Winter Laake is a screen-writer/writer and perveyor of Satanic/occult/witchcraft inculcations. He is a also psychic and a remote viewer/influencer. He is the author of ten books and thirty screenplays. Winter Laake is the author of 'The Satanic Paradigm,' a tome so popular it has sold tens of thousands of copies, and is readily in print.
Over the past ten years a Great Lie has made unto itself a throne online: the ugly, stomach-turning phenomena of Fake-Satanism, where just about anybody may casually self-publish his own "Diabolical Grimoire", self-ordain himself as a "Satanic Magus" and then sit back intoxicated by overdoses of self-delusion while continuing to print out more literary "variations on a theme". The fact that, by definition, Fake-Satanists are simply self-obsessed, ego-tripping, pretentious posturers, wannabes and charlatans does nothing whatsoever to diminish their arrogant, pretentious, pathetic, pathological insistence that they are the "real thing".
"This work speaks to the advanced practitioner of Satanic Black Magic..." - So writes the self-styled Anton LaVey successor, Winter Laake, apparently ignorant of the fact that in LaVey Satanism there is no "Black" or "White" Magic: there is only Magic. "This book was written to address the true and the few" he continues, although the trash he has arrogantly and pretentiously scribbled has not whatsoever endeared him to anybody within those categories - and nor is it ever likely to. Laake's deliberately aloof, arrogant, high-brow, pseudo-intellectual, nauseatingly condescending style of writing is clearly intended only to reinforce his own rather amusing, ego-fuelled perception of himself as some kind of "New Satanic Messiah" who single-handedly now intends to lead a "Third Wave Of Satanism" into the 21st Century. A more self-deluded, self-obsessed Satanic Wannabe you will indeed be hard-pressed to find.Read more ›
dont be fooled by the fools toting this book as actually good, it's not, and i question the intelligence and experience of anyone who thinks this is a good book. I WISH I HADN'T WASTED MY MONEY ON THIS BOOK. this guy may be the next Michael w. Ford, releasing tons of books faster than anyone can read them, and with minimal quality to them, badly written, and half ass. After being a satanist for the last 15 years of my life, and being a practitioner of magic for the last 10, studying and practicing shamanism for the last 9 years, and practicing tantra for the last 5, and studying all forms of religion and magic, being a practitioner of yoga, and being in communication with satanists and magicians all over the world through the net/web for 15 years i can assure you this book is nothing special at all. he claims to be a neo-laveyan style satanist but falls short when he completely contradicts LaVey's ideas. one thing is for sure Anton LaVey did NOT believe in covens, comandments, reincarnation, "black magic"(LaVey explained that the only black or white is in the heart of the magician, it's all perspective, duh), and other such crap. he has tons of useless rituals, and tons of picyures, IF YOU TOOK THE 10 PAGE RITUALS AND PICTURES OUT OF THIS BOOK THERE WOULDN'T BE MUCH LEFT!!! he writes like a 12 year old. there are a few cool pictures of LaVey in the back that i have never seen before, but other than that there is little use to this book. he beats around the bush a lot, like when he became a certified member of the infernal empire or something, so um, ARE you a real member of the church of satan, or not. he also just re-words LaVey like a satanic commandment "never rape", um that sounds a lot like "do not make sexual advances unless you receive the mating signal".Read more ›
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