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post Jul 9 2010, 12:42 PM
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"Nearly 500 pages compose the Necronomicon Anunnaki Bible – and many are often curious as to what is actually contained within – whether or not they are already familiar with the famous Simon work or the fantasy horror stories of H.P. Lovecraft. The work is quite simply a masterpiece of Mesopotamian mysticism, spirituality and religion – the same traditions and source materials that have become the basis for the modern systems of the world, in its many guises. A monstrous catalogue of information, tablet transliterations, historical research, spiritual and mystical experimentation – and much more can be found within, sure to assist the Seeker – YOU – at whatever progress of whatever path being walked… for they all have one source and one destination, but the self-honest examination of such – the living of such free of false conditioning and glamour – has too often blinded even those who have hailed “enlightenment.”

A grand symphony of correlated materials graces the pages of the Necronomicon Anunnaki Bible – Sumerian, Babylonian, Egyptian, Akkadian, Assyrian, Yezidic, Zoroastrian and more – the heart and origins of human civilization laid out for the Seeker to see – undefiled. The lore of the Anunnaki, ancient sky gods, Igigi-Watchers, rising and falling pantheons, divine and mortal politics – all of this clash as one to given evidence and support to the most ancient systems on the planet. These systems later served as the basis for the religious movements on earth as well as the spiritual, mystical, magickal, occult, meditational, philosophical and scientific modes of thought ingrained on the psyche today."

been looking at this site recently and its very interesting with alot of info, im gonna order one of there books soon, the site is http://www.necrogate.com/wp/necronomicon-anunnaki-bible-what-is-it.html
I wonder if anyone from necrogate has ever posted here? anyway take care.

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post Jul 9 2010, 02:11 PM
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This sounds interesting, but I'm slightly confused. This is Lovecraft stuff, right? How much of it is Lovecraft, and how much of it is Mesopotamian mythos?

As much as I love octopi-death-doom-horror gods, I think that I'm slightly confused. Where does the line begin and end. Is this a Lovecraft-annotated version of it or something? Because it sounds like its Edith Hamilton serving up Cybele mystery cults (as much as I adore her.)

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post Jul 9 2010, 07:38 PM
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QUOTE(kaboom13 @ Jul 9 2010, 03:11 PM) *

This sounds interesting, but I'm slightly confused. This is Lovecraft stuff, right? How much of it is Lovecraft, and how much of it is Mesopotamian mythos?

As much as I love octopi-death-doom-horror gods, I think that I'm slightly confused. Where does the line begin and end. Is this a Lovecraft-annotated version of it or something? Because it sounds like its Edith Hamilton serving up Cybele mystery cults (as much as I adore her.)

A popular interpretation of Lovecraft, most notably espoused in the Simon Necronomicon, is that Lovecraft's work references ancient Sumerian concepts.


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post Aug 22 2010, 10:32 PM
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QUOTE(kaboom13 @ Jul 9 2010, 04:11 PM) *

This sounds interesting, but I'm slightly confused. This is Lovecraft stuff, right? How much of it is Lovecraft, and how much of it is Mesopotamian mythos?

As much as I love octopi-death-doom-horror gods, I think that I'm slightly confused. Where does the line begin and end. Is this a Lovecraft-annotated version of it or something? Because it sounds like its Edith Hamilton serving up Cybele mystery cults (as much as I adore her.)


im not to sure i havent read the book yet, i would like to check it out but i cant afford it atm i will just check some of these peoples videos on youtube for now (IMG:style_emoticons/default/biggrin.gif)

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post Aug 23 2010, 02:22 AM
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I'll order a copy in a couple of days, if only to have another viewpoint on my shelf. But, it sounds to me like the author is using popularized terms to sell obscure material. Not a great deal is known about sumerian magical practice historically, although a lot can be inferred through what we know of surrounding cultures with more historic integrity - we know much of what we know about summerian culture through akkadian and babylonian sources. Sounds to me like these books - there are several, apparently centered on this 'mardukite' concept - are more like catalogs of ancient near-eastern mystical cosmogony and thought. Lovecraft did not invent sumer, or their gods. He might have invented the stories of their so called 'ancient ones', the dead and dreaming gods, but these concepts did exist - from ktulu to tiamat - before lovecraft.

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post Aug 23 2010, 01:40 PM
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QUOTE(Vagrant Dreamer @ Aug 23 2010, 03:22 AM) *

using popularized terms to sell obscure material

Can't blame 'em. Seems to work for Microsoft well


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