Holocron of Darth Atlas

Darth Atlas, that is the name I have taken for myself as a Sith Lord. Yes I am a Sith, I have chosen to be Sith and my choices have made me what I am today.The greatest tool in a humans arsenal is that of choice. I am a Sith and yet I remain a devout Christian. This is easily done although you may not see it at first. As a Christian, I love God, and as a Sith I love myself. I seek to serve myself as a Sith Lord but loving and serving God does both of these for me. I love God and would do anything that he called upon me to do, so to simply carry out his will I serve that which I love therefor I serve myself. It’s a little tough to understand but when you think about it, it makes perfect sense.By serving that which I love I gain the warmth of knowing that my service is to something Divine and Holy.

This is possible even for somebody who calls himself a Sith, let’s say you have somebody in need of help yet helping them will not give you anything. As a Sith and a Christian I would help him. Why? Because by helping him I protect that which God took time to create and therefor I serve God in my actions. So you see, being a Sith doesn’t mean being evil or cruel.

Earlier I mentioned choice. I believe in the divine power of choice that God granted all of us. I chose to be what and who I am. The Dark Side didn’t choose me I chose it. I chose it because I seek to dive into the unknown, to find that hidden strength and power of emotion and will. There are hidden powers in the Dark Aspect and I seek to reveal them and conquer them. That is why I have chosen the Dark Side of the Force as my guide.

But what of the other Archetypes of the Dark Side? What of the Krath and the Jensari? I believe that these are all just different parts of one entity that is Sith. The means may be different but in the end the goals remain the same, in the beggining the servants of the Dark Side were Sith and it will end that way to. Krath and Jensari may be different in means and philosophy, but they are still servants of the Dark Side, so they are still part of the original Sith. A Sith does not have to revel in hate and anger, I myself also take part in the feelings of Love and Joy, as does every other human being, dark student or not. But the dark aspects members all remain a part of the original Sith, if not specifically the Archetype of the Dark Aspect called Sith.

Your emotions are the keys to your life and destiny. Intense feelings can help you see better and feel better than you ever have before. A basic feeling is Pain. Pain is a key to unlocking yourself. I use pain sometimes to look deeper into myself by the use of a meditation style. I sit down and get comfortable, then I begin to think. I think about events and actions that have pained me. I revive the terrible feelings that I felt during those moments and enlarge them. completely giving in to the pain and misery that it caused me. Then I take a step back and observe, I think about why these events and actions have pained me, what about me allows these things to hurt me. I shuffle through these thoughts until I find the answers, seeing why I am pained, I accept these reasons as weaknesses and show myself that my own weakness must be blocked off if I am ever to become more protected from Pain.

The Pain I feel is a sacrifice to God, he has allowed me to feel this way and it is a gift I should be grateful for. While I am grateful to Him, I accept that some pains are tests of my strength and will and I serve him by destroying these weaknesses in myself. Making myself a better Servant of God, and a better Sith.

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The Dark Side is a fog, a very dense fog where you cannot see where you are going once you enter it. It takes a strong will to enter the fog and even more to continue down the path. If you reach out and you are strong enough you will eventually grab something, the fog is full of rewards, but it only grants its greatest rewards to those strong enough to take them.There are many paths in the fog, and one path is made just for you, nobody’s path is the same, for we are each free to choose it for ourselves. As Sith, we are completely free, we have no restrictions besides those that we set upon ourselves, but restrictions are weights, and with them chained to you, you will never know what the Dark Side really is to you.

The further into the fog you go, the denser and hotter it gets, at this point some are afraid to go on, and thus are the weaker Sith denied, the stronger Sith keep going and learn the more powerful truths of the Dark Side, these are the Sith Lords, masters of themselves and their knowledge.

But even with the title of Sith Lord the fog still holds many secrets, and thus is the learning everlasting. There is always something more that the fog can teach you, it is foolish to believe that you know every secret of the fog. Thus it is wise to take on several teachers over time so that you have a wider range of knowledge of the Dark Side.

The fog is infinite, and it always has something to teach. To learn its secrets a Sith must never stop walking, you must never hesitate or regret. If you do, the fog will consume you and you will be lost. Keep on walking, choose your own path and walk it without fear, and the fog will lead you to its greatest knowledge and secrets.

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Published in: on October 12, 2007 at 8:27 pm  Comments (5)  

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  1. You call your self Sith yet you serve a God, Sith serve only there thirst for power and ever more knloedge. The Sith have loyaltys BUT that is simply to gain. Sith do not help others out of joy or love Sith teachings tell you to harness only your most powerful emotions to eliminate compassion, regret and hesitation.

  2. Compassion is a powerful emotion. And in having a belief and desire to serve God, he serves his own desires and lives by his own beliefs in serving the god he believes in, doesn’t he? For myself, I tend to agree with you, but I see plenty of merit in his choices… merit and empowerment for his own life anyways.

    ‘Course, it’s all a bit moot at this point, i don’t think he really considers himself a Sith anymore (though I could be wrong, he’s been out of touch for a long time).

  3. He’s a ChriSithTian lol

    • also, what about Darth Vectivus? he wasn’t particularly warlike, and felt his family peace was a goal he served…

  4. We sith do not hesitate or show mercy yet we have our loyalty to those like God our religion is different from our teachings Darth Atlas you are smart but you still have lots to learn young sith


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