Hello and welcome back to IlluminatiWatcher.com! Let’s take a look at a potential bit of programming by way of a television show most of us are familiar with…
One character in HBO’s Silicon Valley is a network engineer by the name of Bertram Gilfoyle who professes his beliefs in LaVeyan Satanism. Of course this references the Church of Satan established by the late Anton LaVey; a prominent player in the left hand pathers and some of those who consider themselves “occultists.”
LaVeyan Satanists and The Satanic Bible
From what my research gathers; Satanists are not those that worship the red beast with horns that some claim is the Devil, but rather they subscribe to a doctrine laid out in LaVey’s The Satanic Bible. This book is set out in sections that are devoted to the elements that we find in witchcraft: Fire, Air, Earth, and Water. I say this because we see a common thread amongst witches, satanists, ceremonial magicians, and occultists; all of which seem to be part of the Illuminati belief system.
Many of the beliefs are surrounding the self-deification of man and becoming a god in one’s own right- one of the main staples in today’s society where “every man and every woman is a star” due to the advent of social media and today’s obsession with accumulating followers; a concept I laid out in SACRIFICE: MAGIC BEHIND THE MIC.
One part of The Satanic Bible (the Book of Belial- meaning “without a master”) details ritualistic magic rituals; much like what we’ve talked about in the past here on IlluminatiWatcher.com with talk of Crowley’s magical orders and the ceremonial magick used to make contacts with extraterrestrial entities.
Predictive Programming of LaVey
To almost prove the point I’m making with this article, LaVey was influenced via entertainment by occult literature such as Frankenstein: The Modern Prometheus and similar sci-fi tales, as is laid out in the introduction to The Satanic Bible:
All of LaVey’s background seemed to prepare him for his role. He is the descendant of Georgian, Roumanian, and Alsatian grandparents, including a gypsy grandmother who passed on to him the legends of vampires and witches in her native Transylvania. As early as the age of five, LaVey was reading Weird-Tales magazines and books such as Mary Shelly’s Frankenstein and Bram Stoker’s Dracula.
I’ve already compared the Frankenstein tale with the idea of Prometheus and how the Illuminati revere him as the great savior of mankind. Prometheus is also known as the fallen angel who they believe came down to help us but the “oppressive” God didn’t approve of. This explains why LaVey was so admirable of the fallen angel archetype and the dark hero since Frankenstein and the Prometheus tale both reiterate the same ideas of man becoming god on his own without the aid of the Church:
He had accumulated a library of works that descibed the Black Mass and other infamous ceremonies conducted by groups such as the Knights Templar in fourteenth-century France, the Hell-Fire club and the Golden Dawn in eighteenth- and nineteenth-century England. The intent of some of these secret orders was to blaspheme, lampoon the Christian church, and address themselves to the Devil as an anthropomorphic deity that represented the reverse of God.
In LaVey’s view, the Devil was not that, but rather a dark, hidden force in nature responsible for the workings of earthly affairs, a force for which neither science nor religion had any explanation. LaVey’s Satan is “the spirit of progress, the inspirer of all great movements that contribute to the development of civilization and the advancement of mankind. He is the spirit of revolt that leads to freedom, the embodiment of all heresies that liberate.”
There it is again– YOLO!
One of the statements found in the The Satanic Bible (found in The Book of Satan IV) is indicative of the trend I’ve been observing in the past few years:
- Life is the great indulgence – death, the great abstinence. Therefore, make the most of life – HERE AND NOW !
This is indeed the YOLO (You Only Live Once) movement pushed by Drake and Pepsi’s “Live For Now” campaign…
Part of this movement of the new age of YOLO is the open sexual expressions found with hookup apps such as Tinder. We can also see evidence of this in Silicon Valley when Gilfoyle propositions Dinesh to have sex with his girlfriend. More was to be said on this by LaVey in Satanic Sex:
Satanism does advocate sexual freedom, but only in the true sense of the word. Free love, in the Satanic concept, means exactly that – freedom to either be faithful to one person or to indulge your sexual desires with as many others as you feel is necessary to satisfy your particular needs.
We also know that Satanists don’t believe in a concept of “right and wrong” or “good and evil”, as Gilfoyle demonstrates in Silicon Valley and is stated in LaVey’s “Some Evidence of a New Satanic Age” where he uses the example of magic to make the point:
White magic is supposedly utilized only for good or unselfish purposes, and black magic, we are told, is used only for selfish or “evil” reasons. Satanism draws no such dividing line.
Magic is magic, be it used to help or hinder. The Satanist, being the magician, should have the ability to decide what is just, and then apply the powers of magic to attain his goals.
So it seems that HBO’s Silicon Valley has a character that openly practices LaVeyan Satanism. Should this be cause for concern?… That’s up to you to decide. I personally enjoy this show so it doesn’t bother me since it plays such a minor role, but I do question if it’s a small step towards the indoctrination of satanic ideas into our culture…
Simply becoming aware of this presence in the entertainment industry should help to give you the discernment you’ll need to clearly see the Illuminati’s plan to instill key themes necessary to push us into this new age of mankind and Crowley’s Aeon of Horus…
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