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Top Customer Reviews
It is a series of top ten lists and blog entries that distort Lavey's viewpoint of 'only help those who can help themselves' into the most liberal position of 'be compassionate to everybody.' In addition to the admission of her affiliation of working for Amazon.com (p.10), her bibliography includes Wikipedia , injects feminist victimization complex (p.5), includes lines such as 'should not be up for debate' (p.5) and 'beliefs should conform to' (p.1) while speaking on behalf of someone who is a nonconformist.
The author's political agenda is injected in her views of racism, in which she indicates the only racism is white supremacy, and no Satanist ought to be her definition of 'racist', and is clearly a student of far-left ideologies. She ironically follows that portion with reinforcement of free will. This book has a lot of 'shoulds' and 'oughts' and attempts to address non-Satanists under the guise of being the authority on Satanism.
I did not like it, and this is my opinion. I was hoping it was more of a recipe, rather than a diary. I thought I'd be reading a profound viewpoint similar to a Lavey or Ford, but this is just a Tumblr-tier blog that I paid $10 to read. I feel like this author does not have the right to speak on behalf of Satanism or other Satanists.
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