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Well we are about to approach the dawn of another spectacular event in the history of the Necronomicon Tradition, the translation of the Dup Shimati, the Sumerian Tablets of Destiny. This ancient translation is now available on Amazon. Before the release of this landmark manuscript, I thought it would be good to review a few points.
From my work with the text so far, I must caution the reader that this is not an experimental text. It is a stellar energy, somewhat beyond the term primordial, but it is a clean energy useful for self-transformation. If one chooses to attempt the initiatory rites contained in the Ivory Tablets of the Crow, follow the methods as close as possible.
The translation of the Sumerian Tablets of Destiny, known to the prehistoric Mesopotamia culture as The Ivory Tablets of the Crow, seems to suggest that the gods of the Sumerians were more than likely the founders of an ancient Native American culture as well.
After briefly working with the text, I found many similar principles in the prehistoric Mesopotamian culture that are also preserved in Native American culture, especially in terms of the crow symbolism and how it is perceived.
It seems that there are now gates within gates in regards to the Necronomicon Tradition. Some have found solitude working with The Oracle of Enheduanna. Others have laid exclusively to the rites found in the Urilia Text. Some are content in just self-initiation and the calling of the Elder Gods. This too, may develop into a path all of its own, that can be pursued by those with our Tradition and outside of it.
So far, after employing some of the preliminary methods of the Tablets, I can say that it is a strong current and very “otherworldly.” It is something that must be studied by the lifetime! Below is a link where this priceless manuscript can be purchased: