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Necronomicon and Necromancy Books Catalog

Necronomicon and Necromancy Books Catalog
On this page you can see content of all Necromancy and Necronomicon books (21 total) in one zip archive.

Necromancy or nigromancy is a form of magic involving communication with the deceased - either by summoning their spirit as an apparition or raising them bodily - for the purpose of divination, imparting the means to foretell future events or discover hidden knowledge, or to use the deceased as a weapon, as the term may sometimes be used in a more general sense to refer to black magic or witchcraft.

The word 'necromancy' is adapted from Late Latin necromantia, itself borrowed from post-Classical Greek nekromanteia, a compound of Ancient Greek nekros, 'dead body', and manteia', 'prophecy or divination'; this compound form was first used by Origen of Alexandria in the 3rd century BC. The Classical Greek term was (nekyia), from the episode of the Odyssey in which Odysseus visits the realm of the dead in Hellenistic Greek, rendered as necromantia in Latin, and as necromancy in 17th-century English.

The Necronomicon originated as a fictional book in the works of H.P. Lovecraft, and grew into an extended literary in-joke as other horror writers organically added to the Cthulhu mythos. According to Lovecraft, it was written by Abdul Alhazred, 'a mad Arab poet of the Yemen', in 950 A.D. in Damascus. In many of the stories written by Lovecraft and his successors, merely reading or possessing the Necronomicon leads to insanity ...or worse.

As the obsession with the Necronomicon grew over the years, a number of books emerged to fill the demand, most notably the Simon Necronomicon. This purports to be a Sumerian grimoire, translated from a Greek manuscript of shady provenance. Simon has recently published a fascinating account of the publication of his Necronomicon, Dead Names. The Chaosium Necronomicon is an anthology of fiction about the Necronomicon and several fictional Necronomicons, including a lovingly crafted pastiche by the late science fiction writer Lin Carter. A recent entry is Donald Tyson's Necronomicon, which is firmly rooted in Lovecraft's universe. Less satisfying is Al Azif, which is simply a couple of hundred pages of illegible script in an unknown language..
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    Catalog Books List (21 books):

