An Eye For Detail

An Eye For Detail

Greetings! I would like to welcome everyone to the Papers in the Attic blog page. If this is your first time visiting us, please take this opportunity to review some of our previous articles and share some of your experiences and thoughts by posting a comment. Have a blessed day! The Mad Arab imparts us … Continue reading

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The Birth of an Ancient One

Greetings dear Brothers and Sisters, Today we will tell a cautionary tale, about a magician who nearly lost his life during his quest for enlightenment. The story will illustrate the danger of breaking the Covenant and should serve as a warning to those who hunger for power, or who seek to carelessly dabble in the … Continue reading

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The Meaning of the Term: “IA ZIXUL”

The Meaning of the Term: “IA ZIXUL”

Dear Brothers and Sisters, Today it came to my attention that someone had searched the blog for the term: “IA ZIXUL.” This sparked my interest and I decided to give a translation of the term. The term can be found on page 185 of the Simon Necronomicon, in the Incantation of the Ancient One. The … Continue reading

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Dumu Abzu-a’s Library – A Sumerian Love Poem

Dumu Abzu-a’s Library – A Sumerian Love Poem

Greetings! I would like to welcome everyone to the Papers In The Attic Blog Page. A resource for Initiates of the The Asharu (Necronomicon) Tradition. If this is your first time here, please feel free to browse through some of our previous articles located in the menu that appears on the right side of this … Continue reading

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The Caress of Inanna – Touched by a Moonbeam

The Caress of Inanna – Touched by a Moonbeam

Greetings! I would like to welcome everyone to the Papers In The Attic Blog Page. A resource for Initiates of the The Asharu (Necronomicon) Tradition. If this is your first time here, please feel free to browse through some of our previous articles located in the menu that appears on the right side of this … Continue reading

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The Fifty Names of DinGir Marduk

The Fifty Names of DinGir Marduk

Honored Brothers and Sisters, once again my research has presented me with a problem… The particular issue I am refering to caught my attention in my early Workings and is concerned with certain differences between the material that is present in the Book of the Fifty Names and that which can be found in the … Continue reading

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Erech, Adueni, and the Cult of the Dead

Erech, Adueni, and the Cult of the Dead

“O Great Inanna! Thou art the Lady of Ladies, the Goddess of Goddesses!” “O Mighty Ishtar, Queen of all peoples, exalted is thy Name!” “O Beautiful Irnini, Mistress of the Gods, thou art raised on high!” “O valiant Daughter of the Moon-God!” “Where art thou not great?” “Where art thou not exalted?” “Where is thy … Continue reading

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Ishtar’s Placement in the Cult of the Dead

Ishtar’s Placement in the Cult of the Dead

We have made another thrilling discovery! It will verify that the Cult of the Dead was well known in ancient Sumer and Babylonia, and therefore it will confirm the authenticity of a certain part of the Simon Necronomicon. It will also allow us to translate a famous passage from English to Sumerian, and it will … Continue reading

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A Blessing from Ishtar – Astral Intercourse

A Blessing from Ishtar – Astral Intercourse

Welcome to another one of my personal experiences! In a previous post I told the reader about an astral visit from Warlock Asylum. It had been a strange and interesting experience, and because of it I began searching for ways that would allow me to enter the astral world. Since my  involvement in the occult … Continue reading

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The Origins of the Conjuration of the Fire God

The Origins of the Conjuration of the Fire God

The importance of the Fire God should not be underestimated. It is great Gibil who protects the Magician from his evil enemies. The great Fire God consumes the evil powers which seek to do harm to the Magician, and He is greatly feared by Demon and God alike. He is the most terrible opponent of those … Continue reading

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The Raising of the Hand – A Prayer to Ishtar

The Raising of the Hand – A Prayer to Ishtar

Worshippers of Inanna, rejoice! For I, her humble servant and devout worshipper, will present thee with a prayer that will fill thy hearts with powerful emotions, and will fill thy ears with the beautiful sounds of a Babylonian masterpiece. This text, which is in a perfect state of preservation, clearly illustrates the magnificence of the … Continue reading

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The Translation of the Magan Text – Part 1

The Translation of the Magan Text – Part 1

This is the First Part of the Magan Text which speaks of the battle between Marduk and Tiamat. This part is based on the tablets of the Enuma Elish which consists of the Seven Tablets of Creation. The translations you will find in this article were done by L.W. King and can be found in the … Continue reading

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Discovering the Simon’s Necronomicon Authenticity Part 3

In these articles we will examine the similarities between the incantations and exorcisms that are found in the Simon Necronomicon and the texts that are found on the original cuneiform tablets. Translations of these ancient tablets, which were found on numerous archeological excavations, can be found in various books. I used the book, Devils and Evil Spirits … Continue reading

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KUTULU Is Proper Historical Sumerian Syntax

Greetings! I would like to welcome everyone to the Papers in the Attic blog page. If this is your first time visiting us, please take this opportunity to review some our previous articles and share your experiences and thoughts by posting a comment.  Have a beautiful and productive day! It’s quite unfortunate that in the … Continue reading

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