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Originally posted by Michelangelo
I'm going to try to get my friend, who is an atheist, to make a pact with the devil so our band can be famous.
Would this work? I would like to make it clear that it is not me selling my soul but my friend. I'm trying to see any loopholes in this theory. If there is a Satan, I don't fancy spending my eternity with him, so...
It’s mostly to lead people away from god.
On a slow but continuous basis.
How about a counter-movement? Not that I am a religious person (no church member) but to me it’s kind of frightning to see how many people are screwed up nowadays. “Party”, “Get Crazy”, “Be Hot” is what it’s all about today. As a profession one choses either “supermodel” or “pop idol”, whatever, if only one can live independant, rich and beautiful. Luciferanian?
Is this the result of influences against traditional values already? Producing a mainstream that circles around emotional extasy? Where did people with a back go?
I wish there would be a new kind of artist saying something like “You will have to go this way alone” with a double meaning adressed to the illuminati.
Originally posted by Sanity Lost
Show me these alleged contracts.
Prove to me that the Devil actually exist.
Otherwise post only what you can back up.
Satanic and anti-Christian imagery It has also often become associated with Satanic and anti-religious attitudes, as it is considered to represent the opposite of Christianity by inverting its primary symbol, the Latin Cross. As a result, this symbol has become very popular within anti-religion groups and among some extreme metal musicians, notably black metal ones. In popular culture, including films such as Rosemary's Baby, The Exorcism of Emily Rose and The Omen, Petrine Crosses are often displayed to represent Satan. Coincidental with this Satanic imagery, not only is Saint Peter the source of the inverted cross symbolism in Christianity, but Jesus once referred to Peter as "Satan", when he said to him "Get behind me, Satan!", in Mark 8:33 (see vade retro satana).
Originally posted by paperface
reply to post by Tayesin
Another forum "snob" who are you to call a thread gibbersh?
I nearly fell asleep reading your drab post.
Originally posted by Phantom traveller
My opinion is that when someone says "i sold my soul to the devil to become famous" they really mean that they gave up on everything they believed and they will do everything that would be asked from them in order to become what they dreamt ,even if they don't like it or agree with it.They give up their principals,their personal lives,they are forced to do things they hate.