Warlock Asylum (The Dark Knight) & Dan Harms (Captain America) Agree On Some Aspects of the Necronomicon Tradition

 Greetings! Lovecraftian scholar, Dan Harms, recently posted up some information that Initiates in the Necronomicon Tradition might find useful. In his recent post, entitled The Maqlu Text, Harms states the following:

“..a University of Toronto lecture by Tzvi Abusch regarding the authentic Maqlu text, on which parts of Simon’s Necronomicon are based,..”

Is Harms starting to realize that maybe there might be something unique about the Necronomicon Tradition? I doubt if we will ever know, but he does give some useful information that we may begin launching a series based on the Maqlu Tablets.

Of course, Harms’ perspective is not a new one, as there is a big difference between the DC and Marvel universes, so it is with the Necronomicon Tradition. Interestingly, I found another essay on the Maqlu tablets, while trying to debunk the Simon Necronomicon again. it is entitled, Criticism of the Necronomicon. So i think it would be useful for us to step into a subject that we have never discussed on this page-The Maklu Text. We will keep you posted.

Warlock Asylum

2 thoughts on “The Dan Harms Machine Gives A Nod To The Simon Necronomicon

  1. nightcaller says:

    With the help of a book written by R.Campbell Thompson, Devils and Evil Spirits of Babylonia, I was able to translate parts of the Maklu Text. These are, A Conjuration against the Seven Liers-In-Wait, Incantation against the Ancient Ones, The Exorcism ZI DINGIR and The Exorcism BARRA EDINNAZU. Though some lines of these verses differ from the ones in the Necronomicon, it is a great book with lots of incantations. My regards, Nightcaller.

    1. warlockasylum says:

      Excellent work. I admire your efforts as your research works also in validating the Simon Necronomicon as a system that is relative to ancient Mesopotamian spirituality. Stay Blessed

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