the bible of none of the above

Types of Satanism
  • LaVeyan Satanism: I am Satan. I am my own god and believe in myself. I believe in my own abilities and power and don't need any spiritual being helping me.
  • Theistic Satanism: Satan is a real entity. I belive in him as Christains do in their Jesus. I am loyal to Satan and will take every challange he gives me. *Some of us believe only in Satan while others believe in both our Satan and the Christain God.
  • Devil Worshippers: I worship everything I find to be evil. I will sacrifice anything or indulge in crimes for Satan, who I belive is the Devil and symbol of evil himself.
  • Luciferianism: I believe in Lucifer. Lucifer is an enlightened and spiritual being, more peacful than Satan. I believe that the world is devided into light and darkness.
  • Demonolators: I believe in and honor actual demons rather than Satan. Thanks to rituals or meditation I can contact demons and ask for their assistance when I need it.
  • Duotheism: I believe that Satan isn't a god, but rather the bible based being who has rebelled against the Creator and forcefully tried to take his throne.
  • Ecletic Satanism: I am none of the above. I have different beliefs from two or more religions and combine them. I have my own non-specific religion.
  • There might be a few other, more specific, types of Satanism I haven't covered. I also might have made mistakes on these so feel free to correct or add on! I did not include Satin Satanism since I couldn't find much information about it, and from what I'm hearing it isn't really a form of Satanism.
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I’m posting this to hopefully reach some brothers and sisters out there and let you know that we are a special people, chosen above all people. For those of you that are in church I pray and hope this post reaches you, we’ve been lied to since birth. We aren’t “black”, “African American”, “mixed”, “nigga”, none of those bywords. We are Israelites, the chosen seed, according to the Bible. If you don’t already know, the Jesus Christ you see in church, is not the one described in the Bible, it’s a false image along with all the other pictures the Roman Catholic Church had painted white to deceive our people in slavery. Christ is a black man, the father is a black man, and the angels are as well. Believe it or not, the reason black people are oppressed and in a low state, is because we are not following the laws and commandments, and worshipping our god, the most high. Our forefathers fell and started to worship other gods, and did not follow the most highs ways just like we see today, and this is what happened:

Deuteronomy 32:21 “They have moved me to jealousy with that which is not God; they have provoked me to anger with their vanities: and I will move them to jealousy with those which are not a people; I will provoke them to anger with a foolish nation.”

Just like we see today with Trump, if we come together as a people and follow the most high, these things wouldn’t be happening.

Deuteronomy 7:6
“For thou art an holy people unto the LORD thy God: the LORD thy God hath chosen thee to be a special people unto himself, above all people that are upon the face of the earth.”

If you’re familiar with the Bible, you should know that Israel (12 tribes), are Jacob’s 12 sons and out of those tribes would come many people. The same brothers and sisters you see out here on the street are the chosen seed that is talked about in the Bible. The problem is a lot of us don’t know who we are, through slavery we were destroyed and lost our identity.I know a lot of people think “Israel” and automatically think of the people over in Israel as the real Jews, but they are not.

Revelations 2:9 “I know thy works, and tribulation, and poverty, (but thou art rich) and I know the blasphemy of them which say they are Jews, and are not, but are the synagogue of Satan.”

This is Christ (speaking to you), he knows your works and tribulation, what we as a people have been through. He knows the people over there in Israel are not the real Jews. The so called blacks, native Americans , and Hispanics are the real Jews, the ones taken here on slave ships to America. (Deuteronomy 28:68)

Matthew 15:24
“But he answered and said, I am not sent but unto the lost sheep of the house of Israel.”

All praise and glory to the most high Ahayah (I am) in the name of Yashaya (Christ).

I hope I’m reaching you. Bless you 🙌🏽

Types of Satanism

LaVeyan Satanism: I am Satan. I am my own god and believe in myself. I believe in my own abilities and power and don’t need any spiritual being helping me.

Theistic Satanism: Satan is a real entity. I belive in him as Christains do in their Jesus. I am loyal to Satan and will take every challange he gives me. *Some of us believe only in Satan while others believe in both our Satan and the Christain God.

