a reply to: TheLordOfFlies23
I don't care how many interpretations of the Qliphoth there is!!! This is what the Qliphoth represents and it's coming from a Magus.
The interpretations I recounted are those of the Judaic Kabbalah, used by the original Rabbinical priests, and the Hermetic Qabala, as practiced by
Rosicrucians, Hermeticists, Theosophists, Thelemites, and ceremonial magicians (among others). The aberrant philosophy of one so-called "magus"—and
an unnamed one at that!—matters little compared to the collective works of the ages.
It's not "Dark Kabbalah", It's the ultimate rebellion against god.. Instead or worshiping or ascending spiritually to be one with God like
everyone else. The Qliphoth is Ascending Spiritually To Break Away From God Like Lucifer and The Fallen Angels
Again, incorrect. The Qliphoth are just as much of God as the Sephiroth are. The Qliphoth are the remnants of a previous, failed Tree of Life, one
wherein the Sephiroth were unbalanced and collapsed in on themselves. The Qliphoth are called shells and husks because the divine essences that once
resided within each sephirah—the divine emanations—have been removed and instilled into the complete Tree of Life.
Traditionally, the Qliphoth have nothing to do with rebellion against God, and everything to do with a failed attempt at Creation. Modern "edgy"
magicians can make whatever claims they want about the dichotomy between the Qliphoth and Sephiroth, but just because you can say it, doesn't make it
true. Support the claim with original source citations, or else you're just living in a deluded fantasy world.
You don't know what your talking about
Nope, not one bit. That must be why I'm citing my sources and explaining where my theories originate from, while you're just chucking ad
attacks and quoting unnamed "magi," right?
King Baal has 3 modern names, 1)Baal, 2)Bael, & 3)Beelzebub.
You missed a few, here let me help you out:
That's the problem when you use Christian-oriented source material to analyze pre-Christian pagan deities. The facts just don't add up. Your faith is
littered with Christian baggage, which only further informs me that, despite your claims to the contrary, you don't really want to rebel against God,
because you can't conceive of a faith wherein He doesn't exist, which is why your religious ideologies are still Christian at heart.
You've probably never done a ritual, practiced ceremonial magick, or have spent any time building a relationship with any of the demons
I'm a Mesopotamian Reconstructionist, with a focus on Sumero-Akkadian polytheism. I have an altar dedicated to the goddess Inanna in all her forms,
including but not limited to: Ištar, Astarte, Šauška, Tanit, and Anāhitā. I perform three éš-éš
lunar-based rituals every month, one
each at the first light of the waxing crescent, the full moon, and the new moon. There's also a major festival once a month for 7 of the 12 months out
of each year.
As for ceremonial magic, my practice heavily depends on astrology, a practice which originated in Sumer. So yes, I do use ceremonial magical methods,
combined with authentic Sumero-Akkadian magical practices, in my faith.
As for demons, no, I don't build relationships with so-called demons. I build relationships with the authentic polytheistic gods who served as the
inspiration behind the demonic balderdash of the medieval ages.
I can tell you everything about every single one of them.. without copying and pasting bull# off of google or looking at books.
Clearly we've seen that you can't.
You don't know what you're talking about, you don't live it
If you say so.
You just read stuff. There's a BIG DIFFERENCE between reading about it and actually doing it.
Clearly I both read about it, and practice it. Too bad you only do half. Might not hurt for you to pick up a book once in a while and educate
Are you a Blind Scribe? Is that why your Wandering?
Only blind in one eye, though I don't need both to see why you're Beelzebub's 23rd choice.
~ Wandering Scribe