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The Black Book of Satan

Majere, Pr.ODF, reviews The Black Book of Satan by Christos Beest in the Bkwyrm archive.

This is one of the primary texts of Britain’s notorious Order of Nine Angles – perhaps the largest exponent of Satanism outside of the American/LaVeyan sphere of influence. The Black Book is a collection of Sinister rituals, ranging from initiation rites to the infamous Black Mass, including commentaries given on the nature of Black Magick and it’s applications. Although not for all tastes, and certainly controversial in some respects, it is perhaps one of the best alternatives available to the late Anton LaVey’s “Satanic Bible”. Not available for general retail – available by mail order only.

You can find this book at Amazon, Abebooks, and Powell’s


Pr ODF Majere reviews Caelethi: The Black Book of Satan II by Christos Beest in the Bkwyrm archive.

This text is supplementary to The Black Book Of Satan I, being a presentation of sigils and prose associated with the Sinister Tradition’s dark archetypes. Only of use to readers with serious interest and a copy of the first volume.

Find it at Lulu.