Anton LeVey's Bible
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Levay's Bible before turning to Satanism

Origin

Anton LeVey

Type

Christian Bible

Effects

Creates illusions of demons

Downsides

Mass hysteria

Activation

Proximity

Collected by

Warehouse 13

Section

The Library Section

Aisle

Religious Books

Date of Collection

1998

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Origin[edit | edit source]

Howard Stanton Levey (1930 - 1997) was an American author, musician and occultist who eventually took the stage name Anton LeVey. He was the founder of the Church of Satan and the religion of LeVeyan Satanism. During his time as the leader of his church he released several books and three albums on the subject of Satanism. Born in Chicago, Illinois to a Russian father and Ukrainian mother they became naturalized American citizens in 1900. The Levay family then moved to the Bay Area in California where his parents who held no religious identification supported Anton's love of music. Throughout college he looked into Christianity and the church but left it saying that the church had too many double-standards for his liking. When he was sixteen Anton left high school to join several circuses and carnivals where he honed his natural showmanship which would greatly aid him when it came to drawing in followers after he created the Church of Satan.

Effects[edit | edit source]

Creates illusions of demons absorbing LaVey's born showmanship, cannot be defaced.

Collection[edit | edit source]

After LeVay's death most of his possession were put up for auction, warehouse agents were sent to purchase the bible then.

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