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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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The above Artwork depicts the 56th Succubus archetype of the Fallen Anima, who is called Gremory. The symbolism of the Artwork is alluding to the Sheela na gigs, which are figurative carvings of naked women displaying an exaggerated vulva above church ‘doors’ and ‘arches.’ They are architectural grotesques found all over Europe on churches, castles, and other buildings.

The highest concentrations of Sheela na gigs can be found in Ireland, Great Britain, France and Spain. One of the best examples may be found in the Round Tower at Rattoo, in County Kerry, Ireland. There is a replica of the Round Tower Sheela na gig in the County Museum in Tralee town. Another well-known example may be seen at Kilpeck in Herefordshire, England.

Ireland has the greatest number of surviving Sheela na gig carvings; McMahon and Roberts cite 101 examples in Ireland and 45 examples in Britain.

Sheela na gigs are said to ward off death and evil. As mentioned, they are often positioned over doors, arches or windows, which symbolically represent the vulva. In ancient times the vulva was seen as representing the (door/window) hypnagogic trance gate, which allowed conscious ingress into the womb domain of the (spirit world) dream.

Gremory is a rarity in the classical Goetia, whose tome lists the archetypes of the deified Animus, made as a God/Devil. Gremory is described manifesting as a woman. Although the Goetia also makes mention that Gremory is a male entity assuming the form of a woman for the express purpose of tempting a Magician.

The reason for this symbolic conundrum is due to the grimoires having a fixation upon the deified Animus, while castigating the Succubus archetypes of the Fallen Anima into Hell as being politically incorrect. But then as scripture to say, the deified Animus of woman, is by nature very jealous indeed.

The number 56, may be that of occult blind, which of numerology reduces down to 11 and 2. The number 11 alludes to the 11th hidden Sephiroth (sphere) of the Cabbala, being Da’at, which means, ‘belief.’

The number 2 points at the Tarot card of the High Priestess II, which is generally considered to be associated with the 13th path of Gimel, which passes through the sphere of Da’at. The Hebrew letter Gimel is seen by some to be associated with a Camel.

The runic correspondence with Gimel is that of Gebo, whose ‘seventh’ Rune is that of the ‘X,’ crossbones, which equates with the English ‘G’ you to find used by Freemasonry, as in ‘X’ marks the (hypnagogic trance) spot and that of a seventh (seal) secret not to be told, unless it is to your sister. The motif of the sister symbolically alludes to the Fallen Anima.

Gremory is described as riding a Camel, wherefore alluding to the High Priestess and the sphere of Da’at.

The Tarot traditionally depicts the High Priestess being seated between two pillars, who holds a scroll or a book upon her lap, which is a (Necronomicon) Grimoire. (H.P. Lovecraft wrote that the title, Necronomicon, as translated from the Greek language, meant ‘an image of the law of the dead,’ or a book of images.)

It is very likely that the name of Gremory is derived from the term Grimoire, which is essentially a tome of ‘beliefs.’ (The tome [scroll] the High Priestess has on her lap is commonly interpreted as being the Torah [Tarot] of the deified Animus.)

The sphere of Da’at is accessed via the twin pylons of the High Priestess, who symbolises hypnagogic ¬†(Sheela na gig/vulva) trance, which is represented by the ‘X’ Rune of ‘Crossbones.’

Whatever you experience internally (Out Of Body Experience/Hawk/Horus) amidst the dream will be determined by the Da’at beliefs, which are housed within your Grimoire temple of a ‘Skull.’ The domain of the dream will reflect back your beliefs about yourself, and how you perceive (Eye) reality.

However, you will find that many of your beliefs have been influenced and moulded by influences around you, wherefore determining your perception of reality since childhood.

Wherefore, Gremory reveals how the Matrix of symbolism all around you and within you of an internal dialogue, incarcerates your ‘Skull,’ so that you can free yourself via self-analytical metaprogramming, which allows you to tune into other dream realities, and in turn consciously engineering synchronicities.

The symbolism of the High Priestess has a symbolic correlate with the Nun, Carl Jung would equate with an aspect of the ‘Anima.’ Since the Anima and her Succubus archetypes have been entirely expunged from the symbolic paradigm of the deified Animus, you can thereby fathom that a very real Necronomicon would list the Succubus Great Old Ones of the Fallen Anima, which of a banned grimoire would contain their much maligned images, the worshippers of the deified Animus would consider to be pornographic!

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