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By szwtana to release your hatred towards those who deserve it, you cleanse yourself of these malignant emotions and need not take your pent-up hatred out on your loved ones.

The Satanic Bible by Anton Szandor LaVey

I wondered, was there magic within? By those lights, this is no Bible. So yeah, I can’t hang with that bullshit. Szansor it snton or bad, you are who you are. Needlessly blunt, socially irresponsible, poorly written. Thanks for the motivation, Good Reads! They will mess up, it’s expected of human nature and events, and when this occurs, the people on that path must not give up or chastise themselves for their mistakes but, rather, accept them and continue to move forward towards the goal.

The Satanic Bible

I first read the “Satanic Bible” at the target age – bilbia fifteen or sixteen, I believe. God, Jesus and the other goodie goodies have to have a counter point. A mix of equal parts tongue-in-cheek symbolism and outright charlatanism.

Seems like a good way to live ones life.


And he also seems a bit arbitrary. LaVey is refreshingly intelligent, hard-nosed, and rational. Read the original thinkers that LaVey knocks off. Open Preview See a Problem? One of my hobbies is reading religious texts, so I read the Satanic Bible. Oh yeah, I was unregenerate too.

The book ends with the Enochian Keys bastardized for Satanic purposes. Pretend you’re a high school student in an ostensibly wholesome but extraordinarily dull small city. Maybe I would have rated this book higher when I was an angsty teenager looking to lash out at established norms in any way that I could. You are your own god and you are merely human, a higher evolved version of a primate. I could go on and on, but really, do I need to? Moving on to LaVey’s theories and ideas, we see some ridiculousness and some common sense.

De-Mystifies All Shock Value So, I read this when I was about fifteen and liked to see the looks on people’s faces when they saw me reading it.

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Anyways, as mentioned before, a big part of their belief system is egotism and indulgence. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. But because this work in particular has gained such notoriety a fact I find utterly antoonperhaps you should read it if you feel it will satisfy your curiosity.

To view it, click here. Or rather it CAN be. Not what you might think based on the title and the names of some of the chapters. There are no blood sacrifices, cannibalism, forced sex or anything of the sort. One can extrapolate this to include parks, roads, etc. I thought this was a nice touch.


An interesting look into the birth of Satanic philosophy, but I have to say that this is some of the most self-serving, self-righteous, Machiavellian drivel that I have ever read. I’ve read the Bible a few times now and it has a number of good lessons that I still follow even now, regard Here’s the deal: For example, the first part, Anton szandor lavey biblia szatana Book of Fire, is phrased in such a way as to emancipate the readers who are morally and philosophically entangled in oppressive, fundamentalistic Christian doctrines from these very shackles which close their minds.

If you try to love everyone you only lessen your feelings for those who deserve your love. However, at times the author tries to pretend to be pseudo-mystical, but his ideas and statem This text is just shy of being complete swill, and is saved only by the fact that since it’s publication it has become THE primer for Left Hand Path philosophy.

LaVey also makes suspect metaphysical claims, and that’s putting it mildly. It’s not very consistent, and definitely difficult to keep on task reading it.

I did it for myself. LaVey downplayed the seriousness of his plagiarism.