“The Power of Forgiveness is stronger than many things that are called divine, even gods and goddesses. Forgiveness means that one is free from restraint, free from compulsion, or the mechanical reactions of resentful enslavement.” – The Sacred Text of Ghost Dragon Kotodama
It is during the newborn phase of the “tradition” that a potential initiate tries to discover all what they can about the said Necronomicon Tradition. Naively, they will search out any “grimoire” […]
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 deeds that […]
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The Tengu are supernatural creatures of both Buddhist and Shinto lore, often taking the form of a bird-like creature, combined with some human characteristics. This has often led to much mystery and […]
Greetings! I would like to welcome everyone to the Simon Necronomicon Practitioner’s Journal. If this is your first time here, please review some of our previous articles and comment on such as you […]
Greetings! I would like to welcome everyone to The Simon Necronomicon Practitioner’s Info Page. If this is your first time here, please feel free to review some of our previous articles and […]