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120€ Coven Edition
40€ Standard Edition
Coven Edition: This deluxe hardcover edition will be limited to 66 hand-numbered copies, handbound in black French Morocco with the sigil of Lucifer embossed on the front cover. All the spines are hand-sewn with a ribbon bookmark, and each copy has been carefully worked on following artisanal methods. The book comes with a protective hard slipcase bound in black cloth.
Specifications: Octavo size (148 x 210 mm.), 130 g. voluminous two side-coated paper with 140 g. black end-papers. 150 pages. A digital version of the book is included in the price as well.
Standard Edition: Limited to 200 copies, this hardcover edition is bound in black Italian cloth, with the book’s title embossed in red on the front cover. The spines are hand-sewn and have a ribbon bookmark, with black end-papers.
Specifications: Octavo size (148 x 210 mm.), 110 g. voluminous two side-coated paper with 140 g. black end-papers. 150 pages.
Though initially written simply as a guide for organizing Satanic covens, Satanism in Theory & Practice eventually became a compendium of information about Satanism from a Satanic perspective. Until about ten years ago, there were virtually no academic or informative books on Satanism available. Since then, academic interest in Satanism has awoken and several excellent texts about the religion have emerged, mostly from Northern Europe. Still, at least in the United States, there are almost no books about Satanism by Satanists, and what is available is fairly uncritical and lacks the academic rigor necessary to really understand this philosophical, sociological and magical current.
The title of the book is literal: Satanism in theory and practice. The first half of the book contains academic, literal information on Satanism including the major branches of Satanic thought (LaVeyan, theist, Humanist, esoteric, etc.), what magick is, and a brief but thoroughly cited history of Satanism. Currently, all this information is completely disparate and inaccessible to a layperson. Any novice Satanist is going to have to go through tons of different books and websites and pamphlets to try to get the answers to these questions in an academic and sourced way. Satanism in Theory & Practice consolidates all of that so this will be the first and only text a Satanist will need, presented in a way that is accessible to them.
The second half of the book is the application of Satanic (ritual) magick and coven organization. It also contains several dozen poems, spells, and meditations, as well as detailed instructions and advice on how to form and structure a Satanic coven.
Satanism in Theory & Practice has been fantastically illustrated by the talented Victoria Angelón (@Vik.inkart), containing several full-page illustrations, as well as many smaller ones.
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