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American Satanists Paul Thomsen

American Satanists

Paul Thomsen

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An epic tale that follows Thomas and his occasional, longtime lover Sela as they navigate through their separate experiences as the latest descendants of an ancient, hidden, esoteric Order which is fighting to assert its influence in an ever changingMoreAn epic tale that follows Thomas and his occasional, longtime lover Sela as they navigate through their separate experiences as the latest descendants of an ancient, hidden, esoteric Order which is fighting to assert its influence in an ever changing world. American Satanists is a suffocating and often times lurid story of the rites and practices of a secret ancestral tribe that seemingly appears nondescript from the outside but underneath the veil lies an Order deeply ingrained in American society.Naive but independent Sela is sought for her inherent magical abilities by ancillary initiates whom she trusts. Not the least of which is Thomas, who has been educated in the most exclusive International Mystery Schools since boyhood and is recruited to guide and influence Sela in fulfilling her destiny as the heir apparent leader among the Circle Hierarchy.Sela helps the Sisterhood in seducing Tanya, a twenty year old college student who has no idea about the esoteric significance of her ancestral roots. Tanya is unique as she is the only person who is able to conceive the fruit of a centuries old rite, The Covenant Child. In order to fulfill the mystical ambitions of the Circle, Tanya must be used as a vessel to bring forth the divine offspring.To complicate matters, Tanyas brother has become embroiled with a radical Christian organization that will stop at nothing to prevent Tanya and the Circle from ascending to power.Will Thomas succeed in seducing Sela into the sacred realms of the ultra-exclusive Sect? Or will a radical Christian group capture Tanya and put the entire future of the Circle in jeopardy?