Top 5 Scary Demonic Books

Top 5 Scary Demonic Books

September 19, 2019 100 By William Hollis


Since the creation of The Church of Satan
in 1966, Satanism has become a popular religious group, consisting of ideological and philosophical
beliefs about Satan. Since its inception, there have been numerous
texts published promoting the religion with instructions on how to invoke demons and entities. So with that, we’re going to be discussing
some of the scariest, with our list of the Top 5 Scary Demonic Books. Before we begin be sure to stick around until
the end of the video where I’ll be responding to some of your comments. Let’s jump in. 5 The Voynich Manuscript
The Voynich Manuscript is arguably the most infamous on our list to say the least. To begin, the book is written in an unknown
writing system that many to this day are still attempting to decipher. It is unknown who wrote the book, but it is
named after Wilfrid Voynich, a Polish book dealer who purchased it in 1912. The mystery of the book has excited people
over the years, but we’re still no closer to figuring out it’s contents or origins. Many have speculated that the book itself
may be evil, and judging by the pictures included, may contain spells or incantations for summoning
demons. But this is all speculation. There have been many people over the years
who have claimed to have deciphered the text, from Robert S Brumbaugh who claimed that the
manuscript was a forgery intended to fool Emperor Rudolf II into purchasing it. Or Stephen Bax who claimed the manuscript
was about Nature. Or even Nicholas Gibbs who claimed it was
a guide to women’s health. We may never know what knowledge the books
hold, perhaps at the end of the day, it’s a hoax. But some speculate it may be something evil
that we should never attempt to uncover. 4 The Sworn Book of Honorius
This is a medieval grimoire, written by Honorius of Thebes — it is the oldest existing medieval
grimoire, and arguably the most influential. The text contains incantations and invocations
to induce visions from heaven, Hell, and Purgatory. It is also widely believed that the person
who is capable of deciphering all the text with gain access to all the knowledge in the
world. Not too shabby.Now, it’s history is hazy,
but the book is supposedly the product of a group of magicians who condensed all their
knowledge into one book. Many of it’s instructions include: how to
conjure and command a demon,how to work other magical operations, as well as the knowledge
of what lies in Heaven, among other things. It has been classified as a Solomonic Grimoire,
due to its heavy angelic powers, like those found in The Key of Solomon. 3 The Satanic Bible
Published in 1969, and written by Anton LaVey, The Satanic Bible is a collection of essays,
observations and rituals, is the central text of Satanism, and is considered to be the foundation
of it’s philosophy. The bible is divided into four sections: The
Book of Satan, The Book of Lucifer, The Book of Belial, and The Book of Leviathan. The latter offering invocations for sex, compassion,
and destruction, as well as invocation of Satan. Thankfully, The Satanic Bible is not considered
to be a sacred scripture, like the Christian Bible is to Christians — but Satanists do
regard it as authoritative text. The Satanic Bible has been condemned by many,
for being dangerous — particularly to adolescents. As problematic as this book is — it is still
available in most places — although many schools have made an attempt to ban the text. 2 The Necromancer’s Manual
Also known as the Munich Manual of Demonic Magic, this book is a fifteenth century grimoire
manuscript. This text is seen as guidebook to evoke demonic
entities. The book includes a variety of spells and
rituals, divided into three themes: Illusionist, Psychological, and Diviniatory. Not only that, but it was believed that this
book was the tool to control people, time, and emotions.Yeah — there is no real way
of knowing that someone isn’t out there right now, using this book to control you. Think about it. 1 The Grand Grimoire
To put it simply — this book teaches you how to summon and control demons. Yup. Is there anything worse than that? No, the answers no. Also known as The Red Dragon this book was
written in the early 19th century — with it’s publication date ranging from, 1521,
to 1522, or even 1421. It was authored by Antonio Venitiana del Rabina
— I hope I said that right. Who has supposedly gathered his information
from the original writings of King Solomon. The book contains instructions to summon Lucifer,
for the purpose of forming a deal with the devil. The Grand Grimoire is divided into two books,
— the first half containing the instructions for summoning a demon. And the second divided into two further parts:
The Sanctum Regnum, and Secrets, of the magic art of the Grand Grimoire. The former contains instructions for making
a pact with a demon — allowing you to command it without the tools required in book one. The latter contains simple spells and rituals
you can performs in order to complete the summoning and the controlling. All in all — it’s not a book that should
be placed in the hands of the morally ambiguous, let’s just say that. Well there we have it! What did you guys think of these books? Have you read any of them? Were there any that we missed? Leave us all your thoughts and feelings in
the comments down below and perhaps we can do a part 2. Before I go though I just want to respond
to a few comments from some of our past videos. Mr Michael McSween said “Can you guys please
do a Suspira Video? I love the movie and I love your channel. It’d work great.” — Well Michael, I sure hope you’re talking
about Dario Argento’s Suspiria, and not the horrendous remake that just came out. Otherwise, yes, I would love to make a Suspiria
video. Nicodemus Gabel said “Darn it Lucy! You are so intimidating, no wonder they chose
you as a speak for scary vid. When I look in your eyes I see someone you
shouldn’t mess with. Keep up the good work.” — Why Nico, you know me so well. And on that note, if you haven’t already
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