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According To The Bible, Eve Was The First To Heed Satan S Advice To Eat Of The Forbidden Fruit The Notion Of Woman As The Devil S Accomplice Is Prominent Throughout The History Of Christianity During The Nineteenth Century, Rebellious Females Performed Counter Readings Of This Misogynist Tradition Hereby, Lucifer Was Reconceptualised As A Feminist Liberator Of Womankind, And Eve Became A Heroine In These Reimaginings, Satan Is An Ally In The Struggle Against A Patriarchy Supported By God The Father And His Male PriestsThis Study Delineates How Such Satanic Feminism Is Expressed In A Number Of Nineteenth Century Esoteric Works, Literary Texts, Autobiographies, Pamphlets And Journals, Newspaper Articles, Paintings, Sculptures And Even Artefacts Of Consumer Culture Such As JewelleryWe Encounter Figures Like The Suffragette Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Author And Diplomat Wife Aino Kallas, Gender Bending Theosophist H P Blavatsky, Actress Sarah Bernhardt, Anti Clerical Witch Enthusiast Matilda Joslyn Gage, Decadent Marchioness Luisa Casati, And The Luciferian Lesbian Poetess Ren E VivienThe Analysis Focuses On Interfaces Between Esotericism, Literature, Art And The Political Realm New Light Is Thus Shed On Neglected Aspects Of The Intellectual History Of Feminism, Satanism And Revisionary Mythmaking


10 thoughts on “Satanic Feminism: Lucifer as the Liberator of Woman in Nineteenth-Century Culture

  1. says:

    Satanic Feminism is just as readable and thorough as Children of Lucifer The Origins of Modern Religious Satanism, and the two books together give a really interesting and coherent view of Satanism from its earliest appearances in the historical record up to now Its a topic far too many people shy away from because they dont want to be labeled as Satanists, I got a lot of funny looks just for reading books with these titles, but its fascinating People seem to think Satanism will be a dark Satanic Feminism is just as readable and thorough as Children of Lucifer The Origins of Modern Religious Satanism, and the two books together give a really interesting and coherent view of Satanism from its earliest appearances in the historical record up to now It s a topic far too many people shy away from because they don t want to be labeled as Satanists, I got a lot of funny looks just for reading books with these titles, but it s fascinating People seem to think Satanism will be a dark underbelly of crime and perversity, but actually it s a long history of ideological resistance.Summary and full review


  2. says:

    This is a VERY in depth and fascinating examination of the involvement and connections between Satan and feminism, and how Western culture during the 19th century valued women who were subservient to men and saw independent women as wicked , and perhaps therein Satanic I was especially fascinated by the sections that addressed Lilith, a demon who could be considered one of the first feminist icons , and the sections on witchcraft and how it could have been seen as a fuck you to the This is a VERY in depth and fascinating examination of the involvement and connections between Satan and feminism, and how Western culture during the 19th century valued women who were subservient to men and saw independent women as wicked , and perhaps therein Satanic I was especially fascinated by the sections that addressed Lilith, a demon who could be considered one of the first feminist icons , and the sections on witchcraft and how it could have been seen as a fuck you to the patriarchy, as Satan in these stories gives women their independence whereas Christian values and systems oppress them It s a beast of a book but I really enjoyed it, as dense and daunting as it was


  3. says:

    This is a very, very, in depth analysis of feminism and Satanism To sum it up, Faxneld shows how 19th century western culture depicts women as evil and having attributes of Satan simply by being female Women who value autonomy and independence are particularly wicked and evil, because those the are devilish and rebellious attributes Western society oppresses women and values subservient women The Bible, which is only one source translated and written by men as pointed out by the author , This is a very, very, in depth analysis of feminism and Satanism To sum it up, Faxneld shows how 19th century western culture depicts women as evil and having attributes of Satan simply by being female Women who value autonomy and independence are particularly wicked and evil, because those the are devilish and rebellious attributes Western society oppresses women and values subservient women The Bible, which is only one source translated and written by men as pointed out by the author , tells western culture that Satan is bad Faxneld studies and analyzes, art and writings of others that questions Christianity and subsequently the Patriarchy and gives us a new perspective on how Satan can be seen as a liberator of women Satan, as a liberator, grants women power and independence while rejecting the patriarchy, which not only withholds power from women but actively persecutes and oppresses them Which is a breath of fresh air to read about in history books When I read this, I was glad to have a background in art history While that is not a requirement for this book, having a history background and being used to reading historical papers and texts is a little helpful Again, this book is a beast and dives DEEP into analysis The art and Christian iconography examinations of Satan and women were particularly interesting to me, as well as the chapter of witchcraft being a rebellion to the patriarchy My only complaint is the teeny tiny font The title of this book also earns points for the equal amount of stink eyes and high fives I got from strangers while reading it


  4. says:

    This is one of my all time favorite non fiction books I m a book seller and I have been recommending this to customers at least one a month since I got my job Satanism is so misunderstood and this book is a must read for digging into why Satanism is political, feminist, and overall wonderful.


  5. says:

    Interesting thought process, some very good sources, heavy focus on romanticism Well written, well researched, and quite enjoyable though not always linear and often barely scratched the surface of some of the richest material sources Absolutely worth a read for both feminists and religious scholars, but servesan introduction to the material than a complete compendium The Chicago Manual style was fantastic, and I used the book as a springboard for further research many times If Interesting thought process, some very good sources, heavy focus on romanticism Well written, well researched, and quite enjoyable though not always linear and often barely scratched the surface of some of the richest material sources Absolutely worth a read for both feminists and religious scholars, but servesan introduction to the material than a complete compendium The Chicago Manual style was fantastic, and I used the book as a springboard for further research many times If interested in delving into material beyond the feminist perspective, I would also recommend The Birth of Satan Tracing the Devil s Biblical Roots by Wray and Mobley


  6. says:

    Thorough study on satanism and feminismIf you want a perfectly well written and research study of satanism and feminism this is the book you need Amazing read.


  7. says:

    This is really great, but be advised, it is a dissertation.