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The Satanic Narratives: A Modern Satanic Bible Paperback – October 6, 2015
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From the Author
This is a short book of just seven thousand words. It's very concise, and a similar length to the actual philosophical portion of The Satanic Bible. This is what you need to understand and practice this variation of Satanism. It's a foundational text, introducing the subject, and presenting just the information needed for its stated purpose.
A much larger, comprehensive, advanced Satanic philosophy book will be written next. That one will be more for study and in-depth understanding, whereas the current book is more of a quick practical guide.
About the Author
Damien Ba al is a Unix/Linux engineer by day and a philosopher by night. He is a Satanist, a skeptic, a critical thinker, and many other things. Damien lives with his wife and cats, where he enjoys a number of intellectual hobbies. He has a love of learning and of teaching. Active on social media, Damien s words convey his dark presence to all the outcasts and individualists traveling the Left-Hand Path.
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Its very well written and I thoroughly enjoyed reading it. Its not your mama's Satanism for sure but for those of us who are looking to be inspired by new inventive ways to see Satanism will find this little book a true delight.
Philosophy can take any form or name it wants, and when a title lines up within the author's or thinker's line of thought, it can be whatever it wants. There are as many Christian denominations as there can be Left Hand Paths. This is our freedom and one of the most absolute points of the book.
Each chapter is a small, but necessary device in introducing someone looking to explore their options as a Satanist. I feel that it is a very straightforward book that can be easily handled in order to begin to spread out one's own research. People do not have to begin with LaVey or Crowley if they are somewhat timid about approaching Satanism's heavier ideals head-on. Philosophy is easy for some, but not for others and it must be learned. This book, hopefully just the first in a series (I have my fingers crossed), will allow people to consider this type of modern Satanist and approach to live life peaceably and justly. Is this sincerely a problem for people to understand?
The book hit a lot of points for me wherein I agreed. I absolutely love that this philosophy catches the ideals and activism points for the secular humanist and lends the publicly active Satanists a forum from which to explain themselves easily. There was nothing written in this book that did not make sense to me. There is nothing in the book that claims it must be followed to the author's specifications.
It is one man's opinion of the changes we find necessary in society to preserve our world, and he states that explicitly.
To objectively view this book one can't assume an absolute position in any other variance on Satanism to gain anything from it.
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