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" The smartest, most passionate, most beautiful women I've met have been Satanists. I don't mean "beautiful on the insidewhere it really counts;" I mean gorgeous, vibrant, curvy women. Most non-Satanic men find Satanic women intimidating - too intelligent or too pretty, or worse yet, both at the same time. It takes a special woman to be a Satanist. Only the most truly liberated are summoned to Satan's legions. Up until quite recently, the ratio of Satanic men to women had been about 10 to 1, but that seems to be shifting. More and more young women are going through the process of exploring feminism and Wicca, seeking feminine pride, identity and power, and discovering only impotence, limitations and puritanical self-righteousness. Wicca and feminism share a flaccid, lackluster attitude and presentation. Satanic women like drama/adventure and know how to conjure it for themselves. Satanists have an innate complexity of mind that hungers for uncompromising examination and speculation, not superficially-comforting pap. We don't need to be comforted; we prefer the invigorating, bracing winds of truth and terror ... "
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Affiliated Master Masons in good standing
legally adopted daughters
And first and second female cousins of affiliated Master Masons in good standing, or if deceased in good standing at the time of their death; as well as members - either active for three (3) years or majority - in the International Order of the Rainbow of Girls or in Job's Daughters International, each of whom having attained at least the age of eighteen (18) years, are eligible to membership in the Order of the Eastern Star.
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Originally posted by NoRegretsEver
Our minds cannot fathom what it is for a woman to have a hidden agenda
According to Jewish folklore Lilith was Adam’s first wife. Though she is not mentioned in the Torah, over the centuries she became associated with Adam as a way to explain the fact that there are two contradictory versions of Creation in the book of Genesis.
Lilith, a female demon in the ancient sources, became known as something different in medieval Judaism and modern depictions, including in feminism.
Amulets found in Syria in 1933 have on them a word which could be Lilith. Originally dated to the 7th century BCE, other scholars believe they are from a much later Jewish community.
Sumer and Babylonia
Evidence for a spirit called Lilith -- or something like that -- being quite ancient is found in a story about Gilgamesh, an addition to the Epic of Gilgamesh. Gilgamesh, the hero, confronts three spirits in a tree, spirits the goddess Inanna is afraid to confront. He kills a snake and scares away both Lilith and a bird. The identification of Lilith with the serpent in the Garden of Eden may be rooted in this tradition. These references are questioned by many scholars and there is not consensus on these being Lilith references.
In Akkadian, the word for Lilith, Lilitu, has a male counterpart, Lilu. Lilu attacks men, and Lilitu has a woman's face, wings and long hair. These names appear in incantations from Babylonia, about 600 BCE.
Most men of power would seem less powerful if it was known that women were in fact making decisions from everything of war, how to do with the people, and politics.
Though these thngs were kept in private, the role of the Queen, Princess, Mothers, and Daughters played many roles in history.
Eighteenth Dynasty (~1472-1458 BCE)
Widow of Thutmosis II, she ruled first as regent for his minor son and heir, and then as Pharaoh, a female Horus. Her titles include "King of Upper and Lower Egypt, Maatkare, Daughter of Re."
She is depicted in a fake beard and with the objects that a Pharaoh is usually depicted with, and in male attire, after a few years of ruling in female form. She reported herself heading up a military campaign and going on a journey to the Land of Punt. She disappears suddenly from history, and her son apparently ordered the destruction of images of Hatshepsut and mentions of her rule.
H. P. Blavatsky (1831-1891) was one of the most extraordinary and controversial figures
of the 19th century. The influence of her life, writings and teachings on world thought has
been significant. The following three quotations may help to indicate the extent of Madame Blavatsky’s influence:
" The smartest, most passionate, most beautiful women I've met have been Satanists. I don't mean "beautiful on the insidewhere it really counts;" I mean gorgeous, vibrant, curvy women. Most non-Satanic men find Satanic women intimidating - too intelligent or too pretty, or worse yet, both at the same time. It takes a special woman to be a Satanist. Only the most truly liberated are summoned to Satan's legions. Up until quite recently, the ratio of Satanic men to women had been about 10 to 1, but that seems to be shifting. More and more young women are going through the process of exploring feminism and Wicca, seeking feminine pride, identity and power, and discovering only impotence, limitations and puritanical self-righteousness.
Originally posted by onequestion
reply to post by NoRegretsEver
Reminds me of True Blood. What they say on the TV show is that Lilith came before man.
Sorry OP you made the mistake of mentioning anything that could possibly be taken as derogatory towards women.
Be prepared for the onslaught of hate that will come your way starting . . . now, oh too late!