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The Unholy Grail #356787
10/24/08 07:26 AM
10/24/08 07:26 AM
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Cthulhu's Bowels,Kentucky
ArtAche86 Offline OP
ArtAche86  Offline OP

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Cthulhu's Bowels,Kentucky
The Satanic Bible. After purchasing it I couldn't say that I was enlightened, because to say that would mean that he produced something that I had never thought or felt (which he did, just wait a second). I instead IDENTIFIED with this so much so, that I will ASAP (in these awful financial times *thanks bush*) apply for my crimson card. I had once studied this from a distance for the longest of times, and never purchased the books, but upon finding it at a Barnes n' Noble it was as if it "called" to me. I purchased it, and it was exactly the "revelation" in which it described.


You stay classy,Satans!
Re: The Unholy Grail [Re: ArtAche86] #362647
11/27/08 05:40 PM
11/27/08 05:40 PM
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Furcifer Offline
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My bet is you will hate god even more.

The bible was indeed inpiring to me too, what struck me the most is when I talked about it, and people, for instance on the forum, talked about what part really applied to them.

I remember the saying that is to be thought of as a "whole". While I like to think it is just part of what being Satanic is all about.


“People with courage and character always seem sinister to the rest.” - Herman Hesse

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