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Gates of the Necronomicon

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 12, 2006

    Initiation time

    For anyone that is truly ready to initiate yourself into the Necronomicon current...now is the time!!! Wherever Simon got his information it works because he obviously did take things from Sumerian and Akkadian text. If one takes whatever bit of scholarly bits of Sumerian religion is left and confirms this work through them will see too many connections for any of Simon's works to be just simply made up. I laugh when many commentors put down Simon's works because they obviously either like to speak like they put all their effort into studying and practicing the Necronomicon system or they act like they are a bonafide scholar that can tell us what is or is not true and my comparison to this is a man who has read a book on the nature of electricity and then the actual electrician who has gone way beyond just reading from the book which is barely even an introduction. If you only read Simon's works and have not actually and truly tested the works after being trained as a real magician of a bonafide order...you have no business yapping and you are still stuck with what is still only the introduction. It is human nature for most to be a critic and although it is healthy and safe to question everything until you find the truth it is also important to work through whatever material you choose to get a first hand account instead of hand me down opinions that most people love to spurt. I am part of three great and prominant magickal orders and I am with the two best psychic schools on the planet ,in my opinion, being the Clairvision school and the Free Soul Society. I am foremost a state of the art Vedic Scholar and have a masters in Sumerian culture and religion. I am also with the International Ghost Hunters Society and the Virginia State Ghost Hunters Society. Few can either pull the wool over my eyes or get anything past me. I am a husband and father who is very down to earth. Above all I don't think it is wise for immature teenagers to have Simons works, or anyone for that matter, unless they have a teacher of magick and the psychic sciences. I also advise getting a psychologist that is also certified in modern psychology and if you can get one thats into shamanism you would be doing very well because you will be dealing with many things on your path of growing. This path is for the most part like any other , but is a version of the universal path for those with a particular aesthetic. There are however things about the Necronomicon path that are so completely different from anything of religion,magick, or the supernormal that anyone can find on this earth or in any other system. Working this material is basicaly making the descision to have your astral/psychic eyes opened permanently to wonderful things and sometimes the most horrific which in nature reflects something right out of the movie Hell Raiser!!! Oh...a box...I will take one please as bordem is not my thing.LOL!

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  • Posted July 15, 2011

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    A BOOK BASED ON A LITERARY DEVICE

    Amazing. I am amazed that there are still people who think the Necronomicon is anything but a literary tool H.P. Lovecraft invented to add depth to his stories. Lovecraft admitted the book did not exist. Come on, people! Why would Simon refuse all requests to see the manuscript? Because there is not one! There never was. Do you believers also believe in Chambers' The King in Yellow? Or maybe you think the spellbook in the movie Hocus Pocus is real, too?

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 29, 2009

    Helpful in use with the Necronomicon

    Really should read this book if you try to do any of the workings with the Necronomicon. It breaks things down a little easier, but really does need some illustrations. The Necronomicon Spellbook that's now out is the much needed short-cut that everyone interested has been looking for.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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    Posted March 3, 2010

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