Dieses e-book: "Die Gnosis des Bösen - Entstehung und Kult des Hexensabbats, des Satanismus und der Schwarzen Messe (Vollständige Ausgabe)" ist mit einem detaillierten und dynamischen Inhaltsverzeichnis versehen und wurde sorgfältig korrekturgelesen.
Stanisław Przybyszewski (1868-1927) struggle ein polnischer Schriftsteller, der zu Beginn seiner Laufbahn auf Deutsch schrieb.
Die Entstehung der Satanskirche
Der Kult der Satanskirche
Aus dem Buch:
"Hohn, dreimal Hohn diesem Heil. Speien wir auf das Heil, das nach dieser irdischen Hölle kommen soll. Und am Ende ist das zukünftige Heil nur eine Lüge, wie alles, used to be das Heil hier auf Erden versprach? Denn sieh! Die Kirche, Christi heilige Braut, wurde zu einer Hure, die sich verkaufte und den infamsten Schacher trieb..."
For many Africanist historians, conventional faith is just a place to begin for measuring the historical effect of Christianity and Islam. In Tongnaab, Jean Allman and John Parker problem the excellence among culture and modernity through tracing the move and mutation of the robust Talensi god and ancestor shrine, Tongnaab, from the savanna of northern Ghana during the forests and coastal plains of the south. utilizing a variety of written, oral, and iconographic assets, Allman and Parker discover the old dynamics of cross-cultural spiritual trust and perform. They exhibit how Tongnaab has been intertwined with many issues and occasions in West African history―the slave alternate, colonial conquest and rule, capitalist agriculture and mining, hard work migration, transferring ethnicities, the construction of ethnographic wisdom, and the political initiatives that caused the trendy kingdom country. This wealthy and unique e-book indicates that indigenous faith has been on the middle of dramatic social and monetary adjustments stretching from the slave exchange to the vacationer trade.
By Leah Remini
#1 NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER • The outspoken actress, speak express host, and truth tv megastar deals up a no-holds-barred memoir, together with an eye-opening insider account of her tumultuous and heart-wrenching thirty-year-plus organization with the Church of Scientology.
Leah Remini hasn't ever been the kind to carry her tongue. That willingness to talk her brain, stand her floor, and rattle the occasional cage has enabled this tough-talking woman from Brooklyn to forge a permanent and winning profession in Hollywood. yet being a troublemaker has come at a cost.
That was once by no means extra obtrusive than in 2013, while Remini loudly and publicly broke with the Church of Scientology. Now, during this frank, humorous, poignant memoir, the previous King of Queens famous person opens up approximately that have for the 1st time, revealing the in-depth info of her painful cut up with the church and its debatable practices.
Indoctrinated into the church as a toddler whereas residing along with her mom and sister in long island, Remini ultimately moved to l. a., the place her goals of changing into an actress and advancing Scientology’s reasons grew more and more intertwined. As an grownup, she discovered the luck she’d labored so challenging for, and with it a popular position within the hierarchy of star Scientologists along humans equivalent to Tom Cruise, Scientology’s such a lot high-profile adherent. Remini hung out without delay with Cruise and used to be incorporated one of the visitors at his 2006 marriage ceremony to Katie Holmes.
but if she started to elevate questions about a number of the church’s activities, she discovered herself a aim. finally, she used to be declared by means of the church to be a risk to their association and consequently a “Suppressive Person,” and therefore, all of her fellow parishioners—including contributors of her personal family—were instructed to disconnect from her. Forever.
daring, brash, and bravely confessional, Troublemaker chronicles Leah Remini’s outstanding trip towards emotional and religious freedom, either for herself and for her family members. this can be a memoir designed to bare the hard-won truths of a existence lived honestly—from an writer unafraid of the consequences.
Praise for Troublemaker
“An aggressively sincere memoir . . . Troublemaker is the main uncooked and revealing Scientology memoir to date.”—Entertainment Weekly
“Leah’s tale is a juicy, inside-Hollywood learn, yet it’s greater than that. It’s a relocating tale in regards to the price of wondering authority and the way one girl survived a profound challenge of faith.”—People
“Remini [offers] up a few juicy tidbits from her a long time within the church.”—Newsweek
From the Hardcover edition.
By Jay Youngdahl
For over 100 years, Navajos have long gone to paintings in major numbers on Southwestern railroads. As they took at the onerous paintings of laying and anchoring tracks, they grew to become to standard faith to anchor their lives.
Jay Youngdahl, an lawyer who has represented Navajo employees in claims with their railroad employers due to the fact 1992 and who extra lately earned a master's in divinity from Harvard, has used oral background and archival examine to put in writing a cultural historical past of Navajos' paintings at the railroad and the jobs their spiritual traditions play of their lives of not easy exertions clear of home.
