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    Essays

    The Nine Satanic Statements

    Eleven Rules of the Earth

    The Nine Satanic Sins

    Pentagonal Revisionism

    Recognizing Pseudo-Satanism

    Satansim Needs An Enema!

    Basic Reading

    The Satanic Bible by Anton Szandor LaVey

    The Satanic Witch by Anton Szandor LaVey

    The Satanic Scriptures by Peter H. Gilmore

    This will serve as a good primer for the beginning of your studies.
    Vos nequeo quiveum nosco. Vos solus nosco quantas illae opto praebeo et quantus illae cado abscondo.

    The Church of Satan
    Do you want to live forever?

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    thanks Stelionis Ignigenae

    I'll give it a quick read looks interesting and well rounded

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leviathan View Post
    There are a few other readings one interested in Satanism should look into. Actually there are millions but I will only list a few.
    Yes, the learning never ends. I just didn't want to overwhelm anyone.
    Vos nequeo quiveum nosco. Vos solus nosco quantas illae opto praebeo et quantus illae cado abscondo.

    The Church of Satan
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    Quote Originally Posted by Leviathan View Post
    Oh I know. It is not as if I was trying to make your post seem inadequate. The books you mentioned are great jumping off points for the novice. I was just listing what reading I think they should undertake after expending the resources you gave.
    Yes, and for anyone reading this, you may want to save Ayn Rand for last.
    Vos nequeo quiveum nosco. Vos solus nosco quantas illae opto praebeo et quantus illae cado abscondo.

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    The early Church of Satan Reading List, with comments by LaVey

    he Morning of the Magicians by Louis Pauwels and Jacques Bergier. NY: Avon Books, 1968. Anton LaVey: “First and best work ever done describing the Satanic influence in the world.”

    The Black Arts by Richard Cavendish. NY: G.P. Putnam’s Sons, 1968. “Good basic primer on the subject.”

    A Fascinating History of Witchcraft, Magic, & Occultism by W.B. Crow. North Hollywood: Wilshire Book Co., 1970. “Has much new material of interest to Satanic scholars.”

    The Satanic Mass by H.T.F. Rhodes. London: Jarrold’s Publishers Ltd, 1968: “A non-hysterical account by a criminologist who has researched his subject well.”

    Witchcraft: Its Power in the World Today by William Seabrook. NY: Lancer Books #78656, 1968. “Witchcraft discussed in terms of suggestive psychology.”

    The Second Coming: Satanism in America by Arthur Lyons. NY: Dodd, Mead, 1970. “Discusses our Church from an objective standpoint, shows how the media have maligned our Order, and gives concise comparisons with the beliefs of some of the ‘Satanic cults’.”

    Rasputin by Colin Wilson. London: Panther Books, 1966. “An insight into the workings of a truly Satanic magician.”

    The Circus of Dr. Lao by Charles G. Finney. NY: Viking Press, 1935 “A tale that tells it all; every human foible is dissected. It is the epic of man’s desire and futility: Zarathustra under canvas - an excursion to the highest Llamasery of the Red Monks for those who can read it.”

    The King in Yellow by Robert W. Chambers. NY: F. Tennyson Neely, 1895 “First on my list, as it is the work of a writer of cheap romances who became dæmonically possessed after being involved in espionage work of a delicate nature, the implications of which are still cycling. Chambers, in his literary emergence from the Impressionists of his day, cast a die for Lovecraft, Orwell, Huxley, and many others. Yes, the reading of The King in Yellow in its entirety can drive one mad, if one realizes the insidiousness of the thing.”

    Cult of the Cat by Patricia Dale Green. NY: Tower Publications, 1970 [later reprinted as The Archetypal Cat by Spring Publications, Dallas, TX] “Without question the most enlightening book yet written on the relationship of the cat to Satanism.”

    Modern Ritual Magic: The Rise of Western Occultism by Francis King. NY/UK/Australia: Macmillan, 1989 “A comprehensive survey of the Golden Dawn and other magical orders. Contains more actual, no-nonsense information than can be gleaned from the ponderous writings of the orders covered.”

    Odoratus Sexualis by Iwan Block. North Hollywood: Brandon House, 1967. “The use of odors in magic.”

    Magica Sexualis by Emile Laurent and Paul Nagour. North Hollywood: Brandon House, 1966. “Contains some little-known lore.”

    The Social Contract by Robert Ardrey. NY: Atheneum, 1970. “The Law of the Jungle as applied to human behavior. How the fallacy of ‘all men are created equal’ has created an imbalance - perhaps necessary - in man’s potential. A beautifully written book guaranteed to hurt many whose only claim to fame is that they are ‘higher animals’.”

    Collective Search for Identity by Orrin E. Klapp. NY: Holt, Rinehart & Winston, 1969. “A useful key to the understanding and utilization of Lesser Magic.”

    Heroes, Villains, and Fools by Orrin E. Klapp. Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: Prentice-Hall, 1962. “Same comments as applied to Collective Search for Identity.”

    The Psychology of Man’s Possible Evolution by Peter D. Ouspensky. NY: Alfred A. Knopf, 1969. “Should be read especially by those members whose magical ability is hampered by flaws in their balance factor.”

    Behavior Control by Perry London. NY: Harper & Row, 1969 “A Satanic glimpse into the very near future. As this book was too hot for most markets, it might be difficult to obtain.”

    The Myth of Mental Illness by Thomas S. Szasz. NY: Dell Publishing Co., 1961. “A scathing indictment against the Judæo/Christian glorification of weakness and inadequacy which has fostered the psychic vampire. A fine book by a courageous writer.”

    Man and Time by J.B. Priestley. NY: Crescent Books, 1964. “A beautifully done book which explains many sound theories of space and time. Very usable information.”

    The Last Days by Anthony Hunter. London: Anthony Blond Ltd, 1958. “A fairly scarce work from England which explains the workings of the prophets of doom who prey upon their followers’ fears that the world will end, tidal waves, earthquakes, etc.”

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    Talking hate your enemies with your whole heart

    ''Give blow for blow, scorn for scorn, doom for doom''
    these were the words in Satanic Bible that made me love Lavey
    no one can halt our quest for dominion

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    Quote Originally Posted by Emma-O View Post
    ''Give blow for blow, scorn for scorn, doom for doom''
    these were the words in Satanic Bible that made me love Lavey
    "If a man smite you on one cheek, smash him on the other."

    That's my personal favorite.
    And thou, Mercury, most nefarious beast...

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    i agree lol

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    that's a great starter list not only for laveyan satanists, but for any satanist in general. I would just put the whole satanic bible on the list, though. then the SR, then you can go on to Aquino & friends.

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    With all due respect, xervans--I wouldn't bother with "Aquino and friends." Aquino has claimed that the Church of Satan is no longer active/functioning, and basically claims that the Temple of Set is the continuation of the CoS. I guess that's what happens when one quits the CoS and stomps off, perhaps for some sort of retribution? ::shrugs::
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