Hi, my name is Rose
And I'm a Luciferian Witch.
Lucifer, the light-bringer. The morning star. Guide us to the path of Knowledge and enlightenment. When your light of wisdom touches my soul, I feel nothing but love.
Lucifer, My Liberator, My source of knowledge, My rebel, My light bearer,
Thank you for blessing me with the light of truth.
May the light of Lucifer enlighten all.
When it comes to Politics:
I'm an Anti-Fascist Activist who's also against Systematic Racism.
I'm open to civil political debates.
But be warned: I am a partisan of civil liberty!
PM me for a chat if you like!
The Dark Flower: I believe a cure to Racism is Acceptance.
I believe a cure to Fascism is sharing the love of Free Speech.
I believe the cure to ignorance, is understanding.
Let's make a world that ends Racial Division.
Let's make a world that's free for all.
Let's make a world where people can accept each other's differences.
A world of understanding.
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AtlDestroyerGoddess: i was speaking of those that purposely want to be a single parent but lack an education. The ones that have multiple children with several different men and have no male role model in their lives much less a female role model that can keep them from following the same path as being on assistance and living in self enforced poverty.
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Ravens Flight: It's funny how people pick and choose what parts of history they want to acknowledge to fit their narrative rather than accepting it for what it really was as a whole.
Many of our founding fathers were philosophical men who had various spiritual beliefs, it was not uncommon for colonists to have, for example, deist views. Somebody mentioned "in god we trust" existing on US money and "under god" in the pledge of allegiance. These are not laws, nobody is legally bound to accept them nor does it carry any significant impact on anybody's life here, they are simply examples of monotheism existing in American culture. Monotheism isn't exclusive to christianity or the bible. It exists around the world in an array of different cultures. It's normal to see local cultural beliefs reflected in culture, in sayings, as place names etc in an area, even long after those beliefs no longer exist in abundance there. There are many place names, common sayings, symbols etc in America which come from pagan, Native American, and an array of other various cultural beliefs systems. Just because a "God" is mentioned on your money doesn't make your country any more christian than all the place names originating from pagan gods would make it a heathen country. Even Jerusalem is named after a pagan god;
"In ancient times, it was common for towns to be named for the town’s main shrine and the tutelary deity worshipped therein. Thus many of the towns and cities mentioned in the Bible, even those said to have been home to Israelites, have the names of foreign gods embedded in them. In some cases the names of these places are in use to this very day, idolatrous deity and all. This is the case with Jerusalem, which the Bible and 14th-century tablets found in Amarna, Egypt, confirm was inhabited by Canaanites before it became the capital of Judah. The name of the city was very likely originally Ir Shalem (“The City of Shalem”), likely because the central shrine of the city was dedicated to the god Shalem. Shalem, aka Salem, is known to us from the writings discovered in the ancient city state of Ugarit, in today’s Lebanon. He was the personification of the Evening Star."
And of course we all know many christian holidays and their traditions are based on pagan holidays and traditions. My point being, America isn't a christian nation just because American culture has a certain amount of christian influence. "in god we trust" being on your money is basically just social-cultural graphological art. It has exactly the amount of influence over you and your life that you choose to make it have and no more. Same with "under god" in the constitution. Left-over traditional verbage intended to portray a tone of solidarity much like taking an oath on a bible. It's simply symbolic, you don't need to be a christian to participate, and it has zero impact on your day to day life or on how the country is run etc. The truth is, statistically in America, Christianity is a dying religion that every year inches closer to becoming a thing of the past, even after it has become mostly obsolete, American culture will still hold trances of christian influence and tradition for ages to come, just as it still holds ancient pagan traditions from thousands of years ago. That's how culture works, they build over time. But the fact remains, as it has always and always will, that America is NOT a christian nation.
By the way, speaking of our founding fathers supposedly being christians, that is highly debatable, some were deist, which many, particularly Bible-based christians, would argue is *not* really christian, but simply monotheistic, perhaps even heathen monotheistic.
Thomas Jefferson himself described the Bible as containing "the dung of ancient political agendas."
It is he who coined the phrase "wall of separation between church and state" in a letter to Baptists.
Also, "During his 1800 campaign for the presidency, Jefferson even had to contend with critics who argued that he was unfit to hold office because of their discomfort with his 'unorthodox' religious beliefs."
Thomas Jefferson was an open minded man who believed in the human right to practice freedom of belief and spirituality, and that is the very principle that the United States was founded on.
The Dark Flower: Honestly, we need to be careful and make sure America NEVER because of a nation of any particular religion. We gotta make sure it remains Secular if we care about every human being having a right to practice freedom of belief and spirituality otherwise we will lose that right.
The Dark Flower: There once was a Flower named "Red,"
Who changed into “Dark” instead.
She said with delight:
"I wanted more light."
And down on her path she did!
The Dark Flower: Lucifer, Satan, and the Devil are Holy to me. Please do NOT enter my spiritual rooms if you're going to insult me and what is holy to me.
I respect Christians and Muslims when I enter their rooms. All I ask is for the same treatment in return when you enter mine.
May the light of Lucifer enlighten all.
May the spirit of the Devil seek justice for all.
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lupedediablo: Xians don't appreciate Satanists coming into their rooms putting down their religious choices... We Luciferians deserve the same respect. The difference is that they come from an evangelical paradigm, and we come from a leave us the fuck alone one
The Dark Flower: Dear Mr.Trump, please exercise the Insurrection Act so that we can take back our country from these Anti-American, domestic terrorists. Thank you.
May the light of lucifer guide you to protecting innocent lives!
The Dark Flower: Today I've turned 24. Time sure flies huh? Thank you all for the support and for being there for me. I wish this year for the economy to re-open so that I can start my business! I'm counting on it!
The Dark Flower: President Trump signed an executive order to reign in social media. The order would cut federal funding for companies that engage in censorship and remove liability protections.
Trump is fighting Fascism in Social media by making sure they don't get federal funding or protection if they choose to continue to censor our words!
Fight against Fascism! Support Trump! Fight for your right to speak!
The Dark Flower: May the Spring Goddess bless you with a new beginning in this new cycle of life. Easter is an Ancient Pagan Holiday that is the celebration of the return of the Spring Goddess named Easter or as some pronounce her name as Ishtar! It is a celebration where the cycles of winter death ends and spring life begins. The Easter story comes from the Sumerian legend of Damuzi and his wife Inanna (Easter) and an epic myth called “The Descent of Inanna” found inscribed on cuneiform clay tablets dating back to 2100 BC. The origin of the Easter Bunny - can be traced back to 13th-century, pre-Christian Germany, when people worshiped several gods and goddesses. The Easter bunny and Eggs represent fertility and new life. I wish everyone a happy traditional Easter this year!!!
Enjoy your pagan heritage everyone!