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I've been thinking about this a lot recently, and I've finally accepted it. I feel empty without it. For my entire life, I haven't had the strength to admit that I needed this, but that's changing now.

I've finally found the evidence that GC/MS has been talking about. I see how the petty semantics and weak, doubtful quibbling doesn't change anything. I know now that others being unconvinced doesn't change anything. Others may not believe, but they are not me. I am no longer a sheep to walk in the path of others; I have found the power to state my faith, regardless of how they might try to tear me down.

There is only one truth. From now on, I will be honest about it. But I am still new to this waking world, so I need time to understand everything. If anyone has questions, I don't know if I can answer them. I need to do a lot of introspection before I can talk in-depth about it.

I just wanted to share this momentous turn in my life with you all, though. It feels like I've just woken up from a long, long sleep and now I'm ready to actually live my life.

Thank you, GC/MS.

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not sure if this is a troll post but welcome to the club.

Posted July 18th by s.o.h.
s.o.h.
 

What evidence did you find that brought about this new belief in [insert what it is you actually believe since you didn't state that bit]?

Posted July 18th by Moonray
Moonray
 

It's not about evidence, Moonray. What do you think I need evidence for?

Posted July 18th by nullfather
nullfather

Ok so it's a troll post, got it.

Posted July 18th by Moonray
Moonray
 

Moonray, have you ever read Foucault's Pendulum by Umberto Eco?

"I believe that you can reach the point where there is no longer any difference between developing the habit of pretending to believe and developing the habit of believing."

"We invented a nonexistent Plan, and They not only believed it was real but convinced themselves that They had been part of it for ages, or rather They identified the fragments of their muddled mythology as moments of our Plan, moments joined in a logical, irrefutable web of analogy, semblance, suspicion. But if you invent a plan and others carry it out, it's as if the Plan exists. At that point it does exist."

I am not "trolling".

Posted July 18th by nullfather
nullfather

I've finally found the evidence that GC/MS has been talking about.
It's not about evidence, Moonray. What do you think I need evidence for?


If you're not trolling then at least be consistent in what you're saying. You're the one that suggested there was evidence in the first place.

Moonray, have you ever read Foucault's Pendulum by Umberto Eco?


I have not, based on your quote (assuming it is from the book) it sounds interesting. Would you recommend it?

Posted July 18th by Moonray
Moonray
 

Foucalt's Pendulum is an extremely extremely dense read. Kinda goes into extreme conspiracy theories and such though, so it's pretty cool.

Also null, if what you're talking about is a christian faith, then I strongly strongly suggest that you keep it as pure as it is right now and don't go down the path of established organized religion, as tempting as it might be.

Posted July 18th by Xhin
Xhin
 

I have not, based on your quote (assuming it is from the book) it sounds interesting. Would you recommend it?


Definitely. Even if a lot of the references are too esoteric for the average reader, it gets the point across quite well. It features some rare dark humor and rewarding debates between the various characters. Overall, I see it as a wonderful jab at the psychological mechanics of mysticism and conspiracy.

Foucalt's Pendulum is an extremely extremely dense read. Kinda goes into extreme conspiracy theories and such though, so it's pretty cool.


"Dense" is definitely an accurate descriptor. Every paragraph seems like it's packed with theological and/or sociological implication.

I should get around to reading his other works...

Posted July 18th by nullfather
nullfather

Nihilism can wane, I suppose.

Posted July 19th by Axem Metal
Axem Metal
Need someone to tuck you in?

Another innocent lost to the eternal fires of hell. I'm sorry that you've chosen to be burned alive for all eternity, but you were given freewill to make that decision. I will not judge you because GOD will do that for me.

Posted July 23rd by Mastersheep
Mastersheep
 

Well said brother Null. Hail Satan.

