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Divine Magic & Secret Holy Names : High Magickal Tradition Origins in Ancient “Alien” Priesthoods

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Above all of the possible magic words to be invoked, the Divine Names are held in the highest regard by priest-magicians and wizards – meaning, of course: “names” for God. Joshua Free explains in the new Fifth Anniversary Second Edition of Mardukite Liber-K: ENOCHIAN MAGIC & KABBALAH: SUMMONING ANGELS, ALIENS, UFOs & OTHER DIVINE ENCOUNTERS.

enochianmagic2017cropsmallPutting aside the more ‘conventional’ implements of the magical arts; the garments and regalia, the tools and sigil seals – it is NAMES and WORDS that appear most significant when encountering ‘higher forms’ of the esoteric mysteries…


Similar to the way in which ‘existence’ becomes more dense and fragmented as the varying lights and veils are perfected until we reach the manifested existence within human perceptual abilities, the Names of God became increasingly ‘mutated’ with time and the myriad of ‘language semantics’ that were later applied to this form of cryptomancy.

Given the emphasis put on ‘words’ and ‘names’ in the Anunnaki tradition – as found evident on Sumerian and Babylonian cuneiform clay tablets – it is not surprising that we should see a mystical lore related to the same carried by the priests and magicians of the later derived system-traditions: the Kabbalah, Egypto-Greek Hermetics and of course native Chaldean and Zoroastrian movements – all of which based on a ‘personal’ relationship with Divinity by means of a ‘secret’ or ‘esoteric’ lore that enabled them to call upon and recognize these ‘forces’.

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Priests of the Anunnaki tradition acted as intermediaries between the human population and the beings perceived as “Divine” that often resided in their very cities, occasionally occupying the ‘ziggurat-temples‘ built on the highest mounds of each region. In the proto-Sumerian traditions, the priest-magicians were the only ones who were able to transmit any communication with the Anunnaki “Sky Gods” of their observed pantheon.

This shifts during the post-Sumerian or Babylonian-Mardukite period, as a rise in local or ‘personal’ magic becomes present among the common folk. During this post-Sumerian period, many individual members of the Anunnaki group became patron ‘central’ deities to different areas, an act that furthered the fragmentation of knowledge.

hammurabi21233 After the magical arts were given to the people, the Hermetic attempts began at ‘unlocking’ the esoteric secrets withheld by the original priests and caretakers of the traditions. Uncovering Divine Names was one of the more ‘paramount’ acts to making the newer systems function – a means of going around the intermediaries socially and politically installed to oversee the religion and spirituality of the people. It is here that we begin to see ‘magic’ as a part of ‘counter-culture’ existing outside of, and in many cases in opposition to, the Realm.

Rather than being a state-religious affair celebrated openly in public view, the practice of magic began to turn ‘inward’ and was pushed further and further underground as the growing populations and varying personalities each had their influence on its character.

Mystical use of the Kabbalah, such as we find with the Enochian system and other methods involved in the late 19th century ‘magical revival’ by members of the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn, is heavily dependent on the use of “Divine Names” or other “less-divine” (even “infernal”) names as words of power. Although derived from the same sources, this is generally typical only of post-Babylonian systems, at the Age of Aries (c.2100 BC).

enochianmagic2017cropsmall We see evidence of it throughout the Hermetic traditions of the last 3,000 years and in virtually every example of ‘magical grimoire’ or ‘tome of magick’ at our disposal. Clearly, the author-carriers of this type of lore treated the names as ‘sacred formulas’ critical to the success of the ‘transcendental operations.

Starting around 2,000 years ago, they started being classified as exactly that: formulas.


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Babylonian Astrology & Age of Aquarius: How the Sumerians Measured the Heavens

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“The ancient Sumerians understood the connection between cycles, time and mathematics. In addition to the pragmatic use of the wheel or circle, they also developed the initial calculations of the circle to be 360 degrees. Their use of base-60 ‘sexagesimal’ math in the systematic measurement of time has carried with humanity to this day…”

[This mardukite.com blog post is officially excerpted from Liber 51/52, available in the anthology Mesopotamian Religion by Joshua Free. It is also available as the stand-alone title: Sumerian Religion II, and in the Mardukite Year-2 Anthology: Gates of the Necronomicon by Joshua Free.]

