraim, and conquers him. His reign lasts, however, only forty or forty-five days, and he is at last defeated by the Messiah from the house of David, with the aid of Michael the archangel and Elijah.

That this legend—evidently connected with that of Virgil, and with the stone of Rhea, brought to Rome in 204 B.C., and the impure cult of Sabazius, whose symbol was the serpent (see Preller, “Griechische Mythologie, “i. 531, 576, 578)—has nothing to do with Romulus is clear. Nor can the Armilus-Antichrist legend be the product of the Arabic-gaonic age, as Zunz (“G. V.” 2d ed., p. 295) thought, for Bousset in his work on Antichrist has clearly shown that it is of pre-Christian origin. Already Saadia (in “Emunot we-De’ot,” viii. 122 et seq.) speaks of it as an ancient tradition. The Mandæans also speak of an Antichrist, Nebu Mesiha, as one full of lasciviousness and stricken with leprosy (“Right Genza,” section ii., p. 59; Brandt, “Mandäische Schriften,” pp. 95, 97 et seq.), who, with the aid of Ruha, his mother, casts the spirit of lust and fornication into the world. He is called the deceiver or Roman (Nöldeke prefers the latter translation; see Brandt, “Mandäische Religion,” p. 228, and “Mandäische Schriften,” p. 95, note 2). He is identical with the Mohammedan Al-Dajjal (The Deceiver or Liar), whose reign lasts forty days (see Bousset, p. 74, and compare Antichrist).

Zunz, G. V. p. 295;
Hamburger, R. B. T. s.v. Armilus;
Gunkel, Schöpfung und Chaos, pp. 221-293;
Bousset, Der Antichrist, 1895;
Kohler, in Z. D. M. G. 1869, p. 693;
Brüll, in Kobak’s Jeschurun, viii. 11;
Kaufmann, in Monatsschrift, 1896, pp. 134 et seq.;
Güdemann, Geschichte d. Erziehungswesens, etc., 1884, pp. 220, 332.

As stated above, here is the establishment and part of the Devil’s evolution through Judaism. This influence using the Roman mythos takes us to the Christians and their view of Satan as the Devil. Through this evolution you will see that their persecution at the hands of Rome fuel the religion and its development. This should also show that Lucifer has nothing to do with the Devil because the explanation of it being the fall of Babylon not a fallen prideful angel.

Evidence of Christianity

Are Satan and the Devil two different persons? Also, how do you explain Catholic miracles such as stigmata, statues crying holy oil and so forth?

I was recently told that the original Hebrew word for Satan, is in fact a
different word completely, when compared to the word “devil” which is used
in the New Testament. The claim is that Satan, and the devil are actually
two different entities. What do we actually know about Satan and the Devil
from the Bible? It seems that there is lack of information concerning
Satan, especially in the Old Testament. Recently I have spoken to a number
of Catholic friends. They believe that miracles are still occuring today
just as they were when Jesus was on earth. I do not really dispute this,
but certain “miracles” of theirs are suspicious to me. For example, they
were actually telling me very detailed stories concerning things such as
stigmata, or holy statues/paintings that would cry a form of “holy oil”
which could heal people. This is not the first time I have heard of these
things. However now I am hearing it first hand from people I know and
trust. They have witnessed these things, and they proven true to them.
What disconcerns me though, is if these things are all true and real, are
they from God? How can we tell what is Holy and from God, and not just a
trick by the devil?
It is difficult to nail down absolutely a doctrine of Satan, as the Bible
is occasionally somewhat enigmatic in its description, but there are a few
things we can be confident of. First of all, the statement that there are
two different names for Satan is not true. Naturally, the word in the
Hebrew Old Testament and the Greek New Testament are not exactly the same,
as they are different languages. However, the words are almost
identical. Let us look at the relevant words. First of all there is the
Hebrew word which is translated as Satan, for example in Job 1:6,
Zechariah 3:1 and so forth. In this case the word is literally satan,
which means adversary or accuser. In the New Testament the word Satan is
found in many passages; for example Matthew 4:10, Mark 3:23, Acts 5:3 and
others. In this case, the Greek word is satanas, which means hostile
opponent. Obviously, these are one and the same name.
There is a second common name used for Satan in the New Testament, which
is not found in the Old Testament. This is the word Devil. This word is
found in Matthew 4:1, Luke 8:12, Acts 10:38 and many more. The Greek word
is diabolos, which means malicious slanderer. It seems to me that the
meaning of devil and Satan are almost identical. Perhaps we could
describe Satan as the accuser’s personal name, and devil as a description
of what he is. Proof that these words refer to the same person is found
in Matthew 4:1-11. In this passage there is no doubt that Satan and devil
are used of the same person–the one who tempted Jesus in the wilderness.
There is one reference in Isaiah chapter 14:12 to a “shining morning star”
which has fallen from the heavens. Some have said that this is a
reference to Lucifer; anther name for Satan. This is almost certainly not
correct. The passage is an apocalyptic reference to the destruction of
Babylon–the enemy of Israel. There is not evidence at all in the Bible
that Lucifer is a name for Satan or any other spiritual evil force.
There are a lot of things we can conclude about Satan. He is a deceiver
(Genesis chapter three). He is an accuser (Revelation 12:10). He
masquerades an an angel of light (2 Corinthians 11:15). He prowls the
earth, looking for souls to devour, wanting to cause them to go to hell (1
Peter 5:8). To be honest, you do not really need my help on this. All
you need to do is find a concordance and do a word study on the word devil
and Satan. One thing you can be assured of is that anyone who claims this
is two different people is not correct. We know from Matthew four (and
other passages as well) that this is one and the same person: the
deceiver, the prince of this world (John 12:31).
John Oakes

