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  • Название: The Devil: Suicide, Apocalypse & The Abyss
  • Автор: Timothy Donaghue

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— Bombshells —

Bombshells
BLASTS IN THE BRIMSTONE MINE

No graver evil exists than adversarial apostasy in the purview
of The Tribe. So much so that they personified the essence
of this evil into an archetype known as The Devil. (page 35)
Let it be known: religion does not need to exist in order for
humans to fall in love with truth, goodness, and beauty—a
person need only bathe in the rainbow light of the world’s
grandest marvels while freed from under the ominous
shadow of a fictional god. (p.39)
As if forged out of the purest gold the earth’s crust could
muster, this cosmic maxim—love life—becomes the most
precious legal tender of the species. In the form of a mutual,
consensual social contract: love one another. (p.40)
If humans conceived god and then believed that god created
them in reverse, what does that say about humans? Does not
a parent who believes their own child gave birth to them rank
below an animal? Even a worm knows its own eggs. (p.55)
Thus, god refers to a frozen being, a fixed being, a static being, an ossified being, a fossilized being, a dead being. The
English lexicon possesses a word for this: corpse. (p.57)
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It is nothing short of remarkable that humanity still cannot
stare reality straight in its cosmic eyes and affirm: you owe us
nothing, and we owe you thing. (p.59)
For the death of god denotes the death of idealism in mankind. The most toxic intellectual venom caused mankind to
fall into a coma over ten thousand years ago. Who can possibly prognosticate what illness and madness will ensue when he
finally opens his eyes and sees reality for the first time, moreover, when it dawns on him how much evil he committed in
his stupor? His ocean of tears would drown the earth. (p.61)
For so long humans have glorified their own existence. They
have claimed to be the privileged sons and daughters of perfect gods—a political rank above royalty!—and yet in this
vain ivory tower they have not once considered the possibility
that they rank on par with fecal matter on the weighted scale
of the universe. (p.65)
Perhaps the secret to life lies in an alternate viewpoint altogether. Rather than injecting anesthesia to numb away the
storm... chase after the storm. Descend into the brimstone
mine of hell and summon its devils to conspire on earth!
(p.69)
When a person jumps into the air, they inevitably hit the
ground. When a species militantly breeds absolutist ideology
into itself for over ten thousand years, they inevitably suffer
an apocalypse of the psyche, an Armageddon of the intellect,
a nuclear winter of the soul. (p.76)
Virtually all major earthly ideologies have entered the nihilistic stage, and they all converge to form an inescapable psychic black hole right now. The only shelter lies in the abyss
of one’s own head. Every single human being from now into
the future will experience fallout in the abyss. (p.79)
Anyone who enjoys the freedom of their own personal moral
valuation cannot be anything other than a joyful pessimist in
a world full of nihilists! (p.81) •
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— Timothy —

Timothy

“He lives through photographs of paintings. His ocean
of tears could drown the earth. He classifies as an endangered
species, so you need to fight for him.”

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— Timothy —

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— Dedication —

Dedication

I

DEDICATE this dissertation to the only man in history who ever thought like me, Friedrich Nietzsche.
His ideas permeate this treatise so thoroughly, you can
almost smell his cologne on the pages. •

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— Dedication —

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— Confession —

Confession

B

ROTHER Friedrich insisted that a philosopher is
nothing more than a confessor. He means the psychology of an intellectual underlies and justifies
their worldview—that a man or woman’s psychology and
philosophy cannot be separated.
I chiseled these essays as I entered into the most pessimistic and jaded mood of my life thus far. Did the ideas cause
the mood or did the mood cause the ideas?
Honestly, the creation of this hurt very badly. I would
often close my laptop consumed by a dreadful nausea, which
haunted me the rest of the day. I ideated suicide incessantly
and became distant and apathetic to all the loving women in
my life, whom felt worried sick—one even reported me to an
authority as a danger to myself.
Nietzsche casually referenced the abyss in his own prose.
It denotes an intellectual position of nonentity or non-ideology, an acceptance of unreality and amorality—to unveil false
appearance. In simplest terms, it entails abandonment of
faith in absolutist ideals like god, soul, morality, truth,
beauty, and eternity.
In the abyss, psychic disillusionment and pessimism ensue. Nevertheless, as gloomy and unpleasant as this sounds,
Nietzsche did not espouse traditional pessimism per se. To
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— Confession —
the contrary, he entreated fellow travelers to love life with his
maxim amor fati, that is, love of fate.
The existentialist Jean-Paul Sartre soberly defined man
as condemned to exist, as if humanity had been created then
abandoned, left behind to live alone without the courtesy of
an explanation as to why. To rationalize such a bizarre mystery, primitive humans invented vain ideals—religion—to
glorify themselves, i.e., absurd mythical tales that not only
excuse human ignorance but deify it rapaciously!
In order to really love life, a person needs to live in reality.
To live in reality, a person needs to expunge idealism. As said
earlier, philosophy is nothing but psychology, alas... this aphoristic dissertation is nothing but the tear-drenched diary of
a solitary wanderer, the diary of a lost soul, of a freak in the
abyss, of... the devil? •

