Asharu Tradition

Special Announcement: The Honored Brother Etluzini Joins the Papers in the Attic Team

Dear Brothers and Sisters,

We are happy and proud to announce the arrival of an interesting individual who will be joining our team of writers that works for the Papers in the Attic blogpage. To us he is already well known, as he has quite a reputation when it comes to matters regarding the old ways. But for those who are not yet familiar with the work and character of this modern day priest let us reveal some interesting facts about this Brother.

He was born under the number 777 as a great great grandson of the famous Sitting Bull, who was a Hunkpapa Lakota Sioux holy man, and a great tribal chief (blessed be his name!). Our new member is a born and raised shaman, a healer and herbalist, a master of the Qabalah, a well known exorcist, and a high priest of the covenant of Babylon which was founded in 1992 and which currently has three temples, in Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, and Knox. He is also well versed in the translation of cuneiform script.

He goes by the name of Etluzini, and a preview of his work can be found on his personal blog which can be accessed by clicking on the following link:

http://covenantofbabylon.wordpress.com/

Please be all so kind to extend your greetings and blessings to Brother Etluzini, for he is a valuable member and a well respected Brother, who more than deserves his place among us.

Thank you for joining Brother!

We are happy and proud to have you, and we are already looking forward to your writings and insights!

May the DinGir smile on you, my Brother!

Our warmest regards,

Dumu Abzu-a. (And all other members of our team)

Advertisements

Categories: Asharu Tradition

6 replies »

  1. hey Dan…How are you? Wow! a lot of interesting things since we last met up…hopw your well…i think it would be a good time to apply asuch a suggestion since our point of focus is no longer the Simon Necronomicon, but will send you an email..have a great day!

    Like

  2. Congratulations with the honor, Etluzini. From what I’ve seen of your comments, I really look forward to your contribution. I hope you’ll enjoy it all 😀

    Like

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s