The black books of the Middle Age Part 1

In the Middle ages, there was a legend about the “black books”. In Western Europe they were called Grimoire. These books were manuals of black magic and occult knowledge. If an inexperienced person happened just flip through this book, it could kill him or drive crazy… But if someone was able to read and understand, he was a great magician and subdued the forces of nature…

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The Mysterious “Necronomicon”

Frequently, in various resources it’s described “Necronomicon”, allegedly symbolizing an old Arabic manuscript (another title – “Al-Asif”, “guide of the lifeless”), compiled by Abdul al-Hasretim from Damascus circa 720, comprising the containers of periods with which to call the historic black deities.

The very first of the American writers concerning the “Necronomicon” was described by Lovecraft in another of his stories. He contended that knowledge of this composition due to the information that was occult could be even simply to shop it or harmful to see.

“The Arabs in Yemen state that it may get what it’s he creates. − Occasionally people do not very know very well what they truly are searching for… And the things they imply by-the-book nearly what it’s. This explained one-man who their looked for her.”

As documented by H. G. Lovecraft, “Necronomicon” (actually “embodiment of what the law states of the lifeless”) was handed by an Orthodox student Theodor Filecom from Constantinople who converted the guide into Greek in 950 advertisement.

Within the thirteenth-century worm converted the manuscript is OLED by the Danish student. the period the Arabic initial misplaced. In 1232 Gregory IX barred the submission of the interpretation, however, it was printed twice: within Italy and two generations later in the century in Indonesia.

The Traditional interpretation printed within the first half of the century in Croatia, possibly perished where he was stored throughout the fireplace that ruined the collection of Pikmin in Salem.

According to Lovecraft, another occasion was too. But in pieces, this interpretation lasted just to us. Additionally, duplicates of “the Necronomicon” kept within the College of Buenos Aires, the Nationwide collection of Portugal, a collection of Harvard College, the British Memorial along with other locations.

Based on one edition, the author simply created the “Necronomicon”. But several genuinely believe that the guide truly prevails. Among the applicants for this part is just a manuscript or “Secrets of the Worm”, which presumably was documented using the phrases of the dark wizard within the IV century Tertiam Sibelius – a Talim that is called.

Is actually of writing BC, the precise day. About 1680 some kind of monk introduced him and discovered the manuscript within the collection of the English fortress.

In a time when the Roman Empire was ruled by emperors-Christians, “Mysteries of the Worm” was banned, as they are very popular among the adepts of black magic.

When Theodosius I the Great was destroyed almost all copies of the manuscript. But some copies fell into the hands of the dark sects. One of them, followers of the cult of “Alaska Dimensionless”, “Shapeless Chaos” and “Beyond Insanity”, apparently due to the power gifted by the book, managed to survive not only the middle Ages but the English bourgeois revolution. It’s a secret occult society to manage their Affairs in complete isolation from the outside world.

In 1680, Pope innocent XI ordered the Abbot Bartholomew to go to the estate of count Kevin Merchant, who then headed the sect, and to investigate its activities. But instead, Merchant drew Abbot in his faith and convinced to participate in occult experiments.

In 1932, at the bookstores were books “Mysteries of the Worm”. But no one can vouch for their authenticity.