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Ideal coffee table book to provoke comment...,
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This review is from: Satanism: A Beginner's Guide to the Religious Worship of Satan and Demons Volume I: Philosophy: Volume 1 (Paperback)
Conventional satanism rather than modernised atheistic 'satanism' presented by in a very down-to-earth conversational style by Brother Nero.
This is an extremely amusing read, with winning chapter titles such as "Raising Children in Satanism" and so on - excellent advice includes teaching your toddler to call the dark overlord 'Baphomet' instead of 'Satan' in order to fox those pesky child protection types. I don't doubt BN's sincerity, but ultimately, he makes it clear that even satanism is basically consumed with in-fighting amongst it's various tiny sects and handful of adherents just like every other arbitrary belief system. One imagines various satanic covens spending their time casting 'powerful' hexes on their rival crews before heading off to Nandos for a post black-mass nosh up.
This is a really great book for leaving out on your coffee table - it sparks conversation every time - pair it up with Sarah Palin's "Going Rogue" and other randomly selected 'out-there' texts to really get the show started.
If reading is all about expansion then you certainly don't have to believe a word of it - this is genuinely a good read. I have already bought several copies for friends. Bring on Volume II - Satanism: Including Satanic Grocery Shopping and Luciferian Pet Grooming.