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#267808 - 08/28/07 03:58 PM The After-Life
brissa Offline


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So I'm sitting here reading the Satanic Bible, and I come to the part titled "Life After Death Through Fulfillment of the Ego". I have read all that is written about it, but I am still unsure about what The Satanist believes happens when you die.

I am not a Satanist but I am looking into it and trying to study the philosophies of Satanism; I will most likely end up becoming one sometime soon.

So, any replies people have will be greatly appreciated.

What does Satanism teach about the After life, or is there not an After Life at all?

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#267809 - 08/28/07 04:02 PM Re: The After-Life [Re: brissa]
Phineas Offline
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Please post your required introduction here, then we shall see about answering your questions.

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#267817 - 08/28/07 04:26 PM Re: The After-Life [Re: Phineas]
brissa Offline


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k, i posted one. \:\)

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#267823 - 08/28/07 04:46 PM Re: The After-Life [Re: brissa]
Phineas Offline
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Yes, quite brief and lacking in depth. Therefore, my answer will be the same: there is no afterlife.

And, you do not become a Satanist. You discover that you have been one all along, or you are not.
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#267833 - 08/28/07 05:02 PM Re: The After-Life [Re: Phineas]
brissa Offline


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thank you for answering \:\)

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#267845 - 08/28/07 05:17 PM Re: The After-Life [Re: brissa]
Phineas Offline
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You are welcome.
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"Consensus is the absence of leadership." Margaret Thatcher

"I'm fascinated with how primitive the human mind still is. It can be misdirected so easily." John Gaughan


"Success is uncommon. Therefore, not to be enjoyed by the common man." Cal Stoll

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