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— Tablet —

Tablet


The Devil
AN AUTOBIOGRAPHY
1. The Riddle of the Riddle .......................................... 15
2. The Earliest Nomenclature for God ......................... 16
3. Origins of Diabolism & Satanism. ............................ 17
4. Christianity’s Abuse of Greek Philosophy. ............... 18
5. Origin of Demonology. ............................................. 19
6. Deification & Diabolization ..................................... 20
7. Moral Relativism. ...................................................... 20
8. Classical Liberalism of The Enlightenment.............. 21
9. The First Line of The Bill of Rights. ........................ 22
10. Become a Living Devil. ........................................... 24

Suicide
THE ORIGIN OF GOD &
GENEALOGY OF EVIL IN RELIGION
11. Reality & Ideality. ................................................... 25
12. Ideal of Pure Reason As Definition of God. ........... 25
13. Worst Transcendental Error. .................................. 27
14. Earliest Natural Philosophy. ................................... 28
15. Hypothesis of Super-Human Causality. ................. 29
16. Advent of Religion. ................................................. 29
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17. Psychology of Polytheism........................................ 30
18. Psychology of Monotheism. .................................... 30
19. Discovery of Morality.............................................. 31
20. Advent of Sacrificial Worship. ................................ 31
21. Inception of the Priest Class. .................................. 32
22. Politicization of the Priest Class. ............................ 33
23. Homicide by the Priest Class. ................................. 33
24. Psychopathization of the Priest Class. .................... 33
25. Masochization of the Lay Class. ............................. 34
26. Inception of Holy Wars. ......................................... 34
27. Birth of The Devil................................................... 35
28. Entire Psychology of Religion. ................................ 37
29. Current Status of Religion. ..................................... 38
30. Warning Against Statism. ....................................... 38
31. Grounds of Secular Morality. .................................. 39
32. Psychology of Secularism. ....................................... 40
33. Terms of a Social Contract. .................................... 41
34. Best Future for Humanity. ...................................... 41
35. Afterword ................................................................ 42

Apocalypse
THE DEATH OF GOD
36. Parable of the Assassin. ........................................... 43
37. Earliest Assassins. ................................................... 44
38. Zombie Sadist ......................................................... 44
39. Ostracism, not Extermination. ................................ 45
40. Naked Imperialism. ................................................. 45
41. Universal Force. ...................................................... 46
42. Idealism as Religion of Absolutism. ........................ 47
43. Truest Enemy of Antitheism. ................................. 49
44. Statism as Politics of Force. .................................... 50
45. Genetic Sadomasochism. ........................................ 51
46. Masochistic Psychology. ......................................... 52
47. Suicide Mission ....................................................... 54
48. Theogony. ............................................................... 55
49. Immortal Combat ................................................... 56
50. The World’s First Fan Fiction ................................ 56
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51. Ontology: God as Zombie ...................................... 57
52. Epistemology: God as Boogieman .......................... 58
53. Morality: God as Freddy Krueger ........................... 59
54. Aesthetics: God as Frankenstein ............................. 61
55. The Apocalypse ....................................................... 62

Nihilism
FALLOUT IN THE ABYSS
56. Claude Monet ......................................................... 63
57. Monsters of Fate. .................................................... 63
58. Cosmic Amorality. .................................................. 65
59. Predicament ............................................................ 66
60. Nietzsche Contra Kant............................................ 67
61. Thunderbolts of Fate .............................................. 69
62. Hellraisers ............................................................... 70
63. Suicide & Cannibalism ........................................... 70
64. Orgasms of Humanicide ......................................... 71
65. Annihilism .............................................................. 72
66. Theistic Nihilism .................................................... 73
67. Secular Nihilism ...................................................... 77
68. Fallout in the Abyss. ............................................... 78
69. Joyful Pessimism ..................................................... 80

