Review | Wisdom of Eosphoros: The Luciferian Philosophy by Michael W. Ford

Wisdom of Eosphoros: The Luciferian PhilosophyWisdom of Eosphoros: The Luciferian Philosophy by Michael W. Ford
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

In my opinion, this book is nothing more than Lavey styled atheistic Satanism repackaged with a Luciferian label. If you’re interested in learning about the specifics of theistic Satanism or religious devil worship, this book won’t be of much use to you. If you are interested in learning more about atheistic Satanism, then you might find this book to be worth your time.

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This is not a terrible book. It’s a decent read as far as atheistic Satanism books go, but at its core it’s just Lavey. This book covers the basics of modern satanic philosophy in detail. It helps you to understand the mindset of the average modern Satanists, but there’s nothing new here. I know I say that a lot in my reviews but it’s true. It seems to me that everyone just keeps rewriting the same book over and over again. Every book seems to be written for a beginner who has very little prior knowledge or experience in the occult or Satanism.

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