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    ORIANO

    All messiah's say "follow me, follow me". I say, "don't follow me". You'd have to try the ORIANO ritual and be the judge of whether you get results, or not. But the specifics of the ritual working is closely guarded secret. Do you believe in Initiation?
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    ORIANO

    Sure. I write under the pseudonym Le Philosophe Infidèle. Here is my Bio: Le Philosophe Infidèle is a provocative thinker who challenges conventional beliefs and dogmas. With a penchant for skepticism and critical inquiry, he seeks truth through philosophical exploration. Unbound by tradition...
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    ORIANO

    Here's the link to your number 1 theurgist: Link removed by moderation peas x
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    Your religious/spiritual journey

    Heyyy. Mythological Ages are recorded in the Enochian Calendars. The three Holy Texts are called ORIANO, ORIANO II, and Œuvre. Remember, though, I created the religion so I have to take the blame. ORIANO II can be found here: https://oriano.neocities.org/
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    An interesting take on Luciferianism.

    Interesting. Could you please explain further about how Duality is an illusion of objective reality? idk that much in this area.
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    Your religious/spiritual journey

    Heyyy. I read your post about leaving Christianity and your history with Paganism. I was baptized at 21 into a Protestant Church because I thought the Bible was the truth as a teenager but now, at 41 years old, I realize it's just a text. Mythological Ages span 2 thousand years and according...
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    Marcus Aurelius (121-180)

    I need to be more conscientious in this regard. Thanks, Marcus!
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    A New Creation

    The Enochian Calendar is a fascinating cross-reference. That Mythological Ages span 2,000 years. According to the Hebrew Calendar of Jubilees the so-called Age of Grace ends in 2075. Then it's the peaceful Millennium of Fallow Land. Then the Cycle begins again on a higher octave.
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    An interesting take on Luciferianism.

    I think it's more about perception than categorizations like that. Just that you had to invoke the Abrahamic name shows how ingrained it is that Lucifer has come to be seen as in opposition to it.
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    An interesting take on Luciferianism.

    I just thought the bit about God & the Devil was an Albert Pike-esque hint (if you can read between the lines).
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    An interesting take on Luciferianism.

    Did you get to the part about the True Name? Where the narrative changes.
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    An interesting take on Luciferianism.

    This link is an interesting take on Luciferianism. The author omits the definite and indefinite articles and doesn't use the verb to be without giving too much away until the narrative changes.
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