The Abyss
THE LAST LIBERATION
70. Panegyric to Nietzsche. ........................................... 83
71. Panegyric to Heraclitus. .......................................... 83
72. Contrarian Dilemma. .............................................. 83
73. Illusion of Civilization............................................. 84
74. Socrates on the Last Liberation. ............................. 84




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— The Devil —

The Devil
AN AUTOBIOGRAPHY

1. The Riddle of the Riddle.
An arrogant monk sat encircled by a gaggle of tourists
whom traveled from far off lands to uncover the secrets of the
universe. The sly ascetic curled his lips into a Cheshire grin
as the fools lined his basket with sweet fruits and piled silver
coins high into his pot. When suddenly, a homeless boy in
rags who slept in the alley politely interrupted the mystical
street theater.
He implored: may I please have a scrap to eat, oh venerable sage? My dry tongue has never savored fresh juice before.
The irritated monk turned to him, and in his traditional
pompous manner declared: Filthy little boy, your pitiful materialism disturbs my transmission to these truth-seekers.
Food is nothing but an illusion, and hunger is merely ego.
Nonetheless… as a mystic I do see reality as a riddle that has
vexed my fellow monks and me for millennia. If you can demystify this eternal riddle, I will gift you my freshest mango.
The precious, honest child looked back at the monk and
all the tourists, and asked with a confused face: what’s a riddle?

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And everyone within a thousand miles instantly became
enlightened.
2. The Earliest Nomenclature for God.
It may surprise the reader to discover that the moniker
devil and the term evil share no etymological relationship, especially since the letters in evil fit neatly inside devil. It may
further surprise them that the moniker god and the term good
share no etymological relationship either, especially since the
letters in god fit neatly inside good! Admittedly, both pairs
seem like they should hold a common ancestral lineage but
factually do not. Remarkably, they somehow mutated over
millennia to ultimately look and sound similar despite their
disparate origins.
The earliest documented religion, Hinduism, venerated
a species of god called deva in Sanskrit, which now acts as the
foundation for theistic English nomenclature. Deva in turn
became divus and deus in Greek, as well as the name for their
patriarchal god Zeus. The Romans conquered Greece and
Latinized the pair into divinus and theos, which laid the
grounds for divine and deity in English. This clear lineage
remains generally accepted and undisputed amongst etymologists and philologists.
Sanskrit

Greek

Latin

French

English

deva

deus

theos

deite

deity

deva

divas

divinus

devin

divine

This matters because many foolish satanists falsely cite
the Hindu deva as the origin for the words devil and evil—
an unequivocal error according to the aforementioned etymology. They merely spy a superficial similarity in appearance between the terms and presume shared etymology. In

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summary, neither devil nor evil share etymology, nor do they
derive from deva.
3. Origins of Diabolism & Satanism.
The ancient Greeks employed a secular term diaballein
(διαβάλλειν) which mundanely meant to throw across, as in
to throw a rock across a river. However, the notion to cross—
to pass from one side to another—became synonymous with
treason, that is, to act falsely, to switch allegiance from friend
to enemy, to be a traitor. This concept still prevails today in
that to cross or to double-cross a person signifies infidelity and
betrayal.
The universal moniker devil is rooted in this fundamental primitive taboo. The devil personifies treachery. He epitomizes apostasy.
The Greek term diaballein normalized into diabolos as an
epithet for any double-crosser, traitor, accuser, liar, slanderer,
and backstabber. It Latinized into diabolus, then turned into
diavolo in Italian, diable in French, diablo in Spanish, teufel in
German, and finally devil in English. The monolithic mantle
Devil—which has legendary name recognition with every
human being on Earth regardless of their ethnicity—is best
defined intellectually as The Apostate or The Disavower.
Greek 1

Greek 2 Latin

Italian

diaballein diabolos diabolus diavolo

German English
teufel

devil

Satan means adversary in Hebrew; it generally refers to
an identity or character type in the same vein as antagonist,
nemesis, rival, enemy, etc. The two most notorious monikers
in history—Greek devil and Hebrew satan—overlap in the
sense that they both denote an entity who stands in enmity
or opposition toward someone else. Nevertheless, the two do
not possess exactly the same meaning—devil carries a duplex
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significance. A satan acts adversarially; whereas, a devil betrays first and acts adversarially second, particularly through
false accusation—as indicated by the original Greek word diaballein meaning to throw across or to bad mouth.
The masochistic middle child in the Abrahamic family
of religions, namely Christianity, utilizes th