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Devil Means God

Postby HP Mageson666 » Sun May 19, 2019 8:05 am

Devil Means God


The Old English word of Divell [meaning Devil] is from the ancient Roman word Divus and Divi which means god. This comes down from the Sanskrit Devi the I is also a phonetic "e" sound, Divi is also Devi. The title Devi in Sanskrit means "serpent of life/serpent of light" Divus is also Deus which means god in Latin. The symbol of Devi is the serpent energy in the east, the life force energy that transforms one into the Light Body. The serpent was always the symbol of the head Pagan god. The word Demon is also from the Greek word Daemon sometimes spelled as Demon. Its the name of the Pagan gods and relates to the Kundalini energy. Just as Satan was the name of the serpent god of Egypt which became the Ouroboros in alchemy. This is the serpent on the crown of the Pharaohs and shown as the serpent halo over the head of the god Ra, which is the symbol of eternal life.



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Re: Devil Means God

Postby FancyMancy » Sun May 19, 2019 9:23 pm

I thought it would be from Devi.
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Re: Devil Means God

Postby Ghost in the Machine » Mon May 20, 2019 12:12 am

Would the use of 'Devil' as a name for or reference to Satan be inappropriate given how long it's been used as a negative connotation?
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Re: Devil Means God

Postby Jack » Mon May 20, 2019 2:51 am

FancyMancy wrote:I thought it would be from Devi.

It is from Devi which is another name for the Kundalini,indicated in the sermon. The Greek words are extremely similar to Sanskrit words as they are derived from Sanskrit.
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Re: Devil Means God

Postby LearninaboutEgypt » Mon May 20, 2019 5:05 am

If we take the word Devil back to the egytians would it be "Set" or would it be "Typhon"? Then again I guess both words are talking about the same person???? I guess both are "GODS"????? Please give me your knowledge on the subject.

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Re: Devil Means God

Postby LearninaboutEgypt » Mon May 20, 2019 5:49 am

I am posting one more comment because now I am thinking about the first comment posted. “Just as Satan was the name of the serpent god of Egypt which became the Ouroboros in alchemy. This is the serpent on the crown of the Pharaohs and shown as the serpent halo over the head of the god Ra, which is the symbol of eternal life.” The symbol for enternal life in Egypt is the “ANKH”. Does this mean the Egyptian symbol for eternal life(ankh) is really Satan’s symbol???????? If this is true that is heavy as fuck, DAM

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Re: Devil Means God

Postby Adrellis » Mon May 20, 2019 9:25 am

Ghost in the Machine wrote:Would the use of 'Devil' as a name for or reference to Satan be inappropriate given how long it's been used as a negative connotation?

Depends on the intent, I imagine. It'd be a title, as it's synonymous with other titles, most likely. But most likely not a bad thing, as it was used with respect.

it's another thing the enemy tried to taint.

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Re: Devil Means God

Postby FancyMancy » Mon May 20, 2019 2:22 pm

Adrellis wrote:
Ghost in the Machine wrote:Would the use of 'Devil' as a name for or reference to Satan be inappropriate given how long it's been used as a negative connotation?

Depends on the intent, I imagine. It'd be a title, as it's synonymous with other titles, most likely. But most likely not a bad thing, as it was used with respect.

it's another thing the enemy tried to taint.

If you go to a christian or muslim - or just about anyone, for that matter - and say, "I worship the Devil, Satan" or "I worship Satan the Devil", think what they would think you mean by that.

It would be either more appropriate to not complicate these things if explanations are either not wanted/listened to or not quite possible, or to provide an explanation that "Devil" comes from ancient language - ancient Greek (and older) and ancient Hinduism spirituality (adding which you consider not a "religion" like "religions" today, rather knowledge and culture), which means "Devi", "God", etc. Then you can explain what "Devi" and "God" mean in actuality. I would also add that in the parentheses, as well - "I consider ancient Hinduism not to be like 'religion' of today but more ancient knowledge and culture which was based on and around Nature" (we might not add "and Scientific" because that would open up another tangent, to say that ancient technology and science was more advanced than ours today...and who would believe you?!). It is easy to accept, and people know, that ancient cultures were based on and around Nature, so saying this is not a lie nor being deceitful. You could add "in simpler times - but this doesn't mean idiotic or less-advanced. In a lot of ways, they were less-stupid than people are today - they kept Earth clean and healthy, unlike dirty polluting factories and vehicles, etc., today which are killing Animals and making some species go extinct, and destroying the Environment".

For nearly all "normal" people, they wouldn't want nor need nitty-gritty details, so this amount, level, or degree of information/explanation should be enough. In case anyone who does, you should, of course, know what you're talking about, so that you can talk with them in more detail if necessary. They might inquire, or if you're talking about the topic already, you might have said already, or will say, that you're into ancient cultures and Hinduism, Buddhism, etc., and consider calmness, serenity, etc. (but not to be stereotypical like the monks and christian-style happy-happy individuals, "inner peace", perhaps). You might also say that you consider Rob Van Dam (a professional wrestler) who is into yoga and martial arts, etc. and relate this to DDP yoga, which a video was shared of a bit ago of a large man and his emotional attempt to lose weight and gain fitness - which is about Mind, Body and Soul in healthy and positive ways (which we are also all about); and that you are taking on board different things with culture and health, fitness and spirituality.

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The reason I say these things is because if people think you have your head in the clouds, then, you're just another something-geek, so you have to bring Spirituality down into what others would consider "real terms", with real applications which they understand and can actually tell, rather than just being a religious freak. For these things where I say "I consider" or "you think about", etc., that is if these do apply to you, of course. If you're not into wrestling/martial arts, then of course don't say it and don't try and use those arguments.

