Category: Reflections

A Discussion of ‘Azoth’, ‘Atazoth’ and ‘Azathoth’

[Written originally as a casual response in conversation with V.K. Jehannum, then organically turned into a closer look at Typhonian Trilogies references to Azoth.] In reference to this: https://vkjehannum.wordpress.com/2016/10/19/atazoth-at-taghut/ And to a lesser degree, to this: https://vkjehannum.wordpress.com/2018/01/05/regarding-the-scandalous-origins-of-satanism/, wherein said conversation with V.K. Jehannum is found. WS was on point, whatever else she was saying, that there

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A world separates Judeo-Christianity from Herákleitos ho Ephésios

From Martin Heidegger’s Introduction to Metaphysics, translated by Gregory Fried and Richard Polt: [begin quote] For a more precise account we would have to distinguish here between the synoptic gospels and the gospel of John. But in principle we can say: in the New Testament, from the start, logos does not mean, as in Heraclitus,

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Music Thrives as a Reflection of our Becoming

When we consider humans as a collection of factors brought together into certain condition, the passage of time makes us also realize that we go through different states, and that there is never a return to an identical state in the past. We are also a continuous, rather than a discrete, set of states. The

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Prognosis de un Elitismo Personal — Parte III: Encierro y Apertura

No son pocos los escritores y pensadores que argumentan que una era en la que la vida es cada vez más fácil y que todo, desde lo material hasta una cantidad increíble de información que está más accesible a cualquiera, se vuelve más importante ejercitar discernimiento. Pero este es un discernimiento personal y no uno

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