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"Said Emerson, my faithful ally in this and many another matter, 'The doctrine of hatred must be preached as the counteraction of the doctrine of love when that pules and whines.' We are all pulers and whiners today, we are born such and rarely out grow it. Bitterness is the only thing which can tear the bandage of Idealism from our eyes and enable us to see life as the old unseduced Greeks and Romans saw it. And when we can see life as the Greeks and Romans saw it perhaps we will have no further use for bitterness and can then throw it away." - John Erwin McCall, 'The Religion of Egoism, A Prayer for More Bitterness.'

For more information, see 'A Bible Not Borrowed From the Neighbors' from Underworld Amusements. 
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A Bible Not Borrowed from the Neighbors
Essays and Aphorisms on Egoism
edited by Kevin I. Slaughter
6x9”, 164 pages, paperback, $14.95

Rev. Kevin I. Slaughter has edited and published a collection of essays and aphorisms on philosophical Egoism, a worldview that significantly overlaps with Satanic ideas in important ways. These writers, contemporaries of Ragnar Redbeard, rejected the altruism and egalitarianism in their time. Blasphemous, mocking and visceral, they are the children of Nietzsche, Stirner and Thoreau. They held no idea as sacred, and upheld themselves as the ultimate arbiters of their own fate… concepts that we Satanists know quite well.

Because the masses prefer ideas that flatter themselves over ones that disparage the sickly mob-mind, these writers are often forgotten and intentionally overlooked.

In the video above, Kevin reads a truncated version of one of the essays included in the book, from which it gets its name. Titled ”The Religion of Egoism: A Prayer for More Bitterness”, it was written by John Erwin McCall in 1898.

The editor believes that one of the greatest aspects of LaVey’s work is that he has provided a gateway to just this kind of reactionary and subversive thought, as opposed to the god-mongers who want all roads to lead back to their own sacred word and divine being. They create closed systems through enforced taboos against forbidden thoughts… lest their sheep begin to get too curious.

The book can be purchased from: http://underworldamusements.bigcartel.com/product/a-bible-not-borrowed-from-your-neighbors
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Hosting a hangout with my other account... 
One one hour, 5pm Eastern US, I'll be hostin a pre-release viewing of "The Great Satan" lecture. I'll open a "hangout" here in 30-45 minutes...
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We insisted this book and campaign be run on and succeed by merit. 
There has been one reward level that has remained untouched over the past 37 days and now we're dropping the price!

I've been asked if backers can upgrade their pledge, YES. You can choose a higher reward level and change the amount of your order.
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+Kevin Slaughter  has released a new short documentary film.

As a guest at The Black House, the home of the High Priest and Priestess of the Church of Satan, he filmed an interview with Peter H. Gilmore. There was a party later that evening and he requested to speak to any attendees that would answer a rather simple, but open-ended, question: “What does Satanism mean to you?” This video distills the answers, covering many different facets of why someone would identify with such a taboo philosophy.

All of the interviewees self-identify as Satanists, but many had never spoken about it publicly. What has resulted is in stark contrast to most documentaries on Satanism that stress the more lurid or shocking elements. Here, instead, is a rather intimate but unrestrained portrait.

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Reverend Slaughter’s Kickstarter project is still running, with only a few days left: http://kck.st/IhszgS
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