Saturday December 26, 2009 - 2:12 AM
Friday July 13, 2007 - 2:41 PM
Monday March 19, 2007 - 7:51 PM
- Anton Szandor LaVey
Honestly, most of what LaVey speak about in his book is common sense labled in the belief of "Satanism". Not all, just most. Some do make sense, although, I wouldn't call it Satanism and the rest are just continuous insults and attempted belittlements and accusations of god, which is a stupid way to compensate for the inadequicies Satanism has to offer.
" When one commits a wrong, they should realize that is it natural to make mistakes - and if he is truly sorry about what he has done, he will from it and take care not to do the same thing again. If he is not honestly sorry about what he has done, and knows he will do the same thing over and over, he has no buisness confessing and asking forgiveness in the first place. But this is exactly what happens. People confess their sins so that they can clear their conscience - and be free to go out and sin again, usually the same sin."
- Satanic Bible.
... makes sense, but I wouldn't call it satanic.
" Anyone who thinks of the Satan as evil should consider all the men, women, children and animals who have died because it was "God's will." Certainly a person grieving the untimely loss of a loved one would much rather have their loved one with them than in God's hands! Instead, they are unctuously consoled by their clergyman who says "It was God's will, my dear." or "His is in God's hands now, my son." Such phrases have been a convenient way for religionists to condone or excuse the mercilessness of God. But if God is in complete control as benign as he is suppose to be, why does He allow these things to happen? Too long have religionists have been falling back on thier bibles and rulebooks to prove or disprove, justify, condemn and interpret. "
- Satanic Bible.
Again, random insults and assumptions of god.
I believe in neither god nor satan, but still, this book is ghey.
3 out of 10.
ps: noooooooo, SATANISM AND WICCA IS NOTTTT THE SAMEEEE.
just a heads up.