The Necromantic Ritual Book

The Necromantic Ritual Book Successful working of any of these devotions will enable you to share consciousness with the Angel of Death as well as becoming one with your own death

  • Title: The Necromantic Ritual Book
  • Author: Leilah Wendell
  • ISBN: 9780944087039
  • Page: 364
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Successful working of any of these devotions will enable you to share consciousness with the Angel of Death as well as becoming one with your own death.

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    1. Art of feeling empathy & affection towards many forms of death, through melancholic, cryingeyes of angel of death who wishes just to understand us. By now I'm quite concerned that we are connected to necromancy by studying historythrough young ages. Seeing all This death through documentary channels deepened our senses.This art is of similarity to ying/young and third eye fusion. Nor good, nor bed but light inthe darkness.However It is that ritual of raising the dead or resurrection is from [...]

    2. This is some powerful stuff. Not to be taken seriously, although I believe some strange high school teenager took this book under his wing and try to call out the dead.Read like a manual of Necromancing the dead. To become with Him, for Him or sexual intercourse if that's your thing.Wendall has some magic in this book that packs dead things deep into your mind.

    3. Very interestingdid anyone else notice that she contradicts herself several times? I really didn't know what I was in for when I bought this one. Suffice to say the practices in this book won't be applied by me. Nope, no crawling into caskets with desiccated corpses for this girl!

    4. This book was well written and interesting dispite its questionable content. As a part of my attempt to understand other relegions and belief systems I think it was a good addition to the list. Its a little freaky but a quick read.

    5. The concept is interesting but she just doesn't make it work in my opinion. Her ideas are a little out there and lacking substance.

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