Peace & Blessings,

2010 was certainly an interesting year, as we seen an  increase of Initiates coming into their own. we also saw the release of  The Atlantean Necronomicon, an innovative work that reveals a history of qliphotic deities, which has long been forgotten in the halls of history. Over the past years, we have worked hard to provide the Initiate and the newcomer with valuable information regarding our Tradition and rare initiation. We are now taking a new approach in aligning, both the Lovecraftian and Simon Necronomicon Traditions in a philosophical work that is practical for people from all walks of life and different spiritual backgrounds. Warlock Asylum calls it “his masterpiece.” let us then celebrate this new era in the Necronomicon Tradition and Lovecraftian scholarship by introducing:

The Dark Knight of Nyarlathotep

Ironically, Warlock Asylum mentioned to me that this work was inspired by the likes of Dan Harms and the writings of Jason King. This is definitely a new approach to the underlining meaning of the Lovecraftian and Necronomicon Mysteries respectively.

Additionally, Necronomicon Adept Ben Nixx adds a very insightful introduction to the work. We look forward to hearing how this classic work resonates with you in your experience

Simon Magus

2 thoughts on “Warlock Asylum Releases His Masterpiece: The Dark Knight of Nyarlathotep

  1. Sortilèges says:

    Greetings, I would like to know if you have taken into account the work of the modern Mardukite movement led by Joshua Free for your book?

    What is your opinion, if any, on such movement?

    Thanks and blessings!

    1. warlockasylum says:

      The Dark Knight of Nyarlathotep is a mystical book. It’s not about doing some research and making a oomparative thesis on magic and religion. It speaks directly to the heart and for this reason it stands apart from the work presented here, or in the Atlantean Necronomicon. I’ve spoken to Mr. Free via email over the past few years. My opinion of his work? He is writing from a perspective where the reader has to draw their own conclusion. In other words, it’s a very scholarly work. this is the vibe that I get from his works, not so much as someone who is initiated into the Necronomicon Current via the seven gates, but one who has worked with several aspects of the tome, and Lovecraftian Mysteries. His work has its place in the Tradition all the same. I would have to investigate more in all honesty

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