The Devil's Notebook

The Devil s Notebook Wisdom humor and dark observations by the founder of the Church of Satan LaVey ponders such topics as nonconformity occult faddism erotic politics the Goodguy badge demoralization and the constr

  • Title: The Devil's Notebook
  • Author: Anton Szandor LaVey Kenneth Anger
  • ISBN: 9780922915118
  • Page: 129
  • Format: Paperback
  • Wisdom, humor, and dark observations by the founder of the Church of Satan LaVey ponders such topics as nonconformity, occult faddism, erotic politics, the Goodguy badge, demoralization and the construction of artificial human companions.

    The Devil s Notebook The Devil s Notebook is the fourth book by Anton LaVey, published in by Feral House It includes a foreword by Adam Parfrey and design by Sean Tejaratchi. The Devil s Notebook by Anton Szandor LaVey The Devil s Notebook book Read reviews from the world s largest community for readers Wisdom, humor, and dark observations by the founder of the Chu Read reviews from the world s largest community for readers. The Devil s Notebook Anton Szandor LaVey Buy The Devil s Notebook by Anton Szandor LaVey ISBN from s Book Store Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. the devils notebook eBay Find great deals on eBay for the devils notebook Shop with confidence. The Devil s Notebook Quotes by Anton Szandor LaVey quotes from The Devil s Notebook Don t let that little pyramid with the bright eye fool you That s to draw your attention away from the real thing the devils notebook The Devil Blank Lined Pages, X College Ruled, The Devil Tarot Card Notebook Antique Vintage Style Journal, Diary, Notebook Tarot Card The Devil s Notebook Feral House At last, the collected 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. The Devil s Notebook AbeBooks Anton The first original collection of LaVey s writings to be published in two decades synopsis may belong to another edition of this title. Download PDF The Devils Notebook Free Online New Books the devils notebook Download The Devils Notebook ebook PDF or Read Online books in PDF, EPUB, and Mobi Format Click Download or Read Online button to The Devil s Notebook Anton Szandor LaVey The Devil s Notebook Anton Szandor LaVey on FREE shipping on qualifying offers Wisdom, humor, and dark observations by the founder of the Church of Satan LaVey ponders such topics as nonconformity

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    1. Anton Szandor LaVey Kenneth Anger

      High Priest of the Church of Satan as well as a writer, occultist, musician, and actor He was the author of The Satanic Bible and the founder of LaVeyan Satanism, a synthesized system of his understanding of human nature and the insights of philosophers who advocated materialism and individualism, for which he claimed no supernatural inspiration LaVey viewed Satan not as a literal deity or entity, but as a historic and literary figure symbolic of Earthly values.

    954 thoughts on “The Devil's Notebook”

    1. This is my favorite Anton LaVey book. I stumbled across it during a really low point in my life. It brought me out of a deep depression, and made me feel like I wanted to live again. That said, it's not, by any means a book for everyone. For me it was the first step on a path to deeper spiritual understanding, and self acceptance. I think many people would just find it offensive, and think the author just wrote it to be shocking. In the end, you can say whatever you want about Anton, but he was [...]


    2. Another book written by the founder of the Church of Satan, Anton LaVey. I read this after reading the Satanic Bible and enjoyed it. I'm no satanist, but read it for informational/entertainment purposes. Kinda like how I read books by Bill O'Riley and Anne Coulter (both of whom are kinda like satan if you think about it!)




    3. The Devils Notebook is a collection of short essays by Anton Lavey. I liked The Satanic Bible better than this but it was a decent read. Most of these are very short. Lavey often writes in a very misanthropic way. Because Lavey in spite of his "scary" image was more or less a oddball nerd type of guy I think a lot of what the root of what he was getting at was instead of having a sense of shame or inferiority about being a weirdo or having odd interests was to turn it around on the sheeple and h [...]


    4. Like everything else LaVey has written, not everything in this book is bad or wrong, but none of it is new. The stuff that does make sense is just basic common sense, and the rest is horseshit. This one doesn't even have "Satan" in the title, so it's not really valuable for teenagers who want to carry it around for shock value.


    5. I got through a large portion but I couldn't focus enough to finish reading. The beginning was strong and made many really good points but it quickly lost me after that. Not saying its not a good book to read just not one I could personally take interest in. However, I always recommend people at least give it a chance.


    6. This is a fun book. There is a vein of humor in all of his books, but this one is practically a satanic joke book. Leave it on your coffee table to shock those you wish to shock and make laugh those you know will appreciate it.


