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ABDUL ALHAZRED’S AL AZIF NECRONOMICON PART III

Posted in Art, Chaos Magic, Comics, Goetia Girls, Lucid Dreaming, Occultism, Sex Magic, Shamanism, Sorcery, Succubus, Surrealism, Tulpa Creation, Witchcraft with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on August 26, 2019 by FAUSTUS CROW

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Part three of the Al Azif Necronomicon covers an alternate version of H.P. Lovecraft’s short story, ‘Pickman’s Model.’

The story revolves around a Bostonian Artist named Richard Upton Pickman, which was written in September 1926.

‘Pickman’s Model’¬†was first published in the October 1927 issue of Weird Tales.

The story was later adapted for television in a 1971 episode of the Night Gallery anthology series.

The first part of the Al Azif Necronomicon is based upon H.P. Lovecraft’s own description and history about Abdul Alhazred’s book, which I have taken into the Twilight Zone.

As for Lovecraft’s character, Randolph Carter, I have based him upon the ‘Altered States’ of consciousness researchers, Dr John C. Lilly and Terrence McKenna.

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ABDUL ALHAZRED’S AL AZIF NECRONOMICON PART II

Posted in Alien, Art, Chaos Magic, Goetia Girls, Goth Girls, Horror, Science Fiction, Sex Magic, Shamanism, Succubus, Tulpa Creation, UFO, Vampire, Witchcraft with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on July 28, 2019 by FAUSTUS CROW

If you are interested in the Al Azif Necronomicon, part 2, which is being serialised as a fully illustrated underground comic book, it can be found on my Patreon page, Please Click Here.

The first part of the Al Azif Necronomicon is based upon H.P. Lovecraft’s own description and history about Abdul Alhazred’s book, which I have taken into the Twilight Zone.

As for Lovecraft’s character, Randolph Carter, I have based him upon the ‘Altered States’ of consciousness researchers, Dr John C. Lilly and Terrence McKenna.

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ABDUL ALHAZRED’S AL AZIF NECRONOMICON PART I

Posted in Alien, archaeology, Art, Chaos Magic, Comics, Demonology, Discordianism, Extraterrestrial, Ghost, Goetia Girls, Goth Girls, Love Magic, Lucid Dreaming, Occultism, Poltergeist, Science Fiction, Sex Magic, Shamanism, Sorcery, Succubus, Surrealism, Tarot, Time Travel, Tulpa Creation, UFO, Vampire, Witchcraft, Zombies with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on June 1, 2019 by FAUSTUS CROW

If you are interested in the Al Azif Necronomicon, which is being serialised as a fully illustrated underground comic book, it can be found on my Patreon page, Please Click Here.

The first part of the Al Azif Necronomicon is based upon H.P. Lovecraft’s own description and history about Abdul Alhazred’s book, which I have taken into the Twilight Zone.

As for Lovecraft’s character, Randolph Carter, I have based him upon the ‘Altered States’ of consciousness researchers, Dr John C. Lilly and Terrence McKenna.

Lovecraft’s surrealist creation of the Al Azif Necronomicon transmuted the dualism of a religious fixation upon a war in Heaven and Hell into the realms of science fiction.

Ancient alien entities are in perpetual conflict with one another, whose shadowy existence has engendered bored humans to engage themselves in exotic cargo-cult religions.

Interestingly, you find the same transmutation of religious symbolism into the domains of science fiction when looking into the UFO mystique, where Angels and Demons have been transformed into Aliens, whether they be hovering around amidst the cosmos, or hiding away in underground bases.

Lovecraft described Al Ahazred’s book to be a very dangerous tome, because it revealed the archetypal theme of a cosmic war fought by deities as being, in actuality, a conflict between monstrously ancient alien races, who far predate humanity and even predating the formation of the solar system.

However, Lovecraft’s subject matter would not be too Earth shattering of a revelation to a cultist whom worships deities, who is then told that his/her deities are actually aliens, whose technology is indivisible from magic. The cultist would just shrug his/her shoulders and make the symbolic transition quite easily.

In other words, Lovecraft’s Al Azif Necronomicon wouldn’t be considered as being dangerous at all, nor would it be banned, since it validates the established religious orientation from a scientific perspective.

There are numerous historical examples of grimoires, which are in archetypal accord with the religious paradigm, even when they veer into what can be considered as being the arena of proto-science fiction, such as, for example, Dr John Dee’s Enochian system.

I am more concerned about what has actually been banned, and totally castigated out of the symbolic equation.

Also, I am not saying another order of alien intelligence does not exist, far from it, since what has been cut out of the equation is a particular expression of the ‘symbolic interface,’ which facilitates communication with other forms of intelligence via the informational realms of electron dreams.

Hence, a certain form of the ‘symbolic interface’ is considered as being dangerous. Wherefore, it has been banned!

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