Dealing with actual theological study and history one comes to the conclusion that Ahriman is the predecessor to the Jewish Satan, who is the Christian Devil/Satan. No one has to believe any of this material, and people are welcome to any belief as they choose. I just see it necessary to approach every side of the coin, all 3 sides, before I make a judgement or begin a belief in any theology. Occult is interlaced with theology, so I see it best to look at all aspects before moving forward. Second hand information is that, second hand. Do your study, do your own experiments, and finally find your own path.

Church of Ahriman Do Not Lie

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I didn’t give Towel Head this paperwork because I was unsure of his intention. The accusation is that the heads of the Church of Ahriman has/is/was abusing young James from 2700 miles away. These “orders” do include the “family.” In the video Haverhill bullshit, Adam read the papers word for word. The missing piece is the phones calls Adam had with both Haverhill and Warr Acres Police Departments. The letters and such sent to Haverhill court house that appeared missing even though they were signed for. Part of that package to Haverhill was a written request of the proof used to place these charges. That was never attained as well, seems Haverhill is shady.

On another level, the Undertaker and Pope have been contentiously crying wolf over this Meme that their buddy Peter Caira created. This poor abused child has been exploited by his own parents who continue to use him as a pawn to garner attention. This is typical pseudo-drama that these people continue to make up. They enjoy projecting their negative behavior on to others. Remember when Pope had this poor child threaten Sin Jones on Cinch.

Real loving parents wouldn’t publish pictures of their child on social media for public consumption. They are well aware of how many enemies they have. Adam and Kelsey Daniels will never publish pictures of their child, as they love and protect them from said internet pseudo-drama. This is what parents do, protect their children instead of using them as a pawn to garner attention. If you are looking for truth and a real occult education, we are always around.





Why WE Stand Up Against the RHP


The 21 Satanic Points by Conrad Robury (From: The Black Book of Satan)
I) Respect not pity or weakness, for they are a disease which makes sick the strong.

II) Test always your strength, for therein lies success.

III) Seek happiness in victory – but never in peace.

IV) Enjoy a short rest, better than a long.

V) Come as a reaper, for thus you will sow.

VI) Never love anything so much you cannot see it die.

VII) Build not upon sand but upon rock. And build not for today or yesterday but for all time.

VIII) Strive ever for more, for conquest is never done.

IX) And die rather than submit.

X) Forge not works of art but swords of death, for therein lies great art.

XI) Learn to raise yourself above yourself so you can triumph over all.

XII) The blood of the living makes good fertilizer for the seeds of the new.

XIII) He who stands atop the highest pyramid of skulls can see the furthest.

XIV) Discard not love but treat it as an imposter, but ever be just.

XV) All that is great is built upon sorrow.

XVI) Strive not only forwards, but upwards for greatness lies in the highest.

XVII) Come as a fresh strong wind that breaks yet also creates.

XVIII) Let love of life be a goal but let your highest goal be greatness.

XIX) Nothing is beautiful except man: but most beautiful of all is woman.

XX) Reject all illusion and lies, for they hinder the strong.

XXI) What does not kill, make us stronger.

As I grew into the Traditional Satanic path and into Devil Worship, I have always held these teachings in high regards.They are not complete thesis, they do their job to relate the spirit of a Satanist and a LHP practitioner. Those I communicate with the most, agree that a sickening trend in our religion is growing. I must insist that we look to Rudolf Steiner’s understanding of evil. That is a 2 different types of evil that try to unbalance an individual. Steiner classifies as the Luciferic Powers and the Ahrimanic Powers. Many in the LHP as many in the world fail to understand the importance of Steiner’s opus.

The Church of Ahriman seems to be the only LHP organization that approaches its spiritual and magical practice with a scientific way. This is why record all our rituals, some we share, most we don’t. For those that have moved into the year long course with the work book Ahrimani Enlightenment, have come to work through a method of ritual and spiritual work much like that of Steiner. Spiritual Science is a way to develop the self toward a means of spiritual recognition. My martial arts background in Chi working help develop the movement of energy. Then combine the internal workings of the Dark Qabala, (Gates of Hell) by George Spague, and the principles of self-programming of the Demonic Bible by Tsirk Susej, and add the old school bastardized religious Zoroastrian Prayers you have a strong foundation in which to work in the Devil’s Spiritual Realm.

This is the problem I see in Satanism and LHP in general, to many people have given into the misunderstood fallen angel idea. As an Ahrimanist I have thrown that idea completely aside because it breeds the weakness of self-pity. This is one real quick way to remove the fight from someone’s constitution. If we are the Antithesis to the pious, then we must fight with will of a hundred men. I am from beyond their God and they will have no sway over my freedom.

I) Respect not pity or weakness, for they are a disease which makes sick the strong.