Theistic Satanism is a stand alone religion.

Theistic Satanism is a stand alone religion
By
Reverend Robert Fraize.

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I have had enough sitting back and watching people in the “satanic community” Mixing what I call bullshit into the religion of Theistic Satanism.
People will argue that Theistic Satanism is not a religion but rather a philosophy or spiritual practice. and while philosophy and individual spiritual practices are apart of Theistic Satanism that does not make it so.

Theistic Satanism is a traditional religion dating back to the days that predate the religions of abraham the Kabbalah the goetia and Ahriman.
and was established around the year  1500 BCE when the Sacred tablets the Enuma elish were written.

It is these tablets that set the foundation of the religion of Theistic Satanism the great cosmic battle between the creator Dragon Tiamat vs the solar deity Marduk.
Theistic Satanism has no historical roots with  the corrupted religions that came afterwards and only Idiots and ignorant worms would believe any different.

You have people claiming to be apart of “Theistic Satanism” making all sorts of uneducated and childish claims that Theistic Satanism is whatever you want it to be.
Those of us who have studied and practiced the religion for decades know that this is not true. Call it dogmatic if you wish BUT the fact is Theistic Satanism has a set system and beliefs separate from other religions which makes it a (STAND ALONE RELIGION) .
As a Reverend of the religion Theistic Satanism it is my Job to educate people with the truth of the religion and not to keep silent on such issues.
No matter how unpopular the truth is or how many people disagree or hate me for it does not matter.

If you are a Theistic Satanists and wish to study and even practice other “religions”
that is your own personal choice.
Your personal choice does not reflect onto the religion (theistic satanism) and should never be taught as a part of the religion (theistic satanism).

The problem is that while it is important to study everything it is not logical to mix and match them because the end result is the equivalent to a bad chemical combination that leads to an explosion in the practitioners face.

I would not be much of a reverend if i was not looking out for people of the religion of which I represent would I.
so I leave you with this.

If you wish to be a Theistic Satanist be a Theistic Satanist study the religion and practice it. beware of people who are mixing  various bullshit in order to sell you some products along with a pretty face.
They may get facebook and video likes but Theistic Satanism is not about popularity nor is it about the approval of others.

The goal of a Theistic Satanist is to gain the true power of the universe through a relationship with the Ancient dragon and anyone who says  differently obviously has not studied very long or has read the disinformation work of e.a Koetting ford AND OTHERS .

Rev Fraize
Traditional church of Satan

Satan The Dragon Tiamat Theistic Satanism

 Satan The Dragon Tiamat Theistic Satanism

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Tiamat (goddess)

Tiamat is a personification of the primordial sea from which the gods were first created. She is also the main adversary of Marduk in the Enūma Eliš TT .

Functions

Tiamat’s exact functions as a goddess are difficult to establish. As her name indicates (see below), she was a deification of the primordial sea. Our best source of information for Tiamat is the myth Enūma Eliš TT , and in fact, there are only a handful of references to her outside of it. Enūma Eliš TT  begins with a description of the two primeval seas, the salt sea Tiamat and the sweet sea Abzu TT , mingling their waters together to create the gods (for recent translations of the story see Foster 2005: 436-486 and Lambert 2013). In the following battle between Abzu TT  and Ea, Tiamat attempts to appease Abzu TT  and stop the conflict. But when she is later pressured by the lower gods to revenge him, she herself becomes the main antagonist of the story, creating an army of monsters led by her new consort, Qingu. She is ultimately defeated by Marduk, who incapacitates her with his “Evil Wind” and then kills her with an arrow. Marduk splits her in two, creating heaven and earth from her body, the Tigris and Euphrates from her eyes, mist from her spittle, mountains from her breasts and so on. Throughout the epic, there are differing descriptions of Tiamat: she appears both as a body of water, as a human figure, and as having a tail (Tablet V, line 59). These varying descriptions are ultimately reconciled as Marduk turns her limbs into geographical features.

Divine Genealogy and Syncretisms

In Enūma Eliš TT , Tiamat is the mother of all the gods (Tablet I, line 4). Together with Abzu TT  she creates Lahmu and Lahamu, who in turn beget Anšar and Kišar.

Though one cannot point to a syncretism as such, there are several models for Tiamat in the earlier mythology. Katz (2011: 18f) argues that the figure of Tiamat unites two strands of tradition attached to the sea. The first is the motherly figure of Namma, who is also referred to as a primeval ocean from which the gods were created. The other is the figure of the sea as a monstrous adversary, like the Levantine god Yamm (see also Jacobsen 1968: 107). Another important influence for the figure of Tiamat is Anzu, a mythical bird defeated by Ninurta, indeed the battle between Marduk and Tiamat has a number of parallels to the battle between Ninurta and Anzu (Lambert 1986).

Cult Place(s)

There was no cult dedicated directly to Tiamat, but the battle between Tiamat and Marduk played an important role in the New Year’s festival TT  in Babylon. The Enūma Eliš TT  was recited on its fourth day, and some argue that the festival included a symbolic reenactment of the mythological battle (see the discussion in Lambert 2013: 461f).

Time Periods Attested

The oldest attestation of Tiamat is an Old Akkadian incantation (Westenholz 1974: 102), though there are few other references to her until the first millenium BCE (see Lambert 2013: 237). After the composition of the Enūma Eliš TT , Tiamat is found in a number of theological commentary works, but most of these seem to rely on the epic (e.g. SAA 3.39, r. 1-3). Tiamat is also mentioned by Berossus, writing in the 3rd century BCE (Breucker 2011: 648f).

Iconography

A relief from the temple of Bêl in Palmyra depicts Nabu and Marduk slaying Tiamat, who is shown with a woman’s body and legs made of snakes (Dirven 1997). However, this scene is a late Hellenistic adoption of the Babylonian motif, and no Mesopotamian image has been positively identified as a representation of Tiamat. A string of identifications (Yadin 1971Grafman 1972Kaplan_1976) have recently been rejected (George_2012), and until new evidence surfaces they remain dubious.

Name and Spellings

The name Tiamat is uncontracted form of the word tâmtu, meaning “sea”. The long vowel â is contracted from the short vowels i and a. The word is in the “absolute state,” a noun form that is equivalent to the vocative (a grammatical case which directly invokes or addresses a person or deity; literally the name means “O, sea!”).

Written forms: dti-amat, ti-amat, dtam-tum, ti-àm-tim, ta-à-wa-ti

Normalised forms: Tiamat, Tiāmat, Tiʼamat, Thalatta (Greek).

Tiamat in Online Corpora

Further Reading

Sophus Helle

Sophus Helle, ‘Tiamat (goddess)’, Ancient Mesopotamian Gods and Goddesses, Oracc and the UK Higher Education Academy, 2016 [http://oracc.iaas.upenn.edu/amgg/listofdeities/tiamat/]

According to Academic scholars Tiamat was the first representation of a Dragon creator and the adversary of the solar deity Marduk making her the first Adversarial Deity.
In ancient times people did not Worship our Mother because they had became corrupted by Marduk and his cult followers into believing she was evil.
But we must not forget it was Marduk not Tiamat who created humans to become the slaves of the god’s
In the Days leading to the great war between the dragon and the solar deity Humans did not exist our lives at no time where ever in danger by the creator.
The Traditional Church of Satan recognizes Tiamat as Satan but recognizes the individuals rights to choose which ever adversarial deity that they chose to recognize or not recognize. Our church believes in the importance of developing your own relationship with the deity that comes to you during meditation.

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