The context of need is a good definition of evil. Any story, game, or circumstance that involves the context of need, involves evil. There are three aspects of this context. The first one is called, “Satan,” and is the general game or play of need — representing the context of need, itself.
One may be hesitant to use these words. One may argue that we don’t necessarily know the true meaning of these words as they are mildly archaic, and their original meanings may be, today, ambiguous. However, considering the simplicity and description of evil, they are rather fitting, accurate, and quite useful. Their historic awareness and almost mysterious power to evoke remembrance may be beneficial to the mind, which perceives these known meanings, even if they are not entirely explicit.
These words are pretty important in our minds, so it’s nice that we may be able to use them in our scientific and concrete understanding of enlightenment.
All of the demons are born of these forces. Let’s describe them:
The devil is corruption. This causes misrepresentation, leading to misinterpretation, while Lucifer is external objective. The keys here are 1) accuracy in information, and 2) accuracy of focus.
Satan, technically speaking, uses the allure and attraction, which is Lucifer, to generate a system of need and fulfillment. Satan is known to temp people from a true path, in part, by using appealing imagery, and, in part, by distorting what exists. Satan, himself, isn’t the source of Lucifer, and Lucifer isn’t his own source, either. The light is simply an echo being reflected in a way that is likely truncated, and also possibly distorted. The light, itself, being of a message of truth, is not evil. The implied evil in Satan causes damage is its misinterpretation, which can possibly result in untruthful actions, if one is not aware of what the light truly means. That is, if one simply sees the light, not understanding truly its meaning, then the context of need can possess one’s body, as if they were possessed by Satan, himself, which results in one deviating from a truthful path.
I have noticed this phenomenon in my mind occurs because the imagery looks like what is desired, although not exactly the same, and mistaking these cues for something else causes problems. The context of need can manifest in different ways. Lucifer generally guides the path of need, but the light may be interpreted in corrupt form, resulting in the reception of corrupt information, which complicates understanding.
Lucifer is said to posses the desire for continued greatness, so much that he one day becomes even greater than God; at least he thinks that. The delusion of foreseeable impossible greatness is a common characteristic of Lucifer. The problem with Lucifer, is that he looks at accomplishment instead of the self. He doesn’t see the absurdity of being greater than ultimate.
I think it’s good to think be aware of the real meaning of the word, “ultimate,” as it’s a useful descriptor to understand clearly.
What Lucifer sees is a bright light, outside of his reach. He obsesses, at least a bit, becoming willing to sacrifice portions of himself, to experience pain, to reach this light. He doesn’t see the light was just a motivational mechanism generated by his own mind. He learns to hate himself, thinking “the pain will be worth it.”
What’s paradoxical about Luciferianism, is that it’s not a good way to find success. The maxim that goes something like, “hard work brings success,” is a dangerous lie. Not only does it damage you, being damaged while working is less productive (and even more so if the process is a continuously compounding continuous pattern, bringing even feelings of worthlessness).
Why does this occur? The answer lies in CAT, (or, “the third state”). This topic has been addressed before, but to recapitulate, the body is made of many subsystems working together with different ways and memories, all for the same name.
When you prioritize something, the body begins doing that, even subconsciously, when it has the opportunity, as it is something that is good to do. You’re filled with lots of good things to do, going on all of the time. Now when you see the light of Lucifer, and you’re ready to give it your all, to leave all other thoughts behind, to break through all obstacles, to overcome all challenges, what’s happening is only a portion of your mind actually wants to do that, and perhaps the rest are willing to go along, for a least a moderate while.
However, as your past priorities get ignored, pressure builds up to tend to them, and many times that pressures wins; you then feel less energy, but often times, the allure of perseverance simply indicates a fallible belief that Lucifer still can do it.
Eventually either the majority of your systems revert to past behavior, to tend to those priorities which define you, or things start breaking. As an effect, you start feeling less well, less awake, less able to continue. Either way, you become unable to do the task.
It’s not only that, by that point, Lucifer often has caused some damage with the notion of sacrifice, and so perhaps you’re burdened by depression.
Remember, depression signifies that an angel of your system (a subsystem of you) has died and is missing. This means that the memory that it once carried — a memory of your livelihood — is no longer active and is no longer being remembered or represented. Depression seems almost certainly curable (sadness will still exist as an intelligent emotion) through the process of paying attention to yourself, happy or sad, intelligently and with compassionate awareness — in order to resurrect the living memory that has become inactive. Common are tears of joy or laughter in the resurrection of a subsystem of the self (which is a type of angel, or messenger of life). (When an angel is threatened or dying, tears of sadness may be felt. Again, listening, with intelligence, awareness, and compassion, can resolve the issue. The worst thing you can do is ignore yourself, as that is what causes the death of these living memories of self-existence. This means to understand the sadness and respond in an aware and considerate manner. Remember that your personal perspective is also a subsystem, specializing in a type of awareness.)