Posted July 26th by KnokkelMillennium
KnokkelMillennium
The machiavellian menace

KnokkelMillennium

I'm not going to quote you because of the negative energy around that statment, but PLEASE delete this comment. That which you praised should never be praised! You have unleashed too many curses on the world already. If you want to be tortured that is your choice however you do NOT have the right to curse the rest of us into torment as well.

Thank you.

Posted July 27th by Mastersheep
Mastersheep
 

I couldn't even if I wanted to, but I still wouldn't because your demiurge you call Jehovah (who is in reality Yaldabaoth) has no hold on me, as I have become truly enlightened. PS "Satan" has no real power.

Edited July 27th by KnokkelMillennium
KnokkelMillennium
The machiavellian menace

I can't tell if Satanists are ironic or unironic. Either way it's a very distasteful religion imo

Posted August 9th by #85
#85

I can't tell if Satanists are ironic or unironic. Either way it's a very distasteful religion imo

It can be either depending on who you're talking to and what sect they adhere to. But there are many who take it seriously. It's also both an atheistic or theistic religion depending on which sect they adhere to. Also what ISN'T a distasteful religion and why is this a distasteful religion?

Edited August 9th by KnokkelMillennium
KnokkelMillennium
The machiavellian menace

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Edited October 3rd by I killed Mufasa
I killed Mufasa
long live the king

Also the post about the demiurge and Yaldabaoth was more Gnosticism. Which, is a great religion but I do like to meme about it despite that. Don't judge it by my meme'ing. Although there are people who like to merge Gnosticism and Satanism even though that makes no sense.

Edited August 9th by KnokkelMillennium
KnokkelMillennium
The machiavellian menace

You may actually like Joy of Satan though #85. It seems like the founder is literally a neo-nazi and sometimes "da jews" even blatantly makes it's way into the actual "religion" they're trying to establish. This of course means nothing though, it's just another case of Hitler using Christianity and twisting it to his goals.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Positive_Christianity

Posted August 9th by KnokkelMillennium
KnokkelMillennium
The machiavellian menace

Also what ISN'T a distasteful religion

Are you quite comfortable under that blanket statement?

Posted August 31st by GC/MS
GC/MS
 

Re: Satanism

Many would describe my new religion as "Satanic" and that applies to a certain extent. It describes certain deeply individual values that would be highly at odds with the Christian moral framework, like desire, sorcery, violence, etc. However, it does not have an inherent connection to Satan. If anything, I would attach it most closely to the archetype of the assassin or the murderer. If not Satan, then perhaps Cain.

When I write my manifesto, however, it will not contain such references.

Posted August 31st by nullfather
nullfather

Well, I guess it's good that you've found something that matches up with your lack of moral values, Nullfather. Because if you had investigated the LDS Church like you promised you were going to, you apparently would have found our tenets of open-mindedness, tolerance and non-violence very distasteful. You obviously wouldn't even have liked our tenet of non-sarcasm.

Posted September 14th by GC/MS
GC/MS
 

@GC/MS

Listen to me, BOY. Christianity, not mormonism is the inclusive religion. Unlike pathetic, childish mormons, we true Christians do not put people down soley based on their religion. We don't make personal attacks or throw petty insults like worhtless, garbage, MORMON humanbeings such as yourself do. If you ever saw a true Christian you would know this; what true happiness and kindness are. If you researched actualy Christianity for one second and thought (for even a milisecond) with that brain of yours you would understand TRUTH.

But instead you just lash out with a harsh tongue and pathetic insults, something I, one bound for heaven, would never do.

Appologize to these poor lost soul or the fires of hell will get jsut a little hotter for you and the blessed saved in heaven will laugh at your suffering just a little more. I am holy and VERy INCREDIBLY self aware, not a narcissit like you

Edited September 16th by Mastersheep
Mastersheep
 

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Edited October 3rd by I killed Mufasa
I killed Mufasa
long live the king

Why would one take off the helmet of god? It is the armor that protects us from mormons and wahabi islam.

