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 Post subject: Re: Misheard Neph lyrics
PostPosted: Sun Feb 12, 2017 11:38 pm 
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I had a longer vignette worked out, but the Heraldic Bearings of the Order of the Cross Fowl is no longer available, so...


Constipation something vile, innit?
Reek, haul and cut, throw it! -- raise your sin
You gots to "Ughh!"
Don Reiser Spa ... the restroom staaaalll!

Don Reiser oooo
Don Reiser ahh....
Oh! Don Reiser Spa in the restroom stall

Let's go! *smoking*

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 Post subject: Re: Misheard Neph lyrics
PostPosted: Thu Oct 26, 2017 11:45 am 
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"Psychonaut" chants Visionary Heads live mean

Pray now for how long
We're falling from ecstasy
Like changelings
Eedom returned for new souls
Here or after
Well enrapture me and i'll change
I stand alone inside you
I stand alone the skies bruised
Let it spill from my mouth
Sweet nectar for a thousand young
Are you ready for this -
Here i come
Pray now f
Or ours, pray for me
who could you love
{Subtly sounds like: Cthuthlu}
We're falling from ecstasy
And you deserve us Leviathan
You deserve us Leviathan
What are children now, but our curses come
And glory days, our kingdom come
You look ol
Der, time stalls
Freedom sold us
Pray now for how long
Pray for me, who could you love
We're falling from ecstasy
And you deserve us Leviathan
You deserve us Leviathan
Pray for me
Let us gather hallucinations from our private minds
Let us wit
Ness the reincarnation of the Sun
{Misc. chants}
May the mountains shake you to the core
Xi dingir anna kanpa, Xi dingir kia kanpa...
{Envea rechne.}
{Ad lib the chants... switch kia/anna}
Pray for Leviathan, Leviathan

Well, here what we have are 2 ideas: the "Psychonaut" chants Visionary Heads live mean

"Common sense would dictate to anyone, who was sincerely searching the authenticity of the Simon Necronomicon as a grimoire, to first acquire and read many of the resources listed in the tome’s bibliography, but it seems like many occult leaders are too lazy to do this, as we have just seen in the example cited above. On the other side of the coin, there exists some who claim involvement in the Necronomicon Tradition, who are guilty of the same thing. Instead of researching many of the deities and terms in the Simon Necronomicon and taking the time to acquire the books listed in the tome’s Introduction, these individuals become stuck on simple definition concerning Ancient Mesopotamia that are found across the internet. They lack the heart to dig deeper into the information and are left wondering why they are having a tough time in the process of communication with the energies listed in the tome.

One example of this can be found in the meaning of the term; “zi kia kanpa, zi anna kanpa.” For a long time some practitioners thought of these terms as being relative to what the Simon Necronomicon Spellbook defines as; “Spirit of the sky, remember. Spirit of the earth, remember.” It was based on this definition that many assumed these terms to be just simple ways of calling “heaven” and “earth,” but had these individuals done a little research they would have seen something entirely different. Definition of these terms can be found in a book that is listed Simon Necronomicon’s bibliography, entitled Chaldean Magic written by Francois Lenormant. The book was written in the late 1800’s and is an examination of some of the Assyrian magical texts that were found in Nineveh, dating back to the 7th century BC. These text come from what is commonly known as The Royal Library of Ashurbanipal. Much of what appears in the Simon Necronomicon are excerpts from these manuscripts dating back to the 7th century BC. This is like finding the Lord’s Prayer in a Christian document from the 1st century and putting it in a modern grimoire, it would still give the reader access to an ancient prayer, so it is also with the Simon Necronomicon.

Getting back to the topic at hand, we find the following observation based on these ancient magical texts, found on page 155 of the book Chaldean Magic:

“The name of Hea means “dwelling;” this name then was manifestly connected with the time when the god was first imagined to be the same as the zone over which he presided, the zone which served as a home for men and animated beings; but he was afterwards regarded as much more separate from the material object than Anna. He was the lord of the earth’s surface (mul-ki), and this title is applied to him quite frequently as Hea. In the sacramental formulae of the incantations he was invoked as Spirit of the earth, or more exactly still, of the terraqueous surface (zi-ki-a).”

