Re: Ompalam, Malia and other possibly chaotic dieties

From: simon_hibbs2 <simon.hibbs_at_6YdTLMyzZBLqzgYE_niDG7ZVABXz6KaxUQfwA5eZquISnwCqqQvemFltv8h09-ka>
Date: Thu, 23 Aug 2012 07:31:26 -0000

Agreed, it's really about funerary rites.

> I don't think i'm really much at odds with those who are saying there is a "magical reality" that makes things chaotic or not, i'm just saying that I think that "Magical Reality" is intrinsically tied to the mental and emotional state of the actors.

I don't think that believing something to be OK makes it OK. I won't go that far. I don't care how much someone thinks killing people to live off their corpses is ok, it just isn't.

> I think illuminates are able to maintain a mental/magical state that prevents otherwise chaotic actions from "actually" being chaotic... but one tiny slip-up or lapse of concentration, and the realization of evil can come crashing in with terribly chaotic consequences.

I don't think so. Illuminates don't care about chaos.

Simon Hibbs            

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