Religion’s God is Its Devil

While the cat’s away the mice will play, lol…

Well, while the hive mind’s got all the ideologues in a frenzy over this and that piece of sensational news (celebrities, high profile personalities, deaths, conspiracies, scientific breakthroughs, and what not), I might as well take advantage of the silence and share a few meta-principles…

You know what I’ll do tonight?

I guess I’ll prove once and for all, beyond a shadow of a doubt that all organized religions actually worship the devil — that is, society’s hive mind; which is an extension of the greater body of parasitism.

I’ll do it simply, in fact…

Let’s do it by simply pairing principles…

We’ll start with a simple premise…

The devil is “God” in idealism (ideal), but in reality, reality itself is God.

Idealism, what I also refer to as perceptive valuation, is fundamentally divorced from reality.

Idealism is akin to a simulation of sorts — an imitation of reality that is supplanted into the human brain by the organism humans commonly refer to as “ego”.

Idealism houses the principles of: meaning, *belief (*opinion, speculation, intention, preference, ideation of authority, ideation of justice, ideation of agreement, ideation of self/identity, and intersections therein), symbolisms, deception, vanity/narcissism, (and the value in and of) acting, pageantry, etc — CREATION.

Reality simply houses the principles of truth, balance and natural organization — BORN and/or EMERGENT events, forms and phenomena.

There is no element of organized religion that’s based in reality.

Religion IS belief (faith), symbolism, meanings, *justice (*the perception of “moral symmetry” — punishment/reward/penance, etc), ideations of agreements, ideations of identity, ideations of authority, acting, pageantry, etc, etc, etc…

Mechanically speaking, truth and reality cannot exist in the same space as idealism.

For instance, you can have an ideal of a tree, and then an actual tree directly in front of you. You could never consider them as being one and the same though. The idea of the tree exists mutually independent of the tree itself. The tree is and/or represents a truth that exist in reality, and the ideal you manufacture of the tree is an image you form in your mind, which may or may not be consistent with reality. The truth of the tree will never fit inside your mind, nor will the image of the tree you produce in your mind bear fruit or go through a natural life cycle — especially in ways that extend to or reach reality…

There’s no room for truth and reality in idealism, and no fundamental purpose served by idealism in reality.

Therefore, there is no room for God (reality/truth) in religion.

God [reality] gave you eyes to see, ears to hear, a heart to feel and a mind to think with…

Society and/or religion’s God tells you to never question [its] authority, to never look directly at it, to deny your heart (your honest feelings, so as to preserve beliefs and sovereign and group power), and to avoid people and things that encourage you to pay attention, be honest and adjust to reality…

The attributes of Santa Claus and religion’s God are one and the same, because religion’s God and Santa Claus are one and the same; which are anthropomorphized renderings of society’s hive mind. “He sees you when you’re sleeping; he knows when you’re awake; he knows when you’ve been bad or good, so be good for goodness sake.”

Omniscience means “all knowing”. Reality does not deal in knowledge, as knowledge is a facet of belief. In other words, omniscience is (and/or would be) a facet or feature of idealism. The same could be said for omnipotence, in the sense that “all-powerful” is a subjective assessment, and as such, also limited to idealism.

What’s more though is that, if society is in fact Satan, then being a good citizen is in essence, being an ideal host for the hive mind to manifest through. That means, you’re probably one of Satan’s minions if your mind — that is your interests (fads, sensationalisms, trends, etc) is constantly in theme and pace with the rest of the hive.

That means, like the hive, you probably worship money, success, status, social authority, image, etc…

I want you to think about this very carefully…

“Good citizens” killed Jesus. “Good citizens” stone and beat women for being raped in different countries. Good citizens form angry mobs and murder people who may or may not have been falsely accused of crimes. Good citizens go to church and then go terrorize and murder out-groupers afterward.

When you’re a good citizen — which most theists believe themselves to be, you are essentially an agent for the aggressive hive mind (Satan) to manifest through.

That’s how it’s possible to be both a good citizen and a terrible person simultaneously. A person who murders out-groupers for fun, and rapes women because he can get away with it can still be seen as an upstanding and good citizen, if they’re called a police officer or a soldier.

They can claim they are Christians, Hindus or Muslims, and fully believe their intentions towards their faith systems can absolve them of crimes they commit against others and reality on a daily basis. They can (and likely will) forgive their misdeeds long before they ever give reality [the true God] an opportunity to.

Religion is narcissism. It’s vanity, and a silly gamble (against reality) that the group you’ve picked to define yourself by is somehow “right” above and beyond reality itself.

Religion is for all intents and purposes, placing a mirror above yourself and calling it God…

It’s the assumption that the group most convenient to your present or former location, lifestyle choices and social primings has figured ALL RELEVANT ASPECTS of reality out, and that reality itself must be stupid for not recognizing and edifying your beliefs.

Religion is intentionally blocking out truth and reality in efforts to preserve the convenience of belief…

…it’s blocking out truth and reality, so as to preserve the realm of idealism — the space wherein the devil is God…

I write to explain how I see reality through a unique lens that's been afforded to me.