Echoes much of my own thoughts on the matter. The LHP is rapidly becoming a front of atheism that will tolerate no theism. To be atheist and hold onto ‘Satan’ in iconography is a mere publicity stunt. Groups should avoid the use of any theistic iconography if they are atheist — otherwise, it is mere carnival foolery as LaVey resorted to. A good article.
There is something that has been on my mind for quite a while and though I very much hold a live and let live philosophy, I don’t think I can bite my tongue any longer. I feel that in the Left Hand Path’s attempt to be “mainstream” as we see with modern Luciferian movements, a huge amount of the darkness and individuality which is the very lifeblood of the LHP is getting lost.
There is a very active attempt to water down the philosophies for public consumption. No different from how LaVey made a mockery of Satanism in the sixties. Now I’ll admit that as an occultist, the man had brilliant insights, but nevertheless he turned Satanism into a trashy, pretentious, joke of a philosophy. There is no doubt that being a laughing stock is better than being persecuted, and maybe that was the point of it all. But isn’t it about…
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