Love is in the air, as we discuss Romantic literature’s true devotion to Satan. Sure, we all love Satan, but how often can we say we’ve nursed Romantic feelings about him? Turns out the answer is quite a bit, as our modern Satanic concept of who Satan is and what he stands for stems almost entirely from the affections of the Romantics, a school of European writers and artists from the 19th century who, yes, romanticized all things devilish. Here to help us explore that loving legacy, we have Michael Osiris Snuffin, lifelong Satanist and author of Introduction to Romantic Satanism. And in the news, the UK has a new angle on the worst Satanists in the world, and locally, the sun also rises on Satanic Bay Area’s big reunion.
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- Satanic Bay Area Solstice 2020
- U.S. soldier’s alleged connection to Satanic Nazi extremist group renews calls to ban it
- Amazon: Introduction to Romantic Satanism by Michael Osiris Snuffin
- Facebook: Introduction To Romantic Satanism
- Romanticism (Britannica)
- Azade Seyhan’s “What Is Romanticism”
- Inquiry Concerning Political Justice, William Godwin
- Percy Shelley’s “Defense of Poetry”
- Shelley’s “The Devil’s Walk”
- William Blake, The Marriage of Heaven & Hell
- Lord Byron, Cain
- Southey’s Vision of Judgment
- Portraits of Byron in Order of Byroness
- George Sand, Consuelo (this link was hard to find)
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