Heralded as the sequel to the legendary Atlantean Necronomicon, author, and spiritualist, Warlock Asylum returns seven years later with BuddaNomicon: The Simon Necronomicon Unveiled Through The Art of Ninzuwu. The text acts as a mirror manual, which explains many of the Simon Necronomicon’s mysteries by a relative comparison of the gnosis found in the Art of Ninzuwu. Most of the information has never been printed or posted in any public forums. The BuddhaNomicon covers the following topics and so much more:
What is the Art of Ninzuwu?
The true identity of the Simon Necronomicon’s author is not Peter Levenda.
Why Are There More Buddhist and Vedic Deities mentioned in the Simon Necronomicon than Mesopotamian Ones? (Examples provided)
How Did The Art of Ninzuwu Emerge From The Necronomicon Gnosis?
The Initiation Ritual For The 50 Names of Marduk Revealed
The Historical Use of the Term Bandar With References, And Why Is It A Simon Necronomicon Trap?
Meanings and Definitions of the Simon Necronomicon’s Unintelligible Words
What is the path of self-initiation in the Art of Ninzuwu?
Why the True Methods of Gate-Walking Have Not Been Revealed Until This Writing?
BuddhaNomicon provides a thorough examination of the Simon Necronomicon and the Art of Ninzuwu’s philosophy. The book includes additional Ninzuwu prayers and rituals not found in previous works while providing a template for daily practice. The rites and initiation methods of Enochian Buddhism and its matriarch deity Tara are discussed at length.
Over the years I’ve written a lot about the Simon Necronomicon and the Art of Ninzuwu, but this was a real game-changer in my understanding of both paradigms. Available at a low price on Amazon. Thanks!
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