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February 3rd, 2020: The Atlantean Necronomicon by Warlock Asylum Celebrates Its 10th Anniversary!

Ever since its publication on February 3rd, 2010, The Atlantean Necronomicon: Veils of Negative Existence remains one of Warlock Asylum’s most popular texts. The book was published during the golden era of the Necronomicon Tradition and had a huge impact on the world of western occultism and Ancient Mesopotamian spirituality. Grim Reviews secured the legitimacy of the text’s value in an article entitled Three Real Necronomicon Spell Books.

The original release date of the book was on January 29th, 2010 under Lulu publishing and February 3rd, 2010 by Amazon. The latter date is often cited as the text’s date of release, due to complications with Lulu publishing. The Atlantean Necronomicon has undergone several changes since its release, which has made the 1st edition a collector’s item. For example, the first edition of the Atlantean Necronomicon with the following cover is valued at $250.00 to $500.00:

Surprisingly, despite the dramatic inflation in price due to its rarity, this same version of the Atlantean Necronomicon faced the critique of Lousy Book Covers on June 26th, 2012.  It was due to this review that the cover was changed to a version that only was in print for three days. This version is now valued up to $4000.00, as it was only in print for less than a week:



The succeeding version of the Atlantean Necronomicon, though still within the confines of the first edition is probably the most popular cover of the book:



Upon the arrival of the second edition of the Atlantean Necronomicon, another cover change occurred, primarily due to image rights:



The second edition of the Atlantean Necronomicon also did not contain the same appendix section and some of the supplementary material that was in the original text. This information will be released later this year along with new information regarding Ancient Mesopotamia and the Necronomicon Tradition.
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