Dark Prince

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  1. Good luck getting it approved. Around these parts, we HAIL SATAN.

  2. Why yes, I am an agent of Satan, but my duties are mostly ceremonial.

  3. baphomet

    also, notice the serpents on the pole that looks like the prescription symbol…

    also parallels Numbers 21:7-9

    7Therefore the people came to Moses, and said, We have sinned, for we have spoken against the LORD, and against thee; pray unto the LORD, that he take away the serpents from us. And Moses prayed for the people.

    8And the LORD said unto Moses, Make thee a fiery serpent, and set it upon a pole: and it shall come to pass, that every one that is bitten, when he looketh upon it, shall live.

    9And Moses made a serpent of brass, and put it upon a pole, and it came to pass, that if a serpent had bitten any man, when he beheld the serpent of brass, he lived.

  4. it also looks like he is getting double head from the snakes

    feels good man

  5. I always get a kick out of the fact that Lucifer means light-bringer. Notice the lit torches in both pics. What else do you need to understand that you are being urged to not think for yourself? The greatest evil in the universe is the guy who brings you illumination? Bury your head in the sand, we’ll tell you what to do instead.
    Reminds me of this comic:
    i203.photobucket.com/albums/aa74/harrowlawl/sciencevsreligion.jpg

  6. Re: “suicydking’s” comment -

    I am always amused by people who confuse following a deity and following a religion. Not every christian is a religious person. Not every religious person is a Christian.

  7. Good point @Mintymadness. I would never call myself a Christian, because I totally refute nearly 95% of the bible. There was 5% worth listening to, I took the few teachings worth while and moved on to the next option.

    Lucifer was the one advocate of living and enjoying our lives.
    Throughout the bible, he was only responsible for a couple hundred deaths. God’s murders numbered in the 10′s of thousands.
    I’ll gladly accept all responsibility for my care free lifestyle. Heaven sounds boring anyway.

  8. I was referring specifically to religious Christians, who, by definition, would believe in Satan.

    Any other type of Christian would be like a guy who claims to be a cop, but hasn’t actually left the house or gone to work in a few years.

    The comment wasn’t meant to be anti-religious, just a critique of a belief system that equates knowledge with sin.

  9. @suicydking
    Light isn’t always a metaphor for knowledge. Lucifer refers to the planet Venus, specifically when seen in the morning. Since Venus is the brightest “star” in sky, but gets “chased away” by the sun, it makes good metaphor for someone who seems powerful at first but is overthrown.

  10. Speaking of Satan. I always wondered how hell and heaven could both exist. If you had a family member go to hell but you didn’t, how could you have eternal happiness? How can God be all loving, but still send people to hell? If God was all-knowing, why would he create people that are going to hell?

    I’ve always had those questions. Maybe someone religious can answer them.

  11. Actually to add on, it wasn’t even those questions that made me leave Christianity, it was the Bible. Have any of you read that shit?

  12. Exacerbate, it sounds like you have much i common with Epicurus. He asks:

    Is God willing to prevent evil, but not able? Then he is not omnipotent.
    Is he able, but not willing? Then he is malevolent.
    Is he both able and willing? Then whence cometh evil?
    Is he neither able nor willing? Then why call him God?

  13. Also, I’m sure no one will believe me, so I don’t know why even I’m posting this, but:
    I fucked Satan.
    It was almost exactly a year ago. I was visiting a friend who goes to law school at UCLA. We went out to a salsa club (which is one of the few non-nerdy I do well). After dancing a bit, he told me her name and there was a pause, like I should be impressed, and he said, “You know, I the one who rules the Hell, the Dark Prince”. And was I was like, “Yeah, I’m from Baltimore.” and he laughed. So ended up going back to my friend’s apartment, drank some wine, then he took his girlfriend home, and well…
    Anyway, I didn’t realize who he was until I got home and tried to look-up his number on-line.
    I think I’ve still got some picture on my old cell phone. I’ll check when I get home.

  14. Mr.Dooves, i call bullshit on your refuting “nearly 95% of the bible”

    sounds like you pulled that out of your ass.

    not that i am one of these asshole christians that deify the bible and make it all holy and shit. it’s just a collection of works, after all, and i know of several paradoxes and discrepancies. but 95% bullshit? come on.

    IF ANYONE DISAGREES, THEN FUCK YOU /hahahaha

  15. @ reboot: I never knew that, or else I forgot over the years. That leads me to ask, however, what did the apple in the garden symbolize? From what tree did it hang? And who tempted Eve to eat it?

    Makes me think of the religious right… knowledge is bad, just listen to us instead. Blissful ignorance.

    And yet Christ said that those who ignore the common sense they have in their hearts will never enter heaven. Those people, and the rich.

