Satans High Priest

Satans High Priest Judith Spencer recounts the harrowing true story of Joseph Warren a small town businessman from a prominent family who led a sinister double life as the leader of a satanic cult Through contact with f

  • Title: Satans High Priest
  • Author: Judith Spencer
  • ISBN: 9780671007904
  • Page: 302
  • Format: Paperback
  • Judith Spencer recounts the harrowing true story of Joseph Warren a small town businessman from a prominent family who led a sinister double life as the leader of a satanic cult Through contact with family members, including Warren s daughter, and firsthand accounts from survivors of his cult, Spencer reveals the unimaginable occurrences of this terrifying underworld andJudith Spencer recounts the harrowing true story of Joseph Warren a small town businessman from a prominent family who led a sinister double life as the leader of a satanic cult Through contact with family members, including Warren s daughter, and firsthand accounts from survivors of his cult, Spencer reveals the unimaginable occurrences of this terrifying underworld and sheds light on the mysteries of the satanic cult phenomenon.

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    674 thoughts on “Satans High Priest”

    1. I knew going in that the subject matter this book covers was not going to be pleasant, and now that I am finished, I literally have the shakes. I won't go into details about it--if you're interested in the inner workings of a satanic cult, you can read this book yourself--but I can tell you that by reading it I feel like I lost some of what little was left of my own innocence.This is not the reason this book received only two stars from me. Spencer gathered information from the victims of "Josep [...]


    2. This book is based on true events that the author gathered from testimonies of the victoms and other sources. The happening's in this book were the result of a small section of satenists who truley worshiped evil. The book itsself is a good read, but i know for a fact none of the people i know could finish it. This book is graphic beyond belief and i stoped reading it several times, and almost didint read it. The level of detail and thoughness of these rituals were needed however to truley get a [...]


    3. This book was not what i expceted. It was rather vulgar in parts giving deatils of certain happenings thtat are based on true events. How could anyone subject another person or child to those activities is beyond me. An eye opener to what really does go on behind closed doors.


    4. I don't even know where to start with this book. One of the most irresponsible books I have ever read, this book relies on people's fears and ignorance to push its popularity. Much like Michelle Remembers and The Satan Seller, Satan's High Priest relies on vague facts without any kind of proof to back up its shocking (and often over the top) facts and situations. Where all well researched books state their sources, Spencer (if this story is true) relies on research from the shakiest of sources. [...]


    5. Why did I read this book? I bought it almost 20 years ago, when the Satanic cult fever was just starting to fizzle. My macabre 20-year-old goth-wannabe self must have seen the pentagram and pounced. I don't know. I remember starting it several times and being unable to proceed. It starts with a bang, a scene of ritualistic abuse so horrifying it's not incentive to read on. Even with my morbid tastes. Even in my callow youth I think I found the book almost as reprehensible as the monsters who ost [...]


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