MesopotamianReligionFrontcrop The annual year was originally only divided into three seasons: beginning, middle and end. A year in Babylonia was separated into a cycle of 12 periods of 30 degrees or days. These periods, equated to the ‘moon’, were called ‘moonths’ or more appropriately ‘months’. Of course, the sky-wise priests were aware of the actual appearance of 13 lunar cycles in a year, so an additional shortened month was acknowledged to make the cycle fit. In most cases, a ‘new moon’ meant a ‘new month’ and so the days counted in a month are the days counted in the progression of a moon – though naturally the disparities between lunar and solar time had to be accounted for, and with time the ‘Chaldeans’ had perfected it.

cuneisdgsdg The annual cycle was marked distinctly by two primary religious festivals – the spring festival of Akitu and the winter festival of Zagmuk. Both appear to be represented or distinguished by the symbol of ‘divine marriage’, later meaning the relationship between the ruling king and his lands.

Originally, however, the more popular fertility interpretation of these festivals, particularly in the spring, were based on land renewal and with the development and spread of these tradition, Akitu became known as Ostara – the pagan Easter – in dedication to Ishtar (Inanna). Not too surprisingly, the pre-Christian account incorporated into the symbolism of the later Judeo-based traditions also includes the proverbial theme of resurrection – in our case: the infamous story of Ishtar’s ‘descent‘ into the ‘Underworld’, where she is perceived of as ‘dead’ for three days.

vlcsnap-2011-08-13-21h32m43s221 Given the way modern calendars are oriented, the start of each ancient month would be considered near the ‘middle’ of current months – much like the seasonal observations. Although the festivals in ancient times were oriented to the naturally occurring solstices and equinoxes, it was often customary to observe them ceremonially during the closest full moon. All of this gave way to a generally ‘fluid’ incorporation of time into society that is varied in its interpretations among modern scholars.

The ancients made use of ‘water-clocks’ at night and ‘sun-clocks’ during the day. But more important to the survival of an agricultural society then gauging the minutes of a day for a ‘time-punch’ was the tracking of the annual cycle for planting and harvesting. Quite different than what the remainder of the Western World has familiarity with, the seasonal cycles in the deserts of Babylonia are unique. We have a recognizable summer in June, July and August where there is not rain and nothing grows – as we might expect – but then the region is plunged right into its rainy season in September, and farmers must be ready to plant their barley by October with a harvest necessary before the summer sun returns.

Gates3rdEdfrontcropMINI A different system of observation was used to calculate and measure ‘divine time’ in relation to ‘earth time’. This gave rise to what contemporaries call an ‘age’ – such as the current ‘age’ of Pisces and the forthcoming ‘age’ of Aquarius. Apart from the garbled nonsense of today’s horoscopes, the observation of zodiacal ages and alignments during the year are very real events. For whatever credibility the modern mind might wish to give the ancient astrologie omen tablets, the ability to perfectly chart time over long periods by using verifiable astronomical events, that we can even rely on today as investigators into this ancient culture, is quite impressive by any standards.

We can establish the chronological procession of the ages, but not necessarily a definition of when they have absolute turning points. They are measured in 2,160 year periods (72 x 30), connected to their ‘domain’ of visibility in the ‘Celestial Sphere’. The progression is visible in the stars but the clear boundary line that defines each is in many ways obscure. For example, when specifically does the current age enter ‘Aquarius’? Counting backward, the Mardukite school of thought might have suggestive input to apply.

259202494_2439cd36a1_o2 Following earlier thwarted attempts to solidify global rulership, the real Babylonian Reformation by the Anunnaki god MARDUK, with the aid of Nabu, occurred as a result of the ‘Age of Aries’ having arrived and ‘promised power’ not being ‘passed’ to him. This would have to be circa 2150 B.C., when the movement became notably public.

How long prior to this, pointing to the turn of the ‘Age of Aries’, would they have waited? If it were only ten years, then the Piscean Age really would have been marked by the birth of Jesus Christ – exactly 2,160 years later – notoriously represented by the fishes. Other ‘scholarly’ dates for the start of the Age of Aries include 2200, 2150, 2000 and 1875 B.C. Based on these figures, this ‘era’ of reportedly ‘new consciousness’ could be in effect now, later in this century, in the year 2150 or even closer to 2600…

Time, as we have found no different today then yesterday, is indeed entirely relative!

