Real Name: Tessa Marie
Hello. Welcome to my page. Here you will find out certain things about me. However I don't give out too much info. If you want to honestly find out more about me after reading this then message me.
Now, I just recently started to come back on Gaia because for a while my computer wasn't working but now everything is fixed!
Where to start.. Okay. Well, I'll start with what kind of person I am. I am very shy in person but on here I am very open and outgoing. I have extreme trust issues but once i know you well I open up more. I am bipolar so if i go off on you for something little, I apologize in advance.
Now as i said before I am Schizophrenic. I've been dealing with it for years now. If you are someone going through this and need someone, I am here to talk to. I'm not much on giving advice but I will try to help the most I can.
I have a Tumblr! And I am always open to more followers. My Name on there is SnippySchnuee. My fandoms are most Homestuck, Rooster Teeth, Night Vale, Shingeki No Kyojin, Free! and lots of other anime. Other than that i post just a lot of random stuff. I hope some of you like what you see and follow me. ^-^
Since so many people on here are giving me s**t about being a LaVeyan Satanist, I'm gonna clear things up.
LaVeyan Satanism is one of several distinct religions identifying itself as Satanic. Followers are atheists who stress dependence on the self rather than reliance on any outside power. It encourages individualism, hedonism, materialism, ego, personal initiative, self-worth and self-determinism.
To the LaVeyan Satanist, Satan is a myth, just like God and other deities. Satan is also, however, incredibly symbolic, representing all of those things within our natures that outsiders might tell us is dirty and unacceptable. The chant of “Hail Satan!” is really saying “Hail me!” It exults the self and rejects the self-denying lessons of society. Finally, Satan represents rebellion, just as Satan rebelled against God in Christianity. Identifying oneself as a Satanist is to go against expectations, cultural norms, and religious creeds.
Anton LaVey officially formed the church of Satan on the night of April 30-May 1, 1966 and published the Satanic Bible in 1969. The Church of Satan admits that early rituals were mostly mockeries of Christian ritual and reenactments of Christian folklore concerning the supposed behavior of Satanists: upside down crosses, reading the Lord’s Prayer backward, using a nude woman as an altar, etc. However, as the Church of Satan evolved it solidified its own specific messages and tailored its rituals around those messages.
Satanism has been routinely accused of numerous onerous practices, generally without evidence. There is a common mistaken belief that because Satanists believe in serving themselves first that they become antisocial or even psychopathic. In truth, responsibility is a major tenet of Satanism. Humans have the right to do as they choose and should feel free to pursue their own happiness. However, this does not render them immune from consequences. Taking control of one’s life includes being responsible about it. Among the things LaVey explicitly condemned:
-Harming of children -Rape -Theft -Illegal activity -Drug use -Animal sacrifice