Devil's Due: Essays of the Elite

Posted by: Dax9

Devil's Due: Essays of the Elite - 11/09/16 07:57 PM

If you're searching for an anthology filled with hardcore, heavy duty Satanic essays, look no further! Allow me to suggest to you Devil's Due compiled by Reverend Eric Vernor. This is a collection of articles by Church of Satan members of varying ranks from different backgrounds with a forward by the Maestro Peter Gilmore himself and an afterword by Magistra Templi Rex Blanche Barton.

Just recently released for order, this book is a must read for all CoS members and those interested in Satanism. I am honored that my own little essay is included among these other illustrious contributors! Hail Satan! coopdevil

https://www.amazon.com/Devils-Due-Essays-Elite-Vernor/dp/1537095595
Posted by: Waya

Re: Devil's Due: Essays of the Elite - 11/09/16 10:43 PM

I'll be picking this up for sure.

Thanks for the reminder. smile
Posted by: Symbiote

Re: Devil's Due: Essays of the Elite - 11/26/16 11:02 AM

I enjoyed it. I also just got Hail Thyself and know he is working on a deluxe version of it and there's a DVD.

Good stuff. I got mine on Amazon but numerous ways to purchase.
Posted by: doktorzee

Re: Devil's Due: Essays of the Elite - 12/10/16 12:14 PM

Corvis Nocturnum is a very talented writer with endless inspiration. I am looking forward to his book "Abandon All Hope: Exploring Hell".
http://imgur.com/a/Aca8x
Posted by: Chris6

Re: Devil's Due: Essays of the Elite - 12/14/16 05:06 PM

Didn't even know of its existence. Thanks Dad!
Posted by: Symbiote

Re: Devil's Due: Essays of the Elite - 02/24/17 03:30 AM

I've gotten to know him a bit, he actually signed some of my books that I had purchased from him. I'm waiting for a book on marketing. I trend towards his self help/ motivational material. Sounds awesome though!
Posted by: Alina Gheju Clau

(NA) Re: Devil's Due: Essays of the Elite - 08/04/17 11:12 AM

FUCK DEVIL!
Posted by: VinterWulf

(NA) Re: Devil's Due: Essays of the Elite - 08/19/17 11:55 PM

Thank you Dax9!

I was wondering about this book, and now I feel very confident that it is a "must purchase".

Thank you.