~Dark Atheists~

Do you consider yourself to be a little more on the dark side. Do you feel alone in a world full of positive thinkers? Welcome all Goths, Punks, Atheistic Satanists and Freethinkers! For once dont be afraid to be you.

Location: Detroit,Michigan
Members: 42
Latest Activity: Oct 11

Welcome to Dark Atheists

I started this group because I was looking for a similar one and same as GOD it does not exist here on A/N lol. If you are sick of feeling left out for being dark and moody or hardcore and brash-then guess what your my new friend. I want this group to be one big place to vent about how annoying society is. Basically anything that expresses yourself like, darkness, things that are creepy, fav rock bands, poetry, vampires, movies, TV shows-whatevs. Just share- if it's interesting.  And Welcome!

Discussion Forum

Horror stories

Started by Ruth Anthony-Gardner. Last reply by Grinning Cat Oct 11. 2 Replies

Horror in entertainment seems laughable now, with the real world veering toward a dark scenario. Ebola is more spine chilling than any hulking monster. I often feel as if I'm living inside of a…Continue

Tags: Ebola as horror

The world as Dark Drama

Started by Ruth Anthony-Gardner. Last reply by Kalliope Wörter Dec 12, 2012. 1 Reply

Do you enjoy dark drama? Theatre, perhaps, movies, TV dramas, multiplayer games? *sigh* Imagine the greatest possible dark drama, with the universe is scripted around your life this instant. Imagine…Continue

Tags: sci-fi disaster movie, heroism, drama

Goth Festival in Whitby England

Started by Napoleon Bonaparte. Last reply by Shyanne Gold Orr Nov 28, 2012. 8 Replies

Whitby Gothic Weekend, often abbreviated to WGW or simply referred to by attendees as Whitby, is a twice-yearly festival for goths, in Whitby, North Yorkshire, England, organised by Jo Hampshire who…Continue

sooooooo...........goths...... just a trend

Started by Nayr Namel. Last reply by Cory D Wells Sep 24, 2012. 5 Replies

from the title you can see that im not to familiar with the motives of making one self a goth, isn't it just a trend like playing the part of a prep or emo or jock? and i don't mean to offend or…Continue

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Comment by James M. Martin on September 22, 2012 at 2:35pm

I did not know LaVey but met his secretary, Michael Aquino, who broke away from COS and started a rival outfit.  I thought everyone realized that The Satanic Bible was nothing more than re-invented Crowley/Thelema, but I must admit I had a flirtation with thinking LaVey was a magician, as he had, to use Crowley's terminology, "uttered the Word of the Aeon": Indulgence.  But then Crowley warned against taking any isolated part of the Pantheon and its dogma and making it yours, and LaVey had embraced Typhon.  Aquino merely found a cognate in the Egyptian pantheon, Set, though I thought of his church as The Temple of Saps.

Comment by Michael Anderson on August 16, 2012 at 5:42pm

Hello Cory,

The bible I got is the Anton Le Vey one. I grew up in the bay area in California and went to see the Satanic church there once. Boring really.

I know that Merciful Fate, then later the singer King Diamond when he went solo actually belived in all that stuff. Most of the bands I think went fir shock value though. The great early eighties band Satan for example. I still have no idea why they went with that name other than shock value since their music isn't satanic. I prefer punk mostly though. A lot punk is all about atheism, or I should say are atheists. Some great anti religeon/christianity songs out there.

Comment by Cory D Wells on August 8, 2012 at 12:32pm

Hey Michael, Welcome to the group. I do not really think that most of the music groups that claim to be satanic are just going for shock value. which version of the satanic bible do you have?

Comment by Michael Anderson on August 6, 2012 at 9:35pm

Hi everyone, Like the idea of this group... well except for the whole satanism thing. Don't get me wrong, I like bands like Venom and Merciful Fate (saw both of them in concert even). I always viewed them like a horror movie though. People who actually believe is satanism are just christians who are sick of christians imo though. It's all cowing to your imaginary friend. I have the satanic bible and it reads like an athiest bible except for the whole bible thing. Oh yeah, all you into punk and hardcore, Attitude Adjustment is back together!!


Comment by Steph S. on July 19, 2012 at 5:57pm

I'm active and always on the site it seems. Cool Samantha!

Comment by Samantha Madison on July 19, 2012 at 5:40pm

@Steve P. yeah welcome! I seriously just stopped visiting the website for like 3 months just because theres never any activity when I stopped logging in here I only had 12 members, now theres 31. Not too certain how many of those are "active" tho lol. Yeah SOAD is amazing, the band reunited last year and toured all of the west coast and Canada pretty much so i missed out ;( Now theyre here in Michigan August 16th im fuckin stoked! I requested two days off of work just to go lol Figured id be pretty wasted and would need the following day off hahaha!

Comment by Steph S. on July 5, 2012 at 10:42pm
Welcome to the group Maciej!
Comment by Steph S. on March 14, 2012 at 10:22am

Hello Everyone!

Comment by Steph S. on March 6, 2012 at 7:18pm
Hi Steve! I like System of a Down too! Glad to have you in the group!
Comment by James M. Martin on February 27, 2012 at 5:25pm

@Sean Murphy My own experience is that all too many Satanists are really Ayn Randites whose Satanism is really a reactionary response to herd mentality.  But then I only know from a splinter group, the Temple of Set, which was composed mostly of bores.  (They threw me out for drinking and pederasty, the latter a projection of the Ipsissypus (leader), actually accused of pedophile doings in the San Francisco area.)  He later wrote me to say it had become obvious to him that I was unfit to be a member of his Temple.  I was tempted to frame it I was so proud.  Now, I happen to know a bit of the history of Satanism, having read Huysmans, Papus, et al.  In fact, I am working on a screenplay about Huysmans' adventures in the occult world of Paris in the Belle Epoque.


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