Category: Community

Community

This blog post has been lingering in the back of my mind for some time now. Every time someone bitches about the “occult or LHP community”, or every time someone PMs me to tell me who’s stabbing who in the back within the “occult or LHP community”, I think about making this post. Or when […]

Ask A Daemonolatress (Complete with a Rant)

Admittedly I’ve been slacking on Ask A Daemonolatress and for that I apologize. I had a ton of deadlines from November until now, so I will try to answer as much as I can in this blog post. Q: Why do traditionalists have so much disdain for Modern Demonolaters and refuse to hang out in […]

Dare We Question Our Faith?

Late last month, I attended an interfaith festival in my city where I ran a table on Daemonolatry. Although the organizers encouraged visitors to step outside their comfort zones and talk to people who might challenge their religious views, I’d estimate that less than ten people asked me anything about Daemonolatry at all. Far more […]

2016 Class Schedule!

For those of you who are planners, I figured I probably ought to get the schedule up sooner rather than later.  (And no – you can’t sign up yet!) All 2016 classes (except the Ascension Practicum, which is a four-week course, on Sundays in May)  are on the LAST SUNDAY of the month at 1pm […]

Temple of Atem

Temple of Atem is the only online Daemonolatry Temple that accepts solitary Daemonolaters into its ranks.  Some highlights of what the temple offers members: Free Online Pre-Initiate Training Formal Distance Initiations Free Temple Events for Members Private chats/classes/and workshops. Discounts on demonolatry.org classes Study Groups Forums Spiritual Counseling Access to Clergy Commiseration with other Daemonolaters. […]

The Power of ‘I Don’t Know’

This past year I celebrated my 11th year as a Satanist. Near the anniversary I planned on writing a post about what I had learned and how my views had changed over that span of time. After working on it for a time, I began to realize that I don’t really like to write about […]

Color

Lately I’ve been thinking a lot about the misconceptions and “facts” that are commonly held about our community. The difference between what is perceived and what is real. Some of these perceptions are thrust upon us, such as the Devil-made-me-do-it Oklahoma commandment smasher, who has of course, already been debunked as a lifelong Christian. But […]