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Pantheopsychic dependence of Satan upon Christ

Postby phenomenal_graffiti » Sat Mar 28, 2020 6:35 am

At a poignant moment in the film "The Last Temptation Of Christ," Jesus Christ as portrayed by William Dafoe cathartically admits the supremacy of Lucifer (Christians everywhere frantically diving toward their DVD players to shut off the blasphemous moment). Process theology, meanwhile, states that Lucifer is the Fourth God, the fourth ruler in a Tetrarchy in which Satan shares equal power and authority with the Trinity.

Pantheopsychic theism, meanwhile, bends low to whisper in the ear of William Defoe's Christ that he has it backwards: Satan is a creation of the Crucified Man, and exist only as long as the Crucified Man non-lucidly dreams. Within this non-lucid dream there is of course the Violence, but also the Satanic philosophy of the Gospel of Separation and Difference and The Obfuscation, by which through the agency of Christ as he non-lucidly dreams Satan is able to form our sub-dimensional consciousness into the shape of biological jeopardy and the natural world, a shape that tempts a special, convincing reason (a reason that tempts atheism or at least, the impotence of a good God).

But if PC is true this philosophy is a false construct, as Satan and evil in any form is formed, ultimately, by the creativity of God gone awry in the uncontrolled chaos of non-lucid dreaming.

Satan, therefore, depends upon Christ as Satan's continued existence and the very material and content of his thoughts and actions depends upon what Christ non-lucidly dreams as he is crucified.

It states in the Bible that all things are created by God: in Pantheopsychic Christianity this is quite true, as every person is a figment of God's imagination and artistic creativity in the "just so" shape and form of his happenstance thought, one's state of being dependent upon whether or not God imagines or dreams one while fully awake (the Impervious One), non-lucidly dreaming (the Crucified Man), or lucidly dreaming (the Lucid Dreamer).

I remember a scene In the film "The Devil's Advocate" in which Satan (Al Pacino)'s daughter Christabella (Connie Nielson) laughingly mocks Christ, holding out her arms crucifixion-style riddling "Who am I?"

Oh, the irony.
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Re: Pantheopsychic dependence of Satan upon Christ

Postby Meno_ » Sun Mar 29, 2020 5:40 pm

phenomenal_graffiti wrote:At a poignant moment in the film "The Last Temptation Of Christ," Jesus Christ as portrayed by William Dafoe cathartically admits the supremacy of Lucifer (Christians everywhere frantically diving toward their DVD players to shut off the blasphemous moment). Process theology, meanwhile, states that Lucifer is the Fourth God, the fourth ruler in a Tetrarchy in which Satan shares equal power and authority with the Trinity.

Pantheopsychic theism, meanwhile, bends low to whisper in the ear of William Defoe's Christ that he has it backwards: Satan is a creation of the Crucified Man, and exist only as long as the Crucified Man non-lucidly dreams. Within this non-lucid dream there is of course the Violence, but also the Satanic philosophy of the Gospel of Separation and Difference and The Obfuscation, by which through the agency of Christ as he non-lucidly dreams Satan is able to form our sub-dimensional consciousness into the shape of biological jeopardy and the natural world, a shape that tempts a special, convincing reason (a reason that tempts atheism or at least, the impotence of a good God).

But if PC is true this philosophy is a false construct, as Satan and evil in any form is formed, ultimately, by the creativity of God gone awry in the uncontrolled chaos of non-lucid dreaming.

Satan, therefore, depends upon Christ as Satan's continued existence and the very material and content of his thoughts and actions depends upon what Christ non-lucidly dreams as he is crucified.

It states in the Bible that all things are created by God: in Pantheopsychic Christianity this is quite true, as every person is a figment of God's imagination and artistic creativity in the "just so" shape and form of his happenstance thought, one's state of being dependent upon whether or not God imagines or dreams one while fully awake (the Impervious One), non-lucidly dreaming (the Crucified Man), or lucidly dreaming (the Lucid Dreamer).

I remember a scene In the film "The Devil's Advocate" in which Satan (Al Pacino)'s daughter Christabella (Connie Nielson) laughingly mocks Christ, holding out her arms crucifixion-style riddling "Who am I?"

Oh, the irony.



No irony when against overwhelming odds that lack of belief represents, some One cries out, " Oh men of so little faith"!
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Re: Pantheopsychic dependence of Satan upon Christ

Postby phenomenal_graffiti » Sun Mar 29, 2020 5:56 pm

No irony when against overwhelming odds that lack of belief represents, some One cries out, " Oh men of so little faith"!


No argument there when it comes to irony in terms of faith in unproven imagination (that nevertheless may be objectively true in the external world for all one knows or believes), but the statement refers to a fictionalized version of Satan and his daughter derisively pantomiming Christ while, if Pantheopsychic Christianity is true, he is the source of their continued existence.
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Re: Pantheopsychic dependence of Satan upon Christ

Postby Meno_ » Sun Mar 29, 2020 7:09 pm

sure but evil or the devil can not integrate the under lying continuum that does not avail to his senses, his sub personalities become an annexation, he is acting in bad faith on a misplaced stage, in fact he can be fooled by Faust by sleight of hand.
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Re: Pantheopsychic dependence of Satan upon Christ

Postby phenomenal_graffiti » Sun Mar 29, 2020 7:36 pm

sure but evil or the devil can not integrate the under lying continuum that does not avail to his senses, his sub personalities become an annexation, he is acting in bad faith on a misplaced stage, in fact he can be fooled by Faust by sleight of hand.


This is true, if PC is true. I suspect Satan may suffer a perceptual and psychological aphasia in which he either cannot perceive or cannot believe facts that negate his worldview.

"Faust" in PC is the God-substance.
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Re: Pantheopsychic dependence of Satan upon Christ

Postby phenomenal_graffiti » Tue May 19, 2020 1:03 am

sure but evil or the devil can not integrate the under lying continuum that does not avail to his senses


Thinking about your statement here and there since I first read it, it's interesting you said this, as it is the subject of an upcoming thread on a strange property of Satan's consciousness.

his sub personalities become an annexation


Watching documentarys about Gary Ridgeway, the Green River.Killer and Richard Ramirez, The Night Stalker among others, it's somewhat clear those are sub-personalities or glamours of Satan for sure.
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