Tapping into the Satanic feminine, The Satanic Witch explores, through the mind of Anton LaVey, how a woman can make the most of her abilities as a witch. He teaches that every woman has the ability to use their own mystique in order to get what they want out of life.
The Satanic Witch was published during a time in occultism when feminist witchcraft groups were on the rise – and so it shows quite the opposite, that without any special powers, any woman can tap into her own essential being in order to create magic in the world around her. While it is a rather outdated view on women it makes for an interesting read none the less and is part of your essential LaVey book collection.
Along with this is the famous LaVey Synthesizer Clock, a tool enabling the witch to understand from a psychological viewpoint how she can attract the best mate for her situation. While dated, the ideas in The Satanic Witch remains a classic in the Satanic scene, especially among LaVeyan Satanists.
As one reviewer stated: “The information in this book is eye opening and informative. This can be applied to so many different areas of a person’s life is one is creative. I have used this book with much success. I am reminded that everyone’s ego can be satisfied and skill comes with practice.”
The Satanic Witch
Essential book on LaVeyan Witchcraft
Written By Anton LaVey
Feral House; 2 edition (February 1, 2003)
ISBN-10: 0922915849 | ISBN-13: 978-0922915842