Triune from Hell

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It's a description of the Triune from Hell

Submitted: October 03, 2018

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Just as the Father, Son and the Holy Ghost exist in the Heavens, there exists a triune in Hell. Let me introduce them to you. They can be considered as deities in a metaphoric sense. They are Lucifer, Ahriman and Mammon. They form a trinity and yet exist as one. Lucifer can be given a Nietzsche-an definition. Nietzsche in his birth of tragedy defined art as a consciousness of Dionysian and Apollonian elements. By the Dionysian, Nietzsche meant was rhythm and beat. The Dionysian element is a Luceferic consciousness. I would like to add on to Nietzsche’s definition as altered states of consciousness, ecstasy, epicurean excess, multiple gender orientations and all sorts of vices which pleasure being. Lucifer is the Lord and King and Master of all pleasures literal and metaphorical. Lucifer in the triune is the Father. The next deity which reigns as the son is Ahriman. Ahriman is an archetype invested with the persona of the human soul. Ahriman has two extremes one that of extreme irony and another that of libation and appeasement. Ahriman in the definition of Nietzsche forms the Apollonian element one of harmony, melody and grace.  The Holy Ghost in the trinity of hell is Mammon. He represents wealth in all its forms. He controls transactions of countries, monetary value of nations, the stock exchanges of the world, in short the very money you hold in your purse. Mammon can give you lucky windfalls.  I appease these deities metaphorically and it gives me immense pleasure. Things in my life have started moving for the better. Why even Christ has said: ‘you are free to worship Mammon or me’. Hell is a metaphoric game invented by Christianity to hoodwink and frighten souls to submission.


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