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Moral Servitor
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Post # 1
I've been reading as much as I could to get ready to create my own servitor, but I was wondering, since some if the resources I've read have said that servitors have personalities and intelligence, do any of you think that there is a point where it's no longer right to get rid of/ reabsorb the servitor? And at what point would that be?
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Re: Moral Servitor
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Post # 2
I had never heard of these before coming to this site and as such have vigorously gleaned every piece of information I can on them. I am still researching this subject matter but from what I know thus far, I am of the opinion that any thought construct, servitor, tulpa or whatever is all in your mind and as such, is part of you even if it can manifest as a conciousness on the astral plane. So No, it is not unethical to reabsorb an extension of yourself, if it is really possible to create it to begin with. I could be wrong as my current information resources are limited.
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Re: Moral Servitor
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Post # 3
I agree with the above statement. A servitor is seemingly a extension of yourself created with a certain intent in mind as well as the knowledge you would most likely one day reabsorb the energy used to manifest it. Taking this into account along with the fact it lacks a soul, though I know some would argue over the existence of such a thing, I see no immorality in reabsorbing this energy. Let me put it another way I might take a pause or rethink my actions if the servitor gained a conscious or intelligence strong enough to include a survival instinct/desire to live that caused them to either resist your attempts to reabsorb its energy or make a plea for it's life. If the servitor managed this I would take a further step into believing it is a true independently living entity with its own consciousness, otherwise I wouldn't have any moral dilemma.
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Re: Moral Servitor
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Post # 4
Thanks for the thoughts! My only concern is people have said that if a servitor becomes conscious of itself, that is the time to end it as they are no longer doing what they are created to do.
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Re: Moral Servitor
By: Moderator / Knowledgeable
Post # 5
Many times the creation of a servitor is entirely of one's own mind. The simple fact is that most who seek to create them simply cannot sever this aspect of their "self" to create something that is wholly independent.

That being said, I have created something that is entirely independent. It began quite amorphous, lacking identity, shape, or objectives of its own having been created to serve as a tool - that had no links to its creator or those whom were allowed to borrow it. It was given only enough free will to think for itself while following the instructions that it was given.

As I described elsewhere in a post upon servitor creation, the initial manifestation of the servitor even presented phenomenon traditionally associated with the manifestation of spirits. While the energy was willed into the general creation, the pets within the house all came to see what was occurring. They all stared with intent curiosity at the same place - exactly where I was creating the servitor spirit. Upon completion of the ritual, every pet promptly put their tails between their legs and fled the room.

Within my use, it remained as I had initially intended it to be - an indistinct spirit, with only enough free will to follow instruction, that could not even find its way back to me unless I conjured it. Thus it was able to observe and influence for me, without me being directly involved, and without me potentially being subject to the influence of that with which it interacted.

Once its tasks were completed, it was loaned out to a peer to further experiment. Despite my instruction and without my knowledge, she began to treat it as a pet and even gave it a name.

When I conjured it back to me, I found such behaviors and questioned her and found out about her treatment. The spirit had learned, adapted, and grown from this. With this taken as some measure of proof that it was more than an internal construct, and not wishing to see it grow into something that became difficult to control and then grew bitter at its existence as a lower entity, I deconstructed it.

Sorry this story was somewhat of a digression from your question, but I think perhaps it might answer it all the same.
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Re: Moral Servitor
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Post # 6
i have done a little reading on servitors but im not clear on wether or not you can see them. or what kind of things they can do.
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Re: Moral Servitor
By: Moderator / Knowledgeable
Post # 7
As with all spirits, you only "see" them through visualization. That is to that the mind interprets what it senses and creates a mental image of spiritual energies and spirits themselves. These things do not produce light to actually see.
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Re: Moral Servitor
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Post # 8
No offense to you, as you are considered knowledgable and responsible enough to be a moderator, but I can not begin to believe a mental construct / thought form could be independant of you, especially to the point of being lent out. Sorry but I do not see it as being possible. Granted I am just now learning about these things. What little I know leads me to believe a spirit must have attached itself to your thought construct and would have eventually gone bad for you if you had not deconstructed it. That is the only plausible explaination from what I have learned of them thus far. I could be wrong. :-)
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Re: Moral Servitor
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Post # 9
While the servitor is an extention of oneself and some argue that they do both have souls, I personally believe that they are able to develop emotions and personalities. Why? Because they are an extention of thoughts that have been projected into a realm in which we are able to see them through visualization. However, they pick up impurities which they vaguelt experience before our own energy flushes out the impure projected thoughts of others. So they learn right from wrong and when left alone by us and faced with moral desicions, they must do what they think we have taught them as right and wrong. Therefore, I think it becomes immoral to reabsorb them when they refuse to be absorbed again. However, this indicates that they no longer hang onto your every word you say, making them reckless and it becomes irresponsible to leave them there. So I recommend sewlin them away in an object and then purifying that object.
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Re: Moral Servitor
By: Moderator / Knowledgeable
Post # 10
You are thinking of a servitor as a mental construct/thought form. They are not this, but a spirit.
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