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High Priestess Maxine Dietrich
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Allegories

Postby High Priestess Maxine Dietrich » Fri Feb 08, 2019 11:05 pm

Most, if not all of the legends of our Gods are allegories that contain important lessons. For example, the legend of Tithonus.

Eos asked Zeus to make Tithonus immortal, she forgot to ask that he be granted eternal youth. Tithonus lived forever, but wasted away to nothing from old age, begging for death to come to him.

The important message in the above legend is to take care and be precise in your affirmations.

The legend of Orpheus and Eurydice where Hades told Orpheus he could have Eurydice back if Orpheus left the underworld while Eurydice followed, but on one condition, that he not look back. Of course he looked back and lost her.

The important lesson in the above legend is not to lose your concentration when doing a working.

All of the legends of our Gods contain important lessons.

Another one is incest among the Gods. This is not literal. This has to do with alchemy and the blending of elements and related from the same families within the soul. The same concept is with the Hermaphrodite.

True Satanism is Spiritual Alchemy and Ancient Paganism.

Nearly all of the symbols, legends, important dates and numbers in Satanism pertain to Spiritual Alchemy.

Sadly, the enemy has stolen, twisted and corrupted so much.

I've read posts where new members can't understand the red and black fonts used on many of the JoS webpages. Because of enemy corrupted information, they mistakenly believe this has to do with blood and death. Red, black and white, in addition to being the color of the 3main nadis, are the colors of Spiritual Alchemy; The Magnum Opus, the working that brings eternal youth and immortality.


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Dypet Rod
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Re: Allegories

Postby Dypet Rod » Sat Feb 09, 2019 12:07 am

High Priestess Maxine Dietrich wrote:I've read posts where new members can't understand the red and black fonts used on many of the JoS webpages. Because of enemy corrupted information, they mistakenly believe this has to do with blood and death. Red, black and white, in addition to being the color of the 3main nadis, are the colors of Spiritual Alchemy; The Magnum Opus, the working that brings eternal youth and immortality.


They're also very relaxing colors, naturally inducing you to become more in tune with the right side of your mind, with the "darkness". I always felt quite relaxed when reading pages on the Joy of Satan.
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TalGonDon
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Re: Allegories

Postby TalGonDon » Sat Feb 09, 2019 9:56 am

These types of allegories are there to show us the truth through a certain story or the experience of our Original Gods.

But when a person attempts to comprehend or discover that allegory, can it be applied to individuality?, for example, one story can have more meanings, or a story that can have more spiritual discoveries? Actually, what I want to know is, can we understand this individually, each story with its meanings all different one from another, or simply there is only one explanation without others

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BoRn of fire
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Re: Allegories

Postby BoRn of fire » Sat Feb 09, 2019 3:41 pm

High Priestess Maxine Dietrich wrote:Most, if not all of the legends of our Gods are allegories that contain important lessons. For example, the legend of Tithonus.

Eos asked Zeus to make Tithonus immortal, she forgot to ask that he be granted eternal youth. Tithonus lived forever, but wasted away to nothing from old age, begging for death to come to him.

The important message in the above legend is to take care and be precise in your affirmations.

The legend of Orpheus and Eurydice where Hades told Orpheus he could have Eurydice back if Orpheus left the underworld while Eurydice followed, but on one condition, that he not look back. Of course he looked back and lost her.

The important lesson in the above legend is not to lose your concentration when doing a working.

All of the legends of our Gods contain important lessons.

Another one is incest among the Gods. This is not literal. This has to do with alchemy and the blending of elements and related from the same families within the soul. The same concept is with the Hermaphrodite.

True Satanism is Spiritual Alchemy and Ancient Paganism.

Nearly all of the symbols, legends, important dates and numbers in Satanism pertain to Spiritual Alchemy.

Sadly, the enemy has stolen, twisted and corrupted so much.

I've read posts where new members can't understand the red and black fonts used on many of the JoS webpages. Because of enemy corrupted information, they mistakenly believe this has to do with blood and death. Red, black and white, in addition to being the color of the 3main nadis, are the colors of Spiritual Alchemy; The Magnum Opus, the working that brings eternal youth and immortality.


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Ghost in the Machine
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Re: Allegories

Postby Ghost in the Machine » Sat Feb 09, 2019 6:17 pm

I remember as a kid I was intimidated by the red/black of the JoS website because it's been indoctrinated to be perceived as evil or bad, to do with gore and fear, but it didn't stop me from exploring the site and leading me to the truth.

The necronomicon is also absolutely filled to the brim with allegory, many things regarding water, serpents and the words of power that were called 'the dead names'. People who read different copies of the necronomicon mistakenly took many of what was written within as literal. Allegories are a form of protection to the spiritual teachings of our gods so that they may not be lost or destroyed as there's an overwhelming amount of meanings certain phrases and stories can take. It is only with the guidance from our true gods that they show us what the allegories truly mean.
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