: Kitab Al-Jilwah: Book of Revelation (): Sheik Adi, Isya Other Religions, Practices & Sacred Texts > Demonology & Satanism. Before I decided to make my own blog, I did several entries on a friend’s on various issues I take with the use of the Al Jilwah in Satanism. Unfortunately, two of the links in my first blog entry regarding the Al-Jilwah are not working any more. Thankfully, I saved the information.
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Hardly ancient, the Al-Jilwah was watanists in the early ‘s and was by all accounts devised as a travel companion to add intrigue for those visiting the Middle East.
Particularly the whole mythological concept that the creator first commanded the angels to be obedient sataanists him though in Arabic Allah is often referred to in first person plural, which I find interesting as well and then to Adam. You know al-jilwsh Persian! Theocracies exist, and the dangers of living in one or visiting one are very real for people with similar minds as ours. I will take this to heart. You raise an interesting point: To find out more, including how to control cookies, see here: Shia schism might ostensibly complicate things a bit.
Most of the Iranians you’ll meet will tell you they love America so they love you!
Back to the politics, it really is baffling and as you’d say “unusual” – the US government and the Iranian government are starkly at odds and with good reason yet the citizens of both countries seem to get along just fine.
Naturally sharing this observation with the locals would probably not end well. It’s not for any one religion or philosophy to take up arms against this sort of thing – it is for the people to decide.
Oct 8, Messages: Not so much, ‘just veering off on a tangent.
Tehran is an great city with lots to see, cool people, and great food and music. I suspect you’d agree and even think that I missed your point. Yes, my password is: There is an argument to be made that early Knights Templar would have know of their work. So while it remains possible that it might have originally been a Yezidi document or contain some accurate reflections of Yezidi ideas, there’s virtually no way to vouch for its authenticity, or guarantee it predates the mids.
Regardless, while the text of the Al-Jilwah does have some Gnostic and Hermetic sounding concepts in it, plainly it does not have enough context to be used as a holy book– especially by the Satanist, whose modern Western sataists lifestyle has nothing to do with the pious, morally-conservative, God-of-Abraham-worshiping tribe that allegedly produced it.
Iran is an unusual combination of nanny state, dictatorship, democracy, and supreme individualism. satanist
This is also one of my favorite verses because this means its okay to be gay, lesbian, or bisexual, asexual, trans. Of course, both Christians and Muslims in the region would take great exception to this. In general, avoid the topic of religion when travelling the Middle East. Yazidi are even more insular as they claim to be sons of Adam.
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It’s a simple case of cultures and satannists clashing, the myth of one culture not fitting its parent myth and becoming demonized. Arjay Arjay stranger Registered: Now I know several Satanists who live in Iran. As fpr now I’m about as fluent as a 5 year old in farsi and tagalog, while the others I’m just picking up the basics; but hey – ya gotta start somewhere Granted the languages I picked are somewhat arbitrary – either because I’ve met someone who speaks it or that it is a native language of some place I am fond of going to or both.