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The Secret Life of a Satanist: The Authorized Biography of Anton Szandor Lavey (Anglais) Broché – 2 octobre 2014


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The Secret Life Of A Satanist steps behind the curtain with the founder and High Priest of the Church of Satan. What is contemporary Satanism, and why would one start a church dedicated to the Dark One? It wasn't a rebellion against an oppressive religious upbringing; it was Anton Szandor LaVey's disgust with most of humanity. Drawing from Jack London, Friedrich Nietzsche, Marquis de Sade and a host of other reprobates, LaVey formulated a philosophy that resonated with him. Fully revised and updated version of the 1990 biography.

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HASH(0x92303d8c) étoiles sur 5 Excellent Revised Edition with New Material: Crucial for History, Fabulous to Read 29 septembre 2014
Par Robert Merciless - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
The revised 2014 edition of "The Secret Life of a Satanist" by Blanche Barton is a tremendously important and helpful book for anyone serious about research into the history of modern Satanism. This new edition updates the original version published in 1990 when Anton LaVey, the founder of the Church of Satan, was still alive. Not only is every chapter revised (largely changing reference to LaVey from present- to past-tense) but there is a tremendous amount of new material, all of which is of really high quality. This new material includes a "Preface to the New Edition," a LaVeyan Glossary of terms like "No bulls*** music," a page of end notes, nearly 50 glossy photos (many different from the earlier edition,) and a highly valuable bibliography of more than 100 primary and secondary sources. The most important additions are the two added chapters covering the end of LaVey's life and its aftermath. These new materials are simply breathtaking. The author pours out her personal experience of that period. This includes a segment simultaneously heart wrenching and humorous in which she tells how she performed CPR on LaVey when he suffered a "sudden death experience" in 1995. As she is doing that, a house guest must fumble through LaVey's eclectic collection of phones to find the real one that works and Barton must give directions on how to open the security gate of the locked-down Black House headquarters of the Church of Satan so that the EMTs can get in. The final chapter, titled "Aftermath" covers the chaos and drama that followed LaVey's death including the battles between family members over his legacy. The entire book, but especially this final chapter, are told with a shocking degree of factual objectivity considering the raw emotions that were involved in those wrenching episodes. Historians will be grateful for this as well as Barton's verbatim presentation of important primary source documents including LaVey's will. The mytho-poetry of Barton's final paragraph of her final chapter will take your breath away and puts the perfect period at the end of a fabulous story with gems like this one; "What he is now becoming will be part of each of us -- an exotic blend of mystic, half-understood languages and half-remembered blood myths." This is a truly excellent book, enjoyable to read and an important part of history.
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HASH(0x90a28078) étoiles sur 5 Valuable lessons from a genuine individualist 10 octobre 2014
Par BookMyrrh - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Set aside the sordid preconceived demonic death cult notions that jump out like bad CGI bogeymen, and enjoy this biography of one of the most colorful teachers and tricksters in the history of esoteric, alternative culture. The very real, quite charming and very smart guy, Anton Szandor LaVey.

Imagine, if you will, deciding to live your life in exactly the way you want. Grand plans, simple pleasures, or anything in between. Just do what thou art willing to do, and nothing less. For Anton LaVey, this philosophy was best dressed in a smart blend of Mephistopheles and Midway, Des Esseintes and Dark Shadows. He was the consummate carny entertainer, larger than life and enjoying that large life to the maximum. He also felt a need to spread the word, so to speak, in his own way. This earned him his share of accolades and denouncements, and this biography doesn't shirk from describing it all.

Magic, whether spelled with a humble "c" or a rigid "k", depends heavily on ritual and BELIEF. Anton LaVey encouraged a large swathe of our society to BELIEVE that living one's life on one's own terms is actually an option; he gave people of the tumultuous 60's (and beyond) an Archetype to focus on and "follow", all the while knowing that anyone who "followed" him was already on the wrong track. To each his own, and only that.

The tales of adventure that LaVey shared with us can either be taken at face value or with the generous dash of saltpeter. It is obvious that there are not just grains, but pearls of truth in each chapter of his rollicking life, and we readers should just relax and enjoy the whole package of devilish delight, maybe learning a thing or two along the way.

Definitely a worthy read, and a great antidote to the embarrassing portrayal of "Satanism" in today's society. A real gem.
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HASH(0x928806e4) étoiles sur 5 The revised Authorized Biography of Anton Szandor LaVey 4 décembre 2014
Par Mr. Tyson - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I've read the original "The Secret Life of a Satanist", it was a very entertaining, fascinating book about the life
of the high preist of the church of satan. This updated version goes beyond where the 1st edition leaves
off. Blanche Barton has done an outstanding job of putting the revised edition together for all those curious
enough to witness. After finishing the book, I felt as though I spent an evening with the High Priest of the church of
satan himself, Anton Szandor LaVey. I've read his other book, The Satanic Bible and found I had the same beliefs
even before reading it.

The revised edition has revised chapters and a chapter describing the final days of Anton LaVey's life. I won't
give away any other details on the book, you'll have to buy the book yourself to find out more details. If you're a
true Satanist, or a person with an open mind, you'll love this book. If you're a born-again Christian, read the bible
instead. As for myself, I'm neither Christian or Satanist. I would call myself an "I-Theist". This book is very entertaining
and you'll want to read it a second time. Highly recommended book.
HASH(0x90a2c3f0) étoiles sur 5 taking into consideration that all the earliest records ended up in primitive garbage landfills scattered throughout the Mideast 7 février 2016
Par lezbelle123 - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
As the late Dr. LaVey himself said in his most famous of books titled The Satanic Bible (Avon. New York. 1969), "What you see may not always please you; however, YOU WILL SEE!" Written by his life partner with whom he had a child named Satan Xerxes LaVey, Blanche Barton, the book will not only go to prove that fundamentalist Christians are wrong about this anthropomorphic deity with "red skin and horns on its head" called "Satan". It goes a long way toward disproving the possible existence of the phantasmagorical illusion many call "Jesus Christ". Not that there never was such a person is Jesus and/or Yeshua. There was. However, taking into consideration that all the earliest records ended up in primitive garbage landfills scattered throughout the Mideast, the church created the entire Christian story.
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HASH(0x902f32d0) étoiles sur 5 Magistra Barton always does an amazing job. I am grateful that she released this ... 12 novembre 2014
Par Mathew Stover - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
Magistra Barton always does an amazing job. I am grateful that she released this updated version of her wonderful book about the late Magus and his life. Hail Satan!
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