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 […]
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 […]
Over the past the past few decades, educators in the field of ancient Mesopotamian histories remain baffled about the meaning of the Sumerian Kings List. Haicheng Wang, in Writing and the Ancient […]
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 Mad Arab’s Use of the “Prayer To Every God” Helps Scholars Answer Questions in Regards to Its Use
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