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A Meditation on the Simon Necronomicon and its Rituals and Gates, Being an Argument Against such Practices in 5 Parts by Andrew Pernick. It must first be stated that Simon was a product of his times and, thus, that his Necronomicon, oft mockingly called the 'Simonomicon', is also a product of said times. Simon was a member of the inner sanctum of the Magickal Chylde store in downtown Manhattan, one of the principal centers of metaphysical thought and magickal research during the 1970s-early 1980s. The other members of thein... More >>>
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A Meditation on the Simon Necronomicon and its Rituals and Gates, Being an Argument Against such Practices in 5 Parts by Andrew Pernick. It must first be stated that Simon was a product of his times and, thus, that his Necronomicon, oft mockingly called the 'Simonomicon', is also a product of said times. Simon was a member of the inner sanctum of the Magickal Chylde store in downtown Manhattan, one of the principal centers of metaphysical thought and magickal research during the 1970s-early 1980s. The other members of the

inner sanctum were known for throwing rather outlandish parties, involving the imbibing of large quantities of liquor and the ingesting of hallucinogenic substances, as well as the use of other such mechanisms for altering one's state of consciousness via chemical means.