How do we find success without becoming Luciferian and falling for what is like a scam?
Lucifer is the phenomenon of the existence of what becomes an imposter upon its misunderstanding. The joy and love in life all comes from the same source. It emanates from your initial expression of the self, which is an expression of life. With the desire to change in order to fulfill a destiny, one’s self expresses joy in response, and one projects the light of accomplishment ahead of oneself.
If one replaces the true joy in life with the light of Lucifer, then one has corrupted the knowledge of the self, which is the first state. In this case, Lucifer impersonates the knowledge of the self. Since Lucifer is an object in the context of need, this creates the perception that the self must be attained, and in the midst of Lucifer, this perception can become true, as the knowledge of the self and thus its remembrance becomes lost.
You understand yourself as knowledge. Secondly, you understand yourself as a duality, expressing the various perspectives of knowledge. And thirdly, you understand yourself as a diverse collaboration of active (and living) memories. All three of these fundamental states of the mind can become damaged by misunderstanding Lucifer.
The first state solves the desire for singular objective. The modern person is physically and naturally familiar with singularity of objective. Lucifer is tricky in the context of singularity of objective, as Lucifer appears to be the objective, while only actually referring to it. Through various naturally incorporated systems, which may include the stomach, spine, and brain stem, an individual naturally is inclined to be aware of a state of singularity. Upon the presence of two competing states of singularity, the mind may experience a form of agony.
The second state avoids oneness by being two diverged interpretations of the singular knowledge of the first state. This divergence may be noted in the separation of the left brain from the right brain, but more fundamentally occurs whenever there is the concept of comparison. Referring to the brain’s dualistic structure, involving partially separated hemispheres, it’s interesting to note that neither side, on their own, may know the pronunciation of words — it seems it may take the agreement of the disparate perspectives to find a represented of the more holistic self, resulting in a singular agreement on the pronunciation of an idea into a word or words. Enunciation is the singularity in this perspective.
The third state also avoids the pit of unobtainable singularity (the mouse and cheese method) through the realization and understanding that your personal self-perspective is only one of many subsystems of the self and of the body, each a living memory of your deliberate existence. All of these systems communicate with one another to manifest the intangible and perfect self. No one system knows all about the self, and it takes care and awareness to be true to the self, which and who is known and learned of.
(Before taking offense at my calling the self a thing, I say the word, “which,” with reference to the same notion as the notion of the body being a divine thing, recalling that being a divine thing is a nice (and curious) feeling which promotes awareness of the literal and manifest self.)
Think of the third state as a society of living beings, all devoted to a single person’s will. They cannot directly see this person, but they understand this person over time as they become more resembling of the invisible identity.
These three fundamental states of cognition, knowledge, duality, and plurality, avoid Lucifer when known correctly.
You can be successful without 1) beating yourself up, 2) extending yourself beyond your means, 3) violating yourself with abrupt, substantial changes in demands, 4) forgetting that every moment of your willful existence is a divine treasure that needs to be sustained and appreciated for healthy existence.
I know this is a common saying in this archive, a recurring motif, if you will, yet, it still applies, and that means to not let your (naturally living) memories die. When you do something, the brain learns not an impression, but an action, and it continues to support and perform this logical action, perpetually. This neural subsystem that was formed in that process sees you as perfect and always wants to do what you were once doing, because it was you. When you disregard the self, by disregarding these memories, you find sadness and death.
There are people out there who are half alive; this is not uncommon; and that’s the real tragedy.
Zombism is a societally uncured, very common, and potentially curable psychological disorder with physiological implications. Zombism is almost certainly the root and cause of depression.
If a person is literally not fully alive (their neurology presents meaningless functionality), they are a zombie. It’s real. (Zombie fever).
Returning to the topic of avoiding Luciferianism in a practical way.
Success is wonderful. Be naturally moving forward. The greatest achievers, almost always, at the very very least, enjoyed what they were doing. Better than, “work hard,” is to work with appreciation of life. To achieve something, feel free to feel the wind of Satan’s allure, but keep oneself together, in awareness and care.
