This author writes with such a twisted sense of humor that it might fly over some heads. For instance, he offers a cure for constipation that is full of powdered senna leaves. Yep, that would do it all right. He warns folks not to try it at home.
There's a lot to capture the imagination in this book. The reading list at the end is VERY GOOD. I've been into reading occult books for years and I will affirm that these are some of the very best and most notable. There's also something in this book for C2C fans too - I was surprised to find that he includes a bit about John Titor. The story, real or not, is fascinating in many ways. This book could really give someone some new avenues to explore in the quest to open the mind.
There's all sorts of interesting tidbits from history as well, some combined into conspiracy theory, some standing on their own powers of amazement. It was the history nuggets in the book that I bought it for, and I think it was money well spent because of this.
As far as being 'satanic' this book makes a very clear distinction that satanists are CHRISTIAN black ceremonial magicians.
The book IS filled with typos, and grammatical errors. I'm not sure where the editor was here or if there was one? That's the only reason I wouldn't give it 5 stars.
If the title was different, I think this would have reached a wider audience. The whole "Antichrist" thing is really NOT the focus of the book, although there's a chapter in the book describing the theory that Christ was a religious invention with supporting arguments. I personally don't find it an evil book, lol, but as I said, the author has a sense of humor that students of the esoteric with some study under their belts will get, and others just won't, and it might even scare them since they will be, shall we say, in the dark.
Lastly, as an occult book collector, I do think this book will continue to increase in value over time & that's another good reason to buy it.