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The long anticipated Mardukite guide to the Simon Necronomicon! Since being released in 1977 -- the same year that the world saw the arrival of Star Wars, the Shannara series of Terry Brooks, Close Encounters of the Third Kind, the debut byMoreThe long anticipated Mardukite guide to the Simon Necronomicon! Since being released in 1977 -- the same year that the world saw the arrival of Star Wars, the Shannara series of Terry Brooks, Close Encounters of the Third Kind, the debut by Zecharia Sitchin and many other consciousness paradigm-shifts -- the Necronomicon by Simon has changed the shape of the modern New Age movement and human understanding, introducing over a million people of the new generations to the reality of the Anunnaki traditions born from ancient Sumerians, Babylonians, Akkadians, Assyrians and Chaldeans. Shrouded in doom and gloom, contrasted against the Cthulhu Mythos envisioned by H.P. Lovecraft, who very well may have developed the title -- Necronomicon -- for his own saga and literary cycle, the book presented by editor Simon is anything but a fabrication of fantasy, but is instead an allusion to a very real, though fragmented, Mardukite Babylonian Anunnaki Tradition, a system that once dominated the prehistoric and ancient world before the rise of the Greeks, Romans and even Egyptians! The modern Mardukite research organization has spent nearly half a decade exploring the mysteries of Mesopotamia, the Anunnaki and related subjects. After having completed the entire Necronomicon Anunnaki literary legacy with the Mardukite Chamberlains, prolific writer, editor and founder of the Mardukites, Joshua Free, ends his years of silence concerning the Simon Necronomicon by finally providing his expert commentary on the classic text in Liber 555, The Necronomicon for Beginners: Unveiling the Secrets of the Simon Necronomicon. Edition note: This same Liber 555 material is simultaneously released in a larger print version as Stargate to the Abyss: The Mardukite Guide to the Simon Necronomicon by Joshua Free.