Should we Rebel Against Morality?

Just because Catholicism/Christianity is commonly associated with morality in the west, does not mean that morality is a bad thing, or that it should be rebelled against. It is a logical fallacy to assume that because Christianity is a poor role model that morality is no longer relevant to a well functioning society; Christianity and morality are not the same thing. I see and hear people say, especially through their actions, “I don’t need morality, I will do what I want, screw Christianity!” However, this is just Satanic doctrine, not because it is anti-Christian, but because it is actually in Aleister Crowley’s Book of the Law, where he says, “Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the Law. Love is the law, love under will.” Aleister Crowley affectionately went by the names “666” and “the Beast”, and practiced pedophilia and espoused child sacrifice (‘Book of the Law’, chapter 12).

Free will is not the ability to do what we choose at the detriment of others, but the natural child-like curiosity to ask questions, strengthen our relationships, and deepen our intimacy to Self and others. Free will is the right to Self-knowledge, and not the exploitation of others to puff up the Self. It is morality’s function to keep one from harming others in their pursuit of knowing Self, for it allows a safe space for each individual’s expansion, growth, and deepening of intimacy. Morality places love over our will, while Satanists tout their will over love.

~Nathan & Aline​

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