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I was reading Gates of the Necronomicon by Simon and I found an interesting passage of the book, which states the following:
“..the Great Bear hangs from its tail in the sky at about midnight, and thus is an ideal time for the performance of Necronomicon-related mysteries. But, as this system is not zodiacally structured, there are no days more perfect than others, only times of the day more perfect than other times. The gate can be opened on any day: a solar eclipse occurring at a time when the Great bear hangs from its tail would be a particularly powerful time, as day is changed into night at a time when the Gate is open, and the stars are visible for a short period. During such a time, care must be taken to open and close the Gate before the end of the eclipse. A Gate left open after the eclipse is over is a Gate that cannot be closed until the next day at the same time…When evoking demons from the Necronomicon.”
The Mad Arab wrote the following in the Urilia Text:
“Though they dwell beyond the Gate, they may be summoned when MARDUK is not watchful, and sleeps, on those days when he has no power, when the Great Bear hangs from its tail, and on the four quarters of the year computed therefrom, and on the spaces between these Angles. On these days, the Mother TIAMAT is restless, the corpse KUTULU shakes beneath the Earth, and our Master ENKI is sore afraid.”
Interestingly, the term “Great Bear hanging from its tail” marks the appropriate time to call the DinGir as in the Book of Calling, as well as the forces of the Urilia Text. This is one of the keys in opening the Necronomicon mysteries.