August 30, 2016

Left-hand Tarot #22) Satanic Jihad

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  • I'll play by your rules when I'm at your house, if you play by my rules when you're at my house. Or, "Just because we don't agree doesn't mean we can't do business together." Tarot readers: don't make the mistake of thinking that you can't read for questions that are outside of your understanding of how the world works. And Tarot clients, don't be afraid to ask your reader a strange question. If he or she seriously can't answer it, he or she will say so.
  • Cultural Appropriation: rules for me, but not for thee? Be careful how strongly you make the argument that nobody can tell you what you can and can't take and how you can and can't use it, because you might not like where it leads you.
  • Satanists love a good fight, but it's important to know what kind of fight you're fighting, and who you're fighting it with.
    • Many observers—both Muslim and non-Muslim—as well as the Dictionary of Islam, talk of jihad having two meanings: an inner spiritual struggle (the "greater jihad"), and an outer physical struggle against the enemies of Islam (the "lesser jihad") which may take a violent or non-violent form. -Wikipedia