Stanisław Przybyszewski - Learn about how Satan has a vagina on the end of his penis, and how people in the fifteenth century used to dress like the Devil to honor him

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Stanisław Przybyszewski, The Synagogue of Satan, Trans. by Joe Bandel, Bandel Books, 2011. [1898.]       
                    
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Originally published in the German language in 1898 by author Stanislaw PPrzybyszewski this book describes the origins and development of modern Satanism and its roots in gnostic Christianity and the reaction against the Catholic Church and its persecutions. Translated by Joe E. Bandel. This is one of the few well researched books on this subject and draws from many early historical resources. It is one of the best books on this subject.    


This is a classic study of the phenomenon of European Satanism. It is really almost a prose-poem to the rebellious spirit of fin-de-siecle Europe. The author himself is one of the best-known exponents of the Romantic school of late 19th and early 20th century Satanism. His work was also used as the basis of Hanns Heinz Ewers' famous lectures entitled "The Religion of Satan." Finally this much-storied "almost legendary" volume can be accessed by an English-speaking readership.


A great old book about the history of Satanism has been translated into English now by Joe Bandel. Here's a review. Learn about how Satan has a vagina on the end of his penis, and how people in the fifteenth century used to dress like the Devil to honor him.    
video review:      https://www.bitchute.com/video/guJ8WmtDI4lo/                             

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