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On the heels of his widely successful trilogy of works honoring H. P. Lovecraft, Donald Tyson now unveils a true grim of ritual magic inspired by the Cthulhu Mythos. The Grimoire of the Necronomicon is.a practical system of ritual magic based on Lovecraft’s mythology of the alien gods known as the Old Ones. Fans of Lovecraft now have the opportunity to reliably and safely get in touch with the Old Ones and draw upon their power for spiritual and material advance- ment. Tyson expands upon the Old Ones’ mythology and reintroduces these "mon- sters" in a new, magical context—explaining their true purpose for our planet, As a disciple, you choose one of the seven lords as a spiritual mentor, who will guide you toward personal transformation Grimoire of the Necronomicon features ritual forms and invocations for the daily and yearly rites of the Old Ones, individual rituals devoted to each of the seven major figures of the mythos, and most importantly, a grand ritual for personal attainment. The daily rituals provide an excellent system of esoteric training for individual prac- titioners. This grimoire also provides structure for an esoteric society—Order of the Old Ones—devoted to the group practice of this unique system of magic. Praise for Dogald Tyson's Mecropomicog "This exhaustively researched volume reproduces and connects the details of the mythology originally created by the eldritch author. It addresses all of Lovecrafts ref- erences to the book and its fictional protagonist/writer, Arab scholar Abdul Alhazred, ‘the mysterious Necromancer of Yemen." —Fangoria “Tyson isn’t the first writer to attempt a full ‘translation’ of the forbidden text, but his may be the most comprehensive.’ —Publishers Weekly “Descriptions of the lost city of R'lych, the ruins of Babylon, and other, stranger places blend with tales of monsters and demons, lies and truths. Occult nonfiction author Tyson remains true to Lovecraft'’s spirit in this tribute to a master of horror.” —Library Journal “Tyson sets about ‘expositing the ways of the dead.’. .. Here, Lovecraft skin-crawling nonexistent tome is lifted from the mists of fantasy and loathsomely fleshed out by Tyson, famed dealer in magic and spells and scribe of much nonfiction on magic and the occult. ... Scholarly horror, marvelously illustrated. Or as Lovecraft, in a wild ecstasy that’s quoted here, would praise it: Ph nglui nigli'nafh Ctbulbu R lyeb wgab'vagl Sotagn. Id” —Kirkus