"If I do not please, I cannot seduce. If I do not seduce, I cannot influence. If I do not influence, I repent."
“The most widely-minded men know that there is no clear distinction between the real and the unreal; that all things seem to be what they seem to be only by virtue of the delicate mental capabilities of each individual, by whom we come to know them; But the mundane materialism of the majority condemns as madness the flashes of clairvoyance that transcend the common veil of clear empiricism.”
I say my God is better than yours, and you retort "No, but my God is but the True God!" This tedious insipid argument of mental degradation seems to have no end. It has been going on for years since the beginning of self-awareness.
Until then, you are stuck within the bounds of your imagination, creating your god as your best imaginary friend to fix all of your insecurities and pains, to be your best friend because you have no one to trust, to be your savior because your pastor duped you into believing you were born in sin.
My consciousness drifts through the cosmic ether as it seeks its purpose, the unknown becomes an experience, and the known becomes the boredom of the past. Divinity is at the suburbia of the Universe, but how can one get there faster than the expansion of perceived time? It’s only a human idea, surely it can be defied! Reality must be found, but what is it? Does it lie within the depths of simpleton dogma, or can we look deep within the caverns of enlightenment and take back the roots of life?
Many beliefs, traditions, and religions are chosen conclusions from others, when one embraces these "answers”, in most cases being given to them through family or social pressure, they are taking these answers without having solved the problems on their own, this is why when confronted, most people sound foolish in attempts to defend their way of life because it was not their own.
Luciferians, seek your own path, find a purpose for your life, study, read, love life, and be creative. Do not fall prey to religion out of fear, out of pity, or out of ignorance, find reasons and knowledge to justify the reasons you hold any belief or accept any theory.
Build your spirit from top to bottom, you don't need an imaginary friend to help you, nor do you need hypocritical religious leaders to be your guide dogs. Let not the trepidation of religious judgment befall you, do not be lazy-minded. Ascend and advance, moving towards the Light.
One of the questions that still remain to be answered is: what does it mean that the human being becomes a God? "Divinity" can be understood in different ways. It must be remembered that the reality around us is a question of how one perceives the existing forces of the Universe. The world is way beyond the control of man, the remnants of his hidden powers. The process of initiation, which the follower of the Occult path is subjected to, gradually brings about these powers.
Confrontation with the individual aspects of consciousness takes a deep look at one’s personality and gives knowledge about what lies within us and the world at large. Knowledge and understanding of these forces which together form part of ourselves and the universe, allow us to live life according to our will. To achieve this, it is essential to go through a difficult process of transmutation which begins from within each and every one of us.
The symbolic exile of man from the Garden of Eden, like the symbolic significance of Lucifer's fall, both in truth represent the search for individual divinity, and darkness becomes a metaphor that transcends beyond those frames imposed by a god or indeed light. Through Darkness, man shines his own light, becoming the creator of his own world. The journey through darkness is also the spiritual evolution of mankind.
The Garden of Eden is but a metaphor for that time where a man needed to feel safe and was dependant on a higher force. Leaving the Garden of Eden was in itself a step towards maturity, independence, freedom but also one of taking responsibility for oneself. Taking this step is to veer closer to the path of the left hand - walking on this path means abandoning the safety of light and seeing the unknown. One descends into the abyss of darkness to find freedom and divinity there.
LXV - Patrick Gaffiero