The snug relationship between occult fantasy and the actual
practice of the occult is well established in history.
Writers such as H.P. Lovecraft and Edgar Rice Burroughs,
progenitor of the Tarzan and Jane tales,
were practicing occultists.
-- Carl Raschke, Painted Black.
More Forbidden Knowledge to come soon -- Expect Great Revelations....
"The Lurker on the Threshold of Interpretation: Hoax Necronomicons and Paratextual Noise" Scholarly essay by Dan Clore.
"History of the Necronomicon", by H.P. Lovecraft. Corrected text with commentary.
The Names Necronomicon and Al Azif: where they came from, what they mean.
Alleged Quotations from the Necronomicon; collected from sundry sources.
Other Alleged Contents of the Necronomicon; collected from sundry sources.
Fake Necronomicons. Nothing is true....
A Necronomicon Glossary. Information on various pertinent subjects.
Colin Low's Necronomicon (Anti-)FAQ. With commentary by Dan Clore.
Kevin Erwin Chua's Necronomicon FAQ. With commentary by Dan Clore.
Liber Grimoiris. Occultist essay by Frater Nigris. Without commentary by Dan Clore.
"The Necronomicon" Rare short story by Lovecraft circle member Vernon Shea.
The Horrible Truth. UseNet posts and private e-mail messages that set the record straight on the Book of Hell.
Actual Cthulhu Cultists performing human sacrifice. BELIEVE IT OR NOT!
Rings & Things.
The Official Dan Clore Homepage. The Website of Lord Weÿrdgliffe....
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Meanwhile, here's a ritual to summon a shoggoth....
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"Where there is authority, there is no freedom."
-- Prince Peter Kropotkin.
So far, a mere souls have been imperiled by passing through the First Gate....
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