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Devoid of Love

Sunday, 15 May 2022

Urizen on Dr John Dunn William Blake’s Urizen “The Accuser of the World”

Devoid of Love

Satan fell into the objectivised world, to become god of this world, and Adam and Eve and their issue worshipped Satan as the god Urizen, the demiurge, a distant Jehovah, the 'self-deluded and anxious' shaper of pre-existent matter.

And the children of Satan led men and women into Beulah with the promise of happiness to come, into the land of false innocence,that is innocence devoid of Love, from which arises the constant and nauseating refrain… “we just want to be happy…, we just want to be happy…”

In a world devoid of Love, they objectified god, which is to say they idolised their god; they were idolaters and their children were born into idolatry.

And their god was an all-knowing god who controlled the affairs of man from across a divide, the puppeteer pulling the strings of mankind, an over-bearing father, a failed architect, and the ‘Accuser of the World' who unfairly condemned Adam and Eve when he was the one at fault.

The deluded innocents of Beulah had carried over the worshipping of the demiurge from the followers of Jehovah, which made it Devil Worship.

© John Dunn.

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