Devil WorshiperPosted: December 14, 2015
We have stated that we are atheists, but so much depends on how words and phrases are interpreted. Both in the sense we tried to make clear in our last post and taking into account the way worship is defined in this post, we are also very much unashamed Devil Worshipers. Indeed we agree with pretty much all that is said below.
Very few phrases can cause such a visceral reaction in people. Even today, in 2015, where the world in general is quite secular. Atheism, at least in the west is viewed by many as the philosophy of logical people. Theism is a dying perspective, primarily due to the utter failing of the mainstream religions to be of much use whatsoever. But even so, the accusation of being a devil worshiper is still the first thing people distance themselves from.
When someone comes out of the “broom closet” and announces themselves as a Wiccan, Pagan, or any other fringe religious group, what do they almost always follow that statement up with? “But…I DO NOT WORSHIP THE DEVIL!”
I find myself laughing along in agreement with Keith Nicholson’s sentiment in “Above Below Within: Planetary Magick and the Greek Gods” (pg.35);
Neo-pagans will fight their way to the head of the trough for any possible information…
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