Devil Worshippers: I worship everything I find to be evil. I will sacrifice anything or indulge in crimes for Satan, who I belive is the Devil and symbol of evil himself.

Luciferianism: I believe in Lucifer. Lucifer is an enlightened and spiritual being, more peacful than Satan. I believe that the world is devided into light and darkness.

Demonolators: I believe in and honor actual demons rather than Satan. Thanks to rituals or meditation I can contact demons and ask for their assistance when I need it.

Duotheism: I believe that Satan isn’t a god, but rather the bible based being who has rebelled against the Creator and forcefully tried to take his throne.
Ecletic Satanism: I am none of the above. I have different beliefs from two or more religions and combine them. I have my own non-specific religion.
There might be a few other, more specific, types of Satanism I haven’t covered. I also might have made mistakes on these so feel free to correct or add on! I did not include Satin Satanism since I couldn’t find much information about it, and from what I’m hearing it isn’t really a form of Satanism.

Blessing/Charging/Consecrating Jewellery

                                               The Ritual

Man and woman place the object on the pentacle, and lay both their right hands on it. Say:

‘We consecrate thee in the elements of Earth.’

They sprinkle the object with the salt-and-water mixture, saying:

‘We consecrate thee in the element of Water.’

They pass the object through the smoke of the incense, saying:

‘We consecrate thee in the element of Air.’

They pass the object above the flame of the candle (well above, if it is something which flame could damage) saying:

‘We consecrate thee in the element of Fire, in the names of Cernunnos and Aradia.’

They embrace and kiss with the object between their breasts, in the same way for ritual tools.

‘A Witches’ Bible - The Complete Witches’ Handbook by Janet and Stewart Farrar’

Now the above ritual is very specific to Alexandrian Wicca so it might not be for everyone but I thought it was a good example none the less. Now when blessing/charging/consecrating my own jewellery I tend to lean to something more basic. For example:

  • Light a candle (I’d recommend white) and will the fire to be a cleansing force
  • Take the object you wish to bless/charge/consecrate/whatever and run it through the flame concentrating on removing any lingering energies
  • Hold the piece in your palm and focus on what you want the jewellery to do (healing, help with sleep, good luck)
  • Wear the piece until the candle burns down
  • Alternatively blow the candle out whichever works best for you.

Now any piece of jewellery can work for whatever you want but for an extra kick perhaps use stone jewellery.

Rose Quartz for love (family, romantic, self love)

Lapis Lazuli truth and third eye  

Amethyst healing and higher though

Different metals have different uses as well, silver for the feminine and gold for the masculine.  

Blessed jewellery can be a very discreet way of practising your craft as any piece can hold power and be easily used in everyday. I’m very open about my faith (Wiccan) and my craft so I feel no need to hide from family and friends but for some of you I know that you’re in very different situations with people who may not understand your practises and so you feel the need to hide which is understandable and so charged jewellery is maybe for you.

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I recently found my altered book from high school, titled Bible Of None Of The Above. These are some of my favorite pages.

There’s a page about the different kinds of cigarettes I smoked and the memories associated with each brand. I make this kind of documentation quite often…there’s also a page about different scents and the memories they bring back.

The writing in the margins varies. Sometimes it’s poetry, sometimes it’s lyrics, a lot of the time it’s journaling about either lovesickness or heartbreak. Whatever I found in the text itself was usually raw material for poems.

The drawings were done by a girl I went to school with and painted by me. There’s also some notes from people pasted in.

I think I want to finish it, keep filling it with thoughts and poetry and keep having other people draw and write in it.

anonymous asked:

I was going through shower thoughts, and saw this one.I'm kinda curios on your take here. "I lost interest in praying to God since I have to thank him for my successes but cant blame him for my failures."

I will preface with the reminder that justshowerthoughts is known to be consistently untheologically sound, and I would call to question most of what they say regarding the Bible. However, the topic at hand begs an excellent question, and I think it’s something that a lot of people struggle to understand.

