Not cool, god
In case people were curious
Do not give opinions or advice unless you are asked.
Do not tell your troubles to others unless you are sure they want to hear them.
When in another’s lair, show him respect or else do not go there.
If a guest in your lair annoys you, treat him cruelly and without mercy.
Do not make sexual advances unless you are given the mating signal.
Do not take that which does not belong to you unless it is a burden to the other person and he cries out to be relieved.
Acknowledge the power of magic if you have employed it successfully to obtain your desires. If you deny the power of magic after having called upon it with success, you will lose all you have obtained.
Do not complain about anything to which you need not subject yourself.
Do not harm little children.
Do not kill non-human animals unless you are attacked or for your food.
When walking in open territory, bother no one. If someone bothers you, ask him to stop. If he does not stop, destroy him.
@InsaneAnimeCleavage, what's the mating signal though? Cause I'd be a huge help to everyone
@InsaneAnimeCleavage, thanks satan
@Dick Gravatar, it intentionally vague. A mating signal could be as brazen as asking for it or as subtle as a lipstick.
I'm glad @InsaneAnimeClevage posted this. Knowing what these dejected people think is the first step in correcting things. The list is rather childish though, "uggghh I walk in this field of grass and you approached me. No, this is not a fine are you cretin! Prepare to be destroyed!"
@InsaneAnimeCleavage, I'm a Catholic, but man I do love these beliefs of Satanism. They seem to be the rules that we should all follow.
@Mattizzle9, I like the last one lol
@That one lurker, if you approach someone in a field of grass, you'd better hope your Pokemon are strong enough for the ensuing battle!
@InsaneAnimeCleavage, I feel just by reading I'm agreeing to somthing
@InsaneAnimeCleavage, they left out the part that says once you die you’ll be raped by the devil for all of eternity.
@InsaneAnimeCleavage, Well I’m like 66 here. Ugh.
@InsaneAnimeCleavage, Hail Satan!
Its almost like one was written 500 years ago by a group of people who liked to stab the sh!t out of one another. And the other was written in modern times with modern ideas of morality.
@BlazingBowman, I believe the point is also, that this document written by people who love to stab one another, is seen as and cited as the infallible word of god. His divinely inspired work. A rule such as this shouldn't be in the book, if it was indeed inspired by an all loving, all powerful being. He should simply say don't rape
@Inquisitor Kryptman, well it still is. The point of this rules was for the society. Back then a women that wasn't a virgin till marriage had no place and would be kicked out. So a rape victim was made to be taken care of by the rapist and if he did not was put to death . And also God did say don't do that . But see people don't listen so out of the hardness of their hearts He made alot of these laws. Then He expounded on them when Jesus came cause people still didn't get it .
@Droppaduse, yet the rule only works if he is caught. Should he get away with it the woman is incrediblely screwed. Also don't recall god ever saying don't rape. However, if you can point me towards the verse I would appreciate it.
@Inquisitor Kryptman, just back up a few verses in Deuteronomy they are painting all the issues of premarital sex, cheating, and if a man rapes a women . Even as far as saying as long as the women protest the sexual advance that she is held blameless of the act but the man is put to death. But you can take it further back to the commandments, thou shalt not commit adultry thou shalt not covet thy neighbor's wife or maid servants or male servants. Wouldn't have put time in those verses if rape wasn't wrong . But people forget that lavitical law was basically the whole legal code for the Jews . Rape was screen as a very serious offence ,people went to war over a single woman being raped . But because people forget how customs in other parts of the world are different than American culture they throw shade from one verse without reading the rest . Over in India people still do marriages set up by families and it's like a business deal.
@Droppaduse, I shall look into it sir, good day to you
@BlazingBowman, try ~2600 yrs ago.
@Droppaduse, although I will say, a flaw with the coveting law is it only covers those few it states. As for the others I will read when I have a chance to. Then I will comment on them.
@Inquisitor Kryptman, and to you as well . Going on vacation so not sure if I will get back to it . But have a good day .
@Droppaduse, I think you're a little biased when reading those passages. It's laughable to make the assertion that God had any part of the laws in Deuteronomy. Not only do the rules imply that that one can force a woman into marriage via rape and suggests rape victims should be killed if they don't yell loud enough but it also fails to understand simple economic priciniples like inflation or obselecence of currency. God turned lots wife to a pillar of salt before allowing his daughters to rape him into bearing children. God orders genocide on the Amalekites. Many times in the Bible women are offered to angry mobs to placate them. I don't think the character of God in the Bible has a very reasoned position on sexual assault. He plays favorites and regularly does what our people would call "dick moves."
The Bible seems to be nothing more than the mythology of a band of tribal murderous Hebrew slaves and their violent military tribulations after their embellished exodus from Egypt.
@BlazingBowman, It's a hell of a lot older than 500 years.
