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The Church Of Satan

Author : Michael A. Aquino
ISBN : 1494446960
Genre : Religion
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As a religious institution consecrated by and literally acknowledging the Prince of Darkness, the Church of Satan enjoyed an inspiring, and occasionally either thrilling or terrifying, existence from 1966 to 1975. Beginning as a whimsical and satirical countercultural statement against the social and institutionally-religious hypocrisy of the 1960s, the Church of Satan proceeded to evolve into a positive, sincere, and [to its own surprise] virtuous organization, though not without periodic individual and group growing pains: the consequence of allegiance to a supernatural entity only dimly apprehended and understood by Western Judæo-Christianized civilization. From its 1979 1st Edition to this 2013 8th, _The Church of Satan_ remains the only complete documentary history of that fascinating and bizarre adventure, from Anton & Diane LaVey's founding of the Church in their San Francisco home to its surprising dissolution into a secular business a decade later and metaphysical supersession by the Temple of Set. Ever since its 1981 2nd Edition, _The Church of Satan_'s growing size made it impossible to print. Volume I of this 8th Edition finally fits all of the text and plates into fewer than 500 pages: 285,300 words, 39 chapters, 73 color plates. This companion Volume II contains all 161 Appendices (247,000 words, 460 pages, B&W). Both volumes should be acquired and read together.]
Category: Religion

The Guardian

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ISBN : HARVARD:AH3QVZ
Genre : Conduct of life
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Category: Conduct of life

The Church Of Satan

Author : Blanche Barton
ISBN : 0962328626
Genre : Satanism
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A history of the world's most notorious religion, now twenty-five years old. An account of the many strange & sensational events that surrounded the Black Pope, Anton LaVey & his thousands of followers as they ushered in a new era of indulgence & carnality, based on pleasure instead of self-denial. Details the evenings spent with LaVey's Magic Circle, peopled with artists, writers & filmmakers whose names will be familiar, & points out de-facto Satanists throughout history, such as Benjamin Franklin & Mark Twain. Chapters include "Satan's Master Plan" & "How to Perform Satanic Rituals." Appendices list diabolically-inspired books, films & music, as well as a digest of letters the Church has received over the years. Debunks the many myths & misconceptions regarding Satanism that have been promulgated on the talk-show circuit. THE CHURCH OF SATAN is both a history & a handbook, written as a companion volume to LaVey's SATANIC BIBLE, whichoccult book merchants assert is "the all-time occult bestseller."
Category: Satanism

Church Of Satan Exposed

Author : Ronald Mwale
ISBN : IND:30000027214950
Genre : Santanism
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Category: Santanism

Anton Lavey And The Church Of Satan

Author : Carl Abrahamsson
ISBN : 9781644112427
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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• Includes never-before-published material from LaVey, including transcripts from his never-released “Hail Satan!” video • Shares in-depth interviews with intimate friends and collaborators, including LaVey’s partner Blanche Barton, his son Xerxes LaVey, and current heads of the Church of Satan Peter Gilmore and Peggy Nadramia • Provides inside accounts of the Church of Satan and activities at the Black House, personal stories and anecdotes from the very colorful life of the Black Pope, and firsthand explanations of key principles of LaVey’s philosophy With his creation of the infamous Church of Satan in 1966 and his bestselling book The Satanic Bible in 1969, Anton Szandor LaVey (1930-1997) became a controversial celebrity who basked in the attention and even made a successful career out of it. But who was Anton LaVey behind the public persona that so easily provoked Christians and others intolerant of his views? One of privileged few who spent time with the “Black Pope” in the last decade of his life, Carl Abrahamsson met Anton LaVey in 1989, sparking an “infernally” empowering friendship. In this book Abrahamsson explores what LaVey was really about, where he came from, and how he shaped the esoteric landscape of the 1960s. The author shares in-depth interviews with the notorious Satanist’s intimate friends and collaborators, including LaVey’s partner Blanche Barton, his son Xerxes LaVey, current heads of the Church of Satan Peter Gilmore and Peggy Nadramia, occult filmmaker Kenneth Anger, LaVey’s personal secretary Margie Bauer, film collector Jack Stevenson, and film historian Jim Morton. Abrahamsson also shares never-before-published material from LaVey himself, including discussions between LaVey and Genesis P-Orridge and transcripts from LaVey’s never-released “Hail Satan!” video. Providing inside accounts of the Church of Satan and activities at the Black House, this intimate exploration of Anton LaVey reveals his ongoing role in the history of culture and magic.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Lucifer S Angel

Author : R. W. K. Clark
ISBN : 1948312212
Genre : Fiction
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Sarah turns to witchcraft to console her grieving heart, and soon she discovers that the craft is all too real. But Sarah doesn't know that there are two sides to every coin, and in her innocence, she misses the signs that something very sinister is going on behind the scenes. Mommy told me something. Every kid should know. It's all about the devil. And I've learned to hate him so. Sarah is 15 with a kind heart and genuinely sweet disposition, and manages with a natural ease to be the "perfect child" that all other parents secretly compare their own children to. Sarah is definitely a product of her upbringing, as being raised in a loving home whose members all have their lives centered on worshiping the Lord and church life as a whole. Sarah, as a result, has lived an idyllic, picturesque life, free of pain, loss, and grief. As though feeling shock waves from the toppling of the Devil's domino set, Sarah soon has her life slammed upside down. The kickoff to her personal Death March thru the Valley of the Shadow of Death starts with the passing of her beloved grandmother. Confronted with the sad reality of Death for the very first time in her life, Sarah responds poorly. Unfortunately with each event, Sarah finds her thoughts turning dour, dim, and darker at all times, with there being but one specific target for her pain: God. Mad at the Lord for a perceived indifference to her plight, Sarah soon finds solace in something that she heard about in Sunday School, but only in the worst possible terms: witchcraft. Despite her anger at her faith, Sarah couldn't help but agree that everything her Sunday School teachers told her about witchcraft was entirely true- it's dangerous, it's dark, and it is a thing of pure evil. Sarah begins to use her new found power via witchcraft to help to start healing her broken heart, in addition to learning that her new faith has the power to give her any and all that she craves in life. However, caught up in the glitz and mysticism of her new power, Sarah forgot a key lesson from her church days: The greatest trick the Devil ever played was convincing you he didn't exist. www.rwkclark.com
Category: Fiction