    Oh well. I don’t want to start a religious v non war here, just throwing it out there. Religion is kind of like prescription meds: Does a lot of good for some people, but it shouldn’t be marketed to me on television, you shouldn’t have to pay for it, and it shouldn’t have any negative side effects. Since that will never happen, we have to take the good with the bad.

  16. okay you know what I am pissed, none of these pics. look like me, I mean you have one bad fucking hair day and all of a sudden you have horns. Damn!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Oh and I don’t have man tits either.

  17. @suicydking
    It gets confusing because originally Satan, Lucifer and the serpent were entirely different “people”. Early Jewish mythology was actually polytheistic. The commandment is to have “no other gods before me”. It doesn’t say that there aren’t any other gods.
    It wasn’t until the 1st century BC, probably influenced by Persian Zoroastrianism, that they started to merge all of the different devils into one concept. Then Christianity came along started making up their own myths, which were even less consistent.

  18. reboot, you are retarded for that last statement, and you know it

  19. What? That Christian made up their own myths? I guess it would be more accurate to say that they plagiarized myths from other cultures, such as Egyptian sun worship and Zoroastrianism. Is that better?

  20. No reboot, the devil went back in time, took a break from planting dinosaur bones, and wrote the Zoroastrian legend of a virgin birth in a stable.

  21. I can’t understand how him being the most beautiful angel in Heaven turns him into a goat with wings after he’s b&

  22. @NateDog: The point I was trying to make, is that all but 5% of the bible has any value to ME. As in all things, you take what value you can. The bible
    was loosely based on some great ideas, but written by some greedy assholes. They twisted almost the entire works to their own advantage.
    Knowing the bibles history, its difficult to believe anything within its pages. So I absorb the general ideals. The moral suggestions.
    Not much else can carry any water in my books.

  23. Watch ZeitGeist. It wraps up what Reboot and Suicydking are discussing. Traces every religion back to the same source. They all plaguerize each other.

  24. I’d rather laugh with the sinners than cry with the saints, the sinners are much more fun…

  25. Not all into church and that kind of shit.. nor am I into satanic bullshit either.

    I would prefer to not see this shit and have it marked nsfw. Makes the site nsfw when posted like this.

    Hail Deez Nuts

  26. To be fair, only the first pic is actually a representation of Satan. The second one is of one of the deities that were the inspiration for him.

  27. Ah, Zietgiest! facepalm.jpg
    so much retardation in this thread.

    Mr.Dooves, i dont beleive you know the bible’s history. if you did, you’d know that ‘greedy assholes’ had nothing to do with the writing of the bible.

    was Paul being a greedy asshole when he wrote his letters? what about Isaiah? or Job? i guess they all decided at the weekly card game to write some bullshit so they could oppress all you fat bastards. and twisted the entire works to their own advantage? think before you type, please…

    i’d go on, but it would be a waste of time.

    also, reboot, you know as well as the rest of us that the hebrews were contemporaries of ancient egypt, india, china, etc….

    also, Zoroastrianism comes into history in like the 4th-5th century b.c. and who the hell is even confident of the dates of the Avesta? Isaiah was writing about a virgin giving birth nearly 8 centuries b.c.

    (Is. 7:14) Therefore the Lord himself will give you a sign: The virgin will be with child and will give birth to a son, and will call him Immanuel.

    a pretty fucking accurate and ancient copy of Isaiah was found in the Dead Sea Scrolls…

    tl;dr: Zoroaster my ass.

  28. Way to change the topic, natedog. I was referring specifically to how the concept of the devil changed due to influence from Zoroastrianism.
    Yes, I think Paul was a greedy asshole. I specifically blame him for most of the egregious flaws in Christianity. He edited the gospels ruthlessly suppressed competing sects, including some that were founded by people who actually knew Jesus.
    FWIW, I’ve never seen Zietgiest or whatever. I get my information from reading books.

  29. oh, is that what you meant by “they plagiarized myths from other cultures, such as Egyptian sun worship and Zoroastrianism”?

    and the zietgiest crack was aimed at drooves

    also, your link to the Ebionites says they “insisted on a universal necessity of following Jewish religious law and rites”, which would go contrary to the teachings of jesus. the Old Testament and the Law were given to show humanity that they were guilty, not to save them. a law cannot do anything but condemn, and cannot save. this is why a savior was needed.

    if the law was perfect and able to save, then there would be no need for a new covenant.

    this can be seen in the sacrifices and the yearly day of atonement. if the blood of goats and bulls and birds was sufficient to get rid of sin (all this is assuming you believe in such things), then they would have stopped.

