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Le Nécronomicon du Nouveau Millénaire: Le Grimoire Égypto-Babylonien — Mardukite Liber N French Edition!

Coinciding with a 10th Anniversary reintroduction of the groundbreaking foundation work of the modern Mardukite movement to both a new generation of Truth Seekers and to those who are just now discovering our specific style of esoteric, mystical, spiritual and archaeological research and revival—the Mardukite Truth Seeker Press is pleased to announce the first ever authorized French edition of our original “Liber N” volume, translated by David Zibert, along with our Mardukite Anunnaki pocket devotional companion “Liber W”—two of the seven discourses composing the infamous underground anthology source book, “Necronomicon: The Anunnaki Bible” edited by Joshua Free.

(French Edition)

LE NÉCRONOMICON
DU NOUVEAU MILLÉNAIRE

Le Grimoire Égypto-Babylonien

(French Edition)
Édité par Joshua Free
Traduit de l’anglais par David Zibert

Titre original: The Necronomicon
(Liber N)

Le Cycle du Nécronomicon mardukite de Joshua Free est une lecture essentielle pour tous les Mardukites, mais même au-delà de ce paradigme sémantique, il s’agit d’une lecture recommandée à quiconque se considère comme étant un Chercheur de Vérité. Il est à la fois intrigant et rafraîchissant de voir ce savoir oublié, qui fut si ardemment recherché, à partir d’une perspective autant anthropologique qu’historique, sans mentionner les aspects mystiques et spirituellementnourrissants. Le résultat d’un voyage de quinze ans dans les sources undergrounds des mystères métaphysiques du Nouvel-Âge, Joshua Free est tombé sur ce qui semble être un courant pur vers les sources de la tradition babylonienne.Cet ouvrage fut conçu à l’origine afin de valider une reconstruction d’un mouvement “Mardukite”, qui était en fait la base des clergés mystiques de l’ancienne Babylone et d’Égypte et qui est ensuite devenue la source d’un éventail diverse de traditions pratiques.

Plus que cela, toutefois, le Nécronomicon est dévoilé au public dans cette présente condition pieuse afin de donner une nouvelle fraîcheur concernant le livre dans la conscience humaine et qui n’est pas simplement voilée dans un moule d’horreur fantastique gothique. Les éléments de cette nature ne se trouvent pas dans le présent texte, quifut préparé pour les prêtres et les prêtresses de cette tradition et non pas comme un grimoire de la voie de la main gauche servant à effrayer les amateurs qui, de toute façon, ne seront sans aucun doute aucunement capables de comprendre assez ces mystères pour être en mesure d’en abuser.Un « Nécronomicon du nouveau millénaire » apportant un savoir pur et ancien concernant les sujets les plus chauds de notre époque et de toutes les époques, comme le divin, la création, les extra-terrestres, les humains, la religion, les traditions magiques panthéistes, les dimensions alternatives, les portails et la vie après la mort. Qu’est cequ’un chercheur peut désirer de plus?

(French Edition)

LE LIVRE DE MARDUK
PAR NABU

Le Livret Dévotionnel des Mardukites

(French Edition)
Édité par Joshua Free
Traduit de l’anglais par David Zibert

Titre original: Book of Marduk by Nabu
(Liber W)

Le Livre de Marduk par Nabu est le reflet d’un mouvement moderne bien réel connecté au système Anunnaki qui fut réalisé fameusement en ancienne Babylone, parmi les dévots d’une déité en particulier, MARDUK—qui devint non seulementle patron de la ville, mais également le Roi des Dieux autoproclamé avec l’assistance du clergé de Nabu. À l’intérieur de ces pages, un nouveau venu pourra glaner la beauté du système, mais un chercheur plus adepte des mystères découvrira sans aucun doute beaucoup plus avec bien peu de suggestions additionnelles. La résurrection de ce livre perdu sera certainement aussi bien reçue qu’elle l’a été il y a un an, ou même plus encore, le travail des Ministères mardukites continuant d’atteindre de nouveaux sommets.

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Real Ancient Magic Rites & Rituals – Incantation of Eridu, The Deep of Enki | Sumerian Babylonian Mesopotamian

Through Marduk, the power of Eridu – incantation-prayer – was taught to the scribes of Nabu and the Mardukite Priests, who were taught to attract and compel the ‘gods’ in the name of Marduk, always incanting the word-formula of the highest order: Nabu invoked by way of the name of Marduk; Marduk invoked by way of the name of Enki, Our Father, who in turn would invoke by the name of Anu – and so was born the concept of magical hierarchies, an ideal that was convoluted and obscured when employed later (during the Middle Ages and such), particularly distorted by the Judeo-Christian paradigm as evident in many popular grimoires
–The Book of Marduk by Nabu

Many version of Erudite magic may be found through the Mesopotamian ‘spiritual’ (or ‘magical’) cuneiform texts. The incantation tablets from the ‘Mardukite’ Babylonian Anunnaki tradition, specifically those used and forged by scribe-priests of the Order of Nabu, are invoked from the ‘perspective’ (authority) of NABU – as was the tradition learned verbatim from MARDUK. In both scholarly and esoteric ‘Mardukite’ texts, the ‘Opening Ritual’ of Mardukite magic is derived from the source titled: “The Incantation of Eridu.”