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Mardukite Necronomicon Babylonian Anunnaki Bible – Inside the Fifth Anniversary Edition

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The Necronomicon of Mesopotamia… Sumerians… Star-Gates of Babylon… The Anunnaki… Ancient Alien Gods… The Mardukite Babylonian Religion…

NEW 5th ANNIVERSARY PAPERBACK EDITION

NEW 5th ANNIVERSARY PAPERBACK EDITION

The world has waited long enough! Here it is! An authentic NECRONOMICON for the masses! Released in commemoration of the 5th Anniversary of the Necronomicon Anunnaki Bible, the Mardukite Truth Seeker Press proudly presents the new abridged compact portable travel edition of Joshua Free’s NECRONOMICON BABYLONIAN BIBLE excerpting the primary source book of the Mardukite Chamberlains Research Organization uncovered during their first active year of development in 2009!

cuneisdgsdg Following the Mardukite StarGate Ceremony on Beltane 2009 — also coinciding with the initiation of the first official ‘Mardukite Chamberlains’ — the first of a series of installments arrived for the Year-1 Cycle of materials… called simply: NECRONOMICON… the book that later became the basis for an entire revival of interest into Sumerian Anunnaki and Babylonian Tablets, led by world-renown esoteric expert JOSHUA FREE. Containing a wealth of information not found in the original ‘Liber-N’ hardcover, this new 5th Anniversary Edition of the NECRONOMICON is a new prestigious portable abridged travel edition of the ‘Babylonian Anunnaki Bible‘ excerpting critical portions of the 5th Edition NECRONOMICON ANUNNAKI BIBLE — also found in the mega-anthology: NECRONOMICON – ANUNNAKI LEGACY (SILVER EDITION).

SO… WHAT TABLET SERIES ARE EXCERPTED OR ABRIDGED IN THIS NEW PAPERBACK EDITION ???

Here’s the inside scoop!

COMPLETE INTRODUCTION
Preface to the Third Edition (December 2009)
Preface to the Second Edition (June 2009)
Preface to the First Edition ( May 2009 )
An Introduction to Necronomical Studies
Toward a New Vision: Egypto-Babylonian Structure
First Steps Toward Gatekeeping
The Magick of the Necronomicon Anunnaki Bible

TABLET EXTRACTIONS, EXCERPTS & SELECTIONS
Tablet A – Book of the Anunnaki & Igigi (Liber N)
Tablet B – Book of Babili StarGates (Liber N)
Tablet C – Book of Crossings (Liber N)
Tablet D – Book of Dzyan (Liber L)
Tablet E – Book of Eclipses & Astrologie (Liber L)
Tablet F – Book of the Fifty Names of Marduk (Liber N)
Tablet G – Book of Generations (Liber N)
Tablet H – Book of Headaches & Demonologie (Liber 9)
Tablet J – Book of Al-Jilwah (Liber 9)
Tablet K – Book of Kings & Dragonblood (Liber N)
Tablet L – Book of the Law of Marduk (Liber L)
Tablet M.0 – Book of Exorcisms & Banishings (Liber N)
Tablet N – Book of Nemesis [Enuma Elis] (Liber N)
Tablet O – Book of Chaldean Oracles (Liber G)
Tablet P – Book of [Anunaki] Prayers (Liber L)
Tablet Q – Book of Qlippoth (Liber 9)
Tablet R – Book of the Return & Last Days (Liber N)
Tablet T – Book of Nabu-Tutu (Liber L)
Tablet U – Book of the Underworld (Liber C)
Tablet V – Book of Variations (Liber C)
Tablet W – Book of Marduk by Nabu (Liber W)
Tablet X – Book of Crossings II (Liber G)
Tablet Y – Book of Ceremonies of Marduk (Liber G)

NEW 5th ANNIVERSARY PAPERBACK EDITION

NEW 5th ANNIVERSARY PAPERBACK EDITION

This compact abridged 5th Anniversary edition of the NECRONOMICON edited by Joshua Free, is not Lovecraftian or Simonian (while it could serve to offer validity to materials from both sources for those who seek it), neither is it “dangerous” or a “hoax” (though those who fear the revelation of these truths for the world will think it the former and label it the later). This portable edition of the full NECRONOMICON ANUNNAKI BIBLE is the single most ancient and pure unaltered lore concerning the hottest topics of our time and all times, including divinity, creation, human origins, aliens, religion, pantheistic magickal traditions, alternate dimensions, portals and the afterlife.

“In this new millennium of uncertainties, it is most likely that the uncovering of the past will reveal our future…” — Joshua Free

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