Satanism and the World Order
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Satanism and the World Order

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Satanism in some sense is perfectly intelligible, and may be strongly sympathetic. We need pay no attention to the mere name of Satan or Lucifer; the name is a mythological accident. The essence of the belief is that the World Order is evil and a lie; goodness and truth are persecuted rebels. In other forms the belief has been held by many Christian saints and martyrs, and...more
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Published August 1st 2003 by Kessinger Publishing
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