Anton Szandor LaVey – Biblia Szatana. 9 likes. Book. Anton Szandor LaVey, zalozyciel Kosciola Szatana w San Francisco, znany najbardziej ze swojej kontrowersyjnej ksiazki Biblia Szatana, jednak to Szatanska. Anton Szandor LaVey. BIBLIA SZATANA. PRZEDMOWA. Książka ta powstała, ponieważ – oprócz kilku wyjątków – każda rozprawa, praca.
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I want to know where I can read this for free. Eddy Klein It’s at my local library. It’s probably at yours too. See 2 questions about Biblia Szatana…. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Before my Christian friends freak out about this one, they should know that “Satanism” is not the same as “Satan Worship”, and that the former is actually an atheistic philosophy albeit a very theatrical and confrontational oneas opposed to the latter which is a religion.
No Satanist actually believes in heaven or hell, good or evil, God or the Devil. Satanists believe that religion has turned mankind into passive sheep, and seek to undo the “damage” they feel religion has caused.
The Satanic Bible
Satanism is, Before my Christian friends freak out about this one, they should know that “Satanism” is not the same as “Satan Worship”, and that the former is actually an atheistic philosophy albeit a very theatrical and confrontational oneas opposed to the latter which is a religion.
Satanism is, I feel, Nietzsche’s philosophy filtered through a lesser mind. I’ll be honest, I bought the book both lsvey shock value and intellectual interest when I was in high school szatan is when I feel most people will buy this bookread it once, was unimpressed, and never picked it up again. It’s not a bad book, and some of what LaVey has to say makes sense, in a morbid, angst-ridden, angry kind of way, but LaVey was no genius, and anyone interested in this kind of stuff is probably better off picking up a book by Nietzsche or Sartre instead.
You’ll get szatwna more food for thought and far less silliness, while still szsndor points in high school for being rebellious and angsty. View all 18 comments. For my th review I couldn’t think of a more appropriate book than The Satanic Bible!
I bought this about 25 years ago and just now got around to reading it. Thanks for the motivation, Good Reads!
The Satanic Bible by Anton Szandor LaVey
Well, it’s like this Rock music has always been seen by some as a source of evil and there’s a history of musicians who supposedly sold their souls to the devil. As a guitar playing teen I idolized them and wanted to be them to the point of buying a book like this. I wondered, was there magic within?
Would the devil make me a rock god, too? Or just getting me laid would be cool I expected sex, blood, magic, horror, demons, and more sex and way more magic. Then I read it and what I got was more like Just to the left of the clock I believe is George Bush 2 and that’s pretty satanic in and of itself. Honestly, this book is just not as exciting as I’d hoped.
I’m sure it would scandalize a churchy type, but it didn’t do much for me. It didn’t start well. A carny who gets his panties in a bunch because he sees men being pious hypocrites, so he shaves himself bald and starts a cult, no sir, that is not a good start to a new religion.
There’s a foreword by a journalist, who describes meeting and getting to know LaVey. I thought this was a nice touch. It showed a more human side to the story. I’m one of those people that believe journalists should be unbiased, people who you can rely on to give you the facts, just the facts.
But then you learn this particular journalist became a high priest in the Church of Satan, and well, that kind of crushed his unbiased credibility. Moving on to LaVey’s theories and ideas, we see some ridiculousness and some common sense. On the one hand, I very much doubt LaVey would want to live in the world of chaos that his vision would create.
LaVey’s militant eye-for-an-eye-and-then-some Meaning he believes you strike down those who offend you with even greater force outlook coupled with a world of chaos would’ve put LaVey himself in harm’s way very quickly. The first half of the book expounds upon his theories. This section is much more relaxed than I expected. He speaks off the cuff, using slang and humor.
It’s an interesting approach to the writing of a religious text. Definitely a relief from the stuffy Holy Bible. By the way, any Satanists reading this can relax. Yes, I’m bagging on your boy a bit here, but I also think Christians are ridiculous, too. I’m one of those people who has faith in themselves, that they will do the right thing. So far I’m doing all right. Haven’t murdered any one yet!
Later The Satanic Bible gets into the whole “spell casting” thing, the reason I bought the damned book in the first place. Much is made of sex, blood essence, speaking accursed names aloud and none of it was as cool as I’d hoped.
I did like that LaVey calls out the people who sacrifice animals as cowards for not having the balls to draw their own blood for these rituals. The last half of the book is a very short, quick read.
There’s barely more than a dozen lines on some of the last hundred or so pages. Sometimes it’s just a title page or one simple sentence and blank space on the back side. This was done for aesthetics and it’s a big waste of paper. The book would be a lot smaller otherwise. All in all, I think Christians get their panties in a bunch over nothing much here. And as LaVey says, they need Satan. It’s the Yin and Yang. God, Jesus and the other goodie goodies have to have a counter point.
The good guys need the bad guys. View all 16 comments.
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. Look at that big inverted pentacle. It wasn’t completely without wnton as I then went out and read its even more tired sister book The Satanic Witchbut the fact that I was reading a book called The Satanic Bible – and pissing off people around me as I read it on public transport – was worth far more to me than anything I was actually rea 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.
It wasn’t completely without merit as I then went out and read its even more tired sister book The Satanic Witchbut the fact that I was reading a book called The Satanic Bible – and pissing off people around me szandorr I read it on public transport – was worth far more to me than anything I was actually reading in it.
The one bit I found interesting was about ‘psychic vampires’ also known as people who use you up. This phrase does seem to have been adopted more widely. One point to Mr. However, for the majority, this book is part gibberish, part self-aggrandisement and part nihilism.
Takeaway morals were pretty much ‘do what you want, but don’t be an idiot: Sandor claims pheromones are magic, acting sexy is magic, ‘psychodrama’ is magic, and that any kind of big satanic ritual thing has power if the people involved are getting off on it – but antoon where it begins and ends.
While this is probably true, if you’re sceptical about the existence of any occult powers then why bother with all the occult imagery? If you don’t believe Satan even exists then why call yourselves ‘Satanists’? It’s some unpleasant philosophy paired up with some shock value images and a smugness that anyone who is shocked just doesn’t understand you ’cause they were too stoooopid to read the disclaimer.
Mazel tov, you little scamps. And what will you be doing for your A-levels? This book is the textual equivalent of those s B-movie posters that promised so much and delivered so little. View all 5 comments. I can still smell bkblia faux poetry and mascara from here. Thank the Flying Anhon that acne finally cleared up. If you wonder what happens when the dionysian culture bomb of Crowley gets codified into a handy, and not at all subversive, book – well now you know.
I’d rank this somewhere below a L. Ron Hubbard and a Jack Chick tract in terms of worth. Listen kids, skip this trite, just read a SubGenius and get some slack. Saatana hugs, not drugs. As for destruction, hatred is something that I never feel; to hate someone in my opinion is to wish death or destruction on them, and I just never feel that towards anyone. I want others to be reasonably happy and alive even if I extremely dislike szatqna.