A Satanic Spiritual Revelation
By Temptor Pricnegsur

Specifications: 120 pages, 135 g. paper. Duodecimo size, soft cover bound in faux crushed leather with black end papers (140 g.). Cover hot-stamped in grey with the Sasstia seal. Hand-sewed spine. 300 hand-numbered copies.

"When we face the question of the nature of Satan, of whether we are dealing with a real being or merely a symbol, we soon come to realize that this is the chief cause for division among Satanists. Only if we accept Satan as a truly existing being with a history and a philosophy of its own, can we then start answering the questions that consequently arise, the chief one which concerns us as Satanists being what would “Satanism” truly be, according to its true founder? It is this question, the true nature of Satanism, that composes the core subject of The Book of Sassstia, a collection of texts and symbolic stories received via psychography by the author, Temptor Princnegsur. It is a manifestation of “Lucifer” through his Envoy “Sassstia”, a dialogue through Direct Correspondence with “Satan and his retinue of demons”.

These texts span the first stage of manifestation of Sassstia in the author's life, one which would eventually develop into the second stage whence the teachings behind the Satanic phratry Es.Dev.Re.Sa., comprised between The Great Brotherhood of Satan (the invisible and obscure part of Es.Dev.Re.Sa.) and The Devil's Amanuensis (which is its visible and earthly part), are being received, and it is now being made available for the first time in English.

The Book of Sassstia was not written to create an image and a mental concept simply by way of its reading, but to convey an experience which is verily alive, one that each heart will be able to recognize and mold according to its own experience. The Book of Sassstia has the power to awaken awareness, from that which "God" is not, to that which "God" pretends to tell us by way of his caveats and threats with regard to the condemned. The Book of Sassstia was not made to violate the innocence of the foolish, but one stands warned that it has the power to make it mature abruptly."
- Table of Contents -
Retrospective Prologue

The Book of Sassstia
Opening Chronologer I
Opening Chronologer II
Part One
Part Two
Part Three
Part Four
Part Five
Part Six
Part Seven
Part Eight
Appendix I - Faraón - "Testimony of Spheres Superiour and Inferiour to the Sun"
Appendix II - Gevurahel - "Knowers of Good & Evil I"
Appendix III - Gevurahel - "Knowers of Good & Evil II"
Appendix IV - Gevurahel - "An Obscure Celestial Ego"