Lucifer Rising

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Plexus, 1999 - Social Science - 256 pages
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With photographs and artwork from self-described Satanists, this elaborately researched look at the nature of evil sheds light on -- and makes light of -- popular culture's darkest secret. Lucifer Rising includes a history of occult-influenced rock music as well as candid interviews with modern-day Satanists and controversial rock stars who confirm that the dark side is indeed the religion of the rebel.

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Review: Lucifer Rising: Sin, Devil Worship, and Rock'n'Roll

User Review  - Kurt Zisa - Goodreads

Interesting look into the pagan orgins of rock n' roll. Explains the origin of some of the most iconic imagery in music today. Read full review

Review: Lucifer Rising: Sin, Devil Worship, and Rock'n'Roll

User Review  - Benjamin - Goodreads

Very informative. Read full review

Contents

THE APOCALYPSE GENERATION
14
Social Datwinism and Satanism in die 1980s
148
CHILDREN OF BLOOD DEATH AND THE DEVIL
167
Copyright

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About the author (1999)

Occult, vampire and paranormal researcher E. R. Vernor, best known to his fans under the pen name Corvis Nocturnum, has been an invited speaker at the 2006 World Religions Seminar at Indiana-Purdue University Fort Wayne, he has also been a consultant in 2010 for A& E's Paranormal States episode Satan's Soldier, and a guest panelist at Dragon Con 2011 in Atlanta, GA alongside paranormal and vampire authors such as Michelle Belanger and Rosemary Ellen Guiley. As an official media representative for The Church of Satan, E. R. Vernor has appeared on The BET Channels' episode The Lexi Show on The Word Network, detailing the difference between Satanism as a religion versus Devil worship. The author is an artist who lectures on other subjects as well, such as vampires, zombies, secret societies and Goth culture, debunking the many myths and stereotypes prevalent about dark subcultures at conventions and universities. The author has had appearances in magazines such as the October 2009 Penthouse Magazine article interview on sex and Satanism, Philadelphia Weekly as an artist at Germ Gallery (2009); he occasionally is a writer for Dark Resurrected Magazine. He is the founder and publisher of Dark Moon Press. Corvis Nocturnum/E. R. Vernor has dual associates' degrees in Business Management and a Bachelor in Criminal Justice.

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