~ Thoughts on The Temple ~
The Temple Ov Psychick Youth is a body of like-minded, ageless souls all
striving in an individual manner towards a collective goal: a guiltless
state of self-awareness.
The exploration of our innermost desires by the release of the sexual
spirit, and thus the freeing of our emotions of dogma and external
control, is fundamental to the process by which the Temple achieves its
collective identity. The process is a deeply personal voyage of
discovery (the very fact of the emphasis of the individual testifies to
this), one in which the Temple acts as a guiding light, a processor of
information and its re-direction.
"No Man is an Island", and for this reason the Temple is both needed for
support in our battle, and as a focus for the support we ourselves can
offer. Its sum being greater than the parts, the Temple serves as a
sounding board for ideas, provoking thought which may under other
circumstances never have been given the right "culture" in which to form
and grow. Thus the Temple is a growing, living organism whose form is a
result of the collection of "cells" within it, as in any biological
organism. The analogy with the natural world is of direct significance.
All life operates within a set environment or eco-system, but its very
presence is an integral part of that system. If any one species grows it
is at the cost of another, and if any "external force" is introduced the
balance can be forever altered with the possibility of collapse (eg:
Rainforests). The Temple is such a force, one which could ultimately
over-turn the preconceived ideas of our Western society. This may seem
to many to be a fanciful argument, but to those who mock I would say,
"how small is a virus or cancer cell that can cause the collapse of an
We may be small, but we are growing to attack like a cancer from within!
We must stand together, we must fight!