Wednesday, 18 December 2019
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“My intentions were in the long run to perform the greatest task in the cosmos, which was to take Beelzebub out of the Black Lodge and transform him into a disciple of the White Lodge.”

Wouldn't it have been a greater task to convert Jahve?

I don't mean this in a humorous way, for the record. I legitimately just wonder if Jahve would ever convert and what the effects of that would be since he is the head of the black lodge. Would all of the problems be solved? Or would there just be a new leader of the black lodge?

Also if Beelzebub can be converted and our egos are demons, why do we "kill" them rather than convert them?
3 years ago
Jahve is a fallen angel. Beelzebub was just a demon who never knew the white path.

Yes, once certain leaders of any government are removed, there are always more people wanting to fill their place.

We seek to help fallen souls, demons. We do so by teaching them how to kill their own demon I’s, the pluralized ego.

For thirty years I sought God. But when I looked carefully I found that in reality God was the seeker and I the sought. -Bayazid al-Bastami

3 years ago
Fallen Angels were once awakening positively, created the solar bodies, and then fell rather than descend?

Demons were once men(with consciousness), who awakened negatively only?

Pluralized ego, are demons without consciousness of their own, except the consciousness trapped in them?

Is there an example of a fallen angel converting, or do they just choose to disintegrate in the second death?
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