In 2012, one of the top songs in my personal playlist was Kelly Clarkson’s “What doesn’t kill you makes you stronger.” I just loved the song and everything about it – the lyrics, the singing, the instrumentation.
Incidentally, it was on November 29, 2012 at exactly 6 p.m. during my sleep (I work nights so that was almost my waking hour) that “Lon Gon” a.k.a. Satan visited me in my dreams and gave me my calling for Satanism. The details of the visit I will elaborate on later as I go further with my posts.
As I explored deeper into Satanic literature, little did I expect that such carrier line of Kelly Clarkson’s famous hit can apparently be found in the final statement of the 21 Satanic Points, as written in Conrad Robury’s THE BLACK BOOK OF SATAN. Let me share these words of the Father, as most of them are practically applicable to living one’s life as a Satanist.
The 21 Satanic Points
- Respect not pity or weakness, for they are a disease which makes sick the strong.
- Test always your strength, for therein lies success.
- Seek happiness in victory – but never in peace.
- Enjoy a short rest, better than a long.
- Come as a reaper, for thus you will sow.
- Never love anything so much you cannot see it die.
- Build not upon sand, but upon rock And build not for today or yesterday but for all time.
- Strive ever for more, for conquest is never done.
- And die rather than submit.
- Forge not works of art but swords of death, for therein lies great art.
- Learn to raise yourself above yourself so you can triumph over all.
- The blood of the living makes good fertilizer for the seeds of the new.
- He who stands atop the highest pyramid of skulls can see the furthest.
- Discard not love but treat it as an imposter, but ever be just.
- All that is great is built upon sorrow.
- Strive not only forwards, but upwards for greatness lies in the highest.
- Come as a fresh strong wind that breaks yet also creates.
- Let love of life be a goal but let your highest goal be greatness.
- Nothing is beautiful except man: but most beautiful of all is woman.
- Reject all illusion and lies, for they hinder the strong.
- What does not kill, makes stronger.
Well, whether or not the composer of Kelly Clarkson’s hit and/or Kelly Clarkson herself was indeed inspired by the aforementioned words of Father Satan is something we cannot know for now, and this post is not intended to give birth to a controversy to this effect.
Back to my liking of the song; it is just overwhelming to realize that without any inkling yet of Satanism, i already had tendencies to love and appreciate things related to it (I’ll write a separate post on this). No wonder, i so loved this hit.