Farewell and Goodbye


Time to say goodbye.

I am permanently retiring my blog and Twitter account, which will remain published for the benefit of others.

Readers might know that I have a passion for artificial intelligence, and I would like to explore some ideas I have with regards to AI and the internet.  I think it is unacceptable that hundreds of Satan Hunters around the globe have attacked an innocent father and his two children for four years over Satanic Ritual Abuse fictions; and that social media companies such as Twitter has failed to protect those victims. I think it is time AI runs the internet, so that what happened to this father and his children never happens again.

I have to think about how best I deploy my personal time, money and energy.  Though I have explored possibilities of working with other’s in the Left Hand Path in challenging Satan Hunters and their SRA fictions through the media, law and other ways, there is not enough interest from fellow walkers of our path to make these strategies viable; and these type of strategies cost so much time, money and energy to achieve against relentlessly fanatical Satan Hunters prepared to go to prison for their cause.

I achieve three things with one throw of the ball with my new focus: I follow my passion in AI; I make money from my ideas; I permanently end the reign of terror of Satan Hunters on the internet.

I have ADD/ADHD which comes with a super-ability for intense focus that is called hyperfocus, this helps me drive ideas through from concept to reality against any obstacle.  For this to work I cannot have distractions, thus I am bringing posting on this blog and my Twitter account to an end.

I opted for the lonely path of the Independent Satanist, I have no ties to anyone in the Left Hand Path, I can vanish into the anonymous void without distress to me or others.  Sadly, I am unable to reveal my religion to those in the real world, there is too much prejudice against Satanists, so I have to reveal myself to others by some other title whilst applying my Satanist philosophy under that title.

Those of the Left Hand Path, I will never forget you.

Farewell and Goodbye.


15 thoughts on “Farewell and Goodbye

  1. Wow, that’s really disappointing as I only recently came across your great blog. I totally understand and support your decisions based on what You have written. Best of luck to you…I stand 100% with your crusade against Satan Hunters. It is something I myself am passionate about.

  2. An AI is going to run the internet and permanently end the reign of terror of Satan hunters? No offense, but you sound a bit delusional and also very young. In a few years, you will probably realize how ridiculous this phase of your life was, and won’t care about Satanism at all.

    • Actually the concept of Ai in control of the internet is quite plausible, as is the foreboding inevitability of Totalitarianism becoming a global reality within a few generations so not so delusional at all really.
      My question is why you chose to post such a passively-aggressive reply in a rather transparently pointed attempt to address the gentleman’s level of maturity when all you’ve done is make light of your own rather adolescent social inadequacies and lack the foresight of your actions. I appears that you are the one who should consider growing out of this current behavior you so judgmentally display. No offense of course.

  3. I wish you all the best with your endeavours SV! You were one of the first Satanists I personally really engaged with, and were a real influence on my journey at that time. Your blog has always been intelligent and focused, and I really appreciate your integrity.

  4. Aloha Bro,

    Your “word’s” of today, and past… have made me a better Being. *Much success on your journey!

    “Yesterday I was clever, so I wanted to change the world. Today I am wise, so I am changing myself.” ― Jalaluddin Rumi

  5. James – I’m sorry to see you go, especially since you are going in what sounds like a state of fed-upness (is that a noun? Well, it is now!) and distraction.

    Your commitment and focus have been obvious in every post. I wish you best of luck as you explore the exciting world of AI. At the same time, your belief that AI would improve communications and justice – well, it’s a bit like belief in the power of nuclear fission to promote all that is good. It’s a possibility, but is it likely?

    I also want to reach out and say, feel free to shoot me an email or two if you need a fellow walker on the LHP off whom you can bounce an idea, a gripe or a revelation – pardon the pun.

    David Roddis

  6. Oh no! I was wondering why I hadn’t seen you post in a while! I’ll miss your blog. I appreciate that you still stop by on mine, but please please let me know if you have any other writing outlets that I can follow. I think your blog is the one I’ve followed the longest.
    The Left Hand Path has always been fascinating to me, and I’ve really enjoyed learning about it through your writings. I hope one day you won’t feel the need to hide it, because I think it is absolutely tragic that there are belief systems that aren’t ‘socially acceptable’. Thank you so much for sharing your knowledge and insight.
    Best of luck on pursuing your interests in AI!

    • Hi Nicola, although I have stopped blogging, I still read, like and comment on the blogs of others.

      Society is changing and accepting alternative worldviews, however, it is slow. Perhaps in ten years I might be in a position to be open. One of my big customers is Christian, and I know if they learned I was LHP, that it would cause me problems. Prejudice is always going to be a challenge.

      • That is very true, and it is rough. I had a potential employer discover I was pagan during an interview and deny me a job because of it (years ago). While it was some fast food job, at the time I really needed it. Paganism doesn’t have nearly the stigma surrounding it as LHP, so I completely understand. I hope things will change. No one should have to hide who they are.

  7. Hello ,

    I saw your tweet about animals and thought I will check your website. I like it!

    I love pets. I have two beautiful thai cats called Tammy(female) and Yommo(male). Yommo is 1 year older than Tommy. He acts like a bigger brother for her. 🙂
    I have even created an Instagram account for them ( https://www.instagram.com/tayo_home/ ) and probably soon they will have more followers than me (kinda funny).

    I have subscribed to your newsletter. 🙂

    Keep up the good work on your blog.


    • Hi Wiki. Thanks for following my blog and your comment. I miss my cat. I wish you many years of happiness with your own cats. My blog should become active again later in the Summer. JH.

      • You bring good news!
        I am very pleased to read your last and hope to read from you again later this year.
        Your views are shared by both myself and my feline companion of the past seven years, and my being his third adoption from my local ASPCA. Boss and I look forward to your return.

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