I Am Not Come to Destroy but to Fulfill…

You have heard it said of old: “Regard not them that have familiar spirits, neither seek after wizards, to be defiled by them.”

But I say unto you: “It is lawful to conjure up Cain, if only to rebuke him.”

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The Law, The Warlock, and the Inward Mark

There is a disobedience that is not of the flesh, but of the spirit. This is the rebellion of the intentions of the mind. As the LORD spake through his prophet in condemnation of First Saul, “rebellion is as the sin of witchcraft,” and internal rebellion indubitably constitutes a form of such abomination.

Let the wise reader attend to the facts. Second Saul was strictly forbade and duly prevented by the Spirit-Dove to visit Spain. And yet the intent of his heart was nonetheless to visit Spain, in open rebellion against the desires of the Spirit-Dove. According to the Word taught by the LORD’s prophet, we must conclude that Second Saul fell into precisely the same form of internal witchcraft as did First Saul, when he first intended to spare Agag, sheep, and oxen.

What then is this, O Nations? Would you heed unto the mad ravings of a Warlock? A male witch? Turn aside from your folly, and be ye faithful unto the Law, which is as a lamp unto your (inward) feet and a light unto your (inner) path. For we must conclude that a true and full spiritual observation of the LORD’s Law is the only thing that will keep the external ragings of Lupus from doing spiritual damage to one’s soul. The Law is a hedge around the inner sanctity of all those who would allow Second Adam fully to redeem First Adam, while fulfilling all righteousness, and respecting the mark of Inner Cain, who has reign over the Outer Man until he wastes away at the Last Day.

The Reality of the Rulers of the Present Day

Because of the reality of the authorities, we write to all who will read. Your inquiry is inspired by the spirit of the lie found first in Cain, the great messenger, who planted the question in your inner-heart. Know one thing: it was not Cain who, referring to the authorities of darkness, told us that ‘our contest is not against flesh and blood, but rather against the authorities of the universe and the spirits of wickedness’ (Eph. 6:12). The one who spoke these words is hidden. We tell you the truth, these powers are present before your very face and you cannot resist them. As with the writers of old, we send you this because you inquire about the reality of the authorities. But you bow down to them while they are in the throes of idiocy. They vomit, then eat their vomit, and you laugh at the authorities.

Their demiurge, Samael (or Sammaelim, for one must remain singular in order to be plural), is blind. Because of his power and his ignorance and his arrogance he said, with his power, ‘I am god; there is no other but me.’ His vomit pours out like honey mixed with sweet wine, and the nations devour it. The nations then heave forth the refuse of Samael, and their mess is Samael’s daily bread.

When he said ‘I am god; there is no other but me,’ he sinned against all. This speech rose up to divine forethought. Then there was a voice that came forth from divine forethought, saying, ‘You are wrong, Samael,’ that is, god of the blind.

A reflection based on “The Reality of Ruler’s: Samael’s Sin,” in The Gnostic Bible, ed. Willis Barnstone and Marvin Meyer (Boston: Shambhala Publications, Inc., 2009), 168.

Three Theses On the Lupine Perspective

1) The inner wolf manifested himself not with a whimper, but with a howl.

2) The Spirit of God is like unto the wind–you hear its sound, but cannot tell whither or whence it goes;┬ábut the Spirit of Cain is like unto the sun–you know when it will rise and when it will set, and can do nothing to stop it from moving as it pleases.

3) You have heard it said: Be ye innocent as doves, and wise as serpents. But Lupus-Cain tells you: Be ye crafty as foxes, and ravenous as the wolf.

A Prayer?

I.
Yea, from the rib of Father Adam was our Mother Eve brought forth.
But from the very rib of YHWH was Sarai our Sister/Wife fashioned.
With delicate precision did YHWH Adonai shape this creature’s hair,
her nose and mouth, and all the nameless parts.

II.

Lamech, Lamech, what have you done? And Tubal-Cain, what have you fashioned?
Jubal and Jabal, I have reckoned your works, too.
Yet no work of human hands compares with the mystery that the Lord hath wrought in Ur-Sarai.
Such depth of human wickedness hath no other creature inspired

III.

From the furthest corners of the earth, have sages and rulers drawn unto you.
Even the Queen of Sheba sought out your counsel; the mother of Ba’al asked your advice.
Yet tell me, Solomon, if ye be wise:
How ought Wolf relate to Sister/Wife?

A Rebuke?

Lupus Cain, you cold-blooded, a-nomic beast! What did you do when your very own eyes beheld the most perfect daughter of Sarai ever to walk this pagan corner of goyish ground? Did you pluck out your eyeballs to save your sordid soul? Or did you look twice, reveling in those most perfect angles, shapes, shades, and tones?

He who hath ears, let him hear. Your fallen race of wolves has but three (sexless, barren, indeed monstrous) children: the lust of the flesh, the lust of the eyes, and the pride of life. May your maker cut you off from the land of the living. May you go down to Sheol forever and ever. May Adamic humanity never feel the shake of your bloodcurdling howl again.

Selah.