THE NECRONOMICON ~ The Cthulhu Revelations

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Herein lie the terrible secrets of Great Cthulhu and his cult, of the sunken city of R'lyeh, of Alhazred's necromantic incantations, of the Nameless City, of Nyarlathotep, and the horrible cannibalistic Ghuls who stalk the storm-wrought wastelands of Yemen and Arabia. But know this: where horrors stride from between the spheres, there rises beauty as well.

Experience the wonders of the life of Alhazred: the spice caravans, the Tower of Babel, the Hanging Gardens, the unearthly paradise of doomed Sarnath within the Dreamlands, and share in his dark adventures as he seeks to resurrect his lost beloved, the murdered Adaya. What is the horrible secret of Adaya's second life, and how did Alhazred come to be the death-sworn enemy of the Cult of Cthulhu?

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The original version of the manuscript remains at the Kester Library in Salem, Massachusetts. Pulver 's novel Nightmare's Disciple. It is a tome written by Philip of Navarre in , a Spanish friar of the 16th century. The book also foretells of the coming of a messiah of destruction, who would be born in the western land of the red savage across the great ocean in Columbus' New World, a man that shall set the Great Old One free from her stellar prison.

Livia Llewellyn elaborated on this, describing the violent sexual acts committed by Kassogtha worshipers. It was written by the undead cult worshipping the Great Old One Gla'aki. Whenever Gla'aki slept, the members of his cult had periods of free will, and, since they were part of Gla'aki and shared his memories, they wrote down what they remembered of their master's thoughts.

The cult's handwritten manuscripts later came to be known as the Revelations of Gla'aki. The text originally contained eleven volumes, nine in the carefully abridged published edition, but it may have had more at different times in the past. In both stories, the books are mentioned in conjunction with the Pnakotic Manuscripts. They are kept in the temple of the Elder Ones in the city of Ulthar ; no other existing copies are mentioned in Lovecraft's works. Barzai the Wise studied the books before his journey to see the gods dancing on Mount Hatheg-Kla, while Randolph Carter consulted them during his quest to reach Kadath.

Other than that, little is known about them. The collection can be considered to be an analogue to the I Ching , a Chinese text of cosmology and divination.

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Now, as he sat there in a state half terror, half stupor, his eyes were drawn to the wizard volume before him: the writings of that evil sage and seer, Carnamagos, which had been recovered a thousand years ago from some Graeco-Bactrian tomb, and transcribed by an apostate monk in the original Greek, in the blood of an incubus-begotten monster.

In that volume were the chronicles of great sorcerers of old, and the histories of demons earthly and ultra-cosmic, and the veritable spells by which the demons could be called up and controlled and dismissed. The text is featured more prominently in Smith's "The Treader of the Dust" Confusedly, Xeethra is set in the far distant future on Zothique, earth's last continent, whereas "The Treader of the Dust" is set in Smith's current times.

Only two copies are known of, though one was destroyed during the Spanish Inquisition. The only remaining copy is bound in shagreen , and fastened with hasps of human bone. Unaussprechlichen Kulten was created by Robert E. Howard , and was written by the fictional Friedrich von Junzt. Howard originally called the book Nameless Cults , but both Lovecraft and Derleth gave it the German title which can translate to either Unspeakable Cults or Unpronounceable Cults both meaning of the word are in common usage.

The name is grammatically incorrect. The centerpiece of the story is the discovery of the tablets, which are an important part of Carter's Xothic legend cycle. The tablets themselves are twelve engraved pieces of black jade inscribed by Zanthu, a wizard and high priest of Ythogtha. They are written in a hieratic form of Naacal , the language of the sunken continent of Mu.

The tablets reveal a partial history of Mu, describing Zanthu's struggle against the rising cult of Ghatanothoa and his own religion's lamented decline. He also describes his failed attempt to release the god Ythogtha from its prison. Upon witnessing three black, beaked, slimy heads, "vaster than any mountain", rising from a gorge, he flees in terror when he realizes that they are merely the god's fingertips.

According to Zanthu, he and some of his people escaped the destruction of Mu, which was sunk by the wrath of the Elder Gods. In , guided by the Ponape Script , Harold Hadley Copeland led an expedition into Indochina to locate the plateau of Tsang and to find the tomb of Zanthu. After the other members of the expedition died or deserted him, Copeland pressed on, eventually reaching his goal. Opening the tomb, he was horrified to discover that the mummified face of Zanthu resembled his own. Later wandering into a Mongolian outpost, a starving and raving Copeland was the only survivor of the expedition.

He made the rough translation using a key borrowed from the estate of Colonel Churchward, the last qualified translator of ancient Naacal , and heavily edited it out of a concern for "public sanity".

The controversial brochure was later denounced by the academic community and was suppressed by the authorities. Copeland's later manuscripts were never published. Ten years after the publication of the brochure, Copeland died in an asylum. An ancient manuscript found in Asia, written circa in BC during Zhou dynasty.

It contains the rituals to summon the Great Old One Kassogtha.