The Devil's Notebook

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Feral House, 1992 - Social Science - 147 pages
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Wisdom, humor, and dark observations by the founder of the Church of Satan. The Devil's Notebook is the first original collection of LaVey's writings to be published in two decades. LaVey ponders such topics as nonconformity, occult faddism, erotic politics, the "Goodguy badge," demoralization and the construction of artificial human companions. LaVey zeoes in on humankind's limitless capacity for self-deceit and self-denial.--Publisher's description.

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An interesting and cunning collection of essays which really help spell out the views and philosophies of Satanists. Certainly an intriguing read from front to back that is direct and to the point. Read full review

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It's okay, but more helpful if you are lacking diversity, than if you are already too many irons on the fire, in which case the satanic bible is surely more helpful.

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