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Lucifer Rising

Styxhexenhammer666 sees Luciferians on the horizon with Generation Z.

Anybody with insights or experiences with Z people is invited to share any observations.

Rainer Chlodwig von K.

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24 comments on “Lucifer Rising

  1. icareviews
    December 1, 2016

    Reblogged this on icareviews and commented:

    What to expect when you’re expecting Generation Z.

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  2. guest
    December 2, 2016

    My two favorite videos of Styx, the friendly satanist, are:

    Carpet Bag Corporate Plutocracy is Not Capitalism
    and Social Alienation Five Truths The Coming Struggle

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  3. BMan
    December 2, 2016

    Of course, its the baby boomers’ fault.

    Fuck that weirdo.

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    • icareviews
      December 2, 2016

      Laying blame on any particular generation or one phenomenon is overly simplistic, of course; but Baby Boomers were certainly noteworthy for embracing more than their share of repugnant ideas and practices. The normalization of divorce among that generation, for instance, is something that continues to produce shockwaves. I don’t see my own generation as an improvement. The Baby Boomers, even though a lot of them went in for abortions, produced fewer non-procreative types like adult male virgins, angry fat SJWs, bronies, and other defectives. Even the “Greatest Generation”, however, which was strong on the family formation front, basically had zero critical consciousness on average and fell for whatever government narrative was in the news, resulting in their acquiescence in the genocide and occupation of Europe and the dismantling of the white hegemony in the U.S. This sort of intergenerational critique is difficult because it’s all so abstract; but I still find it interesting and do enjoy speculations about what Generation Z might bring.

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      • Hipster Racist
        December 2, 2016

        The Baby Boomers are called “The TV Generation” for a reason.

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      • Hipster Racist
        December 2, 2016

        The breakdown of family formation has, I believe at its core, economic and technological causes. I’m hardly a Marxist that has a materialist explanation for every human experience, but I think it’s clear that divorce, abortion, obesity, “Bronies” and adult male virgins are a consequence of technological and the resulting economic changes brought by the tail end of the Industrial Revolution (especially electricity.)

        And that the mass media (also an electrical/electronic development) has contributed to it socially.

        We’re animals and the product of our environment. We’ve seen how frogs and other males amphibians have turned neuter due to chemicals in the environment, there’s every reason to believe similar chemical/environmental factors are contributing to human problems.

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      • bob saffron
        December 2, 2016

        Of course as the State increasingly destroys individual enterprise and accumulated capital the family will see a revival. Homes will start to revert to the multigenerational model if only because external aged-care is expensive, the young are underemployed and unable to afford independent living and the single-mother family is viable only with government subsidies. Where affluence weakened it, poverty will restore the intergenerational compact.

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      • bob saffron
        December 2, 2016

        In the coming years, if you haven’t got a family you’ll be forced to gang-up for protection and comfort.

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      • BMan
        December 3, 2016

        That is my point about mind fucks. These inventions were never known before. People were taken in. to “blame” the generation is VERY simplistic and it pisses me off.

        For I haven’t seen any god damned improvement since. He thinks Gen Z will do something different when their minds are worst fucked than all the previous generations before them?

        Am I projecting now?

        My point is that I keep seeing each generation cast “blame” on another as if they have no dog in the fight. If the newer generations are any more discerning or better at seeing the shit, you couldn’t prove it by what I see in the world.

        Perhaps the “blame” should go to the freaks who mind fucked us all?

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      • icareviews
        December 3, 2016

        Individual family situations inescapably factor into a person’s assessment of the previous generation. If your parents divorced or were criminals or drug addicts, it’s probably easier to perceive [insert generation] as a failure and responsible for present ills. It’s also tempting a lot of times to want to lay the blame anywhere but on our own heads. I agree that “the freaks who mind fucked us all” should be a focus of our studies, but at the same time Europeans ought to take responsibility for a hell of a lot of stupidity, gullibility, and self-destructive decision-making. We’re not going to be able to right our course until we accept the responsibility for captaining our ship, the stowaways and saboteurs on board notwithstanding.

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      • barnyardboss
        December 8, 2016

        we fell for everything the boob tube squirted into our gaping consumer pieholes. uncle walter groomed us like a bunch of rotherham sextoys.

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    • bookooball
      December 2, 2016

      Hey Bman, your ad hominem toward him shows that you’re projecting guilt. He’s right, as soon as TV was on the scene it was game over. An entire generation took the bait, hook-line-and-sinker. Now people like me have to clean up the mess. Of course, this was all part of their plan. I’m sure you’ve heard of Albert Pike’s Letter to Mazzini…

      “We shall unleash the Nihilists and the atheists, and we shall provoke a formidable social cataclysm which in all its horror will show clearly to the nations the effect of absolute atheism, origin of savagery and of the most bloody turmoil. Then everywhere, the citizens, obliged to defend themselves against the world minority of revolutionaries, will exterminate those destroyers of civilization, and the multitude, disillusioned with Christianity, whose deistic spirits will from that moment be without compass or direction, anxious for an ideal, but without knowing where to render its adoration, will receive the true light through the universal manifestation of the pure doctrine of Lucifer, brought finally out in the public view. This manifestation will result from the general reactionary movement which will follow the destruction of Christianity and atheism, both conquered and exterminated at the same time.”

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      • bob saffron
        December 2, 2016

        Great quote. Thanks.