    King David even wrote about this in Psalms, which is in the OT.

    as far as paul “editing the gospels ruthlessly”, i dont think you know what you are talking about. when it comes to Paul, i know what i am talking about. I’m sure you won’t believe me, so I don’t know why even I’m posting this, but: I fucked Paul.
    It was almost exactly a year ago. I was visiting a friend who goes to law school at UCLA. We went out to a salsa club (which is one of the few non-nerdy I do well). After dancing a bit, he told me his name and there was a pause, like I should be impressed, and he said, “You know, the one who edited the gospels ruthlessly”. And was I was like, “Yeah, I’m from Baltimore.” and he laughed. So ended up going back to my friend’s apartment, drank some wine, then he took his girlfriend home, and well…
    Anyway, I didn’t realize who he was until I got home and tried to look-up his scriptures on-line.
    I think I’ve still got some picture on my old cell phone. I’ll check when I get home.

  30. @ Natedog:

    Where in the bible was Jesus called “Immanuel”?

  31. also, your link to the “people who actually knew jesus” reads as thus:

    Without authenticated archaeological evidence, attempts to reconstruct their history have been based on textual references, mainly the writings of the Church Fathers. The earliest reference to a group that might fit the description of the Ebionites appears in Justin Martyr’s Dialogue with Trypho (c. 140). Justin distinguishes between Jewish Christians who observe the Law of Moses but does not require its observance upon others, and those who believe the Mosaic Law to be obligatory on all.[24] Irenaeus (c. 180) was the first to use the term “Ebionites” to describe a heretical judaizing sect, which he regarded as stubbornly clinging to the Law.

  32. ““insisted on a universal necessity of following Jewish religious law and rites”, which would go contrary to the teachings of jesus. ”
    Matthew 5:17
    “Think not that I am come to destroy the law, or the prophets: I am not come to destroy, but to fulfill.”
    The stuff about the “new covenant” all comes from Paul, who I am specifically accusing of being a unreliable source.

    I don’t get your point about sacrifices (because your sentence construction sucks). Sacrifices were stopped because of the destruction of the Temple.

    “I fucked Paul.”
    That’s why your breath smells like 2000 year-old cum.

  33. not that i want to get into arguing scripture, because i don’t like to do that bullshit.

    but jesus came to “FULFILL the law”. is that not what i was talking about? did i say jesus destroyed the law? no. i pointed out that the law’s purpose was not to save; rather to condemn sinful man and to point to the savior.

    this is what jesus meant by fulfilling the law

  34. Yeah natedog, you actually have to read the WHOLE THING. I know that’s hard for you, but give a try before you make yourself look stupid. Oops, too late.
    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ebionites#James_vs._Paul
    James, the head of the Ebionites, was the brother of Jesus. So maybe he had a better clue of what Jesus really meant than Paul, who had never met Jesus and was busy persecuting Christians when he suddenly (and suspiciously) changed sides and appointed himself the leader.

  35. @ Natedog:

    Ok, that verse says “Behold, a virgin shall be with child, and shall bring forth a son, and they shall call his name Emmanuel, which being interpreted is, God with us”. That’s in the future tense. As in they’re predicting. Where in the bible did they actually call Jesus “Immanuel”? They didn’t. It was said that they’d call him “Immanuel”, but they never actually DID call Jesus “Immanuel”. Maybe I’m being too picky.

  36. my point about the animal sacrifices was that they didnt bring salvation or forgiveness; and that is why they were offered again and again.

  37. you are totally right, wookie

    no one has ever called jesus immanuel, and when that name is uttered, no one EVER thinks of jesus

  38. @ Natedog:

    Actually, I’ll bet you $5 that you ask any random person on the street about Immanuel, they’ll think you’re talking about a little short black dude from the ’80s show “Webster”.

  39. i’ll take the bet if it’s not an american street

  40. natedog you better recognize reboot reads books. what now bitch.

  41. asdf, what are these books you speak of?

    you only side with reboot because he has incriminating gaysecks pics of you on his cell phone

  42. Lasciate ogni speranza, voi ch’intrate.

  43. lol so true i like them fat and bald and somewhat decent at salsa dancing. i forgot to mention he reads books. i particularly like the books that you have to color hopefully he uses those books for his research.

  44. The Republican party has Jesus.

    The Democrat party has Satan.

    Fair game.

  45. wait…this is not dad…is a fucking pan!!

  46. @natedog
    All those famous pics on his cell and he still hasn’t showed us 1.

  47. I used to practice Satanism, before i was an atheist, which was before i worshiped the Christian god again ( i don’t like to call myself christian since i fucking hate christianity). Atheism and satanism definitely have better heavy metal.

  48. i wonder if you checked with the copyright holder (edmund b. szekely) before you posted that picture of baphomet – who is not the same thing as satan, by the way…

  49. yeah but on the bright side, my ignorance has been exorcised and I see the light of knowledge not to .. and so forth. :P

  50. Stay tuned next week, while we discuss another book of Complete Fiction, “Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone”. So put on your reading caps kids!

  51. the last harry potter book sucked balls

  52. All things Harry Potter suck.

  53. @przqqgl

    wtf, copyright? you must be new to m[c]s

    wtf.

    copyright?

    wtf!

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