JOSHUA FREE explains this magic in the Liber-50 material released as SUMERIAN RELIGION by Joshua Free, also available in the Year-2 Mardukite Core Anthology GATES OF THE NECRONOMICON edited by Joshua Free.

Perhaps the most fundamental ‘formula’ of the magical system in Babylonia, if there is one, goes back to the heart of the system born of the scribe-priests and the figures who brought this system about – NABU and the appropriation of his father, MARDUK as the chief director. This is the spiritual acknowledgment alluded to by the Incantation of Eridu, also known as the ‘Incantation of the Priest of Eridu’ (Eridu being the shrine-home of ENKI), or the ‘Incantation of the Deep’, which simply refers to another name for the far-away abode of ENKI near the Persian Gulf.

Ceremonial activation of the ‘birthright’ of Anunnaki power sealed in Eridu (and then in Babylon) allows a practitioner to assume the representative form of the “ Priest of Eridu,” a title first bestowed upon MARDUK by ENKI, then passed onto NABU during the solidification and heights of the Babylonian era. The esoteric key in effect here is that the priest conducts the incantations (ceremony) as the embodiment of an intermediary ‘messenger’ deity – the original semantic of the word “invocation” – thereby directing the cosmic (world) order, in essence, first hand.

The magician approaches his deity as himself – a servant priest – and petitions to assume the godform, whereby he continues the ceremony as a divine representation of the god ‘invoked’. An almost identical principle appears within Semitic mysticism and the Judeo-Kabbalah – an excellent example being found in contemporary Catholicism, when the priest ‘assumes the Christ-form’ to effectively perform a perceived alchemical transmutation on the sacramental bread and wine, conducted as a representative of Jesus on earth, in imitation (dramatic reenactment) of the Last Supper.

In the ‘Mardukite’ system observed in Babylon, the god being invoked is MARDUK. This is affirmed with the priest’s first utterance of: “It is not I, but Marduk, who speaks the incantation.” And from then on the system is sealed and readied for use by the Mardukite devotee. Consider the lines in this conjuration, adapted from the Mardukite Tablet-Y in NECRONOMICON ANUNNAKI BIBLE edited by Joshua Free:

It is not I, but Marduk, Slayer of Serpents,
Who summons thee.
It is not I, but Enki, Father of the Magicians,
Who calls thee here now.

An examination of the remaining lines of the ‘Incatation of Eridu’ appears here, though the “Mardukite” version is given fully in the Tablet-Y Series. As described, the ritual operates as if from the perspective of NABU (speaking for MARDUK). Though variations exist across the opening lines of several Assyrian “exorcisms,” one key tablet example – translated by R.C. Thompson as his “Tablet N” for Devils and Evil Spirits of Babylonia (1903) – relates:

The Priest of E.A. [Enki] am I.
The priest of Damkina [Ninki] am I.
The messenger [Nabu] of Marduk am I.
My spell is the spell of E.A [Enki].
My incantation is the incantation of Marduk.
The ‘magic circle’ of EA [Enki] is in my hand.
The tamarask (of Anu), in my hand, I hold.

From the modernized Mardukite version, the opening lines read (from Tablet-Y in Necronomicon Anunnaki Bible):

I am the Priest of Marduk,
Son of Our Father, Enki.
I am the Priest of Eridu,
And the Magician of Babylon

The Assyrian version continues humbly as follows:

EA [Enki], King of the Deep
See me favorably.
I, the magician, am thy slave.
March thou on my right hand,
Assist me on my left;
Add thy pure spell to mine.
Add thy pure voice to mine.
O god that blesses me, Marduk,
Let me be blessed, wherever my path rests.
Thy power, shall god and man proclaim.
And I too, the magician, thy slave

E.A. Budge transliterates an older version for Babylonian Life & History (1883) and we see a slightly different method for petitioning the “younger pantheon” to the side of the priest:

I am the Priest of EA [Enki].
I am the Magician of Eridu.
Shammash [Samas] is before me.
Sin [Nanna] is behind me.
Nergal is at my right hand.
Ninurta is at my left hand

Later added to this, the modern Mardukite version appends:

Anu, above me, King of Heaven.
Enki, below me, King of the Deep.
The power [blood] of Marduk is within me.
It is not I, but Marduk, who performs the incantation.

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