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    Peter H. Gilmore(Author),Timothy Patrick Butler(Illustrator),Peggy Nadramia(Epilogue),Blanche Barton(Foreword)

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The Satanic Scriptures hands down the wit, wisdom and diabolical perspective of the Church of Satan's High Priest, Magus Peter H. Gilmore. These essays, articles and diatribes have been collected from over twenty years of the High Priest's writings for his infernal cabal, some first issued in the pages of publications available only to insiders. From the magic of toys to techniques of time travel, Magus Gilmore leads the reader down a Left-Hand Path where few will find what they expect.

The Devil always has all the best tunes and now you'll hear from a Satanic Maestro how the Dark Lord has influenced composers and musicians long before the advent of electric guitars and stadium concerts.

Magus Gilmore reveals principles of Satanic Ritual in a frank discussion of forbidden rites. What is a Satanic Funeral? How do Satanists marry? Find out now, as these unholy ceremonies have never before been disclosed outside of the Church of Satan's Hellish Hierarchy. Here is the philosophy for those bold enough to be their own Gods-or Devils.

Peter Howard Gilmore is an American author and administrator of the Church of Satan. He was appointed High Priest of the Church in 2001 by Magistra Blanche Barton. Within the church, he is known as Magus Peter H. Gilmore, High Priest of the Church of Satan. As a representative of the Church of Satan, Gilmore has been interviewed on numerous television and radio programs dealing with the topic of Satanism, including appearances on The History Channel, BBC, The Sci-Fi Channel, Point of Inquiry, and Bob Larson's Christian radio show. Gilmore has collaborated with death metal band Acheron in their earlier releases.

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  • By MrHyperborean on January 9, 2013

    A great book, filled with wit, wisdom and sound observations by Peter H. Gilmore, the appointed High Priest of the Church of Satan. As a Satanist, this is a valued addition to my library, and a great supplementation to the Satanic wisdom codified in the published works of Anton LaVey (The Satanic Bible, The Satanic Witch, The Satanic Rituals, The Devil's Notebook, and lastly Satan Speaks!) and Blanche Barton (The Secret Life of a Satanist and The Church of Satan). More recently, for a pretty penny, I was able to obtain a copy of The Church of Satan (now out-of-print) from Miss Barton herself with a personalized signature, a rare opportunity which will likely never be repeated. However, a new and expanded version of the CoS book is reported to be coming in the future. We shall see. This book shows Gilmore's stunning intellect and incredibly broad horizons, as he makes it seen that he is knowledgeable and talented in a wide variety of areas. As LaVey would've said, "This is Satanic wisdom from a truly Satanic perspective." That perspective, that "third side of the coin," is where you will always find the Satanist, skewering "sacred cows" and assailing enthroned lies. Often as I read it, I find Gilmore is able to bring a devilish grin to my face. Highly recommended addition to any serious Satanist's library.

  • By Kage on July 27, 2012

    There is not much to write about this book which hasn't all ready been said. I can give nothing but praise.If you have ever read any of Anton LaVey's works, than you should (If you are smart enough) have a good understanding of the foundation of Satanism. Magus Gilmore adds to the current cannon with a delightful read that will be a must have on any bookshelf of a true Satanist or person who wishes to develop a further understanding of Satanism as a whole.Every essay and story is a delight to read. You will be laughing at times and nodding your head in others. My favorite being "Green-Eyed Hamsters" and "Time Travel-Cheap and Easy." Would you expect anything less from the current leader of the Church of Satan? Magus Gilmore and his ilk have proven time and time again why they have earned the right to carry on LaVey's legacy and are true Satanist. All the rest are just Niggernaughts.I am not a Church of Satan member but quite frankly, I would be damn proud to be. This is a definite buy.Other Titles to read:The Satanic BibleSatan Speaks!The Devil's NotebookThe Secret Life of a Satanist: The Authorized Biography of Anton LaVeyThe Church of Satan: A History of the World's Most Notorious ReligionEssays In SatanismBearing The Devil's MarkThe Fire Within: Nemo on Satanism Vol 1A Mirror DarklyThe Book of Satanic QuotationsThe Blood In My Veins (Poems 1995 2005)

  • By Shadow N on August 20, 2017

    It is an ok book it adds on the satanic bible of Anton Lavey. But when this book really shines apart from the Laveyan satanic philosophy is on the section that deals with the appreciation of classical music and the suggestions it makes on some good exponents of the art and the insight that the author gives on them.

  • By Monica S. on December 10, 2017

    A bit wordy for my taste I think. His style is remenicent of LaVey with a distinct difference that I can't put my finger on. Gilmore is almost more light hearted in the way he pens his thoughts. Overall a fantastic piece of literature.

  • By Blair Pendleton Jr. on December 24, 2016

    Gilmore is the leading Satanist in the world since the passing of Anton LeVay. He makes the case for Satanism as a coherent philosophy and does with a cutting wit. He includes some Satanic rituals at the end which are interesting enough but his essays on how Satanism fits in with the world today are a terrific compliment to The Satanic Bible. But even if you haven't read the Satanic Bible, this will give you a comprehensive view of Satanism. Good stuff.

  • By Patrick Kernan on May 31, 2012

    This book is very well written and easy to read. You can very easily see a different writing style between LaVey and Gilmore. If you didn't like LaVey's theatrics, you may find yourself preferring Gilmore's matter-of-fact and straightforward writing style more. There are some very good essays in here that one could definitely find important to the topic of Satanism. And also some generally enjoyable thoughts that a lot of us could probably relate to. Unfortunately, there really are a lot of short essays in here that feel more like filler to make the book longer than anything important to Satanism.

  • By Lee-Anne on September 18, 2017

    Initially I was very eager to read this, however I don't like his writing style as apposed to LaVey's humorous take. Couldn't keep interested.

  • By H. A. on December 10, 2015

    A book that is the counter to my worldview. Being that I'm open minded I don't reject things because I disagree with them. This provides much insight into the mind of the Luciferian culture. Proverbs 18:13 - To answer before listening is a folly and a shame. I don't "love it" but I respect the honesty.

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