Worship of the Old Ones


“I am the way. I am the darkness. I am the hidden God. Primordial forces once enjoyed the gilded pleasures which are dangled in front of us day in and day out. Eventually our demon fathers were expelled from this dimension by the lesser gods of the earth. Many cultures have a name for this ‘creator’ who is really nothing more than the architect of our prison.

This religion is based on a teaching that has no need for opposites. Dualistic concepts such as right and wrong, good and evil, black and white are too primitive. If understanding is infinite, then man may approach knowledge in an infinite number of ways. Rather than providing a teaching which is separate from all others, the Cult of Cthulhu brings the entire world’s knowledge together, consciously distilling that which is fruitful for the betterment of mankind. Obviously, we have our own bias … we worship monstrous alien beings.

Yes, there are important truths hidden away in Christianity, Satanism, Buddhism… all faiths, philosophies, and paths. H.P. Lovecraft’s Mythos may seem artificial, arbitrary, or even ridiculous to some; however, those who have ushered this teaching into existence have found Lovecraftian themes reaching into the heart of our mission. We piece together disassociated fragments of truth in order to comprehend something ineffable. Unlike most theologies, the Mythos is ever changing. It is pure chaos, a sentient void.”

– Venger As’Nas Satanis, Liber A:O


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