The Devil S Notebook

Author: Anton Szandor LaVey
Publisher: Feral House
ISBN: 1932595562
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LaVey ponders such topics as nonconformity, occult faddism, erotic politics, the "Goodguy badge," demoralization and the construction of artificial human companions.

The Lost Sermons Of C H Spurgeon Volume Ii

Author: Christian T. George
Publisher: B&H Publishing Group
ISBN: 1433649896
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He likely began writing the word “all” prematurely. Charles echoes here his
earlier statement in the introduction to this outline: “To idolize a minister is sin.”
Charles originally did not include the final letter “r” in the word “ministers.” He
corrected this misspelling by inserting an “r” between the letters “e” and “s.” Cf. “
The Men Possessed of the Devils” (Notebook 1, Sermon 70). In this context
Charles used the word “fancy” synonymously with “think” or “believe.” See also “
The Unclean Spirit ...

Controversial New Religions

Author: James R. Lewis
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0199394369
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“Categorizing Modern Satanism: An Analysis of Lavey's Early Writings.” In The
Devil's Party: Satanism in Modernity, edited by P. Faxneld and J. Aa. Petersen, 83
–103. New York: Oxford University Press. LaVey, Anton S. 1969. The Satanic
Bible. New York: Avon Books. ———. 1972. The Satanic Rituals. New York: Avon
Books. ———. [1971] 1989. The Satanic Witch. Venice: Feral House (first
published as The Compleat Witch by Lancer Books). ———. 1992. The Devils

The Collected Works Of Gerard Manley Hopkins

Author: Lesley J. Higgins
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0199534020
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40––20 = 20 40. Nothing to the good Jan. 19 –– St. The devils° who tormented
the demoniac begno pray not to be tormented Remark the breaking of the bonds
and how the swine broke loose and drowned themselves. Remark the suicide.
The man did not kill himself, because the devils were not allowed to drive him to
that. They are therefore fettered themselves The Gerasenes asked him to goa
depart, because they were possessed by fear ; the cured demoniac asked to go t
with him ...

The Indigo Notebook

Author: Laura Resau
Publisher: Delacorte Books for Young Readers
ISBN: 0375893849
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On all four sides, rolling hills and valleys surround us, a landscape dripping with
sun-drenched green. It's as though a treasure chest has overturned, spilling out
gemstones of every possible shade of green—jade and emerald and turquoise,
all aglow. Odelia points toward the next hill over. “Look! Inside that hill are
tunnels that lead to a diamond palace," she says. “Secret tunnels." Isabel widens
her eyes. “And the devils try to make a deal with you to make you rich. In return,
they take ...

Dostoevsky S The Devils

Author: William J. Leatherbarrow
Publisher: Northwestern University Press
ISBN: 9780810114449
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For example, alongside Revelation 17:11, referring to "the beast that was, and is
not," Dostoevsky has written obshchechelovek, a concept closely related, as we
have seen, to his critique of the Westernized intellectual and to his notebook
conception of Stavrogin.2 1 Further pursuit of such examples here is, however,
redundant, for our main point is established: that Dostoevsky's intimate
knowledge of St. John's Revelation allowed him in The Devils to transcend
politics and to depict ...

Beyond Modernity

Author: Artur Mrowczynski-Van Allen
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
ISBN: 1498239781
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Nietzsche, Notebook, 65. Tolstoy, What I Believe?, 202; Nietzsche,
Nachgelassene Fragmente, 276. Nietzsche, Notebook, 70. Nietzsche, The
AntiChrist, 53; see also Notebook, 71–72. Tolstoy, What I Believe?, 215; see
Nietzsche, Nachgelassene Fragmente, 277. Nietzsche, The AntiChrist, 66.
Nietzsche, Notebook, 76. Tolstoy, What I Believe?, 43. Evlampiev, “Dostoevsky
and Nietzsche,” 15–32. Dostoevsky, The Devils, 637. Nietzsche, Notebook, 97;
see Dostoevsky, The Devils, 637.

A Notebook On William Shakespeare

Author: Edith Sitwell
Publisher: A&C Black
ISBN: 1448202027
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Frateretto, who brought the news about Nero, was one of the devils mentioned in
the Declaration: 'Frateretto, Fliberdigibet, Hoberdidance, Tocobalto, were four
devils of the round or morrice. . .. These four had forty assistants under them, as
themselves doe confesse.'—HARSNET, p. 49. As for The prince of darkness is a
gentleman Modo he's call'd, and Mahu. we find, in Harsnet, in the deposition of
the possessed Richard Mainy: 'Furthermore it is pretended that there remaineth
still in ...