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The Return of Sathanas

A Novel of the Revolt of Evil Against the Gods.

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Published: 1948
Language: English
Wordcount: 34,155 / 96 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 60.1
LoC Category: PS
Downloads: 2,021
Added to site: 2007.11.13 19008

ech of that city was condemned not long after Sathanas had left Mu to become the satellite Ruler of one of the planets under the Elders of Nor.

His was pretty much the same background, in many ways, as that of Ex-Elder Zeit whose antecedents I had studied long ago, as I had been curious as to how an apparently intelligent man had become such an unthinking monster.

I thought--and experiments of the Elder scientists subsequently proved--that aging mech has produced many a criminal. I think that their subjection to the infected energy from the wornout pleasure mech was the cause of this as it formed their inner polarization--their very soul--along dis-inductive lines. Hence, as long as stars blaze in space, such characters will induct that will to Evil from the stars' mighty destructive fields. And unfortunately there is absolutely no way to prevent these creations.

The whole group connected with Sathanas had fallen into some evil and dissipated habits, had formed a cult of great power, and



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