    The Complete Simon Necronomicon by SimonThe Simon Necronomicon is a grimoire which some consider the best-known version of the fictional Necronomicon. Its authorship is unknown, but Peter Levenda is a widely cited possibility. The title is often simplified to The Simonomicon.It is called the "Simon Necronomicon" because it is introduced... more
    The Necronomicon Spellbook by SimonThe mighty powers invoked by this eldritch tome are really long-forgotten psychic abilities, able to affect the most basic needs and desires, including Love, Wealth, Peace of Mind, and Protection Agains Enemies. But now comes a guide that enables anyone to pick up the book and use its ineluctable... more
    The Necronomicon by Aleister CrowleyDedication On the One Hundredth anniversary of the Nativity of the Poet ALEISTER CROWLEY 1875-1975 Ad Meiomrum Cthulhi Gloriam. THE PRESENT MANUSCRIPT was delivered into the hands of the Editor by a priest who had managed to get ordained through uncanonical methods which have been entertainingly... more
    Al Azif The Cipher Manuscript Known As Necronomicon by Abdul AlhazredThis etext version of the book, Al Azif has been entered into Hypertext by Ken Ottinger over the course of some few months. This project was completely funded by the Universal Life Trust.The reason for the project was the realization that so many people were fascinated by H.P. Lovecraft and the... more
    The Egyptian Book Of The Dead by EA Wallis Budge"The Egyptian Book of Dead"--the Ancient Egyptian title is 'rw nw prt m hrw' , roughly translated as "Spells of Going Forth by Day" -- was written by the ancient Egyptians as a sort of guide to help newly deceased souls as they crossed over into the afterlife. It was usually written on a papyrus... more
    Necronomicon by Al AzifAl Azif - The Cipher Manuscript known as "Necronomicon" Al Azif Ye Book of Ye Arab, Abdul Alhazred, 730 at Damascus. A grimoire, or textbook of black magic for evoking demons, supposedly compiled by the "mad Arab Abdul Alhazred," but in fact an invention of H. P. Lovecraft, early twentieth-century... more
    Necronomicon Scanned Vesrion by John DeeScience fiction writer L. Sprague de Camp (who published a biography of Lovecraft in 1975) is said to have acquired an Arabic manuscript from Baghdad titled Al Azif. The British occultist Robert Turner, after researching in the British Museum Library, claimed that the Alkindi work was known to the... more
    Necronomicon by John DeeIn his history of the Necronomicon, Lovecraft adds that it was translated into English by Dr. John Dee. This manuscript was never published and survives only in rare and often incomplete copies. The fabulous Necronomicon (in freehand copies of the vernacular Dee translation) features in a number of... more
    Necromancy by Alan WrightOr divination by means of the spirits of the dead, from the Greek work "nekos', dead and 'manteria', divination. It is through its Italian form nigromancia that it came to be known as the "Black Art". With the Greeks it originally signified the descent into Hades in order to consult the dead... more
    Simon Necronomicon Amulet Of Protection by AnonymousAn this is the amulet that I held in my hand, and hold to this very day, around my neck as I write these words. Of the three carved symbols, the first is the sign of our Race from beyond the Stars, and is called ARRA in the tongue of the Scribe who taught it to me, an emissary of the Elder Ones. In... more
    Necronomicon In German by Howard Phillips LovecraftNecronomicon - First mentioned in Lovecraft's 1924 short story "The Hound", written in 1922, though its purported author, the "Mad Arab" Abdul Alhazred, had been quoted a year earlier in Lovecraft's "The Nameless City". Among other things, the work contains an account of the Old Ones, their... more
    The Rlyeh Text Hidden Leaves From The Necronomicon by AnonymousThere's plenty of transcriptions of Liber Logaeth out there, but none of it's seque - "l The R'Lyeh Text". For this reason I have decided to upload my own transcription of the text, researched, transcribed and annotated by Robert Turner. The text below has been checked and any apparent mistakes or... more
    Necronomicon Wilson Hay Turner Langford Version by Abdul AlhazredIn an introduction to this publication, Wilson suggested that Lovecraft's invention may have had some substance in fact, perhaps revealed through Lovecraft's subconscious mind. Wilson told a story as fabulous as that of the origin of the Golden Dawn cipher manuscript. Wilson's story concerned a Dr.... more
    The Necronomicon Testimony of the Mad Arab by AnonymousTHIS is the testimony of all that I have seen, and all that I have learned, in those years that I have possessed the Three Seals of MASSHU. I have seen One Thousand-and-One moons, and surely this is enough for the span of a man's life, though it is said the Prophets lived much longer. I am weak,... more
    A Meditation On The Simon Necronomicon by Andrew PernickA 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... more
    History Of The Necronomicon by Howard Phillips LovecraftIn 1927, Lovecraft wrote a brief pseudo-history of the Necronomicon that was published in 1938, after his death, as A History of The Necronomicon. This work allowed subsequent fiction writers to remain consistent with Lovecraft's treatment of the Necronomicon. According to this account, the book... more
    The Necronomicon Mythos According To Lovecraft by Parker RyanThis section is a short summary of some of horror writer H.P. Lovecraft's major ideas relating to the Necronomicon and its associated Myths. The Necronomicon is perhaps the most infamous book related to the magick (whether real or fictional). Please note that I am not claiming that the information... more
    Necromemecon The Book of Dead Memes by Prophet Milosh of ZeeNecromemecon the Book of Dead Memes as compiled by Prophet Milosh of Zee, from the Great Necromemecon of Infekshun and sayings of Wise

    Zees, in year of Chaos, and in which the Spirit of The Zee resides.
    Mundo Desconocido El Necronomicon In Spanish by Al AzifEl Necronomicon, el Libro de los Nombres Muertos, les presentamos este audioprograma en el que entrevistamos a Javier, un experto en este siniestro documento que nos hablara sobre el contenido y sus paralelismos contemporaneos asi como otras enigmaticas cuestiones que rodean a este oscuro... more
    Necronomicon Information And Research Guide by Parker RyanThis is a revised and expanded version of my Necronomicon Information post. My first post, written off the top of my head (I didn't have any of my books with me), contained a few small errors. I have corrected all the errors I could find in it, but I can't guarantee thisversion is... more
    Historia Del Necronomicon In Spanish by Howard Phillips LovecraftEste texto digital es de caracter didactico y solo puede ser utilizado dentro del nucleo familiar, en establecimientos educacionales, de beneficencia u otras instituciones similares, y siempre que esta utilizacion se efectue sin animo de lucro. Cualquier otra utilizacion de este texto digital para... more