By Steven C. Bullock
Within the first accomplished heritage of the fraternity recognized to outsiders basically for its secrecy and rituals, Steven Bullock strains Freemasonry via its first century in the USA. He follows the order from its origins in Britain and its creation into North the USA within the 1730s to its near-destruction via a big anti-Masonic move virtually a century later and its next reconfiguration into the brotherhood we all know this day. With a club that integrated Benjamin Franklin, George Washington, Paul Revere, and Andrew Jackson, Freemasonry is interesting in its personal correct, yet Bullock additionally areas the flow on the heart of the transformation of yankee society and tradition from the colonial period to the increase of Jacksonian democracy. utilizing inn files, individuals' recollections and correspondence, and native and Masonic histories, Bullock hyperlinks Freemasonry with the altering beliefs of early American society. even if the fraternity begun between colonial elites, its unfold in the course of the Revolution and in a while allowed it to play a tremendous function in shaping the hot nation's rules of liberty and equality. mockingly, even if, the extra inclusive and universalist Masonic rules turned, the extra threatening its contributors' fiscal and emotional bonds appeared to outsiders, sparking an explosive assault at the fraternity after 1826. American History
By David J. Kalupahana
David J. Kalupahana's Buddhist Philosophy: A ancient research has, seeing that its unique e-book in 1976, provided an unequaled creation to the philosophical ideas and historic improvement of Buddhism. Now, representing the fruits of Dr. Kalupahana's thirty years of scholarly learn and mirrored image, A heritage of Buddhist Philosophy builds upon and surpasses that previous paintings, supplying a totally reconstructed, special research of either early and later Buddhism.
By way of public opinion, new spiritual routine are thought of debatable for various purposes. Their social association usually runs counter to well known expectancies through experimenting with communal residing, substitute management roles, strange monetary inclinations, and new political and moral values. hence most of the people perspectives new religions with a mix of interest, leisure, and nervousness, sustained via lavish media emphasis on oddness and tragedy instead of familiarity and lived experience.
This up to date and revised moment version of Controversial New Religions offers a scholarly, dispassionate examine these teams that experience generated the main realization, together with a few very recognized classical teams just like the kin, Unification Church, Scientology, and Jim Jones's People's Temple; a few relative novices corresponding to the Kabbalah Centre, the Order of the sunlight Temple, department Davidians, Heaven's Gate, and the Falun Gong; and a few fascinating circumstances like modern Satanism, the Raelians, Black nationalism, and numerous Pagan teams. each one essay combines an summary of the historical past and ideology of every association or stream with unique and insightful research. through providing many years of scholarly paintings on new non secular events written in an available shape by means of confirmed students in addition to more youthful specialists within the box, this booklet could be a useful source for all those that search a view of latest religions that's deeper than what are available in sensationalistic media stories.
By Elias Kifon Bongmba
A daring paintings of African philosophy and theology that brings jointly witchcraft and the philosophy of Levinas.
The Coherence of Theism investigates what it ability, and if it is coherent, to claim that there's a God. Richard Swinburne concludes that regardless of philosophical objections, most standard claims approximately God are coherent (that is, don't contain contradictions); and even if the most vital claims are coherent provided that the phrases wherein they're expressed are getting used in analogical senses, this can be the way theologians have often claimed that they're getting used. while the 1st variation of this publication was once released in 1977, it used to be the 1st publication within the new 'analytic' culture of philosophy of faith to debate those matters. when you consider that that point there were very many books and discussions dedicated to them, and this new, considerably rewritten, moment version takes account of those discussions and of latest advancements in philosophy regularly over the last forty years. those discussions have involved how one can examine the declare that God is 'omnipotent', even if God can foreknow human loose activities, no matter if God is eternal or undying, and what it truly is for God to be a 'necessary being'. On these kind of matters this re-creation has new issues to say.
If we're to think sensationalist media assurance, Satanism is, at its so much benign, the purview of people that gown in black, enhance themselves with cranium and pentagram paraphernalia, and hear heavy steel. At its such a lot sinister, its adherents are worshippers of evil incarnate and have interaction in violent and perverse mystery rituals, the main points of which mainstream society imagines with a fascination verging at the obscene. Children of Lucifer debunks those facile characterizations by way of exploring the old origins of recent Satanism. Ruben van Luijk strains the movement's improvement from an idea invented by way of a Christian church desirous to demonize its inner and exterior rivals to a favorable (anti-)religious id embraced by means of numerous teams within the smooth West.
Van Luijk deals a accomplished highbrow historical past of this lengthy and unpredictable trajectory. This tale consists of Romantic poets, radical anarchists, eccentric esotericists, Decadent writers, and schismatic exorcists, between others, and culminates within the institution of the Church of devil via carnival entertainer Anton Szandor LaVey. but it really is greater than a suite of colourful characters and not likely historic episodes. The emergence of latest attitudes towards devil proves to be in detail associated with the ideological fight for emancipation that remodeled the West and is epitomized via the yankee and French Revolutions. it's also heavily attached to secularization, that different unprecedented historic approach which observed Western tradition spontaneously surrender its conventional gods and input right into a self-imposed kingdom of non secular indecision.
Children of Lucifer makes the case that the emergence of Satanism offers a shadow background of the evolution of contemporary civilization as we all know it. delivering the main accomplished account of this background but written, van Luijk proves that, with regards to Satanism, the evidence are even more attention-grabbing than the fiction.