Posted September 16th by Mastersheep
Mastersheep
 

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Edited October 3rd by I killed Mufasa
I killed Mufasa
long live the king

I looked this up and it was video games. I do not play video games (aka murder simulators). The love of christ is the only game any of us should need. I will pray that you realize this.

Posted September 16th by Mastersheep
Mastersheep
 

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Edited October 3rd by I killed Mufasa
I killed Mufasa
long live the king

This is extremely offensive. you do NOT offend others, says the bible. If you want to know why people laugh at non-christians you need only lookin the mirror!

Anyway, I'm off to do important things - namely pray. Don't expect another response from me, you are beneath God and beneath me.

Posted September 16th by Mastersheep
Mastersheep
 

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Edited October 3rd by I killed Mufasa
I killed Mufasa
long live the king

Yes, everyone is beneath God. Anyway I have a life to get back to, will not be responding again to your hippocrisy.



Posted September 17th by Mastersheep
Mastersheep
 

Yeah, the LDS Church is irrelevant to me. Although sarcasm is neither encouraged nor discouraged in my frame work.

Posted September 17th by nullfather
nullfather

Although sarcasm is neither encouraged nor discouraged in my frame work.

And somehow making that statement makes sarcasm the right thing to do? I'm sure there's a rhetological fallacy for that. (Edit: There is. It's called "rationalizing".)

Some day, Nullfather, when you decide that I am no longer worth tolerating, you will have to marry a woman of very modest mental capacity to have an appropriate audience for your sarcasm.

Edited September 27th by GC/MS
GC/MS
 

And somehow making that statement makes sarcasm the right thing to do?


Oh, no. Nothing I do has to be right. It is my action and I've done it. That's what matters.



Posted September 27th by nullfather
nullfather

Well, you know what everybody says. Sarcasm can only be found in people who lack the ability to come up with anything devastatingly witty to say. Now I know the kind of person they were talking about.

Posted September 28th by GC/MS
GC/MS
 

The actual line is:

“Sarcasm is the lowest form of wit… but the highest form of intelligence.”

Most people like to conveniently forget the latter half.

Posted September 28th by Moonray
Moonray
 

Sarcasm can only be found in people who lack the ability to come up with anything devastatingly witty to say.


Well, there's the issue. I only use sarcasm when I'm deadly serious.

Posted September 28th by nullfather
nullfather

But one cannot get people on their side if they don't have the intelligence to come up with a sick burn. I have a couple of master's degrees, but I don't use sarcasm. So don't give me this crap about sarcasm and intelligence. Sarcasm doesn't use intelligence. Sarcasm doesn't require intelligence. Stupid people can be sarcastic. There's no link here.

Posted October 19th by GC/MS
GC/MS
 

“Sarcasm is the lowest form of wit… but the highest form of intelligence.”

Check your quotebook, Nullfather. That saying is about puns, not sarcasm.

Edited October 31st by GC/MS
GC/MS
 

Is it?

Posted October 31st by nullfather
nullfather

Yes.

Posted November 10th by GC/MS
GC/MS
 

Huh. Where's that quote from?

Posted November 10th by nullfather
nullfather

I come from a tradional Catholic family, and I've had periods where I have fallen out of the faith. I find myself being pushed back more and more towards it, though, the Islamic and Atheist takeover of societies have been eye opening in that sense.

Posted November 10th by #85
#85

My position is a little weird.

I used to say that I was not religious at all, but under my current understanding of religion, I have to say that (except for a brief, depressing period in my teens), I was and am religious.

I am currently unable to accurately describe my religion, however. I'm working on it, though. But in order to bake an apple pie, first you have to invent the universe; similarly, before I write what I believe, I have to invent language that can describe it.

My manifesto will not be in English, the impure slut of the world languages. It will be in a European-esque language of my own construction, built from the ground up to be pure and accurate with regard to my beliefs. Under the Sapir-Whorf Hypothesis, I can use this to guide and focus my mind better than the disgusting morass of English.

Posted November 10th by nullfather
nullfather
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