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The Dan Harms Story: A New Direction In Digital-Theatre

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I am happy to announce a new direction in our digital-theatre series. Now that we have covered various occult personalities in one film, as depicted in Warriors of the Necronomicon Tradition, we are now focusing on the hidden talents of each individual surrounding the Tradition.

Readers will be happy to know that The Dan Harms Story is now available on YouTube. The description of this episode is as follows:

“Producer of the Warriors of the Necronomicon Tradition series, Warlock Asylum, presents a new digital-theatre presentation, focusing on real-life personalities that surround the modern occult experience.”

 

Is The Simon Necronomicon The Object Of A New Witchhunt?

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May 19, 2013 at 10:20 pm

Warriors of the Necronoicon Tradition Part 7: A Gate of Arzir (The Conclusion) -Is Now Available on Youtube!

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Well, it has been quite a long journey from beginning to end. I am remind of the words in the Magan Text:

“For what is new
Came from that which is old
And what is old
Shall replace that which is new
And once again the Ancient Ones
Shall rule upon the face of the Earth!”

Over the past few months we have had the delightful experience in sharing some of the hidden workings, the experiences of practitioners of the Simon Necronomicon by several digital-theatre presentations. We are happy to announce our final episode entitled, Warriors of the Necronomicon Tradition Part 7: A Gate of Arzir.

This is the seventh and final episode of this classic, yet legendary experience. some may find it useful t o watch all seven episodes from start to finish to see what can be gathered from such an experience. We would like to that each and every one of you for the support you have given, by sharing your comments and thoughts with us. Below is a link to the final episode. Stay blessed:

Warriors of the Necronomicon Tradition Part 6: Our Years Are Years Of War-is Now Available On YouTube!

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I am happy to announce that our sixth digital theatre presentation is now available for viewing on YouTube. This is part two of The war of Etluzini episode. Enjoy and please share your thoughts on YouTube. Thank you and have a great day!

Warriors of the Necronomicon Tradition Part 5: The War of Etluzini-Is Now On YouTube!

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It is with wonderful delight that Warriors of the Necronomicon Tradition Part 5: The War of Etluzini; is now available on YouTube. Our regular subscribers may notice that this video is shorter in length than the previous episodes. We apologize in the regard, as the company GoAnimate, has a bit of difficulty in sponsoring longer versions. In order to compensate for such, The War of Etluzini episode will consist of two parts. Part two of this episode will be posted up shortly.

I hope you find this digital-theatre presentation entertaining and enlightening. We send each and every one of you, are deepest blessings!

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May 6, 2013 at 10:31 am

Ivory Tablets of the Crow: A Translation of the Sumerian Tablets of Destiny Is Now Available on Amazon!

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Another landmarkevent in the history of the Necronomicon Tradition and Sumerian studies alike.

Another landmark event in the history of the Necronomicon Tradition and Sumerian studies alike.

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:

http://www.amazon.com/Ivory-Tablets-Crow-Translation-Shimati/dp/1484812875/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1367175814&sr=1-1

Stay Blessed!

Incantation of the “Temple Not Exorcised”

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Dear Brothers and Sisters,

A few years ago I wrote a post concerning the small exorcism which is known as ENU SHUB. The post contained a translation of this exorcism, which unfortunately was incomplete, due to damage to the small tablet which had long been in possession of Father Scheil. Recently, however, an excellent discovery was made by Brother Amadi, that revealed an even better  version, and translation, of the exorcism ENU SHUB, which undoubtedly had served as Simon’s main source of material.
The source is mentioned in the Necronomicon’s bibliography & suggested reading list, under the title: “Recueil de Travaux Relatifs a la Philologie et a L’archeologie Egyptiennes et Assyriennes, Vol. XXVIII. Liv. 3 et 4“. On page 216 of this interesting work we find not only the transliteration and translation of the ENU SHUB incantation, but we are also given the text in cuneiform.

We can see, however, that Simon used only a part of this incantation (for obvious reasons), which is known as: “An Early Chaldean Incantation of the “Temple Not Exorcised“, the full version of which here follows:

é-nu-šub
am gig absu
kiš é-gig-ga
GAR šag da si-si-e amar-a-da-a
dingir UD kalama si-ni-ku
dingir NINAB gù-ù-ne-xr-ra-ni-ku
gà-a  šu  šag-mu-ku
tu en é-nu-šub
mun gab sig.
inim-inima mun-šu-a-tum da kam.

The translation reads as follows:

“O house not exorcised,
o black bull of the deep,
o universal house of darkness!
This bread offering, filling the heart with strength, with this sick young one
before his Sungod who fills the land with plenty,
and before his goddess NINAB who pronounces the benediction
placed, unto the granting of my petition
let it redound!” – (Rubric:) The incantation of the “Temple not exorcised”:
with salt the solution of the magic spell procure!
The incantation is of the class named: Carrying salt in the hand.

All credit goes to Brother Amadi, as he was the one providing this excellent material.

Thanks Brother!

Dumu Abzu-a.

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