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#57978 - 03/06/06 09:57 AM Re: The so called "necronomicon" [Re: raven]
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I also don't know what to do with them. keep them or not? and if not, how do I dispense with them without causing further calamity?

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#57979 - 03/06/06 10:58 AM Re: The so called "necronomicon" [Re: raven]
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#57980 - 03/06/06 11:04 AM Re: The so called "necronomicon" [Re: raven]
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How did you manage to find a thread that's almost a year and half old? Is there a hack to the search engine or something?
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#57981 - 03/06/06 11:20 AM Re: The so called "necronomicon" [Re: Bill_M]
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Bill,

Go to any specific forum's main header page and click 'next' in the archives. Or the numbered links.

This will take you quite far back, much more than the six month limit on the search engine.

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#57982 - 03/06/06 12:01 PM Re: The so called "necronomicon" [Re: Quaark]
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>>Go to any specific forum's main header page and
>>click 'next' in the archives. Or the numbered links.

Oh I know about THAT. I just didn't think somebody would actually go through the effort of checking through 20 pages of such threads just to dig up an old one and add a sentence. I was wrong!
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#57983 - 03/06/06 12:04 PM Re: The so called "necronomicon" [Re: Bill_M]
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I just didn't think somebody would actually go through the effort




Well, she is apparently being "cursed" by her books, so she had motivation to find that thread.


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#57984 - 03/06/06 12:18 PM Re: The so called "necronomicon" [Re: raven]
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I also don't know what to do with them. keep them or not? and if not, how do I dispense with them without causing further calamity?




I sold Mine on Amazon, for 99p more than it was worth! (I sold it for 99p, then).

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#57985 - 03/06/06 01:31 PM Re: The so called "necronomicon" [Re: raven]
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Was the necronomican a genuine occult grimoire written by the "mad arab" abdul al hazrad in the 11th century ?

Nah !, I think it was written from scratch as a background source material for the cthulu mythos by a bookish, shy scifi/horror author from New England called Howard Philip Lovecraft. I own a copy of one of the updated versions of the necronomican which contains the "original" text plus comments, articles by fans, and enthusiasts of Lovecraft including August Derleth.

I think the idea of owning the book somehow "curses" you is....well.....bullplop quite frankly. Many satanists, chaos magicians, and occultists use some of the cthulu mythology in their rituals and they haven't been plagued by misfortune.
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#57986 - 03/06/06 02:21 PM The curse of the "necronomicon" [Re: raven]
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Your bad luck began the moment you spent good money for it!

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#57987 - 03/06/06 06:41 PM Re: The so called "necronomicon" [Re: raven]
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I also don't know what to do with them. keep them or not? and if not, how do I dispense with them without causing further calamity?




Eat them! Is the only way!
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#57988 - 03/06/06 06:48 PM Re: The so called "necronomicon" [Re: Old_Pig]
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You mean chopping them up into little pieces and then subsequently burying them all over the world won't work?

Damnit, now I have to go dig 'em all up!
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#57989 - 03/06/06 07:11 PM Bad luck, Indeed! [Re: Nemo]
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Your bad luck began the moment you spent good money for it!




I purchased this book at the age of thirteen.
It's powerful stuff.
In fact, I've been stuck inside my magjickal circle ever since that fateful day, when I summoned "the Watcher."
Now it's just common sense, of course,
that one can't rightfully leave a mah-jick circle without a proper banishment spell.
Alas! -- My necro-tome of black writ had been thoughtlessly left outside the bounds of my protective circle!
Damn you, Mad Arab... Damn you...

Enki, Why hast thou forsaken me?


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#57990 - 03/06/06 08:06 PM Re: The so called "necronomicon" [Re: Linguascelesta]
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I also don't know what to do with them. keep them or not? and if not, how do I dispense with them without causing further calamity?




I sold Mine on Amazon, for 99p more than it was worth! (I sold it for 99p, then).




Oh, come on now, the paper it is written on must have some value. It can be recycled and used for some useful purpose.

I actually still have my copy. Why? Because it wasn't worth the effort to dispose of it and it acts as a buffer for my other books from falling over on one another
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#57991 - 03/08/06 01:42 PM Re: The so called "necronomicon" [Re: Old_Pig]
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I also don't know what to do with them. keep them or not? and if not, how do I dispense with them without causing further calamity?




Eat them! Is the only way!




Mabey she could try rectal-ingestion?
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#57992 - 03/09/06 09:09 AM Re: The so called "necronomicon" [Re: sillysatanicname]
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http://www.mystae.com/restricted/streams/scripts/necronomicon.html



Whether correct or not, it should answer several of the honest or even dihonest questions people have asked, as to where the ideas came from for the necronomicon, and pretty much all of HPL's ideas.

"Did some Mad Arab write it? Noo."

Of course not. On the very first page of that link, it explains where the name of the arab came from! It also translates the meaning of mad, in arab, to make thing a little more clear for the Cthulhu and Necronomicon enthusiest.

Enjoy!
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