I think a large portion of this mindset stems from an attitude of entitlement and boasting in one’s self. You see, the world will tell you that everything you have is as a result of you, but the Bible says that “Every good gift and every perfect gift is from above, and comes down from the Father of lights, with whom there is no variation or shadow of turning.” (James 1:17) Every blessing, your possessions, your mental abilities, your physical abilities… none of those are anything you are required to have. You are only utilizing what God gave you in the first place. On your own, you couldn’t even put air in your lungs if God hadn’t breathed life into you to begin with.

Since it is God who gives you life, how selfish is it to say, “God, why couldn’t you have done more for me.” He gave you life, and not only that, He gave His own life to give you eternal blessings more exquisite than ever you could fathom. Paul tells us that every trial, every struggle, is worth it, beyond a shadow of a doubt, because of what God has in store for us! Romans 8:18 says, “For I consider that the sufferings of this present time are not worthy to be compared with the glory which shall be revealed in us.”

I have absolutely no reason to scorn God because without Him, I am nothing. On my own, I’m a sinner by nature and by choice, in a fallen world that suffers the penalty for iniquities. A lot of my failures can be attributed to the fact that I chose my way instead of God’s. God’s way leads to eternal life and everlasting joy, and there’s no version of success this earth holds that bests that.

My brilliant friends also reminded me today that what we perceive as failures, might not be such in God’s grand plan. A failed class, a change in jobs, a lost friend, from the smallest to the largest obstacle, God can use every circumstance in in ways more glorious than we can fathom. Our failures teach us, grow us, prompt us toward sanctification, and often times lead to better things that we never would have otherwise considered. James 1:2-4 says, “My brethren, count it all joy when you fall into various trials, knowing that the testing of your faith produces patience. But let patience have its perfect work, that you may be perfect and complete, lacking nothing”

Taylor Swift's 'downfall': what the online celebrations really say

RIP Taylor Swift: buried by Kim Kardashian West on 18 July. Or so those gleefully celebrating the supposed downfall of megastar Swift want the obituary to go.

Many hundreds of thousands people seem to have been waiting for this moment for years: Swift’s pedestal has begun to crumble beneath her feat. The unstoppable force of her success combined with her image management has met – with a thundering crash – the immoveable object that is the Kardashian publicity-generating machine.

On Monday Kardashian West published video of Swift seeming to approve Kanye West’s controversial Famous lyric – an approval Swift’s camp has been forcefully denying. But even before that, Swift’s star was already under siege.

Taylor Swift is so annoying; she is the next Anne Hathaway.

Taylor Swift’s’s 4 July party was a “self-loving, narcissistic shriekfest”.

Is Taylor Swift bad for Tom Hiddleston’s career?

The above are real critiques in real news articles and commentary pieces, published by reputable news outlets. The predictable backlash that has been brewing against Swift for a couple of years is finally reaching crescendo.

It was only a matter of time before the talented, successful, unapologetic, in-control young woman was fodder for critics, reduced to comparisons to “annoying” Anne Hathaway and almost-annoying Jennifer Lawrence (notice it’s never men who are annoying?), “Mean Girls gone wild”, and the hashtags #taylorswiftisoverparty and #KimExposedTaylorParty.

The door to the latest round of vicious commentary was opened by Swift’s apparently heavily stage managed appearances with Hiddleston as her new boyfriend. That the pair want to be seen together is obvious – nobody goes on a date to the Colosseum in an effort to avoid crowds – but it is Swift who has been the lightning rod for the ridiculous commentary on it. Hiddleston, meanwhile, is treated as though he is an infant under the spell of some wicked witch (so goes the gendered implication), with no agency of his own.


“He hates that he has become a joke,” the Hollywood Gossip reported, about how “trapped” the rich and famous grown man is. “It’s hard for him to prove that to everybody because of how insistent Taylor is that everything that they do with each other is photographed.”

Vox dissected the commentary thus: “Somehow, as many angry observers implied, Hiddleston, and his smooth-as-silk British accent, was supposed to be better than this … and, by proxy, deserving of someone better than Swift.”

A series of aggressive tweets from her ex-boyfriend Calvin Harris sent thousands of people to Swift’s Instagram to leave a snake emoji. Instead of focusing on how hilarious it was that Swift wrote a hit song for him under a male pseudonym, the media concentrated on the fact that Harris did not like the way she made it public.

