Maqlu Magic& The Dark Arts of Babylon

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Author  Joshua Free
Publisher  CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
Publication Date   October 31, 2011
ISBN  1467904678
Pages  180

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THE MAQLU... ...the most ancient and coveted manual of the DARK ARTS ever known to man -- finally translated for accessible modern practice by the Mardukite Chamberlains for the first time ever in print to the public -- the product of a three year intensive venture! THE MAQLU... ...an authentic "Necronomicon Spellbook" of Mesopotamian Magick drawn from the sands of Babylonia -- as known to the Sumerians then reinvented in Babylon -- forming a complete Anunnaki ('alien sky god') "grimoire" -- a complete handbook dedicated to ENKI, MARDUK and SAMAS and used by magicians and priests for thousands of years to combat in wizards' duels, reverse the effects of evil spells and curses, banish disease and nightmares, and conjure the protection and blessings of the gods! THE MAQLU... ...no mere 'folk magic' or rural witches' "Book of Shadows", the MAQLU (M-Series) of cuneiform tablets was first in possession of the 'highest order' of priest-scribes and temple-magicians in ancient Mesopotamia -- the cradle-origins of human civilization. So powerful was the MAQLU that the government of the greatest empires in history employed its use to ensure prosperous lands, happiness among the people and to dispel the chaotic, negative and malignant forces in the community -- things we long for even now... and perhaps as in the long forgotten millennium past, the MAQLU provides an answer just as relevant today! MAQLU MAGIC is the previously unpublished conclusion to the "Tablet-M Series" of the Mardukite Chamberlains, found within the "Necronomicon Anunnaki Bible", now available to the public in conjunction with the Mardukite Truth Seeker Press edition as "Liber M - The New MAQLU Translation" and simultaneously released by the Mardukites as "Necronomicon Spellbook II: The Magick of the Maqlu" edited by Joshua Free.

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