So basically, if we say "Devil Satan", then we'd need to make sure they understand properly. "Hey. I worship Satan, the Devil. Huhuhuhuh." Err, no. If we try to prothletise, then it won't work. We have to meet people "in real terms" with interests of theirs - if anyone is interested in something, then it might (or of course might not) work. As for me when I speak to christians, for example, "Satan is not the Devil; your jewish false-god is", and give examples of this from "the" bibleses themselveses, it means something different in context to them than it does to those of us who have Gnosis, or are trying to achieve Gnosis. At this point, one could leave that argument as it is, or they could go on to explain that the word "Devil" comes from a very ancient (much older than Greek, hebrew, and Aramaic) word "Devi", etc. and go from there - but then the christian, or whomever, might close-up and not take on board what you're saying, and revert back to "faith" and not knowledge.

At any (relevant) point, you could, if this is your style, remind them that "jesus" is the devil, appointing Child rapists all over the world in advance to rape Children, instead of protecting Children and not allowing it to happen in the first place - "god" admits itself it is the devil, etc., and also this biblical scripture also admits that Satan came and tried helping you to use your brain, which your evil "god" gave you but not just prevented but forbade you from using; prevented/forbade you from having knowledge of good and evil (by tempting you with such tree) - if we hadn't have eaten of that tree, we wouldn't know that "jesus" is raping Children worldwide - and you, dearest christian, if you pay your tax/bribe which you call a tithe, then you are funding this worldwide Child-raping mafia! This should be enough argument, but, we know it is not for zidiots. (You know what? I consider the word "zidiot" to be the last, final stage/amount/extreme of idiocy; the idiot is so idiotic that it is a zidiot, very probably too far gone, past the point of no return.)
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Re: Devil Means God

Postby ASQV13886662080 » Mon May 20, 2019 8:11 pm

HP Mageson666 wrote:Devil Means God


The Old English word of Divell [meaning Devil] is from the ancient Roman word Divus and Divi which means god. This comes down from the Sanskrit Devi the I is also a phonetic "e" sound, Divi is also Devi. The title Devi in Sanskrit means "serpent of life/serpent of light" Divus is also Deus which means god in Latin. The symbol of Devi is the serpent energy in the east, the life force energy that transforms one into the Light Body. The serpent was always the symbol of the head Pagan god. The word Demon is also from the Greek word Daemon sometimes spelled as Demon. Its the name of the Pagan gods and relates to the Kundalini energy. Just as Satan was the name of the serpent god of Egypt which became the Ouroboros in alchemy. This is the serpent on the crown of the Pharaohs and shown as the serpent halo over the head of the god Ra, which is the symbol of eternal life.



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Daemon was a title for divine guides in ancient Greece, but described as "intermediary" between man and "god".

However, this context is likely representative of the position they held the Daemons in as actual beings teaching the "word" of "god" the logos.

I note an obvious relation between Demon and demonstrate, that of teaching by actually showing one the way.

As far as the word god goes, god is most likely a way of saying goat, and there is certainly plenty of evidence to presume that it does in the same context that the goat of Capricorn is a symbol of the Devil.

Capricorn the goat is the the pragmatic Magnum Opus of one's life, reflecting the peak condition of life having a foundation of enduring discipline.

If you want to be a worldly master, you must first master your own world as the microcosm, from there on radiating your condition into the periphery of your influence.

To become a god is not an easy process, it takes years of gradually inclined discipline.

The Daemons as Devils themselves are divinities, demonstrators of the logos and the process of embodying it's creation beyond the entropic tendencies of the lower octave of Saturn.
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Re: Devil Means God

Postby FancyMancy » Tue May 21, 2019 2:00 am

Jack wrote:
FancyMancy wrote:I thought it would be from Devi.

It is from Devi which is another name for the Kundalini,indicated in the sermon. The Greek words are extremely similar to Sanskrit words as they are derived from Sanskrit.

Oh, yeah. :)

ASQV13886662080 wrote:I note an obvious relation between Demon and demonstrate, that of teaching by actually showing one the way.

Yeah, I can't help but notice that every time now.
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Re: Devil Means God

Postby HorusLucis » Tue May 21, 2019 6:51 am

This is a nice Sermon...
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Re: Devil Means God

Postby HP Mageson666 » Wed May 22, 2019 1:51 am

Demon was the title of the Gods, Dionysus was called "Good Demon" and Zeus sent Guardian Demons to humans to help them on the spiritual path. Demon relates to the light body state.

The ancient Greeks didn't believe in a monotheistic god, they referred to a universe force of Ether. You can still find this within the works of Aristotle and such. Despite the Jews destroyed most of his works and corrupted much of the rest to conform to the Jewish lie of Christianity.

Logos was relating to using the Hermetic teachings to transform oneself into the Soma Sophia the wisdom body. The Logos is the Greek version of the Body of the Devi in Sanskrit in which the Sanskrit letters and their correspondences are placed within the human soul to transform it into the light body.

Thoth was called the Logos. The books of Thoth were based on how to achieve this process. The Egyptians held the books of Thoth so important they kept golden copies of them as gold lasts forever, within underground Temples that were their version of Fort Knox.

ASQV13886662080 wrote:
Daemon was a title for divine guides in ancient Greece, but described as "intermediary" between man and "god".

However, this context is likely representative of the position they held the Daemons in as actual beings teaching the "word" of "god" the logos..


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