Swift deserves critique for her brand of feminism, which is part friendship-as-beauty-pageant mixed with individualism on steroids. Is she a master manipulator of the media? Without a doubt. And Kanye was right: Single Ladies is a better song and video than You Belong With Me.

No person is without fault, but none of the above warrants the viciousness with which Swift is torn into. She does not deserve to be labelled an “obnoxious Nazi barbie”, for a start.


At the heart of the coverage of Tay-Tay/Hiddleswift are themes as old as the Bible: suspicion of successful women, resentment of unapologetic women, a need for women to know their place.

This of course is not just about Swift; she hardly needs me rushing to her defence. It’s about the public discourse around young women: the way we still talk and write about their success, and the uncomfortable way we treat their sexuality. Why else would we criticise the number of boyfriends Swift has had, and the swiftness with which she moved on from Harris to become Hiddleswift.

When stories are published calling Taylor “insane” and a “control freak”, and when entire Tumblr threads are devoted to how “annoying” she is, we’re sending a message to young girls and women: You are not allowed to be seen enjoying your success or your sexuality – and you are certainly not to appear to think you deserve either.

Justin Bieber caused thousands of dollars’ worth of damage to his neighbour’s property by egging it, and allegedly spat on his fans. He repeatedly storms off stage in the middle of concerts and talks openly about his relationships – yet he still can be redeemed.

Swift writes catchy songs about some ex-boyfriends, appears surprised when she wins awards, complains about how she has been represented in a Kanye West song, and is never photographed with a hair out of place. Those are her crimes. And they are apparently unforgivable.

Before her, Hathaway’s crimes were crying when she won an Oscar – and obviously wanting to win an Oscar. Lawrence’s was being too goofy. Meanwhile, Woody Allen continues to make movies, Bill Murray is a loveable but curmudgeonly old fella’ and Terry Richardson is a feted photographer.

Swift is the only woman to win the Grammy for album of the year twice; she has sold 40m albums worldwide and has written the vast majority of her own hits. If she seems little intense, it probably has something to do with why she is so wildly successful, yet we remain determined to reduce her – in her own tongue-in-cheek words – to a nightmare dressed like a daydream.

https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2016/jul/18/taylor-swift-kanye-west-kim-kardashian-west-famous-reaction

Taylor Swift's 'downfall': what the online celebrations really say

RIP Taylor Swift: buried by Kim Kardashian West on 18 July. Or so those gleefully celebrating the supposed downfall of megastar Swift want the obituary to go.

Many hundreds of thousands people seem to have been waiting for this moment for years: Swift’s pedestal has begun to crumble beneath her feat. The unstoppable force of her success combined with her image management has met – with a thundering crash – the immoveable object that is the Kardashian publicity-generating machine.

On Monday Kardashian West published video of Swift seeming to approve Kanye West’s controversial Famous lyric – an approval Swift’s camp has been forcefully denying. But even before that, Swift’s star was already under siege.

Taylor Swift is so annoying; she is the next Anne Hathaway.

Taylor Swift’s’s 4 July party was a “self-loving, narcissistic shriekfest”.

Is Taylor Swift bad for Tom Hiddleston’s career?

The above are real critiques in real news articles and commentary pieces, published by reputable news outlets. The predictable backlash that has been brewing against Swift for a couple of years is finally reaching crescendo.

It was only a matter of time before the talented, successful, unapologetic, in-control young woman was fodder for critics, reduced to comparisons to “annoying” Anne Hathaway and almost-annoying Jennifer Lawrence (notice it’s never men who are annoying?)

The door to the latest round of vicious commentary was opened by Swift’s apparently heavily stage managed appearances with Hiddleston as her new boyfriend. That the pair want to be seen together is obvious – nobody goes on a date to the Colosseum in an effort to avoid crowds – but it is Swift who has been the lightning rod for the ridiculous commentary on it. Hiddleston, meanwhile, is treated as though he is an infant under the spell of some wicked witch (so goes the gendered implication), with no agency of his own.

“He hates that he has become a joke,” the Hollywood Gossip reported, about how “trapped” the rich and famous grown man is. “It’s hard for him to prove that to everybody because of how insistent Taylor is that everything that they do with each other is photographed.”