    7. Well, I finally did it. I finally read a book by Anton LaVey. I imagine I feel for LaVey how a lot of people feel for Karl Marx. And it's funny, Joseph Ratzinger, Pope Benedict XVI absolutely loathes Marx with everything that he has, and I imagine if you asked Jorge Borgollio, Pope Francis, his opinion on Marx, he would have some really interesting things to say. My point I guess is that while some facets of the Church hate Marx a lot of other respectable facets really sympathized with him and w [...]


    8. I have said before that Anton LaVey was fundamentally not a talented book writer, but an essayist at heart. This book is a collection of his essays. Nearly all of them had previously appeared in “The Cloven Hoof,” the newsletter of the Church of Satan, most of them in the early-to-mid 1970s, although there is some evidence of minor revisions made for this publication. What makes a great essayist? The ability to boil an idea down to a clear crystallization, and show the reader precisely what [...]


    9. The first literature published in book form by Anton Szandor LaVey was the founding canonical text for Satanism: "The Satanic Bible." In it, he describes the many different stances each individual Satanist might find him/herself taking, why those positions and attitudes that accompany them are Satanic, and why he is justified in calling them such. The book offers a big-picture overview of what is Satanic, and offered the world a glimpse of what real Satanists do, all from the pen of a man who li [...]


    10. I was really looking forward to reading this book. I've read The Satanic Bible and while I don't accept the tenets of the Satanic Church wholesale, I do agree with some of what LeVay preaches. And I thoroughly enjoy his style of writing. So I delved into this book with certain expectations.However, this book was something of a disappointment. I found several gems of brilliance. But several essays left me wondering exactly what planet was this man broadcasting from. And there are times when he re [...]


    11. Somewhere down the line I must have either subconciously or naturally been inclined to most of these observations. It seems I was already born a Satanist or LaVey just knows what hes saying- although not all the time- but he can sure strike composition of notes in my mind everytime I read some of his passages. Great minds think alike!


    12. More ecclectic reading for me. Not up my alley, but I just finished reading The Devil's Notebook by Anton Szandor LaVey (author of the Satanic Bible). This is Kind of a collection of humorous essays about non-conformists; one essay was even about The Construction of Artificial Human Companions. Bizarre.


    13. Anton LaVey was such a charming character with interesting opinions and thoughts. Found myself snickering out loud a lot. Witty.I didn't like this collection of short essays as much as I enjoyed The Satanic Bible but overall an entertaining read.


    14. I have picked this book in search of controversial and simply intelligent read. I was not a mistaken. This is my first book of A.S. LaVey and to be honest I am highly impressed. Great and very deep ideas are to be found in this book. Indeed a book of wisdom, humor, and dark observations


    15. if you've never read lavey because of the whole satanic thing, then you've done yourself a disservice. if this book had a different title the majority of people would absolutely love 75% of this book. the man was a great writer and a philosopher that deserves credit as such.


    16. This book further reveals LaVeys' brilliants of not only as a philosopher but as an author. Here he writes on subjects such as The Good guy Badge, The Church of Satan, Cosmic Joy Buzzer. and the Combination Lock Principle.


    17. This is where the man's real wit and insight comes to light. While The Satanic Bible was merely a stylized amalgamation of others' works, The Devil's Notebook is a collection of LaVey's essays. This is a required read for everyone.





    18. Some of the best observations on the nature of modern man I've read in a while. Reminder to not feel ashamed for being a conscientious objector and to never be apathetic. Sheeple. They suck :p


    19. I'm not a Satanist but I found this would rather interesting. I didn't Satanists were so amusing and funny. You would think they would be all dark and unhappy. Haha 5 star


    20. I actually loved this book, witty and acidic, LaVey's portrayal of humankind's double standards had me smiling all the way to work, while guaranteeing that I got a seat to myself.



    21. LaVey was an interesting character, and if you can get past the Satanic schtick, his ideas were often interesting and provocative (if not necessarily orginal).



    22. Most of this book is extremely boring. Only the "Diabolic quotes" (which is only a few statements) such as "Definition of Good and Evil: Good is what you like, evil is what you don't like, What good are friends if they can't do you any good, self improvement books: those who need them won't read them or heed them, (There are many who take my time I shun them, there are some who share my time, I am entertained by them, there are precious few who contribute my time, I cherish them) and when quarel [...]


    23. Once again I will say that if everyone read the writings of Mr. LaVey the world we live in would be a much better place.This book wasn't as brilliant as The Satanic Bible but it was miles above The Satanic Rituals. It's a collection of short essays on everything from fashion, war, misogyny, homosexuals, satanic panic and many more. In particular the writings about women and gay people in Satanism are really quite terrific. Mr. LaVey was such an intelligent man, and he is so honest, I'd defy any [...]


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