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right hand path,left hand path and the importance of walking your own path

right hand path,left hand path and the importance of walking your own path

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Pope fraize discuses the various paths in the occult and the need to walk your own
Pope fraize discuses the various paths in the occult and the need to walk your own

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Occult paths and the importance of walking your own pathFrom the mind heart and soulOf Pope Robert FraizeMany people who begin in the occult will read various material and learnabout this concept of a path.Each occult writer chooses a path to center his or her philosophy.But is It really Required to fallow One set Path.Lets begin this article by defining left hand path and right hand path their origins and who coined the names.Let us begin with the concept the left hand path
VamacharaV m c ra
ā ā ā
is a sanskrit term meaning "left-handedattainment" and is synonymous with "Left-Hand Path" or"Left-path" (Sanskrit:
V mam rga
ā ā
).It is used to describe aparticular mode of worship or 'spiritual practice'(Sanskrit:sadhana) that are not only 'heterodox'(Sanskrit:nastika) to standard injunction, but extreme incomparison to the
status quo
. These practices are oftengenerally considered to be tantric in orientation. Theconverse term to Vamacara is
(Sanskrit) (glossed'Right-Hand Path') which is used to refer not only to'orthodox' (Sanskrit: stika) sects but to modes of spirituality
 that engage in spiritual practices that not only accord withVedic injunction but are generally agreeable to the
. .Much laterMadame Blavastsky , a 19th century occultist who founded Theosophy She had traveled across parts of southern asiaand claimed to have met with many mystics and magicalpractitioners in India and Tibet . She developed the term
Hand Path
as a translation of the term
, anIndian Tantri
practice that emphasized the breaking of Hindusocietal taboos by having sexual intercourse in ritual,drinking alcohol, eating meat and assembling in graveyards,as a part of the spiritual practice. The term
literally meant "the left-hand way" inSanskrit, and it wasfrom this that Blavatsky first coined the term.Madame Blavastsky stole the name making it her own andgiving it new meaning. This is the same sort of thievery thatwe see in the occult even today and I despise this sort of thievery. It is one thing to gather references for your work butit is another thing to take those references and twist themaround from their original concepts and make them intosomething that does not fit. This sort of Nonsense is seen so often and what is interestingto myself is that the people who commit these acts are hugefans of blavastsky and crowley.Now lets discus the right hand path
The goal for people involved in the Right Hand Path is to work towardan eventual union with a deity after a life of doing good deeds and astrong belief.Practitioners of the right hand path devote all of their time and life intomaking a deity happy this is something I myself do I am a Theisticsatanist I live and work for my Deity In hopes that at the end of myfleshly Journey I will be able to Join up with my Brothers and sisters Inthe After life along side the Deity.Theistic Satanism is not a religion created for people to make excusesto do Harmful disgusting acts to other people theistic Satanism is aReligion built on a strong foundation of respect, Individuality, and theworship to the Deity.

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