Absolution Never, Inspiration

Ahriman

One of issues I find repugnant, is people seem to think I’m here to absolve their guilt because I’m a priest.  I guess as people make the transition to Devil Worship, they can’t let go of the concept of the priest being the go between and the one set to absolve their sin.  Last I checked, as Devil Worshipers, we are to blatantly sin in the eyes of Ahura Mazda to offend and vex the slave master and its followers.  Please allow me to give you the righteous’s definition of absolution:

In the sacrament of penance, the act by which a qualified priest, having the necessary jurisdiction, remits the guilt and penalty due to sin. The new formula of absolution, since the Second Vatican Council, is: “God, the Father of mercies, through the death and resurrection of His Son, has reconciled the world to Himself and sent the Holy Spirit among us for the forgiveness of sins; through the ministry of the Church may God give you pardon and peace, and I absolve you from your sins in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit.” To which the penitent answers, “Amen.” In this formula essential words are: “I absolve you.” For centuries, the Church used the deprecatory form of absolution, e.g., “May God absolve you from your sins.” This was really declarative in meaning, as is clear from the fact that in the whole of tradition the priest who absolved was looked upon as a judge who actually absolved, even though he used the subjunctive mood to express his affirmative judgment. (Etym. Latin absolvere, to free from; to absolve, acquit.)

All items in this dictionary are from Fr. John Hardon’s Modern Catholic Dictionary, © Eternal Life. Used with permission.

I ask you to think beyond the standards that the righteous have enslaved your minds with, and realize that nothing is sacred, especially sin. These so called sins that are offensive to Ahura Mazda, are from stick in the ass uptight righteous control freaks who privately indulge in such activity.  They project the “dangers” of sin onto others to fulfill their self-righteous need for self-absolution.  Forget their game of guilt, that climbs all the way to the top of their ranks that stank.  So, the question is, what is the role of a Devil Worshiping Priest?

To inspire through doubt and vexation.  If a priest of the righteous is to bring peace, calm, and comfort shouldn’t the Devil’s priest bring angst, doubt, and vexation?  The followers of Traditional Ahriman, along with others who have contact with me regularly, normally only take me in small amounts because I give unto them these inspirational tools of the Devil.  This particular religion pushes its people to confront and destroy all those aspects that most find as weakness within their selves.  People use the religion of the righteous to escape their weaknesses and celebrate a slave master to attain a warm fuzzy, much like a meth or heroin addict.  What is the concept that can inspire such dread that causes such internal fright, the concept of rational truth.  Truth can set you free if your willing to accept it and work with to destroy the internal issues that hold you back from the Ahrimani Enlightenment.  For those of you who tread this path should be sitting down with your demons almost daily, we call this prayer and meditation along with the nightly rituals to allow yourself to use angst, vexation, and doubt to destroy the righteous’s programming.  For those who are unaware of the path laid out before us here is a copy of Ahrimani Enlightenment that has those prayers, meditations, and nightly rituals.  Just remember, you shouldn’t think that just because you replace the Devil with Gawd, that the rules of the religion stay the same.  On the contrary, the rules and game are quite different for both sides.

 

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