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 […]
Over 90% of the passages found in the Simon Necronomicon can be traced back to Ancient Mesopotamian texts. For quite some time, I was curious about a particular passage concerning Pazuzu in […]
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 […]
To Win the Love of a Woman: What Is The Origin of Apple Symbolism In Ancient Mesopotamia And Why Does It Change The Genesis Account?
What is the meaning of Ishtar’s apple in Babylonian symbolism? The answer to this question is one of historical importance, as it may reveal certain hidden meanings as to the events described […]
The attacks of 9/11 affected multiple layers of human society and placed a shroud of fear over America not known since its controversial beginnings. Perhaps fiction writer, H. P. Lovecraft, was correct […]
Back in 2013, Zuism became a recognized religion in Iceland. It is a belief-system that claims to promote the worship of ancient Sumerian deities. According to public sources, the name “Zuism” originates from the Sumerian […]