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Ren's PseudoHistorical Essay On The Necronomicon

To: alt.magick.tyagi,alt.religion.wicca,alt.necronomicon,alt.magick
From: ren 
Subject: Ren's PseudoHistorical Essay On The Necronomicon
Date: Sat, 15 Jul 2000 01:04:28 -0700

The Author
  In the 700's there lived an Arab mystical poet and wanderer by the name
of Abdul Alhazred. They called him Al Azif because he wrote about the
nocturnal buzzing of desert insects which echoed the voices of the Djinn
or evil spirits out there on his lonely travels. Abdul was fluent in
writing in many languages and was a scholar of Egyptian and Chaldean
Mystery Teachings.
  He set out to compose The Necronomicon in Damascus. 730c.e.

The Content
  The book is about extra-terrestrial races who came to Earth and subdued
it. They are known as the Old Ones and live deep in the Heavens, Earth and
Sea. Abdul describes star gates by which these beings may be summoned to
interact with humans who dare to communicate. In exchange for service, the
Old Ones teach these brave people magick and thus rule the world and
course of events through their students. 

The Main Story
  The story centers around the greatest of Old Ones a Dragon by the name
of Kutulu who sleeps in a sunken desert city and lucidly possesses his
human host and servant, Nyarlathotep.

The Powers Of Kutulu/Nyarlathotep
  Kutulu's main goal is to direct the course of human events as ruler of
the Earth. He does this through his human host, Nyarlathotep. Nyarlathotep
much like Al Azif is a wanderer, poet, disguised begger.  When in reality
Nyarlathotep is a magician priest king who goes around telling the rulers
of the Earth what Kutulu wants them to do. 

Of Angels and Devils
  Like all great battles the extra-terrestrials brought their theater to
Earth long ago before humans could even write. The friends of humanity fly
around in U.F.O.s high above the Earth and protect it from creatures who
would devour us and exploit us. Only Kutulu and his small species have
made it past the blockade and into the hearts of men and women.

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