Vegetarianism Versus The Blood Type Diet? A New Dilemma In Health Consciousness


Lifelong friend, April Myers, had been a vegetarian for over twenty-years, but suffered from quite a few chronic illnesses during this time. She tried to maintain her health in the […]

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Are Crows Smarter Than Americans? The Answer May Change Our Understanding of Why Halloween is Celebrated Before Election Day!


Have you ever wondered why Election Day follows Halloween? We call them kissing cousins because the two holidays are so close together. It’s almost like creating a Reality TV show […]

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It’s Offical: The Clinton-Trump Debate Was Fixed!


It’s the year 2016 and voting for a Democratic or Republican candidate is like asking for the person who robbed your house to go pay your rent! Nevertheless, pro-wrestling on […]

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Can A 3,000 Year-Old Sumerian Myth About Police Brutality Provide An Answer For America’s Problem Today?


Being a participant of the Generation X upbringing, I remember a time, not long ago, when American children fantasized about becoming a police officer and enacting many of the heroic […]

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If America Was President: The Simon Necronomicon Story Is Now On Dailymotion


Greetings! I would like to welcome everyone to the Papers in the Attic blog page. If this is your first time visiting us, we suggest that you review some of our […]

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Special Announcement: The Necronomicon Tradition is Now An Official Legalized Religion!


The Necronomicon Tradition is now a legal religion under the banner of the Ninzuwu Shinto Monastery, registered as a religious non-profit in the State of New York (Please see: The […]

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Simon Necronomicon Practitioners Don’t Believe in the Cthulhu Mythos – Overcoming the Critics’ Misconceptions


I thought I would share a few thoughts on one of the biggest misconceptions promoted by critics of Necronomicon Spirituality. Hopefully, this discussion will help clear the air as far […]

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