The Nyarlathotep Book; [ The Crawling Chaos ]. Daemon Barzai.

The Nyarlathotep Book; [ The Crawling Chaos ]

NP: Black Tower Publishing, 2013. First Edition. Hardcover. Octavo. 120pp + iv adverts. Original white cloth boards with thick grey endpapers and ribbon marker, b&w illustrations. White dust jacket illustrated in black on upper panel and lettered in black on spine. This edition limited to 333 hand-numbered copies and now out of print. The author, Daemon Barzai is a Draconian Magician and founder of both Black Tower Publishing and The Temple of Layil. Of this volume the author says: "Nyarlathotep is the messenger of the Great Old Ones, an emissary between human and the Outer Gods. He is a divinity with a thousand faces, and in this book, you find theoretical and practical explanations about how to work with him. This Grimoire has been inspired by Nyarlathotep himself. The book covers themes such as who Nyarlathotep is, invocations and evocation, the Mirror of Nitocris, the Labyrinth of Kish, the Black Tower of Koth, Rituals of Possession, the Masks of Nyarlathotep, the Black Man of the Sabbat and many more." Contents include: Introduction - Nyarlathotep - Methods of Work - The Opening Ritual - The Ritual of Calling - The Masks of Nyarlathotep - Etonetatae - Odanen- Banibo - Obinab - Bosoro - Oxeren - Badero - Osenin - Boxebo - Norano - Nerexo - Renraber - Orosob - Nineso - Ebonor - Oredab - Nenado - Rubanir - Obexob - Etananesoe - The Flutes of Madness: A Ritual of Possession - The Evocation of the God with a Thousand of Faces - The Black Tower of Koth - Nyarlathotep: The Black Man of the Witches' Sabbat - Summoning the Dark Initiator - The Trip to the Witches' Sabbat - Nitocris - The Mirror of Nitocris - The Labyrinths of Kish - The Invocation of Nitocris: The Queen of Ghouls - The Temple of Nitocris: A Dreaming Ritual - Nephen-Ka - The Unholy Union - A Pact with Nyarlathotep: A Self-Initiatory Rite into the Necronomicon Current. A few tiny marks on white cloth (binders fault), dust jacket lightly creased at edges (mainly because it was cut slightly too large) otherwise "as New" - Fine in near Fine dust jacket. Item #62006

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