From the above passage, we can see that Enki (Hea) was entreated in ancient magical incantations as the Spirit of the earth, or zi-ki-a. Therefore, we find the term “Zi-kia-Kanpa,” means Spirit of the Earth, Remember, as mentioned in the Simon Necronomicon Spellbook, but more exactly this is the way the ancient Assyrians invoked Enki. This illustrates the necessity to understand the mindset of the people living in ancient Mesopotamia. For the most part, and I speak from experience when I say this, self-initiation via Gate-Walking is going to attune you to the mindset of these ancient people on an emotional level, but if one has not acquired information about these ancient peoples magical practices, they could make grave errors and assumptions.

Now that we understand that zi-ki-a kanpa is a way to invoked DinGir Enki, it would now be useful to explore the origins of the term zi-anna-kanpa. Chaldean Magic page 154:

“Anu certainly preserves some features belonging to the Accadian Ana,….In those parts of the collection which have been handed down to us, there is no special hymn addressed to Ana, but he is invoked in the sacramental formulae of all the incantations under the name Spirit of the heavens (Zi-ana). As his name indicates he was the same as the material heavens, he was heaven itself, whilst also the soul of it; and he was more completely one with the object to which he was attached than any other of the supernatural deities.”

We can clearly see that these terms are used to invoke both DinGir Enki and DinGir Anu, and should not be taken lightly. This also gives newcomers of the Necronomicon Tradition further validity that this is an ancient system of divination"

https://warlockasyluminternationalnews. ... nna-kanpa/

more on DinGir Enki

or a spell ritual BS routine (i.e.) gimcrackering


"Step Three

While looking intently at the seal you have made, so that it is the only thing you can see, take three deep breaths, slowly, one at a time. Concentrate on the goal at the same time, seeing it as a picture if possible. A picture of yourself sitting in a pile of cash, or with your arms around a loved one, or withing a protective circle. Then, slowly raise your eyes, without lifting your head, to the heavens and say, slowly and clearly:

ZI KIA KANPA (Zee-Kee-Ya-Kan-Pa)

ZI ANNA KANPA (Zee-An-Na-Kan-Pa)

ZI DINGIR KIA KANPA (Zee-Deen-Geer-Kee-Ya-Kan-Pa)

ZI DINGIR ANNA KANPA (Zee-Deen-Geer-An-Na-Kan-Pa)

Hear me, O Thou (n.n.) (here insert the Name of the Spirit you are invoking)

Come to Me by the Powers of the Word (n.n.) (here insert the word of the Spirit you are invoking)

And answer my urgent prayer!



Step Four

Then slowly lower your eyes back to the seal in front of you and stare intently at the drawing, at the same time forming a clear mental image of the end you are trying to achieve. Do not pay any attention to any strange or eerie feelings you may experience at this point. They are common with this type of ritual and are no cause for alarm. It is important that you do not break concentration for any purpose whatsoever, so ignore the odd sounds and sensations that might accompany the performance of any of these rituals. They are simply the weak attempts of enevolved psychic entities trying to disrupt your ritual. They are not worthy of your attention.
Step Five

When you have passed a few moments this way, and you feel your concentration beginning to wane, then close the ritual with the following prayer:

ZI DINGIR KIA KANPA (Zee-Deen-Geer-Kee-Ya-Kan-Pa)

ZI DINGIR ANNA KANPA (Zee-Deen-Geer-An-Na-Kan-Pa)

Spirit of the Earth, Remember!

Spirit of the Sky, Remember!"

http://lovecraft.ru/texts/necro/spellbo ... steps.html

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PostPosted: Sat Nov 04, 2017 6:51 pm 
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A thousand Eon not young

It's clearest in the 1st mix

It's only a game,
We're only here to dream.

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