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      • BMan
        December 3, 2016

        So you think I’m projecting guilt by disagreeing with him that it is the generation’s fault?

        I’m from there and you are suggesting it’s my fault. Yet how much of that do I agree with and/or support? Its a broad brush and I know MANY baby boomers who do not fit your broad brush stroke.

        The reasons for the demise are decades, if not a century of mind fucks.

        There is not a generation since that has done any better.

        Did I just blame your generation? No. Because I am not a weirdo.

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      • bookooball
        December 3, 2016

        Your generation has two types:

        1. The type you hate, i.e. sheeple

        2. The type that thinks tbe answer is to call out the Jew as if they are going to wake up enough of type 1 to finish what Hitler started, i.e. YOU

        Whether you believe it or not, you are part of the problem. Not because I disagree, but because I can see how you are just as much a tool as type 1

        The people like me are going to indeed inherit the future because we can hold together a nuclear family and grow organic gardens and not be dependent on others even in the current year. I’ve been following your blog a while now and it’s pretty good, and yes you are a “weirdo”.

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      • barnyardboss
        December 10, 2016

        when i first fitted my tinfoil hat and tuned into the illuminati waves; it became difficult to ignore the cohencidences of pikes kabbala predictions. manson, i believe, was the fruition of luceriferian materialism: our helter-skelter pizzas doom us to a hell-fire oven.

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      • bookooball
        December 10, 2016

        sounds like your hat was fitted just a little too tight. I have a super-deluxe model, I can sell you a copy of the plans.

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    • BMan
      December 4, 2016

      The people like me are going to indeed inherit the future because we can hold together a nuclear family and grow organic gardens and not be dependent on others even in the current year. I’ve been following your blog a while now and it’s pretty good, and yes you are a “weirdo”.

      If you have ever followed my blog, as you indicate, then you know that I post pics of my gardens.that I have been ,married to the same woman since 1990 (dated three years before then) and have kept my family together.

      When that dampness drys behind your ears, whipper snapper, come say something intelligible.

      MmmmKay?

      Also, I won’t hold my breath waiting for your generation to fix a fucking thing. Most of you, seemingly, have not a lick of sense.

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      • barnyardboss
        December 10, 2016

        good stuff on your blog, Bman. Be patient with youngsters- late in life, I often forget how little I still know, but I do realize that I knew next to nothing when I married my lifelong mate in 1967. It is good that some of the coming generations are at least attempting to get free from the matrix. be well.

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  4. Sam J.
    December 3, 2016

    Guy looks like Dave Wyndorf, leader of Monster Magnet. On right.

    A favorite band of mine. Satanic? Let’s see their T-shirts,

    This is a good vid of theirs.

    A friend of mines kid, I guess he’s Z, plays some music for me he likes. It’s some kind of country pop type stuff. Me and my buddy say to him,” What’s wrong with kids today. No listening to satan worshiping heavy metal”(a jest just so you know I’m not a worshiper of satan…at all). He’s a good kid. Very responsible. The only thing that’s weird is they don’t go outside much. Video games.

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  5. Don Logan
    December 3, 2016

    I’ve heard a few other people make similar comments regarding Generation Z. I don’t know anyone personally except for my niece and she is the typical public school-indoctrinated drone. But it does seem intuitive that this generation would rebel against their tattooed, decadent parents. It’s probably optimistic to think though at this point they would be completely against the poz but it’s a start. This guy is interesting, articulate, & widely read; however, he’s still basically an ancap, albeit with nationalist tendencies. Therefore, Don Logan is at a higher power level & can only take him in small doses like Molyneux or Texe “Kill the Khazars” Marrs.

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  6. BMan
    December 4, 2016

    Individual family situations inescapably factor into a person’s assessment of the previous generation. If your parents divorced or were criminals or drug addicts, it’s probably easier to perceive [insert generation] as a failure and responsible for present ills.

    Even still a broad brush, although narrower than bookoo’s.

    My mother and dad divorced when I was 6. We lived through absolute starving hell.

    My dad was/is (he is still living although we haven’t seen or spoken since 1999) a destructive alcoholic.

    I could list disadvantage after disadvantage that I have had growing up and I still resemble nothing of what this bookoo pipsqueak is saying.

    My point? I am of the last years of the baby boomers generation, and as far as I can tell, I do not match much of his description.

    I know many people just like me.

    But he can keep pointing blame. And he can continue to dream that his generation, the one supporting BLM and Soros driven horseshit, will be the ones that fix this shit (without any advice and with purposeful alienation from a wiser, more intelligent group). It is this generation that was hog wild for Bernie, remember. Yeah, they will fix it all. (rolling eyes)

    So be it.

    But these children cannot even figure out who the enemy is, if that person doesn’t think jews are a part of it (the biggest part of it). Notice his childish “hate” accusation. He can protect them all he wants, but such stupidity proves it won’t be he and his that fixes a damned thing.

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    • icareviews
      December 4, 2016

      I wasn’t referring to you or to anybody in particular. I’m just saying that people’s personal family or sex experiences are likely a factor when they say that one particular generation or sex is to blame for everything. This intergenerational warfare thing may have some propaganda utility in promoting white nationalism as a kind of youth rebellion with a veneer of hip to it; but it’s just as likely to be divisive in terms of creating racial solidarity, the same as manospherean anti-feminism and various religious squabbles.

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