@Droppaduse, a) The do not covet commandment has nothing to do with rape at all. It is strictly making envy a crime (while also referring to women as property in a sense). B) the adultery commandment is based on what that means. If adultery is just cheating on your spouse, then a man couldn't do that, as they could have as many wives/ concubines as they wished. However a woman could only marry one man. The only punishment from said rape would happen if a man raped a married woman. That wouldn't be any better for the woman as she would be killed just like the man would
@Inquisitor Kryptman, A) except under the wildest examples of wrath, wouldn't the sin expressed be envy? We know this now with our modern understanding of rape that the majority a victim's know their rapest personally. (The stat could be bloated from a feminist agenda, I'm not looking into its validity at this time for this.) With this in mind it is a sin of envy, as you covet some one else's "property". Which back then they was, it's unpalatable to our modern senses, but with endowments so being practically reimbursement for the time and effort of keeping a child healthy, there was major incentives to keep a woman a virgin. So when some one rapes they are forced to pay a rather large endowment to compensate for stealing of their property.
B) a man could do that, I'm not sure what point you're trying to make. If you could explain and better detail that would be great.
@That one lurker, but if the bible straight up says women are basically property then isnt it a bad moral compass for today's society? Interpretations are just that interpretations. Even Hitler used the bible to push his agenda because it fit well for the people he was ruling. The bible is just another old way of controlling the masses. It's not anything special. Most religions do exactly the same thing but everyone of them has the audacity to claim I'm the only true belief system even though they dont fit today and interpretations are rampant creating factionalism.
@Runnin with scissors, that depends do you think that today's society is a bastion of good moral values? It kills children for vanity, abuses woman for prophet, and blames the fact that they can't do more of it on men. At least under the idea of woman being property women have value innately, now and days women are propagandize into being the bread makers by corporations. We need to reevaluate our society, a sudden shift to a family structured society, in my opinion would be better.
Also Hitler was a socialist, so let's not commend him on an outstanding reading comprehension.
"The bible is just another old way of controlling the masses." Yes, the bible has laws and moral codes in it, describing a dismissively is not a refutation of the work as a whole.
Not to sound like an attack against your character, are you a progressive? I'm asking cause you're looking at other groups while complaining that they don't get with the times. A trait exclusively only espoused by progressives.
@That one lurker, a) the commandment specifically says "thy neighbors property" so if the woman isn't wed then she would be fair game as she belongs to no one under all technicality. B) my point with this was that it wouldn't be considered adultery since the man is simply "acquiring another wife". So this doesn't protect them either really. Hope these clear up the point I was making
@Inquisitor Kryptman, A) at the very end of the verse Exodus 20: 17 the "or anything that belongs to your neighbor." Does a person's children not belong to the parents regardless of age?
B) I think it did, so correct me if I'm mischaracterize you. My main confusion is your rationality of why the husband cannot commit adultery against his wife?
I do how ever on rereading things from this chat see how things kind of skewed. Instead of stating the commandant against adultery Droppaduse should have made a case for 15 you shall not steal. Does this sound more reasonable?
@That one lurker, while you are making good points, and this is a fun discussion, it could go on for ever. And I don't think any one has forever to debate.
Ultimately my point is that many of these laws are open to interpretation and can be misconstrued. An all knowing deity should have foreseen this and not let it happen.
And don't worry about any mistakes in context when reading. One of texts many downfalls is the lack of easily read emotions.
@Inquisitor Kryptman, this is been equally enjoyable trying to explain points of view commonly dismissed in today's cultural relativism. I do agree this could go on forever.
I agree any laws intentions can be misconstrued. Cast doubt on any law and see how it crumbles under enough scrutiny. The Bible has been around for a long time and it's been the target I have a lot of scrutiny, but it's a healthy discussions on as it can be discussed.
To your last point, I would need to double-check at every time God spoke in the bible. By my current knowledge the only time outside of Genesis God had only said the Ten Commandments the last five of which are quite specific giving us a decent benchmark for what to do. As to his omnipotence he knew what he was doing the moment he put choice in the world, from that choice he gave us free will. A will we can use and abuse how ever we want. In Eden he gave us a law, that we broke, he gives us books with laws, that we break. He gave us freedom.
Taken way out of context. Seems like Christian haters are good at that.
@punsnipermark6, so are Christians
@InsaneWolf, as a Christian, I’m afraid I agree with you. There are Christians and non-Christians alike who take the Bible out of context.
why are satanists suddenly the nicest people around instead of public enemy number one
@Sweet Baby Jones, I think it’s because people are less religious and satanism (despite popular belief, they don’t worship the devil) basically just makes fun of how ridiculous all religions are and teach good ethics.
Satan: doing god's work since 666 BC
The difference is that the old testament is asserting that the girl is the father's property and that the man who took the girls virginity owes "property damage"
“How many times do we have to teach you this lesson old man?” So obviously this verse looks awful on the surface. However if you dig deeper, it’ll make sense. Essentially, this verse is keeping girls from being used and tossed aside. Back in that time, In this culture, if a girl was not a virgin she was most likely not going to be wed. Men just wouldn’t want to go near that, and women were almost property in said culture. So, this verse is basically saying “aye, don’t fvck with that girl unless you planning on wedding her”
I mean I don't have any problem with this upload directly but why is it on funny pics?
Reminder that the biblical verse is part of a larger list of rules about rape, some of which prescribe stoning
Looks like Im a satanist now
Everybody believe what you want and just live your lives and let everyone else do the same. All religious material is written by and inspired by humans. No magic involved.
What in the fvck did I just read?