Vox dissected the commentary thus: “Somehow, as many angry observers implied, Hiddleston, and his smooth-as-silk British accent, was supposed to be better than this … and, by proxy, deserving of someone better than Swift.”

A series of aggressive tweets from her ex-boyfriend Calvin Harris sent thousands of people to Swift’s Instagram to leave a snake emoji. Instead of focusing on how hilarious it was that Swift wrote a hit song for him under a male pseudonym, the media concentrated on the fact that Harris did not like the way she made it public.

Swift deserves critique for her brand of feminism, which is part friendship-as-beauty-pageant mixed with individualism on steroids. Is she a master manipulator of the media? Without a doubt. And Kanye was right: Single Ladies is a better song and video than You Belong With Me.

No person is without fault, but none of the above warrants the viciousness with which Swift is torn into. She does not deserve to be labelled an “obnoxious Nazi barbie”, for a start.

At the heart of the coverage of Tay-Tay/Hiddleswift are themes as old as the Bible: suspicion of successful women, resentment of unapologetic women, a need for women to know their place.

This of course is not just about Swift; she hardly needs me rushing to her defence. It’s about the public discourse around young women: the way we still talk and write about their success, and the uncomfortable way we treat their sexuality. Why else would we criticise the number of boyfriends Swift has had, and the swiftness with which she moved on from Harris to become Hiddleswift.

When stories are published calling Taylor “insane” and a “control freak”, and when entire Tumblr threads are devoted to how “annoying” she is, we’re sending a message to young girls and women: You are not allowed to be seen enjoying your success or your sexuality – and you are certainly not to appear to think you deserve either.

Justin Bieber caused thousands of dollars’ worth of damage to his neighbour’s property by egging it, and allegedly spat on his fans. He repeatedly storms off stage in the middle of concerts and talks openly about his relationships – yet he still can be redeemed.

Swift writes catchy songs about some ex-boyfriends, appears surprised when she wins awards, complains about how she has been represented in a Kanye West song, and is never photographed with a hair out of place. Those are her crimes. And they are apparently unforgivable.

Before her, Hathaway’s crimes were crying when she won an Oscar – and obviously wanting to win an Oscar. Lawrence’s was being too goofy. Meanwhile, Woody Allen continues to make movies, Bill Murray is a loveable but curmudgeonly old fella’ and Terry Richardson is a feted photographer.

Swift is the only woman to win the Grammy for album of the year twice; she has sold 40m albums worldwide and has written the vast majority of her own hits. If she seems little intense, it probably has something to do with why she is so wildly successful, yet we remain determined to reduce her – in her own tongue-in-cheek words – to a nightmare dressed like a daydream.

TIFFANY: The Happiness That She Deserves

Seriously.

Tiffany is an adult for goodness’ sake. She has been independent for God knows how long. From the moment when she went to Korea alone to fulfill her dream of becoming a singer, til this day, she has been making decisions which in one way or another had contributed to the betterment of her life as a public figure, as a member of Girls’ Generation, and most importantly, as a human stuffed with feelings and emotions. She deserves all the happiness in the world after all that she had been through, so stfu because you have no right to take that happiness away from her.

Nichkhun. I don’t know much about him, but the way I see it, the way he puts his family first above anything else, and the way he expresses his love for them so sincerely and affectionately, I know then in that moment that Tiffany is in good hands. That love for his family alone almost makes up for all his flaws and imperfections. Not only does he love his family, but he fears God as well.

Tiffany did make a great choice. And besides, she’s none the lesser. She had been telling us since forever to pray and go to church and read the Bible and everything. I believe she had prayed for that man to come–that man who honors the same God that she has. That man who treats his loved ones well. That man who is not afraid to tell the world how much he’s willing to take care of her woman forever and always.

Fan: Please take care of Tiffany!

Nichkhun: Do I ever not? Never =]

I have nothing but trust for Tiffany. And besides, it’s her choice. What am I to do as a fan? Support her all the way. Be true to my promise of forever. SONE till the end. 지금은, 앞으로도, 영원히.

TIFFANY, go for your happiness. You deserve nothing less. <3