There is an assumption that working necessarily requires hardship. It is that the definition of working, itself, is not something that’s generally possible to do without receiving payment. Reminiscent of a mouse on a wheel, chasing an unattainable piece of cheese, while also avoiding the treacherous likes of death, the system of “work hard to win” is ignoring the fact that if working was what you would do if you could do anything, then the suffering related to work would dissipate. There’s, perhaps, a notion of necessary sacrifice, and I think this notion may be understood, sometimes, with a dangerous attitude. The idea is to enjoy life while also making life enjoyable, in general. Worshipping Lucifer nearly destroys the point of life, anticipating a point where life is accommodable, but not experiencing the joy that is currently ongoing.
The danger of Lucifer is that the inherent joy of life gets lost in a delusion of accomplishment. This delusion stems originally from an expression of the beloved self, but upon false understanding, becomes an evil overlord of desperation and dissatisfaction.
If one can achieve an ability to maintain their initial state of happiness, that is known at the introduction to existence, then one would find work to be, perhaps, a more joyous opportunity to experience the self experiencing life.
The initial expression of existence is of truth and love. It is when this expression gets communicated that it may experience forms of distortion or corruption. This occurs with the worship and obedience to Lucifer, the light of objective. Lucifer is supposed to be alluring, as it represents a directionality that one’s self desires. However, forgetting that Lucifer is not the source of his brilliance leads one to chase essentially nothingness.
Because the practice of obedience to Lucifer occurs secondarily to the initial expression of life, it would seem that as people grow up from children, Luciferianism is taught to them, and thus later in life, issues concerning one’s meaning and place with regard to the experience of life become apparent, manifesting in forms of meaninglessness, loss, and depression.
Since we have had, as a society, no utilizable method of maintaining safety in the midst of Satan, the Devil, and Lucifer, the communicated inclinations towards Luciferianism (and thus Satanism, as it seeks to promote the feeling of need) are damaging to the unguarded soul. Therefore, as one may observe, much of the world adores Lucifer, effectively increasing the erraticism of Satan, and, additionally, increasing suffering from various resulting ailments.
Lucifer is often a warming presence. To avoid the damages that his contingency of need implies, one should always be aware of their own life, such that one can understand Lucifer in the context of the truth, rather than blindly following him into depressing and possibly antagonizing self-fragmentation.
Even when your ship, so to speak, is traveling along with the winds of Lucifer, perhaps in search of a form of accomplishment, one can remain psychologically well by remembering from where the aspects and the generation of the light of Lucifer truly originate.
(Any deviance will lose its appeal over time. In order to move towards a goal, one must stay near oneself, such that the entirety of one’s will is in agreement. Otherwise, a task which inspires perhaps a glamorous deviance will ultimately lead to boredom. Deviances should be approached with caution, but it is possible to safely entertain them, so long as one does not find self-segmentation. Deviances can potentially work harmoniously with one another, if one is responsible in their actions, which result in psychological programs to occur ongoingly. In this way, the evil beings that may be dangerous can be possibly appreciated and enjoyed, but it takes a level of awareness and a sort of aptitude regarding them.)
Just whatever you do, beware of the light, which may lead one into a tunnel of external ambivalence, which segments and blinds the self from the self.
Returning to the more overarching topic of Satan.
How do we avoid Satan?
Satan is the context of need. Satan’s story lives through a type of distortion, which can result in misunderstanding. The distortion indicated by Satan is that one does not possess what the person wants, but can potentially possess it upon a form of payment. This is a commonly known pattern of the world, and it is a pattern present in the ways of the mind. However, it presents an illusion, which creates a distortion in understanding, as it does with our modern and highly ambiguous definition of love. If love is a form of excitement, as is frequently portrayed, then it is impractical, as excitement naturally fades, being a deviation from the integral self. The result? Illusory, false, and thus cheap, love, like a necklace without a soul or bracelet with a distasteful shine.
I say, “cheap,” because we understand price to be significant of importance. That’s the effect of Satan. By construing love and excitement as the same emotion, masses of people jump to it, but are left with… unimportant love. The joy of the highest standard is the initial joy, therefore, one possess already the highest love.
Similarly to how magic tricks vary and can use some of same techniques, while still being individually identifiable, the tricks of Satan also vary and can overlap in their methodology. These tricks of Satan, also living with the general flow and tendency of life and consciousness, can be referred to as demons.
Internally, it’s important to notice when you jump to a relatively far away bias of cognition. Accuracy of information is a priority, which entails accurate understanding and communication. It’s good to teach this to all of your systems, and they too should continue on the knowledge. If only your system responsible for perceiving information learns something, it may not become well learned. For something to be well learned, a holistic understanding of the material should be cultivated. Otherwise, you may only partially accomplish understanding.
One can consider Lucifer and the Devil to be demons of Satan. After all, they all function through the misrepresentation of achievement. It looks like achievement, but it also looks like a desire to sacrifice one’s psychological integrity.
Hopefully this explains evil.