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The R'lyeh Text: Hidden Leaves from the Necronomicon. Introduction by Colin Wilson. (Out of Print)
by Turner, Robert
Book ID: A3033, A3033
Skoob Books, First edition, first printing. isbn 187143890x. Researched transcribed and annotated by Robert Turner. Edited with a preface by George Hay. With contributory essays by Patricia Shore and Arnold Arnold. Note: The first printing is on much better paper than the second printing which was prone to foxing. Near Fine
"Occult historian Robert Turner tells us that 'there is a race that rides curiously in tandem with humanity, a shadow, and intense and inseparable Mr Hyde.' He has, at last, managed to unearth Texts which complete that pungent and vertiginous Magical Grimoire known as The Necronomicon. This is The Rlyeh Text.
"That its decipherment may be crucial for the survival of our civilization, is suggested by the intensity of the analysis it as attracted here from thinkers of te calibre of Colin Wilson, and its editor George Hay.
"Colin Wilson connects the Old Ones, the Sirius Star system, the potent Magic of Atlantis, an 'crystal memoy' with the Necronomicon's dark matrix. He links unresolved aspects of this legacy to the problem of sexual violence.
"George Hay relates the Grimoire's significance to the rise of irrationalism in modern societies, recalls the great religious enigma of the Fall, counsels extreme vigilence, and endorsing the book's fabled originator the 'mad Arab' Abdul-al-Hazred, declares 'I also fear for Man.'"
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Charing, Howard G
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