Are any of you interested in or involved in Eastern mysticism (Buddhism, Hinduism, Traditional Chinese Religion)?
Some may not be aware of it, but Hinduism is said to be the oldest religion and mystical system (later religions actually drew from).
Therefore, we may all use elements of Eastern mysticism (pentagrams, hexagrams) without even being aware of it.
So, why would the practice of Buddhism (which stems from Hinduism) go into conflict w/ the Left Hand Path? Maybe that depends on the type of Buddhism. Here’s a clue:
"The Mahayana teachings deal with earthly desires entirely differently than the Hinayana (early) teachings do. Hinayana teachings held that earthly desires and enlightenment are two independent and opposing factors, and the two cannot coexist. Mahayana teachings turn that Hinayana principle over and say that earthly desires cannot exist independently on their own; therefore one can attain enlightenment without eliminating earthly desires.
Mahayana Buddhist teachings say that these 108 categories of earthly desires are actually one with and inseparable from enlightenment. This is because all things, even earthly desires and enlightenment, are manifestations of the unchanging reality or truth - and thus are non-dual at their source."
If I understand well, Mahayana Buddhism is compatible w/ the Left Hand Path, Satanism & Luciferianism. What do you think?
Here’s E.A.'s commentary on some Eastern mysticism: