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fösvénység és mohóság ördöge.

A világosság fiaival szemben állnak a világ (Lk 16,8), a gonoszság (Mt 13,38), a hitetlenség (Ef 2,2) és a Sátán fiai (Csel 13,10). Őket nem Isten törvénye irányítja, hanem az élvezet és a haszon.
Mani követői az anyagot tekintették a rossz forrásának

A fekete mágia is ugyanezen a hármasságon alapszik. (Mindig egoista szándék, domináció,
manipuláció, előnyök érdekében felveszik a kapcsolatot a célnak megfelelő létminőséggel.)
A fekete mágia nagyon erős hatású rítusokkal dolgozik, a sötét erők magasrangú lényeivel.
(Belzebub a Holtak völgyéből, Sátán a Halál árnyékából, Mammon a Sírgödörből, Behemot a
Világiasság mestere, Mollok, a javak és a pénz természetellenes felhalmozásának
nagymestere stb.)

a Targumokban és a Talmudban viszont gyakori. Jelentése: 'minden, ami tulajdonként birtokolható' (nem csupán pénz).

gör. mamonasz
arámi 'az, amiben bízunk', továbbá: vagyon, nyereség, pénz
Late Latin mammon, from Greek "μαμμωνάς", Syriac mámóna ("riches"), Aramaic mamon ("riches, money"),

The Great Demons
appeared 2500 years ago for the first time in Assiah. These demons are the creators of all other demons and the most powerful ones among them. There are only four of them: Freya, Karma, Horus and Mammon. Although there are old legends about a fith demon.

Despite their mostly human appearance, a demon's anatomy is ***ly different from that of any known lifeform. Almost their entire bodies consist of a unique form of solid Mana instead of blood and flesh. This is the source of their enormous magical powers.

While human magicians need a huge amount of willpower and concentration to controle their magic, demons can feel the Mana around them and easily form it like a kid playing with clay. Additionally all demons are very resistent, the Great Demons even almost completely invunerable, towards anykind of magical or physical damage.

26. The thoughts of wicked men offend Him who knows the heart. 27. The covetous man lets none of his family have rest or enjoyment. And greediness of gain often tempts to projects that bring ruin. 28. A good man is proved to be a wise man by this; he governs his tongue well.

He that is greedy of gain troubleth his own house

Κέρδη πομηρὰ ζημίαν ἀεὶ φέρει And again -

Τὰ δ αἰσχρὰ κέρδη συμφορὰς ἐργάζεται

"Riches ill won bring ruin in their train."

The word "troubleth" (akar, "to trouble") reminds one of the story of Achan, who, in his greed, appropriated some of the spoil of the banned city Jericho, and brought destruction upon himself and his family, when, in punishment of the crime, he and all his were stoned in the Valley of Achor (Joshua 7:25).

how Gautama taught a mother who refused to accept the death of her only child. When, half-mad with grief, the woman begged the sage to resurrect the tiny corpse placed before him, he replied: "Find me a mustard seed from a house that has not known death and I will do as you ask." In desperation the poor wretch picked up her dead infant and rushed off in the direction of the nearest house. Several days later, haggard but now sane, the woman returned and asked forgiveness for having forgotten that no living thing can escape death. As the Buddha explained to her the four noble truths, tradition records she experienced a kind of epiphany and entered the path.

Moloch reigns supreme by promising eternal life (never-ending growth), while actually delivering death to all forms of life that stand in its way.

the last words of Gautama: "All conditioned things are perishable. Work out your own salvation with diligence."

Shiva and Hermes. Classical Indian iconography always represented Shiva, the god of death and regeneration, as a graceful youth. Alternatively, in the Mediterranean mythologies, Hermes was a winged youth bearing in his hands the caduceus, symbol of the power to create and destroy.

respond to this crisis in creativity by working to replace the religion of Moloch, which in ancient Carthage was practiced through the mass sacrifice of children, with the new religions of responsibility that celebrate the logic of possibility.

(mammon) religion inspired by Satan tried to replace Jesus sacrifice at the Passover with this pagan "Day", during the controversal council of Nicea in 321 A.D. under the pagan emperor Constantine the Great, the worshipper of Mithra, as Pontifus Maximus the high priest of Sol Invictus, the sun god.

In the late fifteenth century, about the time of Wang, Pico della Mirandola put forth his great restatement of the medieval idea of the "great chain of being" in his Oration to the Dignity of Man. Here, for the first time, was the claim that humanity was a species essentially unfinished, and that through the exercise of will, the individual could connect himself with the entire universe and rise above any limited conception of god. The key to this self-transformation, Pico believed, lay in finding the common thread that linked Judaism, Islam and Christianity

The Mughul emperor, Akbar, attempted an analogous reform in early sixteenth-century India. From his new capital of Fatepuhr-sikri, outside of Agra, Akbar tried for more than half a century to transform the opposing faiths of his kingdom and break the stranglehold of the caste system by introducing a new religion based on the best in all the world's religious traditions.

the concept of individuality itself. Originally conceived as a means of transcending all intellectual and social systems that arbitrarily limited human growth and aspiration, Pico's idea of human beings as "divine chameleons," capable of ceaseless self-transformation, was replaced by an ideal of individuality that resembled the Old Testament tyrant named Jehovah, a close cousin in the history of religions to his Carthaginian neighbor, Moloch-Mammon.

Salvation can only be guaranteed to individuals, not systems.

a pair of intertwined cobras gliding up a central wooden pole or axis. The two serpents represented life and death, with the axis emblematic of stability or stasis. At the top of the pole is a circular ornament suggestive of the perfection towards which the two reptiles are climbing but will never reach - an ever-receding goal.
Try to separate the two serpents, the ancient Greeks believed, and they will both bite you. Life will become a kind of perpetual fever which we can never shake; death will assume the form of a vast negation, a darkness from which we must continually flee, while the staff of life, the great tree of knowledge itself, will wither and die. When the three elements are in balance, however, upward movement is assured through a spiral-like process that is simultaneously steady and dynamic, expanding and contracting, living and dying.


The pentad--5--is the union of an odd and an even number (3 and 2). Among the Greeks, the pentagram was a sacred symbol of light, health, and vitality. It also symbolized the fifth element--ether--because it is free from the disturbances of the four lower elements. It is called equilibrium, because it divides the perfect number 10 into two equal parts. Among the deities who partook of the nature of the pentad were Pallas, Nemesis, Bubastia (Bast), Venus, Androgynia, Cytherea, and the messengers of Jupiter.

Világosságot keres az ágy alatt, a kamrában, és a padláson, s amikor a világosság el megy mellette jól lehet szembe köpi és megtapossa, ha tehetné megostorozná és megfeszítené, mert a lelkében nincs ott megkülönböztetés lelke. Mivel az ember önmagát hiszi a legokosabbnak a világon, nem hallgat azokra, akik nála is bölcsebbek... így teljesíti be az igazi próféciát: Egy napon minden emberben leomolnak Babilon szentségtelen falai, s nyilvánvalóvá válik, hogy az a világosság, amit az ember rejteget nem más csak sötétség.

Babilon falai, amelyet magatokban építgettek, nem adnak menedéket az igazsággal szemben.

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