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#148440 - 03/02/06 11:06 AM New to Ritual
belialtheunholy Offline


Registered: 01/02/06
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Loc: Germany
I have never performed a ritual before, especially one on my birthday. My birthday is in 8 days. Could someone provide me with guidance, or point me in the right direction?

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#148441 - 03/02/06 11:15 AM Re: New to Ritual [Re: belialtheunholy]
Lust Offline


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Have a great Birthday.
As for a Ritual for your Birthday's sake I know of none.
Celebrate your Birthday do something you have always wanted to do.
Celebrate, and have fun that is the Ritual.
Hail Satan!


Edited by tier_instinct (03/02/06 11:19 AM)

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#148442 - 03/02/06 11:19 AM Re: New to Ritual [Re: belialtheunholy]
Priestess Palmer Offline
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Quote:

Could someone provide me with guidance, or point me in the right direction?




Guidance

Or are you simply hoping this thread will be an excuse to wish you a happy birthday, disguised as ignorancy?
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#148443 - 03/02/06 11:27 AM Re: New to Ritual [Re: Priestess Palmer]
belialtheunholy Offline


Registered: 01/02/06
Posts: 14
Loc: Germany
That was quite rude!

I personally don't care if you wish me a "happy birthday." Like the post said, I've never performed a ritual before, and was merely seeking guidance from a person who has some experience...

If I offended you with my post, why make a response? Why not just go away and leave others to make real responses? I don't know you, I don't want to know you, and therefore could most definitley find someone else to wish me a "happy birthday."

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#148444 - 03/02/06 11:31 AM Re: New to Ritual [Re: belialtheunholy]
Reznor Offline


Registered: 12/11/05
Posts: 19
On your birthday you should indulge yourself as much as possible. Eat, drink, make merry and enjoy life to the fullest.

Works like a charm for me!

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#148445 - 03/02/06 11:38 AM Re: New to Ritual [Re: Priestess Palmer]
Witch_Scarlet Offline

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Loc: Texas
Nice guidance lesson!

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#148446 - 03/02/06 12:32 PM Re: New to Ritual [Re: belialtheunholy]
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The "guidance" provided by Widow still stands.

Happy Birthday.

Your question was respectable and understandable.

Always remember that your birthday is the most important holiday of the year.

Celebrate accordingly.
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#148447 - 03/02/06 01:36 PM Re: New to Ritual [Re: belialtheunholy]
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Aside from rereading the entire Book of Belial from The Satanic Bible, I also always suggest reading the chapter on ritual in Magistra Blanche Barton's book Church of Satan. That's more than enough to get you started in the right (left?) direction.
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#148448 - 03/02/06 05:56 PM Re: New to Ritual [Re: belialtheunholy]
Priestess Palmer Offline
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A simple 'No' would suffice.
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#148449 - 03/02/06 10:18 PM Re: New to Ritual [Re: belialtheunholy]
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You asked a question and someone gave you an answer...

I don't understand why you call that "quite rude".
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#148450 - 03/02/06 10:49 PM Re: New to Ritual [Re: Old_Pig]
uncleherpe Offline


Registered: 03/22/05
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Quote:

You asked a question and someone gave you an answer...

I don't understand why you call that "quite rude".





i think they found it rude that someone would imply that they wrote a bs topic just to get people to aknowledge their birthday, rather than actual advice on rituals.
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#148451 - 03/03/06 02:59 PM Re: New to Ritual [Re: belialtheunholy]
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You do own a copy of the Satanic bible ?, the book of belial is a good start, you might find the book of Satanic rituals handy as well.
Please don't attempt rituals without doing the necessary research.
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#148452 - 03/05/06 08:12 PM Re: New to Ritual [Re: belialtheunholy]
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If I tell you what you should do, then you wouldnít be doing what YOU want to do.

You need to look inside yourself; itís the only place you will truly find the answer to that kind of question.
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#148453 - 03/06/06 01:44 PM Re: New to Ritual [Re: belialtheunholy]
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Registered: 11/15/05
Posts: 323
Loc: Kansas
My birthday ritual is drinking lots of Crown, eating lots of food I don't let myself eat any other time, getting laid, listening to Pantera, and maybe showing off my low end shredder skills to my friends. Pretty damn good rituals, I think.
The best ritual to do on your birthday is to find the one thing you like more than anything else and do it all day long. Do it until it hurts, and then do it some more. Celebrate the fact that you're alive to enjoy the finer things like getting drunk and having wild sex. (Now there's a hell of a point to be made. Celebrating life by having sex is probably the best way to honor life. I mean, if it wasn't for sex, none of us would be here...just a thought).

Oh, yeah, and

Happy Birthday!!!

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#148454 - 03/06/06 02:43 PM Re: New to Ritual [Re: uncleherpe]
Priestess Palmer Offline
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i think they found it rude that someone would imply that they wrote a bs topic just to get people to aknowledge their birthday, rather than actual advice on rituals.




Hmm, and what does 'BS' stand for?
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