Necronomicon: The Wanderings of Alhazred

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Llewellyn Worldwide, 2004 - Religion - 269 pages
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Anyone familiar with H. P. Lovecraft's work knows of the Necronomicon, the black magic grimoire he invented as a literary prop in his classic horror stories. There have been several attempts at creating this text, yet none stand up to Lovecraft's own descriptions of the Necronomicon . . . until now. Fans of Lovecraftian magic and occult fiction will delight in Donald Tyson's Necronomicon, based purely within Lovecraft's own fictional universe, the Cthulhu Mythos.

This grimoire traces the wanderings of Abdul Alhazred, a necromancer of Yemen, on his search for arcane wisdom and magic. Alhazred's magical adventures lead him to the Arabian desert, the lost city of Irem, ruins of Babylon, lands of the Old Ones, and Damascus, where he encounters a variety of strange creatures and accrues necromantic secrets.
 

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Necronomicon: the wanderings of Alhazred

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Purporting to be the journals of Abdul Alhazred, an eighth-century seeker of forbidden knowledge, this work of fiction attempts to re-create the notorious Necronomicon featured in H.P. Lovecraft's ... Read full review

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A good book. It makes you look at the universe in a different way. Not nearly as good as the previous Necronomicon but still worth the read for anyone interested in religion and the occult.

Contents

Howlings in the Desert
3
Lustful Demons and Angry Demons
13
ManyTowered Irem Its Wonders and Pitfalls
21
The Lost City Beneath Irem
29
The First Portal Leading to the Plateau of Leng
37
The Third Portal Leading to Sunken Rlyeh
45
The Fifth Portal Leading to Atlantis
55
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Donald Tyson(Nova Scotia, Canada) is an occult scholar and the author of the popular, critically acclaimed Necronomicon series. He has written more than a dozen books on Western esoteric traditions. Visit him online at DonaldTyson.com.

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