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[–] Phobos_Mothership 1 points 31 points (+32|-1) ago 

I made a short response video to this video expressing my concerns with using the word 'satanic' too much, as these forms of cults can worship anything from Satan to Moloch to a made-up-brand-new cult diety. We don't want to be overly specific, best keep the focus around chid trafficking rings and child sexual abuse rings

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[–] PieInTheEye 1 points 23 points (+24|-1) ago 

'Thelemic' is actually a better terminology.

It covers every possible deification or pseudo-deification of 'Scientific Illuminism' (as Crowley called it), right down to the belief that every man/women themselves, is the only 'god' of consequence.

The Spirit Cooking and sexual sacrementalization using 'handkerchiefs', is specifically derived from Thelemic transgressionalism. The best quote that there is about Thelema is the following:

Regarding Crowley's antidemocratic, racist and misanthropic writings, followers point out: "The reason [...] aspects of Thelema are omitted [in public discussion] indicates the actual problem with presenting Thelema as a religion and attempting to get Thelema sanctioned by the government or approved by the public: Thelema is ultimately in contrast to and transgressive of normative society. Thelema rejects the morals and values of normative society and acts to transgress and violate these norms. From the inclusion of intoxicants in ritual, to the positive view of sexuality, which frequently is seen as promoting promiscuity, to the pro–authoritarian and Nietzschian aspects of Thelema, normative society has much to reject in Thelema and conversely, Thelema encourages its adherents to reject most aspects of normative society." (O.T.O.'s "Journal of Thelemic Studies", 1;2, 2008, http://thelemicstudies.com/JoTS1–2.pdf, pg 40)

As a Christian my bias would be to call it Satanic, because all of this self-deification is the Biblical definition of Satanic ideology, though you are probably correct that certain occult and elite communities would use pedantic specificity as an argument against generality towards comunal, even ritual, organized transgressive behavior. Abramovic and the Podesta's obviously revel in their association with transgressive 'art', and try to use this as a cover for their true inner beliefs (though Abramovic's Twitter handle included the number 666; revealing at least a Thelemic foundation).

They use the term 'Satan' or 'Satanism' as a canard in little word games to mock their detractors.

As such, we should use specificity against them, and just call their belief systems Thelemic. Nuance can work both ways, and would interest third parties more in the topics being discussed, because the word 'satan' just invokes the usual glazed eye syndrome where people instantly turn off from the discussion, like someone blew a dog whistle in their ear.

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[–] Phobos_Mothership 1 points 6 points (+7|-1) ago 

Well written, anon. Have teh upvote.

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[–] amCassandraAMA 0 points 6 points (+6|-0) ago  (edited ago)

you, Sir, have a very sharp mind.

I will follow your suggestion and call them thelemic in future.

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[–] SayWhatNOWAY 0 points 6 points (+6|-0) ago 

No matter what anyone calls it, it is freaking Evil Sick Disgusting Satanism!

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[–] CosmicChrist 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago  (edited ago)

I would ask you to do a little more research on these topics because you seem to not really understand Thelema or Crowely. You admit to your Christian bias, so please read this shot essay by US general Micheal Aquino. http://soa-gild.blogspot.com/2008/08/horns-across-water-satanism-in-britain.html?m=1

Aquino is high priest of the Setian Church. The temple of Set is the evolution of LaVey's church of Satan, and has replaced the old Satanist model. They consider themselves"puritan Satanists", if you will.

You will see in that essay that Satanism and Thelema are certainly not the same thing, they say it outright.

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[–] nowiknow 1 points 7 points (+8|-1) ago 

also bc if you mention satan, normies will dismiss it w/o listening. they arent ready for that aspect in the beginning.

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[–] BrutalWhale 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago 

Agreed, most people will be less likely to listen if it involves religion.

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[–] Sentastixc 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

Right, PedoFiles or Pedocracy are better terms to run with

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[–] Phobos_Mothership 1 points 6 points (+7|-1) ago  (edited ago)

#PedoFiles #Pedocracy #Pedogate #PedoElite

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[–] ChEwBuBbLeGuMkIcKaSs 1 points -1 points (+0|-1) ago 

So you want to protect Satanists, is that correct? I smell you shill.