The Simon Necronomicon is a purported grimoire written by an unknown author, with an introduction by a man identified only as “Simon” a possible alias of. A History of Nazi Involvement with the Occult Peter Levenda. Rollins, Richard. ( Published in Spanish as “El Circulo Hermetico”). New York: Necronomicon. Simon (Abdul El Hazzared / Hazred)(H P Lovecraft related). Published by N.Y. / New York: Avon, , 1st Avon Edition, First Printing, New York, NY,
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Peter Levenda Goodreads Author. The Simon Necronomicon is a purported grimoire written by an unknown author, with an introduction by a man identified only as “Simon” a possible alias of Peter Levenda. Materials presented in the book are a blend of ancient Middle Eastern mythological elements, with allusions to the writings of H. Lovecraft and Aleister Crowley, woven together with a story about a man k The Simon Necronomicon is a purported grimoire written by an unknown author, with an introduction by a man identified only as “Simon” a possible alias of Peter Levenda.
Lovecraft and Aleister Crowley, woven together with a story about a man known as the “Mad Arab” itself derived from several stories by Lovecraft.
The book was originally released in by Schlangekraft, Inc. Levenda did acknowledge working on the book with Simon. Ian Punnett made a reference to interviewing “Simon” and mentioned similarities with Peter Levenda and asked Peter to “say hello to Simon for him, next time he saw him”, to which Peter laughed and said that he would.
Mass Market Paperbackpages. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about The Necronomiconplease sign up. See 1 question about The Necronomicon…. Lists with This Book. May 06, Forrest rated it it was ok.
Well, this was written. When I was a teenage wannabe Satanist, I shoplifted this and was very disappointed that this was all I got for my petty theft.
Hey, don’t judge – it seemed really appropriate at the time! I was bored before I even began. View all 17 comments. Mar 26, Gabriel rated it did not like it Shelves: Damn love spell didn’t work, fucking piece of shit book. View all 8 comments. Dec 29, nichole rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: Jan 03, Chris rated it did not like it. When you enroll in Pagan Worship at the local community college perhaps the only class I actually attended this promising-looking volume is thrust upon you and heralded as the True Testament of the gods.
It might be just as When you enroll in Pagan Worship at the local community college perhaps the only class I actually attended this promising-looking volume is thrust upon you and heralded as the True Testament of the gods.
Well, while facing and sorting the shelves one night while working at Waldenbooks in my teens, lo and behold I stumbled across this tome, the name of which is oft-whispered throughout the realms of geekdom.
So taken aback by this stunning discovery, I actually pulled my gaze from the exquisite derriere of an intriguing and relatively hot kinda-goth coworker named Amelia. What else could your typical, barely-sociable, angst-fueled teenager come across that could possibly be more nai than a scrumptious posterior: Fast forward about necronokicon years; the Necronomicon had sat on my bookshelf for about 5 years and 10 months of that time.
But that was the pitiful extent of its awesomeness. And at that point, one of my pals who was currently sporting a ridiculously huge mullet borrowed the ell, and it was gone for several years, during which time he managed to drop it while taking a bath.
But about 10 years after the initial purchase, the tome had returned. About the only thing you can garner from this preposterous crap is the ability to immediately recognize the poseur Necronimicon from the real deal. They sit silently behind you on the train, harboring a festering hatred of all mankind from growing up shunned due to their lisp and laze eye, they linger around an eerily long time in parking lots, and rent out Public Storage lockers where they ritualistically slay the unsuspecting and weak.
For these reasons, I officially converted to sun worship about a week after I first read the book; getting out of the realm of necronnomicon whack and back to some sensible religious roots.
View all 19 comments. Dec 20, Jon athan Nakapalau rated it liked it. Read this book as part of a class in criminal justice that dealt with Satanism and cult behavior. Seemed pretty confused to me – kind of borrowed from lots of sources and then threw everything in one bowl of ‘occult salad’ with lots of H. View all 4 comments. Jul 26, Nicholas Kaufmann rated it did not like it.
This book is baloney.
I can’t believe I wasted my money on it. I cast every spell in its pages and nothing– Wait. A clawlike hand at the window!
Sep 07, Adam added it. This book gets funnier every time I read it, and my horns are coming in nicely. Nov 27, Bailey Fernandez rated it really liked it Naxi I think a lot of people are approaching this book wrong.
It’s such an obvious homage to Lovecraft that I’m surprised that it’s even a question for anyone, let alone that people would get offended over it not being real. Now whether you like this is a completely different person. Considering that, this book was right up my alley. And the lack of definitive authorship helped immerse me in necronomion bizarre universe of Sumerian gods and forces beyond the comprehension of man quite nicely.
If you like Lovecraft’s fiction, you will probably really enjoy this. It really proves to be a nice companion read, and the way the mythology is put together is really artful and creative. If you’re looking to get revenge on your high school sweetheart, maybe see a therapist instead. Sep 07, Michael rated it did not like it Recommends it for: It was December and all that doomsday shit was in the air so some nutsac at the bar tells me “dude you gotta read this man.
What kind of sniveling dick drip can sit around and read this all bug eyed and fired up? This is for when you’re 13 years old and camping with some other dorks and your nai sittin around sniffing glue. Do not read this It was December and all that doomsday shit was in the air so some nutsac at the bar tells me “dude you gotta read this man. Do not read this!
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Please let me eleviate any curiousity you may have. Go outside, mowe the lawn, and then kick back with a cold beer and stare at the wall.
You’ll enjoy that more than this shit. Aug 22, Saskia rated it it was ok Shelves: Did not go insane.
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Aug 08, Monkey C rated it did not like it Shelves: Jul 28, Steve Cran added it. This is one of those books that is the subject of much discussion. Go to the book reviews of Amazon. Other people will tell you the book is hoax, a complete work of fiction. Necronomicon is actually mentioned in several of HP Lovecraft’s books with regards to the mythology of Ctulhu.
The book is only mentioned and contents are not really spilled out. According to the mythology This is one of those books that is the subject of much discussion. According to the mythology before man first walked the earth everything was Chaos and the Ancient ones ruled. The Ancient ones were headed by Tiamat, dragon Goddess of Sumeria. Her assistant was Kingu. An epic battle took place in which Enki blessed his son Marduk to go into battle against Tiamat and Kingu. Marduk was successful and he took the blood of Tiamat along with some clay and created the race of man.
Who blew into man his breath which gave man life. Tiamat was driven into slumber and the Ancient ones were driven behind the gate ever waiting their return. The Ancient ones hate the race of man. Yet walking on this planet are cults that worship the Ancient ones.
According to the introduction, Abdul Harazed, nicknamed the mad Arab is the person who collected the information and compiled the book. He advises against even reading it, let alone using it. One must be careful when calling on the Elder gods who necronnomicon now sleeping and in the event of emergency will have to be reminded of their commitment. The book was published by two other people besides Ed Simon. E, they suffered strange mishaps and one of them was dead yet somehow able to carry on his business.