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Anton LaVey

Data de nascimento: 11. Abril 1930
Data de falecimento: 29. Outubro 1997

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Anton Szandor LaVey, nascido Howard Stanton Levey , fundou a Igreja de Satã. Segundo sua auto biografia, tem ascendência georgiana da Alsácia, alemã, e romena., além de líder da primeira organização abertamente satânica da história, LaVey também trabalhou como músico, fotógrafo forense, ocultista e domador de feras em circos, entretanto alguns documentos neguem tais informações.

Eu sou um infernal mentiroso. Maior parte da minha vida adulta, eu fui acusado de ser um charlatão, uma fraude, um impostor. Acho que isso me faz o mais próximo ao que do Diabo se deve ser, além que qualquer um. Isso é verdade. Eu minto constantemente, incessantemente. Porque eu minto constantemente, eu realmente estaria cheio de merda, se eu não mantivesse a minha boca fechada e minhas entranhas abertas.

Anton Szandor LaVey foi o extravagante Sumo Sacerdote da Igreja de Satã e autor da Bíblia Satânica. Juntamente com Charles Manson e Timothy Leary, outros gurus messiânicos pop, foi figura notória nos anos 1960. Lavey, contudo, como guru do submundo revelado da adoração satânica, serviu de bicho-papão para a mídia norte-americana sensacionalista.

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„It's too bad that stupidity isn't painful“

— Anton LaVey
Context: It's too bad that stupidity isn't painful.

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„I break away from all conventions that do not lead to my earthly success and happiness.
I raise up in stern invasion the standard of the strong!“

— Anton LaVey
Context: In this arid wilderness of steel and stone I raise up my voice that you may hear. To the East and to the West I beckon. To the North and to the South I show a sign proclaiming: Death to the weakling, wealth to the strong! Open your eyes that you may see, Oh men of mildewed minds, and listen to me ye bewildered millions! For I stand forth to challenge the wisdom of the world; to interrogate the "laws" of man and of "God"! I request reason for your golden rule and ask the why and wherefore of your ten commandments. Before none of your printed idols do I bend in acquiescence, and he who saith "thou shalt" to me is my mortal foe! I dip my forefinger in the watery blood of your impotent mad redeemer, and write over his thorn-torn brow: The TRUE prince of evil — the king of slaves! No hoary falsehood shall be a truth to me; no stifling dogma shall encramp my pen! I break away from all conventions that do not lead to my earthly success and happiness. I raise up in stern invasion the standard of the strong! I gaze into the glassy eye of your fearsome Jehovah, and pluck him by the beard; I uplift a broad-axe, and split open his worm-eaten skull! I blast out the ghastly contents of philosophically whited sepulchers and laugh with sardonic wrath! Book I, Section I

„I stand forth to challenge the wisdom of the world; to interrogate the "laws" of man and of "God"!“

— Anton LaVey
Context: In this arid wilderness of steel and stone I raise up my voice that you may hear. To the East and to the West I beckon. To the North and to the South I show a sign proclaiming: Death to the weakling, wealth to the strong! Open your eyes that you may see, Oh men of mildewed minds, and listen to me ye bewildered millions! For I stand forth to challenge the wisdom of the world; to interrogate the "laws" of man and of "God"! I request reason for your golden rule and ask the why and wherefore of your ten commandments. Before none of your printed idols do I bend in acquiescence, and he who saith "thou shalt" to me is my mortal foe! I dip my forefinger in the watery blood of your impotent mad redeemer, and write over his thorn-torn brow: The TRUE prince of evil — the king of slaves! No hoary falsehood shall be a truth to me; no stifling dogma shall encramp my pen! I break away from all conventions that do not lead to my earthly success and happiness. I raise up in stern invasion the standard of the strong! I gaze into the glassy eye of your fearsome Jehovah, and pluck him by the beard; I uplift a broad-axe, and split open his worm-eaten skull! I blast out the ghastly contents of philosophically whited sepulchers and laugh with sardonic wrath! Book I, Section I

„To the East and to the West I beckon. To the North and to the South I show a sign proclaiming: Death to the weakling, wealth to the strong!“

— Anton LaVey
Context: In this arid wilderness of steel and stone I raise up my voice that you may hear. To the East and to the West I beckon. To the North and to the South I show a sign proclaiming: Death to the weakling, wealth to the strong! Open your eyes that you may see, Oh men of mildewed minds, and listen to me ye bewildered millions! For I stand forth to challenge the wisdom of the world; to interrogate the "laws" of man and of "God"! I request reason for your golden rule and ask the why and wherefore of your ten commandments. Before none of your printed idols do I bend in acquiescence, and he who saith "thou shalt" to me is my mortal foe! I dip my forefinger in the watery blood of your impotent mad redeemer, and write over his thorn-torn brow: The TRUE prince of evil — the king of slaves! No hoary falsehood shall be a truth to me; no stifling dogma shall encramp my pen! I break away from all conventions that do not lead to my earthly success and happiness. I raise up in stern invasion the standard of the strong! I gaze into the glassy eye of your fearsome Jehovah, and pluck him by the beard; I uplift a broad-axe, and split open his worm-eaten skull! I blast out the ghastly contents of philosophically whited sepulchers and laugh with sardonic wrath! Book I, Section I

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