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5.0 out of 5 stars Deliverance From Darkness., 11 Oct 2003
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M. D Roberts (Gwent, United Kingdom) - See all my reviews
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This review is from: Lucifer Dethroned: A True Story (Paperback)
This is an absolutely compelling read and is a book that will hold your attention from the very first page, although it is also a book which will shock and frighten many readers. No doubt there will be many scoffers but this is a book on a subject which we ignore at our peril.
The book is written from an autobiographical perspective, although the author's wife also has some input. Readers are presented with a detailed, in depth account of the experiences of this husband and wife "team" who were involved in numerous areas of the occult including satanism, witchcraft, wicca and vampirism to mention but a few. Their involvement is described with many confirmatory references which reveal the senior positions and levels that they "attained" during such involvement.
The reality of these "spiritual realms of darkness" emanate from the pages of this book which reveal the depth and extent to which a plethora of occultic practices have permeated all levels of our society, including sadly some elements of the church.
The book begins as the writer accounts his experiences of human "vampirism" where he describes that "you have no idea what it is like to awaken to the need for the taste of blood in your mouth". Thus begins the description of this "voyage" into darkness and deceit in pursuit of "power" and what was thought to be the "truth". A journey that will horrify and disturb many readers, who will likewise be astounded at the degree to which the occult has spread and how even "human sacrifice" is still practised in certain quarters.
The immense amount of detail and dimensions of the experiences described in this book are impossible to cover in a review. Suffice to say that a terrifying descent "headlong into hell" began to come "off the rails" one day when this satanist came across an envelope containing his bank statement and a series of processed cheques relating to the "church of satan". One cheque had been endorsed on the back with the words "I'll be praying for you in Jesus' name". Although this was instantly dismissed, the writer's occultic powers began to cease and he was left feeling weak, sick and exhausted.
From this point on we are presented with the account of a "new" journey which ultimately results in this husband and wife partnership both becoming "born again" Christians. A detailed account which is very moving and which shows clearly the Power of Deliverance through Jesus Christ. A revelation that no matter how far anyone has travelled along the road to depravity, there is still hope and Deliverance. An amazing true story which will elevate those in the darkest depths of depression.
Basing all comments upon a wealth of personal experience, the book declares that all satanists, irrespective of the type of their involvement, are ultimately vulnerable human beings who are victims of deceit and delusion by the master deceiver himself. The book elaborates in chapter 15 that whilst their practices are to be deplored, the Salvation of the individual is to be prayed for. That such individuals should also be compassionately treated as people who are often wounded emotionally and/or physically and that they should not be treated as pariahs as regrettably some churches do. The book declares that the Power of the Blood of Jesus Christ can truly "save to the uttermost".
In addition to this astonishing true story, the book also documents the route to Deliverance for those who wish to be freed from the shackles of the occult. For those who become disturbed whilst beginning to read this book I would personally encourage them to persevere. The story is true and the message is essential to our times. An excellent book.
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars For anyone doubting the possibility of the supernatural, 2 May 2001
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This review is from: Lucifer Dethroned: A True Story (Paperback)
I found this one of the most gripping books I have ever read. Everyone I know that has read Lucifer Dethroned described it as a very intense read. I loved the way Schnoebelen dealt with this black topic and also the way the book was structured. While at the same time giving a detailed insight into the diverseness of Satanism as an organisation, Schnoebelen lets the reader experience the occult as he did, from childhood to the final stage where he indulges in vampirism. By being serious when he had to, but using humor throughout the book, he managed to make this heavy material quite enjoyable to read. I find it too hard to dismiss his experiences as lies and his whole life could not have been one big trip or hallucination. Whether you are a Christian or a materialist, if you are interested in what Satanism and the occult is all about, this might well prove the best introduction to the topic available.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Unputdownable!, 21 July 2010
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Dave Kinsella "Jesus First" (Ireland) - See all my reviews
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This review is from: Lucifer Dethroned: A True Story (Paperback)
I was hooked as soon as I began reading it. This is bigger than fiction. I was left wondering "could all this possibly be true?" I have no reason to doubt brother Schnoebelen, but it was all very fantastic sounding. Anyway, I really enjoyed this book, except for his little talk at the end about the KJV being God's inspired Bible over all other English translations.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent, 23 Jun 2014
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Mrs R Baillie (Ayr, South Ayrshire United Kingdom) - See all my reviews
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This not a book for the faint hearted. It is amazing to read though and I learned a lot from it.
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