I started to read some of this however set it down and deleted it from my Paperwhite. It is not only poorly written but it's filled with freakishly bizarre occult conspiracy notions that makes it impossible to read leave alone take seriously.
The author does not seem to understand the origins of the Hell mythology nor the origins of the various books and fragments of books which comprise the contemporary versions of the Classical Christanic Mythologies, so the book here is filled with mistaken notions about history, science, and mythology.
What might possible save this book from being pointless and impossible to read is that human behaviorist psychologists might find useful insights in to the mind of occult believers. Academically the dysfunctional mind of the author -- and other occultists like him -- is laid bare in this book, however it's so poorly written that even psychology students looking for a thesis would not give this their time and effort.
(review of free book)