It seems like time is moving as we approach the end of the first month in 2010. I have been busy with editing the Atlantean Necronomicon. Amazingly, the text will feature a rare glimpse about the history of Queen of Sheba and some of  her own writings. This information I found in the Veils of Negative Existence, a collection of writings in the library of Ahmad al-Buni, which will also be included in the text, and I might even have some works of Ghengis Khan also that will be in prnt for the first time. How are these individuals related to the Necronomiocn Tradition, is explained in the text.

Also this week, I will be reviewing some of the Necronomiocn material presented by Donald Tyson. I must say that this site is mainly for practitioners of the Simon Necronomicon. However, after receiving a few emails, I decided to check it out.

Have a great weekend!

2 thoughts on “Recent Updates: The Veils of Negative Existence

  1. Now you’ve intrigued me. So the Veils can be somehow related after all?

    Also, I haven’t read “Enochian Magick for Beginners” but Tyson’s apocalyptic Enochian theory is developed in full in the last part of his book “Tetragrammaton”, where he interprets each Enochian Key in detail in light of Gnostic thought. I’ll admit, I only bought that one because the back cover blurb says matter-of-factly that this book reveals “the use of the Enochian Keys to open the Gates for the Old Ones and bring about the Apocalypse”! That insane back cover alone is worth having the book for! 😛

    Since Tyson’s book has been summarily ignored (except by followers of Llewellyn’s latest “New Age religion”), I wonder just how many people realize just what he managed to sneak in among the fiction.

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