“The Elder Gods evidently possessed a certain Wisdom that was not held by their Parents, yet their Parents held the Power, the Primal Strength, the First Magick, that the Elder Ones tapped to their own advantage, for they were begotten of Her.” – The Necronomicon by Simon
Did The Ancient Chaldean Priests Use Methods of Ceremonial Magick Similar To The Simon Necronomicon?
Practitioners of the Simon Necronomicon often get ridiculed for invoking ancient Chaldean deities in a ceremonial manner. It is due to such criticism that the question now arises as to what place […]
The Babylonian deity Ishtar is popularly revered by modern-day Necronomicon Alchemists. She is aptly invoked in the rites of Gate-Walking and other ritual workings that appear in the Simon Necronomicon. Din.Gir Ishtar […]
One deity that practitioners of the Necronomicon Gnosis and Mesopotamian mysticism may want to employ in their esoteric work is Mul-ge. Though not mentioned in the Simon tome, and rarely seen in […]
“In 1613 its description was faithfully reproduced. In 1621 the word “Indian” was substituted for “Moorish;” with this single alteration the original text was again transcribed in 1730.” Albert Samuel Gatschet (1888)
Sexual Preference & Worshipping At The Temple of Ishtar: What Affect Does It Have On Simon Necronomicon Spirituality?
If you think office discussions about politics and race lead to debate, then you have not engaged in any public sexual talk in a long time. First, I’m going to say these […]