- Hardcover: 340 pages
- Publisher: Lulu.com (December 27, 2007)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1430326034
- ISBN-13: 978-1430326038
- Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.9 x 9 inches
- Shipping Weight: 1.4 pounds
- Average Customer Review: 8 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #12,668,774 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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The Demonic Bible
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VERY Sensational Book...
But I Would Like To Know One Thing..
What Do You Really Do With Those "Demonic Seals"???
Coz Acually There Isn't Any Formula For Them Either
What Do You Really Have To Do With Those "Demonic Seals"???
If Someone Know.. Please Reply To Me..
I have all versions. If you/ are/ an unlettered angry highschooler hoping to stun parents and cause churchers to piddle and run, it serves its purpose. Hell you gotta draw a line and begin somewhere. But it is not a bible in the remotest sence. As soon as I get this cast off my hand and arm, I am going to hit up some authors I know in hopes thet will accept my outline, and help me see through a project Truly, Intellectually and Spiritually Worthy of the name and concept. Step 2, instead of Gideons- we will have Luciferians--- The Tower Key is truly going to prove a prophecy! Hit me up if you wanna help.
And what did I find? Philosophy that reads like Setianism with Anti Christian overtones. Aeons and infernal names and words.
The rituals and invocations aren't very inspiring. They are based on the same basic wording. "I call forth " repeated three times (probably Masonically derived, ironically one of their references to the Holy Trinity). The Necrominiconic jazz about it being "written by demons on human skin" is amusing, but really detracts from the overall respectability of the text. Especially when, if it is as ancient and powerful as it claims to be, it makes references to the AntiChrist. Imagine that. I smell someone who wants to stick it to Christianity.
As a great man once said, occult shelves are filled with guilt ridden ramblings of self deceit. This is one of them.