Hello /x/philes, I've been on a long hunt for actual spells, works, symbols and so on regarding Lovecrafts infamous Cthulu Mythos - I saw an anon awhile ago post a Reddit picture about Lovecraftian Spells and their results but not the Craft in particular. You're my last hope in my hunt for this knowledge, /x/. Also general Lovecraft thread
"Lovecraftian" spells aren't a thing, it's all just cool stories written by a mundane human back in the day. Folks that tell you otherwise are trying to fool you into messing with stuff that you probably shouldn't.
There exist several physical copies of Lovecrafts fabled Necronomicon; one, which is oft referred to as "Simon Necronomicon", is heralded with a few Lovecraftian Spells and other works of Craft, drawing significant influence from Lovecrafts own mythos, a prelude authenticating the book as one translated from an ancient Greek text, and strong connection to ancient religions from Sumerian, Babylonian and related ancient pagans. It contains numerous works beyond that of just Lovecraft, and has been compared to The Keys of Solomon, albeit briefer with more emphasis on the absolute need for the users perfect mental state. Interestingly, said book was used as evidence in the murder trial of the youngest person on Death Row at the time of conviction, the Book cited as evidence of Rod Ferrell being influenced by his use of the book in cult rituals compelled him further into the murders. If anybody has an online copy I would greatly appreciate a link.
I possess one copy of a Necronomicon, complete with a narrative and illustrations of Seals if anyone is interested.
I am interested, where did you buy this?
also, does anyone know if the spells genuinely work? i have always been interested in the occult but i dont want to invest time into something that is false. thank you.
At a general bookstore, in the "New Age" section. It's not technically a grimoire, just an attempt to create a genuine Necronomicon from Lovecrafts described lore.
For general occultism and the practice of the Craft in general, this is the wrong thread, though your own faith, beliefs and will all must be invested or at least weighed in any Spell or Craft you seek to undertake, otherwise you will fail. The Craft isn't like cooking, you require more than a book and ingredients. You must also have personal faith.